Re: [HCDX] 5562 kHz
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Re: [HCDX] 5562 kHz

6th harmonic of TRT Izmir 927 has been reported here quite widely in Europe

Mike Barraclough, Letchworth, UK

> From: "BERGLUND JOHAN" <johandx@xxxxxxxxx>
> Date: Fri, 16 Feb 2001 00:33:16 +0100
> To: <hard-core-dx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: [HCDX] 5562 kHz
> 5562.0 kHz 15 feb 2100 Unid,  and the id keeps evading my braincells, or
> what's left of them.. The noise level is just a little to high.  It's in
> Vernacular  with one or two French-sounding words now and then. I have a few
> speculations regarding the country or countries. But the names of most
> capitals or countries in former French or Belgian colonies in Africa have been
> heard in their news, in conversations, in soccer game reports, etc. So I take
> nothing for sure. Does anyone know in what language they say "Marhaba" for Hi,
> hello,  good-evening or any greeting ?   Yesterday, in  a phone px, after a
> soccer match,  it was "Alló, marhaba" from the studio, then the caller said
> "Marhaba" and went on with his or her business. There were  more than a dozen
> of such short calls, so that word really sticks to my mind.
> And  I know that right after pressing the send buttom to dispatch this cry for
> help, there will be a 100 % id...
> (Murphy's Law, the inverted version, I hope).
> But now  I am getting tired of this evasive one. Johan Berglund, Trollhättan,
> Sweden.

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