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Author Topic: Peruvian Fisherman 8281.2 kHz USB 12 Feb 2018  (Read 320 times)

Offline Traveling Wave

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Peruvian Fisherman 8281.2 kHz USB 12 Feb 2018
« on: February 12, 2018, 0131 UTC »
0125 UTC - Hearing lots of Spanish conversation and whistling on 8281.2 kHz. Signal is S5 in WNY. Peruvian fisherman doing their thing,
0139 UTC - Sounds like a good time being had by all.
0152 UTC - What's with the whistling ?
« Last Edit: February 12, 2018, 0153 UTC by Traveling Wave »
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Re: Peruvian Fisherman 8281.2 kHz USB 12 Feb 2018
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2018, 1130 UTC »
Like the stations heard in the 6200 kHz to 6525 kHz range, at least these stations are operating within one of the HF marine bands (specifically the 8 MHz portion 8195 kHz to 8815 kHz).  Of course they're ignoring channelization but that's being nit-picky. 

I bet these guys show up in the amateur bands from time to time as well.  They've been logged in the broadcast bands, they've been logged in the fixed/mobile sections, they been logged in the HF aircraft bands...and they've been logged where they belong in the maritime bands. 
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