Hmm…my first guess would be the pirate station in Baton Rogue, LA that gets out
very well at night. It’s Spanish language, and they rarely identify. But a
daytime reception over that distance would be unusual.
Maybe a Spanish language pirate from NYC? I remember there was one in Brooklyn
a few years back.
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> On Feb 9, 2018, at 1:32 PM, Stan Horzepa <stanz...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> We lost power here for about 30 minutes this afternoon, so what did I do?
> Chop wood for the fireplace? No, I got on the radio!
> Logged six new navigational beacons on LW and then I moved over to the AM
> band and heard a mystery station on 1710. All I heard was Spanish music - no
> voice - so no station identification. Station was stronger on my vertical
> antenna as compared to my 80-meter inverted Vee. At times, the Hudson County
> (NJ) TIS competed with the Spanish music station on both antennas. And as
> soon as power was restored, the station disappeared into the noise.
> I have heard this station occasionally at dusk, but have had no luck
> identifying it.
> Anyone have a clue?
> Stan, WA1LOU
> Wolcott, CT, USA
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