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Author Topic: 7865.5 kHz USB and 7900 kHz USB Spanish Voices 2210 UTC 19 Feb 2019  (Read 249 times)

Offline R4002

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More of the same in the 6-9 MHz region this late afternoon/early evening.  Lots of Spanish and Portuguese voices on various frequencies in the fixed/mobile bands.  Presumed land-based comms although they could be maritime HF SSB operating out of band.  Considering how busy the 6 MHz and 8 MHz marine bands are right now it would make sense.

7865.5 kHz USB (the OM seems closer to 7865.6 kHz USB), OM and YL having a QSO
7900 kHz USB - weak QSO in Spanish, very difficult to make much out at the moment
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers