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Author Topic: Calling Red Dragon on 7.615 khz USB 0230 UTC 25 February 2022  (Read 1472 times)

Offline FalaHomma

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Man speaking English with American Southern Drawl with "NOU HQ" calling "Red Dragon". A coded phonetic message followed of approximately a dozen figures. This was not repeated and he thanked Red Dragon and then signed off mentioning a call sign of W3TN.
« Last Edit: February 25, 2022, 0406 UTC by FalaHomma »
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Re: Calling Red Dragon on 7.615 khz USB 0230 UTC 25 February 2022
« Reply #2 on: February 26, 2022, 1759 UTC »
I think you are correct.
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