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Well true that Venezuela info can be iffy---but I can definitely testify hearing even-decimal Colombians!
As in http://forums.wtfda.org/showthread.p...t=Barranquilla
In 1983 long before I was in WTFDA, and before things were straightened out, there was also an 88.8 in Guatemala City, which I might have heard. I know it was my first gander at their Canal 3.
I had contributed a little info to FMList, like the 100.3 Rebelde. Even Cuban FM info can depend on monitoring.
Well, I didn't do you guys any good. I didn't get much time to listen and, when I did, I ended up focusing on the on-board DMR system on the ship.
What? No DX data to submit to the front office??? We'll see if the WTFDA sends you on a cruise again! ......oh wait, WTFDA didn't send you on a cruise. They don't have that kind of money Oh well, I hope you enjoyed the drinks and sandy beaches.
This probably won't really surprise many people hear, but I found it interesting when we were at sea, I really heard very little other than FM broadcast and on-board ship's DMR. I had several search ranges set up on amateur 2 meter, amateur 70 cm, marine band, FRS/GMRS, aircraft, etc. Oh, sure, there was a bit of marine band, but even with land in sight, many/most of the islands had surprisingly little radio activity in the areas that I focused on.
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