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Author Topic: Someone on 6930AM.  (Read 846 times)

Offline Jolly Roger

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Someone on 6930AM.
« on: December 20, 2011, 0552 UTC »
Hearing a definite station, but not strong enough for solid copy. I would GUESS NRS but they are generally stronger and earlier here so I dunno.
***Update*** I now have OM on 6930USB but it could be fishermen. Can't tell, I just hear male voice talking. Sounds more like a monolog then a QSO, though.
« Last Edit: December 20, 2011, 0626 UTC by Jolly Roger »
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Re: Someone on 6930AM.
« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2011, 1111 UTC »
Heard alot of this last night. Put up a new antenna (T2FD) and was playing around with it hoping for some activity when I heard them. Not a big SSB fan, especially when their speaking Spanish or Portugese! Pretty much from 6900 to 6970 for most of the night. 
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