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Author Topic: 6750 kHz USB Telephone Patch Latin America 2330 UTC 5 Mar 2018  (Read 626 times)

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UNID log, likely telephone patch RRTS Rural RadioTelephone Service, HF-SSB radiotelephone link system used in remote areas and for offshore locations (oil rigs, fishing fleet communications, etc.)

Frequency: 6750 kHz 6.750 MHz 6.75 MHz - at the top of the 6525-6765 kHz aeronautical band
Language: Spanish
Location: Latin America, presumed South America and/or offshore waters

OM and YL having an informal conversation about various domestic matter (at one point they were talking about clothes).  At 2342 the OM is talking about his car and if its at the house...very informal chatter.  Likely a husband and wife having a QSO.  Good signal too with very little fading.  Doesn't sound like Mexican accented Spanish - I'm thinking South America here.  OM asking about the dog at 2343 UTC, then the frequency went quiet...
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/transceivers/scanners/receivers - land mobile system operator - focus on VHF/UHF and 11m


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