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Default Odd voice station on 13.560.

On Saturday, September 15, 2007 10:49:46 AM UTC-4, wrote:
At 15:40 through 15:45 I have been receiving a very weak AM signal on
13.560MHz. Smack in the middle of the ISM/HiFer "band".

Latin sounding music with a female buried too deap in the noise to

Anyone else getting this?

Any guesses as to a prirate, HiFer gone wild or an out of band SW

R2000, experimental Lankford 15' relay tuned vertical with a set of 16
elevated radials.

Let's not forget that Part 15 rules allow low powered transmitters on 13.560 without a license , though the chances of a few milliwatts making skip is very slim.

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