Lazer on 6285KHz


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Post Fri Jul 08, 2005 17:35 pm

Lazer on 6285KHz

Lazer on 6285 KHz.
Great idea boys, pity you didn't advertise the move before you did it.
Now it will conflict badly with what we had planned for this weekend, annoucement was to have been made this morning.
Oh well we are all pirates and the airwaves belong to no one and our signal goes over yours into the scandinavian area, so maybe we just come on anyway?
Yours slightly annoyed,
Dave Martin.
Oh BTW if you still have any spare TX's there is afair few freqs on 48 you could also simulcast on.
For any reports on WNKR broadcasts, please Send to wnkr@rock.com
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WNKR website The Commando and Corsair TXs.
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Post Sat Jul 09, 2005 18:32 pm

Laser on 6285

Fair enough no reply to this post or to Lazer's email AD, so we can assumme that it doesn't matter. WHAT EVER WE DO MUST BE OK.
(PROBABLY WON'T DO ANY THING. But what the heck!)
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Post Sun Jul 10, 2005 18:38 pm

WNKR v LHH

It's a bit of a battle, (WNKR on 6284.70 kHz v LHH on 6285 kHz)...

](*,)

If I have to pick sides at the moment, then I would tend to support WNKR.
LHH are already loud and clear on 6218.9 kHz (receiving no QRM from Mystery R. today), and can also use 6210 kHz, it's not as if WNKR have suddenly decided to use this freq out of the blue just to annoy LHH.

Nevermind ... I hope this ain't gonna be the start of an airwaves war ... with nothing but bad feelings ???

:pirateflag:

73's ... Robin

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Post Tue Jul 12, 2005 21:45 pm

laser on 6285khz

Why dos Laser need another frequency :?: :?
They can better use 1 or 2 stronger transmitters, then they can reach much more listeners.
They are already using :
4025khz,
6210khz,
6219khz,
7464khz,
9385khz
And maybe a have missed some frequency's

greetings jan

Just thinking are they beiing payed by the .......... to keep different frequencies in use to prevent that pirates are using them :-k
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Post Fri Jul 15, 2005 13:17 pm

Lazer on 6285KHz, latest update.

There is no update, needless to say Lazer have not bothered to reply to my e-mail. Just thought you would all like to know! It looks like their not intrested in anyone elses thoughts on the subject.
Dave.
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Post Fri Jul 15, 2005 15:04 pm

One frequency per band is quite enough, now they have 3 frequencys in the 48 mb, thats 2 to much.

Greetings Peter J

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Post Sat Jul 16, 2005 12:23 pm

laser 6285khz

I don't hear laser on 6210khz and i can't also not connect to there webside http://laserhothits.port5.com.
Dos anyone heave more information?

greetings jan
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Post Sat Jul 16, 2005 12:56 pm

Lazer on 6285KHz

Jan the link for their website works for me.But try this one as well,
www.radiolink.net/hothits
and you are right they appear to have stopped using 6210.
Dave,
For any reports on WNKR broadcasts, please Send to wnkr@rock.com
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WNKR website The Commando and Corsair TXs.

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