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Useing close call at 711AM the br330 stopped on 374.55mhz. A very strong signal with lots of traffic but useing side band. Any ideas as to what it was. witting this with a palm.
 

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radioscan said:

What about that. WIsh I had a SSB radio. Unlike the guys in the thread you pointed me at, I could tell there was voice and not just a carrier. There sounded like there was a lot of voice traffic. I think it was sideband but it might have been scammbled voice.

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

Darren
 

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Last week I was picking up data bursts on 356.150 wide-band FM.
That is a NEACAP Orderwire frequency, which tells me that one of the
Nightwatch E-4Bs were in the area. More than likely WPAFB since I am
only 20 sw of the base and they are known to stop there.
 
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