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Offline textim

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Radio True North 6924.6 AM
« on: September 05, 2011, 0304 UTC »
RTN with a S5 or 6 signal through S9 static crashes.  Heard "Ramble On" at 0250z, "Highway to Hell" at 0253.  Radio True North ID at 0259.  It'll be nice when the summer static subsides and I can hear you a bit better.

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Re: Radio True North 6924.6 AM
« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2011, 0336 UTC »
So that's what it is. I'm at home in the urban RF jungle, so there's not much in the way of weaker signals to hear, but I am detecting a carrier and some occasional traces of audio on that frequency at this moment.
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Re: Radio True North 6924.6 AM
« Reply #2 on: September 05, 2011, 1740 UTC »
6924_6 AM SIO 232

Weak signal, but better noise conditions just allowing audio to get through; was listening in USB for better copy.  First time being able to catch this station :)

04:00z unknown song
04:04z Radio True North ID & qsl info
04:05z Off

Audio(04:00z-04:05z): https://www.yousendit.com/download/M0RybUplZ2pENlEwTVE9PQ

Good to hear ya & thanks RTN! :)
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