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Author Topic: Pandemic Radio #2 6925 AM 0130 UTC 1 Nov 2021  (Read 451 times)

Offline Big Badfish Al

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Pandemic Radio #2 6925 AM 0130 UTC 1 Nov 2021
« on: November 01, 2021, 0144 UTC »
Frequency: 6925
Mode: AM
Date: 1 November 2021
Time: 0130
SIO: 222 heavy QRM by Peskie in lower side band in Uniontown PA
Signal: S5+

0130 - Lincolnshire Poacher then Desi #'s
0135 - Linkin Park - Numb
0157 - ID as Pandemic Radio #2  - Linkin Park - In The End (remix)
0200 - The Cranberries - Zombie (acoustic)
Hard to listen to but thank you for the broadcast. PSE e-QSL.

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Re: Partial India Radio 6925 AM 0130 UTC 1 November 2021
« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2021, 0147 UTC »
oh wow that's an oldie and a goodie, unfortunately only the barest wisp of a signal is making it into utc-6.   
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Offline Molvania Poacher

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Re: Partial India Radio 6925 AM 0130 UTC 1 November 2021
« Reply #2 on: November 01, 2021, 0157 UTC »

155- Audio of talking, but can't make it out, unfortunately.
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Pretty good signal here, but was getting absolutely hammered by a peskie. I couldn't make out anything except that someone was broadcasting on the freq
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SDR recording catch, audio up by 0128, not very strong but I could recognize bits of the classic Partial India routine.
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