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Author Topic: 6501 USB Meteo  (Read 333 times)

Offline Josh

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6501 USB Meteo
« on: December 13, 2018, 2326 UTC »
6501 USB Meteo 2324Z 13DEC18

Very strong here, typically distorted robo weatherman.

How badly is it distorted? You can see it clearly with the low def fish finder on the 756 Pro 2. In other words, pretty bad.
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Offline Looking-Glass

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Re: 6501 USB Meteo
« Reply #1 on: December 14, 2018, 1422 UTC »
So who was it Josh?  NMO Chesapeake VA, NMO Honolulu HI or NOJ Kodiak AK? They are the ones I hear on a regular basis in the evening. 8)
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Re: 6501 USB Meteo
« Reply #2 on: December 14, 2018, 1721 UTC »
NMO out of Chesapeake, VA is a real flamethrower and seems to be a little overmodulated every time I listen to it on 6501 kHz USB.  On SDR waterfall displays you can often see splatter down to 6501 LSB and on modulation peaks it seems to break past the 3 kHz channelization and get into 6504 kHz. 
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Re: 6501 USB Meteo
« Reply #3 on: December 15, 2018, 0056 UTC »
Next time I'll listen long enough to find out who is the guilty party, didn't want to listen any longer as it droned on.
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