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Author Topic: Blue Ocean Radio 6930 USB 0039 UTC 28 Dec 2012  (Read 1324 times)

Offline ChrisSmolinski

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Blue Ocean Radio 6930 USB 0039 UTC 28 Dec 2012
« on: December 28, 2012, 0059 UTC »
S4 signal here this evening.
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Re: Blue Ocean Radio 6930 USB 0039 UTC 28 Dec 2012
« Reply #1 on: December 28, 2012, 0101 UTC »
Another really nice sig from Blue Ocean Radio! Heard a shoutout to Chris in the chatroom.
Thanks for the show!
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Re: Blue Ocean Radio 6930 USB 0039 UTC 28 Dec 2012
« Reply #2 on: December 28, 2012, 0102 UTC »
Hearing him here as well
s6-7 great audio as always
thanks for the show BOR!!!
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Re: Blue Ocean Radio 6930 USB 0039 UTC 28 Dec 2012
« Reply #3 on: December 28, 2012, 0105 UTC »
Running about S4 into Georgia tonight. 0105 UTC

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Re: Blue Ocean Radio 6930 USB 0039 UTC 28 Dec 2012
« Reply #4 on: December 28, 2012, 0108 UTC »
Got them in here, solid S-3 to S-5 signal.
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Re: Blue Ocean Radio 6930 USB 0039 UTC 28 Dec 2012
« Reply #5 on: December 28, 2012, 0129 UTC »
Tuned into 6930 USB at 1:00utc
Very faint at first but could hear the blues - good bass coming through.
I loose him under S4.5 into the noise at times, peaks at S6.
1:07 - 1:09 utc Multiple BOR ID's - Nice when the signal is low.
1:09 uts Blue grass signal slightly improving w/ some peaks to S7
1:11 utc  Shout out to HFU members , over the music.
1:14  S Crow louder now S7 - S8
1:17 utc signal back down into the noise at S 4.5
1:21  BOR ID @ S8 again.
1:22 utc  "I'll Fly Away"  S units all over the place  S4.5 - S7.
1:35 utc  I noticed the band was quiet except for 6910-6950 -
went QRM hunting and found the culprit - my wife's little ultrasonic humidifier.
Sorry babe - You will have to put a pot on to boil.....DXing is more important!
Now S7 and sounding very good...just in time for Outro and a bit of chat about a leaking heating oil tank..
Always good to hear your shows BOR - Thanks
« Last Edit: December 28, 2012, 0151 UTC by Rockpicker »
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Re: Blue Ocean Radio 6930 USB 0039 UTC 28 Dec 2012
« Reply #6 on: December 28, 2012, 0136 UTC »
Coming in nicely here playing  Lighthouse by The Waifs... SIO: 333
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