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Author Topic: 7790 kHz USB and 7793.5 kHz USB Spanish Voices 2205 UTC 19 Feb 2019  (Read 291 times)

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7790 kHz USB 7.790 MHz USB - OM and YL talking, some distortion, weak
7793.5 kHz USB 7.793.5 MHz USB - OM and YL talking, YL reading several series of numbers, then "wooo!" and the OM replied with "awww yeah!" - OM talking about issues with the car and cost of repairs at 2207 UTC.  Sounds like a husband and wife having a QSO?  Possibly land-based "radiotelephone" networks - there are several other frequencies nearby that are also active. 

Both 7790 USB and 7793.5 USB are just outside the splash from the WRMI blowtorch shortwave broadcast signal on 7780 kHz.

Received via the COMMSIGMA KiwiSDR on the CT/MA border
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers