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Offline ChrisSmolinski

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6TDAH DIT DAH RADIO 6925 CW About 1400z
« on: November 27, 2008, 1540 UTC »
Heard some CW as I was running out the door to get cranberries, so I put MultiMode into CW decode mode. This is what I copied, looks like I didn't have the speed set quite correctly:
 

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Re: 6TDAH DIT DAH RADIO 6925 CW About 1400z
« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2008, 0903 UTC »
11/27/08, CW at moderate pace audible around 1330 and 1440 UTC on 6925U here in Texas.  Didn't bother to hook up decoder but was at good enough signal strength for clear copy.  Also heard much weaker music, sounded like flute, and indistinct chatter between man and woman (latter might've been Pesque, closer to 6925.5U).
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