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Old 01-18-2013, 4:58 AM
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Default 3.920 Mhz Euro Pirate ????

whose the Euro Pirate on 3.920 Mhz +0500 -1100+ Zulu ????

strong here on east coast all late night this week when hams are quiet...nice Pop music format......

one of the Dutch boys ???? or the R.Europe relay ????


PS: just got my 75m dipole back up this week after a hurricane ate it two seasons ago :-(

Amazing what winter low band prop and a good antenna will do : At greyline sunset here BBC Singapore on 3.915 has been S-9 sounding like Ascension relay !!

love winter low band DX !!
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Old 01-19-2013, 5:11 AM
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What makes you think it's a pirate? That is a legit broadcasting band and I don't think any pirate in his right mind would park in 50kw alley and expect to be heard.

Recheck the current databases for possible legit stations. (I don't have anything current)
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