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Author Topic: UnID Spanish 6900 kHz LSB 01:55 UTC 3 July 2021  (Read 157 times)

Offline WPE6HET

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UnID Spanish 6900 kHz LSB 01:55 UTC 3 July 2021
« on: July 03, 2021, 0207 UTC »
SINPO 35333

01:55 Two-way communication in Spanish. Louder male speaker seems to be addressing "Paco". Mentions "calidad" (quality).
02:02 Mentions California.
02:09 Louder speaker says "Buenos noches".
02:11 Others, more distant, keep on talking. Guatemala mentioned twice.
« Last Edit: July 03, 2021, 0212 UTC by WPE6HET »
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Re: UnID Spanish 6900 kHz LSB 01:55 UTC 3 July 2021
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2021, 2109 UTC »
This is maybe the same net heard down here many nights,  lots of "Buenas Noches", also switched sometimes to 6910.10 LSB. Sometimes very rowdy, sometimes a call out of locations and more business-like. I've heard Arizona, Califrornia, Colorado, Tamaulipas mentioned repeatedly. Also have heard a (presumed American anglo) ham break in trying to join the discussion getting yelled/keyed over and prevented from doing so. Interesting net, usually nightly and more than two stations (?)
« Last Edit: July 08, 2021, 2111 UTC by Rizla »
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Re: UnID Spanish 6900 kHz LSB 01:55 UTC 3 July 2021
« Reply #2 on: July 09, 2021, 0509 UTC »
Pretty mellow net happening now @ 0507 UTC 7/9/21. They're here lots of nights. I can't copy the more distant station.
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