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Old October 17th 04, 04:06 AM
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Default AFRTS ON 7507 GONE SILENT

Recently AFRTS now AFN was changed to 7507.5, 5446.5, and 12133.5. 7507 has
gone silent no doubt because they were getting hammered by the religious BC on
7505. The web site still lists 7507 as being active, but it has been silent for
about a month now. Any body know of any new frequencies? tks

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Old October 17th 04, 07:27 AM
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Recently AFRTS now AFN was changed to 7507.5, 5446.5, and 12133.5. 7507
has
gone silent no doubt because they were getting hammered by the religious
BC on
7505. The web site still lists 7507 as being active, but it has been
silent for
about a month now. Any body know of any new frequencies? tks


YES YES

I asked about this weeks ago. It seems to me after one of the hurricanes,
the Puerto Rico tower might be down. But what about the others? I live in
Florida and can't even get the Key West station. I don't know what's going
on. I did faintly pick them up on 5446.5 last week.

Now, there is some religious BS on 7507. I used to love to listen to it. It
was really nice.
Now all these doom and gloom religious types are taking over the waves,
asking for money.

Lucky


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Old October 17th 04, 01:30 PM
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Lucky wrote:

"K1AJ" wrote in message
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Recently AFRTS now AFN was changed to 7507.5, 5446.5, and 12133.5. 7507
has
gone silent no doubt because they were getting hammered by the religious
BC on
7505. The web site still lists 7507 as being active, but it has been
silent for
about a month now. Any body know of any new frequencies? tks


YES YES

I asked about this weeks ago. It seems to me after one of the hurricanes,
the Puerto Rico tower might be down. But what about the others? I live in
Florida and can't even get the Key West station. I don't know what's going
on. I did faintly pick them up on 5446.5 last week.

Now, there is some religious BS on 7507. I used to love to listen to it. It
was really nice.
Now all these doom and gloom religious types are taking over the waves,
asking for money.


You obviously haven't been listening for a very long time. The doom and gloomers
have been asking for money for quite some time now.

dxAce
Michigan
USA

http://www.iserv.net/~n8kdv/dxpage.htm


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Old October 17th 04, 04:31 PM
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"K1AJ" wrote in message
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Recently AFRTS now AFN was changed to 7507.5, 5446.5, and 12133.5. 7507
has
gone silent no doubt because they were getting hammered by the religious
BC on
7505. The web site still lists 7507 as being active, but it has been
silent for
about a month now. Any body know of any new frequencies? tks


YES YES

I asked about this weeks ago. It seems to me after one of the hurricanes,
the Puerto Rico tower might be down. But what about the others? I live in
Florida and can't even get the Key West station. I don't know what's going
on. I did faintly pick them up on 5446.5 last week.

Now, there is some religious BS on 7507. I used to love to listen to it. It
was really nice.
Now all these doom and gloom religious types are taking over the waves,
asking for money.

Lucky


I hear AFRTS best on 9980 and 12133.5 khz.

Steve


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