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Author Topic: SYCKO RADIO 4185 USB was 5130 USB/SAU Mode Test 0043 UTC 18 October 2020  (Read 791 times)

Offline Big Badfish Al

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0043 - Signing on with 'Sycko Radio' Intro
0053 - Testing 24D Audio - Best heard in the SAU mode to get the true effect - wow
0207 - moved to 4185 USB and still testing in SAU mode
« Last Edit: October 18, 2020, 0208 UTC by Big Badfish Al »
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Offline William Hassig

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Re: SYCKO RADIO 5130 USB 0043 UTC 18 October 2020
« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2020, 0052 UTC »
Tuned in at 0051utc, nothing but background noise.
Drake R8, Kenwood R-2000, Panasonic RF-4900, Sony 2010, Realistic DX440, Grundig Satellit 500, 7mhz backyard dipole, Mt Prospect, IL 20miles (32km) NW of downtown Chicago. I have been using online receivers because of strong data hash interference in my neighborhood that I believe is caused by Uverse squeezing up to 100mb/sec through ordinary pairs of wires. I don't have Uverse but neighbors do. williamhassig@yahoo.com

Offline refmo

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S7 @ 0217 on 4185khz
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Offline kilowatt

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just above the noise nw wa...

0219 male voice...

0227 dark side of the moon  signal is improving.  i've had to move to a phased receive array.

« Last Edit: October 18, 2020, 0229 UTC by kilowatt »
san juan islands in nw wa.  antennas: gap-40 monobander, carolina windom-80 at 60 feet, 30m dipole, pixel magnetic loop, active antenna. various receivers sdr/conventional.


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0223: Pink Floyd "Breath" Dark Side of the Moon.                                     
0245: System of a Down "Aerials."                                                               
2048: ID 
0312: SSTV image

0422: S/off.                                                                                             
Great Show!!!!
« Last Edit: October 18, 2020, 0422 UTC by vhavrilko »

Offline Molvania Poacher

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251- OM IDs "You are tuned into Sycko Radio...Let's see, what are we going to play next?"
251- Music, but haven't IDed yet. Modern instrumental with trippy sound and strong beat.
« Last Edit: October 18, 2020, 0255 UTC by Molvania Poacher »
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QTH New Hampshire (70 miles north of Boston).
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