[AMRadio] Odd signals in lower 80 meters

John King k5pgw at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 19 12:26:02 EST 2006

Maybe they are the digitized audio from the AR9000
digital voice device that converts SSB into digital
signal that is decoded by another AR 9000. I think
that is the model number of the device made by AOR and
is advertised in QST magazine???? 73, John, K5PGW

--- "A.R.S. -  W5AMI" <ars.w5ami at gmail.com> wrote:

> Has anyone beside Don/KYV and myself heard these odd
> sounding voice
> signals between 3700 and about 3750 that seem to be
> sideband, but can
> not be tuned in either lower or upper sideband? 
> They seem to be all
> over the place, however no one else has said a thing
> about them except
> Don on amfone.net.
> They sound like inverted audio, however it would
> seem that going to
> the opposite sideband would allow you to tune them,
> but it doesn't.
> Maybe I'm not thinking clearly on "Inverted audio". 
> If not, would
> someone straighten me out?
> I started a thread on another list, and it's as if
> no one has heard
> them, and I am now getting the feeling I'm losing my
> marbles!
> 73
> Brian / w5ami
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