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Author Topic: UNID on 6925 USB @ 0100 07 March  (Read 660 times)

Offline JohnS

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UNID on 6925 USB @ 0100 07 March
« on: March 07, 2020, 0104 UTC »
Hearing some Steve Miller Band.  Very noisy conditions.  Unable to clearly copy possible ID  at the moment.
« Last Edit: March 07, 2020, 0109 UTC by JohnS »
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Re: UNID on 6925 USB @ 0100 07 March
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2020, 0117 UTC »
I have it just above the noise here on my DX440. Playing Peter Schilling. A UTE on USB is giving you a lot of QRM. Now, playing Whip it by Devo.

Coming in pretty decent on Sigmacomm SDR on CT/MA border, about S6, UTE still working you over, and also sounds like some CW in the mix.
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