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Author Topic: Pirates, Peskies? Martians Gone Mad? 6823 USB 2103 UTC 9 Dec 2018  (Read 111 times)

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EE and then FF speaking in French.
2130 Now music as well.
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Re: Pirates, Peskies? Martians Gone Mad? 6823 USB 2115 UTC 9 Dec 2018
« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2018, 2133 UTC »
2129 UTC "Smooth Criminal"-Michael Jackson (live version)
2131 UTC "Billie Jean"-Paula Jiven
2132 UTC YL talking now with crowd applause
2144 UTC OFF
« Last Edit: December 09, 2018, 2152 UTC by Skipmuck »
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Re: Pirates, Peskies? Martians Gone Mad? 6823 USB 2103 UTC 9 Dec 2018
« Reply #2 on: December 10, 2018, 1355 UTC »
I heard long winded CW on this freq similar to what WA4FHY reported one night last week. Since I had no idea what the message was about or what category this would fall under, I didn't report it.   6823 was the freq however
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Isn't 6825 kHz used by the French military for CW and SIGINT interception radio operator training?  This could be related to that - and possibly the activity heard on 6732 kHz USB. 

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