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Author Topic: UNID 6920 USB 2316 UTC 23 March 2018  (Read 2732 times)

Offline bubblova

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Re: UNID 6920 USB 2316 UTC 23 March 2018
« Reply #15 on: March 24, 2018, 0007 UTC »
Very nice S9 444 signal into Fair Hill MD online sdr
Bon Jovi:
2324 Have a Nice Day
2325 I Want to Be Loved
2329 Welcome to Wherever You Are
2333 Who Says You Can't Go Home
2337 UNID BJ song
2342 Bells of Freedom
2346 Wildflower
2351 Radio is a natural turnon song x many
0000 Those Were the Days, vintage version.  One of my old time faves, and it sounds just right amidst the minimal static
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Re: UNID 6920 USB 2316 UTC 23 March 2018
« Reply #16 on: March 24, 2018, 0037 UTC »
News cast from NBC News at 00:35 UTC. Good S9+10 signal into NE Ohio tonight. Thanks for the show!
- WNBC rebroadcast
« Last Edit: March 24, 2018, 0039 UTC by hammarhead »
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Re: UNID 6920 USB 2316 UTC 23 March 2018
« Reply #17 on: March 24, 2018, 0046 UTC »
S9 with good audio

WNBC rebroadcast
Rolling Stones - Paint it, Black
WNBC Time Machine ID
Wayne Fontana And The Mind benders - The Game Of Love

Thanks for the show.
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Re: UNID 6920 USB 2316 UTC 23 March 2018
« Reply #18 on: March 24, 2018, 0049 UTC »
 Good signal S9 here in Western South Carolina few minutes ago hearing Buddy Holly and the Crickets!
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Re: UNID 6920 USB 2316 UTC 23 March 2018
« Reply #19 on: March 24, 2018, 0155 UTC »
UnId (WNBC), 6920 USB, 2351, 3.23.18.  Radio jingle of a song bite looped until 0000, several songs by Bon Jovi, "Those were the days,",  ID, ads, other songs, weather forecast and ads, "The lion sleeps tonight," some talk by the DJ, "Pretty woman," ID, 0028 accurate time check with mention of shortwave into more music and ID's for WNBC with a particularly clear ID about 0035.

Fair reception until about 2358 when it came up and stayed good; 9+10 for most of it. 

I was at a cold, early season outdoors mini DXpedition at a local park with 2 radio friends.  One of their radios took a spill and was damaged while the broadcast was going on, so in the chaos I didn't get all the details. 

This on a Tecsun 800 and Kaito K31 antenna at Lake Farm County Park just outside Madison, Wi.
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Offline Chanter

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Re: UNID 6920 USB 2316 UTC 23 March 2018
« Reply #20 on: March 24, 2018, 1416 UTC »
I had the same details for this log as Mark, including a very clear WNBC ID and a news report that could have easily been current... until it mentioned Noriega.  Cold mini-DXpedition is right, brrrrr!  And it was my radio that took a spill, to my thorough dismay.  Argh! :(  I don't recommend balancing your PL-660 on its edge, even if you *do* need to warm up frozen fingers.  The random little metal foot that appears to be enough to keep the thing steady... is not.  It will end in disaster to the tune of a nonfunctional volume knob, or worse. 
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