[HCDX] Fw: [SWL] 6230 solved
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[HCDX] Fw: [SWL] 6230 solved
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- Subject: [HCDX] Fw: [SWL] 6230 solved
- From: "Stewart Mackenzie" <wdx6aa@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2003 13:46:58 -0800
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> From: "Glenn Hauser" wghauser@xxxxxxxxx
> > I finally remembered to check this before 0457 UT Dec 17.
> > One one receiver I had a distorted weak signal fading up and down a bit,
> > two different audio sources.
> > As I suggested you do before, on another receiver I tuned around the 49m
> > below 6200. Two audio matches were quickly found: 6165, RN Bonaire in
> > and 6100, DW in German, which is also via Bonaire.
> > So it`s a mixing product transmitted from Bonaire. CRI on 6190 via
> > nothing to do with this, altho conceivably others have heard a different
> > transmission on 6230.
> > Bonaire is also known for putting out such 2A minus B mixing products,
> > example in the 15 MHz area when they have two transmitters running at
> > time on nearby frequencies, such as in our afternoons, 15315 and 15155
> > on 14995.
> > There could also be one 65 kHz below 6100, on 6035, but masked by the
> > VOA transmitter there.
> > 73, Glenn Hauser, Enid OK
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