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Offline PirateSWL

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Nuttin' On Shortwave 6924.8 AM 0054 UTC 6 July 2018
« on: July 06, 2018, 0054 UTC »
Nuttin' On Shortwave 6924.8 AM S3-S5 in NY

0054: Eddie Harris "Listen Here"
0056: Nuttin On Shortwave I.D. then The Crusher talking about clean up duty in the studio. Was the best wrestler in his day
0057: The Beatles "Drive My Car"
0059: Another I.D. by The Crusher into The Beatles "Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)"
0105: The Crusher mumbling about something into The Beatles "Nowhere Man"
0108: Off the air

« Last Edit: July 06, 2018, 0108 UTC by PirateSWL »
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Re: Nuttin' On Shortwave 6924.8 AM 0054 UTC 6 July 2018
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2018, 0104 UTC »
Tuned in at 0100utc, much static, detect carrier in ssb mode, wildly unsteady carrier frequency in step with modulation percentage, tried FM mode to no avail, in AM mode I barely hear any audio under heavy noise.
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