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Offline ChrisSmolinski

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WMPR 6925 AM 1422z
« on: January 04, 2009, 1443 UTC »
Barely audible at first, getting better over time, up to S5 at 1440z. ID at 1442z. S9 signal now.

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Re: WMPR 6925 AM 1422z
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2009, 1446 UTC »
6924.9 AM (approx.), my first catch of WMPR.
1425 UTC: Rhythmic music, chanting, very faint, fades to inaudible, no help switching to LSB/USB.
1430z: Clear "WMPR" voice ID.
1438z: Faded, carrier barely audible now.
1442z: Two "WMPR" ID's heard clearly despite noise and fades, music barely audible.
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