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Offline clobdell

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Pink Floyd Radio via TRI
« on: May 01, 2022, 1523 UTC »






Thanks for the nice eQSL TRI
Receiver: Eton E1, JRC NRD-525, 535 and 545, Icom IC-7300
Aerial: MFJ G5RV dipole
near Lowell Massachusetts - Gateway To The Merrimack Valley.
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Re: Pink Floyd Radio via TRI
« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2022, 1629 UTC »
I received the same. Thank you.
A German living in Bali / Indonesia
I use WebSDR’s
please QSL to: fschuettig_dx1@yahoo.com

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Re: Pink Floyd Radio via TRI
« Reply #2 on: May 02, 2022, 0118 UTC »
Received the same. Thanks TRI!
Lucas Bandura
eQSL appreciated! lucasnerite@gmail.com
Songs are identified with Shazam if needed. I usually use KiwiSDR receivers. Reception from my QTH is using an SDRPlay RSP1A for SWL with a 40 meter band Inverted V at 40 feet. Kenwood TS-570D for ham use.
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