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Thanks to an ID by Matt Blaze, I picked up
Ball Smacker Radio
broadcasting from "somewhere in the Northeast"
playing classic rock on 6960 KHz.
Adjacent interference sounded like some kind
of radar signal.
Posted at 12:47 AM in Pirate radio | Permalink
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Hearing Ball Smacker loud here in MN. 20 to 30 over 9.....
ID at 0350 UTC 4/8/22
VOTL Voice of the Lutefisk |
04/08/2022 at 11:53 PM
Reception S9 into KiwiSDR K9MQ, Chicagoland / northwest Indiana.
I tried to get my new Youloop / Airspy HF+ / SDRPlusPlus / Android phone combo running to tune this in, but by the time I had the software dialed in the transmission had ended. Still figuring out a few things, which I will write up in due course.
Ed Vielmetti |
04/09/2022 at 12:57 AM
Reception fair to poor. But listen for one hour. Lots of fading. RSP Dx SDR 100 foot longwire.I live in the NE suburbs of Chicago, IL .
Richard Wagner |
04/16/2022 at 10:07 PM
Just found Ball Smacker radio this evening. At the moment they have a nice 20 over S9 signal
into S.E. lower Michigan. Listening in on an IC-7610.
They are accepting reception reports to: firstname.lastname@example.org
This reminds me of the good old SWLing days.
Brian Sarkisian |
09/02/2022 at 09:22 PM
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