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Author Topic: Pescadores Freebanders and UNID Radio Nets 43 meters 6-7 MHz 6 Dec 2018  (Read 127 times)

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COMMSIGMA KiwiSDR receiver, logs are from 2125 to 2140 UTC on 6 December 2018

7000 kHz LSB - Portuguese language, distorted audio
6999 kHz USB - Spanish language heard, with QRM from 7000 kHz
6985 kHz USB - Spanish language
6977 kHz USB - Spanish language, weak but there w/ute data QRM
6970 kHz USB - OM and YL heard, Spanish language
6961 kHz USB - weak SSB voice heard, unsure of language (presumably Spanish or Portuguese)
6960 kHz LSB - Portuguese language (presumed, weak with QRM)
6957 kHz USB - Spanish language speakers, mixing with 6960 kHz
6957 kHz LSB - UNID language, weak
6950 kHz USB - Freebanders, two or three stations talking over each other, busy frequency
6925 kHz LSB - Portuguese language, the usual peskies on 6925 LSB
6890 kHz USB - Spanish, several series of numbers heard, not sure of freebanders or fishing fleet comms
6860 kHz LSB - Spanish language, only one side of QSO heard
6818 kHz USB - Spanish language heard, sounds like one of the stations at an end of transmission beep or "roger beep"
6815 kHz USB - Spanish language
6800 kHz USB - Spanish language, SIO 444 good signals, OM and YL talking, use of "over" proword
6790 kHz USB - Spanish language, possibly related to radiotelephone systems
6780 kHz USB - Spanish language, possibly OM and YL chatting (radiotelephone link?)
6755 kHz USB - Spanish language, good signals with some fading
6704 kHz USB - Portuguese language, informal chatter
6666.6 kHz USB - Spanish language, common 45 meter band freebander frequency
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers