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Author Topic: UNID (pescadore/ fisherman) 6930 USB 02:43z-02:53z 01-19-12  (Read 1214 times)

Offline Sealord

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Thought this was a pirate originally, but sounds more like one fisherman/pescadore playing some Indian(?) style music for his buddy.  The signal & music was pretty good, but it became apparent once they started chatting afterwards

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02:43z-02:53z Indian(?) music followed by non-english QSO

Audio: http://www.archive.org/download/ShortwaveOddsSodsTransmissions/Fisherman6930Usb0243z-0253z01-9-12.mp3
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Re: UNID (pescadore/ fisherman) 6930 USB 02:43z-02:53z 01-19-12
« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2012, 0558 UTC »
I had it clear as a bell here in north Canada but not strong. I initially thought it was a pirate coming on freq, definitely when there was a YL singing(!) but after listening for a while I concluded it was the classic fishermen.
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Re: UNID (pescadore/ fisherman) 6930 USB 02:43z-02:53z 01-19-12
« Reply #2 on: January 20, 2012, 2249 UTC »
Heard them, too...but I don't want to reveal my general wearabouts. North America...ha ha.
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Re: UNID (pescadore/ fisherman) 6930 USB 02:43z-02:53z 01-19-12
« Reply #3 on: January 21, 2012, 0121 UTC »
Heard them, too...but I don't want to reveal my general wearabouts. North America...ha ha.
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Unfortunately, thanks to the Bunneh/Furreh Radio Network lunatic bunch my whereabouts, identity, and other personal info are known by pretty much everyone. If I knew then what I know now I'd be more carefull as well. But I never thought I'd have to be protected from other ops, ya know?
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