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Author Topic: Angry Bahstard New England fishermen 6363.5 USB 1945 UTC 24 Apr 2019  (Read 306 times)

Offline ChrisSmolinski

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I have not noticed them on this frequency before. Usual chit chat back and forth, SIO 433.
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Another easy-to-remember frequency 6363.5 kHz USB.  Add that to 6095 kHz, 6212 kHz and the various other frequencies they've been logged on. 6363.5 kHz is within the 6 MHz marine band but its an offset frequency.

These New England fishing fleets offer some of the more interesting maritime mobile traffic monitoring targets out there.   ;D
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