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Author Topic: XEPPM Radio Educacion 6185 340 UTC 17 June 2019  (Read 137 times)

Offline Davep

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XEPPM Radio Educacion 6185 340 UTC 17 June 2019
« on: June 17, 2019, 0421 UTC »
Playing the music of Groupo Jaranero according to Shazam , "El Burro" "Ac Balam" and "la Alegria" doing well 333.
Was enjoying until just before 4z when a dj said "adios para Mexico" and then a very loud signal cut in Japanese(?) and I caught the letters NHK  . This transmission was brief and I believe * it started on 6180 , I noticed the spatter all of a sudden . Then (loud!) the same statement on 6185 where I heard the call letters. The TX disconnected promptly after the announcement - 10 seconds total maybe.  After that I had no signal from XE , I believe they signed off  at 4z.
The NHK was a huge sig, maybe from Cypress Creek?

*Not 100% sure I could be losing it 8)
« Last Edit: June 17, 2019, 0514 UTC by Davep »
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Re: XEPPM Radio Educacion 6185 340 UTC 17 June 2019
« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2019, 0242 UTC »
NHK in Spanish is supposed to sign on at 6195 from Cypress Creek at that time. Perhaps an engineer had the wrong frequency set for a moment?
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