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Author Topic: 6.900 LSB Spanish Male Roundup  (Read 1729 times)


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6.900 LSB Spanish Male Roundup
« on: September 26, 2011, 0351 UTC »
I have been monitoring this frequency for quite a while. Parked here are a group of spanish speaking males located in Mexico and southewestern US. They meet here after 0200 UTC. Most discussions involve weather, radio, antennas and other family topics. They sound like a group of 11 meters but only on the lower side of the 40 meter band. No call signs or any type of ID. On major operator goes by "Miguel Angel"
QTH: Los Angeles, CA
Rig: Eton E1
Aerial: Alpha Delta DX Ultra

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Re: 6.900 LSB Spanish Male Roundup
« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2011, 1632 UTC »
LOL'd at title.  For a minute I thought mebbe the INS had merged with the FCC.   :o

I hear those fellers pretty well here in Texas too.  Have heard at least one YL chattering occasionally, but not often.
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