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[CQ-Contest] Strange signal on 14220 kHz

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Subject: [CQ-Contest] Strange signal on 14220 kHz
From: "Ted Bryant" <w4nz@comcast.net>
Date: Tue, 2 Oct 2007 21:06:08 -0400
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Anyone copying a strange, unmodulated signal on 14220kHz??  It was reported on 
the TenTec reflector
yesterday and appeared on this frequency until about 0130z.  It has just 
reappeared in the last few
minutes (0030z)

What I'm currently hearing (0053z) on 14220kHz is a signal that is S5 to S6 
here in Chattanooga
coming from a heading of around 270-280 degrees.  There is no music or 
language. There is no
detectable carrier, much like ssb. Listening in the ssb mode, there is 
something that sounds like 60
Hz AC hum and some other type of modulation that appears as a series of 
semingly random pulses.
Bandwith appears to be around 2kHz.

Ted W4NZ

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