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Author Topic: UNID (Radio International ?) 19405 khZ 2200 UTC 3/23/19  (Read 395 times)

Offline Arrines

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UNID (Radio International ?) 19405 khZ 2200 UTC 3/23/19
« on: March 23, 2019, 2205 UTC »
Seems like there's a lot of unlogged stations up in the higher frequencies.

"Radio International ?'s Music Show" playing rolling on the River. Got a radio identification right after I cut the recording.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XUPamx7TVYF9Db3meNEE-y1esgIqGK2D

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Re: UNID (Radio International ?) 19405 khZ 2200 UTC 3/23/19
« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2019, 1146 UTC »
Nothing noted on 19405, and it is way outside of SWBC bands. Perhaps a spur or image?
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Re: UNID (Radio International ?) 19405 khZ 2200 UTC 3/23/19
« Reply #2 on: March 30, 2019, 0050 UTC »
Sorry I'm new to all this stuff. Maybe I jumped the gun on posting these two posts. I don't know what you're asking for, and it's too late for me to dig up anymore audio. It was a gamble anyways, with how poor reception I get. Sorry for bothering y'all.

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Re: UNID (Radio International ?) 19405 khZ 2200 UTC 3/23/19
« Reply #3 on: April 02, 2019, 0133 UTC »
No apologies are necessary - I think you'll find everyone on this site is very willing to help out whenever possible.
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