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Author Topic: Missing a show: weak UNID 6925kHz tuned in at 0142z 4-05-'09  (Read 1944 times)

Offline SW-J

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No music, just a voice, maybe two voices, can't get the jist of the subject material

Much more to it: sounds like a real production now 0147z

Program (seems to) continue, but now even weaker than before and I have to bail at 0210z
« Last Edit: April 05, 2009, 0407 UTC by SWJ »
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Re: Missing a show: weak UNID 6925kHz tuned in at 0142z
« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2009, 0251 UTC »
Sounds like the same signal I picked up. See my post for 'The Voice of Doom'. From the signal strength I'd say it was broadcast from Northern California. The second voice you heard was audio from the computer game that was played during the broadcast.
« Last Edit: April 05, 2009, 0255 UTC by rattusrattus »
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Re: Missing a show: weak UNID 6925kHz tuned in at 0142z
« Reply #2 on: April 05, 2009, 0314 UTC »
Sounds like the same signal I picked up. See my post for 'The Voice of Doom'. From the signal strength I'd say it was broadcast from Northern California. The second voice you heard was audio from the computer game that was played during the broadcast.

Thanks for the fill; the signal was not really readable here (N. Central Texas) at all, but I wanted to get something 'on the board'  so other ppl might be inclined to tune in and maybe hear what I couldn't! Tnx again for the info fill.
o Icom IC-756ProII, ProIII, Alinco DX-70, Kenwood TS-680s
o WinRadio G303e, Degen/Kaito 1103/DE1103, Stoddart NM-25
o 1/2 wave 80m Dipole used with several tuners
o Tuned loops from 2' thru 16' diam. capable of 160m thru 10m

 


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