A short sample of morse code with a radio switch or click and a background of static. Part of a radio clicks and noises pack.
Thanks also! sounds good!and thanks to zephalis for the info!
Thanks a lot
I decided to do a little digging and it is indeed the regulated call sign announcement. The call sign WII800 is a station on Verdugo Peak in Glendale, CA owned by the LAPD. You can see the towers through google earth or google maps.
Coordinates: 34 13 03.0 N, 118 16 59.3 W Link for google maps: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source;=s_q&hl;=en&geocode;=&q;=34+13+03.0+N,+118+16+59.3+W&sll;=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn;=18.953098,45&ie;=UTF8≪=34.217573,-118.283234&spn;=0.000934,0.0014&t;=h&z;=19
It spells out "WII800". I'm not absolutely sure but it's probably the mandatory station identification which the FCC requires be communicated every set period of time.
What does the morse code actually mean? It sounds pretty good.
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