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Author Topic: OTR 6770 AM 0048 UTC 23 Aug 2018  (Read 922 times)

Offline PRO2006

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OTR 6770 AM 0048 UTC 23 Aug 2018
« on: August 23, 2018, 0049 UTC »
0048- Sounds like OTR - Northern New York SDR - S4
0059- Off or faded out
0138- USB from Maryland SDR - Very weak but its an old time radio show - QRM has been next to it since I saw it.

Probably The Relay Station - signal looks about the same as the 6880 signal. Could still be AM but hearing it better in USB for the moment.
« Last Edit: August 23, 2018, 1201 UTC by ChrisSmolinski »
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Re: OTR 6770 AM 0048 UTC 22 Aug 2018
« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2018, 1151 UTC »
SDR recording catch, fading in and out, about an SIO 333 signal around 0054.
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Re: OTR 6770 AM 0048 UTC 23 Aug 2018
« Reply #2 on: August 23, 2018, 1421 UTC »
Probably The Relay Station - signal looks about the same as the 6880 signal. Could still be AM but hearing it better in USB for the moment.
not me PRO2006, i cant really change frequencies due to the design implementation of my antenna and that i do not use "tuners".
i only have about 50Khz maximum bandwidth to move in either direction of 6880Khz before the VSWR climbs past 1.5.
perhaps though one day, at the one single specific brief moment, you might see a carrier on your waterfall on your receiver at 6880Khz.
wouldnt that be amazing ?
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