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Author Topic: Amiga Computer Generated Radio via TRI 6925 AM 2357 UTC 6 MAY 2022  (Read 344 times)

Offline Skipmuck

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2357 UTC Spy thriller music
2359 UTC OM with ID "Amiga Computer Generated Radio", into electronic keyboard music
(Signal is S8 peaks with light fading amidst T-storm static)
0003 UTC A more rocking tune now segue into a steady bass drum beat
0008 UTC Synth voiced OM with ID and talk....(storm static is making for tough copy)
0015 UTC Signal is still holding up above the noise with computer music that is kinda hard to describe!
0018 UTC Synth voiced OM with ID and postal address, then a repeat of alternating zero's and one's
0025 UTC The whipped cream ute is getting stronger....music is still on top
0030 UTC Synth voiced OM with ID and postal mail address, then more computer generated music (Signal has improved to solid above the noise!)
0035 UTC Peskies are loud now
0037 UTC YL? said something, then OFF

Thanks for the relay of the old show TRI!
« Last Edit: May 07, 2022, 0042 UTC by Skipmuck »
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Good reception

2359 Dramatic instrumental organ music
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S7 with Concord NH KiwiSDR. This is Amiga computer generated radio via TRI
Songs are identified with Shazam if needed. I use kiwiSDR receivers.

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S9 AM Digital Music Heavy static crashes
00:19 ID "Voice of Confusion"... 11 Yo Yo Radio...
Neat programming... Digital Pirate Gangster Rap! LoL
00:23 S9+
« Last Edit: May 07, 2022, 0023 UTC by TheHappyWanker »
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0000 -  Computer-generated electronic Music (lots of interference from the whipped cream dispenser ute)
0002 - More computer-generated music/more whipped cream....LOL
0005 - OM talking
0012 - Working some magic with the Perseus, able to remove the whipped Cream ute. Decent copy now on music!
0018 - OM talking "zero-on-one-zero etc.............."
0031 - OM talking
« Last Edit: May 07, 2022, 0031 UTC by Radio Star »
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0001 music ? static pops  S5/6
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I have it with poor signal with some instrumental music.  I have to use LSB due to a military signal next to it
0004Z , Peskie also have to come on.
« Last Edit: May 07, 2022, 0005 UTC by JustGreg »
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Frequency: 6925
Mode: AM
Date: 6 May 2022
Time: 2358
SINPO: 43344
Signal: S7+

2358 - Jame Bond Music
0001 - Amiga Computer Generated Radio
0002 - 8 Bit Instrumental Music

Thanks for the show and PSE e-QSL to bad_fish@hotmail.com
« Last Edit: May 07, 2022, 0007 UTC by Big Badfish Al »
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00:06 UTC - Weak readable with Station ID and address for QSL followed by music.

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signal S9 on the SDR in Vermont / a lot of noise + QRM ute / best on LSB mode
00.07 electronic music
00.08 talking (a man)
00.08 electronic music
00.18 talking, ID, postal address (a man) / a lot of "Zero One ..."
00.19 ID (a man)
00.20 electronic music
« Last Edit: May 07, 2022, 0026 UTC by Bali_Frank »
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SINPO=33443, some Ute buzz QRM.

0014- Electronic music, sometimes soft keyboard sound, and then fast with percussive beat. Sounds like from a video game background soundtrack, or along those lines.
All reception direct.
QTH 70 miles north of Boston.
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Tuned in at 0017utc on St.-Michel-des-Saints QC sdr with noisy poor weak S7 to S9 signal, heard a bit of electric guitar music then male speaking under the noise, had to select SAL (sync am lower) due to ute qrm on upper side, 
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0026 UTC: Weak signal in the noise and barely readable. Music now but not sure of the genre. Kind of sounds like an R2D2 one man band. Lots of beeps and whistles.
0030 UTC: Sounds like a computer generated ID and email address, will have to work on the recording to figure out what was said.
« Last Edit: May 07, 2022, 0031 UTC by myteaquinn »
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Late logging - heard from 2353 sign on, on the SDR recording. About an SIO 333, I used mostly the LSB to avoid a UTE causing QRM on the USB.
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