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Unidentified station, very drifty carrier, 11447ish AM
« on: January 22, 2019, 1823 UTC »
I copied this around 1645 UTC, having found it when I was scanning on my old Satellit 750. I switched over to my RSP2pro which you'll see in the video and checked at least one online SDR (one in Fort Collins, CO, on the kiwi network) to make sure it wasn't some weird spur or harmonic. It's driftiness and relative clarity on the waterfall makes me feel that it's neither, but you never know. Well, *I* never do anyway. :D

It sounds French, but I couldn't get a better SNR than what you hear on the video. It signed off at 1652z.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEdKiy4HA_I
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