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 Posted: Apr 25th, 2013 05:47 PM
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Hello all....

I have attached two short examples from my DRV session last night... My Set up was as follows:
I had three radios tunned to white noise with (no voice emissions) on Shortwave..... One radio was my old valve radio and the other two were modern radios, one being a mobile shortwave radio.


It was 12.00am, the house was quiet, the radios had been on for 30 mins without out any voice what so ever. Then I heard a faint voice coming from one of the radios (It was the mobile shortwave radio) The voice appeared to be in a foreign language, but I proceeded to ask questions and got short bursts of voice not to loud..... I have run the two attached example through clear voice denoiser on the soft filter to try and bring out the voice a bit louder. This low voice contuined for 5 mins, then faded out, I left the radios on for a further 40 mins without nothing.


My Question is, does anyone  recognize what is partially being said? Is the language in Portuguese or Spanish???? And do you think it was the start of Communication  for me using DRV or could it be a stray radio broadcast??
  Take care, Lance..


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Second small file.

On this response i asked could they speak in English please?

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Hi Lance,


It might be a bit of both EVP & radio transmission.

I hear EVP embedded in the noise however the predominant responses seem like a signal bounced off the atmosphere.

In your first post I hear English and can make out words like "departure"

In your second post I hear someone counting off 1 (dot) 1 4 2 which could be a possible call sign.


One possible EVP from your second post can be heard after the number count.


I knocked down the noise a tad more and hear the following:


Introduce Richard Nixon (in this is) a small world


The words in parentheses (in this is) are said quickly so you might hear it differently.


Attached is that Nixon response looped 4 times:


Thanks for posting your clips,
Ron

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Hi Ron,
Yep! I hear that, thanks for replying...

I am currently running sessions every night for DRV, I'll Keep you posted..Take care, Lance.



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I'd hazard a guess at a West European language by the vowel sounds.

A clue would be what frequency were you tuned to. If you want to avoid the broadcast stations, just Google "HF broadcast bands" (this is a start http://www.robmorton.20m.com/radio/bands/broadcast/)  and listen at some  other frequency many kHz away. (You won't necessarily avoid all signals, but at least they almost certainly won't be AM, much more likely to be data signals of various types or possibly SSB which most domestic sets won't detect properly.)

Presumably you were not listening in SSB mode, but standard AM. In that case I'd say it was a broadcast station.

If you tune all the radios to exactly the same frequency (and there's a neat trick to doing that by using one radio and tuning to the local oscillators of the two others) it will help narrow down what you are hearing.

And don't forget that on SW/HF late at night (12am - is that midnight or noon?) there won't be many of ANY signals of any type above about 15 - to 20 MHz at the moment.

Good luck.

Jan

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Hey thanks Jan for the advice....  I was on 12.05 mhz, but last night I tuned to 25.68mhz, as one site says there's basically no broadcast on this frequency and night time reception is non- existent.......??

I will take your advice on tuning the three radios, you are very knowledgeable with Shortwave and I appreciate your help....
Thanks Lance..




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