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Author Topic: 6.507 Mhz ?  (Read 70 times)

Offline Elf36

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6.507 Mhz ?
« on: November 25, 2021, 1322 UTC »
Just turned on my radio and it was on 6 MHZ from last night. I started tuning and came across a strong signal on 6.507 USB. The operator was speaking English with a bit of an accent. Most of the content seemed to focus on weather reports. It started off strong but began to fade rapidly and I was unable to hear what particular areas of the world were being discussed. I did some googling and all I found was were references to Charleville, Australia. It seems it bit odd if it is since I'm in Florida and it's 8:15 am local time 13:15 UTC. Let me know what you think?

After hitting send, the signal came back up and definitely referenced Austalia. Seems a bit odd to me having this type of propagation on 6 MHZ this time of day?
« Last Edit: November 25, 2021, 1325 UTC by Elf36 »
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Re: 6.507 Mhz ?
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2021, 1251 UTC »
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« Last Edit: November 26, 2021, 1256 UTC by tiNG »
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