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Author Topic: 6900 kHz USB Spanish Speaking Freebanders 1308 UTC 27 Oct 2018  (Read 547 times)

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Weak USB voice traffic in Spanish (sounds like Mexican Spanish going by the accents) on 6900 USB this morning.  Usually they're on 6900 LSB before they pop up on USB.  6.900 MHz USB Spanish language freebanders out of band operators. 

Pretty weak signals this morning.  Nothing heard at 1309 UTC so maybe I just caught the tail end of it on the Westminster, MD KiwiSDR.
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