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Author Topic: 6479 kHz USB English Language Marine Traffic 2155 UTC 12 Dec 2018  (Read 248 times)

Offline R4002

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6479 kHz 6.479 MHz - English language heard, OM and a YL talking, heavy Carribean accents...sounds like a husband and wife talking?  Reminds me of the radiotelephone-like QSOs heard.  Possibly speaking a pidgin language, because I just heard "get you tomorrow?" "talk tomorrow" and then something in what sounded like French at 2156 UTC.  I think this is a fishery radio net, or a fishermen talking to his wife.  "He's going to the ship" at 2157.  Confirmation that this is maritime-related.  "ya okay" sounds like Caribbean origin.   
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