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Author Topic: Wolverine 6925U  (Read 1709 times)

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Wolverine 6925U
« on: October 30, 2011, 0105 UTC »
On just after TCS signed off. Wolverine Radio 0100UTC. As always-excellent audio, good signal level here in GA

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Re: Wolverine 6925U
« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2011, 0117 UTC »
Wolverine Radio 6925u 10/30/11 01:16 sio333, pretty noisy, id at 01:16, Halloween music

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Re: Wolverine 6925U
« Reply #2 on: October 30, 2011, 0119 UTC »
Wolverine Radio, 6925U, 0105+, 10.30.11.  Halloween songs, including one at 0117 about Dracula.  Ended with "Night on Bald Mountain" (Halloween part of "Fantasia"), ID, SSTV, off 0150.

Fair noise with fading.  Improved to good after 0130.

Thanks for the show.

Signed back on at 0200 with ID and big band (thought for a second it was "Do nothing till you hear from me."), third song is Artie Shaw!
« Last Edit: October 30, 2011, 0207 UTC by Markokpik »
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Re: Wolverine 6925U
« Reply #3 on: October 30, 2011, 0148 UTC »
10/30/11, 6925 USB, since around 0105z, shortly after TCS relay, Wolverine Radio started out barely audible with doo-wop song, then got much stronger with Halloween themed humorous songs.  Some strong peaks to S9 via the Palstar and indoor fugloop, but deeper fades to barely audible than preceding TCS show.  Assuming different signals, since both had very different signal characteristics.  Great audio, as usual for Wolverine.

Nuts, my PC crashed when I fired up MMSSTV at 0200z, lost my mp3 and no copy of SSTV.  But SSTV signal was S9 here even with attenuator, so would have been clear copy.
« Last Edit: October 30, 2011, 0200 UTC by Lex »
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Re: Wolverine 6925U
« Reply #4 on: October 30, 2011, 0230 UTC »
Wolverine back with another show, lots of big band and crooner type classics, but my song-fu is weak on these.  Clear Wolverine Radio ID at 0229z.

Overall signal a bit weaker than earlier, conditions suddenly deteriorated here for both Wolverine on 6925 and NRS on 6930.  Some good clear peaks but deeper fades to inaudible.

0302z: Should have been good copy of SSTV, but it looks like my sound card calibration is way off so image looks like tiles or a mosaic.
« Last Edit: October 30, 2011, 0624 UTC by Lex »
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Re: Wolverine 6925U
« Reply #5 on: October 30, 2011, 0245 UTC »
Nice clear, armchair copy signal into northern Canada. Great to hear some true oldies music!
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