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Offline clobdell

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WDOG eQSL
« on: February 25, 2021, 0131 UTC »





Thanks guys! WOOF!
Receiver: Eton E1, JRC NRD-525, 535 and 545, Icom IC-7300
Aerial: MFJ G5RV dipole
near Lowell Massachusetts - Gateway To The Merrimack Valley.
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Amateur Radio Station: KC1IUK

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Re: WDOG eQSL
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2021, 1448 UTC »
Received mine as well  8)  Tnks Dog
We need another card to shut out the draught HW ABT URS?
Use Shazam app. to ID songs, listening direct Airspray RTL SDR , Ham It UP Plus connected to 2 V shape long wires  40ft. high with a MFJ 941C Antenna tuner
QSL to trlinternational@yahoo.com or  trlinternational@protonmail.com

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Re: WDOG eQSL
« Reply #2 on: April 19, 2021, 1431 UTC »
Same QSl  received here for the April10'21 broadcast on 6925. Thanks WDOG .
Harry L. Smith
Springfield,Oh.
JRC 535D Perseus SDR   MFJ 959C Tuner /Pre Amp. JRC 545 
RF  Systems MK2 antenna
Grundig G3 / G4000a / 400
QSL to h.smith77@charter .net

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Re: WDOG eQSL
« Reply #3 on: April 20, 2021, 0223 UTC »
Also got the same one for the 4/10 broadcast.  Thanks much!
Chantilly, Va. IC-R75 attached to longwire antenna.  Most IDs by Shazam (or Google), eQSLs appreciated at ed.fink111(at)gmail(dot)com

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Re: WDOG eQSL
« Reply #4 on: April 20, 2021, 1450 UTC »
Me too  (for 4/10). This has special significance to me, because I am just getting back into HF listening after a several decades lapse, and this is my first pirate QSL since (I think) one from Radio Sine Wave in the 80s.

Thanks, WDOG!!
- Usually Airspy HF+/SDR Console V3.1
- After the tree guys left, now have a 125 ft wire that goes up to the west from 12 ft to 40ft., then a stretch SE that drops to 20ft termination. I should probably just say "longwire" and not worry about it. Miss that tree.
- Sometimes Sangean ATS-909X with whip and/or stock reel and/or YouLoop
- Remote SDRs only used when signal not present at home QTH, and always noted
- Shazam only used to ID music released after 1992. Mostly.
eQSLs to bfrederi1@verizon.net much appreciated