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Offline rattusrattus

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Voice of Doom 6925 kHz / usb
« on: April 05, 2009, 0235 UTC »
 On 04/05/09 (utc date) I picked up 'The Voice of Doom' on 6925/USB 'Broadcasting from Phobos '
with comments about a computer game being played during broadcast.

 Listened from 0143 to 0224 UTC sign off

Good signal into San Francisco, CA with a SINPO of 43344

I am using a Yaesu 817nd with Par end-fed swl antenna.  I also picked up the station on a Sony 7600GR with whip antenna.
« Last Edit: April 05, 2009, 0322 UTC by rattusrattus »
Receivers :  Yaesu FT 817nd  AOR AR 8600 MARK 2,  WinRadio 313e, Sony ICF 7600 GR, Uniden BC 780 XLT , Icom R2, Sony car shortwave radio w/ cassette deck, Freeplay Lifeline windup shortwave emergency radio.

Antennas: Par end fed SWL,(N/S) 60 foot long wire with MLB  (E/W) AOR LA 380 loop antenna.

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Re: Voice of Doom 6925 kHz / usb
« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2009, 1709 UTC »
Nice solid signal into Colorado mountains heard 0130 Utc until sign off
s7-10db/s9 toward the end of show...unique format to say the least...
Heard KPR , Random Radio in qso with Dooms Days dudes

Recorded the entire show

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Re: Voice of Doom 6925 kHz / usb
« Reply #2 on: April 06, 2009, 1035 UTC »
How do you like your Par antenna? I just ordered one myself.

On 04/05/09 (utc date) I picked up 'The Voice of Doom' on 6925/USB 'Broadcasting from Phobos '
with comments about a computer game being played during broadcast.

 Listened from 0143 to 0224 UTC sign off

Good signal into San Francisco, CA with a SINPO of 43344

I am using a Yaesu 817nd with Par end-fed swl antenna.  I also picked up the station on a Sony 7600GR with whip antenna.

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Re: Voice of Doom 6925 kHz / usb
« Reply #3 on: April 07, 2009, 0714 UTC »
It's pretty good if you have a good ground. Nice flexible wire.
Receivers :  Yaesu FT 817nd  AOR AR 8600 MARK 2,  WinRadio 313e, Sony ICF 7600 GR, Uniden BC 780 XLT , Icom R2, Sony car shortwave radio w/ cassette deck, Freeplay Lifeline windup shortwave emergency radio.

Antennas: Par end fed SWL,(N/S) 60 foot long wire with MLB  (E/W) AOR LA 380 loop antenna.

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Re: Voice of Doom 6925 kHz / usb
« Reply #4 on: April 07, 2009, 0750 UTC »
4/5/09, 6925 USB: "Voice of Doom" was continuously audible from approx. 0130-0230 UTC here at low signal strength, but only IDs were intelligible. (N. Central TX - indoor antenna)
That li'l ol' DXer from Texas
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