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Author Topic: UNID 5150 AM 2019 UTC 6 Oct 2019  (Read 2230 times)

Offline noshojones

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Re: UNID 5150 AM 2019 UTC 6 Oct 2019
« Reply #15 on: October 06, 2019, 2310 UTC »
2309 UTC  S9 nice AM audio
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Re: UNID 5150 AM 2019 UTC 6 Oct 2019
« Reply #16 on: October 06, 2019, 2334 UTC »
Just tuned in at 2328 UTC via the Burke, Virginia, SDR to hear "Dreams" by The Cranberries (the song my now-wife and I first bonded over 26 years ago). No signal way out west here.

2331 UTC: Song that neither I nor Shazam recognized, followed at 2235 UTC by "In the Air Tonight (Vintage Culture Remix)" by Phil Collins.
2343 UTC: “Baker Street” by Gerry Rafferty. Now listening via Washington, D.C., SDR after a loud interference noise and fading afflicted the Burke SDR.
2349 UTC: "The Silence" by Manchester Orchestra. Deep fades in the signal via the D.C. SDR.
(If you're taking requests, Mr./Ms. UNID, anything by The Clash, The Sundays or Leonard Cohen would be great.)
2358 UTC: Found the signal again on a Pittsburgh, Pa., SDR just in time to hear "Wild Horses" cover by The Sundays (A GREAT CHOICE; THANKS, UNID!).
0002 UTC: Fading now hitting the Pittsburgh, Pa., SDR, but I can still hear the cover of "I Fought the Law" by Joe Strummer and the rest of The Clash (THANKS, AGAIN, UNID! FEEL FREE TO E-QSL, TOO!).
0007 UTC: Chasing the signal ... now listening via North Ridgefield, Ohio, SDR. Fair signal at the peaks now carrying "Everybody Knows" by Leonard Cohen. GOOD CHOICE ON THE REQUESTS! :)
0010 UTC: Cover of "Everybody Knows," the song just played, by Sigrid. Nice!
0015 UTC: "Hope I Don't Fall in Love With You" by Tom Waits.
0020 UTC: "Carefree Highway" by Gordon Lightfoot.
0023 UTC: "The Wanton Song" by Led Zeppelin.
0028 UTC: Sounded like one or two words uncopiable spoken, and then off.

Thanks for all the great music!
« Last Edit: October 07, 2019, 0029 UTC by Treehouse SWL »
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Re: UNID 5150 AM 2019 UTC 6 Oct 2019
« Reply #17 on: October 06, 2019, 2339 UTC »
2338 UTC - S9+ signal in the Washington DC area.

Audio sounding great.
Primarily a user of WebSDRs; so I can be like the wind out here.

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Re: UNID 5150 AM 2019 UTC 6 Oct 2019
« Reply #18 on: October 06, 2019, 2351 UTC »
23:40   In the Air Tonight by Phil Collins
23:43   Baker Street by Gerry Rafferty
23:49   faded away on me, can see carrier but music down in the noise, guess I caught this a bit to late for South Carolina

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