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Offline Nielsbo

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[Unknown Language] AM Pirate
« on: April 27, 2021, 1634 UTC »
Heard on the University of Twente WebSDR. Not sure about the language, but if someone could translate I would appreciate that greatly.

Link: https://mp3.fastupload.co/files/1619540974
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Re: [Unknown Language] AM Pirate
« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2021, 0713 UTC »

It's Dutch. I don't speak the language, so I'm often not sure which of the mentioned station names is the own ID and which are other stations he send thanks to. I think it's Zender Toulouse thanking Zender Polidor and Radio Nordzee for reception reports.

Rx: AR7030 / Perseus
Ant: MK-1
Location: Austria

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