That looks like some pretty heinous splatter on a lot of those signals.
Nasty key clicks. The great thing about having the waterfall display is that it’s pretty easy to watch the pattern of the DX operator and figure out what’s going on…
12m worked well for me from the west coast of VE-land. I am QRP with a 44ft doublet in the attic and the TX6G signal wasn’t great so I left my K2 monitoring. For two brief occasions at the same time on consecutive days, the signal suddenly boomed in with zero pile-up! Squirted my call and full copy – we obviously had a pipeline connection. They then called CQ with no takers until the skip moved on. I wish you the best of luck.
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