|Subject:||Re: Topband: Mystery signal on 1805|
|From:||"Donald Chester" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Tue, 29 Jun 2004 04:42:45 +0000|
...Your station is incredibly strongHere's who it is and what I have done. I sent a copy to the local field engineer at the FCC... Subject: WWRB Please, check your transmitters!!
tonight on 1.805 > MHz, which is the difference frequency between your 5085 and 6890 > transmitters!
That what it is. They were strong and clear when they gave their ID tonight. I tuned up to the above frequencies and there they were. No wonder they are so strong here. They are located in Manchester TN, less than 100 miles from here.
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