Pack: Radio by acclivity

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  • Pack created on: Jan. 7, 2006, 5:11 p.m.
  • Number of sounds: 9
  • Number of downloads: 578

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HF radio static, and distorted Morse code transmission from beacon station CS3B on Madeira. You can hear all stages of ...

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The standard QBF (Quick Brown Fox) test message sent in Morse code at 18 wpm. This message contains all the ...

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My amateur radio callsign in Morse code, using an 800 Hz tone, with correct rhythm and spacing, and nicely rounded ...

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Amateur radio SSTV (slow scan TV) transmission. 7 Mhz HF side-band. You can count that this picture being transmitted is ...

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Amateur radio RTTY (radio-teletype) transmission at 45 Baud. High and low tones represent mark and space (0 or 1 bit). ...

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Russian amateur radio station RN1TN in a CW (Morse code) contest. The message reads "QSL TU TEST RN1TN TEST". (confirmed, ...

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Amateur radio PSK31 transmission (phase-shift keying). 20 Dec 1999. Sony MZ-R3 MD line-in from comms. receiver on 14 Mhz upper ...

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Worldwide HF radio beacons. Recorded 21 Nov 1999 at 18:10 GMT in Sussex UK. The Morse code identities of the ...

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Seaford Head aeronautical beacon transmitting "SFD" in Morse code, on 117.0 MHz Amplitude Modulation. Yupiteru MVT-7100 scanner headphone output directly ...

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