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Author Topic: 6285 AM UNID  (Read 1295 times)

rdla4

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6285 AM UNID
« on: February 19, 2012, 0012 UTC »
To much noise from approaching T storms. Someone here, music, at mostly S1-S2 level. To much QRN to ID.

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Re: 6285 AM UNID
« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2012, 0013 UTC »
The Bogusman
Please QSL to: POB 109, BRS, PA 17214
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Drake R8, AOR AR-7030, R-390A, R-388, SX-28A, Philco 44 + some others    Horizontal loops & 1/2-wave inverted V

rdla4

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Re: 6285 AM UNID
« Reply #2 on: February 19, 2012, 0016 UTC »
Thank You for the ID! Figures, it sounds like a good night prop wise, just way to much noise tonight in the SE

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Re: 6285 AM UNID
« Reply #3 on: February 19, 2012, 0023 UTC »
Yeah, I agree! Signals are making it across, but there's a lot of noise. Sounds almost like summer
Please QSL to: POB 109, BRS, PA 17214
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Drake R8, AOR AR-7030, R-390A, R-388, SX-28A, Philco 44 + some others    Horizontal loops & 1/2-wave inverted V

 

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