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WUN-v12 - Kladblok - Utility DXers Forum
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WUNNEWS Vol 12: Issue 1, January 2006
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Edited by Bill Lawrie
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>From your Electronic Editor:
* Welcome to another issue of the single largest source of utility
station information and the most widely quoted utility station
publication in the world...the WUN Newsletter.
Firstly, may we wish all our members a very happy and prosperous New
Year. Yes, I know it happened a few weeks ago (well, nearly a month ago!)
but this is the first Newsletter since then!! So, Happy New Year.
And now something a bit more serious.
Does the membership want a monthly Newsletter or not - because at the
rate we are going, it is quite likely that you could soon not have one!!
Many months ago, we lost the Aero Column followed by the Military and
Government Frequencies List. Despite numerous requests for new volunteers
to come forward and take over as editors, there was total silence. Then,
a few months ago, pressure of work meant that the Nautical News editor
could no longer continue in the post. Again, there was no response when
we asked for new editors to take over.
However,Day Watson, DR Column editor, very kindly agreed to take over as
Nautical News editor but only on a temporary basis until a permanent
one could be found. Sadly, no-one has come forward and as you will see
from the Nautical News Column this month, this is the last NN Column he
will be producing.
The monthly Newsletter is therefore now down to the AskWUN, DR, N&O, UT
Round-up and Logs Columns with the addition of quarterly Products/Review
and QSL Columns. It only needs a change in the circumstances of one of
the Editors, and more Columns will disappear.
WUN has around 1000 members. There must be some of you out there who
could take on the job of editing one of the missing Columns - so, please
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let's hear from you!! If we do not, the Newsletter will gradually
disappear! Joint editorship is also a possibility if two volunteers come
forward; we could then arrange for you to work together.
Please contact Ary or myself; full support will be given.
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WHAT'S INSIDE:
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Ask Wun by Jim Dunnett
Digital Review by Day Watson
Nautical News by Day Watson
Numbers & Oddities by Ary Boender
QSL Centre by John Stephens
Utility Round-up by Ary Boender
WUN Logs Column by Eddie Bellerby & TEAM LOGS
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ASK WUN
THE INFORMATION STATION FOR WUN MEMBERS
ASK YOUR QUESTIONS HERE AND READ
OCCASIONAL ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST
Jim Dunnett, Editor
[email protected]
January 2006
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This section is here to deal with requests for help and information
to and from WUN members. The column is for you to ask questions; to
locate others with similar interests (even non-HF like SatCom or VHF
aero); to locate or sell equipment; to ask about receiver problems, or
just to ask about anything.
I will also include items of general
interest relating to the hobby from time to time, not necessarily
arising out of questions. If you have a question to ask then ask them
via this section. Send your requests to:- [email protected]
If you want to reply to an item, note the sender's address and
reply direct, or better still send the answer to this column. If
you have found utility-related material which you think may be of
interest to readers, then please let me know about them.
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In this column I shall try to follow the format adopted by Colin
Goodall, my predecessor, with the exception that I cannot take queries
by mail, only by EMail. Should there be no queries by EMail, before
the deadline, I shall pick up any queries which may have been asked
via the list-server.
If it's related to anything having to do with the radio hobby,
you need to ASK WUN. If it doesn't fit anywhere else...it fits here.
This column is here to provide a service to all WUN members to ask
"off topic" questions or offer radio related equipment for sale.
If the column is not supported/needed, it will disappear.
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1. FOLLOW UP TO PREVIOUS NEWSLETTERS
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3. FOR SALE
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Nothing as yet.
4. HELP WANTED
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Mike, in West Sussex, UK asked:
"A good pal of mine want to buy a proper HF radio.
He has flirted with shortwave using scanners and a budget rig but now
wants to move up. Cash is limited as it is with most of us.
My recommendation has always been a FRG100 mainly as I use it and have
come to respect it.
What other radios might he consider on the second hand market please?
Icoms etc."
Address for MSN messenger or Windows Messenger is [email protected]
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Mike also asks:
"Can anyone simply explain how Maximum Usable Frequency and Lower
Usable Frequency can be calculated and used to help utility listeners
like us?
Is there a web site that provides easy to understand information for
various areas around the world?"
I suggested referring to the graphs in the UK's Short Wave Magazine,
but as it ceased publication last month, this was of little help. I
use HF Prop by G4ILO: http://www.tech-prp.net/g4ilo
Address for MSN messenger or Windows Messenger is [email protected]
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Mike goes on to ask:
"A friend has discovered that his fish tank lights are giving him RFI
on his radio. What tips for dealing with this can members suggest?
Would ferrite rings help?
Address for MSN messenger or Windows Messenger is [email protected]
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Mike further asks:
"I would like contact with any SWLs located in Russia to help with a
radio project."
I seem to remember this one being solved, but no matter ...
Address for MSN messenger or Windows Messenger is [email protected]
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Martin Barfield, <[email protected]> asks:
Hi All,
Can anyone give me a technical spec on the aircraft selcal system,
i.e. which tones are which, the send speeds/protocols etc?
I'm looking into a decoder based on a PIC microcontroller.
Also, has anyWUN any experience with the Britelco RX1000 watch
receiver?
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'LEA', [email protected] asks:
"My qth is Sweden and my rig is IC-2725 and a mobile ant.
What is the satellite signal on 252.275 MHz voice + data"
AnyWUN do satellites ?
FLTSATCOM ?
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Anyone using the AOR LA-380 loop?
Bill Riches, WA2DVU <[email protected]> asks:
Any comments on the AOR LA-380 Loop antenna?
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[email protected] is:
looking for a used (because I know there are no new ones) Wavecom
W40 or W41PC. Let me know the price. [email protected]
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Peter Horn,
<[email protected]> asks as follows:
"I came across the group searching for "Eddystone 1650", and notice
that the "who uses what" survey mentions a few. I bought one of these
magnificent-looking beasts recently, missing a few bits. I would
greatly appreciate any documents on this rx - brochure, service
manual, operating manual, etc. If anyone has such, or can tell me
where to find it, I'd love to hear from you.
(Blue Mountains, VK2)"
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John, G4GKX <[email protected]> asks:
"Simple question to all would the replacement of the computer's
original sound card with something better (I'm open to suggestions)
be an advantage when listening to digital modes especially HF and VHF
ACARS many thanks in anticipation.
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That's it for this month, let's have some more questions, please!
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ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST.
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Last month we dealt with a simple log-on and position report.
Here are a couple of examples of misleading messages:
[MPDU 15:36:13 GND SLOT 1 300 BPS ]
[LPDU LOG ON CONFIRM]
ICAO A32FFE ID 7F TXW = 0 D(R) = 0 D(R)vect = 0
[LPDU UNNUMBERED DATA FM GND TO AIR 7E]
[HFNPDU ACARS FM GND TO AIR 7E]
<SOH>2.G-VFOX1_<DEL>T<ETX>i<VT><NUL>
Preamble 600 bps 4.2 sec Interleaver FREQ ERR 17.960078 Hz Errors 1
Here it may appear that the aircraft with the ICAO ID A32FFE is the
airframe G-VFOX.
A/c
Type
Owner
ICAO
Remarks
N304UP
G-VFOX
B767-34AFER
A340-642
UPS UP A32FFE
VIR VS 400926 'Silver Lady'
ex F-WWCM
From the database A32FFE is N304UP, whilst G-VFOX is 400926.
Therefore there are two aircraft involved here and the first
aircraft, N304UP is the one signing on while G-VFOX is being called
by the ground station.
Likewise:
MPDU 15:41:42 GND SLOT 7 300 BPS ]
[LPDU LOG ON CONFIRM]
ICAO 896080 ID 80 TXW = 0 D(R) = 0 D(R)vect = 0
[LPDU UNNUMBERED DATA FM GND TO AIR CO0101]
[HFNPDU ACARS FM GND TO AIR CO0101]
<SOH>2.N191365_<DEL>A<ETX><FS><ENQ><NUL>
Preamble 1200 bps 1.8 sec Interleaver FREQ ERR 10.277429 Hz Errors 0
A/c
A6-ERA
N19136
Type
A340-541
B757-224
Owner ICAO
UAE EK 896080
COA CO A16EC2
Remarks
Ex F-WWTI
Again two different aircraft in what appears to be the same data
burst. A7-ERA logs on; N19365 is called by the ground station.
(Note: Quite often the aircraft's callsign will be followed by an
additional character, in the case above, the final '5' is spurious).
No confusion with this next one:
MPDU 14:49:15 AIR LOGON SLOT 2 300 BPS ]
[LPDU LOG ON RESUME]
ICAO 79C010
[HFNPDU FREQUENCY DATA]
14:49:12 UTC Flight ID = MU554
LAT 56 35 48 N LON 17 38 16 E
Preamble 300 bps 1.8 sec Interleaver FREQ ERR 17.573190 Hz Errors 1
A/c
B-6051
Type
A340-642
Owner ICAO
CES MU 79C010
Remarks
It can be logged:
05544
B-6051: China Eastern A340 Flt No MU554 1449 HFDL Position
report via Bahrain: 5636N 01738E. (11Dec05) (ABC)
Enough for now. In the next part we shall look at one or two
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different types of message (other than position reports) sent by both
ground and airborne stations.
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73 for now,
Jim, (RGA)
<[email protected]>
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01001101# DIGITAL #00011110010100001101010010100011010111000000111001
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0111000111001110000110000111100000100101011001001010111010100011100011
001000101010110100000111000111# REVIEW #00000101110011100001101000101
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0000110100101010110101011010000100101001101001010101010100010101010001
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- Editor: Day Watson
- Nickname on chat channels
E-mail: [email protected]
DayW
Hi digi WUNners
The menu
Aero
Met
Military
Special
Loss of ground frequencies in SPDU
Copenhagen ice charts continuing
4285 from Spain
Reduction in RN VFT channelling
Decoding with LINUX
>>....Aero.....>
::: Loss of ground frequencies in SPDU
When this happens (displays numbers 1-20), and assuming the necessary
registration (PC-HFDL) has been done the System Table may be corrupt
(held in PCHFDL.dat in PC-HFDL). More than likely however ARINC has just
updated the System Table and that in the decoder does not match the one
in use.
Periodically a Ground Station may send an update to an aircraft and if
one is listening to the channel at that time then System Table in the
decoder will also be updated and the display of frequencies in the SPDU
will be restored. This is what happens in PC-HFDL. What happens in
other decoders is not known.
What if one's patience does not stretch and the PC/program is not open
H24. One then has to ask other users if they have the updated file and
request a copy.
Another source is to join the Yahoo specialist group /HFDL where
things like this become available fairly rapidly.
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>>....Met.....>
::: Copenhagen ice charts continuing
Another New Year has come and gone, and the cessation of this service has
yet to take place (as announced for a couple of years ago). Looks like
there has been sufficient pressure from the user base to keep the service
going.
0003 0028 0943 1008 1153 1218 1243 1308 1333 1803 1828z from one of the
the frequencies 5850/9360/13855/17510 kHz.
>>....Military.....>
:::
4285 from Spain
Monitors have logged a series of STANAG 4285 (600bps/L) on (/usb)
2756.2
4277.2
8463.2
12930.7
Indication from past records and propagation is that most of these are
Spanish Navy, Madrid.
Instead of the usual continuous flow of encrypted "garbage" one normally
sees from 4285s it's interesting to note that it spents most of it's time
in an idle state (continuous 0's) giving a short encrypted message(?)
burst every few minutes. Whilst this opens with a typical 010101 string
it is not seen as KG84 as has sometimes been reported.
::: Reduction in RN VFT channelling
The remaining three RN VFT channels, laterly running with two encrypted
channels and a CARB, were noted over the recent holiday period by their
absense. These have returned mid January but with only the CARB,
75bd/340Hz offset at +1785Hz, operational. If one is being pedantic
there is the remnants of one of the old (75bd/850Hz) encrypted channels
idling on it's MARK tone at +2125Hz.
The frequencies concerned are (/usb)
4320.3
6360.3
8640.3
Further change in the offing?
>>....Special.....>
::: Decoding with LINUX
The bulk of applications for decoding and associated with radio
monitoring are shown to run under various shades of Windows OS and still
a few under MS-DOS. For the Mac OS we have Black Cat Systems providing
suitable software. But what for those devotees (or those thinking of
same or on the first rung of the ladder) of LINUX?
First searching has shown:
http://radio.linux.org.au/
http://www.qsl.net/pg4i/linux/
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http://www.dxzone.com/catalog/Software/Linux/
http://www.hffax.de/html/software.htm
but also turned up broken links.
- Some LINUX software referred to
Thanks to Pär Crusefalk for his WUN post:
"Perhaps here:
http://homepage.sunrise.ch/mysunrise/jalocha/mfsk.html "
and subsequent emails.
He says "I've built some stuff on my own, like a terminal emulator for my
tnc, and now I'm involved in the pskmail project. You can find the wiki
for pskmail at: http://pskmail.wikispaces.com/
I also run a pskmail server on 10.148 kHz [10147/usb 1kHz offset] it uses
PSK63 and an excellent software for decoding it is gmfsk:
http://gmfsk.connect.fi/
A beacon is sent on the first minute of the hour and PI4TUE is
just before my server."
He'll be delighted to receive any signal reports.
Par is enthusiastic about it. He reports it is a "very good piece of
software. It's a multimode HF terminal and it's capable of MFSK (MFSK16/8
and Olivia in the beta), RTTY, Throb, PSK31, PSK63, MT63 and Feldhell."
However much of the above is related to the radio amateur world and their
transmission systems.
Can any other LINUX users point the way to other applications, hopefully
covering a wider transmission mode field?
>>....Signoff.....>
Full log book between now and next month.
Regards
Day
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Utility Monitoring in the Maritime Bands
Edited By:
Day Watson
[email protected]
Traffic list:
Globe Wireless network channels
Greek Shippress from Olympia
Maritime HF RT from South America
+++ Globe Wireless network channels
Some 18 months since we had an up-to-date to list of the channels of GW's
maritime network. Our thanks to Peter Kierans, Licensing and Regulatory
Vice-President of Globe Wireless, for this updated (effective 12/Jan/06)
list.
GW uses a proprietary adaptive modem (not Pactor or variant thereof)
employing FSK and PSK techniques to provide an HF data service to the
maritime community.
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Note that, whilst most of the channels operate on omni-directional
antennae, there are a number of directional ones to provide a better
service into specific areas.
€Station
€Shore
€Ship
8PO /Barbados
4376.4
6379.5
8468.0
12680.4
12683.4
17155.4
17158.4
19741.4
19744.4
22461.4
26135.4
4084.4
5912.0
7967.0
12376.5
12372.5
16654.5
16624.5
18862.5
18868.5
22187.5
25156.5
6396.0
8474.0
8517.0
12721.0
12732.0
12892.5
16939.0
16945.0
18591.0
22498.5
5837.5
8308.5
8314.5
12418.5
12370.5
12373.5
16615.5
16648.5
18312.0
22229.5
4430.4
6355.5
8492.0
8690.5
8720.4
12583.5
12831.0
13153.4
16815.5
16947.6
17045.6
17225.5
17273.4
19751.0
22465.0
22787.4
4138.4
6292.5
8355.0
8332.5
8196.4
12481.0
12439.0
12306.4
16692.0
16617.0
16660.5
16630.5
16391.4
18814.4
22271.5
22091.4
4256.0
6430.0
8541.0
12647.0
12673.5
12709.0
12756.5
17066.5
19698.5
19726.0
22456.0
26119.0
4191.5
6292.5
8302.5
12545.0
12457.0
12698.0
12403.5
16557.5
18888.0
18853.5
22223.5
25191.0
9HD /Malta
9MG /Penang
A9M /Bahrain
CPK /Santa Cruz
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13183.4
13189.4
17384.4
17396.4
19762.4
19783.4
19789.4
12336.4
12342.4
16502.4
16514.4
18787.4
18808.4
18814.4
6493.5
8597.0
9157.0
10341.0
13002.0
17408.4
19655.0
6289.5
8346.0
9064.0
10238.5
12430.0
16526.4
19299.0
4273.5
6344.0
8473.0
8497.0
12712.0
12727.0
17079.0
19910.0
4188.5
6298.5
8371.5
8374.5
12469.0
12472.0
16678.5
18823.4
HEC /Bern
HLF /Seoul
KEJ /Honolulu
6439.4 6247.5
8663.4 8338.5
12664.5 12418.5
16923.0 16734.5
26125.4 25141.5
KEM /Nikolski(Aleutian Islands)
6511.4 6210.4
8759.4 8235.4
12632.0 12530.0
13177.4 12330.4
17288.4 16406.4
KFS /San Francisco
4295.4
6368.5
6436.4
8526.4
8609.0
10349.0
13036.5
13039.5
13056.4
13059.4
13069.4
13072.4
16820.0
17186.0
17189.0
17211.4
17378.4
19687.5
22557.0
4183.0
6286.5
6253.5
8323.5
8320.5
10183.0
12460.0
12553.0
12475.0
12424.0
12400.5
12382.5
16697.0
16633.5
16639.5
16608.5
16496.4
18877.0
22262.5
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KHF /Guam
6374.0
7723.0
8456.0
10186.0
12691.5
12814.5
16906.0
16909.0
18211.5
19733.5
22464.0
26155.4
6279.0
7321.0
8298.4
10156.0
12421.0
12551.0
16642.5
16645.5
18193.0
18896.5
22250.5
25080.4
KPH /San Francisco
4459.0
6360.0
8453.0
8606.0
8618.0
8762.4
10203.0
13014.0
13017.0
13159.4
17372.4
19730.5
22554.0
4445.0
6289.5
8326.5
8343.0
8370.0
8238.4
10162.0
12409.5
12427.0
12312.4
16490.4
18887.5
22241.5
LFI /Rogaland
4262.0
5768.0
6467.0
8683.5
8705.5
11145.0
12660.0
12678.0
16926.0
LSD836
4194.5
5421.0
6250.5
8349.0
8317.5
10415.0
12454.0
12436.0
16572.5
/Buenos Aires
4403.4
6502.4
8459.0
8594.0
12736.0
12779.0
13123.4
16976.0
17249.4
19706.0
19754.0
22600.0
4111.4
6201.4
8311.5
8335.5
12379.5
12445.0
12276.4
16560.5
16367.4
18850.5
18856.5
22259.5
SAB /Goeteborg
3264.4
4259.0
4347.0
5315.0
5433.0
6352.0
6478.0
8489.0
3159.5
4166.5
4188.5
5295.0
5388.0
6244.5
6235.5
8325.0
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8591.0
8602.0
10360.0
10746.0
12617.0
12641.0
12818.0
12851.0
16854.5
16868.0
17024.0
17198.0
19708.0
19736.4
22469.4
22534.5
8305.5
8352.0
10330.0
10213.0
12514.5
12539.0
12388.5
12397.5
16731.5
16750.0
16630.5
16568.0
18847.5
18859.5
22211.5
22280.5
VCS /Halifax
6427.0 6295.5
8675.5 8358.0
13033.5 12463.0
17234.5 16672.5
22590.0 22246.5
VCT /Tors Cove
4566.4
6523.4
8615.0
8690.5
10166.4
13162.4
13914.0
13940.0
13946.0
13983.0
14945.0
14948.0
16912.0
17237.5
17402.4
18602.0
18614.0
19786.4
19798.4
22660.5
22679.5
22694.5
5289.4
6222.4
8361.0
8332.5
10253.4
12315.4
13488.0
13520.0
13543.0
13567.0
14658.0
14666.0
16620.5
16627.5
16520.4
18233.0
18244.5
18811.4
18823.4
22256.5
22265.5
22268.5
6464.0
8699.5
10455.5
12655.0
13045.5
13053.5
13063.5
13066.5
17205.0
17214.0
17217.0
17220.0
17240.5
19682.0
19685.0
19724.0
6286.5
8352.0
10319.5
12558.0
12466.0
12412.5
12448.0
12451.0
16621.5
16627.5
16636.0
16669.5
16663.5
18871.5
18874.5
18865.5
VIE /Darwin
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22442.0
22682.5
22691.5
26124.0
22350.0
22274.5
22253.5
25166.5
6316.5
6327.5
8428.5
12596.5
12604.0
12626.0
12629.0
16824.5
16827.5
16871.0
16877.0
19695.5
19701.5
19722.0
22430.0
22436.0
6265.0
6281.5
8388.5
12494.0
12501.5
12524.0
12527.0
16701.5
16705.5
16753.0
16759.0
18885.0
18891.0
18868.0
22338.0
22344.0
4225.0
4336.4
4406.4
4436.4
5077.5
5121.5
5367.0
6327.0
6334.0
6431.4
7753.0
7793.3
8672.4
12612.5
12624.5
12963.5
12966.5
13027.5
16942.0
17375.4
18224.0
22385.5
26143.0
4185.8
4200.5
4114.4
4144.4
4845.0
4848.0
5245.9
6281.0
6297.0
6256.5
7718.0
7827.0
8329.5
12511.0
12522.5
12394.5
12415.5
12391.5
16666.5
16493.4
18203.5
22293.5
25169.5
VJS /Perth
WNU /Slidell
XSV /Tianjin
6484.5 6235.5
8617.0 8346.0
12822.0 12433.0
17132.0 16675.5
22688.0 22243.5
ZLA /Awarua
6456.0
8668.0
12740.0
17170.4
19736.4
22469.4
26132.8
6244.5
8643.0
12430.0
16651.5
18859.5
22211.5
25138.5
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ZSC /Capetown
4274.0
6399.0
8446.0
12644.0
14728.0
16895.0
16901.0
18318.0
19689.5
19692.5
22540.0
26132.5
4156.5
5873.0
8017.5
12542.0
14370.0
16777.0
16783.0
18169.5
18879.0
18882.0
22277.5
25129.5
+++ Greek Shippress from Olympia
Olympia Radio, Athens daily transmits press bulletins in Greek for ships.
These can be heard on
RT (/usb)
8776 13134
17341
22720
Sitor/B (assigned)
8424 12603.5 16830.5
22387.5
at
1145
1945
at
0600
1300
2100z
+++ Maritime HF RT from South America
Look for signals on the currently listed Maritime HF RT channels from
Argentina, Brazil and Chile.
Coast
Ship
ITU
Call
4125
4146
4357
4366
4369
4381
4387
4393
4402
4411
4417
4429
4435
4125
4146
4065
4074
4077
4089
4095
4101
4110
4119
4125
4137
4143
----[ 401]
[ 404]
[ 405]
[ 409]
[ 411]
[ 413]
[ 416]
[ 419]
[ 421]
[ 425]
[ 427]
Various GMDSS RT
Many Chilean stations
Valparaiso$%
Rio, Belem, Itajai, Juncao, Valparaiso
Belem, Itajai, Valparaiso
Rio, Juncao
Argentina#
Argentina#
Rio
Juncao, Valparaiso
Many Chilean stations,Valparaiso
Valparaiso
Valparaiso
6501
6507
6510
6516
6522
6200
6206
6209
6215
6221
[
[
[
[
[
601]
603]
604]
606]
608]
Valparaiso
Argentina#
Valparaiso
Valparaiso
Argentina#
8707
8713
8719
8734
8737
8740
8743
8755
8761
8767
8773
8776
8779
----8195
8210
8213
8216
8219
8231
8237
8767
8249
8250
8255
[
[
[
[
[
[
[
[
[
[
[
[
[
834]
836]
801]
806]
807]
808]
809]
813]
815]
817]
819]
820]
821]
Valparaiso
Valparaiso
Valparaiso
Argentina#
Valparaiso
Argentina#
Valparaiso
Valparaiso
Valparaiso
Valparaiso
Rio, Belem, Juncao, Manaus, Olinda
Argentina#
Belem, Olinda
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[
[
[
[
[
822]
824]
828]
830]
832]
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Belem, Rio
Juncao, Manaus, Olinda
Manaus, Rio, Juncao
Rio, Manaus
Manaus
8782
8788
8800
8806
8812
8258
8264
8276
8282
8288
13089
13101
13107
13116
13131
13137
13143
13158
13164
13173
13179
12242
12254
12260
12269
12284
12290
12296
12311
12317
12326
12332
[1205]
[1209]
[1211]
[1214]
[1219]
[1221]
[1223]
[1228]
[1230]
[1233]
[1235]
Argentina#
Belem
Olinda
Rio
Rio, Olinda
Belem, Olinda
Juncao
Belem, Juncao
Argentina#
Juncao
Argentina#
17242
17257
17272
17278
17302
17386
16360
16375
16390
16396
16420
16504
[1601]
[1606]
[1611]
[1613]
[1621]
[1649]
Argentina#
Olinda
Rio
Rio
Olinda
Rio
22756
22807
22822
22831
22843
22846
22060
22111
22126
22135
22147
22150
[2221]
[2238]
[2243]
[2246]
[2250]
[2251]
Olinda
Rio, Olinda
Rio
Rio
Rio
Rio
# Argentina/LSD836.
Tfc list all frequencies 0000 0300 0600 0900 1200 1500 1800 2100z
$ Valparaiso/CBV
Wx forecast in Spanish at 1235 2335z
% Valparaiso/CBV
Traffic lists every H+00
+++ Signoff
and with that, and the apparent lack of interest in maritime matters (no
column input received or applications for the Editor's position), this is
the final offering by your currently temporary scribe. Unless a WUNner
from the over a 1000 membership comes forward to take up the reins yet
another column disappears from the WUN Newsletter.
Regards
Day
-----------------------NUMBERS & ODDITIES
the Spooks Newsletter
edition #102; December 2005
________________________________________________________________________
Editor: Ary Boender ([email protected])
NUMBERS & ODDITIES website: http://home.luna.nl/~ary
ONLINE DATABASE: Chris Smolinski ([email protected])
http://www.spynumbers.com/numbersDB/
________________________________________________________________________
First of all I wish all WUN members, contributors and readers of N&O a
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very good and healthy 2006.
Persisting PC problems caused a lot of problems in the last few weeks
of December. It started with a malfunctioning hard disk followed by a
defective mother board. A lot of data has been recovered but I don't
know if the files are still readable. These problems were the reason why
N&O did not appear in WUN's December newsletter.
Contributors to the December N&O: Fritz, Vladimir, Jim, Trond, Klaus,
IARUMS, Mike (much time for the hobby while being injured), Sferix,
Jochen, John, Igor, Leif, Hugh, Glenn, Hugh, Peter, John, Maciej,
Mathias and everyone who prefers to be unnamed. Thanks for your efforts,
gentlemen.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0On December 25, Mathias Kropf has issued the 2005 Clandestine Activity
Survey. Although clandestine stations are not covered in N&O, I regularly
mention the jammers that are chasing them.
2005 Clandestine Activity Survey
In 2005 the activity of political clandestine stations broadcasting on
shortwave has decreased by almost 3 % to 1195 WBHs (Weekly Broadcasting
Hours). This is the lowest level of activity since 1999.
The activity of clandestine stations with target areas on the Asian
continent has decreased by almost 9 % to 841 WBHs. Activity on the
African
continent, however, has increased by 51 % to now 192 WBHs. Very little
has
changed on the American continent where activity is now at 162 WBHs.
The three most active target areas worldwide are Iraq with 225 WBHs (-107
when compared with one year ago), Afghanistan with 190 WBHs (+25) and
North
Korea with 168 WBHs (unchanged).
The number of different target areas active worldwide has increased by
one
to 25. It should be noted that all four new (or reactivated) target areas
are on the African continent (Senegal, Somalia, Gambia and Cameroon). On
the other hand, Lebanon, Colombia and Papua New Guinea are no longer
thought to be active.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* VOICE STATIONS *
::: E03
See also the DTMF item under Various Modes.
Lincolnshire Poacher idents compiled by Al.
First half of December.
UTC
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
UTC
------------------------------------------------------------------1200
29223
29223
29223
29223
29223
29223
29223
1200
1300
90655
90655
90655
90655
90655
90655
90655
1300
1400
08572
16560
49260
67885
29223
08873
31979
1400
1500
31979
08572
16560
49260
67885
29223
41361
1500
1600
41361
31979
08572
16560
49260
67885
08873
1600
1700
08873
41361
31979
08572
16560
49260
29223
1700
1800
29223
08873
41361
31979
08572
16560
67885
1800
1900
67885
90655
08873
90655
31979
08572
90655
1900
2000
90655
29223
90655
41361
90655
31979
49260
2000
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2100
2200
49260
16560
67885
49260
29223
67885
08873
29223
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41361
08873
90655
41361
16560
08572
2100
2200
Second half of December
UTC
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
UTC
------------------------------------------------------------------1200
69483
69483
69483
69483
69483
69483
69483
1200
1300
32331
32331
32331
32331
32331
32331
32331
1300
1400
42012
03235
08576
77980
69483
54434
15871
1400
1500
15871
42012
03235
08576
77980
69483
84438
1500
1600
84438
15871
42012
03235
08576
77980
54434
1600
1700
54434
84438
15871
42012
03235
08576
69483
1700
1800
69483
54434
84438
15871
42012
03235
77980
1800
1900
77980
32331
54434
32331
15871
42012
32331
1900
2000
32331
69483
32331
84438
32331
15871
08576
2000
2100
08576
77980
69483
54434
84438
32331
03235
2100
2200
03235
08576
77980
69483
54434
84438
42012
2200
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: E03a (E04)
- Cherry Ripe idents. Compiled by Tomonori
Period 30 Oct. - 4 Nov.
UTC
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
UTC
--------------------------------------------------------2200
76523
80205
71163
76523
2200
2300
70807
71163
76523
71163
2300
0000
71163
?????
70807
70807 0000
0100
?????
?????
?????
????? 0100
1000
70807
?????
80205
????? 1000
1100
70807
70807
70807
70807
????? 1100
1200
80205
?????
76523
????? 1200
1300
70807
70807
70807
70807
????? 1300
- Period 6-11 Nov.
UTC
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
UTC
--------------------------------------------------------2200 ????? 76523
80205
71163
76523
2200
2300 76523 70807
71163
76523
71163
2300
0000
70807
71163
76523
70807
76523 0000
0100
?????
?????
?????
?????
????? 0100
1000
?????
?????
70807
?????
70807 1000
1100
70807
70807
70807
70807
70807 1100
1200
70807
8020?
70807
76523
70807 1200
1300
70807
70807
70807
70807
70807 1300
- Period 13-18 Nov.
UTC
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
UTC
--------------------------------------------------------2200 80205 ?????
61875
48584
23876
2200
2300 76523 23876
48584
23876
48584
2300
0000
70807
48584
23876
70807
????? 0000
0100
?????
?????
?????
?????
????? 0100
1000
76523
?????
?????
?????
????? 1000
1100
?????
70807
70807
70807
70807 1100
1200
?????
?????
?????
?????
????? 1200
1300
?????
70807
70807
70807
70807 1300
- Period 20-25 Nov.
UTC
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
UTC
--------------------------------------------------------Pagina 17
2200
2300
0000
0100
1000
1100
1200
1300
61875
23876
23876
70807
70807
48584
?????
70807
?????
70807
?????
48584
48584
23876
?????
70807
?????
70807
48584
23876
23876
70807
?????
70807
?????
?????
WUN-v12
?????
48584
70807
70807
?????
?????
?????
?????
70807
61875
70807
70807
?????
70807
2200
2300
0000
0100
1000
1100
1200
1300
- Period 27 Nov. - 2 Dec.
UTC
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
UTC
--------------------------------------------------------2200 61875 ?????
?????
?????
87912
2200
2300 23876 ?????
?????
?????
91700
2300
0000
70807
?????
?????
91700
11536 0000
0100
48584
?????
?????
11536
38714 0100
1000
?????
?????
?????
?????
????? 1000
1100
?????
?????
?????
?????
????? 1100
1200
?????
?????
?????
87912
????? 1200
1300
?????
?????
?????
?????
????? 1300
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: E10
I received 3 logs from 8 November, all between 1750 and 1800 UTC for
this transmission: CLX2 "Charlie Lima X-Ray Two". Interesting, I haven't
seen any logs of this one before.
During a couple of days in December, "ABC" was heard on its usual freq
6428 kHz. The last log that I saw of this call was back in July.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: E22
E22 activity by Mikesndbs
Sound clips can be found on Mike's E22 page.
http://mysite.wanadoo-members.co.uk/thesecretsiteofmike/e22/e22.htm
December has proved to be a very interesting month for E22!
Starting on December 2nd at 09:23 a Huge carrier came up with a loud
50hz mains hum (S+10).
Indian music was then broadcast at various signal levels.
Carrier dropped and came back quite often then stabilized.
Carrier and music stopped at 09:30.
Carrier noted briefly at 09:35.
11:40 noted a +20db carrier with buzz on 15040 dropped off by 11:44
More large carriers and tones from 11:47. Someone is busy on 15040!
11:47 Music with a western beat but still sounding Indian! S+20bd.
Sunday 4th December on 15040 10:07 thanks to a tip from a friend I
found E22 calling Foxtrot Yankee Six FY6 in AM very Loud S9. There
was a carrier up on 17387 at 10:08 but the tx had ended.
Later I made the following logs for E22:
15040 11:00 calling Lima Whisky four
17387 11:00 calling LW4
15040 11:06 calling LW4 with slight echo! Carrier drop at 11:07
17387 11:06 calling LW4 carrier and buzz dropped 11:08
15040 12:00 calling Sierra Yankee two.
17387 12:00 calling SY2 (many clicks and thumps on mic prior to tx)
15040 12:06 calling SY2 tx ends 07 carrier drops 07 and 20s
17387 12:06 calling SY2 tx ends 07 carrier/buzz drops.
Wednesday 07th December produced the following:
Large carriers (+10db) up at 07:39 on 15040 and 17387 AM
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15040
15040
17387
15040
17387
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08:05 carrier back on 17387 only.
08:21 tones +20db now.
becomes active now, background noise and mic noise.
08:29 tones up on both now.
08:30 E22 calling FP3 tone up 07:29 carrier drops 08:37 25s
08:30 E22 calling FP3 tone up 07:29 distorted audio, carrier drops
08:39 open mic until then.Much mic noise and background sound.
08:35 E22 FP3
08:35 E22 FP3
Nothing was heard from E22 until 14/12/05 Wednesday.
Suddenly at 07:17 on 17387 a carrier came up then to my surprise I heard
a English speaking man start talking about Sri Lanka and cricket! He then
handed over to his colleague who started speaking in a foreign language
that sounded very like the one of my sound clips of E22 recorded
22/07/2005 from 13:59.
Strong (S9) carriers came up on 15040 and 17837 with the usual tone,
then 15040 signal dropped off at 09:58.
17837 still active 09:59 and 45s tone came up.
10:01 and 20 tone stops and the sound of mic opening but no voice!
Tone started again at 10:01 and 50 s then everything dropped at
10:02 and 15s.
E22 having trouble?
Then on 15040 at 11:00 E22 called QR7 much hum S9 - +10 and on 17387
11:05 QR7 again.
15040 12:00 calling YB8 S9 some fades,
17387 12:05 calling YB8 S7 deterioration on this FQ
What no 13:00 tx? Oh yes there was :-) A big surprise I found E22 on
11620 at 13:00 calling DS2 then again at 13:05 calling DS2. One of All
India Radios busy frequencies!
Spurred on by this I started making more enquiries and with the help of
some monitors in India I eventually contacted All India Radio who
admitted
these were tests sent by them! So E22 has been cracked.!!!
Full story and pdf document is available from the Enigma 2000 group.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/enigma2000/
Cheers for now and please have a very happy Christmas and a great new
year.
Mike.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: E25
Quite active on 9450 kHz. Reported at 1205, 1245 and 1345 UTC on 6 Dec.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: V07
V07 has been heard on 13552 kHz at 0620 UTC on 17 Nov. with "159 000".
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: V13
Like last month, New Star was again often reported in December on 8300
kHz. The signal was weak in most cases.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
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::: V26
The Chinese LSB station is alive and kicking on 13029 kHz with 3FGs
messages.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* MORSE STATIONS *
::: MX
Most of the cluster beacons were heard on the usual frequencies.
Beacon "C" however disappeared from 10872 and popped up on 10972 kHz
on 7 and 10 Dec. Thanks for the tip, Fritz.
Channel markers:
L - 3202.7 kHz
P - 2331, 4051, 4899 kHz
R - 5465.8 kHz
The location of the "S" beacon has often been discussed. Arkhangelsk
was mostly mentioned as possible location. Murmansk is another one.
Neither one is correct, though. The location is Severomorsk, near
Murmansk. Severomorsk is the big military port and airfield complex,
Murmansk is 99% civilian. Arkhangelsk is largely abandoned except for
units supporting the building and trials of vessels.
The "A' beacon is located in the Baku area, probably in or near
Astrakan.
A
C
D
F
K
M
P
S
-
probably Astrakhan
Moscow
Sevastopol
Vladivostok
Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy
Magadan
Kaliningrad
Severomorsk
"What is the purpose of these beacons?" is a frequently asked question.
Well, they were originally used by Naval Aviation units for direction
finding/homing before the days of GPS/GLOSNAS; back when the Russians
had terrible Inertial Navigation gear. Basically, they helped the
airplanes find their way home when operating over water. Most Russian
aircraft these days are capable of pretty good open ocean navigation,
so they aren't as relevant any longer. Nowadays, they probably still
have that backup role, but are mostly used as propagation beacons.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M13
1-12,
2-12,
2-12,
4-12,
4-12,
5-12,
5-12,
5-12,
5-12,
6-12,
7-12,
7-12,
2100
2100
2100
2003
2100
2000
2100
2000
2100
2000
0700
0730
UTC,
UTC,
UTC,
UTC,
UTC,
UTC,
UTC,
UTC,
UTC,
UTC,
UTC,
UTC,
7824
4121
7824
5228
5228
6273
6273
5098
5098
6273
9056
8873
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
253
284
253
261
261
517
517
261
261
517
823
474
258/21
255/22
258/21
299/21
299/21
260/21
260/21
299/21
299/21
260/21
255/22
255/21
(3 mins late)
(repeat of 2000)
(repeat of 2000)
(repeat of 2000)
Copied by Fritz.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
Pagina 20
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::: M18
The pseudo time signal station is now on 3803 kHz. It transmits the time
as UTC+3 hours.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M21
The backup/training system of the Russian Air Defense was heard on the
following frequencies in December:
3322, 4951.5, 5860, 5873, 6823.5 kHz: Id "0"
3823.5 kHz: Id "8"
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M22
Israeli navy, Haifa (c/s 4XZ) is still using CW on a couple of freqs.
CW transmissions were noted on 2680, 4331, 6379 kHz. On 18-12 the freq
drifted to 2681 kHz but it was back on 2680 kHz on the 19th. 12002 kHz
replaced 4331 on 1 Dec. for one day only.
PSK modem transmissions were noted on 4431, 4520, 6618 and 8780 kHz.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M41
CIS Mil network copied by Fritz on
4603 kHz: 2058 UTC, 02-12:
482132273....
3301 kHz: 1600 UTC, 09-12:
4959 kHz: 1600 UTC, 09-12:
5204 kHz: 1530 UTC, 15-12:
YJW3 ... wzd 9735 482132273052300 abv 9735
4K7U rptd 3 mins, later messages //4959 kHz
4K7U rptd 3 mins, later messages //3301 kHz
447151349725518 ....
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M89
"V CP17 CP17 CP17 de L9CC L9CC"
"V B7TZ B7TZ B7TZ de 8PNX 8PNX"
"V T3AP T3AP T3AP de QF3K QF3K"
on 7000, 7006.5, 7031.7, 7059.6,
7064, 7066, 7068.7, 7078, 7083 kHz.
on 4928 kHz.
on 5727 kHz.
M89 variant "VVV Q2M Q2M Q2M de NYZ NYZ". The location is still not
confirmed. China or S.E. Asia is the most likely location.
Frequencies: 4860 and 6840 kHz.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* VARIOUS MODES *
::: XSL - The Japanese naval telemetry stations have been heard on the
following frequencies: 2578, 2656.5, 4152.5, 4231, 4290.5,
5807, 6249.5, 6416.5, 6444.5, 8312.5, 8587.5, 8703 kHz.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: X06 (Mazielka) / M42
6802 kHz: Russian intel, Russia. 1643 UTC, 29 Dec.
Mode: BAUDOT 200.33Bd/500Hz. Auto broadcasting multi figure
group message to recipient "99"
6832 kHz: Russian intel, Russia. 1625 UTC, 4 Dec.
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7810 kHz:
10860 kHz:
10862 kHz:
10172 kHz:
12157 kHz:
13879 kHz:
14827 kHz:
15872 kHz:
16025 kHz:
16295 kHz:
17430 kHz:
18274 kHz:
18346 kHz:
19926 kHz:
WUN-v12
Mode: BAUDOT 200.33Bd/500Hz. Auto broadcasting multi figure
group message to recipient "98"
Russian diplo. 1316 UTC, 10 Dec. Mode: BAUDOT 50Bd/500Hz.
Sending 5FGs to LKF after 11100 00031 preamble.
Mazielka calls. 1327 UTC, 23 Dec. Four tones, two of them
very long.
Mazielka calls. 1335 UTC, 13 Dec.
Russian intel, Russia. 1240 UTC, 3 Dec.
Mode: BAUDOT 200.33Bd/500Hz. Auto broadcasting multi figure
group message to recipient "242"
Mazielka calls. 1020 UTC, 7 Dec.
Dep. of State Comms, Moscow. 0836 UTC, 28 Dec.
Mode: MFSK-32/CROWD36 40Bd. Offline 5FG crypto to unid
embassy on link #00028
Dep. of State Comms, Moscow. 0730 UTC, 30 Dec.
Mode: MFSK-32/CROWD36 40Bd. Offline crypto to unid embassy
on link #00041
Dep. of State Comms, Moscow. 0720 UTC, 27 Dec.
Mode: MFSK-32/CROWD36 40Bd. Offline crypto to "JUA" on
link #50035
Mazielka calls. 1335 UTC, 27 Dec. 6 tone selcall, tone
sequence 720 750 782 816 853 896 hertz
Dep. of State Comms, Moscow. 1135 UTC, 30 Dec. Mode: 24.9Bd
FSK alerting system, no follow-on TX noted
Mazielka calls. 1036 UTC, 7 Dec.
Dep. of State Comms, Moscow. 1034 and 1430 UTC, 29 Dec.
Mode: MFSK-32/CROWD36 40Bd/10Bd. 5LG offline crypto to unid
embassy on link #00096
Mazielka calls. 1000 UTC, 1 Dec.
Dep. of State Comms, Moscow. 1130 UTC, 30 Dec. Mode: 24.9Bd
FSK alerting system, no follow-on TX noted
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-
* UNID STATIONS *
We received a number of logs of unid stations from Attu, Igor, Glenn
and Fritz. If you know who these guys are, please mail me.
::: UNID 1
Igor sent us two logs of unid stations.
3095 kHz, 1630 UTC, 4 Dec. Fast morse.
63x59 71ttt
4tx59 71ttt
56x59 xxxtt
63x58 7t6tt
5tx58 7t2tt
58x56 81tt1
83x55 81t7t
9ax58 8t2t2
63x6t xxxtt
97x56 81t7t
71x57 5t2tt
5tx57 7t2tt
67x58 6t2tt
65x56 8t2tt
72159 xxxt2
34354 7t4t2
86x67 7t81t
38x56 7t2tt
54x55 xxx1t
47x54 xxxt2
46x54 7t4t2
5tx53 8t2t2
vvv vvv vvv
xxxxx xxxxx58t8t
xxxxx xxxxx94t8t
xxxxx xxxxx15t8t
xxxxx xxxxx79t8t
xxxxx xxxxx6118t
xxxxx x15t932872
tttxx x85t89--8t
xxxxx x6t8t3tt8t
xxxxx xxxxx68874
tttxx x851tt5t8t
xxxxx xxxxx16t8t
xxxxx xxxxx8tt8t
xxxxx xxxxx37t8t
xxxxx xxxxx2718t
xxxxx xxxxx6528t
xxxxx xxxxx28474
xxxxx x46t15tt8t
xxxxx xxxxx39879
xxxxx x85t78288t
xxxxx x851t2388t
xxxxx x85157188t
xxxxx x85t6
(rptd)
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::: UNID 2
6299 kHz, 1243 UTC, 30 Nov. 3
v baku
t3/28 11t5 13tt
t4/29 11t5 173t
t5/28 11t5 13tt
t7/5t
12/43 2tt1t
3t/512 31/t5tt
3t/445 31/t13t
3t/483 31/tt3t
3t/1t1 31/143t
3t/484 31/tt3t
3t/549 31/t13t
3t/542 31/t13t
3t/673 31/t13t
3t/433 31/tt3t
3t/45t 31/t1tt
3t/412 31/tt3t
42/214t96 nou0e 5r = kmpenew ar nil
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: UNID 3
Another unid comes from Attu in Alaska.
3770 kHz, 1827 UTC, 4 Dec. Mode: FSK-CW
1827 UTC: CQ CQ CQ = 334 68 85 22 415 K
1832 UTC: CQ CQ CQ = 622 76 39 38 498 K
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: UNID 4
Two unids from Fritz:
4993 kHz, daily at 1600 UTC. "J3VT" repeated for 2 mins, then EOT.
Note: This station is active in the Winter for years. It used call
UXSF in 2003 and is J3VT since 2004. No message was heard so far.
The call is hand sent. Signal strength varies, sometimes up to S9
+30 in Zuerich.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: UNID 5
6998.5 kHz, 1545 UTC, 22 Dec.
...=kapit=sudna=zaharenko=aw=zaharenko=aw=grgr=rfrf=nu=nu=goda=
komada=uuu=grgr=....etc (Addressee confirms)
Note: This is the QRG of pirat HWK7 in Loreto (I). On July 13th
a similar message has been sent: "...=osuq=osuq=koncolx=koncolx=
za=za=revimon=revimon=ZSL ? k
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: UNID 6
Frequency: 8362 kHz
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"I hear this CW with weird chars again that I had logged on the 7th and
the 14th." says Glenn. "The characters were long enough to be numbers but
they did not make any sense. AnyWUN have a clue? As the last times, it
will go dead again at 07:00 UTC."
Soundclip at http://www.vambo.org/8362khz_12-14-2005_0655utc.wav
On the 20th we received a message from Trond who writes "Hello Glenn and
WUNners. Interesting sound clip. Start of the recording - / --.-. / .../ .-.-.. / .-.. / --.-.- / .. / -..- / -.- / .- / .-... / --.-. / ..
/ -.-.- / ....- / ...-. / -. / -- / short pause .-. / .-. / ..... / -/ - / ---.. end of recording.
So we have; T / unid / V / unid / L / unid / I / X / CT / unid / unid /
I / CT / unid / VE / N / M / short pause, then; R / R / 5 / M / T / 8
Even though there are some punctuations in the text fragment, it is not
certain that their meaning here is the same as the original meaning.
CT = Commence Traffic and VE = Understood.
- RR5 and MT8 could be receiver and sender ??
- Is the first "T" a single letter, or part of a word ??
- Any patterns in the other transmissions you have heard ??"
Clues anyone???
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: PIRATE BEACONS
4102.3 kHz: "W" followed by 7 dots. Possibly located in Arizona.
Heard on 20 Dec.
8000.6 kHz: "S" in Arizona. Heard on 13 Dec.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: XX7 ODDITY
I received a note from Klaus that he has heard the propagation logger
again on 3207 kHz and higher frequencies. Klaus writes: "The xx7 Oddity.
Unid propagation logger, RUS or UKR. FSK burst @100 bps, then in 10 s/1
MHz steps up to 9207. At times responding(?) station heard. Also at 1837
and 1847. Not logged on xx007 + 200 kHz before.
Thanks for the note, Klaus.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: DTMF
A DTMF station popped up on 6959 kHz on 27 Dec. at 2348 UTC. Bob reports
the station that transmitted four times "666" in DTMF, then series of
numbers. Female voice. This is one of the frequencies of the Lincolnshire
Poacher. I wonder if there is a connection.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* MILITARY STATIONS *
::: RUSSIAN/CIS/UKRAINIAN CW & SSB STATIONS
18.1 Russian mil: RDL. Tx site Tashkent. Modes: CW + Bee 36/50 75Hz
//8508//17460 kHz
27.3 Russian mil: RDL. Unid tx site. Modes: CW + Bee 36/50 75Hz
shift. "RDL RDL RDL 48229 88862 48229 88862 48229 88862 k"
"RDL RDL RDL 1949t 28651 1949t 28651 1949t 28651 k"
"RDL RDL RDL 86147 15227 86147 15227 86147 15227 k"
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583
2558
3190
3192
3207
3229
3348
3354
3582
3775
3826
3863
7018
8008
8506
8138
14092
17460
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"RDL RDL RDL 2t844 t3365 2t844 t3365 2t844 t3365 k"
"RDL RDL RDL 86147 15227 86147 15227 86147 15227 k"
Trond heard this station on various dates and times. Bearings from
around the globe are very welcome to identify the unid transmitter
site on 27.3 kHz. The early morning transmission (0629 UTC)is most
likely from one of the far-east sites.
Russian navy Kaliningrad: RMP. Quite active on 15 Dec.
Mode: CW 17 wpm. "= sml = 11111 71987 97295 473t3 ()9933 4t681
499t8 84616 54173 775 noise noise 29755 t2647 72458 1894t 42846
fading out, broadcast ended with "15t99 ="
Broadcast to REO, with wx forecast; "reo reo reo de rmp rmp qtc
55t 47 15 2315 55t = sml = baltijskoe more opoweqenie nr 323
øtormowoe preduprevdenie sewerozapadnom wetre 16 tire 20 porywy
23 ms po rajonu 4 zamenÿetsÿ na øtormowoe sewerozapadnom 15
tire (??)8 ms øtormowoe pa" then fading and drowning in commercial
bcast qrm.
CIS mil: IV6T
CIS mil: Communication checks with OA5N, M3QI, KOAW, QKS8.
Simplex net.
Russian navy: RMP: HQ Baltic Fleet Kaliningrad. "REO de RPM QTC
124 63 1 2031 124 = Wsem sudam dejstwuüqie prip Kaliningrad na
0200000 dekabrx ... 213 215 = AR.
Russian mil: APDS comms check with P4OA, ZL3M, 8Y2M, DAX6.
Russian mil: W9O4, AHQ3, I3MT, QSLR, 3SKL, JW6Q, M7AR. r
Ukrainian mil: 1PPT calls 4MWM with ZGJ ZUZ ZZX QYT5 K. Then QRJ?
QYT5; QRJ3 QYT5. QTY5 mode is unknown.
CIS mil: 6JOS:
Russian mil: 4LG msg to unid
Ukrainian mil: GNLH comms check with MH6V, 8GT2, H6OW, G76L,
XXN3, KNXX.
Ukrainian mil: D6Z2, EYIL, MHVC, BESG, OKQB, MLXU, QCEC, FHY6,
NBFD, 8ODS
Ukrainian mil: Strategic flash message: "XXX XXX ESUP
ESUP 82465 hANTAV 6535". Comms check with 2X1P, PO7T, NDCX,
O2YN, KWNP, M5HA, KA4I, EE3N, YLWP, YE8Q, 6ENB, C9F7, MYSD,
BTCV, M9ZL, 8AYI, E7BD, PROX, QAI3, BVTP, GPAS, CKT6, 3QZR, CUPR,
KNI9, 8RVU, ELK7, SG7R, GZX1. Flash messages: "XXX XXX ESUP ESUP
47292 ABAVUR 9776" and "XXX XXX ESUP ESUP 89141 hANOWNYJ 6054"
(h = - - - -)
Russian Air Force: REA.
"DE REA4 = 1614T 27627 6556T 3T4T3 1TT78 885TT 23672 86T
CIS mil. Morse opchat: OK ZQX ZYF then QSYs to 8138 kHz.
Russian mil: RDL. Tx site Tashkent. //18.1//17460 kHz
CIS mil. See 8606 kHz.
Russian mil: RGT77
Russian mil: RDL. Tx site Tashkent. //18.//8508 kHz
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: OTHER MILITARY STATIONS
2120
2750
Polish mil. Short messages, all beginning with "Uwaga! Tu Warmia"
VC6: Estonian Military 1737 clg RX1 who responds, and OV5.
Mil-style voice comms in Russian in background
5206.0 Unid NATO? net. Radio check between CONTROL and KA, KC, KE, KG,
KK, MXU. CONTROL with Dutch accent, KA German, KE, KK, MXU
British. Mode: USB.
6992.5 UK Sea Cadet net with MFJ03: Sea Cadet Corps Assistant SCHQ Staff
Officer, MFM01, MFL33: Dulwich, MFP34: Isle of Man, MFJ04, MFM62:
Belfast, Eagle Milewater Basin, MFQ15: Jersey. Callups and
traffic.
Calls from SCC Comms Training Manual.
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the Spooks Newsletter
edition #103, January 2006
________________________________________________________________________
Editor: Ary Boender ([email protected])
NUMBERS & ODDITIES website: http://home.luna.nl/~ary
ONLINE DATABASE: Chris Smolinski ([email protected])
http://www.spynumbers.com/numbersDB/
________________________________________________________________________
After a problematic end of the year, things are almost back to normal
again. The PC is working smoothly again after I replaced the mother
board. Most of the data of my hard disk could be recovered, so that was
a relief.
I'd like to thank Attu, Jim, IARUMS, KPY2, Mark S, Mark NZ, Pim, Miguel,
Maciej, Fritz, Gabriele, Al, Tomonori, Eddy, Kristian, Peter and Jochen
for their input this month.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* VOICE STATIONS *
::: E03 LINCOLNSHIRE POACHER
Idents compiled by Al.
Idents 1st half of the month.
UTC
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
UTC
------------------------------------------------------------------1200
35134
35134
35134
35134
35134
35134
35134
1200
1300
11436
11436
11436
11436
11436
11436
11436
1300
1400
97700
84235
35174
32567
35134
28839
08471
1400
1500
08471
97700
84235
35174
32567
35134
34779
1500
1600
34779
08471
97700
84235
35174
32567
28839
1600
1700
28839
34779
08471
97700
84235
35174
35134
1700
1800
35134
28839
34779
08471
97700
84235
32567
1800
1900
32567
11436
28839
11436
08471
97700
11436
1900
2000
11436
35134
11436
34779
11436
08471
35174
2000
2100
35174
32567
35134
28839
34779
11436
84235
2100
2200
84235
35174
32567
35134
28839
34779
97700
2200
Idents 2nd half of the month.
UTC
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
UTC
------------------------------------------------------------------1200
85604
85604
85604
85604
85604
85604
85604
1200
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1300
1400
1500
1600
1700
1800
1900
2000
2100
2200
06789
04079
46818
85554
89136
85604
30900
06789
02926
67730
06789
67730
04079
46818
85554
89136
06789
85604
30900
02926
06789
02926
67730
04079
46818
85554
89136
06789
85604
30900
06789
30900
02926
67730
04079
46818
06789
85554
89136
85604
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06789
85604
30900
02926
67730
04079
46818
06789
85554
89136
06789
89136
85604
30900
02926
67730
04079
46818
06789
85554
06789
46818
85554
89136
85604
30900
06789
02926
67730
04079
1300
1400
1500
1600
1700
1800
1900
2000
2100
2200
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: E03a (E04) CHERRY RIPE
On 11 January, Eddy Waters from Australia mailed us: "English lady
Cherry Ripe Numbers. USB 18465 khz at 0619 UTC. Off at 0643 UTC.
Can't find a record of this frequency anywhere. I looked for a parallel
frequency but found none."
Thanks Eddy. Very Interesting. I haven't seen this one before. Please,
check this time and frequency in the coming weeks and let us know if it
really is a new sked or a once off transmission. Tomonori san, did you
ever notice any activity at this time?
Idents compiled by Tomonori.
Dec. 04
05
06
07
08
09
UTC
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
UTC
----------------------------------------------------------2200
05980
?????
87912
20587
?????
2200
2300
87912
71589
71589
87912
91700
2300
0000
71589
20587
20587
91700
11536
0000
0100
20587
87912
87912
?????
?????
0100
1000
?????
?????
?????
?????
?????
1000
1100
?????
?????
?????
?????
?????
1100
1200
?????
38714
38714
?????
71589
1200
1300
?????
?????
?????
?????
?????
1300
Dec. 11
12
13
14
15
16
UTC
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
UTC
----------------------------------------------------------2200
?????
87912
71589
89047
23865
2200
2300
87912
71589
20587
23865
53937
2300
0000
71589
20587
87912
53937
90779
0000
0100
20587
?????
?????
?????
01586
0100
1000
?????
?????
?????
01586
?????
1000
1100
?????
?????
?????
?????
?????
1100
1200
11536
?????
05980
?????
?????
1200
1300
?????
?????
?????
?????
?????
1300
Dec. 18
19
20
21
22
23
UTC
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
UTC
----------------------------------------------------------2200
77764
23865
33694
?????
?????
?????
2200
2300
23865
33694
89047
23865
?????
?????
2300
0000
33694
89047
23865
53937
?????
0000
0100
?????
23865
53937
?????
?????
0100
1000
?????
?????
90779
?????
?????
1000
1100
?????
?????
?????
?????
?????
1100
1200
?????
?????
?????
?????
?????
1200
1300
?????
?????
?????
?????
?????
1300
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: E10
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Two strings to report: 12 Jan, 0420 UTC, 5339 kHz: KPA 62
24 Jan, 0036 UTC, 5230 kHz: MIW 86
Thanks KPY2 and Gabriele. Much appreciated.
"ABC" has been heard throughout the month on its usual frequency 6428
kHz. Fritz copied this call on 25-1 at 0920 UTC on 14000 kHz.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* MORSE STATIONS *
::: MX
Channel markers:
L - 3203.6 kHz
P - 3699.5 kHz
Cluster beacons:
D
S
C
F
M
-
7038.7 kHz
7038.9 kHz
3594, 4558, 7039, 8495, 20048 kHz
7039.2 kHz
7039.4 kHz
Last month I mentioned amateur beacon "O" on 7038.7 kHz. We now know
that HAM operator DL4DSS/B from location JN57DR was responsible for
this signal.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M13
Fritz and Mark supplied most of the the M13 info for this edition of N&O.
I have included four transcripts that Mark jotted down. See also the logs
section.
5 January, 2100 UTC.
253 (R5) BT
54391 29845
39740 36546
22058 24788
62473 38574
59253 09417
253 (R1) BT
54391 29845
39740 36546
22058 24788
62473 38574
59253 09417
0 0 0
5 January, 2330 UTC.
259 22 BT
20451 26802 29930
04949 27764 58393
25073 42063 61447
01714 17749 46607
BT
259 22 BT 474 (R1)
20451 26802 29930
04949 27764 58393
25073 42063 61447
01714 17749 46607
BT
12 January, 2100 UTC.
714 (R5) BT
22700 35596
26377 29441
61703 31449
35039 01771
45616 BT
714 (R1) BT
22700 35596
26377 29441
256 21 BT
18625 14094
22726 55501
08537 17349
37100 23206
474 (R5) BT 256 22 BT
31133 55373 45295 29145
35547 31687 60495 13373
10271 41466 38007 00315
41357 17602 64699 27540
52921 41340 BT
BT 256 22 BT
31133 55373 45295 29145
35547 31687 60495 13373
10271 41466 38007 00315
41357 17602 64699 27540
52921 41340 BT
0 0 0
23003
45949
50886
01024
23003
45949
50886
01024
12 January, 2300 UTC.
39358
06554
11971
12102
256 21 BT
18625 14094 39358
22726 55501 06554
458 (R5) BT
45563 04445
27213 32947
23534 33674
45621 27049
BT
458 (R1) BT
45563 04445
27213 32947
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256 20 BT
04043 24664
19648 17152
41523 20064
04798 30887
24758
14329
61356
36860
256 20 BT
04043 24664 24758
19648 17152 14329
61703 31449 08537 17349 11971
35039 01771 37100 23206 12102
45616 BT
0 0 0
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23534 33674 41523 20064 61356
45621 27049 04798 30887 36860
BT
0 0 0
22 January, Same message at 0515 and 2215 UTC.
501 (R5) BT
36567 06703
36271 27462
45048 47610
18404 13676
BT
501 (R1) BT
36567 06703
36271 27462
45048 47610
18404 13676
BT
0 0 0
260 20 BT
07852 05472
31892 06863
13222 63803
04903 25275
42841
21921
37922
23152
260 20 BT
07852 05472
31892 06863
13222 63803
04903 25275
42841
21921
37922
23152
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M21
Russian Air Defense was on 3322, 5873, 6824 kHz this month.
Sample messages:
=13021033639451
=13022034919951
=992328??0?????
=002329??0?????
=13021033639452
=13022034919951
-M21 variant:
4959 kHz, 0629 UTC, 20 Jan. "YMG8 99-024". (Logged by KPY2)
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M22
4XZ is still on the air with CW transmissions. It seems that CW is only
on 2680, 4331 and 6379 kHz these days. Most of the transmissions consist
of the VVV marker only. "VVV DE 4XZ 4XZ = ="
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M51
Not as active as before but it's still there: M51.
Jim found it on 3957 kHz on 10 Jan at 2320 UTC with: NR25J 10 00:20:43
1984 = MWUIB VSMEO ... HKSBA VWYBT = NR26J 10 00:26:56 1984 = ... G5L"
Still using 1984 instead of 2006.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M87
The following M87 transcript was copied by our Russian friend, Igor.
12995 // 14666 kHz, 0700 UTC, 23 Jan. Hand keyed.
792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 000
792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 000
792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 000
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792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 000
792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 000
792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 000
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M89
V CP17 CP17 CP17 DE L9CC L9CC
V T3AP T3AP T3AP DE QF3K QF3K
on 7050.7, 7067.7 kHz
on 3397, 4727, 5643.8 kHz
Igor sent us part of the transcript of one of the QF3K transmissions:
...
nr tt5 t845 rmks 6194 to 6190 6694 6664 8735 =
svc qrw 6194 qrw l18 0930 kp 6194 ar
agn
nr tt5 t845 rmks 6194 to 6190 6694 6664 8735 =
svc qrw 6194 qrw l18 0930 kp 6194 ar
hr nr 24 hr nr 24 qsl?
then the usual tape:
t3ap t3ap t3ap de qf3k qf3k v (rptd)
Another one, most likely M89, comes from Jim:
V TLU1 de SSC5 on 3562 kHz.
- M89 variant:
VVV Q2M Q2M Q2M de NYZ NYZ on 4860, 6840 kHz.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* VARIOUS MODES *
S28 - Buzzer on 4625 kHz
S30 - Pip on 3756 kHz
S32 - Squeaky Wheel on 3228.9 kHz
XM
- Whales on 5150 kHz. Heard on various days in January.
XSL - The Japanese slot machine has been heard on the known frequencies:
2578, 2656.5, 4152.5, 4231, 4290.5, 5807, 6249.5, 6416.5, 6444.5,
8312.5, 8587.5, 8703 kHz.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: X06 / M42
5086 kHz, 1431 UTC, 16-01: Prob. M42. Mode: RTTY/50/400 5FGs ending
with 54743 70023. QRU K. CFM. SK
7822 kHz, 1635 UTC, 11-01: Mazielka calls.
8123 kHz, 1459 UTC, 19-12: Mazielka calls.
16320 kHz, 1107 UTC, 24-01: Mazielka calls. *)
18245 kHz, 1052 UTC, 23-01: Mazielka calls. *)
*) reported by Jochen via E2K
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* PIRATE STATIONS *
2097 kHz: beacon "I", slow morse.
4095.75 kHz: "I" or "M"
13558 kHz: beacon "HI", slow morse. Location is said to be Monroe, CT,
USA.
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The infamous religious CW pirate has been active on its usual frequency
6998 kHz in January. Callsign: "SSA49"
Info via Glenn, Gabriele, Bob and Kurt.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* JAMMERS / CLANDESTINE STATIONS *
In December, I published Mathias Kropf's "2005 Clandestine Activity
Survey". As I said last month, Clandestine Stations are not covered by
N&O but we do regularly mention the jammers who are chasing them.
I have compiled a list of the jammers that were heard in the past few
weeks. Quite an impressive list for such a short period. I received
reports about jammers from China, Cuba, Iran, Iraq?, Libya, Morocco,
N.Korea, Vietnam and Zimbabwe. Some of the info was derived from the
Clandestine Radio Watch (CRW) bulletin.
- CHINA
Jammed stations: Voice of China
Sound of Hope Intl.
Voice of Han
Radio Free Asia
Frequencies: 7270, 7310, 7355, 9635, 9745, 11765 kHz.
- CUBA
Jammed station: Radio Marti
Frequencies: 7405, 11845, 11930, 13630, 13820, 15330, 17670 kHz.
- IRAN
Jammed stations: Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
of
of
of
of
Iranian Kurdistan
Iranian Revolution
Communist Party of Iran
the Struggle of Iranian Kurdistan
Frequencies: 3856, 3861, 3865, 3881, 3896, 3960, 3968, 3970, 3980,
4365, 4376, 4400, 4406, 4615, 4850, 4860, 4862, 4870,
4886, 6421 kHz.
- IRAQ?
Jammed station: Voice of Iraqi Kurdistan
Frequency: 3970.5 kHz. Note: It is not clear of this one comes from
Iraq. Some say that either Iran or Turkey is jamming the station. It
used to be jammed by Iraq before the US invasion.
- LIBYA
The following item reached me via the CRW bulletin.
Protest to Libya after satellites jammed
David Hencke and Owen Gibson, The Guardian
December 3, 2005
Article originally posted at:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/libya/story/0,14139,1656914,00.html
British and US diplomats have protested to the Libyan government
after two international satellites were illegally jammed, knocking
off air dozens of TV and radio stations serving Britain and Europe
and disrupting American diplomatic, military and FBI communications.
Among stations hit were digital broadcasts by Five, BBC World, CNN
International, US sports channels, cable TV networks and 23 radio
stations. According to an email sent by one of the satellite owners,
Loral Skynet, the US state department said it "would take it into
their own hands" unless the interference stopped.
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- MOROCCO
Jammed station: National Radio of the Arab-Saharan Democratic Republic
Frequency: 1550 kHz.
- NORTH KOREA
Jammed station: Radio Sea Breeze/Shiokaze
Frequency: 5890 kHz.
- VIETNAM
Jammed stations: Degar Voice
Que Huong Radio
Frequencies: 7350, 15680 kHz
- ZIMBABWE
Jammed station: Voice of the People
Frequencies: 7120, 11705 kHz.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* UNID STATIONS *
Two unids from Igor:
9245 kHz, 1222 UTC, 23 Jan. Mode: Morse.
Constant repeated marker "vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv......"
So, 33x the letter "V" followed by 6 dots, then 5 seconds pause.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
3574 kHz, 1050 UTC, 24 Jan. Mode: Morse.
=
=
=
=
=
=
2872x
2872x
2872x
2872x
2872x
2872x
t2xxx
t2xxx
t2xxx
t2xxx
t2xxx
t2xxx
65282
65282
65282
65282
65282
65282
1t25x
1t25x
1t25x
1t25x
1t25x
1t25x
xxxxx
xxxxx
xxxxx
xxxxx
xxxxx
xxxxx k
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-
* MILITARY STATIONS *
::: CIS/RUSSIAN/UKRAINIAN CW & SSB STATIONS
Freq. Idents / remarks
------ -----------------------------------------------------------------18.1
RDL: Russian Military Strategic Broadcast from the Nizhny
Novgorod site.
3162
CIS Mil: 3OZP R 386 K.
3190
Ukranian Mil: NUVD asks: RPT PBL K. Z3MP replies: Z3MP 772 32 9
2313 772 K. NUVD R 772 K. Simplex net.
3207
Russian Mil: T2GY, TVKH, XZBS, JZE3, JAZ1. "TVKH de T2GY R 274? K.
TVKH de T2GY COR COL PBL.T2GY 274 29 9 2304 274 K. LHJZ, ZY5W QTA
274 K."
3220
CIS Mil: FCEP QSA? QRK? QXS FOR WLMV WLMV K.
3286
Ukranian Mil: SKZ8 comms check with BG9J, XHPJ, QD6C, HT3O.
3296
Russian Mil: O38M:
3326.5 CIS Mil: ZLA4 clg SH3K.
3354
CIS Mil: YFSS
3813
Russian Mil: PHB9. "PHB9 PHB9 PHB9 QTC 899 30 25 2300 899 = 020
= RWüOJ OBLüG ... MyPNP WTPWU 837 AR. LDBO clone.
5166
Russian navy: RCB de RJF94 QYT9 QSX 8573 K.
RCB replies: RJF94 de RCB OK QYT9 QWH 8573 K. R K.
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RCB de RJF94 QYT9 QSX 5149 K.
RCB responds QWH 5149. Nil heard. Then tries 4986. RCB QSYs a
75 Baud printer to 4986 kHz. RJC38 and others on this simplex
CW net.
5286
CIS Mil: OVOW
7018.5 Russian Air Force Moscow: REA4
7044
Russian Air Force Moscow: REA4
7056
CIS Mil: JHEA, KMEQ, NZ3T, K2M7, LRV1.
8191
Russian Air Force Moscow: REA4
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: GERMAN AIR FORCE
Kristian copied an German Air Force exercise on 17-20 January. Who
can identify DHO60, DHO98?
4483
4739
4781
4852.5
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
DHO98 wkg 07XW, W949 and DHO78
DHM91 wkg DHO23 and DHO60: "Marineflieger" Hohn, D.
IP51 abd OOS1 clg DHJ67. DHO91 clg DHJ67 and DHJ83.
DHO91 clg DHO78. W949 clg 5BVE for radio check. W949 clg
DHO98. 1HQU DHO91.
5461.5 kHz: LD1V wkg DHJ83. DHJ83 clg 00S1.
DHJ67:
DHJ83:
DHO23:
DHO78:
DHO91:
GAF
GAF
GAF
GAF
GAF
Kdo 1. LwDiv/GAFCSC "S" Karlsruhe
HöhKdoBeh LW GefSt Köln
Landsberg
Kdo 3. LwDiv/GAFSC "N" Berlin-Gatow
Kdo 1. LwDiv/GAFCSC "S" Karlsruhe
-0-0-0-0-KONEC-0-0-0-0-
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Deadlines: 15th of each month
John (J.D.) Stephens
P.O. Box 11522
Huntsville, AL 35814-1522, U.S.A.
E-Mail:
jds1 "at" bellsouth .net
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This month's column is brought to you by fellow WUNners Mark McCarthy,
Ewald Glantschnig, and Frank Shuettig. Thanx, guys!
As always, when using the e-mail address in the column header, simply
replace "at" with the @ symbol, remove all spaces, and you're ready
to e-mail your QSL submissions to the column. This has seemed to
reduce the amount of SPAM I receive. Enjoy this month's column!
=====================================================================
AUSTRIA:
OEN6000 - Austrian Customs Guard, Graz. 10122 f/d QSL cd.,
PFC and Customs patch in 20 mos. Station now decomissioned.
(EG)
KOREA (SOUTH): HLL5 - Korea Meteorological Radio, Seoul. 13570 QSL
cd, personal ltr. and schedule in 40 ss. for a rpt.
sent via registered mail. V/s: Name not provided.
(FS)
Pagina 33
NORWAY:
REUNION:
LGS - Svarlsbard Radio.
FUX - French Navy.
WUN-v12
2182 PFC in 62 ds. after f/up. (EG)
12691 f/d QSL folder in 21 ds.
(EG)
UNITED KINGDOM:
GYA - Royal Navy, Northwood. 11086.5 nice glossy QSL
cd and ltr. in 2 or 3 wks. V/s: "JM" (handwritten),
with the title: LA(METOC) Hignett LA Sust. (MM)
UNITED STATES:
WAR - U.S. Army MARS, Fort Detrick, MD. 13512.5 cd
in 69 ds. for a rpt. on Armed Forces Day transmission.
(EG)
======== BEACONS ========
FRANCE:
"NB" - Bordeaux-St Girons.
"HO" - Colmar-Houssen.
"VZ - Vichy.
361 f/d ltr in 55 ds.
380 ltr. in 6 ds.
403 f/d ltr. in 23 ds.
"LOE" - Limoges-Bellegarde.
(EG)
(EG)
(EG)
424 f/d ltr. in 10 ds.
(EG)
======== INTERNATIONAL WATERS ========
M/V Grampian Hunter (MPPH5):
MV Kairos (J8UN5):
2182 ltr. in 69 ds.
2182 ltr. and PFC in 14 ds.
(EG)
(EG)
M/V Scot Pioneer (MZTW4):
2182 PFC in 16 ds.
(EG)
M/T Danchem East (OXAG2):
198 rpt. back with verie remark after
a f/up. (EG)
======== QSL ADDRESSES ========
FUX:
Station E.I.T. Marine, 97418 Ste.-Marie, Reunion I., France.
LGS:
Telenor Telecom Solutions AS, Svalbard Radio, PB12,
9171 Longyearbyen, Norway.
M/V Grampian Hunter:
North Star Shipping, 207 Albert Quay, Aberdeen,
AB11 2 FS, United Kingdom.
M/V Kairos: Split Ship Management Ltd., Boktuljin Put BB, P.O. Box
305, 2100 Split, Croatia.
M/V Scot Pioneer:
Intrada Ship Management, 75 Main Road, Gidea Park,
Romford RM2 5EL, United Kingdom.
M/T Danchem East: BR Shipmanagement A/S, Poul Ankersgade 2, 2.tv,
DK-1271 Copenhagen K, Denmark.
NDB "NB":
DSNA, Service de la Navigation aérienne Sud-Ouest, BP 37,
33702 Merignac Cedex, France.
NDB "HO":
Aéroport Colmar-Houssen, 43 route de Strasbourg,
68000 Colmar, France.
NDB "VZ":
Aéroport Vichy-Charmeil, B.P. 2158, 03201 Vichy Cedex,
France.
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NDB "LOE":
WAR:
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Aérodrome de Limoges-Bellegarde, 87100 Limoges, France
CDR: NETCOM 9th/ASC, BLD 90551, J1M AVE, MARS Station,
Ft. Huachuca, AZ 85613-5000, USA.
=======================================================================
Abbreviations used:
f/d = Full data
p/d = partial data
n/d = no data
cd = QSL card
ltr = ltr
V/s: = Verification Signer
ds = ds
wks = weeks
ms = mint stamps
f/up = follow up
SASE = Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope
PFC/ppc = Prepared Form Card
This month's contributors:
Ewald Glantschnig - Geneva, Switzerland (EG)
Mark McCarthy - Auckland, New Zealand (MM)
Frank Schuettig - Sanur, Bali, Indonesia (FS)
73 de JDS.
----------------------------------UTILITY ROUND-UP
editor: Ary Boender
e-mail: [email protected]
________________________________________________________________________
After a problematic end of the year, things are almost back to normal
again. The PC is working smoothly again after I replaced the mother
board. Most of the data of my hard disk could be recovered, so that was
a relief. I have now also installed an external hard disk system for an
automatic daily backup, basically to maintain a mirror image of my hard
disk.
What did I say? "Back to normal"? Not quite.... The next few months will
be very hectic and I really need your support to get this column going
because I have very little time to search for info myself. I bought a
new house which we want to rebuild a little bit and I'm gonna get married
in June. I'm sure that you'll understand that these things are on top of
my list :-)
I'd like to thank this month's contributors for their input: Attu Bosch,
IARUMS, Michael Oexner, Ivan Dias, Walter Capozza, Thomas Roth and Glenn.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* UTILITY ROUND-UP *
From Attu we received a note that he has heard Shizuokaken Fisheries,
callsign JFG, with hand keyed CW messages. Frequency: 6363.5 kHz. In all
the years that I am listening, I still did not manage to catch this one,
Attu. Thanks for your report.
Ivan and Walter
2043 kHz:
2065 kHz:
2146 kHz:
2153 kHz:
2155 kHz:
2199 kHz:
2375 kHz:
28186 kHz:
sent us a couple logs of of drift net buoys:
P8
BKHEE
GE8
BW6
AU7
E2
RD7
AI
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Years ago I was addicted to MARS and CFARS stations. Unfortunately most
of them are gone, at least outside the USA and Canada, and it looks like
the majority of the active stations has moved to a digital mode. Every
now and then, however, we can read "voice" logs on the WUN mailing list.
This month they were heard by Glenn in Colorado, USA, on 4003, 4015 and
4038.6 kHz LSB.
A nice aero log reached us via Thomas who writes that he has copied an
unid station on 4440 kHz. He says "Possibly Bharatpur or Surkhet RDARA
Nepal, language definitely Nepali with some English. Unid station
calling a Necon Air flight". A challenge for aero dxers. Check this
frequency out and please, report your findings to WUN.
Russian and Ukrainian taxi stations were copied on 28000, 28015, 28035,
28045, 28055, 28065, 28115, 28165, 28205, 28225 and 28265 kHz.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* AFRICAN REPORT *
Every time when I look at the logs of our African colleagues, I see
more and more logs from Somali stations. Amazing how many of these
stations you can find in the 7MHz band.
For quite a while we received reports about Tanzanian safari/hunting
parties. It is said that the stations have shut down by TCRA.
I selected a couple interesting African logs for you.
7045 kHz: TANESCO, the Tanzania Electricity Supply Co was heard from
many locations.
7050 kHz: Unid NGO in Rwanda and possibly also in Ethiopia, Somalia,
and Mozambique. Idents: A, AA, BB, J, K, D, DG, Kigali, GA,
W, WA, 42, 54, 4A, 72, 691, 134, 128, PW, Bukavu. Locations
are code (Alfa, Golf etc.). Languages heard on this net:
French, English and Italian.
7056 kHz: Safari/hunting groups in Tanzania. Languages heard here were
English (s. African accent), Afrikaans and Swahili. Idents
include Mobiles 1, 2 & 3, Kabojo, Lukula, Masai, Dar es
Salaam, Mahenge, South Arusha, Matetezi, Sentabele. Operators
Jim, Ryan, Quentin, Jeff, Chris, Lisa and others.
7061 kHz: Unid Somali net. Idents: Lugh, Kismayu, Burao, Bardera, Wari,
Bulla Hawa, Baidoa. All calling Nairobi.
7070 kHz: Unid Somali net. Traffic with Ethiopia. Idents: Asmara,
Afmadu, Dobleh, Baidoa, Merere, Garoe, Burhane, Mogadishu,
Kismayu, Beletwein.
12000 kHz: Unid medical NGO net. See 14000 kHz.
14000 kHz: Unid medical NGO net in Zaire, Sudan, Uganda and Somalia.
Idents: BI, ML, FM, SL, OK, Zero, Quarante, 95, KE, CC, CE,
CJ, CM, Goma, JM, JK, CN, KT, JA, DK, KM, MM, DJ, BC, NI3,
YL, AL, K1, NI, Mai Mai, YL, SV, Kasungu, NBI, JT, AR (Arua),
Mobile 3. Medical traffic in English, Amharic, other
vernaculars, KiSwahili, possibly Dinka, Dholuo. The last
predominating. Also on 12000 kHz LSB and 14450 kHz LSB.
14450 kHz: Unid medical NGO net. See 14000 kHz.
21415.2 kHz: Pakistan UN Peacekeeping Forces in Monrovia, Liberia,
calling "15" and "019" in London. Phone patch with Pakistan.
Changed frequency to 21460.2 after a complaint.
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21460.2 kHz: Pakistan UN Forces in Monrovia. See 21415.2 kHz.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* LORAN-C NEWS *
Michael forwarded a news bulletin of NELS, the North European LORAN
System. Much appreciated, Michael.
Extended operation of Loran-C at the Norwegian stations
The Government will continue the operation of the four Norwegian
Loran-C stations, Værlandet (Askvoll Municipality in Sogn og
Fjordane), Bø in Vesterålen (Nordland), Berlevåg (Finnmark),
and Jan Mayen, in 2006. The reason for this is the renewed
interest in this terrestrial navigation system in Europe.
(09.12.05)
Denmark have decided to continue the operation of the Danish
Loran-C station at Ejde.
Germany’s decision to discontinue the operation of its LORAN-C
station Sylt remains unchanged. However, the station Sylt will
not, as originally planned, be switched off on 3 January 2006,
but the operation will be continued until the measures required
for the conversion of the time synchronisation have been carried
out. It is expected that these measures will take about 4 to 5
weeks. It cannot yet be predicted whether the station Sylt will
be reactivated at a later time in a different provider organization.
This depends on whether it will be possible to find a binding and
sustainable new concept for LORAN-C applying to all of Europe.
Kirsten Ullbæk Selvig
Chairman NELS Steering Committee
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* SPACE COMMUNICATIONS *
NOAA-18 has changed it's APT frequency on 4 January from 137.9125 MHz
137.100 MHz. Listeners in the UK suffered from a lot of interference of
pagers on the old frequency.
Current APT frequencies: NOAA-12
NOAA-14
NOAA-15
NOAA-17
NOAA-18
Tiros-N
NOAA-06
NOAA-09
137.500
137.620
137.500
137.620
137.100
MHz
MHz
MHz
MHz
MHz
137.500 MHz *)
137.500 MHz *)
137.500 MHz *)
*) Old, deactivated sats Tiros-N and NOAA-06 are putting a carrier out
on 137.500 and will interfere with NOAA-12 and NOAA-15 when their
footprints overlap.
NOAA 9 was permanently deactivated some years ago and is tumbling
freely. Unfortunately it has a sporadic carrier on 137.500 (varies
quickly according to orientation) and can cause interference to
NOAA-12 and NOAA-15.
Source: Douglas S. Deans
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WUN LOGS COLUMN
===============
Jan
2006
============
Edited by Eddie Bellerby ([email protected])
ably assisted by the following logs collectors:Jim Dunnett
[email protected]
Bob Yellen
[email protected]
Steve J. Walker
[email protected]
Jan
-
Total logs
==========
2109 individual logs
00018.1 RDL: Russian Military Strat Bcast 1250 36-50/50/65
Two long messages. Bearing 060° Nizhny Novgorod site.
(14Jan06) (RGA)
00037.5 NRK: USN Keflavik ICE 15:44 PSK/200/200 encrypted
traffic (8 Jan)(PPA)
00082.8 MKL: RAF Crimond 1335 KG-84/75/85 encrypted msgs
separated by a few seconds of idling //4732 //6759
(09Jan06) (KB)
00084.5 unid: Navy 15:36 2FSK/50/170 weak signal ,encrypted
traffic (8Jan) (PPA)
00145.0 unid: (poss French or Spanish naval bcast) 1600
ongoing F1B FSK unid mode 85 Hz shift (15/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00285.5 443: Stirling (Earls Hill), Scotland DGPS/100 Ref-ID
693 (28/12/05) (ZE)
00286.5 339: Porquerolles, F DGPS/100, Ref-ID 469 (28/12/05) (ZE)
00287.5 454: Torshavn, FRO DGPS/100, Ref-ID 715 (28/12/05) (ZE)
00288.5 390: UNID Russia ??? DGPS/100, Ref-ID 590 (28/12/05) (ZE)
00289.5 451: Hammerrodde Lt., DNK DGPS/100, Ref-ID 700
(28/12/05) (ZE)
00290.5 447: Flamborough Head Lt., G DGPS/100, Ref-ID 687
(28/12/05) (ZE)
00291.0 439: Warmleighton, G DGPS/100, Ref-ID 691 (28/12/05) (ZE)
00335.0 RIM: Civ/Mil NDB Rimini Miramare, Italy 2336 A1A
morse 1020 Hz mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00336.0 Civ/Mil NDB Bergen Flesland Bratta, Norway 2330 A1A
morse 400 Hz mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00336.0 RS: Civ NDB Røros, Norway 2326 A1A morse 400 Hz mod
(13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00337.0 KAJ: Civ NDB Kajaani, Finland 2312 A1A morse 400 Hz
mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00337.0 OZ: Söderhamn Skallen, Sweden 2318 A1A morse 400 Hz
mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00338.0 OA: Civ NDB Jönköping, Sweden 2315 A1A morse 400 Hz
mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00347.0 MSK: Civ NDB Oslo Gardermoen Morskogen, Norway 2346
A1A morse 400 Hz mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00347.5 TD: Civ NDB Teesside, UK 2346 A1A morse 400 Hz mod
(13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00348.0 SAD: Civ NDB Leknes Sandsund, Norway 2356 A1A morse
400 Hz mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00348.0 WA: Civ NDB Stockholm Arlanda, Sweden 2354 A1A morse
400 Hz mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00348.5 LG: Civ/Mil NDB Liege Bierset, Belgium 2359 A1A
morse 1020 Hz mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00349.0 TAR: Civ/Mil NDB Ørlandet Tarva, Norway 2350 A1A
morse 400 Hz mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00404.0 VNG: Enroute NDB Vangsnes, Norway 2240 A1A morse 400
Hz mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00440.0 DI2AG: Research station DI2AG, Dormitz, Germany 2308
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00440.0
00445.0
00445.0
00517.0
00517.0
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518.0
00518.0
00518.0
00518.0
00518.0
00518.0
00518.0
00518.0
00518.0
00518.0
00518.0
00534.0
00583.0
00583.0
01638
01677
01704.0
01728
01888.0
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A1A/QRSS3 morse ID; "DI2AG" very good signal strenght
(19/Jan/2006)(TJ)
PIA: MIL NDB, Piacenza, Italy 2252 A2A 1020 Hz
modulation morse ID; "PIA" (19/Jan/2006)(TJ)
KM: NDB, Kem, Russia 2218 A2A 1020 Hz modulation
morse ID; "KM KM" (19/Jan/2006)(TJ)
TU: Mil NDB, Tuzla, Bosnia Herzegovina 2233 1020 Hz
modulation morse ID; "TU" (19/Jan/2006)(TJ)
ARD: Civil NDB Arad, Roumania 2359 A2A 1020 Hz
modulation, morse ID "ARD" (08/Jan/2006)(TJ)
JBR: Enroute NDB Jaszbereny, Hungary 2357 A2A 1020
Hz modulation, morse ID "JBR" (08/Jan/2006)(TJ)
9AS: Split HRV 2243 FEC Navtex msg id Q Split
Radio/9AS nav wng nr 241/05 (04Jan06) (PIRI)
A9M: Bahrain Radio BHR id B 2018 FEC NAVTEX
navwarning 070/2005 (28Dec05) (PIRI)
IQA: (V) AugustaRadio Italy 0330 NAVTEX MIB: Firing
range restrictions. (18Jan06) (FC)
IQX: (U) TriesteRadio Italy 0350 NAVTEX MIB: Weapons
firing, Adriatic. (18Jan06) (FC)
TAN: Izmir Turk Radio TUR 0130 FEC Navtex msg id I
navtex n/w nr 684/05 (05Jan06) (PIRI)
UGE: Arkhangelsk RUS 0455 FEC Navtex msg id F
Coastal warning Arkhangelsk 2 (05Jan06) (PIRI)
UTT: Odessa UKR 2237 FEC Navtex msg id C Ukraine
coastal warning 4/06 Odessa. (04Jan06) (PIRI)
VCO: Sydney CAN 0642 FEC Navtex msg id Q Enviroment
Canada Forecasts (05Jan06) (PIRI)
VON: St. John's CAN 2221 FEC Navtex msg id O
Environment Canada forecasts (04Jan06) (PIRI)
9AS: Split HRV 2243 FEC Navtex msg id Q Split
Radio/9AS nav wng nr 241/05 (04jan06) (piri)
EAR: Coruna Radio Spain, 0030 F1B Sitor-B 100Bd 170
Hz shift, w/ msg; "zczc da51" (09/Jan/2006)(TJ)
IQA: Augusta Radio, Sicily, Italy 2337 F1B Sitor-B
100Bd 170
Hz shift, w/ msg; "zczc va04" (08/Jan/2006)(TJ)
SAH: Bjuröklubb Radio Sweden, 0112 F1B Sitor-B 100Bd
170 Hz
shift, w/ msg; "zczc hz84 090110 utc jan stockholm radio no
maritime safety information nnnn" (09/Jan/2006)(TJ)
TAN: Izmir Turk Radio TUR 0130 FEC Navtex msg id I
navtex n/w nr684/05(05jan06) (piri)
UGE: Arkhangelsk RUS 0455 FEC Navtex msg id F
Coastal warning Arkhangelsk 2 (05jan06) (piri)
Unid: Sitor-B 15 Dec 05
0525 (HS)
UTT: Odessa UKR 2237 FEC Navtex msg id C Ukraine
coasta warning 4/06 Odessa. (04jan06) (piri)
VCO: Sydney CAN 0642 FEC Navtex msg id Q Enviroment
CanadaForecasts (05jan06) (piri)
VON: St. John's CAN 2221 FEC Navtex msg id O
Environment Canada forecasts (04jan06) (piri)
X:
Sitor-B 15 Dec 05
0751 (HS)
SL: Civ NDB Bydgoszcz Szwederowo, Poland 2243 A1A
morse 400 Hz mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
RMP: Russian Navy Kaliningrad, Russia 1814 A1A
morse, (15/Dec/2005)(TJ)
RMP: Russian Navy, Baltic Fleet HQ Kaliningrad, RUS
2015 CW 5FGs QTC #314 to RGK37 and RBES, at 2028z open RR
Wx-QTC #550 to REO for Baltic Sea Region.
(15/Dec/2005)(ALF)
OFK: Turku Radio 1840 USB ice report (01Jan06) (KB)
OFK: Turku Radio 1840 USB ice report //1638
(01Jan06) (KB)
OXZ: // 1734.0 //1758.0
OXZ lyngby dnk 0550 USB
eng naws 16dec05
LGN: Rogaland Radio 1837 USB nav wngs (01Jan06) (KB)
IPD: civitavecchia ita 0556 USB ita naws 16dec05
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02187.5
02187.5
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02187.5
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02187.5
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02187.5
02187.5
WUN-v12
gcg: cuxhaven 1917 ARQ wx north sea 20dec05 ML
unid: 2001 CLOVER 500 ? or 380 /2sec 21dec05 ML
BKHEE: fishnet buoy 0425 CW marker (05/JAN/2005) (IDS)
fishermen: 1922 USB fr d/x bad fish prices20dec05 ML
I: Beacon "I" 0400 Slow Morse. (25Dec05) (BC)
EAS: machichaco r 2014 USB span duplex c unidboat
21dec05 ML
GE8: fishnet buoy 0445 CW marker (05/JAN/2005) (IDS)
BW6: fishnet buoy 2336 CW marker (04/JAN/2005) (IDS)
: Aberdeen CG, G 2023 USB ann. wx on 2226 kHz
(29Dec05) (KB)
---: SHIP INDIAN UNID 2143 DSC 100/E/170 MMSI
419497000.Safety/test call to Lyngby (01/Jan)(DW)
9HQT5: Ship Striggla (Maltese Flag) 2005 GMDSS RQS
LyngbyRadio/OXZ for safety test. (04Jan06) (RGA)
: CROSS La Garde 0548 DSC selftest (24Dec05) (AI)
: Istanbul/MRCC Ankara 0220 DSC Test (21Dec05) (AI)
: Malin Head - MRCC Dublin 0547 DSC to 309067000
Ship Bahamas (31Dec05) (AI)
: MRCC Bilbao 2207 DSC to 002241026 Las Palmas MRCC Tenerife, MRCC Las Palmas (24Dec05) (AI)
: MRCC Bilbao/Las Palmas/Tenerife 2207 DSC to
002241026 (24Dec05) (AI)
: MRCC Bodo 0132 DSC to 273130200 Ship Russian
Federation (26Dec05) (AI)
: MRCC Kaliningrad 2353 DSC to 275250000 Ship Latvia
(21Dec05) (AI)
: MRCC Las Palmas 1902 GMDSS CQ all ships.
Preliminary call for weather/MIBs on 2182 kHz voice.
(04Jan06) (RGA)
: MRCC Madrid 2052 DSC to 308296000 Ship Bahamas
(21Dec05) (AI)
: MRCC Valencia 2328 DSC All ships call RX/TX 2182
(21Dec05) (AI)
: MRCC Varna 0304 DSC Test (22Dec05) (AI)
: MRSC Coruña Spain 1953 DSC BQs Happy Bird/ZIRQ6
(UK) giving J3E frequency 2182 kHz (?) (14Jan06) (RGA)
: MRSC Shetland 0235 DSC to 311457000 Ship Bahamas
(31Dec05) (AI)
: Netherlands CG Radio 0139 DSC All ships call RX/TX
3673 (22Dec05) (AI)
: Var. MRSC inc Palermo 0008 DSC to 306458646 Ship
Netherlands Antilles (22Dec05) (AI)
: Var. MRSC inc Roma 0134 DSC to 235008710 Ship
United Kingdom (22Dec05) (AI)
FNUO: Ship Cap St Jacques (France) RQs sister-ship
Cap St George/FQFD giving position 0000S 01600W.
(04Jan06) (RGA)
H3SN: Ship Gullholm (Panama Flag) 1914 GMDSS BQs
MRCC Stavanger/LFI for safety test. (04Jan06) (RGA)
Istanbul MRCC: Ankara 0220 DSC Test(21Dec05) (AI)
La Garde: (CROSS) 0548 DSC selftest(24Dec05) (AI)
LLRI3: Ship Ronj Skye (Norway) 1940 GMDSS RQs Lyngby
Radio/OXZ Denmark for safety test. (04Jan06) (RGA)
Malin Head: - MRCC Dublin 0547 DSC to 309067000 Ship
Bahamas (31Dec05) (AI)
MRCC Bilbao: 2207 DSC to 002241026 Las Palmas MRCC Tenerife, MRCC Las Palmas(24Dec05) (AI)
MRCC Bodo: 0132 DSC to 273130200 Ship
Russian
Federation (26Dec05) (AI)
MRCC Kaliningrad: 2353 DSC to 275250000 Ship
Latvia(21Dec05) (AI)
MRCC Madrid: 2052 DSC to 308296000
Ship
Bahamas(21Dec05) (AI)
MRCC Valencia: 2328 DSC All ships call RX / TX
2182(21Dec05) (AI)
MRCC Varna: 0304 DSC Test(22Dec05) (AI)
MRSC Shetland: 0235 DSC to 311457000 Ship Bahamas
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02187.5
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02187.5
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02187.5
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02199.0
02199.0
02199.0
02199.0
02214
02214
02214.0
02217.3
02217.3
02217.3
02217.4
02217.4
02226
02226
02226.0
02244.7
02244.7
02278
02278
02278
02278.0
02330.8
02360.0
02375.0
02418
02461.5
02473.0
02474.0
02558.1
02558.1
WUN-v12
(31Dec05) (AI)
Netherlands CG Radio: 0139 DSC All ships call RX /
TX 3673(22Dec05) (AI)
P3UY9: Pontoklydon (Cyprus) 2013 DSC RQs JRCC
Pireaus via Aspropirgos Attikis Greece for a safety check.
JRCC BQs. (14Jan06) (RGA)
PBK: Netherlands Coastguard Radio 1958 DSC All ships
preliminary call for voice bcast on 3673 kHz.
(14Jan06) (RGA)
PHCZ: OOCL St Petersburg (Netherlands) 2006 DSC RQs
LyngbyRadio/OXZ for a safety test. OXZ BQs.
(14Jan06) (RGA)
TCYN: Yilmaz Ayanoglu (Turkey) RQs MRCC
Tarifa/Almeria Spain for a safety check. MRCC BQs. (14Jan06)
(RGA)
Unid: MRSC inc Palermo 0008 DSC to 306458646 Ship
Netherlands Antilles(22Dec05) (AI)
Unid: MRSC inc Roma 0134 DSC to 235008710 Ship
United Kindom(22Dec05) (AI)
XSS: Unid 1519 ALE/USB sndg. (19/jan/06) (sw)
XSS: UNID 1613 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Sounding. Also 1628 1644 1659 1729 (31/Dec)(DW)
XSS: UNID 2129 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Sounding
(01/Jan)(DW)
XXS: Unid 1008 ALE/USB sndg. (04/jan/06) (sw)
: German Air Force D 2000 ARQ-E/85.8/180Hz RC=4
Beta's and RQ. (08Jan06) (PIRI)
: Unid 1815 ARQ-E/85.7/160 idling (01Jan06) (KB)
Unid Landes Kriminal Ambt D? 2000 ARQE 85.8baud
180Hz RC=4 Beta's and RQ. (08jan06) (piri)
XSS: Unid 1517 1532 1547 1602 ALE/USB sounding
(29Dec05) (KB)
XSS: UNID 2057 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Sounding. Also 2112z (01/Jan)(DW)
XSS: UNID 2276 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Sounding
(24/Dec)(DW)
XSS: Unid 0639 ALE/USB/USB Sounding (03Jan06) (AA)
XSS: Unid 1516 ALE/USB sndg. (19/jan/06) (sw)
: Aberdeen CG, G 2024 USB wx forecast (29Dec05) (KB)
FALMOUTH COASTGUARD: UK MCA 1343 USB Inshore waters
forecast and MIBs. (18Dec05) (RGA)
ukcg: aberdeen ID 1926 USB eng naws 20dec05 ML
DBGZ: Unid German CG vessel D 2003 ARQ shut off with
dbgz x 080106 2103 (08Jan06) (PIRI)
DBGZ: Unid German CG vessel D 2003ARQ shut off with
dbgz x 080106 2103 (08jan06) (piri)
: German Air Force D 2016 ARQ-E/85.8/180Hz RC=4
Encrypted tfc (08Jan06) (PIRI)
: Unid 1905 ARQ-E (looks like) 85.7/160 idle
(29Dec05) (KB)
: Unid D? 0715 ARQ-E/85.6/170 encrypted tfc
(12Jan06) (KB)
Unid: Landes Kriminal Ambt D? 2016 ARQe 85.8baud 180Hz RC=4
Encrypted tfc (08jan06) (piri)
P: Navy Kaliningrad (probably) 0550 CW marker
(21Dec05) (KB)
bretons fishermen: 1933 USB fr d/x 20dec05 ML
RD7: fishnet buoy 2359 CW marker (04/JAN/2005) (IDS)
: Unid 1910 ARQ-E 85.7/160 idling, as on 2278
(29Dec05) (KB)
0a: irish navy/coastguard 1715 arq selcalling cvvd
weak signal, tfc5 lg to 78, 49 weak sig
(19Dez05) (wp3)
PBB: HOL DN Den Helder 2225 rtty 75/850 (21Dec05) (MAL)
PBC: Dutch Navy Goeree Island 2341 RTTY 75/850 Carbs
(04/JAN/2005)(IDS)
IV6T: CIS MIL 1855 CW 5fg 77gr msg (26-dec-2005)(MSM)
nocall: unid prob CIS 1855 CW 5fg msg(26-dec-2005)(MSM)
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02565.5
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02600
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02608.0
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02608.4
02608.4
02617.0
02617.5
02618.5
02628
02643.0
02671.3
02675.4
02709
02713.0
02720.0
02750
02750
02750
02750.0
02750.0
02780
02780
02780
02780.0
02780.0
02780.0
02789
02789.0
02789.0
02789.0
02794
WUN-v12
fishermen: 1936 USB fr d/x 20dec05 ML
fishermen: 1937 USB fr d/x 20dec05 ML
OXZ: Lyngby Radio 1833 USB nav wngs (01Jan06) (KB)
VON: st john's can coast guards 2039 USN eng
wx21dec05 ML
PBK: Netherlands Coastguard, unid site 0942 USB
robot voice reading North Sea wx in EE. //3673 but weak
(09Jan06) (KB)
FUO: F FN Toulon, 2209 rtty 75/850 test tape
(21Dec05) (MAL)
FUO: French Navy Toulon 0132 test tape RTTY 75/850
(05/JAN/2005) (IDS)
FUO: FN TOULON 2116 rtty 75/N/850 Marker "FAAA de
FUO testing RYs SGs figs voyez vous le brick int zbz nnnn".
Period of lettershifts then repeat (07/Jan)(DW)
FUO: FN Toulon F 2030 RTTY 75baud 840Hz faaa de fuo
testing RY/SG (08jan06) (piri)
FUO: FN Toulon F 2030 RTTY/75/840 faaa de fuo
testing RY/SG (08Jan06) (PIRI)
GYA: G RN Northwood, 2205 Fax meteo chart (21Dec05)(MAL)
GYA: RN NORTHWOOD 2100 FAX 120/576/N/800 Sfc anal.
M/path fading (07/Jan)(DW)
GYA: RN Northwood 0011 FAX 120LPM (low signal)
(05/JAN/2005) (IDS)
VMC: Charleville Meteo 1824 FAX margin lines
discernable in noise (01Jan06) (KB)
A9M: Hamala radio BHR 20:58 Sitor-A / 100 / 170 arq
burst anf CW identification (20 Dec) (PPA)
dlvy: ZB Hamburg 0700 arq gets &#8222;Lagemeldung&#8220;
from kuewaz (3Jan06) (wp3)
: Unid 1940 UNID FSK/150/500 (12Jan06) (KB)
: Unid 1916 UNID FSK/96/200 tfc after several
minutes of reversals and "v" in fsk Morse at times
(13Jan06) (KB)
unid: 1939 USB ukrainian? 20dec05 ML
SPS: witowo 1941 USB polish wx baltic sea20dec05 ML
VC6: Estonian Army 2004 ALE/USB Calls RX1. (09Jan06) (RGA)
VC6: Estonian Army? 1541 ALE/USB clg OV5 and DV9 who
responds (14Jan06) (KB)
VC6: Estonian Military 1737 clg RX1 who responds,
and OV5. Mil-style voice comms in Russian in background
(28Dec05) (KB)
VC6: Est-Mil 1941 ALE/USB clg DV9 (21/dec/05) (sw)
VC6: Est-Mil 2331 ALE/USB clg DV9 (08/jan/06) (sw)
FUC: FN Cherbourg F 2051 RTTY/75/740 faaa de fuc
testing RY/SG (08Jan06) (PIRI)
FUC: FNy Cherebourg,F 1746 RTTY/75/850 "Voyez vous
le brick..." (19/12/05) (ZE)
FUC: French Navy Cherbourg 1222 RTTY/75/850 Bricks
tests. (18Dec05) (RGA)
fuc: FN Cherbourg 0753 rtty 75/850 kaa de fuc vv
testing (18Dez05) (wp3)
FUC: FN CHERBOURG 2136 rtty 75/N/850 Marker "aa de
FUC testing RYs SGs figs voyez vous le brick int zbz nnnn"
(07/Jan)(DW)
FUC: FN Cherbourg F 2051 RTTY 75baud 740Hz aa de fic
testing RY/SG (08jan)6) (piri)
FUE: French Navy Brest 1259 RTTY/50/850 Tests to ALL
de FUE. (18Dec05) (RGA)
fue: FN Brest 1630 rtty 75/850 VZCZCABC001
ALL
DE FUE
ALL DE FUE
ALL DE FUE TESTWVPPLTESTING
TESTING
YRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYR (3Jan06) (wp3)
FUE: FN BREST 2140 rtty 75/N/850 Marker "zczc abc001
all de FUE testing RYs SG figs int zbz nnnn"
(07/Jan)(DW)
FUE: French Navy Brest 2347 test tape RTTY 75/850
(04/JAN/2005) (IDS)
CERC: Unid 1834 ALE/USB clg JENE who responds. Same
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02794
02813.9
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02845.0
02872.0
02899.0
02962.0
03137
03150.0
03155.0
03155.0
03155.0
03155.0
03155.0
03159
03159.0
03159.4
03161
03161
03161
03161
03161
03161
03161
03161
03161
03161
03161.0
03161.0
03161.0
03161.0
03161.0
03161.0
03161.0
03161.0
03162
03190
03204
03207
WUN-v12
at 1904 (03Jan06) (KB)
DRYZ: Unid 1917 ALE/USB clg CERC 2x. QRM by
permanent unid dig. transmission on same frequency (03Jan06) (KB)
MTI: RN PLYMOUTH 0918 RTTY 75/R/200 CARB "02 02a
MTI" (26/Dec)(DW)
PBB: HOL DN Den Helder 2215 rtty 75/850 (21Dec05)(MAL)
PBB: DN DEN HELDER 2143 rtty 75/N/850 CARB. All
channels inactive (07/Jan)(DW)
Gander Radio: 0520 wkg unid flight (05/JAN/2005) (IDS)
Shanwick: 2256 USB/Voice ATC with various
airplanes,1st time copy,(06-jan-2006)(MSM)
Santa Maria Radio: 0455 wkg unid flight
(05/JAN/2005) (IDS)
190023: USAF C-5A Galaxy Tail 69-0023 0222 ALE/USB
Sounding. HF-GCS Scope Command. (29NOV05) (RB)
PCD: E10 Isr SpyNumber 2200 USB (06-jan-2006)(MSM)
1001: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 2228 ALE/USB
sndg. (08/jan/06) (sw)
1001: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 2243 ALE/USB
clg 1306 (08/jan/06) (sw)
1001: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 2252 ALE/USB
clg 1307 (08/jan/06) (sw)
1116: Mrc Protection Civile Marocaine 2241 ALE/USB
sndg (18/jan/06) (sw)
1116: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 2222 ALE/USB
sndg. (08/jan/06) (sw)
9MR5: MN Johor Baharu MLA 2013 RTTY/50/850 9MR
5/10/11 MRB RY/SG (02Jan06) (PIRI)
9MR5: MN Johor Baharu MLA 2013 RTTY 50 baud 9MR
5/10/11 MRB RY/SG (02jan06) (piri)
: Unid 2105 FEC 100/170 ("POL-ARQ"?) encrypted
(10Jan06) (KB)
XFU: Unid 'XSS Net' 1855 ALE/USB Sounds. (18Jan06) (RGA)
XGH: Unid 1033 ALE/USB clg XSS who replies. No tfc.
Later XSS sounding as usual (29Dec05) (KB)
XSS: 2118 ALE/USB Sounding. (08Jan06) (RGA)
XSS: Unid 'XSS Net' 1811 ALE/USB Sounds 2199 2217.4
3161 3227 3227.4. (18Jan06) (RGA)
XSS: Unid 0722 ALE/USB sounding about 50 times until
1500. Probably Central or W Europe (20Dec05) (KB)
XSS: Unid 1830 ALE/USB Sounds 3161 and 2199 kHz.
(30Dec05) (RGA)
XSS: Unid 1858 ALE/USB Sounding. (04Jan06) (RGA)
XSS: Unid 2023 ALE/USB Sounds on 3161 and 2199 kHz.
(19Dec05) (RGA)
XSS: Unid 2207 ALE/USB Sounds as always. Also on
3227.4 and 2217.4 kHz. (04Jan06) (RGA)
XSS: XSS Net 2006 ALE/USB Sounding. (09Jan06) (RGA)
XFU: UNID 2310 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Sounding. Also at 2325 2340 2355 (18/Jan)(DW)
XGH: UNID 0822 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng XSS
(06/Jan)(DW)
XSS: Unid 1449 ALE/USB sndg. (06/jan/06) (sw)
XSS: Unid 1520 ALE/USB sndg. (19/jan/06) (sw)
XSS: UNID 2013 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
sounding. Also 2113 (24/Dec)(DW)
XSS: UNID 2102 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng
XGH. No response (05/Jan)(DW)
XSS: UNID 2253 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Sounding. Also at 2259 2308 2314 2323 2329 2338 2344 2353
2359 (18/Jan)(DW)
XXS: Unid 1002 ALE/USB sndg. (04/jan/06) (sw)
3OZP: CIS Military 2111 CW 3OZP R 386 K. (08Jan06) (RGA)
NUVD: Ukranian Military 2133 CW RPT PBL K. Z3MP
replies: Z3MP 772 32 9 2313 772 K. NUVD R 772 K. Simplex
net. (09Jan06)(RGA)
L: Unid SLB 2041 CW Chirpy signal. (09Jan06) (RGA)
: The xx7 Oddity. Unid propagation logger, RUS or
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03207
03207
03220
03227.4
03227.4
03227.4
03227.4
03227.4
03227.4
03233
03243
03252.1
03252.2
03260
03260
03260.0
03260.0
03270
03270.0
03280.0
03280.0
03283
03286
03296
03299
03300
03300.0
03310
03317
03326.5
WUN-v12
UKR 1827 FSK burst @100 bps, then in 10 s/1 MHz steps up to
9207. At times responding(?) station heard. Also at 1837 and
1847. Not logged on xx007 + 200 kHz before (16Dec05) (KB)
: Unid 1722 CW ÄÄÄÄÄ 57354 Ä 25846 K. (18Jan06) (RGA)
APDS: Russian Military 2040 CW Comms check with at
least P4OA ZL3M 8Y2M DAX6. (23Dec05) (RGA)
T2GY: Russian Military 2025 CW TVKH Q___ XZBS JZE3
JAZ1 TVKH de T2GY R 274? K. TVKH de T2GY COR COL PBL T2GY
274 29 9 2304 274 K. LHJZ ZY5W QTA 274 K.
(09Jan06) (RGA)
FCEP: CIS Military 1735 CW FCEP QSA? QRK? QXS FOR
WLMV WLMV K. (18Jan06) (RGA)
XSS : unid station 21:09 USB/ALE sounding (6 Jan) (PPA)
XSS: UNID 1343 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Sounding. Also 1345 (06/Jan)(DW)
XSS: Unid 1444 ALE/USB sndg. (06/jan/06) (sw)
XSS: Unid 1820 ALE/USB/USB Sounding (03Jan06) (AA)
XSS: Unid 2327 ALE/USB sndg. (12/jan/06) (sw)
XXS: Unid 1430 ALE/USB sndg. (04/jan/06) (sw)
ALV: Lithuanian Mil? 1950 ALE/USB clg JPQ (10Jan06) (KB)
: Prob Ukranian Military 2055 RTTY/50/240
Telecipher. Enciphered Baudot. ZZZZZZZZZZ headers.
Freq 3243.25 kHz. (23Dec05) (RGA)
: Tashkent Meteo? 1547 FAX/120/576 noisy chart,
probably nephanalysis. Map area and logo very similar to
respective product received from Tashkent until mid 2003
(14Jan06) (KB)
: Unid RUS? 1601 FAX/120/576 large (2460 lines)
blurred chart with isolines. Layout and skew similar to unid
on 4067. Nil on 11/Jan on both frequencies
(10Jan06) (KB)
S4S000OGBMRM1: Unid 1728 ALE/USB clg V1S000OEKCOPER
(11Jan06) (KB)
S4S000OGBMRM1: Unid 1951 ALE/USB Calls
V1S000OEKCOPER (30Dec05) (RGA)
S4S000OGBMRM1: Unid 1856 ALE/USb clg V1S000OEKCOPER
(18/dec/05) (sw)
V1S000OEKCOPER: Unid 1856 ALE/USb clg S4S000OGBMRM1
(18/dec/05) (sw)
: CIS Military 2251 MS-5/4800/USB Enciphered
Vocoder. (04Jan06) (RGA)
OPQ: prob. Lithuanian MIL 1838 USB/ALE clng OP1
(02-jan-2006)(MSM)
ACA: UNID 0159 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Sounding
(26/Dec)(DW)
ACA: Unid poss DISA Net 2331 ALE/USB sndg.
(12/jan/06) (sw)
Unid: 1756 ALE/USB/USB Undecodeable signal (03Jan06) (AA)
SKZ8: Ukranian Military 1712 CW Comms check with
BG9J XHPJ QD6C HT3O and others. (18Jan06) (RGA)
O38M: Russian Military 1646 CW Message for ANE1:
O38M 568 24 18 1930 568 = 068 = AAAAA LRWDR DLVLH ... RSHZO
AZKBA = 608 RPT AL K. (18Jan06) (RGA)
ZP3C: Russian Military 1546 CW Msg to unid: ZP3C 404
43 18 1827 404 = 749 15551 45416 ... 10868 18041 K. Correspendent
QSLs but too weak to copy. Then message to
9FMO: ZP3C 835 45 18 1835 835 = 194 = DDDDD GLCOy OBBSJ ...
ICCEB AZKGW K. 9FMO R 835 K. (18Jan06) (RGA)
RHP: Unid 2019 ALE/USB clg AAP. Also at 2059 and
2109 (09Jan06) (KB)
RHI: Unid 1846 ALE/USB clg AAI (21/dec/05) (sw)
EST: Tallinn Radio 0705 USB gale wng in EE. At 1834
nav wngs also in Estonian, but blocked by Odessa R
(11Jan06) (KB)
: CIS Military 2210 MS-5/4480/USB Cipher. (09Jan06) (RGA)
ZLA4: CIS Military 1730 CW SH3K de ZLA4 QSA IMI K.
Repeated without response. Known simplex net.
(14Jan06) (RGA)
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03333
03340.0
03348
03350
03354
03354
03390
03397
03408
03413.0
03494
03520.5
03521.0
03533.0
03533.0
03533.0
03562
03594
03645.0
03673
03737.5
03775
03775
03775
03803
03803
03805
03805
03805
03805
03805
03805
03805
03805
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DRAB: FGS Hamburg F220 1802 USB clg DRAS for rc
(11Jan06) (KB)
OEH2001: Austrian Red Cross HQ (Generalsecretariat),
Mobil Unit,AUT 1740 xTOR bursts, with frequent CW-id
"OEH2001" on 3341.5 kHz(7/Dec/05)(ALF)
1PPT: Ukranian Military 2358 CW Unid NCS calls 4MWM
with ZGJ ZUZ ZZX QYT5 K. Then QRJ? QYT5; QRJ3 QYT5. QTY5
mode is unknown. (28Dec05) (RGA)
OP1: Lithuanian Mil 1906 ALE/USB clg OPQ, then voice
tfc. Weak, sounded like RR rather than Lit. (09Jan06) (KB)
6JOS: CIS Military 2020 CW R 298 IMI K. (23Dec05) (RGA)
YFSS: CIS Military 2217 CW Ends 23 x 5LG msg ...
HFAäL äPPWE 730 K. Then YFSS AS K. NW QRV K. YFSS R 606 K.
(09Jan06) (RGA)
MGJ: RN Secure Bcast System 1404 RTTY/75/850 CARBs
02 04. Bearing 360° - Inskip transmitter.(18Dec05) (RGA)
QF3K: Enigma M89 2301 CW V T3AP de QF3K. (18Jan06) (RGA)
: CIS Military 2305 RUS-75/75/200 Setup opchat then
cipher. (18Jan06) (RGA)
Shannon: Volmet 2213 USB(06-jan-2006)(MSM)
SDJ: Stockholm Radio 1953 USB advising unid aircraft
with garbled modulation to switch to "radio no. 2"
(18Dec05) (KB)
1WX: Multinational NATO Exercise Net, EUR 1654 J3EUSB OM/EE sx wkg 0OE with 2 letter NUKO msgs.
(20/Sept/2005)(ALF)
IDR: Italian Navy Roma, I 2237 J3E-USB sx OM wkg MR,
IDR IDed as "DR". (26/Sept/2005)(ALF)
TYMA1: Spa-Pol Avila 2321 ALE/USB clg TZSA2 Almeria
(21/dec/05) (sw)
TYMA1: Spa-Pol Avila 2334 ALE/USB clg TZSG2 Granada
(21/dec/05) (sw)
TYMG1: Spa-Pol Guadalajara 2321 ALE/USB clg TX2
(21/dec/05) (sw)
SSC5: Enigma M89 (?) CW 2314 CW V TLU1 de SSC5.
(18Jan06) (RGA)
C: SLB Moscow 2105 CW // 4558 & 5154. (15Jan06) (RGA)
UM12: Unid ALG MOI 2240 ALE/USB clng JL10 (11Jan06) (MAL)
PBK: Netherlands Coastguard, Scheveningen site 0948
USB North Sea wx by Dutch robot voice //2600
(09Jan06) (KB)
nocall: prob CIS MIL 1920 CW 5fg msg hand tx then
random letters (mess) (02-jan-2006)(MSM)
GNLH: Ukrainian Mil 2324 CW Comm ck with MH6V 8GT2
H6OW G76L XXN3 KNXX (via Kristianstad, Sweden DX-tuner)
(30 Dec 05) (JC5)
MMQO: Ukranian Military 1934 CW Msg to unid: MMQO
168 72 23 21_0 168 = 555= AAAAA JRHQI SDLXL ... GNOCH BWKVK
K. (23Dec05) (RGA)
ZSQH: Ukranian Military 2332 CW Calls TOE4 with QTC.
Lacking apparent response sends blind: QTC 418 52 29 0120
418 = 843 = AAAAA WXRDJ BPDBV ... VKYyV VDyHW BIKDK K.
(28Dec05) (RGA)
DV9: Estonian Mil? 1540 ALE/USB clg VC6 (26Dec05) (KB)
VC6: Estonian Mil? 1540 ALE/USB clg RX1 (26Dec05) (KB)
1001: Unid 0137 ALE/USB clg 2403 2405 1105 1106.
Various ids for this net reported in WUN logs: Moroccan
Civil Defence, Moroccan Army, Egyptian border guard
(27Dec05) (KB)
1002: Unid 2300 ALE/USB sounding (26Dec05) (KB)
1011: Unid 0245 ALE/USB clg 1319 who responds
(27Dec05) (KB)
1102: Unid 0421 ALE/USB sounding (27Dec05) (KB)
1103: Unid 2310 ALE/USB sounding (26Dec05) (KB)
1104: Unid 2312 ALE/USB sounding (26Dec05) (KB)
1105: Protection Civile Morocaine 2220 ALE/USB Calls
1001. (04Jan06) (RGA)
1105: Unid 2328 ALE/USB sounding (26Dec05) (KB)
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1106: Unid 0454 ALE/USB sounding (27Dec05) (KB)
1108: Unid 0420 ALE/USB sounding (27Dec05) (KB)
110: Unid 2312 2328 0439 ALE/USB sounding
(26/27Dec05) (KB)
03805
1112: Unid 2324 ALE/USB sounding (26Dec05) (KB)
03805
1113: Unid 1809 0407 ALE/USB sounding (26/27Dec05) (KB)
03805
1116: Unid 2353 ALE/USB sounding 2x (26Dec05) (KB)
03805
1119: Unid 2338 ALE/USB sounding (26Dec05) (KB)
03805
111: Unid 2338 ALE/USB sounding (26Dec05) (KB)
03805
1301: Unid 2304 ALE/USB sounding (26Dec05) (KB)
03805
1302: Unid 0418 ALE/USB sounding (27Dec05) (KB)
03805
1304: Unid 0418 ALE/USB sounding (27Dec05) (KB)
03805
1305: Unid 0443 ALE/USB sounding (27Dec05) (KB)
03805
1308: Unid 0407 ALE/USB sounding (27Dec05) (KB)
03805
1309: Unid 0224 ALE/USB clg 2001 who responds
(27Dec05) (KB)
03805
1311: Unid 0400 ALE/USB sounding (27Dec05) (KB)
03805
131: Unid 2318 2337 0405 ALE/USB sounding
(26/27Dec05) (KB)
03805
1324: Unid 0246 ALE/USB clg 1011 who responds
(27Dec05) (KB)
03805
1325: Unid 0438 ALE/USB sounding (27Dec05) (KB)
03805
132: Unid 0410 ALE/USB sounding (27Dec05) (KB)
03805
2001: Unid 0119 ALE/USB clg 2401 2512 2206 1109
(27Dec05) (KB)
03805
2002: Unid 2255 ALE/USB sounding 3x (26Dec05) (KB)
03805
2011: Unid 0356 ALE/USB sounding (27Dec05) (KB)
03805
2201: Unid 2345 ALE/USB sounding (26Dec05) (KB)
03805
2202: Unid 0056 ALE/USB sounding (27Dec05) (KB)
03805
2204: Unid 2259 ALE/USB sounding (26Dec05) (KB)
03805
2206: Unid 0415 ALE/USB sounding (27Dec05) (KB)
03805
220: Unid 0031 ALE/USB sounding (27Dec05) (KB)
03805
2211: Unid 1845 ALE/USB sounding (26Dec05) (KB)
03805
2212: Unid 1956 0557 ALE/USB sounding (26/27Dec05) (KB)
03805
2213: Unid 0531 ALE/USB snd (27Dec05) (KB)
03805
2214: Unid 0359 ALE/USB sounding (27Dec05) (KB)
03805
2401: Unid 0430 ALE/USB sounding (27Dec05) (KB)
03805
2408: Unid 0348 ALE/USB sounding (27Dec05) (KB)
03805
240: Unid 2255 ALE/USB sounding 2x (26Dec05) (KB)
03805
2412: Unid 0359 ALE/USB sounding (27Dec05) (KB)
03805
2419: Unid 2336 ALE/USB sounding (26Dec05) (KB)
03805
241: Unid 2329 ALE/USB sounding (26Dec05) (KB)
03805
2512: Unid 2254 ALE/USB sounding 2x (26Dec05) (KB)
03805
2519: Unid 2324 ALE/USB sounding (26Dec05) (KB)
03805
251: Unid 2324 ALE/USB sounding (26Dec05) (KB)
03805.0 1002: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 2228 ALE/USB
sndg. (08/jan/06) (sw)
03805.0 1012: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 2228 ALE/USB
clg 1304 (08/jan/06) (sw)
03805.0 1116: Mrc Protection Civile Marocaine 2240 ALE/USB
sndg (18/jan/06) (sw)
03805.0 2201: Mrc Protection Civile Marocaine 2246 ALE/USB
sndg (18/jan/06) (sw)
03805.0 2201: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 2225 ALE/USB
sndg. (08/jan/06) (sw)
038055.0 2001: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 2238 ALE/USB
clg 2512 (08/jan/06) (sw)
038055.0 2001: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 2246 ALE/USB
clg 2513 (08/jan/06) (sw)
038055.0 2513: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 2246 ALE/USB
clg 2001 (08/jan/06) (sw)
03810.0 HD2IOA: TS Guayaquil EQA 07:25 J3E / LSB Spanish
time announcements and time pips (25 Dec) (PPA)
03810.0 nocall: prob CIS MIL 1935 CW 5fg number msg low sigs
"7994T 45462 45462 T64T7 T64T7 = =3 3 3 3 3 5 3 5 T T T
"(02-jan-2006)(MSM)
03823
AA1: 103 Sqn IAF Ben Gurion 2116 ALE/USB Sounding on
3823 and 5478 kHz. (15Dec05) (RGA)
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03805
03805
03805
03823
03823
03823
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03823.0
03823.0
03823.0
03826
03826
03841.5
03863
03863
03900
03900.0
03900.0
03954
04025.0
04028.0
04043.0
04050
04051
04067.1
04068
04068
04068
04068.0
04068.0
04068.0
04075
04110
04120.0
04137
04138
04138
04138
04150.7
04152.5
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AA1: Israeli AF 2151 ALE/USB Sounding. (29Dec05) (RGA)
AAA: Israeli AF 2152 ALE/USB Sounds. (04Jan06) (RGA)
VC6: Estonian Army 1920 ALE/USB Calls DV9. (30Dec05) (RGA)
AAA: Isr-Af Tel Aviv 1551 ALE/USB sndg.(29/dec/05) (sw)
AAA: Isr-Af Tel Aviv 1641 ALE/USB sndg. (10/jan/06) (sw)
AAA: Isr-Af Tel Aviv 2008 ALE/USB sndg. (12/jan/06) (sw)
VC6: Est-Mil 1548 ALE/USB clg DV9 (03/jan/06) (sw)
8ODS: Ukranian Military 0016 CW Bcasts msg to unid:
8ODS QTC 020 54 29 0200 020 = 843 = 11111 99405 ... 90560
29052 RPT AL K. (29Dec05) (RGA)
D6Z2: Ukrainian Mil 2129 CW Comm ck with EYIL MHVC
BESG OKQB MLXU QCEC FHY6 NBFD (via Kristianstad DX-Tuner)
(30 Dec 05) (JC5)
CIS MIL 1950 CW 5fg msg, hand tx, (02-jan-2006)(MSM)
8AYI: Ukrainian Mil 1706 CW strategic flash message:
"X X X X X X ESUP ESUP 82465 hANTAV 6535" 1723 Comm ck
with 2X1P PO7T NDCX O2YN KWNP M5HA KA4I EE3N YLWP YE8Q 6ENB
C9F7 MYSD BTCV M9ZL (via Kristianstad DX-Tuner)
(30Dec05) (JC5)
E7BD: Ukrainian Military 1711 CW comm ck with PROX,
QAI3, BVTP, GPAS, CKT6, 3QZR, CUPR, KNI9, 8RVU, ELK7, SG7R,
GZX1. Interrupted twice to send strategic flash: 1716: "X X
X X X X ESUP ESUP 47292 ABAVUR 9776" 1720: "X X X X X X ESUP
ESUP 89141 hANOWNYJ 6054" (h = - - - -) (via Stuttgart,
Germany DX-TUNERS) (29Dec05) (JC5)
JE21: Algerian Mil? 0707 ALE/USB clg UM22, then dig
tfc (21Dec05) (KB)
JE25: Alg-Mil 2337 ALE/USB clg UM20 (08/jan/06) (sw)
VC6: Est-Mil 1935 ALE/USB clg DV9 (03/jan/06) (sw)
C: SLB Moscow 2234 CW (09Jan06) (RGA)
unid: prob.G07 2022 AM German Lady with numbers
(strange accent rec: http://tinyurl.com/achws) ended with
"000". SpyNumbers database showed nothing.
(02-jan-2006)(MSM)
no call: Cuban DGI CUB 06:40 USB / J3E SS 5F msg
(30 DEC) (PPA)
RMP : Navy Kaliningrad RUS 20:15 BEE 36-50 / 50 /
200 encrypted msg followed by beacon operation transmitting
P (20 Dec) (PPA)
: Fishfone 1604 SAILOR-CRYPT-2001/USB Male voices.
Synch in FSK at f+1500 Hz. (14Jan06) (RGA)
P: Beacon Kaliningrad 0901 CW (04/Jan/06) (AA)
---: UNID 1650 FAX 120/576/N/1000 Weak, grainy fax.
Two labels but undecipherable (28/Dec)(DW)
4N7R: Unid 1831 ALE/USB clg MJMD, later wkg PGID and
BSWE (21Dec05) (KB)
BZWE: Unid 1601 ALE/USB clg PGID, then dig tfc
(21Dec05) (KB)
YVBZ: Unid 1812 ALE/USB clg PGID who responds, then
into dig tfc (21Dec05) (KB)
BZWE: Unid 2027 ALE/USB clg 4N7R (21/dec/05) (sw)
PGID: Unid 2025 ALE/USB clg YVBZ (21/dec/05) (sw)
YVBZ: Unid 2025 ALE/USB clg PGID (21/dec/05) (sw)
JPQ: Lithuanian Navy Klaipeda(?) 0700 ALE/USB clg
PLZ (09Jan06) (KB)
: More Fishfone 1606 USB Dutch/Flemish. 2 OM.
(14Jan06) (RGA)
nocall: 2045 USB Arab OM in QSO, NET, Sailors
(02-jan-2006)(MSM)
JPQ: Navy Klaipeda, LTU 2053 ALE/USB clg FRZ.
Further strong ALE bursts not decoded for some reason
(20Dec05) (KB)
A20: Unid 2052 ALE/USB clg S10 (20Dec05) (KB)
E01: Unid 2023 ALE/USB clg A20 several times
(20Dec05) (KB)
S10: Unid 2033 ALE/USB clg A20 until 0245 (20Dec05) (KB)
: Unid 1953 REVS/45/950 REA4 (?) (23Dec05) (RGA)
Charly-Echo: DRCE: P 6121 (S 71 - GEPARD) 7.SG
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04152.5
04152.5
04159.7
04166.3
04166.3
04166.4
04181
04207.5
04207.5
04207.5
04207.5
04207.5
04209.5
04209.5
04212
04212.6
04214.0
04216.0
04218.5
04219.0
04219.0
04224.6
04225.2
04225.2
04226.5
04226.5
04226.5
04226.5
04228.0
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Warnemünde 1345 USB/Stanag-4285 wkg DHJ59: Wilhelmshaven
(19/JAN/06) (KK)
Charly-India: DRCI: P 6125 (S 75 - ZOBEL) 7.SG
Warnemünde 1340 USB/Stanag-4285 wkg DHJ59: Wilhelmshaven
(19/JAN/06) (KK)
Foxtrott-Charly: DRFC: M 1058 (FULDA) 1.MG Olpenitz
1335 USB/Stanag-4285 wkg DHJ59: Wilhelmshaven
(19/JAN/06) (KK)
No Call: unid 1127 Stanag-4285/600bps (19/JAN/06) (KK)
XSS: UNID 1716 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Sounding
(08/Jan)(DW)
XSS: Unid 1721 ALE/USB sounding (06/Jan/06) (AA)
XSS: unid station 15:45 USB/ALE sounding (7 Jan) (PPA)
: Unid 1631 CW slowly repeating "287/00" ("287/tt")
until 1635, then off after "= + + +" (20Dec05) (KB)
LZW: WarnaRadio Bulgaria 1825 GMDSS Preliminary call
to all ships for FEC Weather/MIB bcast on 4218.5 and 12587
kHz. (18Dec05) (RGA)
SXLZ: Ship Aquajoy (Greek Flag) RQs MRCC Piraeus/SVO
Category: Safety. Piraeus BQs. Then tries SAR Centre
Cairo/SUH. (18Dec05) (RGA)
UGMN: Ship Koulonga (Russia) 1807 GMDSS RQs
Fortuna/UFHH for simplex telephone call on 2258 kHz. UFHH
BQs. (18Dec05) (RGA)
UUBO: Ship Dmitri Kantemir (Ukraine) 1739 GMDSS RQs
LyngbyRadio/OXZ Category: Safety. (18Dec05) (RGA)
XSG: MRCC Shanghai 1726 GMDSS BQs ship
Montania/A8AS5 (Liberia) CATEGORY: SAFETY. (18Dec05) (RGA)
XSY: 0110 1555 XSY TAI FEC - Hualien - PA45 10jan06 (CVS1)
XSY: Tiwan 09-01-2006 Mode navtex. 15:46 01jan06 (PIRI)
UGC: Sankt Peterburg Radio Russia 1620 ARQ w/Morse
ID. (14Jan06) (RGA)
UBJ/UON: BakuRadio AZB 1620 CW Wx fcasts for
Caspian Sea in RR 'FM BAKU 665 244 14/1 145 = Prognoz po
Kaspiysko.. more..' Tgms 'PRIM FM BAKU NR ...'. Signs off
4KK de UBJ/UON QSS QSX 514/ 4307 500/4282.5 SK. At 1650
receiving traffic from ship Azerbaijan/4JDG and other 4J/4K
calls. (14Jan06) (RGA)
IDR2: IN ROME 2021 RTTY 75/N/850 CARB "IDR8 /IGJ42
/IGJ43 /IDR2 /IDR3 /IGJ41" and periodic legend
(03/Jan)(DW)
TAH: ISTANBUL RADIO 2023 CW Chan free marker "TAH"
(03/Jan)(DW)
lzw: Varna Radio 1245 fec CQ CQ CQ DE LZW LZW VARNA
RADIO TFC LIST06/01/2006 12:45 UTC ------- (6Jan06) (wp3)
LZW: VARNA RADIO 2027 CW Chan free marker "de LZW
LZW". qrm fm TAH (03/Jan)(DW)
TAH: ISTANBUL RADIO 2024 arq 100/E/170 End of qso in
irs mode. Two tone clear down. Revert to chan free marker
"TAH" in cw. (03/Jan)(DW)
no call: Israeli intel ISR 20:20 4VFT PSK / 75 / 88
single channelACF=112 no decode ,ends at 20:23
(20 Dec) (PPA)
IDR: IN ROME 1733 STANAG 4285 on usb. 600/L Baudot
5N1. CARB in p/language. Periodic Legend. Idle 1's between
(02/Jan)(DW)
igj42: I Navy Augusta 1559 stanag4285/600L/5n1 IDR.4
X .IGJ.42 X.IGJ.43 X.IDR.2 X.IDR.3 X.IGJ.44 X (3Jan06) (wp3)
XSS: Unid 1104 ALE/USB sounding every 7-15 minutes.
Monitored until 1314; no other calls seen (03Jan06) (KB)
XSS: UNID 1841 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Sounding. Also 1924, 1926, 1939, 1941 (02/Jan)(DW)
XSS: Unid ALE/USB sndg. Also noted on 3161 3227.4
06425.0 and 10458 (11/jan/06) (sw
XXS: Unid 0958 ALE/USB sndg. (04/jan/06) (sw)
UIW: KALININGRAD RADIO 1500 rtty 50/R/170 Marker
"RYs qss 4228/8454/12877.5/16927" then blind tfc. 1615
Marker RYs 4228/8454/12877.5/16927 nawip" then into Nav wngs
Pagina 48
04238
04238
04244.0
04247
04247
04247.0
04247.0
04250.5
04271.0
04280.0
04295
04295.0
04295.0
04295.0
04317.9
04317.9
04317.9
04319
04322.1
04331
04331.0
04331.0
04331.0
04331.0
04342.1
04411.0
04433.0
04444
04455.8
04458
04458
04458
04458
04458
04458
04462.0
04480
04483.0
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in 3SC. (04/Jan)(DW)
VTP4: Indian Navy Vishakhapatnam 1750 CW Marker.
(18Jan06) (RGA)
VTP4: Vishakhapatnam Naval Radio India 1741 CW VVV
de VTP4/5/6. (14Jan06) (RGA)
DAO4A: KIEL RADIO 2028 CW Chan free marker for
Pactor-III. CW ID "cq de DAO4A" every 3 mins
(03/Jan)(DW)
MGJ: RN Faslane G 2046 RTTY/100/ 840 CARB (15Jan06) (PIRI)
MGJ: RN Secure Bcast System 1725 RTTY/100/800 CARBs.
(14Jan06) (RGA)
MGJ: RN FASLANE 1345 RTTY 100/E/N/850 CARB inc
"1zyix 2ccix ..." strings (03/Jan)(DW)
MGJ: RN Faslane G 2046 RTTY 100BD 840HZ shift CARB
(15jan06) (piri)
HEB24: GLN BERN 1723 CW Pactor-iii marker with cw ID
"CQ de HEB24" every 3 mins (02/Jan)(DW)
CFH: CF HALIFAX 223 FAX 120/576/N/800 Ice chart
(03/Jan)(DW)
pbb: DN Den Helder 1614 rtty 75/850 02a
02boo 04b
04c
06a 06b
08a
08b
12a
16a
pbb
(3Jan06) (wp3)
FUE: FN Brest F 2054 RTTY/75 All de fue testing
ry/sg (12Jan06) (PIRI)
fue: FN Brest 1551 rtty 75/850 vczcabc001 all de fue
(3Jan06) (wp3)
FUE: FN BREST 1728 RTTY 75/N/850 Marker "zczc abc001
all de FUE RYs SGs figs int zbz nnnn" (02/Jan)(DW)
FUE: FN Brest F 2054 rtty 75 Baud all de fue testing
ry/sg (12jan06) (piri)
: Moscow Meteo 1530 FAX/120/576 700 hPa analysis
with synoptic data. QRM, better on //10610.9
(18Dec05) (KB)
: Moscow Meteo RUS 1615 FAX/120/576 analysis 500 MB
(27/12/05) (ZE)
NMG: USCG New Orleans USA 0655 FAX/120/576 wind wave
fcst (27/12/05) (ZE)
: AFN Diego Garcia AFN 1828 USB With a basketball
game. (16Dec05) (CC)
MGJ: RN FASLANE 2056 RTTY 75/N/340 CARB. Only
operational chan in 4 chan VFT (14/Jan)(DW)
4XZ: IN Haifa ISR 2057 CW vvv de 4xz 4xz = =
(12Jan06) (PIRI)
4XZ: IN HAIFA 1623 CW Marker "vvv de 4XZ==" (02/Jan)(DW)
4XZ: IN Haifa ISR 2057 morse vvv de 4xz 4xz = =
(12jan06) (piri)
4XZ: ISR NAVY Haifa 2221 CW id marker (06-jan-2006)(MSM)
4XZ: ISR NVY Haifa 2050 CW "vvv de"(02-jan-2006)(MSM)
unid: unid station 20:54 F1B / 300 / 200 burst mode
ACF=17 no decode in parallel with 6444.1
(20 Dec) (PPA)
WARSZAWA3: Pol-Moi 1935 ALE/USB sndg. (21/dec/05) (sw)
OLIW: Russian military RUS 21:11 5L msg to SALD
(20 Dec) (PPA)
: USN Napoli Italy 2001 LINK-11/2250/USB TADIL-A.
(23Dec05) (RGA)
unid: unid Middle east aero station 19:31 ARQ-E /
46,1 / 170 Betaidling (20 Dec) (PPA)
2010: Unid 1829 ALE/USB sounding (08Jan06) (KB)
2016: Unid 1803 ALE/USB clg 3011 (08Jan06) (KB)
2017: Unid 1825 ALE/USB sounding (08Jan06) (KB)
3011: Unid 1845 ALE/USB sounding (08Jan06) (KB)
3014: Unid 1821 ALE/USB sounding (08Jan06) (KB)
5046: Unid 1809 ALE/USB sounding (08Jan06) (KB)
DIAMANTI: Alb-Mil 1627 ALE/USB clg DRINI (19/jan/06) (sw)
: CIS Military 2126 MS-5/4800/USB Cipher. (15Jan06) (RGA)
DHO98: unid GAF (Trainee) 0924 USB wkg 07XW GAF
(Trainee) (18/JAN/06) (KK)
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04483.0 DHO98: unid GAF (Trainee) 0930 USB wkg W949 GAF
(Trainee) (18/JAN/06) (KK)
04483.0 DHO98: unid GAF (Trainee) 0931 USB DHO78: Kdo 3.
LwDiv / GAFSC "N" Berlin-Gatow (Trainee)
(18/JAN/06) (KK)
04483.0 No Call: unid GAF 1333 USB/VFT 3xFec-A 192Bd/200Hz?
Drill (19/JAN/06) (KK)
04484.5 ---: GAF? ?LOC 1555 ARQ/E 85.7/E/170 4rc. Idling
betas (03/Jan)(DW)
04489.4 : Unid 2005 FEC/100/170 ("POL-ARQ"?) encrypted
(08Jan06) (KB)
04490
KNY70: Nat'l Telecommunications Coordination
Network, Herndon, VA 2113 ALE/USB Sounding. SHARES
ALE Net. (01DEC05) (RB)
04507
035: Unid 1508 clg 100, at 1539 clg 082. Also active
on 4952 and 5762. Later AA1 and DD1 (ISR AF?) sounding
(08Jan06) (KB)
04507
035: Unid 1518 ALE/USB clg 082 who responds. Same at
1618. Later ISR AF(?) stns BB1, BB3, DD1 etc. seen
(20Dec05) (KB)
04507.0 035: Isr-af 1128 ALE/USB clg 100 (06/jan/06) (sw)
04507.0 035: Isr-af 1138 ALE/USB clg 082 (06/jan/06) (sw)
04507.0 035: Isr-Af 2019 ALE/USB clg 082 (10/jan/06) (sw)
04507.0 035: Unid 1619 ALE USB clg 082 (29/dec/05) (sw)
04518.0 No Call: unid GAF 1123 ARQ-E/85,7Bd encr.
(19/JAN/06) (KK)
04530.0 DIAMANTI: Alb-Mil 1626 ALE/USB clg DRINI (19/jan/06) (sw)
04530.0 S4S000OGBMRM1: Unid 1458 ALE/USB clg V1S000OEKCOPER
(19/jan/06) (sw)
04530.0 S4S000OGBMRM1: Unid 1617 ALE/USb clg V1S000OEKCOPER
(20/dec/05) (sw)
04530.0 V1S000OEKCOPER: Unid 1736 ALE/USb clg S4S000OGBMRM1
(18/dec/05) (sw)
04551.5 : Unid 1700 81-81/81/250 (08Jan06) (KB)
04555.2 dlvb: German coast guard ZB Schleswig-Holstein 2200
sitor-a dlvb x
05-12-17 22:00 positionsmeldung:
schiffsname: zb,,schleswig - holstein'' seegebiet : r 30
kurs
: 137 fahrt : 09
sh, kiecksee,
(17Dez05)(wp3)
04555.2 dlvb: ZB Schleswig-Holstein 1258 sitor-a
Positionsmeldung (28Dez05)(wp3)
04555.2 dlvf: German coast guard Glückstadt 0701 sitor-a
ipva ipva ipva iphansa 10/4 qto 06.35 elbab, bis ltr.
tschuess
65212 dlvf x (18Dez05)(wp3)
04555.2 dlvp: ZB Kniepsand 1205 sitor-a erhält Lagemeldung
und wx vom Kuewaz(28Dez05) (wp3)
04555.2 dlvy: German coast guard ZB Hamburg 0700 sitor-a
bemerkung :brechen wegen wx die streife ab und
gehen~~lbaufwaerts zb hamburg, buchhols,181205
05-12-18
08:03 99573 dlvy ha x (18Dez05) (wp3)
04555.2 dlvy: ZB Hamburg 1103 sitor-a ankern auf moewe7
(28Dez05) (wp3)
04560
TAH: IstanbulRadio Turkey 2005 FEC Local weather
forecast in English and Turkish. (23Dec05) (RGA)
04560.0 OPQ: Ltu-Mil 2149 ALE/USB clg OP1 (17/jan/06) (sw)
04561.0 TYMA2: Spa-Pol Avila 0038 ALE/USB clg TYME2 Madrid
(22/dec/05) (sw)
04561.0 TYMA2: Spa-Pol Avila 2302 ALE/USB clg TYMG2
Guadalajara (21/dec/05) (sw)
04561.0 TYMA2: Spa-Pol Avila 2310 ALE/USB clg TYMR2 Ciudad
Real (21/dec/05) (sw)
04561.0 TYMG2: Spa-Pol Guadalajara 2302 ALE/USB clg TYMA2
Avila (21/dec/05) (sw)
04566.4 VCT: Tors Cove radio CAN 19:18 GW-Pactor / 100 / 200
channel freemarker ,hexadecimal identification 5E
(20 Dec) (PPA)
04568.0 ACA: UNID 1845 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Sounding
(24/Dec)(DW)
Pagina 50
WUN-v12
04583.0 DDK2: HAMBURG MET 1608 RTTY 50/N/450 Met tfc, fcst
for E Med (03/Jan)(DW)
04585
AHS: Unid 0722 ALE/USB clg ??? (lost) followed by
short voice call "... Mike Yankee..." in unid (Scandinavian?)
language. At 0728 AMY with ALE calls to AHS
(06Jan06) (KB)
04585
AHS: Unid 1306 ALE/USB calls until 1321 to ADS, AQJ,
AKF and AMY (12Jan06) (KB)
04601.5 0a: irish navy/coastguard 1709 arq 5lg tfc to 62
(rq:cvva, cvxt 1803z: cvvz, cvve) (19Dez05) (wp3)
04601.5 0A?: Irish Naval Service Stn 1746 ARQ Poor copy.
SELCALs CVVZ/PT-24 and XSFC/Dublin without success.
(14Jan06) (RGA)
04616
BMF: Taipei Meteo,TWN 1936 FAX/120/576 fair
copy(19/12/05) (ZE)
04627.0 WARSZAWA3: Pol-Moi 1934 ALE/USB sndg. (21/dec/05) (sw)
04630
ANTARCTO: AntarNet - Poss Tunisian Military 1800
ALE/USB Calls ASSADCTO. (18Jan06) (RGA)
04662.5 XSS: Unid 1443 ALE/USB sndg. (06/jan/06) (sw)
04681
AA1: 103 Sqn Israeli AF Ben Gurion 2237 ALE/USB
Sounds. (04Jan06) (RGA)
04681
AA2: Israeli AF 2012 ALE/USB Sounding. (19Dec05) (RGA)
04721
200177: C-17A Globemaster 00-0177 (Charleston) 0109
ALE/USB ALE test back to aircraft. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(02DEC05) (RB)
04721
244132: USAF C-17A Globemaster 04-4132 2201 ALE/USB
ALE to Andrews (ADW). ALE direct dial (garbled) to McGuire op who
patches him through to 6th AS (ans machine). HF-GCS
Scope Command. (29NOV05) (RB)
04721
ADW: Andrews AFB HF-GHS 0305 ALE/USB ALE to PLA, HFGCS Lajes AB, Azores. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(04DEC05) (RB)
04721
HAW: US GHFS Stn Ascension 1848 ALE/USB Sounding.
(30Dec05) (RGA)
04721
ICZ: HF-GCS Sigonella, Sicily, Italy 0217 ALE/USB
Sounding. HF-GCS Scope Command (30NOV05) (RB)
04721
JDG: HF-GCS Diego Garcia 2205 ALE/USB Sounding. HFGCS Scope Command. (29NOV05) (RB)
04721
JDG: US GHFS Stn Puerto Rico 2149 ALE/USB Sounds.
(04Jan06) (RGA)
04721
PLA: HF-GCS Lajes AB, Azores 0305 ALE/USB ALE to
ADW, Andrews HF-GCS. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(04DEC05) (RB)
04723
GV1: Unid Georgian net 2101 ALE/USB wkg RAINDI who
responds (13Dec05) (KB)
04724
DEATH BLOW: 28-char EAM Bcast 1803 USB GQ5KWU
simulcast on 8992, 11175 and 15016. (19 Dec 05) (JH)
04724
PERFORATE: 28-char EAM 2029 USB 24M2QB simulcast
8992, 11175 and 15016. (14 Jan 06) (JH)
04724
REPRIMAND: 28-char EAM 1759 USB 7YGBIE and
simulcasting same on 8992, 11175 and 15016. (09 Dec 06) (JH)
04727
QF3K: M89 2321 CW V T3AP de QF3K. (17Jan06) (RGA)
04739.0 DHM91: GAF Muenster 0830 USB wkg DHO23: GAF
Landsberg Communication Trainig (20/JAN/06) (KK)
04739.0 DHM91: GAF Muenster, D. (? operator) 1255 USB wkg
DHO60: "Marineflieger" Hohn, D. (Trainee) changing Msg´s. >
Drill (17/JAN/06) (KK)
04742.0 Architect: RAF, F 0222 J3E-USB sx wkg ASCOT 3250,
s/c LM-DG, dept.ORMM 2315, ETA EGPH 0600, "standard relay
EDIECXH LONACXH". (21/JUN/2005)(ALF)
04751.0 TYMG1: Spa-Pol Guadalajara 2318 ALE/USB clg TX2
(21/dec/05) (sw)
04752.5 No Call: unid GAF 1120 ARQ-E/85,7Bd encr.
(19/JAN/06) (KK)
04757
Unid 1345 CW burst with 20 ms pulses and a few
longer ones. Total burst duration @ 5.5 s, then similar
emission 10 kHz higher, and so on. Tracked up to 4997
(02Jan06) (KB)
Pagina 51
WUN-v12
04781.0 00S1: GAF (Trainee) 0845 USB clg DHJ67: GAF Kdo 1.
LwDiv/GAFCSC "S" Karlsruhe (Trainee) (18/JAN/06) (KK)
04781.0 DHO91: GAF Kdo 1. LwDiv/GAFCSC "S" Karlsruhe
(Trainee) 0844 USB clg DHJ67: GAF Kdo 1. LwDiv/GAFCSC "S"
Karlsruhe (Trainee) (18/JAN/06) (KK)
04781.0 DHO91: GAF Kdo 1. LwDiv/GAFCSC "S" Karlsruhe
(Trainee) 0849USB clg IP51: GAF (Trainee) (18/JAN/06) (KK)
04781.0 DHO91: GAF Kdo 1. LwDiv/GAFCSC "S" Karlsruhe
(Trainee) 0851 USB clg DHJ83: HöhKdoBeh LW GefSt Köln
(Trainee) (18/JAN/06) (KK)
04781.0 IP51: GAF (Trainee) 0843 USB clg DHJ67: GAF Kdo 1.
LwDiv/GAFCSC "S" Karlsruhe (Trainee) (18/JAN/06) (KK)
04792.5 : CIS Military 2334 MS-5/4800/USB Cipher. (18Jan06) (RGA)
04795
035: Unid 1508 ALE/USB clg 082 and 100 (09Jan06) (KB)
04795
035: Unid 1838 ALE/USB calling 082 (10/Jan/06) (AA)
04795
100: Unid 1848 ALE/USB calling 035 (10/Jan/06) (AA)
04795.0 035: Isr-Af 1948 ALE/USB clg 100 (10/jan/06) (sw)
04795.0 035: Isr-Af 1958 ALE/USB clg 082 (10/jan/06) (sw)
04826.0 1wpb: unid 0841 cw ediw de 1wpb qtc k 0906Z: xxx
xxx esup esup76415 gastroler 6298 76415 gastroler 6298 k
0911z: in usb on 4825.0 malecalling ?? roman andrej ??
prijom (28Dez05) (wp3)
04832.5 : Unid 1626 USB Italian fisherman chat. (20/12/05) (BEF)
04840.5 : CIS Military 2157 MS-5/4480/USB Cipher. (29Dec05) (RGA)
04852.5 1HQU: GAF (Trainee) 1230 USB clg DHO91: Kdo 1.
LwDiv/GAFCSC "S" Karlsruhe (17/JAN/06) (KK)
04852.5 DHO91: Kdo 1. LwDiv/GAFCSC "S" Karlsruhe(Trainee)
1221 USB clg DHO78: Kdo 3. LwDiv/ GAFSC "N" Berlin-Gatow
(Trainee) (17/JAN/06) (KK)
04852.5 W949: GAF (Trainee) 1223 USB clg 5BVE: (Trainee)
for Radiocheck (17/JAN/06) (KK)
04852.5 W949: GAF (Trainee) 1226 USB clg DHO98: (Trainee)
for Routine Msg (17/JAN/06) (KK)
04855
1001: 1855 ALE/USB "TO:240 S03 TIS:1001" (12/Jan/06) (AA)
04855
1302: 1933 ALE/USB sounding (11/Jan/06) (AA)
04855
2212: Unid 1832 ALE/USB Sounding. (18Jan06) (RGA)
04855.0 1001: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 2250 ALE/USB
clg 1307 (08/jan/06) (sw)
04855.0 1001: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 2257 ALE/USB
clg 1308 (08/jan/06) (sw)
04855.0 1106: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 1719 ALE/USB
sndg. (08/jan/06) (sw)
04855.0 2001: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 2228 ALE/USB
clg 2512 (08/jan/06) (sw)
04855.0 AFRTS: Roosevelt Roads, PTR? 1328 USB Mil Feeder Ex
Fax Frequ.? (19/JAN/06) (KK)
04870
NAT: Unid 1813 ALE/USB calling 1ST (10/Jan/06) (AA)
04870.0 QC31: Alg-Mil 2310 ALE/USB clg UM32 (08/jan/06) (sw)
04874
TWBE2: Spanish Guardia Civil Teruel? 0741 ALE/USB
clg TXX2 (16Dec05) (KB)
04880.0 ULX2: E10 ISR 2159 AM gone silent at 2200 for some
20sek then came back for 1 call and went silent for good
with id call(02-jan-2006)(MSM)
04905.0 unid: ?? seems not to be pirate 0714 USB eng d/x
9jan06 ML
04923.5 6101: 1733 ALE/USB sounding, SN 00 (11/Jan/06) (AA)
04923.5 610: 1804 ALE/USB sounding, SN 00 (11/Jan/06) (AA)
04925.0 0000210288: Unid Grc? 2333 ALE/USB sndg. (06/jan/06) (sw)
04925.3 No Call: unid Fronet Station, S. 1133 P-I/100Bd
<Calling:F34HUW>: VB Skaraborg (11/JAN/06) (KK)
04928.4 : Unid 0840 POL-ARQ 100/170. Off air 0852 (18Dec05) (KB)
04930
VC6: Estonian Army 1902 ALE/USB Calls RX1. (18Jan06) (RGA)
04930
VC6: Estonian Army 1937 ALE/USB Calls OV5. (09Jan06) (RGA)
04943.0 No Call: unid GAF 1043 USB/VFT 3xFec-A 192Bd/200Hz?
Drill (19/JAN/06) (KK)
04951.5 : Russian Air Defence (PVO) 2045 CW Plots in series
=992344??0????? =992345?... (08Jan06) (RGA)
04952
035: Unid 2048 ALE/USB Followed by simplex Spanish
Pagina 52
04952
04952.0
04952.0
04952.0
04979.2
04986
04988
04988.5
04993.5
04993.5
04993.5
04993.5
05006
05015.0
05026.0
05034.0
05052
05066.7
05071
05071
05075.0
05077.0
05077.0
05077.2
05077.2
05077.5
05078.0
05081.6
05082
05086
05097
05101.0
WUN-v12
voice. QRM from STANAG-4285. Same net as 5762 kHz - same
blank [TO] and some full link-protected bursts. Sometimes
calls 100. (07Jan06) (RGA)
035: Unid 2058 ALE/USB Calls 082 with blanked [TO]
field. 082 responds. (08Jan06) (RGA)
035: Isr-Af 1628 ALE/USB clg 100 (07/jan/06) (sw)
035: Isr-Af 1648 ALE/USB clg 100 (10/jan/06) (sw)
035: Isr-Af 2018 ALE/USB clg 082 (10/jan/06) (sw)
T4Z101: 4 Bn 101 Avn US Army Iraq 1944 ALE/USB
Sounding. (18Jan06) (RGA)
RCB: Unid Russian Navy 1742 RUS-75/75/200 Cipher.
QSYd here by RJF94 on 5166 kHz. (16Jan06) (RGA)
TXX2: Spanish Guarda Civil Valdemoro 1900 ALE/USB
Sounding 4988 and 4874 kHz. (30Dec05) (RGA)
FDI8: FAF Nice, F 0217 CW vvv-mkr. (21/June/2005)(DL8AAM)
R1A: Rohde & Schwarz HQ Munich, D 1013 USB/MIL-STD
188-110B Appendix C, fox-tests to R2A using STANAG 5066 with
DRC protocol (22Dec05) (LDO)
R1A: Rohde & Schwarz HQ Munich, D 1013 USB/MIL-STD
188-110B Appendix C, fox-tests to R2A, using STANAG 5066
with DRC protocol (22Dec05) (LDO)
R2A: Rohde & Schwarz Berlin, D 1014 USB/MIL-STD
188-110B Appendix C, rcvng tfc from R1A using STANAG 5066
with DRC protocol (22Dec05)(LDO)
R2A: Rohde & Schwarz Berlin, D 1014 USB/MIL-STD
188-110B Appendix C, rcvng tfc from R1A, using STANAG 5066
with DRC protocol (22Dec05) (LDO)
033NHQCAP: Unid Civil Air Patrol 2336 ALE/USB
Sounding. Civil Air Patrol. (30NOV05) (RB)
CGQ1: Usa-? 2317 ALE/USB sndg. (10/jan/06) (sw)
BLE: British Army 0748 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A snd
(17/JAN/06) (KK)
nocall: CIS mil 1016 USB/Voice 5fg number msg
(28-dec-2005)(MSM)
: CIS Military 1757 MS-5/4800/DPSK/USB Enciphered
vocoder. (14Jan06) (RGA)
EGYEMB Berne: SUI, 2010, ARQ, ATU-A msg to Cairo,
(14dec05) (piri)
: NATO Air Defence Data Modem 1801 LINK-11/2250/USB.
TADIL. Very strong signal. (14Jan06) (RGA)
: NATO Air Defence System 2138 LINK-11/2250/USB
TADIL-A. (15Jan06) (RGA)
DIAMANTI: Alb-Mil 1624 ALE/USB clg DRINI (19/jan/06) (sw)
HP: unid 0905 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg VP
(18/JAN/06) (KK)
PP: unid 0906 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg SP
(18/JAN/06) (KK)
No Call: prb. spanish Navy 1815 USB/Stanag-4285
(12/JAN/06) (KK)
No Call: unid 1135 Stanag-4285/600bps "L3L3L3..L3
L1L.H L...L3L3" (19/JAN/06) (KK)
WNU: Slidell radio USA 08:09 GW-Pactor / 100 / 200
channel free marker .hexadecimal identification D8
(25 Dec) (PPA)
unid: 0700 CW numbers 24dec05 ML
No Call: unid Navy? 1820 USB/Stanag-4285 CW
confirmed after tx: "QRJ?QJB3K" Stanag "QJB3K" Stanag "RK"
Stanag "OKCWZSAQSU1K" Stanag "OK8CWZSAQSU1K"
(12/JAN/06) (KK)
: CIS Military 1434 UNID/50/240 ACF=0. New CIS
encrypted system. At 1537 asks QRJ IMI. R K in Morse and
sends reversals at 100 Bauds. Then QRJ IMI. SK and offair at
1538. (16Jan06) (RGA)
: Prob FAPSI 1431 RTTY/50/400 5FGs ending ... 54743
70023. QRU K. CFM. SK. (16Jan06) (RGA)
CFH: Navy Halifax 0800 RTTY/75/850 naws calls with
QSX list (10Jan06) (KB)
T3Z126: US-Mil 3/126 Avn US Army (prob detached
Pagina 53
05117.0
05117.0
05119.5
05126
05140
05152
05154
05154.0
05166
05166
05179.5
05179.5
05179.5
05179.5
05195
05212
05213.0
05215.6
05220
05225
05225.0
05263.0
05263.0
05268
05268.0
05285.0
05286
05286
05286
05286
05286.0
05286.0
05286.0
05286.0
05286.0
05300.0
05300.5
WUN-v12
Iraq) 2127 ALE/USB sndg. (17/jan/06) (sw)
DIAMANTI: Alb-Mil 1624 ALE/USB clg DRINI (19/jan/06) (sw)
MALI: Alb-Mil Mali 1728 ALE/USB clg DRINI
(18/dec/05) (sw)
WARSZAWA3: Pol-Moi 1932 ALE/USB sndg. (21/dec/05) (sw)
814248: Unid, prob MH-60 2237 ALE/USB ALE to CLS,
Prob Sabre AAF, Fort Campbell, Ky. US ARMY Aviation.
(01DEC05) (RB)
: CIS Military 2144 CW Ends enciphered Morse sked...
YGyüGYüJB K. OK SK SK. (15Dec05) (RGA)
: Ukrainian Mil (tentative) 1820 RTTY/50/500
encrypted Baudot with plain header ("kriptograma...")
(18Dec05) (KB)
C: SLB Moscow 2031 CW (23Dec05) (RGA)
cis navy: ? 0705 CW units of letters 24dec05 ML
RJF94: Unid Russian Navy 1718 CW RCB de RJF94 QYT9
QSX 8573 K. RCB replies RJF94 de RCB OK QYT9 QWH 8573 K. R
K. Nothing heard 8573 by 1725. (16Jan06) (RGA)
RJF94: Unid Russian Navy 1726 CW RCB de RJF94 QYT9
QSX 5149 K. RCB responds QWH 5149. Nil heard. Then tries
4986. RCB QSYs a 75 Baud printer to 4986 kHz. RJC38 and
others on this simplex CW net. (16Jan06) (RGA)
IKZ040: Polish Mil 0808 ALE/USB clg OLI021 (10Jan06) (KB)
MAP024: Polish Mil 0807 ALE/USB clg TOP022 (10Jan06) (KB)
OLI021: Polish Mil 0809 ALE/USB clg PIR023 (10Jan06) (KB)
ZAT025: Polish Mil 0820 ALE/USB clg OLI021 (10Jan06) (KB)
DRA5: DARC Prop Beacon COMPOSITE CW RTTY/45.45/170
PSK31. (23Dec05) (RGA)
CS002: Macedonian Military 0710 ALE/USB "TO:RS009
TIS:CS002" (05/Jan/06) (AA)
FDI22: FAF Narbonne, F 0240 CW vvv-mkr.
(23/May/2005)(DL8AAM)
No Call: unid 1320 Stanag-4285/600bps (19/JAN/06) (KK)
STYGMAT: Centrainy Wezel Lacznosci MON Polish Army
Warsaw 1940 ALE/USB Calls CUKIERNIA/Polish Contingent MNDCS
Camp Echo Iraq. (04Jan06) (RGA)
: Undi RUS 2042 RTTY/50 KRIPTOGRAMA tfc, Alphabet
M2, 3 shift latin. (16Dec05) (PIRI)
RUS: 2042, RTTY50, KRIPTOGRAMA tfc, Alphabet M2, 3
shift latin (16dec05) (piri)
HA48: ALG MOI unid station 1630 ALE/USB clng to HA52
(28Dec05) (MAL)
LZ51: ALG MOI 1703 ALE/USB clgn to LZ50 (28Dec05) (MAL)
2016: Prob Turkish Red Crescent Net 0600 ALE/USB
sounding (05/Jan/06) (AA)
2010: Tur-Net 2250 ALE/USB clg 2016 (18/jan/06) (sw)
MALI: Alb-Mil Mali 1726 ALE/USB clg DRINI
(18/dec/05) (sw)
OVOW: CIS Military 1108 CW Sends msg to unid: OVOW
344 23 15 1400 344 = 264 __3 = DDDDD ____A CyyKK ...
(faded). Merci Michel. (15Jan06) (RGA)
TXX2: Spanish GC,Valdemoro 1854 ALE/USB to TWBE2
Teruel (10/12/05) (ZE)
TXX2: Spanish Guardia Civil Valdemoro 1900 ALE/USB
Sounding. (19Dec05) (RGA)
TXX: Spanish GC,Madrid 1829 ALE/USB to TWBA
Barcelona (10/12/05) (ZE)
TXX2: Guardia civil HQ Valdemoro E 21:13 ALE/USB
[THIS WAS} TXX2(20 Dec) (PPA)
TXX2: Spa-Pol Madrid 2358 ALE/USB sndg. (21/dec/05) (sw)
TYMA2: Spa-Pol Avila 2306 ALE/USB clg TYMG2
Guadalajara (21/dec/05) (sw)
TYMA2: Spa-Pol Avila 2312 ALE/USB clg TYMR2 Ciudad
Real (21/dec/05) (sw)
unid: 0727 CW 15jan06 (ML)
no call: unid CIS military 06:58 F1B / 96 / 500
encrypted ACF=0 (30DEC) (PPA)
: CIS Military 2038 RUS-75/75/180 Cipher. (23Dec05) (RGA)
Pagina 54
WUN-v12
05319.0 TWVP2: GC, E. 1748 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg TXX2:
Madrid (12/JAN/06) (KK)
05325.0 RND79: Moscow RUS 07:02 RUS-ARQ / 100 / 500 Traffic
to RBW (30 DEC)(PPA)
05352
TWBA1: Spanish Guardia Civil (Barcelona?) 1751
ALE/USB Calls TWLC2 (Cantabria?). (18Jan06) (RGA)
05352
TWBH2: Spanish Guarda Civil 0712 ALE/USB/USB Calling
TXX2/Valdemoro (04/Jan/06) (AA)
05355
MAL: Unid 1708 ALE/USB/USB Calling DS Very long
ALE/USB-strings without any decoding at all
(04/Jan/06) (AA)
05355.0 BORA: Alb-Mil 2022 ALE/USB clg DRINI Drini
(12/jan/06) (sw)
05355.0 DIAMANTI: Alb-Mil 1621 ALE/USB clg DRINI (19/jan/06) (sw)
05370.0 S4S000OGBMRM1: Unid 1616 ALE/USb clg V1S000OEKCOPER
(20/dec/05) (sw)
05379.0 MALI: Alb-Mil 1634 ALE/USB clg DRINI (19/jan/06) (sw)
05379.0 MALI: Alb-Mil Mali 1725 ALE/USB clg DRINI
(18/dec/05) (sw)
05379.0 TYMA1: Spa-Pol Avila 2337 ALE/USB clg TZSG2 Granada
(21/dec/05) (sw)
05379.0 TYMA1: Spa-Pol Avila 2349 ALE/USB clg TZSJ2
(21/dec/05) (sw)
05380.0 S4S000OGBMRM: Unid 1557 ALE/USB clg V1S000OEKCOPER
(06/jan/06) (sw)
05380.0 V1S000OEKCOPER: Unid 1557 ALE/USB clg S4S000OGBMRM
(06/jan/06) (sw)
05400.0 BORA: Ministry of public order ALB 06:15 USB / ALE
Calling Drini(30 DEC) (PPA)
05400.0 DIAMANTI: Alb-Mil 1639 ALE/USB clg DRINI (19/jan/06) (sw)
05400.0 MALI: Alb-Mil 1636 ALE/USB clg DRINI (19/jan/06) (sw)
05400.0 MALI: Alb-Mil Mali 1724 ALE/USB clg DRINI
(18/dec/05) (sw)
05410
CS003: Macedonian Military 0816 ALE/USB "TO:RS0017
TIS:CS003" (05/Jan/06) (AA)
05410.0 OHT30P: ALG Sonatrach, Ohanet 1638 ALE/LSB SND
(28Dec05) (MAL)
05410.0 RNO: ALG Sonatrach, Rhourde Nouss 1639 ALE/LSB SND
(28Dec05) (MAL)
05434
BUFNY: NY National Guard, Buffalo, NY 2003 ALE/USB
Sounding. (30NOV05) (RB)
05434
RCHNY: NY National Guard, Rochester, NY 2044 ALE/USB
Sounding. (30NOV05) (RB)
05434
STINY: New York National Guard, Staten Island 2139
ALE/USB Sounding. (30NOV05) (RB)
05435.0 ART2:E10 Isr SpyNumber 2230 AM id then 2msg
(06-jan-2006)(MSM)
05435.5 OEY51: Austrian Army Vienna 0705 0838 ALE/USB clg
OEY71 Austrian UN contingent Golan Heights. Tnx A.
(05Jan06) (KB)
05435.5 OEY51: BMLV Vienna 0705 ALE/USB/USB Calling OEY71
Austrian Army Golan Heights Syria. (04/Jan/06) (AA)
05440
RWD69: Moscow? Unid user 0913 RTTY 50/500 op tfc to
RBG (Orel?) after 50 bd reversals, then back into UNID
100/500 burst mode (30Dec05) (KB)
05441.0 Flight EUK165: ExcelAIRways(flt known as Air Atlanta
too)prob. B747 2148 USB PP to Operations Gatwick heading
Manchester,gave pax no. over500,either mistake or some B747
www.atlanta.is/index.aspx?GroupId=8(02-jan-2006)(MSM)
05441.0 Stockholm Radio: 2128 USB/Voice flt S951(? some
Cargo) QSB)-,selcal DMEJ, PP for company with with Metar for
Brussels,Amsterdam,Maastricht and other cities
(02-jan-2006)(MSM)
05441.0 Stockholm Radio: 2134 USB/Voice AirFrance flt af976
with SelCal chck FLCM (02-jan-2006)(MSM)
05441.0 Stockholm Radio: Reach769 flt amt852 (American Trans
Air?) 2135 USB/Voice stats rep dep fr Budapest to Shannon
with 262 pax, SelCal EGBJ(02-jan-2006)(MSM)
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05478.0
05478.0
05478.0
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05532.0
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: Unid. Rus Mil? 0630 AM/CW beeps, 55/minute
(21Dec05) (KB)
---: G RAF Volmet female voice meteo 2220 (21Dec05) (MAL)
AAA: : Isr-af Tel Aviv 1712 ALE/USB sndg.
(08/jan/06) (sw)
DHJ83: HöhKdoBeh LW GefSt Köln (Trainee) 1325 USB
clg 00S1: , for Msg (17/JAN/06) (KK)
LD1V: GAF 1323 USB wkg DHJ83: HöhKdoBeh LW GefSt
Köln (Trainee), Drill Msg (17/JAN/06) (KK)
: Unid 1435 ARQ-E (?)/85.7/160. Testing? Long
periods with carrier only (30Dec05) (KB)
0000210001: 0638 ALE/USB "TO:0000210302
TIS:0000210001" (14/Jan/06) (AA)
0000210001: 0644 ALE/USB "TO:0000210203
TIS:0000210001" (14/Jan/06) (AA)
0000210001: Greek Police Net 1717 ALE/USB Calls
0000210688. (18Jan06) (RGA)
0000210502: 0646 ALE/USB sounding (14/Jan/06) (AA)
0000210503: Greek Police Net 0727 ALE/USB/USB
Sounding. (04/Jan/06) (AA)
0000210588: Greek Police Net 1747 ALE/USB sounding
(05/Jan/06) (AA)
0000210001: Grc-Mil 1602 ALE/USB clg 0000210488
(29/dec/05) (sw)
0000210001: Grc-Mil 1613 ALE/USB clg 0000210588
(29/dec/05) (sw)
AA1: 103 Sqn Israeli AF Ben Gurion 1753 ALE/USB
Sounding. (07Jan06) (RGA)
AA1: Israeli AF 1739 ALE/USB Sounding. (18Jan06) (RGA)
AAA: Israeli AF 1800 ALE/USB Sounding 5478 and 4507
kHz. (30Dec05) (RGA)
BB1: 124 Sqn IAF Palachim 1913 ALE/USB Sounding.
Also AA1/103 Sqn Ben Gurion. (04Jan06) (RGA)
BB3: 0701 ALE/USB sounding (14/Jan/06) (AA)
DD1: 0653 ALE/USB sounding (14/Jan/06) (AA)
AA1: ISR AF, 103rd sq, Ben Gurion 1625 ALE/USB SND
(28Dec05) (MAL)
AAA: Isr-Af Tel Aviv 2230 ALE/USB sndg. (18/jan/06) (sw)
AAA: Isr-Af Tel Aviv 2232 ALE/USB sndg. (08/jan/06) (sw)
BB1: Isr-Af Palmachin 2040 ALE/USB clg DD1
(20/dec/05) (sw)
Tigre: ALE
15 Dec 05
0037 (HS)
TWBA: Spanish GC,Barcelona 1902 ALE/USB to TXX
Valdermoro. (10/12(05) (ZE)
TWCO1: Spanish GC, Video? 1843 ALE/USB to TWCL1
(10/12/05) (ZE)
TXX: Spanish GC,Madrid 1902 ALE/USB to TWBA
Barcelona. (10/12/05) (ZE)
TXX: Spanish GC,Valdemoro 1839 ALE/USB to TWVS2
Salamanca (10/12/05) (ZE)
TXX: Spanish GC,Valdemoro 1939 ALE/USB to TYMA2
(10/12/05) (ZE)
OKL: praha LDOC -ID 0733 USB cze info like volmet
15jan06 (ML)
OKL: Praha LDOC, CZE 2320 J3E-USB sx wkg CGT.
(7/Aug/2005)(ALF)
T5Z101: 5 Bn 101 Avn Regt US Army Iraq 1926 Sounds.
(07Jan06) (RGA)
3B-NBH: Air Mauritius A319 'Blue Bay' 1923 HFDL Logs
on to Muharraq. (14Jan06) (RGA)
A7-AFM: Qatar Airways A330 2046 HFDL Logs on to
Muharraq. (16Jan06) (RGA)
B-6055: China Eastern A330 Flt CES554 1920 HFDL Posn
report: 5723N 07849E. (16Jan06) (RGA)
D-ALCO: Lufthansa Cargo MD11F Flt LH8398 1919 HFDL
Posn report via Muharraq 3656N 04849E. (14Jan06) (RGA)
D-ALCP: Lufthansa Cargo MD11F Flt LH8391 1915 HFDL
Posn report via Muharraq 4613N 08318E. (14Jan06) (RGA)
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05690.0
05693.0
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05702
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G-VEIL: Virgin Atlantic A340 'Queen of the Skies'
2055 HFDL Logs on to Muharraq. (16Jan06) (RGA)
G-VSSH: Virgin Atlantic A340 'Sweet Dreamer' 1926
HFDL Flt VS0250 Acks message sent via Muharraq: 'MSG FROM
MAINTROL. YES PLEASE PUT A FOR INFO ENTRY AS I AM GETTING
PARTS TOGETHER FOR YOUR RETURN. REGARDS. STEVE WALKER.'
(14Jan06) (RGA)
G-VWKD: Virgin Atlantic A340 'Miss Behavin'' Flt
VS0250 2004 HFDL Posn report: 6133N 04944E. ICAO ID 400D30.
(16Jan06) (RGA)
HL-7741: Asiana A330 Flt OZ0752 1906 HFDL Posn
report via Bahrain: 2251N 12023E. (16Jan06) (RGA)
HS-TLB: Thai International A340 'Utteradit' 2047
HFDL Logs on. (16jan06) 05544
HL-7736: Asiana A330 2048
HFDL Logs on. (16Jan06) (RGA)
HS-TNA: Thai International A340 1914 HFDL Logs on to
Muharraq. (14Jan06) (RGA)
SU-GCJ: Egypt Air A330 Flt MSR880 1909 HFDL Posn
report: 3005N 03123E. (16Jan06) (RGA)
VT-JWC: Jet Airways India A340 1917 HFDL Logs on.
(14Jan06) (RGA)
AL MUHARRAQ: 1817 hfdl tfc to ac tg0941 (13Jan06) (wp3)
1KZDJANKOVIC: POL Mil Jankovicz,Kosovo 0709 ALE/USB
to OPERACYJNYPKW (21/12/05) (ZE)
OPERACYJNYPKW: POL Mil Warszawa,POL 0709 ALE/USB to
1KZDJANKOVIC (21/12/05) (ZE)
1KZDJANKOVIC: Pol-Moi 1507 ALE/USB clg
OPERACYJNYPKW (20/dec/05) (sw)
OPERACYJNYPKW: Pol-Moi 1507 ALE/USB clg 1KZDJANKOVIC
(20/dec/05) (sw)
unid: 2240 USB YL reading short msg,calls? Unid
language, sometimes sounded scandinavian a bit... The Balts?
(06-jan-2006)(MSM)
T7Z101: Prob 7/101 Avn (GSAB) US Army Iraq 1928
ALE/USB Sounding. (19Dec05) (RGA)
FLA: Unid 0628 ALE/USB "TIS:FLA" (05/Jan/06) (AA)
T4Z101: 4 Bn 101 Avn US Army Iraq 2219 ALE/USB
Sounding. (29Dec05) (RGA)
YRA: TAROM Bucarest ROU 16:28 USB/J3E calling BGG
,who answered but was not received by Bucarest
(29 Dec) (PPA)
QF3K: Chinese Military CW marker, calling T3AP,
repeatedly.(2006-01-09 09:57 UTC) (MDM)
YAV: Kabul Aero, AFG 2312 J3E-USB wkg KLM 877.
(18/May/2995)(ALF)
0A: Irish Military HQ Dublin, IRL 1520 J3E-USB sx
wkg "YX" refer to callsign "C253". (12/MAY/2005)(AF)
0A: Irish Military HQ Dublin, IRL J3E-USB sx wkg
"YX" refer to callsign "C253". (12/MAY/2005)(AF)
RAF Boulmer: G 1112 J3E-USB OM/EE clg "all
callsigns" for ra/ch 1115z wkg M2W, request his "PCS".
(14/JUN/2005)(ALF)
HAWSPR: SIPR Net, Ascension Island 0411 ALE/USB
Sounding. SIPR Net. (02DEC05) (RB)
HAWSPR: US SIPRINet Station Ascension 2141 ALE/USB
Sounding. (15Dec05) (RGA)
160024: USAF C-5A Galaxy, Tail 86-0024 2344 ALE/USB
Sounding. HF-GCS Scope Command. (30NOV05) (RB)
190015: USAF C5-A Tail 69-0015 2213 ALE/USB ALE to
OFF, Offutt HF-GCS, former Bayonne Global at Fort Eustis?
Also noted at 2053 on 9025 sounding. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(29NOV05) (RB)
9804: Unid 1359 ALE/USB Sounding. Closest I could
find is UH-1D Iroquois 65-9804, listed as still in service
somewhere. Also noted on 9025. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(29NOV05) (RB)
AC2: Unidentified 2047 ALE/USB ALE to ADW, Andrews
HF-GCS. AAC2 is 1099th Trans Co, Fort Eustis, Va, AC2
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perhaps former Bayonne Global at Fort Eustis? Also noted on
15043. HF-GCS Scope Command. (29NOV05) (RB)
05708
ADW: Andrews AFB HF-GHS 2013 ALE/USB ALE to PNR400
, PANTHER 400, Georgetown, Bahamas. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(03DEC05) (RB)
05708
E30352DAT: USAF E3B Sentry Tail 77-0352 2202 ALE/USB
ALE to OFF, HF-GCS Offutt AFB, NE. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(30NOV05) (RB)
05711
DRJ: Unidentified 0226 ALE/USB Sounding. Also noted
on 6800. SHARES ALE Net. (01DEC05) (RB)
05711
KNY82: Nat'l Telecommunications Coordination Network
Lenexa, KS 2241 ALE/USB Sounding. SHARES ALE Net.
(01DEC05) (RB)
05711
NNN0ZLS: Navy MARS stn, Yorktown, Va 2323 ALE/USB
Sounding. SHARES. (30NOV05) (RB)
05717: VXA: Halifax Military SAR Edmonton AB Can 1114 J3e
wkg Military Rescue 323 (wx fcst for Greenwood and Boston
Ma) (08/jan/06) (sw)
05718.4 AM2: Algerian Military/MOI 1745 ALE/USB calling UM2
(07/Jan/06) (AA)
05718.4 BJ20: Algerian Military/MOI 1745 ALE/USB calling
UM22 (07/Jan/06) (AA)
05718.4 BJ22: Algerian Military/MOI 1748 ALE/USB calling
UM22 (07/Jan/06) (AA)
05718.4 JE21: Algerian Military/MOI 1750 ALE/USB calling
UM22 (07/Jan/06) (AA)
05718.4 UM22: Alg-Mil 2310 ALE/USB clg UM32 (08/jan/06) (sw)
05718.9 10D: 10 Div Italian Air Force 1545 ALE/USB
"TO:IGFIAFALE/USB TIS:10D" (06/Jan/06) (AA)
05718.9 10DIVIAFALE: 10 Division Italian Air Force 1553
ALE/USB "TO:IGFIAFALE TIS:10DIVIAFALE" Wkg Unid.
(06/Jan/06) (AA)
05718.9 8DIVIAFALE: 8 Division Italian Air Force 1546
ALE/USB "TIS:8DIVIAFALE" (06/Jan/06) (AA)
05720
7T-VJX: Air Algérie A330 Flt AH8055 2101 HFDL Signs
on to Reykjavik. (19Dec05) (RGA)
05720.0 BT9P: RAF Cranwell, G 1000 J3E-USB sx wkg CWL86 with
trackingdetails.(22/JUNE/2005)(ALF)
05732
718: USCG HC-130H 1718, CGAS Clearwater 2313 ALE/USB
ALE to LNT, CAMSLANT Chesapeake, VA. 1718 wkg CAMSLANT, flt
ops, 2132N/7484W. COTHEN Net. (01DEC05) (RB)
05732
CS2: COTHEN Remote, Memphis, TN. 2255 ALE/USB
sounding. COTHEN Net. (04DEC05) (RB)
05732
J15: USCG HH-60J 6015 CGAS Clearwater 0005 ALE/USB
ALE to OPB (OPBAT/PANTHER). Up in voice as 15 CHARLIE wkg
PANTHER for flt ops, 32nm bearing 287 from "VR". COTHEN Net.
(04DEC05) (RB)
05732
J38: USCG HH-60J 6038 CGAS Clearwater 0000 ALE/USB
ALE to LNT, CAMSLANT Chesapeake, VA, SERVICE CENTER comes
up adv s/by for CAMSLANT. CAMSLANT up wkg JULIET 38 w/flt
ops, 2807N/8249W. COTHEN Net. (01DEC05) (RB)
05732
J42: USCG MH-60J 6042 CGAS E-City 1400 ALE/USB ALE
to LNT, CAMSLANT Chesapeake, VA. Up as JULIET 42, airborne
fm parent command E-City w/5 POB, enrt Portsmouth for 1 pax.
COTHEN Net. (29NOV05) (RB)
05732
M46: CBP Beech A200 N1546 2259 ALE/USB ALE test back
to aircraft. COTHEN Net. (29NOV05) (RB)
05744.9 : Unid 1332 RTTY/50/425 ryry only until 1410, then
idling, off air @1605 (28Dec05) (KB)
05750
2Z4: Prob US Army 1515 ALE/USB sounding (06/Jan/06) (AA)
05750
2Z4CP1: Prob US Army 1515 ALE/USB sounding
(06/Jan/06) (AA)
05760
CC1: Unid Rockwell Collins Net facility 0421 ALE/USB
ALE to DT1. Rockwell-Collins Net. (04DEC05) (RB)
05760
DT1: Unid Rockwell-Collins Net Station 1218 ALE/USB
ALE TO CO2. Rockwell-Collins Net. (04DEC05) (RB)
05760
PCRC2: Regional Command Post, Military Region 2 2356
ALE/USB ALE to SCLC212. Venezuelan Army. (29NOV05) (RB)
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05807
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05832.4
05832.4
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05832.4
05832.4
05832.4
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035: Unid 1227 ALE/USB clg 082 and 100 often,
aparently in a 10-minute-cycle. Monitored until 0700 07Jan;
few responses and no other calls seen (06Jan06) (KB)
035: Unid 1957 ALE/USB [TO] field is blank - one-way
link protection? Some bursts don't decode - full link
protection? Anomaly first noted by Klaus earlier this
evening. First time seen here. At 2007 called 100 who
responded. At 2007 and 2017 blank [TO] slots. 2038 one
burst - no decode. (07Jan06) (RGA)
: MFA Bern, SUI 0743 USB/MIL-STD 188-141B/MIL-STD
188-110A serial tone, crypto e-mail tfc. to Bruxelles, net
using ALE + linking protection (22Dec05) (LDO)
: Swiss mission to the EU in Bruxelles, BEL 0742
USB/MIL-STD 188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, rcvng
crypto e-mail tfc fm Bern, network using ALE with linking
protection (22Dec05) (LDO)
no-call: MFA Bern, SUI 0743 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, crypto e-mail tfc.
to Bruxelles, net using ALE + linking protection
(22Dec05) (LDO)
no-call: Swiss mission to the EU in Bruxelles,BEL
0742 USB/MIL-STD 188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A(22Dec05) (LDO)
000: Unid 1842 ALE/USB sounding (06/Jan/06) (AA)
2411: Egyptian Border Guard or Protection Civile
Morocaine 2216 ALE/USB Sounding. (29Dec05) (RGA)
[email protected]: unid MRC military MRC 21:25 USB/ALE Sounding
(6 Jan) (PPA)
: The xx7 Oddity. Unid propagation logger, RUS or
UKR 0927 FSK burst @100 bps, then in 10 s/1 MHz steps
up to 20807 at 0930:02. 17807 kHz uncertain (QRM), 9807
and 14807 no longer skipped as observed in 10/2005
(26Dec05) (KB)
ZKLF: Wellington Meteo 0901 FAX/120/576 surface/sea
state analysis in noise (26Dec05) (KB)
DDA03: DWD Schleswig 0901 RTTY/100/170 dummy wx msg
from WMO station 10035 Schleswig (10Jan06) (KB)
DDA14: DWD Hamburg 0902 RTTY/100/170 dummy wx msg
from 10147 (10Jan06) (KB)
DDA22: DWD Bremen 0904 RTTY/100/170 dummy wx msg
from 10224 (10Jan06) (KB)
DDA31: DWD Muenster-Osnabrueck 0904 RTTY/100/170
dummy wx msg from 10315 (10Jan06) (KB)
DDA33: DWD Hannover 0905 RTTY/100/170 sends call
sign, city name and foxes, but no WMO station number
(10Jan06) (KB)
DDA50: DWD Aachen 0906 RTTY/100/170 dummy wx msg
from 10501 (10Jan06) (KB)
DDA54: DWD Wasserkuppe 0907 RTTY/100/170 dummy wx
msg from 10544 (10Jan06) (KB)
DDA60: DWD Trier 0908 RTTY/100/170 dummy wx msgs
from 10609 (10Jan06) (KB)
DDA64: DWD (National Meteorological Service)
Offenbach 0901 RTTY/100/170 polling DWD stns. At 0919
calling DDA02/20/42/72/92 who did not reply in first
round (10Jan06) (KB)
DDA65: DWD Wuerzburg 0909 RTTY/100/170 dummy wx msg
from 10655 (10Jan06) (KB)
DDA72: DWD Mannheim 0921 RTTY/100/170 greetings and
dummy wx msg from 10729 (10Jan06) (KB)
DDA73: DWD Stuttgart 0910 RTTY/100/170 foxes and
dummy wx msg from 10739 after stn id (10Jan06) (KB)
DDA77: DWD Regensburg 0912 RTTY/100/170 greetings,
stn id and dummy wx msg from 10776 (10Jan06) (KB)
DDA80: DWD Freiburg 0912 RTTY/100/170 dummy wx msg
from 10805 (10Jan06) (KB)
DDA86: DWD Munich 0915 RTTY/100/170 dummy wx msg
from 10865 (10Jan06) (KB)
DDA89: DWD Fuerstenzell 0916 RTTY/100/170 dummy wx
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05890.0
05892
05892
05892.0
05892.0
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06224
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06243.0
06243.0
06243.0
06243.0
06243.0
06243.0
06243.0
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msg from 10895 (10Jan06) (KB)
DDA96: DWD Garmisch-Partenkirchen 0918 RTTY/100/170
dummy wx msg from 10963 (10Jan06) (KB)
75SA: Unid 0907 USB clg unid (callsign lost in BC
QRM) in EE for r/c. Mentioning "secondary frequency"
(06Jan06) (KB)
TXX2: Spanish Guarda Civil Valdemoro 1858 ALE/USB
Sounds 5847 and 5352 kHz. (09Jan06) (RGA)
M010AN: USA-Nat'l Guard Maine ? 2031 ALE/USB clg
R010IN Rhode Island (03/jan/06) (sw)
OXT: Copenhagen Meteo 0947 FAX/120/576 Cape Farewell
ice. Next chart announced for 27 Dec. End at 1004
(26Dec05) (KB)
R23473: Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk Tail 85-23473
2221 ALE/USB ALE to TF131, Coy "F" 1/131st Aviation Reg,
AL NG. Army Aviation. (01DEC05) (RB)
TXX2: Spa-Pol Madrid 0930 ALE/USB clg TWVB2 Burgos
(04/jan/06) (sw)
TYVC2: Spa-Pol Castellon 2033 ALE/USB clg TXX1
Madrid also noted on 05286.0 (03/jan/06) (sw)
TYMA1: Spa-Pol Avila 2321 ALE/USB clg TZSA2 Almeria
(21/dec/05) (sw)
TYMA1: Spa-Pol Avila 2332 ALE/USB clg TZSG2 Granada
(21/dec/05) (sw)
TYMA1: Spa-Pol Avila 2343 ALE/USB clg TZSJ2
(21/dec/05) (sw)
TYMG1: Spa-Pol Guadalajara 2319 ALE/USB clg TX2
(21/dec/05) (sw)
: Unid 1430 ARQ-E/85.7/160 idling (30Dec05) (KB)
IMB2: I IN Rome meteo 1927 rtty 50/850 synop
(21Dec05) (MAL)
---: ALG unid station 2204 Coq 8 26.6 (21Dec05) (MAL)
CLC13M: Local Communications Center, 13th Inf Bde
Mobile 1033 ALE/USB ALE to CLC52M, Local Comms Center,
52nd Jungle Inf. Bde, Mobile. Venezuelan Army.
(29NOV05) (RB)
CLC13M: Local Communications Center, 13th Inf Bde
Mobile 1040 ALE/USB ALE to CRC5M, Regional Comms Center,
5th Military Region. Venezuelan Army. (29NOV05) (RB)
TXX2: Spa-Pol Madrid 0945 ALE/USB clg TWBE2
(24/dec/05) (sw)
TXX2: Spa-Pol Madrid 2353 ALE/USB sndg. (21/dec/05) (sw)
LCR154: Polish Mil Warsaw 1229 ALE/USB snd (18Dec05) (KB)
035: Unid 1117 ALE/USB clg 082. At 1247 clg 100
(09Jan06) (KB)
AAA: Israeli AF 1527 ALE/USB Sounds. (07Jan06) (RGA)
BB1: 124 Sqn IAF Palachim 1913 ALE/USB Sounding.
(04Jan06) (RGA)
BB1: 124 Sqn IAF Palachim 2013 ALE/USB Sounds.
(04Jan06) (RGA)
XGH: UNID 1202 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng XSS
(04/Jan)(DW)
XSS: Unid 0958 ALE/USB sndg. (22/dec/05) (sw)
XSS: UNID 1202 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Responds
to XGH (04/Jan)(DW)
XSS: UNID 1455 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Sounding. (24/Dec)(DW)
XSS: Unid 1457 ALE/USB sndg. (12/jan/06) (sw)
XSS: Unid 1520 ALE/USB sndg. (19/jan/06) (sw)
XSS: Unid 2331 ALE/USB sndg. (12/jan/06) (sw)
XXS: Unid 1007 ALE/USB sndg. (04/jan/06) (sw)
AAA: 0627 ALE/USB sounding (14/Jan/06) (AA)
AAA: : Isr-af Tel Aviv 1718 ALE/USB sndg.
(08/jan/06) (sw)
NDD: Bra-N (prob abbrv for NDDRIO) 2337 ALE/USB clg
ERMSAL (18/jan/06) (sw)
NDD: Bra-N (prob abbrv for NDDRIO) 2342 ALE/USB clg
NTMRJO G-27 Marajo (18/jan/06) (sw)
Pagina 60
WUN-v12
06298.5 NDD: Bra-N (prob abbrv for NDDRIO) 2344 ALE/USB clg
FRADEM F-49 Rademaker (18/jan/06) (sw)
06298.5 NDDRIO: Bra-N 2339 ALE/USB clg FDEFEN F-41
Defensora (18/jan/06) (sw)
06298.5 NDDRIO: Bra-N 2340 ALE/USB clg NDCCMM G-28 Mattaso
Maia (18/jan/06) (sw)
06300.0 SADAF23RS704PR: Uzb-Mil 2338 ALE/USB clg
OMEGA50RS704PR (11/jan/06) (sw)
06316.0 NMN: USCG CAMSLANT 1010 CW Chan free marker "NMN"
(24/Dec)(DW)
06316.2 IDR: IN ROME 1439 STANAG 4285 on usb. 300/L 5N1
ITA2. CARB (21/Dec)(DW)
06316.5 VJS: Global wireless Perth AUS 16:35 GW-Pactor
/100/200 channel free marker (17 Dec) (PPA)
06328.5 : Murmansk Meteo 1347 FAX 120/576/R surface prog. N
Atlantic to Barents Sea. Hand-inserted VT not readable
(14Jan06) (KB)
06328.5 : Murmansk Meteo 1446 FAX/120/576/R Unid (ice?)
chart, dividing Barents Sea near Murmansk into areas
(26Dec05) (KB)
06343.3 ---: Unid station 1937 PSK 2400/30000, AM methot
(21Dec05) (MAL)
06348.0 ---: Unid station 1939 PSK 2400/30000, AM methot
(21Dec05) (MAL)
06348.0 FUE: FN BREST 1450 STANAG 4285 on usb. 600/L 5N2
ITA2. Marker (21/Dec)(DW)
06348.0 fue: FN Brest 1556 stanag4285/600L/5n2 VZCZCABC.001
..ALL DE FUE (3Jan06) (wp3)
06358.5 PBB: DN GOEREE ISLAND 1018 RTTY 75/N/850 CARB
(24/Dec)(DW)
06362.1 MGJ: RN FASLANE 2054 RTTY 75/N/340 CARB. Only
operational chan in 4 chan VFT (14/Jan)(DW)
06363.5 JFG: Shizuokaken Fisheries 2000 CW Active with
msg's. Using hand key. (08Jan06) (AB3)
06365.0 VTH: IND IN Numbai 1943 rtty 50/850 (21Dec05) (MAL)
06368.5 HEB26: GLN BERN 1943 CW Pactor-II/III marker. CW ID
"cq de HEB26" every 3 mins (22/Dec)(DW)
06379
4XZ: IN Haifa ISR 2041 CW vvv de 4xz 4xz = =
(12jan06) (PIRI)
06379.0 4XZ: IN HAIFA 1955 CW Marker "vvv de 4XZ =="
(22/Dec)(DW)
06379.0 4XZ: IN Haifa ISR 2041 morse vvv de 4xz 4xz = =
(12jan06 (piri)
06379.0 4XZ: ISR Naval HQ Haifa 1622 CW (10Ene06) (MAL)
06379.0 4XZ: ISR NAVY Haifa 2251 CW id marker (06-jan-2006)(MSM)
06387
JEAN MARIE 84: PIRATE STATION 1056 USB Qso with
other pirate in French. (08-01-06) (BEF)
06390
AQP4: PN Karachi PAK 2020 CW vvv vvv vvv AQP2/4
(12Jan06) (PIRI)
06390.0 AQP4: PN Karachi PAK 2020 morse vvv vvv vvv AQP2/4
(12jan06) (piri)
06417.0 XSL: Japanese navy J 17:02 USB/Japanese PSK no
decode , in parallel on 6250 and 6445 (15 JAN) (PPA)
06418
VTP5: IN Vishakhapatnam IND 2044 CW vvv vvv vvv
vtp4/5/6 (12Jan06) (PIRI)
06418.0 VTP5: IN Vishakhapatnma IND 2044 Morse vvv vvv vvv
vtp4/5/6 (12jan06) (piri)
06418.0 VTP5: IN VIZAKHAPATNAM 1652 CW Wx fcst (17/Jan)(DW)
06425
XSS: Unid 'XSS' Net 2249 ALE/USB Sounding. (16Jan06) (RGA)
06425
XSS: Unid 1459 ALE/USB Sounds 6425 and 6243 kHz.
(07Jan06) (RGA)
06425
XSS: Unid 2132 ALE/USB Sounding. (08Jan06) (RGA)
06425.0 XSS: UNID 1034 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Sounding. Also 1044, 1049, 1100, 1104, 1115. 1215
sounding [tru] 9W9 (24/Dec)(DW)
06425.0 XSS: Unid 1515 ALE/USB sndg. (19/jan/06) (sw)
06444.1 unid: unid station 20:54 F1B / 300 / 200 burst mode
ACF=17 no decode,in parallel with 4342.1
Pagina 61
06454.0
06454.0
06456.2
06456.2
06464.0
06464.0
06467.0
06469.0
06469.0
06470.0
06470.5
06470.5
06474.0
06492.0
06507
06507.1
06507.1
06507.1
06507.1
06529
06529
06529
06529
06529
06529
06529
06532
06532
06532
06532
06532
06532
WUN-v12
(20 Dec) (PPA)
---: UNID 1445 CW Continuous strings of "L4DB" then
short msg of var length grps of figs (24/Dec)(DW)
---: UNID 1509 CW Continuous strings of "O9UY" then
"ar" and offair 1511 (24/Dec)(DW)
Unid: 1624 PSK 2400/3000, very strong (10Ene06) (MAL)
UNID: 2008 STANAG 4285 600/L/ITA2/5N1 KG84
RYRYRYRYRY and long idle periods (20Jan06) (piri)
VIE: Global wireless Darwin AUS 16:55 GW-Pactor
/100/200 channel free marker (17 Dec) (PPA)
VIE: Globe wireless Darwin AUS 17:35 GWPactor/100/200 channel free marker with Hexadecimal
identification C9 (15 JAN) (PPA)
VTG5: Indian navy Mumbai IND 16:56 CW/A1A vvv de vtg
4/5/6/7 (15 JAN) (PPA)
SAP Marinecom: 1414 morse id CQ DE SAP WWW MARINECOM
SE with free signal (27Dec05)(AI)
SAP: Marinecom Malm” Sweden 1414 PACTOR w/Morse id
CQ DE SAP WWW MARINECOM SE with free signal (27Dec05) (AI)
UWS3: Kiev radio UKR 15:45 CW fast (36 wpm) tfc in
Russian to URRT(17 Dec) (PPA)
SAP: Marinecom Malmo S 14:57 Pactor/100/200 every 3
minutes CWmarker CQ DE SAP WWW.MARINECOM.SE
(7 Jan) (PPA)
SAP: XNet Node - MarineCom Malmoe, S 1039 PACTOR
idles and CW-id"cq de SAP www marinecom se".
(16/Dec/05)(DL8AAM)
KSM: San Francisco, California 0022z July 13, 2005
CW with "CQ DE QSX" marker [SN]
Unid: 1629 PSK 2400/3000, (10Ene06) (MAL)
VTP: Indian Navy Vishakhapatnam 2244 RTTY/50/850
Messages to warships on collective VWGZ. (15Dec05) (RGA)
VTP13: Indian navy Vishakhapatnam IND 17:00
ITA2/50/900e test ryryry vtp13/14 rbsl vnr vnr sgsgsg
(17 Dec) (PPA)
VTP13: Indian navy Vishakhapatnam IND 17:30
ITA2/50/900e ryryry vtp13/14 rbsl vnr vnr sgsgsg vtp13/14
(15 JAN) (PPA)
VTP: IN Vishakhapatnam IND 2029 rtty 50 Baud
vtp13/14 rbsl vnr ry (12jan06) (piri)
VTP: IN Vishakhapatnam IND 2029 RTTY/50 vtp13/14
rbsl vnr ry (12Jan06) (PIRI)
A6-ERF: Emirates A340 Flt UAE204 2116 HFDL Posn
report via Las Palmas: 4810N 00620W. (19Dec05) (RGA)
D-ALCM: Lufthansa Cargo MD11F 2126 HFDL Logs on.
(19Dec05) (RGA)
N252UP: UPS MD11 Flt UP0005 2121 HFDL Posn report
2123N 11445E via Las Palmas. (19Dec05) (RGA)
N57852: Continental B757 2125 HFDL Logs on.
(19Dec05) (RGA)
N667US: NorthWest B747 2241 HFDL Logs on to Las
Palmas. (29Dec05) (RGA)
OH-LBR: Finnair B757 Flt AY1980 2134 HFDL Posn
report 1432N 02414W via Las Palmas. (19Dec05) (RGA)
VT-JWA: Jet Air India A340 2138 HFDL Logs on.
(19Dec05) (RGA)
7T-VJW: Air Algérie A330 Flt AH8194 2229 HFDL Logs
on to Shannon. (29Dec05) (RGA)
A6-ERC: Emirates A340 Flt UAE317 0024 HFDL Posn
report 2833N 06603E via Shannon. (18Dec05) (RGA)
A6-ERG: Emirates A340 Flt EK0203 2232 HFDL Logs on
to Shannon. (29Dec05) (RGA)
A6-ERI: Emirates A340 Flt EK0316 0023 HFDL Logs on.
(18Dec05) (RGA)
A6-ERJ: Emirates A340-451 Flt EK0203 2137 HFDL Logs
on. (19Dec05) (RGA)
CO1500: Continental Flt 2151 HFDL Posn report 3926N
07554W via Shannon. (19Dec05) (RGA)
Pagina 62
06532
06532
06532
06532
06532
06532
06535
06565.0
06565.0
06623.0
06623.0
06640.0
06649
06649
06666.0
06675.0
06676.0
06676.0
06690.0
06709
06712
06712.0
06712.0
06712.0
06712.0
06712.0
06712.0
06715
06715
06715
06715
06715
06715
06715
06715
06715
06715
WUN-v12
D-ALCQ: Lufthansa Cargo MD11F Flt LH8270 2013 HFDL
Logs on to ARINC Shannon. (16Jan06) (RGA)
LX-UCV: CargoLux B747-4R7F 'City of Bertrange' Flt
CV0792 2201 HFDL Logs on to Shannon. (19Dec05) (RGA)
N325UP: UPS B767 Flt UP0012 0020 HFDL Logs on.
(18Dec05) (RGA)
N604FE: Federal Express MD11F Flt FX0035 0012 HFDL
Logs on to Shannon. (18Dec05) (RGA)
VT-JWA: Jet Airways India A340 Flt 9W0121 2010 HFDL
Posn report: 5004N 01205E. (16Jan06) (RGA)
ZS-SNC: S.African Airways A340 Flt SA0210 2236 HFDL
Posn report 1700N 02332W via Shannon. (29Dec05) (RGA)
DAKAR: MWARA AFI-1 2147 USB Wkg PORTUGAL 163. To
maintain FL360 and contact ATLANTICO on 13357 5565 kHz.
(19Dec05) (RGA)
244: Unid 1549 ALE/USB clg 587 (29/dec/05) (sw)
288: PRC NET? ?LOC 0007 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Clng 514. 0011 clng 686 (03/Jan)(DW)
8QM: unid ROU military 09:01 USB/ALE calling TAK
(29 Dec) (PPA)
TAK: unid ROU military 09:02 USB/ALE answer to 8QM
(29 Dec) (PPA)
nocall: prob NYC ATC 2252 USB last few words of tx,
qsyed to 03455.0 where copied at the noise level
(06-jan-2006)(MSM)
: Unid 1657 ALE/USB not able to decode (15/Jan/06) (AA)
: Unid 1841 ALE/USB not able to decode (15/Jan/06) (AA)
Unid: 1631 voice andalucian fisherman (10Ene06) (MAL)
FLA: unid station 17:36 USB/ALE calling BTS (17 Dec) (PPA)
no call: Australian volmet AUS 17:02 USB/J3E male
computer voice,Metar observations Adelaide and Sydney
(17 Dec) (PPA)
no call: Bangkok volmet THA 17:11 USB/J3E female
computer voice with Bangkok weather (17 Dec) (PPA)
Magic 52: NATO AWACS 1206 J3E-USB clg DHN66.
(16/JUN/2005)(ALF)
708: USCG HC-130H 1708, CGAS Kodiak 0420 ALE/USB ALE
to 711, USCG HC-130H 1711, CGAS Kodiak. TISCOM Net.
(03DEC05) (RB)
30: Danish Military 1539 ALE/USB Calls collective
DK11. (19Dec05) (RGA)
28: Danish Forces 1212 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg 30
(12/JAN/06) (KK)
30: Danish Forces 1211 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg DK11
(12/JAN/06) (KK)
30: Danish Forces 1212 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg DK11
(12/JAN/06) (KK)
30: Dnk-Mil 2023 ALE/USB clg 28 (21/dec/05) (sw
68: DANISH ARMY ?LOC 0756 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on
usb. Clng 50 (24/Dec)(DW)
68: Danish Forces 1211 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg 30
(12/JAN/06) (KK)
523563DAT: USAF KC135 Tail 62-3563, modified? 2237
ALE/USB ALE to OFFSPR, Offutt SIPR. SIPR Net.
(29NOV05) (RB)
ADW: 0748 ALE/USB sounding (15/Jan/06) (AA)
ADWSPR: 0748 ALE/USB sounding (15/Jan/06) (AA)
CROSPR: 0805 ALE/USB sounding (15/Jan/06) (AA)
HAWSPR: SIPR Net, Ascension Island 2156 ALE/USB
Sounding. (29NOV05) (RB)
ICZSPR: 0825 ALE/USB sounding (15/Jan/06) (AA)
IKFSPR: 0802 ALE/USB sounding (15/Jan/06) (AA)
JDGSPR: US SIPRNet Station Diego Garcia 1509 ALE/USB
Sounding. (07Jan06) (RGA)
JNRSPR: SIPR Net, Salinas, PR 2301 ALE/USB Sounding.
(29NOV05) (RB)
JNRSPR: US SIPRNet Stn Puerto Rico 2124 ALE/USB
Sounding. (04Jan06) (RGA)
Pagina 63
06715
06715
06715
06715.0
06717
06717
06717.0
06717.0
06717.0
06720.0
06721
06721
06721.0
06721.0
06721.0
06721.0
06722
06722.6
06724.0
06748
06749.0
06760.0
06761
06761
06761.0
06765.0
06767.5
06770
06770
06775.3
06785
06792
WUN-v12
PATHFINDER 34: Unid 0136 USB Provides prob position
report to TRENTON MILITARY. (Only heard him give 06023 as
posit.) (12Jan06) (JG)
PLASPR: 0812 ALE/USB sounding (15/Jan/06) (AA)
WRL: Warner-Robins AFB, Ga 0158 ALE/USB Sounding.
HF-GCS Scope Command. (29NOV05) (RB)
PLASPR: US HFGCS LAJES 0021 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on
usb. Sounding. Also 0106, 0236, 0445, 0537
(24/Dec)(DW)
STANORD: Danish AF Station Nord, GRL 1304 ALE/USB
clg FOTAB (Thule) (09Jan06) (KB)
STANORD: Danish AF Station Nord, GRL 1449 ALE/USB
clg FOTAB Danish AF Thule. Also at 1502
(27Dec05) (KB)
STANORD: Dnk-Af 2040 ALE/USB clg FOTAB (09/jan/06) (sw)
STANORD: Dnk-AF Station Nord, GRL1339 ALE/USB clg
FOTAB (11/jan/06) (sw)
STCNOR: Dnk-Af 2040 ALE/USB clg FOTAB (09/jan/06) (sw)
210004: Unid 2329 ALE/USB sndg. (16/jan/06) (sw)
AED: HF-GCS Elmendorf AFB, AK 0120 ALE/USB Sounding.
HF-GCS Scope Command. (03DEC05) (RB)
PLA: 1808 ALE/USB sounding, once per hour ?
(15/Jan/06) (AA)
160026: US ACRFT C5 86-0026 0021 MIL.STD 188-141A
ALE on usb. Sounding (24/Dec)(DW)
170031: US ACRFT C5 87-0031 2346 MIL.STD 188-141A
ALE on usb. Sounding (23/Dec)(DW)
JNR: US HFGCS SALINAS 0819 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on
usb. Sounding (24/Dec)(DW)
MPA: US HFGCS FALKLANDS 0455 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on
usb. Sounding. Also at 0559, 0656 (24/Dec)(DW)
: Unid 1731 ALE/USB not able to decode (15/Jan/06) (AA)
No Call: unid 1229 Stanag-4285/600bps (19/JAN/06) (KK)
Boulmer: RAF Boulmer 1225 USB wkg H6H (19/JAN/06) (KK)
MPA: Unid 2301 ALE/USB Sounding. Italian AF?
(17Jan06) (RGA)
Unid: north african net, 2000 CHX200 ARQ 250/170
(10Ene06) (MAL)
RAF Boulmer: G 1146 J3E-USB OM/EE with tracking
details"DEA467..."; "KKL636 callsign C11 ...MKJM4949..." to
L1W. (16/JUN/2005)(ALF)
RUH985: Prob UH-60L 03-26985 1-228th AVN Btn 0114
ALE/USB ALE to SKYWAT, SKYWATCH, Army Flight Following
Service, Soto Cano, Honduras. SKYWATCH Net.
(01DEC05) (RB)
RUH985: Prob UH-60L 03-26985 1-228th AVN Btn 2148
ALE/USB ALE to SKYWAT, SKYWATCH, Army Flight Following
Service, Soto Cano, Honduras. SKYWATCH Net.
(29NOV05) (RB)
Reach 351: USAF a/c 1151 J3E-USB OM clg 2E4 (?).
(16/JUN/2005)(ALF)
CGQ1: UNID 0608 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Sounding (02/Jan)(DW)
USAIS1012: US Army Intelligence & Security Command
(INSCOM) Ft. Belvoir 1523 ALE/USB ALE to USAMD1010, US Army
Space & Missile Defense Command (SMDC) Arlington, Va.
Continuity of Ops Net. (30NOV05) (RB)
CC1: Unid Rockwell Collins Net station 0039 ALE/USB
Sounding. Rockwell-Collins Net. (04DEC05) (RB)
DT1: Unid Rockwell-Collins Net Station 1259 ALE/USB
ALE to CO2. Rockwell-Collins Net. (02DEC05) (RB)
Israeli intel: ISR 17:50 4vft Psk modem /75/88
encrypted ACF=112 pilot tone 300 hertz lower , off air at
17:55 (15 JAN) (PPA)
G336: Unid Corps of Engineers 0918 ALE/USB Sounding.
US Army Corps of Engineers Ch.7. (04DEC05) (RB)
0000210401: Greek Police Net 1545 ALE/USB Sounding.
(19Dec05) (RGA)
Pagina 64
WUN-v12
06792
0000210688: 1659 ALE/USB sounding (15/Jan/06) (AA)
06792.0 2526: Mrc Protection Civile Marocaine 2302 ALE/USB
clg 2525 (18/jan/06) (sw)
06792.0 2527: Mrc Protection Civile Marocaine 2255 ALE/USB
clg 2528 (18/jan/06) (sw)
06796
TXX2: Spanish Guarda Civil Valdemoro 1729 ALE/USB
Calls TWBZ2/Unid. (30Dec05) (RGA)
06800
COMETA: Unid Mexican Military 0247 ALE/USB ALE to
ESTRELLA. (01DEC05) (RB)
06800.0 DRJ:
ALE
15 Dec 05
0122 and 0222
DRJ
sounding. (HS)
06802
: Rus. intel, RUS 16473 BAUDOT 200.33Bd/500Hz, auto
broadcasting multi figure group message to recipient "99"
(29Dec05) (LDO)
06802.0 no-call: Rus. intel, RUS 16473 BAUDOT 200.33B/500Hz,
auto broadcasting multi figure group
message to recipient "99" (29Dec05) (LDO)
06830
: Unid 1636 USB Russian man group 5 number x 2.
(20/12/05) (BEF)
06835.0 B32: Unid 1504 ALE/USB clg B99 (12/jan/06) (sw)
06835.0 B99: Unid 1453 ALE/USB clg B12 (12/jan/06) (sw)
06840
NYZ: Unid Chinese 1920 CW Calling, Q2M. Also active
on 4860 kHz. (31Dec05) (AB3)
06865.0 300: Unid 1543 ALE/USB sndg. (07/jan/06) (sw)
06865.0 500: UNID 0038 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Sounding
(01/Jan)(DW)
06865.0 FLA: UNID 1846 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng
BTS. Also at 1940 2103 (31/Dec)(DW)
06870
CLC13M: Local Communications Center, 13th Inf Bde
Mobile 1115 ALE/USB ALE to CRC5M, Regional Comms Center,
5th Military Region. Venezuelan Army. (29NOV05) (RB)
06870
CLC13M: Local Communications Center, 13th Inf Bde
Mobile 1121 ALE/USB ALE to CLC52M, Local Comms Center, 52nd
Jungle Inf. Bde, Mobile. Venezuelan Army. (29NOV05) (RB)
06870
CLC24M: Local Comms Ctr Mobile 24th Infantry Bde
Mobile 0237 ALE/USB Mobile, ALE to CRC. Venezuelan Army.
(29NOV05) (RB)
06870
CLC52M: Local Comms Center, 52nd Jungle Inf Bde
Mobile 1121 ALE/USB ALE to CLC13M, Local Communications
Center, 13th Inf Bde. Venezuelan Army. (29NOV05) (RB)
06870
CLC: Local Communications Center -? 1133 ALE/USB ALE
to CLC52M, Local Comms Center, 52nd Jungle Inf. Bde, Mobile.
Venezuelan Army. (29NOV05) (RB)
06870
RESERVA10: Venezuelan Army, 10th Infantry Btn.
Reserves 1055 ALE/USB ALE to CLC24M, Local Comms Ctr Mobile
24th Infantry Bde Mobile. Venezuelan Army.
(29NOV05) (RB)
06873.0 RMP: Russian Navy Kaliningrad, RUS 1645 CW open RR
wx-QTC to REO "qtc 981 41 25 2t11 981 = prip kaliningrad 70
karta 24128 ..(25/May/2005)(ALF)
06874.0 TYMA1: Spa-Pol Avila 2327 ALE/USB clg TZSA2 Almeria
(21/dec/05) (sw)
06874.0 TYMG1: Spa-Pol Guadalajara 2325 ALE/USB clg TX2
(21/dec/05) (sw)
06880.0 CS003: ALBANIAN NET ?LOC 0743 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng RS0014. 0750 clng RS0012. 0804 clng RS0016.
0819 clng RS0017 (27/Dec)(DW)
06880.0 Q30: Mkd-Mil 1543 ALE/USB clg RS0 (22/dec/05) (sw)
06888.0 No Call: unid VEN, undec. 0916 LSB ALE/MIL-188-141
clg PNRN2: Puesto Nav.Rio Negro, weak read.
(10/JAN/06) (KK)
06893.0 SB3: Geo-Mil 2023 1617 ALE/USb clg GS2 (20/dec/05) (sw)
06894
7ET5: Unid, Venezuelan Navy 0326 ALE/LSB ALE TO
1HG9. Also noted on 8280, 8340, 8810, 9355, 9380, 9400.
Venezuelan Navy. (01DEC05)(RB)
06895
PR1: Venezuelan Navy Radio Station 1 2348 ALE/USB
ALE to DHN, Venezuelan Hydrographic & Navigation
Directorate. Venezuelan Navy. (29NOV05) (RB)
Pagina 65
WUN-v12
06897.8 UNID: 2035 PACTOR II HAM-mode. Mailbox menu, sending
a compressed msg. no calls. (20Jan06) (piri)
06910
02HAWK: Unid. 1/131st asset 1910 ALE/USB ALE to
T1Z131, 1/131st AVN. Army Aviation. (01DEC05) (RB)
06924
RFP: Unid 1842 ALE/USB Calls JCP. (19Dec05) (RGA)
06925
ORAN2A: Algerian Gendarmerie/MOI 1519 ALE/USB Calls
RS903A. (07Jan06) (RGA)
06929
: Czech KFOR-net, CZE/SCG 0711 Rohde & Schwarz ARQ
system 228.65Bd/170Hz, op chat in Czech using 8bit mode
(02Jan06) (LDO)
06929
URNA52: UNID Czech MIL, CZE 1309 USB, reading out 5
letter groups in Czech phonetic alphabet, possibly KFOR
related (30Dec05) (LDO)
06929.0 no-call: Czech KFOR-net, CZE/SCG 0711 Rohde &Schwarz
ARQ system 228.65Bd/170Hz, op chat in Czech using 8bit mode
(02Jan06) (LDO)
06929.0 URNA52: UNID Czech MIL, CZE 1309 USB, reading out 5
letter groups in Czech phonetic alphabet, possibly KFOR
related (30Dec05) (LDO)
06935.0 DV9: Est-Mil 1511 ALE/USB clg VC6 (29/dec/05) (sw)
06935.0 VC6: Est-Mil 0956 0951 ALE/USB clg RX1 (24/dec/05) (sw)
06935.0 VC6: Est-Mil 1511 ALE/USB clg DV9 (29/dec/05) (sw)
06935.0 VC6: Est-Mil 1933 ALE/USB clg OV5 (03/jan/06) (sw)
06935.0 VC6: Est-Mil 1936 ALE/USB clg RX1 also noted on
03900.0 (03/jan/06) (sw)
06935.0 VC6: Est-Mil 1941 ALE/USB clg RX1 (21/dec/05) (sw)
06935.0 VC6: Est-Mil 1947 ALE/USB clg OV5 (12/jan/06) (sw)
06935.0 VC6: Est-Mil 2329 ALE/USB clg RX1 (21/dec/05) (sw)
06945.0 Russian/CIS Domestic Aero Net: CIS 1545 J3E-USB sx
YL/RR unid players, ment. "Pjatigorsk".
(17/MAY/2005)(ALF)
06945.0 SHPORA: Rostov-na-Dono Aero, RUS 1635 J3E-USB sx
YL/RR wkg ATRAPIN.(17/MAY/2005)(ALF)
06947.5 OL1B: CZE Mil? 0804 P-I/100Bd/CF=800Hz
<Calling:OL1A> mny times, no cnt (10/JAN/06) (KK)
06949.5 No Call: GNF 1100 USB/8-Fsk ALE (11/JAN/06) (KK)
06950.0 2055: Guarfi, I 1224 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg 2009
[AMD]DIAL4 (11/JAN/06) (KK)
06955.0 TWVP2: GC, E. 1329 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg TXX2
(12/JAN/06) (KK)
06955.0 TYMA2: Spa-Pol Avila 2316 ALE/USB clg TYMR2 Ciudad
Real (21/dec/05) (sw)
06960.4 unid: unid FRONET station S 11:48 Pactor1 / 200 /
200 Calling F18HCA no contact (30 DEC) (PPA)
06961.5 PR1: Venezuelan Navy Radio Station 1 2342 ALE/USB
ALE to DHN, Venezuelan Hydrographic & Navigation
Directorate. Venezuelan Navy. (29NOV05) (RB)
06967.5 ICI: Italian CG HQ Roma, I 1452 J3E-USB sx OM/II wkg
"Massa (?)1002".(17/May/2005)(ALF)
06968.5 FB2: unid 1516 CW CQ- and time-marker "cq cq cq de
FB2=17 may 2005 1716 27z = ar" etc. stopped after "cq .... =
1719 29z = ar". Even they gave zulu-time in the marker it
was exactly CEST. (17/MAY/2005)(DL8AAM)
06970.0 B12: Pol Mil "Brawo-Net" 1452 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg B99:
All Stations? (12/JAN/06) (KK)
06970.0 B32: Pol Mil "Brawo-Net" 1350 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A
clg B99: All Stations?(12/JAN/06) (KK)
06970.0 B32: Pol Mil "Brawo-Net" 1503 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A
clg B99: All Stations? (12/JAN/06) (KK)
06970.0 B64: Pol Mil "Brawo-Net" 1337 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A
clg B64 (12/JAN/06) (KK)
06970.5 FDG: FAF Bordeaux, F 1435 C vvv-mkr. (11/May/2005)(DL8AAM)
06983.0 E7AK: CIS Military 1500 CW "YIIV de E7AK qta 289 k",
later 5LGs qtc; duplex (11/MAY/2005)(ALF)
06983.0 GV1: Geo-Net 2100 ALE/USB clg RAINDI (12/jan/06) (sw)
06983.0 QPE3: CIS Military 1455 CW qtc "186 28 11 1823 186
=... (5LGs) ..." to SQ2B; duplex (11/MAY/2005)(ALF)
06985
FCSFEM: Communications Supervisor, FEMA HQ,
Pagina 66
WUN-v12
Washington DC 1454 ALE/USB ALE to USAIS1012, US Army
Intelligence & Security Command. (30NOV05) (RB)
06985
T12: 12th AVN Btn, Davison AAF/Ft Belvoir, VA 1707
ALE/USB "HYDRAMATIC" ALE to R23732, Sikorsky UH-60A Black
Hawk Tail 82-23732. Army Aviation. (01DEC05) (RB)
06987.0 Zero-Zero: unid French "official" Net, F 1530 J3EUSB sx YL/FF wkg unid(maybe callsign "2" ?) with "control
radio, passe" (=radio-check), end with "terminee". Hrd that
net here before in April 2005. (17/May/2005)(ALF)
06988.5 No Call: GNF 1100 USB/8-Fsk ALE (11/JAN/06) (KK)
06990.0 DIAKON55: Pol Mil 1108 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg
ABEL60 (11/JAN/06) (KK)
06991.0 0ZK: UK Military 2115 J3E-USB OM/EE sx wkg in
multinational military (exercise?) net wkg 2LN (French) etc.
with tracking details; refer to call G1C 2127z 0ZK wkg G1C
(UK).
06992
G-DBCB: British Midland A319 1150 USB Working Sea
Cadets stations MFJ04/National Net Control Epsom and
MFT53/Falmouth & Penryn. Aircraft over France on approach to
London/Heathrow/LHR/EGLL. An aeronautical mobile station
communicating with fixed stations in a fixed service band
seems of dubious legality. (15Jan06) (RGA)
06993.0 B32: Pol Mil "Brawo-Net" 1336 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A
clg B64 (12/JAN/06) (KK)
06994
WARSZAWA2: R&S Net Warsaw 1608 ALE/USB Calls
BYDGOSZCZ. R&S/MOI Bydgoszcz. (07Jan06) (RGA)
06994.0 WARSZAWA3: Pol-Moi 1931 ALE/USB sndg. (21/dec/05) (sw)
06998
SSA49: SPIRITO DIVINO PIRATE 1215 CW Msg in Italian.
(08-01-06) (BEF)
07000.0 2009: GUARFI 1250 USB ALE clg 2055 (19/JAN/06) (KK)
07000.0 2011: Guarfi, I 1324 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg 2011
(12/JAN/06) (KK)
07000.0 2509: Guarfi, I 1320 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg 3000
[AMD]DIAL4 (12/JAN/06) (KK)
07000.0 2700: UNID 1118 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng
2704. Also at 1119, 1119 [CMDAMD]PJSITI], 1136
(29/Dec)(DW)
07012.5 K7Y: unid "NATO", Europe 0250 J3E-USB EE sx wkg R6I,
pos.rep In 40m HAM band. (26/Oct/2005)(DL8AAM)
07018.0 REA: AFHQ Moscow RUS 14:40 F1A/1000 5F msg followed
by F1B/50/1000 idle (8 Jan) (PPA)
07075.0 L9CC: Chinese Military, tent. Navy, CHN 1839 CW vvvmkr to CP17 Intuder in 40m HAM-band. (4/July/2005)(DL8AAM)
07086.5 unid: "Global Link Network" Node, CHN 2030 xTOR
idles. (7/Dec/05)(ALF)
07089.0 Unid: NATO, Northern Turkey, TUR 2030 Link-11 2k4 D8PSK bursts.(7/Dec/05)(ALF)
07320 AAR6TF: [QTH?] 1703z Nov 9, 2005 working AAR6ZM USB
with net check-in [SN]
07320 AAR6ZM: New Mexico 1658z Nov 9, 2005 working AAR6TF
USB with net check-in [SN]
07320 NNN0ZZR: [QTH?] 1705Z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net checkin [SN]
07360
TF131: Coy "F" 1/131st Aviation Reg, AL NG 2301
ALE/USB Birmingham, AL. Sounding. Army Aviation.
(01DEC05) (RB)
07361.5 T12: 12th AVN Btn, Davison AAF/Ft Belvoir, VA 1705
ALE/USB "HYDRAMATIC" ALE to R23732, Sikorsky UH-60A Black
Hawk Tail 82-23732. Army Aviation. (01DEC05) (RB)
07455.0 CS004A: ALBANIAN NET ?LOC 0811 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Responds to RS0016D (16/Jan)(DW)
07455.0 RS0016D: ALBANIAN NET ?LOC 0811 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng CS004A (16/Jan)(DW)
07460.0 AAA: ISRAELI AF TEL AVIV 0136 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Sounding. Also 0437 (16/Jan)(DW)
07460.0 unid: French military F 11:46 ITA2 / 50 / 400r test
de mentor (26 Dec) (PPA)
07475.0 CS003: ALBANIAN NET ?LOC 0739 MIL.STD 177-141A ALE
Pagina 67
07512.0
07516.0
07516.0
07516.0
07527
07527
07527.0
07527.0
07527.0
07527.0
07527.0
07527.0
07527.0
07527.0
07527.0
07527.0
07535.0
07595.8
07597
07597.0
07597.0
07597.0
07597.0
07597.0
07622.0
07622.0
07622.0
07641.0
07641.0
07641.0
07641.0
07644
07644.0
07644.2
WUN-v12
on usb. Clng RS0012 (16/Jan)(DW)
TWVP1: Spa-Pol Palencia 0950 ALE/USB clg TYBB2
(24/dec/05) (sw)
CRC2M: VENEZUELAN MIL ?LOC 0007 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng CLC24M. Also at 0109z (10/Jan)(DW)
CRC2M: VENEZUELAN MIL ?LOC 2350 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng CLC24M (09/Jan)(DW)
TZSE: GUARDIA CIVIL MELILLA 0732 MIL.STD 188-141A
ALE on usb. Clng TXXX (10/Jan)(DW)
LNT: USCG CAMSLANT Chesapeake, Va 1919 ALE/USB ALE
to J17, USCG HH-60 6017. Up in voice as JULIET 17 for flight
ops, posn 2749N/08032W. COTHEN Net. (30NOV05) (RB)
LNT: USCG, CAMSLANT Chesapeake, VA. 2044 ALE/USB ALE
to J31, up with JULIET 31 w/flt ops, 3127N/8721W. COTHEN
Net. (29NOV05) (RB)
502: US DHS COTHEN NET? ?LOC 0306 MIL.STD 188-141A
ALE on usb. Clng LNT. Also at 0312 (11/Jan)(DW)
709: UNID 0233 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Sounding
(11/Jan)(DW)
J13: US DHS COTHEN NET? ?LOC 0139 MIL.STD 188-141A
ALE on usb. Clng OPB. Also at 0303z (11/Jan)(DW)
J41: US DHS COTHEN NET? ?LOC 2341 MIL.STD 188-141A
ALE on usb. Responds to LNT (11/Jan)(DW)
LNT: US DHS COTHEN CHESAPEAKE 0306 MIL.STD 188-141A
ALE on usb. Responds to 502. 2341 clng J41 (11/Jan)(DW)
M49: US DHS COTHEN NET? ?LOC 0234 MIL.STD 188-141A
ALE on usb. Sounding. Also 0320 (11/Jan)(DW)
OPB: US DHS COTHEN NASSAU 0139 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Responds to J13 (11/Jan)(DW)
TWVP1: Spa-Pol Palencia 0950 ALE/USB clg TYMA2 Avila
(24/dec/05) (sw)
TWVS2: GUARDIA CIVIL SALAMANACA 0800 MIL.STD
188-141A ALE on usb. Clng TWVB2. Also clng TWVP2 at 0807
(11/Jan)(DW)
X93: US DHS COTHEN NET? UNID 2338 MIL.STD 188-141A
ALE on usb. Sounding (10/Jan)(DW)
VMW: Wiluna meteo AUS 14:55 F1C / 120 / 576 Pacific
ocean surfacetemperatures (24 Dec) (PPA)
IEA20: Carabinieri Rome I 14:32 ITA2/50/170r
encrypted traffic followed at 14:33 by Italian voice traffic
in LSB on 7598 (17 Dec) (PPA)
SCLC251: Local Communications Center, 251st Inf.
2342 ALE/USB ALE to CLC25, Local Comms Center. Venezuelan
Army. (30NOV05) (RB)
AAA: Isr-Af Tel Aviv 1604 ALE/USB sndg.(29/dec/05) (sw)
CLC24: VENEZUELAN MIL SAN CRISTOBAL 2333 MIL.STD
188-141A ALE on usb. Responds to SCLC24 (11/Jan)(DW)
PCRC2: VENEZUELAN MIL ?LOC 2340 MIL.STD 188-141A ale
on usb. Clng SCLC212 (11/Jan)(DW)
SCLC21: VENEZUELAN MIL ?LOC 2340 MIL.STD 188-141A
ALE on usb. Responds to PCRC2 (11/Jan)(DW)
SCLC24: VENEZUELAN MIL ?LOC 2333 MIL.STD 188-141A
ALE on usb. Clng CLC24 (11/Jan)(DW)
CS002: ALBANIAN NET ?LOC 0713 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng RS0011 (13/Jan)(DW)
CS002A: ALBANIAN NET ?LOC 0701 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng RS005A (13/Jan)(DW)
RS005A: Mkd-Mil 1635 ALE/USB clg CS002A (12/jan/06) (sw)
4N7R: Unid 2036 ALE/USB clg YVBZ (21/dec/05) (sw)
BZWE: prb. YUG 1334 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg RBYG
(17/JAN/06) (KK)
PGID: Unid 2013 ALE/USB clg MJMD (21/dec/05) (sw)
YVBZ: Unid 2036 ALE/USB clg 4N7R (21/dec/05) (sw)
RFVI: FN Reunion 1537 ARQ-E3/100/400 Idling
(18/01/06) (RH2)
RFVICS: FN Reunion 1537 arq-E3 100/400 Idling
(18/01/06) (RH2)
RFVI: FN LE PORT 1929 ARQ/E3 100/E/400 8rc. Betas.
Pagina 68
07646.0
07648.5
07650
07650
07650.0
07668.0
07668.0
07668.0
07668.0
07670.5
07701.5
07718.5
07720.0
07725
07725.0
07739.0
07768.0
07777.0
07785
07785
07785.0
07785.0
07785.0
07785.0
07785.0
07785.0
07792.0
07792.0
07792.0
07793.0
07793.0
07793.0
07810
WUN-v12
1942z cct [RUN] C de V RFQP de RFQP (09/Jan)(DW)
DDH7: HAMBURG MET 1047 RTTY 50/N/450 Ships OBS then
marker (10/Jan)(DW)
OKC: Poss "G" Coy, 1/149th AVN, Will Rogers
Airfield, Oklahoma City, OK (OK NG) 1357 ALE/USB Sounding.
Army Aviation. (02DEC05) (RB)
R05426: Prob AH-64D Apache Longbow #03-5426 2210
ALE/USB ALE to T1Z82, 1/82nd Aviation Brigade, Fort Bragg,
NC. Army Aviation Net. (01DEC05) (RB)
T1Z82: 1/82nd Aviation Brigade, Fort Bragg, NC 2350
ALE/USB ALE test back to T1Z82. Army Aviation.
(01DEC05) (RB)
unid: Bulgarian diplo 14:55 Bulgarian 8 FSK / 240,1
/ 7*240 in ISS mode , no decode (27 Dec) (PPA)
4101: Unid 1610 ALE/USB clg 4301 (20/dec/05) (sw)
4101: Unid 2039 ALE/USB clg 4302 (20/dec/05) (sw)
4102: Unid 1557 ALE/USB sndg. (20/dec/05) (sw)
CER42: Fra-Mfa Paris Fra 1410 ALE/USB clg AMMAN
Amman Jor (20/dec/05) (sw)
Tigre10: ALE
15 Dec 05
0121
Mexican Army
TIGRE10 clg TIGRE (HS)
CUKIERNIA: Polish contingent MNDCS/Camp Echo, IRQ
1936 ALE/USB clg STY (12/jan/06) (sw)
STPOPS: Poss MN National Guard, St Paul Airport
(KSTP) 2008 ALE/USB ALE to G24746,UH-60A Black Hawk
85-24746. Army Aviation Net. (30NOV05) (RB)
---: SWISS DIPLO NET 1101 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on
usb. AQC mode, link protected (10/Jan)(DW)
: Swiss embassy Vienna, AUT 0848 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, crypto tfc. to Bern,
network using ALE with linking protection
(02Jan06) (LDO)
no-call: Swiss embassy Vienna, AUT 0848 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone crypto tfc. to Bern,
network using ALE with linking protection (02Jan06) (LDO)
RNOUSLR1: ALG Sonatrach, Rhourde Nouss LR1 pipeline
1645 ALE/LSB SND (28Dec05) (MAL)
4101: Unid 1021 ALE/USB clg 4301 (22/dec/05) (sw)
Sierra: ALE
15 Dec 05
0227
Mexican Army
SIERRA clg DIAMANTE (HS)
HA4: Algerian Army/MOI 1604 ALE/USB "TO:HA43
TIS:HA4" (05/Jan/06) (AA)
LZ51: Algerian Army/MOI 1606 ALE/USB "TIS:LZ51"
(05/Jan/06) (AA)
HA43: ALG MOI unid station 1604 ALE/USB clng to HA40
(28Dec05) (MAL)
HA48: ALG MOI unid station 1612 ALE/USB clng to HA40
(28Dec05) (MAL)
HA52: Alg-Mil 1950 ALE/USB clg HA48 (09/jan/06) (sw)
LZ50: Alg-Mil 2009 ALE/USB clg LZ51 (09/jan/06) (sw)
LZ51: ALG MOI unid station 1016 ALE/USB clng to UM42
(28Dec05) (MAL)
LZ51: ALG MOI unid station 1429 ALE/USB link
stablisnment with LZ50 (28Dec05) (MAL)
DIAMANTI: ALB MOI 0759 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg
DRINI (17/JAN/06) (KK)
DRINI: ALB MOI 1024 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg
DIAMANTI (17/JAN/06) (KK)
MALI: Alb-Mil 1625 ALE/USB clg DRINI (19/jan/06) (sw)
ORAN2A: ALGERIAN NET ORAN 0727 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng RS903A, also at 0743, 0745 0747 0750 0753. 0800
responds to RS903A. Clng RS903A at 0803 0807 0810 0812 0816
(18/Dec)(DW)
RS903A: ALG MOI unid station 1927 ALE/USB clng to
ORAN2A (28Dec05) (MAL)
RS903A: ALGERIAN NET ?LOC 0800 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng ORAN2A (18/Dec)(DW)
444: Prob FAPSI 1526 CW QRQ? 444 QTC2 K. ASM. K K. K
Pagina 69
07816.7
07817
07826.7
07826.7
07848.0
07848.0
07849
07849.0
07849.0
07849.0
07849.0
07890.0
07890.0
07890.0
07890.0
07895.7
07905.4
07905.4
07905.4
07909
07909
07909.0
07909.0
07928
07957
07957.0
07965.0
07965.0
07965.0
07969.0
07997
WUN-v12
K. QSL 2. QRQ 22? K. SEE. 4444 = = 11000 00109 7013 19156
01253 = = 78312 65478 13349 ... _9147 82993 = = NW 11100
01094 8002 19157 01003 = GKHKT BMJMG ... SKSRE JFKSD K. CFM
SK SK. (19Dec05) (RGA)
MFA CAIRO: EGY 1907 ARQ s/c XBVY and 5HEX grps to
EMB London (19jan06) (piri)
SLN108: Co. B, 1/108th AVN (Air Assault) Kansas 1326
ALE/USB National Guard, Salina, Kansas. Sounding. Army
Aviation. (01DEC05) (RB)
: MFA CAIRO EGY 1941 ARQ/FEC Selcall XBVY QSY 5876
(6785 kHz USB = 6786.7 kHz). Short arq qso then over to
CODAN mode. XBVY is egyemb Londen. (13Jan06) (PIRI)
MFA CAIRO: EGY 1941 ARQ/FEC Selcall XBVY QSY 5876
(6785 kHz USB = 6786.7 kHz). short arq qso then over to
CODAN mode. XBVY is egyemb Londen. (13jan06) (piri)
AAA: Isr-af Tel Aviv 1413 ALE/USB sndg. (06/jan/06) (sw)
AAA: Isr-Af Tel Aviv 1538 ALE/USB sndg.(29/dec/05) (sw)
: CIS Military 1204 MS-5/4800/USB Setup tones.
(15Jan06) (RGA)
CLC23M: Ven-Mil 2350 ALE/USB clg CRC2M Mobile
Regional Comms (12/jan/06) (sw)
CLM23M: Ven-Mil 0014 ALE/USB clg CRC2M Mobile
Regional Comms (12/jan/06)
CRC2M: Mobile com centre 2nd military division VEN
23:29 USB/ALE Calling CLC (14 JAN) (PPA)
CRC: Military Communication Centre VEN 23:09
USB/ALE Calling CLC25M (14 JAN) (PPA)
CS001: ALBANIAN NET ?LOC 0734 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng RS002. 0801 clng RS004 (27/Dec)(DW)
RS002: ALBANIAN NET ?LOC 0734 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Responds to CS001. 0809 clng CS001 (27/Dec)(DW)
RS005: Mkd-Mil 1635 ALE/USB clg CS001 (12/jan/06) (sw)
VS0: Mkd-Mil 1537 ALE/USB clg RS0 (22/dec/05) (sw)
: Unid FF 1202 ARQ-E3/100/400 Betas. (15Jan06) (RGA)
R2402: US army helicopter IRQ 15:55 USB/ALE TO T7Z
THIS IS R24022 (15 JAN) (PPA)
T4Z101: 4th btn 101 avn IRQ 15:20 USB/ALE TO R26850
THIS WAS T4Z101 (15 JAN) (PPA)
T7Z101: 7th btn 101 avn IRQ 15:50 USB/ALE sounding
THIS WAS T7Z101 (15 JAN) (PPA)
BALTAZAR: UNID French MFA TX-site, F? 0938 USB/Rohde
& Schwarz 2400Bd proprietary PSK waveform, working NIAMEY
(22Dec05) (LDO)
NIAMEY: R&S or MFA Paris, F 0938 USB/Rohde & Schwarz
2400Bd proprietary PSK waveform, tfc to BALTAZAR, testing of
HF equipment prior to shipment to Niamey embassy (22Dec05) (LDO)
BALTAZAR: UNID French MFA TX-site, F? 0938 USB/Rohde
& Schwarz 2400Bd proprietary PSK waveform working NIAMEY
(22Dec05) (LDO)
NIAMEY: R&S or MFA Paris, F 0938 USB/Rohde &Schwarz
2400Bd proprietary PSK waveform, tfc to BALTAZAR, testing of
HF equipment prior to shipment to Niamey embassy
(22Dec05) (LDO)
: CIS Military 1512 MS-5/4800/USB Enciphered
vocoder. (19Dec05) (RGA)
AA1: 1643 ALE/USB sounding (05/Jan/06) (AA)
B82: Isr-Af unid 1512 ALE/USB sndg. Also noted on
08858.0(03/jan/06) (sw)
CS002: ALBANIAN NET ?LOC 0824 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng RS008 (27/Dec)(DW)
Q30: Mkd-Mil 1533 ALE/USB clg RS0 (22/dec/05) (sw)
RS0011: ALBANIAN NET ?LOC 0756 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng CS002 (27/Dec)(DW)
HR: ALG Sonatrach, Hassi R'Mel 1255 ALE/USB SND
(28Dec05) (MAL)
WARSZAWA3: Polish Interior Ministry Warszawa, POL
1132 USB/MIL-STD 188-141B with linking protection, sounding
repeatedly for several minutes with short breaks (27Dec05) (LDO)
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07997.0 WARSZAWA3: Pol-Moi 1931 ALE/USB sndg. (21/dec/05) (sw)
07997.0 WARSZAWA3: Polish Interior Ministry Warszawa POL
1132 USB/MIL-STD 188-141B (27Dec05) (LDO)
08000.0 2055: Guarfi, I 1008 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg 0200
[AMD]DIAL4 (10/JAN/06) (KK)
08000.0 2055: Guarfi, I 1010 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg 2004
[AMD]DIAL4 (10/JAN/06) (KK)
08000.0 2055: Guarfi, I 1015 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg 2009
(10/JAN/06) (KK)
08000.0 2509: Mrc Protection Civile Marocaine 1328 ALE/USB
clg 2011[AMD]DIAL4 (12/jan/06) (sw)
08000.0 2509: Mrc Protection Civile Marocaine 1341 ALE/USB
clg 2009 [AMD]DIAL4 (12/jan/06) (sw)
08010
CENTR5: MFA Bucharest ROU 1158 USB/ALE TO RMZ ROUEMB
Ryad (13Jan06) (PIRI)
08010.0 99: Dnk-Mil 2052 ALE/USB clg 30 (11/jan/06) (sw)
08010.0 BU1: ROMANIAN MOI BUCHAREST 0836 MIL.STD 188-141A
ALE on usb. Clng CRA (09/Jan)(DW)
08010.0 BU2: ROMANIAN MOI BUCHAREST 0820 MIL.STD 188-141A
Ale on usb. Clng ORA. Also 0835z. 0838 clng CAL
(09/Jan)(DW)
08010.0 BU3: ROMANIAN MOI BUCHAREST MIL. 0842 MIL.STD
188-141A ALE on usb. Clng FOC (09/Jan)(DW)
08010.0 BU4: ROMANIAN MOI BUCHAREST 0630 MIL.STD 188-141A
ale ON USB. cLNG sib. aLSO AT 0700 0720 0730 0740Z
(09/Jan)(DW)
08010.0 CENTR5: MFA Bucharest ROU 1158 USB/ALE TO RMZ ROUEMB
Ryad (13jan06) (piri)
08010.0 JB12: Alg-Mil 1558 ALE/USB clg JB10 (04/jan/06) (sw)
08010.0 JB12: ALGERIAN MIL? ?LOC 1756 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng UM12. 2322z clng JB10 (29/Dec)(DW)
08010.0 JB12: unid ALG military 17:35 USB/ALE calling UM12
(29 Dec) (PPA)
08010.0 JB17: Alg-Mil 2040 ALE/USB clg UM12 (11/jan/06) (sw)
08010.0 JB17: ALGERIAN MIL ?LOC 0052 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on
usb. Clng UM12 (09/Jan)(DW)
08010.0 JL10: ALG MOI unid station 1252 ALE/USB clng to JB14
(28Dec05) (MAL)
08010.0 MDN: ALGERIAN MIL? ?LOC 0644 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on
usb. Clng JB14 (31/Dec)(DW)
08010.0 UM12: Alg-Mil 1553 ALE/USB clg JB16 (04/jan/06) (sw)
08010.0 UM12: Alg-Mil 2040 ALE/USB clg JB17 (11/jan/06) (sw)
08010.0 UM12: ALGERIAN MIL ?LOC 2348 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on
usb. Clng JL10 (08/Jan)(DW)
08016
4101: Unid 1548 ALE/USB Calls 4301 with [AMD]"/>
2001". (18Jan06) (RGA)
08017.0 ZSC: GW station Cape Town AFS 2230 Channel marker
and traffic dataplex (15Jan06) (MAL)
08020
CHARLY46: HQ 46 Bde Italian AF Pisa-San Giusto AB
1441 ALE/USB/USB Afterwards traffic in italian
(04/Jan/06) (AA)
08020.0 2525: Mrc Protection Civile Marocaine 2021 ALE/USB
sndg (10/jan/06) (sw)
08020.0 N1K: Unid 1948 ALE/USB sndg. (10/jan/06) (sw)
08025
: Romanian emb. Vienna, AUT 0748 USB/MIL-STD
188-110A serial tone modem, wkng Bucharest
(23Dec05) (LDO)
08025.0 no-call: Romanian emb. Vienna, AUT 0748 USB/MIL-STD
188-110A serial tone modem, wkng Bucharest
(23Dec05) (LDO)
08030
: NATO Tactical Air Defence System 2225
LINK-11/2250/USB TADIL-A one sideband only.
(15Dec05) (RGA)
08040.0 GYA: FWOC Northwood G 2245 FAX 120 lpm
(15Jan06) (MAL)
08045.0 RFP: Unid 1623 ALE/USB clg MAE Algiers (09/jan/06) (sw)
08047
HQ703N: National Guard Readiness Center, Arlington,
Va. 0101 ALE/USB ALE to D030EN, Delaware National Guard.
Pagina 71
08056
08060
08060.0
08060.0
08061.0
08061.0
08065
08065
08065
08065.0
08070.0
08084.7
08084.7
08084.7
08084.7
08086
08086
08086.0
08108.5
08108.5
08108.5
08110.0
08122.9
08126.4
08126.4
08126.4
08126.4
08126.4
08130.0
08130.0
08130.0
08130.0
08135.0
08139.0
08146.5
08146.5
08149.2
08151.0
WUN-v12
US Army Nat'l Guard. (04DEC05) (RB)
814248: Unid, prob MH-60 1813 ALE/USB ALE to CLS,
Prob Sabre AAF, Fort Campbell, Ky. US ARMY Aviation.
(02DEC05) (RB)
CLC: Local Communications Center - ? 2345 ALE/USB
ALE to CRC2M, Regional Command Comm Mobile. Venezuelan Army.
(29NOV05) (RB)
CS003: Mkd-Mil 1528 ALE/USB clg RS0016 (22/dec/05) (sw)
RS0013: Mkd-Mil 1126 ALE/USB clg CS003 (06/jan/06) (sw)
R1M: LITHUANIAN MIL ?LOC 1418 MIL-STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng P1T twice (29/Dec)(DW)
R1M: Ltu-Mil 1447 ALE/USB clg P1T (03/jan/06) (sw)
: MFA Cairo, EGY 1608 USB/Codan 80 Bd Chirp+ Codan
16x75Bd QPSK modem, tfc to Egyptian Embassy Rome, QSX not
found (23Dec05) (LDO)
RUH985: Prob UH-60L 03-26985 1-228th AVN Btn 0136
ALE/USB ALE to SKYWAT, SKYWATCH, Army Flight Following
Service, Soto Cano, Honduras. SKYWATCH Net.
(30NOV05) (RB)
SKYWAT: SKYWATCH US Army South Flight Following Soto
Cano AB, Honduras 0131 ALE/USB ALE to RUH985, Prob UH-60L
03-26985 1-228th AVN Btn. SKYWATCH Net. (01DEC05) (RB)
no-call: MFA Cairo, EGY 1608 USB/Codan 80 Bd Chirp+
Codan 16x75Bd QPSK modem, tfc to Egyptian Embassy Rome, QSX
not found (23Dec05) (LDO)
FDG: FAF Bordeaux, F 1445 CW vvv-mkr. (12/May/2005)(DL8AAM)
:MFA Cairo EGY 1936 ARQ selcall TVVQ = EMB Khartoum,
short ARQ qso and over to CODAN (16Jan06) (PIRI)
:MFA Cairo EGY 2015 ARQ selcals TVVQ = EMB Khartoum
No QSQ (15Jan06) (PIRI)
MFA Cairo EGY 1936 ARQ selcall TVVQ = EMB Khartoem
short ARQ qso and over to CODAN (16jan06) (piri)
MFA Cairo EGY 2015 ARQ selcalls TVVQ = EMB Khartoum
No QSQ (15jan06) (piri)
QC31: 1708 ALE/USB "TO:UM32 TIS:QC31" (14/Jan/06) (AA)
QC31: 1712 ALE/USB "TO:QC35 TIS:QC31" (14/Jan/06) (AA)
QC31: Alg-Mil 2309 ALE/USB clg UM32 (08/jan/06) (sw)
XSS: Unid 0718 ALE/USB sounding (06/Jan/06) (AA)
XSS: Unid 1408 ALE/USB sounding every 15 min
(17Dec05) (KB)
XSS: UNID 1442 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Sounding
(24/Dec)(DW)
Angel: Arg Ny 2314 USB Radiogram to "Barril"
(13/12/05) (AJP)
: Unid 1459 AM MAZIELKA NOTE. Freq 8122.97.
(19/12/05) (BEF)
XSS: Unid 1445 ALE/USB sndg. (06/jan/06) (sw)
XSS: UNID 1509 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Sounding
(24/Dec)(DW)
XSS: Unid 1517 ALE/USB Sounding. (30Dec05) (RGA)
XSS: Unid 1526 ALE/USB sndg. (19/jan/06) (sw)
XXS: Unid 1430 ALE/USB sndg. (04/jan/06) (sw)
BJ22: Alg-Mil 1543 ALE/USB clg UM22 (22/dec/05) (sw)
RS004D: Mkd-Mil 1554 ALE/USB clg CS004 (22/dec/05) (sw)
RS006D: Mkd-Mil 1537 ALE/USB clg CS004 (22/dec/05) (sw)
UM22: Alg-Mil 2019 1617 ALE/USb clg BJ22 (20/dec/05) (sw)
AAA: UNID 1826 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Sounding
(25/Dec)(DW)
B99: Pol-Mil 1454 ALE/USB clg B20 (20/dec/05) (sw)
IMB33: Rome meteo I 16:40 F1C/120/576 , 700 hertz
shift ,surface wind analyse (17 Dec) (PPA)
IMB55: Rome Meteo 1306 FAX/120/576 wind/temp for
FL340? Unreadable; faulty scan or fsk encoding
(17Dec05) (KB)
IDR: IN ROME 1002 STANAG 4285 on usb. 600/L 5N1
ITA2. CARB, occ legend (14/Jan)(DW)
TWVP1: Spa-Pol Palencia 0951 ALE/USB clg TYBB2
(24/dec/05) (sw)
Pagina 72
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08156.4 ACA: UNID 1924 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Sounding
(26/Dec)(DW)
08162.0 035: Isr-Af 1306 ALE/USB clg 100 (12/jan/06) (sw)
08162.0 035: Isr-Af 1616 ALE/USB clg 082 (10/jan/06) (sw)
08162.0 082: Isr-Af 1616 ALE/USB clg 035 (10/jan/06) (sw)
08165
R1A: Rohde & Schwarz HQ Munich, D 1346 USB/MIL-STD
188-110B Appendix C, fox-tests to R2A, using STANAG 5066
with DRC protocol (22Dec05) (LDO)
08165
R2A: Rohde & Schwarz Berlin, D 1357 USB/MIL-STD
188-110B Appendix C, rcvng tfc from R1A, using STANAG 5066
with DRC protocol (22Dec05) (LDO)
08165.0 R1A: Rohde & Schwarz HQ Munich, D 1346 USB/MIL-STD
188-110B Appendix C, fox-tests to R2A, using STANAG 5066
with DRC protocol (22Dec05)(LDO)
08165.0 R2A: Rohde & Schwarz Berlin, D 1357 USB/MIL-STD
188-110B Appendix C, rcvng tfc from R1A using STANAG 5066
with DRC protocol (22Dec05)(LDO)
08171.5 MDANG: Poss HQ, Maryland Air National Guard,
Baltimore, Md. 0034 ALE/USB ALE test back to station. Also
noted on 9081.5. (02DEC05) (RB)
08171.5 T2Z238: 2/238th AVN REGT, Shelbyville, IN 1753
ALE/USB Sounding. 2/238th Army Avn Net. (02DEC05) (RB)
08184.5 R05426: Prob AH-64D Apache Longbow #03-5426 16475
ALE/USB ALE to T1Z82, 1/82nd Aviation Brigade, Fort Bragg,
NC. Army Aviation. (01DEC05) (RB)
08184.5 R05430: Prob AH-64D Apache Longbow #03-5430 1414
ALE/USB ALE to T82AVN, 82nd Aviation Brigade, Fort Bragg,
NC. At 1547, ALE to T1Z82 1/82nd Aviation Brigade, Fort
Bragg, NC. Army Aviation. (01DEC05) (RB)
08184.5 T1Z137: 1/137th Avn Bn (Assault), Ohio Nat'l Guard
1719 ALE/USB Sounding. Army Aviation. (01DEC05) (RB)
08184.5 T1Z82: 1/82nd Aviation Brigade, Fort Bragg, NC 2134
ALE/USB Sounding. Army Aviation. (30NOV05) (RB)
08191
REA4: AF HQ Moscow 1241 MORSE/--/1000 5FGs to
aircraft then 50 Baud reversals. (15Jan06) (RGA)
08192
9MR: MN Johor Baharu MLA 1623 RTTY/50 SVC msg to all
RMN ships at sea (13Jan06) (PIRI)
08192.0 9MR: MN Johor Baharu MLA 1623 RTTY 50bd SVC msg to
all RMN ships at sea (13jan06) (piri)
08225.0 Unid: Male voice 2250 (15Jan06) (MAL)
08264
: Unid 0445 CW 5 segment alpha-numeric groups.
(25Dec05) (BC)
08280
PNME5: Venezuelan Naval River Post Rio Meta 0324
ALE/LSB ALE to BRIFFRI5, Riverine Brigade Franz Risquez
Iribarren. Venezuelan Navy Net. (30NOV05) (RB)
08297.0 LAL: Ven-N 2346 ALE/LSB clg BRIFFRI5 Riverine
Brigade (10/jan/06) (sw)
08297.0 LMN: Ven-N 2348 ALE/LSB clg BRIFFRI5 Riverine Brigade
(10/jan/06) (sw)
08298.2 VTP: IN Vishakhapatnam IND 1616 RTTY 50bd sending 4
cipher group msgs later ry/sg (13jan06) (piri)
08298.2 VTP: IN Vishakhapatnam IND 1616 RTTY/50 sending 4
cipher group msgs later ry/sg (13Jan06) (PIRI)
08408.0 Unid: 2250 PSK 2400/3000 (15Jan06) (MAL)
08412
IDR/IGJ: Rome/Augusta Naval Radio RTTY/75/850 Calls
and legenda. (15Jan06) (RGA)
08414.5 003669998: (NMG) MRCC New Orleans USA 08:58
DSC/100/170 calling212932000 p3qy8 Atlantic power ,ship not
heard (8 Jan) (PPA)
08414.5 213145000: unid georgian ship 1332 GMDSS wkng
213156000 unid georgian ship for j3e qso on 08116.0
(07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 215811000: unid maltese ship 1214 GMDSS wkng Madrid
Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 215905000: unit maltese ship 1145 GMDSS wkng TAH
Istanbul Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 220296000: unid ship 1229 GMDSS wkng Lyngby Radio
for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
Pagina 73
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08414.5 319988000: unid Cayman Isl. reg ship 1240 GMDSS wkng
Lyngby Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 352557000: unid panamese ship 1153 GMDSS wkng Varna
Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 3EQJ7: panamese ship DOÂ¥A MARG 1210 GMDSS wgnk
Lyngby Radio with J3E and pos rep 56,56N/004,25E (07-jan-2006)
(MSM)
08414.5 3FBP8: panamese ship NYK CASTOR(http://tinyurl.com/9ctkd)
1416 GMDSS wkng british ship ZNWP5
(CEC PACIFIC) for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 3FJT9: panamese ship SANTA LUCIA 1246 GMDSS with
general call to all norwegian coast stations- for safety
purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 468310000: unid Syrian ship 09:38 DSC/100/170
Calling 002371000 SVO Olympia radio ,who answered to go QSY
to 4101 QSX 4393 for Radio telephone traffic
(8 Jan) (PPA)
08414.5 636011654: unid liberian ship 1142 GMDSS wkng
Rogaland Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 8PNN: Barbados reg. ship FEDERAL ST LAURENT
( http://tinyurl.com/7625v) 1733 GMDSS wkng Lyngby
Radio for safety purpose(07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 9VAH5:singaporese ship ACACIA 1140 GMDSS wkng
Lyngby Radio for routine comms(07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 9VFD: singaporese ship PACIFIC HARMONY
(http://tinyurl.com/7cmaw)1449 GMDSS wkng MRCC Australia
Charleville Wiluna for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 9VYR2: singaporese ship SICHEM DALI 1618 GMDSS wkng
Madrid Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 : Unid Vessel (MMSI 308243000) 2100 DSC Apparent
distress relay, but telecommand and checksum errors.
(27Dec05) (APB)
08414.5 : Unid Vessel (MMSI 308462000) 0221 DSC Relays
alleged undesignated distress message from Grenada
Carrier/C6LJ3 supposedly at 0443N 00912W. (18Dec05) (APB)
08414.5 : Unid Vessel (MMSI 357908000) 0155 DSC Relays
alleged distress message from Stella Nova/PHQW; fire and
explosion at 0118N 10338E. (19Dec05) (APB)
08414.5 : Unlisted Ship (MMSI 215605000) 1502 DSC Relays
apparent undesignated distress message from unlisted vessel
(MMSI 310279000) allegedly in distress at 3546N 01809E.
(12 Jan 06) (APB)
08414.5 : Unlisted Ship (MMSI 477076800) 0419 DSC Relays
apparent distress alegedly originating from OJDY/Finnish
Vessel Natura in unspecified distress at 5633N 00013W.
(10 Jan 06) (APB)
08414.5 BORN: shinese ship HUANG SHAN HAI
(http://tinyurl.com/8n587) 1228 GMDSS wkng Lyngby
Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 C6LL6: bahamese ship WARRIOR 1146 GMDSS wkng
Lyngby Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 CRXT: Madeira reg. ship ALCOA CHEMIST
(http://tinyurl.com/dwjro)1426 GMDSS wkng Lyngby Radio for
safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 DCDO2: german ship MAERSK DETROIT 1307 GMDSS wkng
Olympia Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 EIWK: irish ship ARKLOW VIEW(http://tinyurl.com/b3za9)1139
GMDSS wkng Lyngby Radio for
safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 EQUV: iranian ship IRAN NOUR 1422 GMDSS wkng
Capetown Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 H3MH: panamese ship MSC ANS(http://tinyurl.com/ctr5a) 1224
GMDSS wkng Lyngby Radio
for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 HOHD: SHIP PACIFIC JADE 1530 DSC 100/E/170 MMSI
352248000. Safety/Test RQ to Istanbul (14/Jan)(DW)
08414.5 HOWP: panamese ship DORIC SAMURAI 1607 GMDSS wkng
Madrid Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
Pagina 74
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08414.5 LACU5: norwegian ship TARGONA 1204 GMDSS wkng Lyngby
Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 LAEV6: norwegian ship KIWI AUCKLAND 1329 GMDSS wkng
Lyngby Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 LAIP5: norwegian ship BERGE ATLANTIC
(http://tinyurl.com/8d9to) 1238 GMDSS wkng Lyngby Radio for
safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 LARM4: norwegian ship HERAKLES 1239 wkng TAH
Istanbul Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 LARM4: SHIP HERAKLES 1529 DSC 100/E/170 MMSI
257994000. Safety/Test RQ to Istanbul (14/Jan)(DW)
08414.5 M/V Nord: 14.23 375319000 M/V Nord [ J8B2696 IMO
8603391 CARGO] test with 0021910000 Lyngby MRCC
12jan06 (RP1)
08414.5 MEEJ3: british ship MERSEY VIKING
(http://tinyurl.com/b8ems) 1406 GMDSS wkng Lyngby
Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 MZMS2: british ship CITY OF ROME 1222 GMDSS wkng
Lyngby Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 NMA: MRCC Miami/Norfolk USA 2118 DSC Relays apparent
undesignated distress message allegedly from Havila
Searcher/C6PX3 at 5805N 00106E. (16Jan06) (APB)
08414.5 NMG: MRCC New Orl‚ans/Norfolk 1925 DSC Relays
apparent undesignated distress message purportedly from
unidentified vessel (MMSI 227011030) at 2940N 04828E.
(22Dec05) (APB)
08414.5 NMO: MRCC Honolulu 1105 DSC Relays apparent
undesignated distress message purportedly from vessel
Anna/LAGU4 at 3431N 13836E. (23Dec05) (APB)
08414.5 OUJR2: ship ORAHOPE(http://tinyurl.com/8ym8c) 1402
GMDSS wkng Lyngby Radio for safety purpose
(07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 P3DS9: Cyprus reg. ship ESTHER SCHULTE
(http://tinyurl.com/bqq8c)1639GMDSS wkng Ho Chi Minh
Port Auth. for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 P3KG6: Cyprus reg. ship MARIGO(http://tinyurl.com/czt2m)
1233 GMDSS wkng Lyngby Radio for
safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 PJFJ: Netherlands Antilles reg ship SARA
(http://tinyurl.com/ddq7o) 1334 GMDSS wkng Lyngby Radio
for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 Rescue vessel VQDM5: 1404 235007809 Lifeboat
17-37 [ Rescue Vessel VQDM5] Test with 002191000 Lyngby
MRCC 12jan06 (RP1)
08414.5 SDHZ: swedeish ship FURE STAR
(http://tinyurl.com/dlejg)1157 GMDSS wkng Lyngby Radio for
safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 SVDR: greek ship CHRISTINA(http://tinyurl.com/crhut
??) 1240 GMDSS wkng Nicosia Radio for safety purpose
(07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 SVHN: greek ship ALKYON(http://tinyurl.com/dyjpp)
1420 GMDSS wkng Olympia Radio for safety purpose
(07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 SVUC: greek ship MERIBEL 1227 GMDSS wkng Lyngby
Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 TAH: Istanbul Radio 1129 GMDSS clng norwegian ship
LARM4 "HERAKLES" for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 TAH: MRCC Ankara 1736 GMDSS BQ safety test from unid
vessel (MMSI 271000772). ITU's ship database has ceased to
function - nothing decodes. (30Dec05) (RGA)
08414.5 TCAE2: turkish ship ISTANBUL B 1529 GMDSS wkng TAH
Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 TCGQ: turkish ship ESER KAPTANOGLU
(http://tinyurl.com/ahypu)1423 GMDSS wkng Tallinn Radio
for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 TCOD5: turkish ship ELGIZNUR (http://tinyurl.com/94uau) 1318
GMDSS wkng TAH Istanbul Radio
for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
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08414.5 TCTL: turkish ship TAYLAN KALKAVAN 1322 GMDSS wkng
TAH Istanbul Radio for J3E Telephone& pos rep 41.29N/16.14E
(07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 UDVC: russian ship GEORG OTS
(http://tinyurl.com/87jrm)1408 GMDSS wkng Lyngby Radio
for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 UEHN: russian ship ALEXANDRE 1302 GMDSS wkng Lyngby
Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 UGYV: russian ship GEORGII KONONOVITCH(reinforced
ice-class tanker)1448 GMDSS wkng Lyngby Radio for safety
purpose(07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 UHWQ: russian ship GALF TREIYDER 1154 GMDSS wkng TAH
Istanbul Radio for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 UIRU: russian ship SORMOVSKII(http://tinyurl.com/8ld9w) 3054
1200 GMDSS wkng Lyngby Radio
for safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 UROH: ukrainian ship GEORGIY AGAFONOV
(http://tinyurl.com/c7xze)1647 GMDSS wkng Lyngby Radio
for safety purpose(07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 V7HX3: Marshall Isl. reg ship SEA-LAND ENDURANCE
(http://tinyurl.com/c677j) 1311 GMDSS wkng Lyngby Radio for
safety purpose (07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 VRBA5: Lagia Breeze (PRC) 1443 DSC Relays apparent
undesignated distress message from Iiarella/9HON4 at 2223S
04143W. (12 Jan 06) (APB)
08414.5 VRZV4: chinese ship SEA BRILLIANCE 1740 GMDSS wkng
TAH Radio for safety purpose(07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08414.5 ZNWP5: britishi ship CEC PACIFIC
(http://tinyurl.com/cyt9w)1350 GMDSS wkng Olympia Radio for
safety purpose with qrg info 04101.0/04393.0
(07-jan-2006)(MSM)
08416.5 nmf: USCG Boston 1655 fec hydrolants (6Jan06) (wp3)
08418.0 IAR: ROME RADIO 1527 CW Chan free marker "IAR"
(14/Jan)(DW)
08418.0 IAR: Rome Radio I 2330 CW marker + arq (15Jan06) (MAL)
08419.0 TAH: Istanbul radio TKM 2312 CW marker + arq (15Jan06) (MAL)
08420.5 LZW: Varna radio BUL 2316 CW marker + arq (15Jan06) (MAL)
08421.5 LZW: VARNA RADIO 1543 CW Chan free marker "de LZW
LZW" (14/Jan)(DW)
08422.5 UDB2: Kholmsk radio RUS 08:32 Sitor-A/100/170 +
CW/A1A arq burst + cw identification (15 JAN) (PPA)
08424.0 SVO4: OLYMPIA RADIO 1545 CW Chan free marker "de
SVO" (14/Jan)(DW)
08425.5 XSG: Shanghai radio CHN 14:58 Sitor-A/100/170 +
CW/A1A arq burst + cw identification (15 JAN) (PPA)
08428.0 NMN: CAMSLANT PORTSMOUTH 1554 CW chan free marker
"NMN" (14/Jan)(DW)
08430.0 3756: Moscow Radio 1317 fec 0700-2000 msk qsw
12590,5/qsx (6Jan06) (wp3)
08430.0 RRR34: MOSCOW RADIO 1629 CW Chan free marker "3756"
(14/Jan)(DW)
08431
TAH: Istanbul Turk Radio TUR 2002 FEC Weather
forecast in E and TUR. (13Jan06) (PIRI)
08431.0 TAH: Istanbul Turk Radio TUR 2002 FEC Weather
forecast in E and TUR. (13jan06) (piri)
08431.5 uat: Moscow Radio 1202 fec cq de uat uat tfc list
06/01/06 14:55qtc nil= qsj cc 20.57 rub/min de uat nnnn (6Jan06) (wp3)
08434.0 TAH: ISTANBUL RADIO 1555 CW chan free marker "TAH"
(14/Jan)(DW)
08444
: Murmansk Meteo 1347 FAX 120/576/R sfc prognosis
//6328.5 but slightly clearer. End 1358 (14Jan06) (KB)
08444
: Murmansk Meteo 1446 FAX/120/576/R //6328.5 unid
chart. Ice condx near Murmansk? Caption not readable due to
low-pass effect in scanning or modulation, as usual
(26Dec05) (KB)
08446.0 ZSC: GW Cape Town 2115 Channel marker and traffic
dataplex (16Jan06) (MAL)
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08446.5 HEB28: GLN BERN 1631 CW Chan free marker. CW ID
every 3mins "CQ de HEB28". qsx 8333. Pactor-III at 1650z
(14/Jan)(DW)
08453.0 FUO: FN TOULON 1601 STANAG 4285 on usb. 300/L 5N2
ITA2. Marker "FAAA de FUO testing RYs SGs figs voyez vous le
brick int zbz nnnn" (14/Jan)(DW)
08454.0 UIW: KALININGRAD RADIO 1640 RTTY 50/R/170 End of
broadcast (?) "nil sk de UIW". Then markers RYs de UIW ans
12464.5" (14/Jan)(DW)
08462
9MR: MN Johor Baharu MLA 1630 RTTY/50 5 ltr group
msgs to var adressees (13Jan06) (PIRI)
08462.0 9MR: MN Johor Baharu MLA 1630 RTTY 50bd 5 ltr group
msgs to var adressees (13jan06) (piri)
08463
LINCS POACHER: E03 2225 USB Old woman with 5FGs.
(08Jan06) (RGA)
08463.2 RETJ?: Radio Naval Madrid? 1637
STANAG-4285/600/L/ITA2/5N1 Idling and short msgs
beginning with RYRYRYRY..... then encrypted.
(That's KG-84 - Team Logs) (05Jan06) (PIRI)
08463.2 RETJ?: RadioNaval Madrid? 2228 STANAG-4285/600L/5N1
with KG-84 encryption. Thanks piri. (08Jan06) (RGA)
08463.2 UNID: 1637 Stanag 4285 600/L/ITA2 5N1 Ideling and
shortmsgs Beginning with RYRYRYRY..... then encrypted.
(05jan06) (piri)
08468.0 8PO: GW Bridgetown BRB 2140 Channel marker and
traffic dataplex (16Jan06) (MAL)
08470.8 Unid: 2130 4-FSK 195 Bd 600 hz (16Jan06) (MAL)
08470.9 :UNID British mil? 2041 4-TONE/195.3/200 separation.
(16Jan06) (PIRI)
08470.9 UNID: British mil? 2041 4-tones 195.3bd tonesep.
200Hz (16jan06) (piri)
08473.0 TAH: ISTANBUL RADIO 1554 CW Chan free marker "TAH"
(14/Jan)(DW)
08478.5 FUF: FN FT DE FRANCE 0956 STANAG 4285 on usb. 300/L
ITA2 5N2 Marker "o FAAA de RFLIE znr uuuuu zui testing RYs
SGs nnnn". 2023z Accepting tfc from French w/ship "FG"
(16/Jan)(DW)
08480
HZY: Ras Tanurah Radio ARS 1643 CW CQ DE HZY NX
navwarning in E later tfc list (13Jan06) (PIRI)
08480.0 HZY: RAS TANNURAH RADIO 1640 CW Wx fcst followed by
Nav Wng then tfc list thru 1704z (13/Jan)(DW)
08480.0 HZY: RAS TANURAH RADIO 1643 CW Tfc list (14/Jan)(DW)
08480.0 HZY: Ras Tanurah Radio ARS 1643 MORSE CQ DE HZY NX
navwarning in E later tfc list (13jan06) (piri)
08484.5 HEB38: GLN BERN 1645 CW Chan free marker. CW ID
every 3 mins "CQ de HEB38". QSX 8335.5 (14/Jan)(DW)
08494.7 D: Cluster Beacon Odessa 2236 CW With C/Moscow on
8495 kHz. (15Dec05) (RGA)
08514.0 XSQ: Guangzhou Radio 2232 CW marker "DE WXJ + DE XSQ
K" (02-jan-2006)(MSM)
08540.0 Unid: 2150 PSK 2400/3000 (16Jan06) (MAL)
08551.5 CTP: NATO Lisbon POR 2014 RTTY 75bd "Due to
technical problems service unavailable ufn ar"
(13jan06) (piri)
08551.5 CTP: NATO Lisbon POR 2014 RTTY/75bd "Due to
technical problems service unavailable ufn ar"
(13Jan06) (PIRI)
08551.5 CTP: PN LISBON 1702 RTTY 75/N/850 Marker "NAWS de
CTP due to technical problems service unavailable ufn ar"
(14/Jan)(DW)
08568.0 FUV: FN DJIBOUTI 2032 STANAG 4285 on usb. 300/L ITA2
5N2. Marker (16/Jan)(DW)
08570.5 UWS3: KIEV RADIO 2030 CW Marker "cq de UWS3 qsw
3...." - qrm fm Stanag4285 (16/Jan)(DW)
08571
UWS3: Kiyev Radio UKR 2030 CW CQ DE UWS3 QSW
3890/6470/8571 and TFC list. (16Jan06) (PIRI)
08571.0 UWS3: Kiyev Radio UKR 2030 MORSE CQ DE UWS3 QSW
3890/6470/8571 and TFC list. (16jan06) (piri)
Pagina 77
WUN-v12
08582.0 Brazil Navy: B 2200 rtty 75/850 offair at 2215
(16Jan06) (MAL)
08584.5 SAP: XNet Node - MarineCom Malmoe, S 1131 PACTOR
idles and CW-id "cq de SAP www marinecom se".
(15/Dec/05)(DL8AAM)
08586
USO5: Izmail Radio, UKR 0736 RTTY 50/170 blind tfc
to ships until 0747, then into very fast CW (29Dec05) (KB)
08586.0 USO5: Ismail radio 2100 rtty 50/170 (10Ene06) (MAL)
08586.0 USO5: Izmail Radio, UKR 1100 CW clg-mkr to 4KI, into
QTC and RTTY, and back to CW for QTCs.
(16/Dec/2005)(DL8AAM)
08587.5 Unid: Japanese navy J 08:27 USB/Japanese PSK
telemetry link (8 Jan)(PPA)
08623
: CIS Military 1214 MS-5/4800/DPSK/USB Cipher.
(15Jan06) (RGA)
08632.6 No Call: unid 1255 Stanag-4285/600bps (19/JAN/06) (KK)
08634
VTG: IN Mumbai IND 2028 CW VVV VVV VVV VTG4/5/6/7
(16Jan06) (PIRI)
08634.0 VTG: IN MUMBAI 2040 CW Marker "vvv VTG 4/5/6/7" qrm fm Stanag4285 (14/Jan)(DW)
08634.0 VTG: IN Mumbai IND 2028 MORSE VVV VVV VVV
VTG4/5/6/7(16jan06) (piri)
08636
HLW: Seoul Radio KOR 2026 CW CQ DE HLW QSX 8 MHZ K
(16Jan06) (PIRI)
08636.0 HLW:Soul Radio KOR 2026 MORSE CQ DE HLW QSX 8 MHZ K
(16jan06) (piri)
08642.1 MGJ: RN FASLANE 2049 RTTY 75/N/340 CARB. Only
operational chan in 4 chan VFT (14/Jan)(DW)
08674
: Unid CIS Stn 1217 CW VVVVV QLK QLK. AS. Ä Ä 2245 Ä
64780 K. Ä Ä K. (15Jan06) (RGA)
08743.0 SVO: Olympia radio GRC 2230 voice marker, calls
channels 806, 1232, 1640, 2217 (16Jan06) (MAL)
08780.3 no call: Israeli navy ISR 05:41 USB / ISR navy psk
modem , no decode(30 DEC) (PPA)
08858.0 AA1: Isr-Af Ben Gurion 1531 ALE/USB sndg. Also noted
on 07957.0 (03/jan/06) (sw)
08858.0 AAA: Isr-Af Tel Aviv 1438 ALE/USB sndg. Also noted
on 03823.0 and 04507.0 (03/jan/06) (sw)
08858.0 AAA: Isr-Af Tel Aviv 1644 ALE/USB sndg. (10/jan/06) (sw)
08858.0 AAA: Israeli airforce Tel-Aviv ISR 17:06 USB/ALE
sounding (29 Dec)(PPA)
08858.0 BB3: Isr-Af Palmachin 1434 ALE/USB sndg. Also noted
on 04507.0 and 07957.0(03/jan/06) (sw)
08873.0 RDARA/AFI-4:
0142 USB Ndjamena, Chad. Air traffic
control. No selcall (02/01/06) (AJP)
08885.0 ZS-SNI: South African Airways A340-642 FLT SA0220
(http://tinyurl.com/a7rk3)2253 HFDL pos.rep. to MUHARRAQ,
LAT6 36 17S/LON7 0 22E (02-jan-2006)(MSM)
08894.0 5a-dkr: Libyan Gov. Il-62M(http://tinyurl.com/at8nt)
2238 USB/Voice wkng unid ATC(Jalina?) flt to Bomako?
(02-jan-2006)(MSM)
08894.0 Algerian ATC: ICAO 2250 algerian atc AF (16Jan06) (MAL)
08906
SANTA MARIA: Azores Stn on MWARA/NAT-A 1224 USB
Working US AIR 11 while VIRGIN 77 calls SHANWICK.
(15Jan06) (RGA)
08912
CM0301: COPA B737 2249 HFDL Logs on to Riverhead.
(05Jan06) (RGA)
08912
HP-1380: COPA B737-7V3 Flt CM0115 2308 HFDL Posn
report 0907N 08111W (over Carribean)
(05Jan06) (RGA)
08912
JOE: Rockwell-Collins, Cedar Rapids, IA. 2348
ALE/USB ALE to 712, USCG HC-130 1712. Found JOE listed
in an old SHARES callsign list after tip from my last
post. COTHEN Net. (30NOV05) (RB)
08912
N453UP: UPS B757 Flt UP0383 2248 HFDL Posn report
1050N 07951W (over Carribean) via Riverhead NY USA.
(05Jan06) (RGA)
08912.0 ARINC Riverhead:
HFDL
2257 14 Dec 05 (HS)
Pagina 78
WUN-v12
08912.0 WST: ALE
14 Dec 05
2340 (HS)
08927.0 AGANA: - GUAM 1346 hfdl tfc to ac 9w0122, csn311,
up0168 (14Jan06)(wp3)
08942
N29129: Continental B757 Flt CO0029 1411 HFDL Logs
on to Shannon. (31Dec05) (RGA)
08942
N453PA: Polar Air B747 1427 HFDL Logs on. (31Dec05) (RGA)
08942
VS0652: Virgin Atlantic Flt 1403 HFDL Posn report
4307N 00054E via Shannon. (31Dec05) (RGA)
08942
VS0901: Virgin Atlantic Flt 1405 HFDL Posn report
5548N 01347E. (31Dec05) (RGA)
08948
JY-AYD: Royal Jordanian A320 2031 HFDL Logs on to
Las Palmas. (04Jan06) (RGA)
08948
VP-BWH: Aeroflot A320 Flt SU0123 2027 HFDL Logs on
to ARINC Las Palmas. (04Jan06) (RGA)
08965
E31408: USAF E-3B Sentry Tail 71-1408 2151 ALE/USB
ALE to OFFNPR, Offutt NIPR. HF-GCS Scope Command
(01DEC05) (RB)
08965
OEQ: Unid 1326 ALE/USB Calls MVV. (19Jan06) (FC)
08965
PNR400: Panther 400, OPBAT Georgetown, Bahamas 2212
ALE/USB ALE to X93, US Army UH-60L Blackhawk 2/3rd AVN Tail
94-26593. PANTHER Net. (02DEC05) (RB)
08965.0 GAF517: unid GAF 1028 USB clg DHM91: GAF Muenster D.
for Time correction (10/JAN/06) (KK)
08972
RUH985: Prob UH-60L 03-26985 1-228th AVN Btn 0141
ALE/USB ALE to SKYWAT, SKYWATCH, Army Flight Following
Service, Soto Cano, Honduras. SKYWATCH Net.
(30NOV05) (RB)
08988
MKL: RN Northwood 1550 RTTY/75/850 Crypto (18/01/06) (RH2)
08988.0 MKL: RN Northwood 1550 rtty 75/850 Crypto (18/01/06) (RH2)
08992
ANDREWS: 32-char EAM 0103 USB XJZL26. (18 Jan 06) (JH)
08992
BRAGGART: 20-char? EAM 0055 USB XJGIN5 and
simulcasting same on at least 11175. At 0108z+/- BRAGGART
bcst a 32-character EAM (missed preamble but probably
XJZL26) and finished with the "Standing by for traffic"
statement. (18 Jan 06) (JH)
08992
BRAGGART: 32-char EAM 0120 USB and simulcasting same
on at least 11175 and unheard here on 4724 and 15016. H+20/h+50
activity. Probably TACAMO PAC. (18 Jan 06) (JH)
08992
READY MADE: Clg ANDREWS 0125 USB No response.
(18 Jan 06) (JH)
09025
200174: C-17A Globemaster 00-0174, 62nd AW 1936
ALE/USB Sounding. A/C named "Sprite of 911 - Let's Roll".
Also noted on 15043. HF-GCS Scope Command (29NOV05) (RB)
09025
244132: USAF C-17A Globemaster 04-4132 2152 ALE/USB
ALE to Andrews (ADW). Up as REACH 247 wkg Andrews for radio
check. HF-GCS Scope Command (29NOV05) (RB)
09025
523515: USAF KC-135A-BN Stratotanker #62-3515 2000
ALE/USB ALE to AED, Elmendorf AFB, AK. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(04DEC05) (RB)
09025
523515: USAF KC-135A-BN Stratotanker #62-3515 2001
ALE/USB ALE to GUA, HF-GCS Anderson AFB, Guam. HF-GCS Scope
Command. (04DEC05) (RB)
09025
523565: USAF KC135 Tail 62-3565 2031 ALE/USB ALE
test back to aircraft. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(04DEC05) (RB)
09025
571436: USAF KC-135R Stratotanker #57-1436 00332
ALE/USB test ALE back to aircraft. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(02DEC05) (RB)
09025
580020: USAF KC-135E Stratotanker #58-0020 2005
ALE/USB Sounding. Reportedly w/171st ARW, PA NG. Named "The
Veteran". HF-GCS Scope Command. (04DEC05) (RB)
09025
708: USCG HC-130H 1708, CGAS Kodiak 0456 ALE/USB
direct dial ComSta Kodiak, AK via MCC, McCllean HF-GCS.
(03DEC05) (RB)
09025
B03: Unid USAF E3-B 2104 ALE/USB direct dial Tinker
AFB. HF-GCS Scope Command. (29NOV05) (RB)
09025
CICLON80: Unid Mexican Military, "CYCLONE 80" 1316
ALE/USB ALE to CICLON (CYCLONE). Mexican Military.
Pagina 79
09025
09025
09025
09025
09025
09025
09025
09025
09041
09041.0
09043
09044.0
09049.8
09052
09053.9
09057
09057
09057
09057.0
09060
09067.7
09067.7
09070
09079.5
09079.5
09080
WUN-v12
(04DEC05) (RB)
E30004: USAF E3B #81-0004 1802 ALE/USB ALE to OFF,
HF-GCS Offutt AFB, NE. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(02DEC05) (RB)
F04: USCG HU25 2104, CGAS Miami 2017 ALE/USB ALE to
JNR, HF-GCS Salinas. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(29NOV05) (RB)
GUA: HF-GCS, Anderson AFB, Guam 1354 ALE/USB
Sounding. HF-GCS Scope Command. (29NOV05) (RB)
JDG: HF-GCS Diego Garcia 2303 ALE/USB ALE to HAW,
HF-GCS, Ascension Island. HF-GCS Scope Command
(01DEC05) (RB)
KWK96: Unid US Embassy/Consulate 2204 ALE/USB ALE to
KWK91, also unid. Car/S.Amer? AMD 01 AMD MESSAGE. Also noted
on 11226. (01DEC05) (RB)
NW1: NIGHTWATCH 1, E4B used as NAOC Airborne Command
Post 2325 ALE/USB ALE to OFF, HF-GCS Offutt AFB, NE. HF-GCS
Scope Command (01DEC05) (RB)
PLA: HF-GCS Lajes AB, Azores 1106 ALE/USB ALE to
HAW, HF-GCS Ascension Island. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(03DEC05) (RB)
PLA: US GHFS Station Lajes Azores 1320 ALE/USB
Sounding. (07Jan06) (RGA)
5YE: Nairobi Meteo KEN 2024 RTTY/100 RY Test.
(13Jan06) (PIRI)
5YE: Nairobi Meteo KEN 2024 RTTY 100bd RY Test.
(13jan06) (piri)
JFMQ: Unid CIS Stn 1414 CW JFMQ QRU? K. SLV K. BK
QRV K. R 89014 K. NIL SK. (18Dec05) (RGA)
T3Z126: US-Mil 3/126 Avn US Army (prob detached
Iraq) 2028 ALE/USB sndg. (17/jan/06) (sw)
: Unid 1054 RTTY/50/170 encrypted baudot. Pauses at
times after zzzzzzzz... (26Dec05) (KB)
CRC2M: Regional Comms Center, Mobile, 2nd Mil Reg.
03095 ALE/USB ALE to CLC25M, Local Comms Center 25th
Infantry Bde. Mobile.Venezuelan Army.
(30NOV05) (RB)
Unid: Russian PTT 0227 OQPSK baudRate=1280 Shift=
1000hz ? (22/12/05) (AJP)
244132: USAF C-17A Globemaster 04-4132 2151 ALE/USB
Sounding. USAF Discrete. (29NOV05) (RB)
: MFA Cairo, EGY 1547 USB/Codan 80 Bd Chirp+ Codan
16x75Bd QPSK modem, tfc to Egyptian Embassy Berlin
(29Dec05) (LDO)
AC2: Unidentified 2054 ALE/USB Sounding. AAC2 is
1099th Trans Co, Fort Eustis, Va, AC2 perhaps former Bayonne
Global at Fort Eustis? Also noted on 11250. USAF Discrete.
(29NOV05) (RB)
no-call: MFA Cairo, EGY 1547 USB/Codan 80 BdChirp+
Codan 16x75Bd QPSK modem, tfc to Egyptian Embassy Berlin
(29Dec05) (LDO)
NA6: Unid. Mexican Military 2300 ALE/USB ALE to ORO7
(GOLD-7). Mexican Military. (02DEC05) (RB)
:UNID EGY DIPLO EGY 1954 ARQ receiving mode shut off
with "Tmam hty oqfal shkra vfy ak aman alle bay bay bay"
(ATU 80 4th shift latin) (16Jan06) (PIRI)
UNID: EGY DIPLO EGY 1954 ARQ receiving mode shut off
with "Tmam hty oqfal shkra vfy ak aman alle bay bay bay"(ATU
80 4th shift latin) (16jan06) (piri)
050: Prob Saudi MOI/Military 1455 ALE/USB Sounding.
(18Jan06) (RGA)
RFQP: FF Jibouti 1544 arq-E3 100/400 Idling
(18/01/06) (RH2)
RFQP: FF Jibouti 1544 ARQ-E3/100/400 Idling
(18/01/06) (RH2)
U3H: French MIL attaché Moscow, F 0734 USB/S4285
FEC-bursts using THALES modem with 1200 bps/long
interleaving, tfc to MOD Paris, cct ID: "UCM"
Pagina 80
09080.0
09080.0
09081.5
09084.8
09106
09117
09118.7
09118.7
09120
09120
09121.5
09121.5
09122.5
09122.5
09145
09166
09166.0
09190.0
09198
09198
09200
09200.0
09200.0
09200.0
09200.0
09200.0
09232
WUN-v12
(23Dec05) (LDO)
TNS: Alg-Mfa Tunis 1942 ALE/USB clg MAE Algiers
(11/jan/06) (sw)
U3H: French MIL attach=E9 Moscow, F 0734 USB/S4285
FEC-bursts using THALES modem with 1200 bps/long
interleaving, tfc to MOD Paris, cct ID: "UCM"
(23Dec05) (LDO)
R05426: Prob AH-64D Apache Longbow #03-5426 2212
ALE/USB ALE to T1Z82, 1/82nd Aviation Brigade, Fort Bragg,
NC. Army Aviation. (01DEC05) (RB)
Unid: Airforce station Middle east 13:57 ARQE/46,1/170 idling,also ALE calls but no sync on that signal
(7 Jan) (PPA)
DRJ: Unidentified 2325 ALE/USB Sounding. SHARES ALE
Net, Ch. 5. (30NOV05) (RB)
BR1: Brazilian Army HQ, Brazilia 0031 ALE/USB ALE to
AM1, Brazilian Army, Amazonas. Brazilian Army Net.
(01DEC05) (RB)
:UNID EGY DIPLO EGY 2011 ARQ rx/tx ops tlks. Shut
off with bay bay bay and 01 thrane DK
(16Jan06) (PIRI)
UNID: EGY DIPLO EGY 2011 ARQ rx/tx ops tlks. Shut
off with bay bay bay and 01 thrane DK
(16jan06) (piri)
DJ02: 0841 ALE/USB "TO:UM03 TIS:DJ02" (14/Jan/06) (AA)
UM0: 0842 ALE/USB "TO:DJ02 TWS:UM0" (BER 10 SN 00)
(14/Jan/06) (AA)
RUH960: Prob UH-60L 02-26960 1-228th AVN Btn 2113
ALE/USB ALE to NARCO, unid unit. SKYWATCH Net.
(29NOV05) (RB)
WAROPS: 1/228th AVN REG OPS, Soto Cano AB, Honduras
2139 ALE/USB ALE to RUH955, UH60L 1/228th. SKYWATCH Net.
(29NOV05) (RB)
MVP1: Army Corps of Engineers, Mississippi Valley
Division Office, Pine Buff, AR 1350 ALE/USB Sounding.
(02DEC05) (RB)
TF131: Coy "F" 1/131st Aviation Reg, AL NG 1451
ALE/USB Birmingham, AL. Sounding. Also noted on 12129. Army
Aviation. (01DEC05) (RB)
814248: Unid, prob MH-60 1707 ALE/USB ALE to CLS,
Prob Sabre AAF, Fort Campbell, Ky. US ARMY Aviation.
(02DEC05) (RB)
: Swiss embassy Ankara, TUR 0803 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, crypto tfc to Bern,
network using ALE with linking protection
(29Dec05) (LDO)
no-call: Swiss embassy Ankara, TUR 0803 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, crypto tfc to Bern,
network using ALE with linking protection
(29Dec05) (LDO)
QUAKE: Unid 1608 ALE/USB sndg. (20/dec/05) (sw)
4P0: Unid, Chilean Navy 0306 ALE/USB ALE to CA2.
Chilean Navy Net. (01DEC05) (RB)
TAC: Chilean Navy, unid. 0019 ALE/USB ALE to FGT.
Chilean Navy Net. (01DEC05) (RB)
2202: 1541 ALE/USB sounding (15/Jan/06) (AA)
1116: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 1950 ALE/USB
sndg. (22/dec/05) (sw)
1317: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 1636 ALE/USB
sndg. (08/jan/06) (sw)
2201: Mrc Protection Civile Marocaine 2239 ALE/USB
sndg (18/jan/06) (sw)
2204: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 1645 ALE/USB
clg 2001 (07/jan/06) (sw)
2214: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 1636 ALE/USB
sndg. (08/jan/06) (sw)
SCLC251: Local Communications Center, 251st Inf.
2341 ALE/USB ALE to CLC25, Local Comms Center,
Pagina 81
WUN-v12
25th Inf Bde. Venezuelan Army, 2ID.
(30NOV05) (RB)
09260
2185: 0718 ALE/USB sounding (14/Jan/06) (AA)
09260
218: 0745 ALE/USB sounding (BER 9 SN 00) (14/Jan/06) (AA)
09260.0 2194: Unid 0005 ALE/USB sndg. (07/jan/06) (sw)
09263
: Unid CIS Stn 1228 QSY 64255 K. BK QSA1 QSY 64155
QSY 64155 K. QSA2 QRO? OK AS K. BK RPT QRS K. QRU? K. SLV
SLV. BK QRV K. BK RPT PBL K. R 284 1236 K. SLD SLD and gone.
(15Jan06) (RGA)
09295
SYRNY: New York National Guard, Syracuse, NY 1552
ALE/USB Sounding. (03DEC05) (RB)
09308
: Unid 0832 ALE/USB strong signals, but unable to
decode (14/Jan/06) (AA)
09331.0 #’s: [QTH ?] 0613z Dec 7, 2005 USB SS/YL 5f traffic
[SN]
09341
HET: UNID station, 0833 USB/MIL-STD 188-141A/R&S
2400Bd proprietary PSK waveform, traffic to "SVP"
(04Jan06) (LDO)
09341
SLV: UNID station, 1025 USB/MIL-STD 188-141A/R&S
2400Bd proprietary PSK waveform, traffic to "SVP"
(04Jan06) (LDO)
09341
SVP: UNID station (net-ctrl?), 0834 USB/MIL-STD
188-141A/R&S 2400Bd proprietary PSK waveform, traffic to
"HET" and later on to "VIN" & "SLV" (04Jan06) (LDO)
09341
VIN: UNID station, 0935 USB/MIL-STD 188-141A/R&S
2400Bd proprietary PSK waveform, traffic to "SVP"
(04Jan06) (LDO)
09341.0 HET: UNID station, 0833 USB/MIL-STD 188-141A/ R&S
2400Bd proprietary PSK waveform, traffic to "SVP"
(04Jan06) (LDO)
09341.0 SLV: UNID station, 1025 USB/MIL-STD 188-141A/ R&S
2400Bd proprietary PSK waveform, traffic to "SVP"
(04Jan06) (LDO)
09341.0 SVP: UNID station (net-ctrl?), 0834 USB/MILSTD188-141A/R&S 2400Bd proprietary PSK waveform, traffic
to "HET" and later on to "VIN" & "SLV"
(04Jan06) (LDO)
09341.0 VIN: UNID station, 0935 USB/MIL-STD 188-141A/ R&S
2400Bd proprietary PSK waveform, traffic to "SVP"
(04Jan06) (LDO)
09380
1F5G: Unid, Venezuelan Navy 1231 ALE/USB ALE to
T8R1.Venezuelan Navy. (01DEC05) (RB)
09459.0 ZKLF: Auckland NZL 15:20 F1C / 120 / 576 Tasman and
New Zealand MSL analyse (24 Dec) (PPA)
09497
RDSGC: Brazilian Flight Safety Station, Itabuna 0032
ALE/USB Brazil, sounding. Brazilian SIVAM Flight Safety
Net, Brazilian AF. (01DEC05) (RB)
09965
: UNID possibly North African network,0725
USB/DATRON TRANSCALL/TRANSADAPT selcaller, short Arabic
vx exchange after linking (30Dec05) (LDO)
09965.0 no-call: UNID possibly North African network 0725
USB/DATRON TRANSCALL/TRANSADAPT selcaller short Arabic vx
exchange after linking (30Dec05) (LDO)
10115.5 IGRT: Italian Navy Vessel 1609 J3E-USB OM sx II/EE
wkg DELPHIN (?) IDing as "GRT". 1705z wkg "MND" and Delphine
fr r/c. 02/Oct 0510z Delphine wkg HXP, 03-Oct-05 1636z wkg
VDH. (01/Oct/1005)(ALF)
10126 #’s: [QTH ?] 1402z Dec 2, 2005 USB SS/YL 5f traffic
[SN]
10158
ON8A: Unid 1433 CW Repeating ON8A. Ending AR.
(18Dec05) (RGA)
10177.7 : MFA Cairo EGY 2055 ARQ/FEC selcall RCVB to emb
Washington also calling with FEC. No qso
(09Jan06) (PIRI)
10177.7 MFA Cairo: EGY 2055 ARQ/FEC selcall RCVB to emb
Washington also calling with FEC. No qso
(09jan06) (piri)
10211
RNOUSL: Sonatrach Net Rhourde Nouss LR1 Pipeline
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10222
10222.0
10244.0
10275
10275.0
10275.0
10285
10285.0
10285.0
10285.0
10359.9
10360
10360.0
10360.0
10360.0
10390.0
10444
10444.0
10458.0
10458.0
10600
10609
10610.9
10610.9
10626.0
10683
10688
10688.0
10690
10740
10825.0
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1601 ALE/LSB (or USB) Sounding.
(18Jan06) (RGA)
RNOUSLR1: ALG Sonatrach, Rhourde Nouss LR1 pipeline
1319 ALE/USB SND (28Dec05) (MAL)
: MFA Cairo, EGY 1331 USB/Codan 80 Bd Chirp+ Codan
16x75Bd QPSK modem, tfc to New Delhi, QSX not found
(11Dec05) (LDO)
no-call: MFA Cairo, EGY 1331 USB/Codan 80 Bd Chirp+
Codan 16x75Bd QPSK modem, tfc to New Delhi, QSX not found
(11Dec05) (LDO)
HR: ALG Sonatrach, Hassi R'Mel 1013 ALE/USB SND
(28Dec05) (MAL)
TA7158: 7/158th AVN, Fort Hood, Tx. 1112 ALE/USB
Sounding. 7/158th Army Avn Net. (02DEC05) (RB)
OHT30P: ALG Sonatrach, Ohanet 1456 ALE/LSB SND
(28Dec05) (MAL)
RNOUSLR1: ALG Sonatrach, Rhourde Nouss LR1 pipeline
1232 ALE/USB SND (28Dec05) (MAL)
RABAT: French Diplo Comms Hub Rabat 1317 ALE/USB
Calls CER11/MAE Paris. (19Dec05) (RGA)
INAS30: ALG Sonatrach In Amenas 1015 ALE/LSB SND
(28Dec05) (MAL)
OHT30P: ALG Sonatrach, Ohanet 1036 ALE/LSB SND
(28Dec05) (MAL)
RNOUSLR1: ALG Sonatrach, Rhourde Nouss LR1 pipeline
1150 ALE/USB SND (28Dec05) (MAL)
XSS: US AIR FORCE 0859 ALE/USB Tfc with 000 and XGH
Freq 10539.96. (08/01/06) (BEF)
XSS: Unid 'XSS' Net 1539 ALE/USB Sounding. (18Jan06) (RGA)
XSS: Unid 1435 ALE/USB sndg. (06/jan/06) (sw)
XSS: UNID 1513 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Sounding
(24/Dec)(DW)
XSS: Unid 1517 ALE/USB sndg. (19/jan/06) (sw)
2528: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 1942 ALE/USB
clg 2527 (22/dec/05) (sw)
CICLON: Unid Mexican Military, "CYCLONE" 2235
ALE/USB ALE to CYRLON. Mexican Military.
(02DEC05) (RB)
Ciclon07: ALE
15 Dec 05
0254
Mexican Army
CICLON07 wkg CICLON (HS)
XSS: Unid 1447 ALE/USB sndg. (06/jan/06) (sw)
XXS: Unid 0948 ALE/USB sndg. (04/jan/06) (sw)
DT1: Unid Rockwell-Collins Net Station 0241 ALE/USB
Sounding. Rockwell-Collins Net. (29NOV05) (RB)
Moscow Meteo: 0354 FAX 120LPM (very weak)
18/DEC/2005 (IDS)
: Moscow Meteo 1336 FAX/120/576 Good pressure chart.
(31Dec05) (RGA)
: Moscow Meteo 1442 FAX/120/576 Very poor chart.
(18Dec05) (RGA)
RFFXL: UNIFIL Beirut LBN 13:00 ARQ-E / 184,6 / 400
receiving msg on XZL circuit from Paris on 13572,5
(27 Dec) (PPA)
PNR400: Panther 400, OPBAT Georgetown, Bahamas 1948
ALE/USB Sounding. PANTHER Net. (29NOV05) (RB)
01+72: French MIL net, F 1432 USB/SKYMASTER 8-FSK
ALE/SYSTEME 3000/2400Bd PSK ARQ-system, e-mail traffic
exchange between "01" and "72", network using TRC-3600
radios (29Dec05) (LDO)
01+72: French MIL net, F 1432 USB/SKYMASTER 8-FSK
ALE/SYSTEME 3000/2400Bd PSK ARQ-system, e-mail traffic
exchange between "01" and "72", network using TRC-3600
radios (29Dec05) (LDO)
: Unid 1348 CW Dot every 2 seconds. (31Dec05) (RGA)
OPS171: US Army 1-171 AVN BN, Ft Dobbins, Ga 1959
ALE/USB ALE to R26610, Sikorsky UH-60L Blackhawk Tail
95-26610. Army Aviation. (01DEC05) (RB)
RABAT: Fra-Mfa Rabat Mrc 1403 ALE/USB clg CER11
Pagina 83
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10962.0
11010.0
11025.0
11030
11033.0
11034.7
11086.5
11090
11090.0
11112.0
11130.0
11145
11155.0
11175
11175
11175
11175
11175
11175
11175
11175
11175
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Paris Fra (20/dec/05) (sw)
TSULTAN: PN Tippu Sultan F-186 Pakistan Navy 0010
ALE/USB TO NRS Naval Radio Station Karachi.
(12Jan06) (PIRI)
TSULTAN: PN Tippu Sultan F186 PAK 0010 ALE TO NRS
Naval Radio Station? (12jan06) (piri)
ZLO: RNZN Irirangi NZL 12:07 USB / BR6028 / 7
channels F1B 75 bd170 hz encrypted and time interleaved
(24 Dec) (PPA)
RKV23: presumed PTT Tyumen RUS (HOKA frequency list)
07:34 RUS-ARQ/ 100 / 500 tfc with RGE31 QSX 12770
(28 Dec) (PPA)
VMC: Australia 2040 FAX/120/576 WX chart. Fair to
good quality. (16Dec05) (EE)
unid: Ukrainian military 12:24 ITA2 / 50 / 500e
encryptedending with zzzzz nr1546 zamryga 14:24 2 adresa
(24 Dec) (PPA)
Egyptian MFA: 2227 Sitor-A 5LG offair at 2233
(12/12/05) (AJP)
GYA: RN Northwood 0325 FAX 120LPM (very weak)
18/DEC/2005 (IDS)
KVM70: Honolulu Met 0636 FAX/120/576 Nice satellite
pic (19/01/07) (RH2)
KVM70: Honolulu Met 0636 fax 120/576 Nice satellite
pic (19/01/07)(RH2)
Unid:
1252 CRY-2001 low signal (24/12/05) (AJP)
[email protected]: Moroccan army MRC 10:22 USB / ALE calling
GLOBAL (30 DEC)(PPA)
LFI: Globe Wireless Rogaland Norway 1356 GLOBEDATA
Idle signal. (31Dec05) (RGA)
RIT: CISN Severomorsk RUS 08:00 CW / A1A calling
RJP58 for QSA check (28 Dec) (PPA)
ANDREWS: 152-char EAM Bcast 1432 USB FEU2TI.
(16 Dec 05) (JH)
ANDREWS: Clg CROUGHTON 1629 USB Apparently keying
all sites. Calling CROUGHTON and asking them to stand by,
and then calling SPIRIT 13 and asking them to stand by.
ANDREWS then bcst a 6-character YR... EAM. At 1632z ANDREWS
with an all freq bcst to ETHYL 99 requesting ETHYL 99 to
meet SPIRIT 13 on 11175, and then into a listenting watch
bcst. At 1634z ANDREWS worked SPIRIT 13 (unheard to very
weak here). (16 Dec 05) (JH)
BAREBACK: Clg MAINSAIL 1657 USB Raised MCCLELLAN for
a radio check and gone. (13 Jan 06) (JH)
BROW BEAT: Wkg MCCLELLAN 2144 USB Phone patch
regarding GEP coordination and gone. At termination BROW
BEAT suddenly gained in strength to fair/good levels.
(16 Jan 06) (JH)
DEECEE 98: Wkg ANDREWS 1800 USB Phone patch to a
commercial telephone number. (12 Jan 06) (JH)
DILIGENT(?): Wkg ANDREWS DILIGENT unheard here.
Phone patch to a common DSN 271 number for some order wire
coordination and gone. (04 Jan 06) (JH)
DIXIE 02: Clg MAINSAIL 2131 USB Raises unknown HFGCS
station; [weak/unreadable and always id'd as MAINSAIL by
02], requesting "latest EAM traffic." The HFGCS station
replied with something (unheard) and DIXIE 02 responded with
what sounded like "Do I understand message is unaddressed?"
After a brief unheard response DIXIE 02 out and gone.
(19 Jan 06) (JH)
ETHYL 11: Wkg MCCLELLAN 2321 USB (ETHYL 11 unheard
here) For current message traffic. MCCLELLAN advised there
was no current message traffic but a few moments later
MCCLELLAN passed preamble 24AY6N to ETHYL 11 and gone.
(14 Jan 06) (JH)
ETHYL 41: Wkg OFFUTT 1902 USB ETHYL 41 unheard here.
Asked for current message traffic. Told there was none by
OFFUTT and gone. (Numerous 7Y... strings between 1700z and
Pagina 84
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1800z.) ETHYL 41 was followed by unknown station (unheard
here and no id given by OFFUTT) passing OPS NORMAL to OFFUTT
and quiet. (11 Jan 06) (JH)
11175
GOPHER 01: Wkg MCCLELLAN 1655 USG For a signal check
and gone. (13 Jan 06) (JH)
11175
GOPHER 02: Wkg MCCLELLAN 1624 USB For a signal check
and gone. (13 Jan 06) (JH)
11175
HEADLINER: Wkg OFFUTT 1817 USB For a phone patch to
an unknown party (OFFUTT at good levels but no ground party
chatter heard) and gone. (23 Dec 05) (JH)
11175
HUMPHRIES: Clg MAINSAIL 1757 USB Raised ANDREWS for
a phone patch to a common DSN 939 number (id'd as COUPLING)
for a brief patch and gone at 1808z. (11 Jan 06) (JH)
11175
JG006: Clg ANDREWS 1627 USB Requests phone patch to
Ramstein CP. Andrews can't hear a/c. Offutt comes in to
help. JGO06 can't hear phone patch so Offutt relays. A/C is
25 mikes out and provides other admin traffic.
(27Dec05) (JG)
11175
LEGISLATE: Wkg MCCLELLAN 1605 USB Phone patch to
KING CRAB (GEP controller alias) for some orderwire
(orderwire BRAVO) coordination and gone.
(27 Dec 05) (JH)
11175
MOON CALL: Wkg Puerto Rico 0024 USB Phone patch for
orderwire coordination and gone. (06 Jan 06) (JH)
11175
OFFUTT: Wkg "5291" 1911 USB Saying "5291", with the
other party unheard. (16 Dec 05) (JH)
11175
OFFUTT: Wkg IRONWOOD 1913 USB IRONWOOD unheard to
maybe very weak/unreadable here) and acknowledged "291" and
quiet. 291 is a MYSTIC STAR designator... (16 Dec 05) (JH)
11175
ORANGEADE(?): 28-char EAM Bcast 1333 USB 24AAYW
simulcast on at least 11175 and 15016 with nothing heard on
4724. (13 Jan 06) (JH)
11175
OVERFLOW: 28-char EAM 1609 USB (Missed preamble)
preceded ANDREWS' HFGCS bcst of same at 2211z. At 2211z
OVERFLOW bcst another 28-character EAM (7YMIQV) slightly
preceding ANDREWS' HFGCS bcst of same. At 2219z OVERFLOW
(weak/fair) bcsting a 48-character EAM (FETYAU) preceding
ANDREWS' 2222z HFGCS bcst of same. (11 Jan 06) (JH)
11175
PAT 94: Clg MAINSAIL 1536 USB Gave location as "west
of Rapid City (South Dakota)) calling MAINSAIL and raising
MCCLELLAN (fair/good) for quick radio check and gone.
(13 Jan 06) (JH)
11175
PNR400: US DEA Georgetown Bahamas 1230 ALE/USB
Sounding. (19Dec05) (RGA)
11175
PORTABLE: Wkg maybe PUERTO RICO 2310 USB Requesting
a working freq for HF data, 4-tone. Eventually moved to
11220. (15Jan06) (JH)
11175
SNOOP 34: Wkg PUERTO RICO 2146 USB Working PUERTO
RICO and then ANDREWS for a phone patch to a 271 DSN number
(SNOOP OPS) to inquire about a report that SNOOP 34 "had
left part of their plane behind" and was told it was
probably not part of a RC 135, and gone.
(03 Dec 06) (JH)
11175
SYNDROME: Clg MAINSAIL 2024 USB Raised MCCLELLAN for
a signal check and gone. (03 Jan 06) (JH)
11175
TOPCAT 03: Clg MAINSAIL 2011 USB Raises LAJES and
requesting current traffic. LAJES became "2 by" to 03 and
was handed off to PUERTO RICO (weak/readable here). PUERTO
RICO asked if he wanted the preamble, was told yes, and
passed 7YM??V (muffled) and gone. (29 Dec 05) (JH)
11175
TROUT 91: Wkg MCCLELLAN 2107 USB Requested current
traffic. Told there was none and gone. (13 Jan 06) (JH)
11175
TROUT99: Wkg MCLELLAN 2143 USB TROUT99 unheard here.
(03 Jan 06) (JH)
11175
VAMPIRE 15: Wkg ANDREWS 1725 USB Initially id'd as
DARK 15 but corrected himself) "in Kansas" working ANDREWS
(weak) for a phone patch to a DSN 461 number (DYESS DSN)
id'd as PHOENIX OPS to pass along corrected TOT (1730 to
Pagina 85
11175.0
11175.0
11181
11181
11181
11181
11184
11184
11184
11184.0
11217.0
11220
11226
11226
11226
11226
11226
11226
11240
11240
11240
11240.0
11240.0
11240.0
11253
11312
WUN-v12
1735) and gone. After terminating with ANDREWS,
VAMPIRE 15 worked unknown party on 11175.0 and sent
him to "1 9 0 2 8 HOTEL FOX." Nothing heard on
19028.0 here. (12 Jan 06) (JH)
AFA: USAF Andrews USA 08:05 EAM msg (28 Dec) (PPA)
USAF Sigonella: 1544Z 29th Dec: 11175 USB: USAF
Sigonella working "Juliet Mike 29" for a PP. Earlier the
same op was calling using Keflavik callsign.29dec05 (D)
JNRSPR: US SIPRNet Station Puerto Rico 1233 ALE/USB
Sounding 11181 and 6715 kHz. (07Jan06) (RGA)
OFFSPR: US SIPRNet Stn Offutt AFB NE USA 1429
ALE/USB sounding (07/Jan/06) (AA)
PLASPR: US GHFS Stn Lajes Azores 1457 ALE/USB
Sounding. (09Jan06) (RGA)
PLASPR: US SIPRNet Stn Lajes Azores 1224 ALE/USB
Sounding. Also heard 6715 kHz. (19Dec05) (RGA)
G-VFOX: Virgin Atlantic A340 'Silver Lady' 1328 HFDL
Logs on. (30Dec05) (RGA)
G-VGAS: Virgin Atlantic A340 'Varga Girl' 1321 Flt
VS0021 HFDL Posn report 5207N 00357W via Reykjavik.
(30Dec05) (RGA)
N66057: Continental B767 Flt CO0047 1330 HFDL Acks
TAFOR sent via Reykjavik: WWS F EIDW BIKF CYJT CO0047
301300Z ** TAF FOR FLIGHT CO0047 EIDW 301000Z 301812
23017KT 9999 FEW020 TEMPO 2301 24020G30KT 5000 SHRA SCT010
BKN018CB BECMG 00022. (30Dec05) (RGA)
REYKJAVICK: 1238 hfdl tfc to ac SU0121 (14Jan06) (wp3)
KNY70: US SHARES 1248 USB ALE snd (19/JAN/06) (KK)
PORTABLE: Wkg ANDREWS 2321 USB With attempted data
transmissions. (15Jan06) (JH)
100452: USAF C-5 Galaxy, Tail 70-0452 2047 ALE/USB
Sounding. Also noted on 13215. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(02DEC05) (RB)
244132: USAF C-17A Globemaster 04-4132 2159 ALE/USB
direct dial AMDCCCCPMCFNNNN via Andrews. HF-GCS Scope
Command. (29NOV05) (RB)
571473: USAF KC-135R Stratotanker #57-1473 2217
ALE/USB Sounding.
HF-GCS Scope Command.
(02DEC05) (RB)
59001474: USAF KC135 Tail 59-1474 2211 ALE/USB ALE
to MCC, McClellan HF-GCS, Calif. Prob Ground maint. test.
HF-GCS Scope Command. (29NOV05) (RB)
B03: Unid USAF E3-B Sentry 2055 ALE/USB ALE to OFF,
HF-GCS Offutt AFB, NE. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(29NOV05) (RB)
PLA: US GHFS Stn Lajes Azores 1226 ALE/USB Sounds.
(19Dec05) (RGA)
NCS: UNID Danish MIL station, DNK? 1008 USB/MIL-STD
188-110B Appendix C, data tfc to "US1" and "US2" after
calling "MAIN" (05Jan06) (LDO)
US1: UNID Danish MIL station, DNK? 1022 USB/MIL-STD
188-110B Appendix C, data tfc to "NCS" after responding to
collective callsign "MAIN" (05Jan06) (LDO)
US2: UNID Danish MIL station, DNK? 1009 USB/MIL-STD
188-110B Appendix C, data tfc to "NCS" after responding to
collective callsign "MAIN" (05Jan06) (LDO)
NCS: UNID Danish MIL station, DNK? 1008 USB/MIL-STD
188-110B Appendix C, data tfc to "US1" and "US2" after
calling "MAIN" (05Jan06) (LDO)
US1: UNID Danish MIL station, DNK? 1022 USB/MIL-STD
188-110B Appendix C, data tfc to "NCS"after responding to
collective callsign "MAIN" (05Jan06) (LDO)
US2: UNID Danish MIL station, DNK? 1009 USB/MIL-STD
188-110B Appendix C, data tfc to "NCS" after responding to
collective callsign "MAIN" (05Jan06) (LDO)
MVU: RAF Volmet 0327 Wx w/ YL 18/DEC/2005 (IDS)
7T-VJY: Air Algérie A330 Flt AH8199 1424 HFDL Logs
on. (30Dec05) (RGA)
Pagina 86
11312
11312
11312
11318
11318
11318
11318
11318
11318
11318
11318
11318
11318
11318
11318
11318
11318
11318
11318
11318
11318
11318
11318
11318
11318
11387.0
11387.0
11407.9
11407.9
11427.5
11427.5
11427.5
11427.5
11430.0
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A6-ERI: Emirates A340 Flt EK0088 1353 HFDL Posn
report 4728N 00833E via Muharraq. (30Dec05) (RGA)
SU-GCI: EgyptAir A330 Flt MS0792 1455 HFDL Posn
report 4040N 01312E via Muharraq. (30Dec05) (RGA)
VT-JWA: Jet Airways India A340 Flt 9W0122 1350 HFDL
Posn report 4855N 02908E via Muharraq. (30Dec05) (RGA)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0054 uplink message to VP-BWK
(Aeroflot)09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0103 uplink message to VP-BWG
(Aeroflot)09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0128 uplink message to N453PA
(Polar Air Cargo)09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0142 uplink message to N602FE
(Federal Express)09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0145 uplink message to ZS-SND
(South AfricanAirways) 09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0238 uplink message to CN-RNY
(Royal Air Maroc)09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0306 uplink message to G-VGAS
(Virgin AtlanticAirways) 09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0309 uplink message to VP-BDK
(Aeroflot)09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0313 uplink message to N68160
(ContinentalAirlines): 29 REILS OTS. COA RAMP PROCEDURES IN
EFFECT.09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0349 uplink message to N362FE
(Federal Express)09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0400 uplink message to ZS-SFH
(South AfricanAirways) 09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0416 uplink message to N322UP
(United ParcelService) 09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0418 uplink message to N583NW
(NorthweastAirlines) 09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0422 uplink message to OH-LBV
(Finnair)09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0424 uplink message to ZS-SJM
(South AfricanAirways) 09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0428 uplink message to ZS-SFG
(South AfricanAirways) 09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0441 uplink message to A7-CJB
(Qatar Airways)09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0443 uplink message to N361FE
(Federal Express)09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0448 uplink message to N587FE
(Federal Express)09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0453 uplink message to ZS-SFJ
(South AfricanAirways) 09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
ARINC-13: Santa Cruz 0456 uplink message to N592NW
(NorthweastAirlines) 09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
N76054: Continental Airlines 0120 downlink message:
0EH013059VSH09/DEC/2005 (IDS)
Australian Volmet: AUS 12:35 USB / J3E English Metar
observations Sydney,Brisbane (24 Dec) (PPA)
Mumbai Volmet: USB 1155 UTC 12 JAN - Mumbai Radio
VOLMET -13jan06 (J1)
Unid:
1257 Piccolo 6 tones Prob Royal Australian
Navy ? (24/12/05) (AJP)
unid: unid British military 08:15 Piccolo 6 / 20 /
120 encrypted tfc weak signal (28 Dec) (PPA)
MAE: MFA Algiers ALG 09:57 USB/ALE answer to Rabat
(29 Dec) (PPA)
RBT: ALG emb. Rabat MRC 1135 ALE/USB clng to MAE
(28Dec05) (MAL)
RBT: Alg-Mfa Rabat Mrc 1613 ALE/USB clg MAE Algiers
(09/jan/06) (sw)
RBT: Algerian embassy Rabat MRC 09:57 USB/ALE
calling MAE Algiers(29 Dec) (PPA)
CENTR2: Rom. MfA 0900 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg PHG:
Pagina 87
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11438.5
11443.5
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11475
11475
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11475.0
11475.0
11475.0
11475.0
11475.0
11475.0
11475.0
11475.0
11490.0
11490.0
11494
11495.0
11500
11500
11500
11500
11500.0
11500.0
11514.0
11514.9
12061.5
12170
12170
12170.0
12170.0
12170.0
12171.0
12242.0
12251.0
12390
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Rom. Emb. SUI? (10/JAN/06) (KK)
CNDT: Algerian custom Algiers ALG 11:31 Pactor1 /
100 / 200 French msg on LAB cct to IILA (27 Dec) (PPA)
unid: North Korean embassy 12:38 DPRK-ARQ / 600 /
600 no decode(24 Dec) (PPA)
unid: North Korean embassy 12:40 DPRK-ARQ / 600 /
600 no decode(24 Dec) (PPA)
MAE: MFA Algiers,ALG 1556 ALE/USB to NKT Nouakchott
(21/12/05) (ZE)
MAE: MFA Algiers,ALG 1608 ALE/USB to RBT
Rabat(21/12/05) (ZE)
RBT: ALG emb Rabat,TUN 1609 ALE/USB to MAE Algiers
(21/12/05) (ZE)
055: Unid 1554 ALE/USB sndg. (20/dec/05) (sw)
MAE: Alg-Mfa Algiers 1308 ALE/USB clg TNS Tunis
also noted on 11427.5 (20/dec/05) (sw)
MAE: Alg-Mfa Algiers 0939 ALE/USB TNS Tunis
(04/jan/06) (sw)
MAE: Alg-Mfa Algiers 0944 ALE/USB RBT Rabat Mrc
(04/jan/06) (sw)
MAE: Alg-Mfa Algiers 1335 ALE/USB clg BKO Bamako MLI
(11/jan/06) (sw)
MAE: Alg-Mfa Algiers 1431 ALE/USB clg TNS Tunis
(12/jan/06) (sw)
RBT: Alg-Mfa Rabat Mrc 1528 ALE/USB clg MAE Algiers
(29/dec/05) (sw)
RBT: Algerian embassy Rabat MRC 14:44 USB / ALE to
MAE this is RBT(26 Dec) (PPA)
TNS: Alg-Mfa Tunis Tun 1516 ALE/USB clg MAE1
(20/dec/05) (sw)
0000210001: unid Greek station GRC 09:12 USB / ALE
calling 0000210302 (25 Dec) (PPA)
0000210504: Grc-Moi 1535 ALE/USB sndg. (10/jan/06) (sw)
X93: US Army UH-60L Blackhawk 2/3rd AVN Tail
94-26593 2208 ALE/USB ALE to OPB, OPBAT/PANTHER. COTHEN
SCAN 5. (02DEC05) (RB)
0000001270: Tur-Net? 1603 ALE/USB sndg. (03/jan/06) (sw)
2010: 1103 ALE/USB "TO:4016 TIS:2010" (14/Jan/06) (AA)
2010: 1116 ALE/USB "TO:2013 TIS:2010" (14/Jan/06) (AA)
2016: 1101 ALE/USB "TO:2010 TWS:2016" (14/Jan/06) (AA)
2016: 1102 ALE/USB "TO:3010 TIS:2016" (14/Jan/06) (AA)
1020: Tur-Net? 1500 ALE/USB clg 4014 (08/jan/06) (sw)
unid: Bulgarian diplo 11:53 Bulgarian 8 FSK / 240,1
/ 7*240 in IRS and ISS mode (27 Dec) (PPA)
RAF Mount Pleasant: 1306 Piccolo 6 tones . VFT. Idle
at 520 Hz. Traffic at 920 Hz 20 Bd (24/12/05) (AJP)
unid: unid British military 09:51 VFT / Piccolo 6 /
20 / 120encrypted tfc with operator channel on 11514.4 on
standby (28 Dec) (PPA)
OPS171: US Army 1-171 AVN BN, Ft Dobbins, Ga 2000
ALE/USB Sounding. Army Aviation. (02DEC05) (RB)
AMMAN: French Diplo Amman, JOR 1039 ALE/USB clg
CER42 Paris (27Dec05) (KB)
AMMAN: French Diplo Comms Hub Amman 1329 ALE/USB
Calls CER42/Quai d'Orsay. (18Jan06) (RGA)
AMMAN: French embassy Amman JOR 10:39 USB / ALE
answering call from MFA Paris (27 Dec) (PPA)
cer42: MFA Paris 0840 ale clg AMM Amman (5Jan06) (wp3)
CER42: MFA Paris F 10:23 USB / ALE calling AMMAN
(27 Dec) (PPA)
lwj3: unid 0826 cw tlgg tlgg tlgg de lwj3 lwj3 lwj3
k (5Jan06)(wp3)
LSD836: Argentina R 1310 USB. QSX:13089 Phonepatches
(24/12/05) (AJP)
unid: 0859 reversals 50/994 (5Jan06) (wp3)
GYA: FWOC Northwood 1303 FAX/120/576 FAX schedule.
Excellent until 1312 when signal suddenly drops into noise
(28Dec05) (KB)
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12493.0 ubht: rus ship 1105 arq tfc to rlk7 (5Jan06) (wp3)
12579
NRV: USCG Apra Harbour Guam 1524 FEC Wx for NW
Pacific (18/01/06) (RH2)
12579.0 nmn: USCG Portsmouth, VA 1630 fec NNNN ZCZC FA70
[email protected]/=83 //=?-..EGENADMIN/NGA NAVSAFETY BETHESDA MD//
(6Jan06) (wp3)
12579.0 nrv: USCG Apra Harbour 1545 fec (6Jan06) (wp3)
12579.0 NRV: USCG Apra Harbour, Guam 1524 fec Wx for NW
Pacific (18/01/06)(RH2)
12585.0 NRV: USCG Guam 1343 CW Channel free marker and CW ID
(24/12/05) (AJP)
12586.0 udk2: Murmansk Radio 1303 fec blind tfc to ship UAJY
(4Jan06) (wp3)
12586.0 udk2: Murmansk Radio 1303 fec FEC MESSAGE FROM UDK
16:02:540601-06=:=38+ (6Jan06) (wp3)
12586.0 udk2: Murmansk Radio 1337 fec murmansk 199 m-0149
antares [email protected] iwanowi4u= sergej dnem rovdeniq
rovdestwom zdorowxq blagopolu4iquda4nogo
(6Jan06) (wp3)
12590.5 3756: Moscow Radio 1230 fec CQ CQ CQ DE 3756
0700-2000 MSK (6Jan06) (wp3)
12590.5 3756: Moscow Radio 1530 fec /QSX 8390,0 (6Jan06) (wp3)
12590.5 rrr34: Moscow Radio 1406 cw/marker
"3756" in cw
(4Jan06) (wp3)
12592.5 NMN: USCG Portsmouth USA 13:00 Sitor-A/100/170 CW
identification +ARQ burst (17 Dec) (PPA)
12594.5 A9M: Bahrain 1426z Dec 19, 2005 with CW ID [SN]
12594.5 a9m: Hamala Radio 1412 cw/marker de a9m tlx
mcmcmc
(4Jan06) (wp3)
12596.0 rlk7: Archangelsk Radio 1105 arq tfc to ship ubht
qsx 12493,0 (not12493,5) (5Jan06) (wp3)
12599.5 uat: Moscow Radio 1202 fec tfc list (6Jan06) (wp3)
12603.5 SVO: Athens, Greece 1438z Nov 25, 2005 with CW ID [SN]
12603.5 svo: Olympia Radio 1413 cw/marker de svo (4Jan06) (wp3)
12606.0 uiw: Kaliningrad Radio 1318 cw/marker de uiw kld
(4Jan06) (wp3)
12617.0 unid: GW-Station 1430 gw-pactor-marker to weak to
analyse (4Jan06)(wp3)
12629.0 tah: Istanbul Radio 1436 marker/cw (4Jan06) (wp3)
12654 TAH: Ankara, Turkey 1441z Nov 25, 2005 with CW ID [SN]
12654.0 tah: Istanbul Radio 1442 marker/cw (4Jan06) (wp3)
12680.4 8PO: Bridgetown radio BRB 11:00 GW-Pactor / 100 /
200 channel free marker (Hex ident E3)
(28 Dec) (PPA)
12704.5 JFX: Kagoshima Ken Fisheries 0130 CW Hand key; msgs.
(17Jan05) (AB3)
12709.0 a9m: Hamala Radio 1446 gw-pactor-marker (4Jan06) (wp3)
12735
URL: SevastopolRadio Ukraine 1505 CW Service
bulletin. (18Dec05) (RGA)
12770.0 RGE31: unid station RUS 07:36 RUS-ARQ / 100 / 500
working RKV23 QSX11025.0 (28 Dec) (PPA)
12799.5 UFZ: Sitor-B 12 Dec 05
0114UFZ, Vladivostok,
Russia with weather in RR, then to CW "UFZ" in Sitor-A
sync marker at 0119 12dec05 (HS)
12823.5 CTP: Portuguese Navy Palhais/Oeiras 1450 RTTY/75/850
Still having technical problems. (18Dec05) (RGA)
12857.0 6WW: FN Dakar SEN 1641 RTTY 75BD FAAA DE 6WW TESTING
RY/SG 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 VOYEZ VOUS LE BRICK GEANT....
(20Jan06) (piri)
12873.6 FN La Regine: 1407 Stanag 4285 600L ACF=0 (24/12/05) (AJP)
12877.5 UIW: Kaliningrad radio RUS 10:39 ITA2 / 50 / 170e
third shift Cyrrilic msgs ,spurious on 12881.4 and
12869.7 (28 Dec) (PPA)
12889.5 NOJ: Kodiak, Alaska 0027z July 13, 2005 CW with “CQ
DE” marker [SN]
12916
HLF: Seoul Radio 0148 CW marker 18/DEC/2005 (IDS)
12923
HLW2: Seoul Radio 0147 CW marker 18/DEC/2005 (IDS)
12930.6 No Call: prb Fr. Navy 1038 USB/Stanag-4285/ 600bps
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13378.0
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13452.0
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/L./I. "...../******..oUUUUUUUU($.~LeOx.
(16/JAN/06) (KK)
RETJ: SN Madrid? E 1644 STANAG 4285 600/L/ITA2/5N1
KG84 MSGS and long idle periods (20Jan06 (piri)
HLG: Seoul Radio 0141 CW marker 18/DEC/2005 (IDS)
Australian Mil: AUS 1144 Mil Std 188-110 Serial
modem (15/12/05) (AJP)
KSM: 0138 CW marker: "vvv vvv cq de ksm ksm ksm qsx
6/12..."18/DEC/2005 (IDS)
KSM: San Francisco, California 0023z July 13, 2005
CW with "CQ DE QSX" marker [SN]
VCS: Halifax radio CAN 13:21 GW-Pactor / 100 / 200
channel free marker ,hex ident 4E (24 Dec) (PPA)
fuv: FN Djibouti 1449 stanag4285/300L/5n2 VZCZC.
.OO FAAA .DE FU V . (3Jan06) (wp3)
VIE: Darwin radio AUS 13:25 GW-Pactor / 100 / 200
channel freemarker ,hex ident C9 (24 Dec) (PPA)
ERMSAL: Brazilian Navy, 2nd Naval District, Bahia
2109 ALE/USB ALE to FTEROI, Brazilian warship Niteroi
(F-40), frigate. Brazilian Navy Net. (04DEC05) (RB)
450030: USAF KC-10, Tail 85-0030 2136 ALE/USB ALE to
ADW, Andrews HF-GCS. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(02DEC05) (RB)
523506: USAF KC-135A-BN Stratotanker #62-3506 2025
ALE/USB Sounding. HF-GCS Scope Command. (03DEC05) (RB)
571473: USAF KC-135R Stratotanker #57-1473 2217
ALE/USB Sounding. HF-GCS Scope Command. (02DEC05) (RB)
G23487: Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk 80-23487 2200
ALE/USB ALE to AASF2SLN, Army Aviation Support Facility,
Salina, Kansas, Kansas NG. Army Aviation. (01DEC05) (RB)
HAW: HF-GCS, Ascension Island 1912 ALE/USB ALE to
IKF, HF-GCS Keflavik, Iceland. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(03DEC05) (RB)
ICZ: US GHFS Stn Sigonella Italy 1509 Sounds on
13215 and 11226. IKF/Keflavik sounds on 4721 kHz.
(09Jan06) (RGA)
JNR: HF-GCS Salinas, PR 0326 ALE/USB ALE to OFF,
HF-GCS Offutt AFB, NE. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(03DEC05) (RB)
SKA: USCG AirSta Sitka? SKA is TISCOM ID 2300
ALE/USB Sounding. Also noted on 15043. HF-GCS Scope
Command. (29NOV05) (RB)
ADW: USAF Andrews USA 14:01 USB / ALE sounding
(24 Dec) (PPA)
JDG: NSF Diego Garcia DGA 13:44 USB / ALE sounding
(24 Dec) (PPA)
KNY70A: US NCS Herndon VA (?) 1315 ALE/USB Sounding.
(18Jan06) (RGA)
MCCNPR: NIPR Net, McClellan AFB, Ca 2313 ALE/USB ALE
to OFF, Offutt HF-GCS. (30NOV05) (RB)
HS-TNC: Thai International A340 Flt THA941 1253 HFDL
Posn report 4538N 00843E via Las Palmas.
(30Dec05) (RGA)
CANARIAS: 1207 hfdl tfc to ac AY2607 (14Jan06) (wp3)
AUCKLAND: 1037 hfdl rather weak, tfc to ac MU2105
(14Jan06) (wp3)
055: Unid 1215 ALE/USB sndg. (21/dec/05) (sw)
: Swiss embassy Stockholm, S 0938 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, crypto tfc to Bern,
ALE with linking protection (25Dec05) (LDO)
no-call: Swiss embassy Stockholm, S 0938 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone crypto tfc to Bern,
ALE with linking protection (25Dec05) (LDO)
: Swiss Diplo Net 1305 ALE/USB Regular linkprotected soundings. (30Dec05) (RGA)
: Swiss embassy Sofia, BUL 1104 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, crypto e-mail tfc.
to Bern, network using ALE with linking protection
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13510.0
13550.5
13879
13879.0
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13886.3
13907
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13951
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13956.5
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WUN-v12
(28Dec05) (LDO)
no-call: Swiss embassy Sofia, BUL 1104 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, crypto e-mail tfc.
to Bern, network using ALE with linking protection
(28Dec05) (LDO)
RNZN: 1101 BR6028 (7 FSK at 75/170) (22/12/05) (AJP)
: Romanian emb. Tripolis, LBY 1010 USB/MIL-STD
188-110A serial tone modem, wkng. MFA Bucharest
(28Dec05) (LDO)
CENTR6: MFA Bucharest, ROU 1010 USB/MIL-STD 188-110A
serial tone modem, working Tripolis (28Dec05) (LDO)
CENTR6: MFA Bucharest, ROU 1010 USB/MIL-STD188-110A
serial tone modem, working Tripolis (28Dec05) (LDO)
no-call: Romanian emb. Tripolis, LBY 1010 USB/MILSTD 188-110A serial tone modem, wkng. MFABucharest
(28Dec05) (LDO)
: Danish emb. Moscow, RUS 1213 SITOR-A at 400Hz
shift, op chat to MFA (30Dec05) (LDO)
: MFA Copenhagen, DNK 1213 SITOR-A at 400Hz shift,
op chat to Moscow (30Dec05) (LDO)
no-call: Danish emb. Moscow, RUS 1213 SITOR-A at
400Hz shift, op chat to MFA (30Dec05) (LDO)
no-call: MFA Copenhagen, DNK 1213 SITOR-A at400Hz
shift, op chat to Moscow (30Dec05) (LDO)
101: Protection Civile Marocaine 1252 ALE/USB Calls
1117. (30Dec05) (RGA)
CFH: CN Halifax CAN 1338 RTTY/75 metar msgs.
(13Jan06) (PIRI)
CFH: CF Halifax CAN 12:43 ITA2 / 75 / 850r TAF
reports from Canadian meteo stations
(27 Dec) (PPA)
CFH: CN Halifax CAN 1338 RTTY 75bd metar msgs.
(13jan06) (piri)
ZKLF: Wellington Meteo 0932 FAX/120/576 sfc/sea
state. Same chart as on 5807 at 0901 and similarly noisy
(26Dec05) (KB)
: Dep. of State Comms Moscow, RUS 0836
MFSK-32/CROWD36 40Bd, offline 5FG crypto to unloc.
embassy on link #00028 (28Dec05) (LDO)
no-call: Dep. of State Comms Moscow, RUS 0836
MFSK-32/CROWD36 40Bd, offline 5FG crypto to unloc.
embassy on link #00028 (28Dec05) (LDO)
: Moscow Meteo 0630 FAX/120/576 Nice chart
(19/01/06) (RH2)
Unid: Moscow Meteo 0630 fax 120/576 Nice chart
(19/01/06) (RH2)
CS8: COTHEN Remote, Albuquerque, NM 2221 ALE/USB
Sounding. COTHEN Net. (04DEC05) (RB)
: MFA Bern, SUI 0807 USB/MIL-STD 188-141B/MIL-STD
188-110A serial tone, crypto e-mail tfc. to Algiers, net
using ALE + linking protection (30Dec05) (LDO)
: Swiss embassy Algiers, ALG 0807 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, crypto tfc to
Bern, net using ALE with linking protection
(30Dec05) (LDO)
no-call: MFA Bern, SUI 0807 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, crypto
e-mail tfc.to Algiers, net using ALE + linking
protection (30Dec05) (LDO)
no-call: Swiss embassy Algiers, ALG 0807
USB/MIL-STD 188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone,
crypto tfc to Bern, net using ALE with linking
protection (30Dec05) (LDO)
Unid: tunesian mil/diplo 1405 fec 7AG7AG BS QSA
QRK 555 (6Jan06)(wp3)
XLD: MFA or MOD Rabat, MRC 1144 SITOR-B 100Bd/170Hz,
op chat in FF to 7MS (30Dec05) (LDO)
IRONWOOD(?): Wkg Unid 1916 USB Someone saying
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WUN-v12
IRONWOOD (suspected IRONWOOD acknowledging a call) and
seemed to be in comm with another party (unheard) but other
than a word or two nothing heard on freq except for strong
het. (16 Dec 05) (JH)
: Unid 1003 ARQE-3/200/400 RC=8 cont. Betas Prob.
French mil. (13Jan06) (PIRI)
Unid: 1003 ARQE-3 200Baud 400Hz shift RC=8 cont.
Beta's Prob. French mil. (13jan06) (piri)
: Unid 0811 MFSK/4-TONE/62.5 Hz/62.5 Bd. Possible
this is Olivia mode? (10-01-2006) (IB)
"Yosemite 68": QTH? 1653z Nov 2, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
[?] "ASPEN GOLD": Texas: 1608z Oct 19, 2005 USB with
net check in [SN]
AAA3USA: Maryland 1645z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
AAR-LL: Tennessee 1634z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
AAR0HK: Washington 1630z Nov 2, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
AAR0NM: Idaho 1648z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net checkin [SN]
AAR0ZC: Oregon 1656z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net checkin [SN]
AAR1DD: West Hampton, Ct.1543 z Oct 19, 2005 USB
with net check in [SN]
AAR1FP: Massachusetts 1644z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
AAR3LW: West Virginia 1552z Dec 7, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
AAR3MC: West Virginia 1616z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
AAR3ML: West Virginia 1616z Oct 19, 2005 USB with
net check in [SN]
AAR4IL: Tenessee 1614z Nov 23, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
AAR4IY: [QTH ?] 1540 z Jan 4, 2006 USB with net
check in [SN]
AAR4LL: Tennessee 1634z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
AAR6DY Arkansas 1626z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
AAR7AL: Northern Mississippi 1726z Sep 2, 2005 USB
calling for emergency traffic during Hurricane Katrina [SN]
AAR7FI: Iowa 1713z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
AAR7PF: Iowa 1705z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
AAT-ES: Florida 1658z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
AAT3MA: West Virginia 1712z Nov 2, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
AAT5AP: Minnesota 1649z Dec 7, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
AAT6FG: Texas 1634z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net checkin [SN]
AAT7DQ: Kansas 1629z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net checkin [SN]
AAT7YS: Iowa 1609z Nov 23, 2005 USB with net checkin [SN]
AAV2AS: New York 1554z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
AAV4AR: Georgia 1554z Dec 7, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
AAV5QS: Alabama 1617z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
ABM5SA: Hawaii 1659z Nov 2, 2005 USB with net checkin [SN]
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14396.5 ABM6USA: Hawaii 1647z Nov 9,2005 USB with net checkin [SN]
14396.5 AC3HY: [QTH?] 1548Z Jan 4, 2006 USB with net checkin [SN]
14396.5 AFA1LE: Pennsylvania 1613z Dec 7, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 AFA1PJ: QTH? 1614z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 AFA1SX: Florida 1617z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 AFA2BO:North Carolina 1620z Oct 19, 2005 USB with
net check in [SN]
14396.5 AFA2BS: North Carolina 1619z Oct 19, 2005 USB with
net check in [SN]
14396.5 AFA2DT:Puerto Rico 1708z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
14396.5 AFA2ED: Alabama 1725z Nov 30, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
14396.5 AFA2GF: Florida 1602z Dec 7, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 AFA2LK: [QTH?] 1606z Dec 7, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 AFA2LQ: Florida 1621z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
14396.5 AFA2MH: Georgia 1622z Dec 7, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 AFA3AR: Wisconsin 1548z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
14396.5 AFA3HY:Shawnee, Ks 1546z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
14396.5 AFA4BC: Texas 1615z Nov 23, 2005 USB with net checkin [SN]
14396.5 AFA4BP: [QTH ?]1646Z Dec 7, 2005 USB with net checkin [SN]
14396.5 AFA4BR: Houston, Texas 1524z Oct 19, 2005 USB wkg
KAN 38 [SN]
14396.5 AFA4CU: QTH? 1704z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 AFA4JQ:[QTH?] 1630z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net checkin [SN]
14396.5 HILLCAP 49: West Virginia 1612z Dec 7, 2005 USB with
net check-in [SN]
14396.5 K0Q 900: Orlando, Florida 1609z Oct 19, 2005 USB
with net check in [SN]
14396.5 KAN 38: Missouri EOC 1527z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
14396.5 KDM 52: Tennessee 1716z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
14396.5 KFD 905: Washington, DC 1616z Oct 19, 2005 USB with
net check in [SN]
14396.5 KFD 913: QTH? 1557z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 KGD 24: [QTH ?] 1626z Dec 7, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 KGD 34: Arlington, Virginia 1543z Nov 2, 2005
working AFA3HS Nov 2, 2005 [SN]
14396.5 KHA 908: Moffitt Field, California 1553z Oct 19,
2005 USB with net check in [SN]
14396.5 KHA 925: Texas 1717z Nov 30, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 KLB 48: Indiana 1617z Nov 2, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 KNR 33: QTH? 1558z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 KNY 70: Herndon, Virginia 1617z Oct 19, 2005 USB
with net check in [SN]
14396.5 KNY 77 Washington, DC 1631z Oct 19, 2005 USB with
net check in [SN]
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14396.5 KNY 80:Fort Wayne, Indiana 1638z Oct 19, 2005 USB
with net check in [SN]
14396.5 KNY 82 Kansas 1630z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 KNY 83: QTH? 1553z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 KNY 86: San Diego, California 1712z Nov 30, 2005 USB
with net check-in [SN]
14396.5 KNY 91: QTH? 1615z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 KNY 95: Alaska 1650z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 KNZ 20: Atlanta, Georgia 1635z Nov 2, 2005 USB with
net check-in [SN]
14396.5 NC0 031: QTH? 1557z Oct 19, 2005 calling for checkins [SN]
14396.5 NCS 010: Nashville, Tenessee 1625z Oct 19, 2005 USB
with net check in [SN]
14396.5 NCS 015: Virginia 1615z Dec 7, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 NCS 019: Kansas 1628z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 NCS 021: Alaska 1646z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 NCS 31: QTH? 1719z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0BE:Florida 1657z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0BMV: South Dakota 1655z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0BQD: Florida 1622z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0CNH: QTH? 1615z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0EIA: QTH? 1549z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0EPY: Michigan 1637z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0EYT: Texas, 1615z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0GGA: Wisconsin 1548z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0GGD: QTH? 1548z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0HEU: Missouri 1630z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0HSI: Alabama 1601z Dec 7, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0HSP: South Texas 1639z Nov 2, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0JGE: [QTH ?] 1553z Jan 4, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0JGV: QTH? 1539z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0KEF: [QTH ?] 1723z Nov 30, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0OHR: Indiana 1621z Nov 2, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0QLW: Washington 1718z Nov 2, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0RGP: Puerto Rico 1558z Dec 7, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0SYH: Florida 1716z Nov 2, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0TFH: QTH? 1550z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0VEY: Alabama 1641z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
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WUN-v12
14396.5 NNN0VGY: Alabama 1641z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 NNN0WAS: [QTH?] 1617z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 Tennessee CAP 48: Memphis, Tennessee 1633z Nov 9,
2005 USB with net check-in [SN]
14396.5 Texas CAP 324: Texas 1634z Nov 9, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 WDY 948: [QTH ?] 1642z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
14396.5 WGY 904: Georgia 1614z Nov 2, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 WGY 908: Colorado 1641z Nov 2, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 WGY 911: Massachusetts 1609z Dec 7, 2005 USB with
net check-in [SN]
14396.5 WGY 918: [QTH?] 1555z Nov 2, 2005 USB with net
check-in [SN]
14396.5 WGY 925: Wisconsin 1644z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
14396.5 WGY 9416: QTH? 1705z Nov 2, 2005 USB with net checkin [SN]
14396.5 WGY 946: Louisiana 1702z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
14396.5 WGY 948: [QTH ?] 1642z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
14396.5 WGY 9937: Michigan 1659z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net
check in [SN]
14396.5 WNJN 897: Connecticut 1615z Oct 19, 2005 USB with
net check in [SN]
14396.5 WNYW 275: West Virginia 1614z Dec 7, 2005 USB with
net check-in [SN]
14396.5 WTY 908: [QTH ?] 1641z Nov 2, 2005 with net check-in
[SN]
14396.5 WWJ 40: QTH? 1602z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 WWJ 850: QTH? 1601z Oct 19, 2005 USB with net check
in [SN]
14396.5 “GEORGIA CAP 43”: Georgia 1708z Nov 9, 2005 USB with
net check-in [SN]
14422
055: 1255 ALE/USB sounding for 20 seconds, ends with
TRP calling MAE (14/Jan/06) (AA)
14422
586: Unid 0912 ALE/USB sounding (07/Jan/06) (AA)
14422
MAE: MAE Algiers 0908 ALE/USB calling TRP/Tripoli
Embassy. (07/Jan/06) (AA)
14422
TRP: 1252 ALE/USB "TO:MAE TIS:TRP" (14/Jan/06) (AA)
14422.0 055: Unid 1251 ALE/USB sndg. QSO in Italian
followed. (20/dec/05) (sw)
14422.0 MAE: Alg-Mfa Algiers 1220 ALE/USB clg RBT Rabat Mrc
(21/dec/05) (sw)
14422.0 MAE: MFA ALGIERS 1003 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Clng RBT. Also 1107z. 1602 clng TRP (09/Jan)(DW)
14443
SPF219: 1258 ALE/USB "TO:LCR154 TIS:SPF219"
(14/Jan/06) (AA)
14455 NNN0BCI: [QTH ?] 1659z Dec 7, 2005 USB with net checkin [SN]
14455.0 NNN0BCI: QTH? 1659z Dec 7, 2005 with net check in [SN]
14467.3 DDH8: Hamburg Meteo D 1438 RTTY 50 calltape and RY
(28dec05) (piri)
14467.3 DDH8: Hamburg Meteo D 1438 RTTY/50/450 calltape and
RY (28Dec05) (PIRI)
14510.0 XSS: Unid 1435 ALE/USB sndg. (06/jan/06) (sw)
14510.0 XSS: Unid 1523 ALE/USB sndg. (19/jan/06) (sw)
14521.7 : MFA Cairo, EGY 1420 ARQ/FEC selcalling TVXQ. In
FEC QSY 10056 and Shut off. (27dec05) (PIRI)
14521.7 MFA Cairo, EGY 1420 ARQ/FEC selcalling TVXQ. In FEC
QSY 10056 and Shut off. (27dec05) (piri)
14556
RIW: Navy Moscow 0900 CW 5FGs (27Dec05) (KB)
Pagina 95
WUN-v12
14568.5 ACA: UNID 1533 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Sounding. Also 1619 1734 1750 1805 2006
(25/Dec)(DW)
14568.5 ACB: UNID 1700 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Sounding
(25/Dec)(DW)
14572
5705: Unid 1323 ALE/USB sounding (06/Jan/06) (AA)
14664
: CIS Navrad 1554 36-50/50/230 Crypto (18/01/06) (RH2)
14664.0 Unid: CIS Navrad 1554 36-50 50/230 Crypto (18/01/06) (RH2)
14670.7 : Unid F? 1455 ARQ-E3/192/400 RC=8 ACF-56 Beta/idle
(28Dec05) (PIRI)
14670.7 RFTJD: FF Libreville GAB 13:10 ARQ-E3 / 100 / 400
idle (25 Dec)(PPA)
14670.7 Unid F? 1455 TDM342 1 Channel 192 baud 400Hz RC=8
ACF-56 Beta/idle(28dec05) (piri)
14684.0 SZI1: CIS MIL? 0758 CW ".... de SZI1 qrr3 qrj3 k"
(18/Jan)(DW)
14684.7 ---: MFA CAIRO 0945 arq 100/E/170 Tfc in AA(ATU80).
Tfc in 5 fig/lt grps. Offair the brief selcals XB..
(embassy) then into irs mode (17/Jan)(DW)
14684.7 : MFA CAIRO EGY 1020 ARQ/FEC selcalls XBVY EGYEMB
Londen also with fec No qso (13Jan06) (PIRI)
14684.7 MFA CAIRO: EGY 1020 arq/fec selcalls XBVY EGYEMB
Londen also with fec No qso (13jan06) (piri)
14689
D02: Unid 1150 ALE/USB calling T02 (07/Jan/06) (AA)
14689
M02: Unid 1310 ALE/USB sounding (07/Jan/06) (AA)
14728.0 ZSC: Global wireless Capetown AFS 16:15 GW-Pactor
/100/200 channelfree marker ,short opening 10 minutes later
faded out (17 Dec) (PPA)
14730
Cherry Ripe: E4 0110 USB Also good copy on 18865
kHz. (09Jan05) (AB3)
14740
1204: Egyptian Border Guard 1507 ALE/USB sounding
(06/Jan/06) (AA)
14740
NCS015: Prob US NCS 1256 ALE/USB Sounding. (18Jan06) (RGA)
14776
FC6: 1405 ALE/USB sounding (15/Jan/06) (AA)
14776
FC8FEM: 1446 ALE/USB sounding (15/Jan/06) (AA)
14780
: Central Comm. Station of the Russian Railways
Ministry Moscow, RUS 0716 RTTY/50/500 transmitting
several railway related tlgs in 3rd shift cyr. to Baku,
each message ending with "MOSKWA CSS MPS" [CSS MPS =
Central Comms Sta. of the Rus. Railw. Min.]
(LDO) (28Dec05)
14780.0 no-call: Central Comm. Station of the Russian
Railways Ministry Moscow, RUS 0716 ITA2/50Bd/500Hz
transmitting several railway related tlgs in 3rd shift
cyr. to Baku, each message ending with "MOSKWA CSS MPS"
[CSS MPS = Central Comms Sta. of the Rus. Railw. Min.]
(LDO) (28Dec05)
14799.9 UK Mil CYP: 1939 4 MFSK -294/-98/98/294 (17/12/05) (AJP)
14827
: Dep. of State Comms Moscow, RUS 0730
MFSK-32/CROWD36 40Bd, offline crypto to unlocated
embassy on link #00041 (30Dec05) (LDO)
14827.0 no-call: Dep. of State Comms Moscow, RUS
0730MFSK-32/CROWD36 40Bd, offline crypto to unlocated
embassy on link #00041 (30Dec05) (LDO)
14930
CER: MFA Paris 1457 ALE/USB "TO:AMMAN TIS:CER" Wkg
AMMAN Comms Hub (06/Jan/06) (AA)
14932.9 unid: station 13:06 4FSK / 195.3 / 3*197 three
frequencies active today also on 14779.9 and 19843.9
(25 Dec) (PPA)
14987.0 Unid:
0101 CW 5FG (02/01/06) (AJP)
15016
LANDFALL: 28-char EAM 1757 USB XJIB7X preceding
ANDREWS 1801z bcst of same) and simulcasting same on
4724, 8992 and 11175. (17 Jan 06) (KH)
15016
PARASITE: EAM Bcasts 1703 USB Two 28-character
GQNC4U and GQWJPZ and simulcasting same on at least 11175
and 8992 with nothing heard on 4724.
(16 Dec 05) (JH)
15043
572598: USAF KC-135R Stratotanker #57-2598 1603
Pagina 96
15043
15043
15043
15043
15043
15043
15043
15043
15043
15043
15043
15091
15304
15720
15720.0
15737.5
15737.5
15867
15867
15872
15872.0
15907.2
15907.2
15920.0
WUN-v12
ALE/USB test ALE back to aircraft. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(02DEC05) (RB)
580130: USAF KC-135 Tail 58-0130 1740 ALE/USB ALE
to MPA, HF-GCS Port Stanley, Falkland Islands. HF-GCS
Scope Command (01DEC05) (RB)
591476: USAF KC-135R Stratotanker #59-1476 1955
ALE/USB Sounding. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(02DEC05) (RB)
E31604: USAF E-3B Sentry Tail 76-1604 1839 ALE/USB
ALE to OFF, F-GCS Offutt AFB, NE. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(01DEC05) (RB)
HAW: HF-GCS, Ascension Island 1910 ALE/USB ALE to
PLA, HF-GCS, Lajes AB, Azores. HF-GCS Scope Command
(03DEC05) (RB)
ICZ: HF-GCS Sigonella,Sicily, Italy 1521 ALE/USB HFGCS NAS Keflavik, Iceland. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(29NOV05) (RB)
IKF: HF-GCS NAS Keflavik, Iceland 1521 ALE/USB ALE
to ICZ, HF-GCS Sigonella,Sicily, Italy. HF-GCS Scope
Command. (29NOV05) (RB)
IKF: US GHFS Stn Keflavik Iceland 1228 ALE/USB
Sounds 15043 and 18003 kHz.(30Dec05) (RGA)
JDG: US GHFS Stn Diego Garcia 1221 ALE/USB sounding
(05/Jan/06) (AA)
PLA: HF-GCS Lajes AB, Azores 1910 ALE/USB ALE to
HAW, HF-GCS Ascension Island. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(03DEC05) (RB)
PLA: US GHFS Station Lajes Azores 1514 ALE/USB
Sounds 15043 18003 11226 and 6721 kHz.
(09Jan06) (RGA)
SKA: USCG AirSta Sitka? TISCOM ID 2142 ALE/USB
Sounding. HF-GCS Scope Command. (01DEC05) (RB)
IKFSPR: US SIPRNet Stn Keflavik 1256 ALE/USB
sounding 15091 and 11181 kHz. (07/Jan/06) (AA)
CHR: TRENTON MILITARY 1457 USB WX AIR "TRENTON
MILITARY OUT". (20/12/05) (BEF)
RS1: Brazil mil Rio Grande B 1044 ALE/USB long call
to PR1 River Patrol? Never seen this combination before
(13Jan06) (PIRI)
RS1: Brazil mil Rio Grande B 1044 USB/ALE long call
to PR1 River Patrol? Never seen this combination before
(13jan06) (piri)
: Ministry of Railways Baku, AZE 0940 RTTY/50/500
transmitting train shedules and other railway related
telegrams in 3rd shift cyr., self ID as "BAK"
(28Dec05) (LDO)
no-call: Ministry of Railways Baku, AZE 0940
ITA2/50Bd/500Hz transmitting train shedules and other
railway related telegrams in 3rd shift cyr., self ID as
"BAK" (28Dec05) (LDO)
700: USCG HC-130H 1700, CGAS Sacramento 2234 ALE/USB
ALE to TSC. CBP Customs Nat'l LE Comm Ctr Orlando,
FL. 1700 up in voice wkg SERVICE CENTER. COTHEN Net.
(30NOV05) (RB)
MV5: CBP, Unid, poss vessel 2019 ALE/USB Sounding.
COTHEN SCAN 7. (02DEC05) (RB)
: Dep. of State Comms Moscow, RUS 0720 MFSK-32/CROWD36 40Bd,
offline crypto to "JUA" on link #50035
(27Dec05) (LDO)
no-call: Dep. of State Comms Moscow, RUS 0720
MFSK-32/CROWD36 40Bd, offline crypto to "JUA" on link #50035
(27Dec05) (LDO)
: Unid 1321 PACTOR1 ASCII Encrypted? Also Arabic
voice on this channel (31dec05) (PIRI)
Unid: 1321 PACTOR1 ASCII Encrypted? Also Arabic
voice on this channel (31dec05) (piri)
CFH: CF Halifax CAN 1529 RTTY 75BD naws de cfh zkr
fl 2822 3394 4155 6260 8303 12377 16576 22182 (20Jan06) (piri)
Pagina 97
15988
15988.0
15988.0
16014.2
16025.0
16094
16094
16094.0
16094.0
16124
16124.0
16147.7
16147.7
16193.0
16193.0
16193.0
16212.0
16215
16215
16223.7
16223.7
16240
16240
16240
16240
16240
16240
16240
16240
16240
16260
16260
16260.0
16260.0
WUN-v12
DDK7: Hamburg Meteo D 1056 RTTY/50 AAXX msgs.
(13Jan06) (PIRI)
DDK7: Hamburg Meteo D 1056 RTTY 50bd AAXX msgs.
(13jan06) (piri)
DDK7: Pinneberg meteo D 13:24 ITA2 / 50 / 450r AAXX
reports (27Dec) (PPA)
RFVI: FN Le Port REU 12:54 ARQ-E3 / 100 / 400
controle de voie on RUN circuit to Djibouti
(26 Dec) (PPA)
unid: Russian diplo 13:35 MAZIELKA 6 tone selcall ,
tone sequence 720 750 782 816 853 896 hertz
(27 Dec) (PPA)
: MFA Bern, SUI 0825 USB/MIL-STD 188-141B/MIL-STD
188-110A serial tone, receivinge-mail tfc. from Ankara,
net using ALE + linking protection (30Dec05) (LDO)
: Swiss embassy Ankara, TUR 0825 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone modem, crypto tfc
to Bern, net using ALE with linking protection
(30Dec05) (LDO)
no-call: MFA Bern, SUI 0825 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, receivinge-mail
tfc from Ankara, net using ALE + linking protection
(30Dec05) (LDO)
no-call: Swiss embassy Ankara, TUR 0825 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone modem, crypto tfc to
Bern, net using ALE with linking protection (30Dec05) (LDO)
: Swiss embassy Moscow, RUS 0837 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, crypto traffic
to Bern, network using ALE with linking protection
(29Dec05) (LDO)
no-call: Swiss embassy Moscow, RUS 0837 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, cryptotraffic to
Bern, network using ALE with linking protection
(29Dec05) (LDO)
FN N'Djamena: Chad 2137 ARQ-E3 200/400 (18/12/05) (AJP)
unid: FF ? 1516 arq-e3/200/364 betas only (27Dez05) (wp3)
ACA: UNID 0842 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Sounding
(09/Jan)(DW)
ACA: UNID 1548 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Sounding. Also 1648z, 1950z (25/Dec)(DW)
ACB: UNID 2003 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Sounding
(25/Dec)(DW)
Unid: presumed MFA Cairo 10:27 USB / CODAN 9001
modem burst traffic no decode (26 Dec) (PPA)
5113: ALE/USB 1147 ALE/USB/USB TO 5111 TIS:5113
(03Jan06) (AA)
5119: ALE/USB 1124 ALE/USB/USB TO 5111 TIS:5119
(03Jan06) (AA)
: MFA Cairo 1559 ARQ Msg/AA to unk (18/01/06) (RH2)
Unid: MFA Cairo 1559 arq Msg/AA to unk (18/01/06) (RH2)
1108: Unid ALE/USB/USB TO 1001 1110 TIS:1108
(03Jan06) (AA)
1113: Unid 1115 ALE/USB/USB Sounding (03Jan06) (AA)
1115: Unid 1111 ALE/USB/USB Sounding (03Jan06) (AA)
1302: Unid 1110 ALE/USB/USB Sounding (03Jan06) (AA)
1308: Unid 1107 ALE/USB/USB Sounding (03Jan06) (AA)
2011: Unid 1115 ALE/USB/USB To:2411 TIS:2011
(03Jan06) (AA)
2415: Unid 1121 ALE/USB/USB Sounding (03Jan06) (AA)
241: Unid 1114 ALE/USB/USB (03Jan06) (AA)
2514: Unid 1110 ALE/USB/USB Sounding (03Jan06) (AA)
P6Z: MFA Paris F 1355 FEC-A/192 5lettercode to N2G
FEMB Sana'a YWM (03Jan06) (PIRI)
P6Z: MFA Paris F 1629 FEC-A/41.1/400 idling 192 Bd
working speed.(28Dec05) (PIRI)
P6Z: MFA Paris F 1355 FEC-A 192 Baud 5lettercode to
N2G FEMB Sana'a YWM (03jan06) (piri)
P6Z: MFA Paris F 1629 FEC-A 41.1 Baud 400 Hz ideling
Pagina 98
WUN-v12
192 bd working speed.(28dec05) (piri)
16264.5 unid: 1512 fsk 75/814 (27Dez05) (wp3)
16278.7 7RQ20: MFA Algiers ALG 15:15 Coquelet 8 / 26,67
French circular to all embassies (27 Dec) (PPA)
16295
: Dep. of State Comms Moscow, RUS, 1135 24.9Bd FSK
alerting system, no follow-on TX noted (30Dec05)(LDO)
16295.0 no-call: Dep. of State Comms Moscow, RUS, 1135
24.9Bd FSK alerting system, no follow-on TX noted
(30Dec05)(LDO)
16314.0 Unid: E03 British intel CYP 14:14 USB / J3E 5F msg
in parallel to 12603 and 14487 (27 Dec) (PPA)
16332
C: SLB Moscow 1327 CW // 10872. (31Dec05) (RGA)
16335
MAE: MAE Akgiers 0956 ALE/USB/USB TO:BKO TIS:MAE
(03Jan06) (AA)
16335.0 MAE: MFA Algiers ALG 15:08 USB / ALE calling BKO
Bamako (27 Dec)(PPA)
16335.0 NKT: ALG emb. Nouakchott 1010 ALE/USB clng to GAO
(28Dec05) (MAL)
16335.0 NKT: ALG emb. Nouakchott 1605 ALE/USB clng to MAE
(28Dec05) (MAL)
16338,5 ALG Diplo: 1407 8-tone (Alcatel?) system. Various
speeds (27dec05) (piri)
16338.5 : ALG Diplo? 1407 ALCATEL? 8-tone system. Various
speeds. (27dec05) (PIRI)
16345.0 RS1: Brazilian Army 2237 ALE/USB to BR1 Also serial
modem 75bps short (13/12/05) (AJP)
16405
CENTR5: MFA Bucharest ROU 1149 ALE/USB TO RMZ ROUEMB
Ryad after call voice comms in roumaanian no tfc
(13Jan06) (PIRI)
16405.0 CENTR5: MFA Bucharest ROU 1149 USB/ALE TO RMZ ROUEMB
Ryad after call voice comms in roumaanian no tfc
(13jan06) (piri)
16444
: RUS? 1538 MS5/4800/USB Vocoder 12 tones and pilot
on 3300Hz working and Idling (28Dec05) (PIRI)
16444.0 RUS: 1538 MS5 Vocoder 12 tones and pilot on 3300Hz
working and Ideling (28dec05) (piri)
16607
ERMSAL: Brazilian Navy, 2nd Naval District, Bahia
18491 ALE/USB ALE to NDDCEA, Brazilian warship Ceara
(G-30), Dock Landing Ship. Brazilian Navy Net.
(30NOV05) (RB)
16683.0 ubau: unid rus ship 1350 cw/35wpm udk2 udk2 de ubau
ubau k(27Dez05) (wp3)
16741
: RKTS Konstrukor Kockin INT 1550 RTTY/50/170 3rd
shift cyrillic Msgs to UU coaststation
(28Dec05) (PIRI)
16741.0 RKTS Konstrukor Kockin: INT 1550 RTTY 50baud 3th
shift cyrillic Msgs to UU coaststation
(28dec05) (piri)
16747.0 Philippine News Agency: 1557 Sitor-B Philippine news
(18/12/05) (AJP)
16800.4 : Unid BMRT KING BASS trawler fishing vessel 1534
RTTY ZCZC BMRT KING BASS 50/104/20 27 19/12 1500... Freq
16800.47. (19/12/05) (BEF)
16804.5 3MRD2: Ship Shimakale (Panama Flag) 1232 GMDSS RQs
MRCC Charleville Wiluna Australia for safety test.
(30Dec05) (RGA)
16804.5 9HFT7: Discovery (Maltese Flag) 1234 GMDSS RQs
Lyngby Radio Denmark/OXZ for safety test.
(30Dec05) (RGA)
16804.5 HONJ: MSC Trinidad (Panama Flag) 1239 GMDSS RQs
Lyngby Radio Denmark/OXZ for safety test.
(30Dec05) (RGA)
16804.5 MHXH9: Energy Skier (GB) 1246 GMDSS RQs MRCC
Capetown/ZSC for safety test. (30Dec05) (RGA)
16806.5 nmf: USCG Boston 1630 fec (6Jan06) (wp3)
16809
WLO: Mobile Radio USA 1415 Morse call WLO and
torfree burst (03Jan06) (PIRI)
16809.0 wlo: Mobile Radio 1347 arq/marker wlo (27Dez05) (wp3)
Pagina 99
WUN-v12
16809.0 WLO: Mobile Radio USA 1415 morse call WLO and
torfree burst (03jan06) (piri)
16811.0 CBV: Valparaiso Radio CHL 1550 MORSE CBV and torfree
burst (20Jan06) (piri)
16811.5 a9m: Hamala Radio 1347 arq/marker mcmcmcmc de a9m
tlx (27Dez05)(wp3)
16813.0 uat: Moscow Radio 1403 fec ....MIN DE UAT NNNN
(6Jan06) (wp3)
16833.5 uiw: Kaliningrad Radio 1109 fec nawip - tfc (6Jan06) (wp3)
16833.5 uiw: Kaliningrad Radio 1318 arq tfc to uhfp
(27Dez05) (wp3)
16886.0 tah: Istambul Radio 1108 sitor-a/Marker Marker tah
(3Jan06) (wp3)
16921.9 vth9: IN Mumbai 1305 rtty 50/790 vth 5/7/9 rbsl
bnt~ncf464646460=9#5/:.9,rbsl bcr bnr
(27Dez05) (wp3)
16938.0 vtg8: IN Mumbai 1302 cw vvv vvv vvv vtg 4/6/7/8/9
vtg 4/6/7/8/9 vtg4/6/7/8/9 vvv (27Dez05) (wp3)
16951.5 6WW: FF Dakar 1530 rtty 75/850 RY's & Le Brick
(18/01/06) (RH2)
16951.5 6WW: FF Dakar 1530 RTTY/75/850 RY's & Le Brick
(18/01/06) (RH2)
16951.5 6ww: FN Dakar 1109 rtty 75/850 (3Jan06) (wp3)
16951.5 6ww: FN Dakar 1246 rtty 75/850 kfaaa faaa de
6ww6ww6ww testingtestimxx ryryryryrsryryry
~t~ryryryryryryryryryryryryry (27Dez05) (wp3)
16951.5 6WW: FN Dakar SEN 1425 RTTY 75 shift 840 Hz faaa de
6ww testing Voyez vous le brick... ry/sg int zbz
(03jan06) (piri)
16951.5 6WW: FN Dakar SEN 1425 RTTY/75/840 faaa de 6ww
testing Voyez vous le brick... ry/sg int zbz
(03Jan06) (PIRI)
16951.5 6WW: FN Dakar SEN 1554 RTTY 75BD FAAA DE 6WW TESTING
RY/SG 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 VOYEZ VOUS LE BRICK GEANT....
(20Jan06) (piri)
16986.0 CTP: NATO Lisbon POR 1601 RTTY 75BD NAWS DE CTP QSX
04 06 08 12 MHZ AR (20Jan06) (piri)
16986.0 ctp: NATO Lissabon 1237 rtty 75/850 naws naws de ctp
ctp due to technical problems service unavailable ufn ar
(27Dez05) (wp3)
17020
UDK2: Murmansk Radio RUS 1402 RTTY/50/170 msgs to
4LS (28Dec05) (PIRI)
17020.0 UDK2: Murmansk Radio RUS 1402 rtty 50 msgs to 4LS
(28dec05) (piri)
17146.4 CBV: FAX
1915 4 Dec 05 (HS)
17146.4 nmg: USCG New Orleans 1307 fax 120 72hr wind(kn) and
wave(ft) fcsttropical prediction centre
(3Jan06) (wp3)
17146.4 NMG: USCG NEW ORLEANS 1400 FAX 120/576/N/800 GOES IR
tropical sat pix (04/Jan)(DW)
17146.5 CBV: VALPARAISO PLAYA ANCHA 1109 FAX 120/576/N/800
Sfc analysis chart "Armada de Chile Servicio Meteorologico
carta de superficie" "05 enero 2006 0600utc. 1136 sat pix
(05/Jan)(DW)
17147.0 URL: Sevastopol radio UKR 09:25 CW / A1A cq cq de
url url ans12458,5 / 16658,5 pse qso k
(30 DEC) (PPA)
17155.4 8po: Bridgetown Radio 1223 gw-pactor-marker
(27Dez05) (wp3)
17217.0 vie: Darwin Radio 1220 gw-pactor-marker (27Dez05) (wp3)
17311.0 WLO: Mobile, Alabama 1900z Oct 24, 2005 USB with
Notice to Mariners Broadcast [SN]
17430.0 Kyodo News: FAX
15 Dec 05
2330 (HS)
17435
2011: Italian Carabinieri Net ALE/USB 1333 "TO:2413
TIS:2011" (05/Jan/06) (AA)
17451.5 OEY51: BMLV Vienna 1336 ALE/USB "TO:OEY71 TIS:OEY51"
Wkg Austrian Contingent Golan Heights.
(05/Jan/06) (AA)
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17458.5 CLS: Prob Sabre AAF, Fort Campbell, Ky 1616 ALE/USB
Sounding. Also noted on 5126, 10691.5. US ARMY Aviation
Net. (30NOV05) (RB)
17458.5 M010AN: National Guard, Massachusetts 1328 ALE/USB
ALE to R01, unid Army aviation asset. US Army Nat'l Guard.
(03DEC05) (RB)
17460.0 RDL: strategic navy call RUS 14:48 BEE/36-50/250
several messages in parallel with 12741
(8 Jan) (PPA)
18003
523517: USAF KC-135A-BN Stratotanker #62-3517 1641
ALE/USB ALE to 572598, USAF KC-135E Stratotanker #57-2598.
HF-GCS Scope Command. (02DEC05) (RB)
18003
JNR: HF-GCS Salinas, PR 1633 ALE/USB Sounding.
HF-GCS Scope Command. (02DEC05) (RB)
18003
UKE: Unid ALE/USB 1342 sounding (05/Jan/06) (AA)
18044.7 RCVB: EGYEMB Washington USA 1626 ARQ Arab msgs To
MFA Cairo. Cairo on 18716.7 (02jan06) (piri)
18231
: Swiss embassy Moscow, RUS 0722 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, crypto traffic to
Bern, network using ALE with linking protection
(30Dec05) (LDO)
18231.0 no-call: Swiss embassy Moscow, RUS 0722 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, crypto traffic to
Bern, network using ALE with linking protection
(30Dec05) (LDO)
18274
: Dep. of State Comms Moscow, RUS 1034 and 1430
MFSK-32/CROWD36 40Bd/10Bd 5LG offline crypto to unlocated
embassy on link #00096 (29Dec05) (LDO)
18274.0 no-call: Dep. of State Comms Moscow, RUS 1034 and
1430 MFSK-32/CROWD36 40Bd/10Bd 5LG offline crypto to
unlocated embassy on link #00096(29Dec05) (LDO)
18276
: Czech Diplo 1408 ALE/USB not able to decode
(05/Jan/06) (AA)
18315
: Egyptian emb. Islamabad, PAK 0846 USB/Codan 80 Bd
Chirp+ Codan 16x75Bd QPSK modem, tfc to Cairo, QSX not found
(29Dec05) (LDO)
18315.0 no-call: Egyptian emb. Islamabad, PAK 0846 USB/
Codan 80 Bd Chirp+ Codan 16x75Bd QPSK modem, tfc to Cairo,
QSX not found (29Dec05) (LDO)
18353.0 No Call: unid 0930 Rtty 50Bd/500Hz "XJTGSCMDPT"
(10/JAN/06) (KK)
18507.2 : Unid 1238 PACTOR1 ASCII Encrypted? Also Arabic
voice on this channel (28Dec05) (PIRI)
18517.2 : Unid 1245 PACTOR1 ASCII Encrypted? Also Arabic
voice on this channel (28Dec05) (PIRI)
18560
BMF: Taipei Meteo 0822 FAX 24h wave prog. Noisy
first half, otherwise sharp copy (17Dec05) (KB)
18571.5 4E1: Unlocated Moroccan MIL or Diplo, ??? 1410
SITOR-B 100Bd/170Hz, op chat to RVL in French weak signal
(27Dec05) (LDO)
18571.5 4E1: Unlocated Moroccan MIL or Diplo, ??? 1410
SITOR-B 100Bd/170Hz, op chat to RVL in French, weak
signal (27Dec05) (LDO)
18571.5 RVL: MFA or MOD Rabat, MRC 1351 SITOR-B 100Bd/170Hz,
offline encrypted traffic in 5LGs to 4E1
(27Dec05) (LDO)
18583
: Egyptian emb. Rabat, MRC 1051 USB/CODAN-CHIRP +
16x75Bd QPSK mode, traffic to Cairo (05Jan06) (LDO)
18583.0 no-call: Egyptian emb. Rabat, MRC 1051 USB/CODAN
CHIRP + 16x75Bd QPSK mode, traffic to Cairo (05Jan06) (LDO)
18592
LNT: USCG CAMSLANT USA 1452 ALE/USB TO J18 (13Jan06) (PIRI)
18592.0 LNT: USCG CAMSLANT USA 1452 USB/ALE TO J18 (13jan06) (piri)
18635
MAE: MfA Algiers 0905 ALE/USB many calls to ADZ
(Agadez, Niger) who sometimes replies (03Jan06) (KB)
18716.7 : MDA Cairo EGY 1635 ARQ Arab msgs to EMB Washington
after selcall RCVB and qsy 34081. (02Jan06) (PIRI)
18716.7 MDA Cairo: EGY 1635 ARQ Arab msgs to EMB Washington
after selcall RCVB and qsy 34081. (02jan06) (piri)
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18765
2001: 0953 ALE/USB "TO:2513 TIS:2001" (14/Jan/06) (AA)
18765
2204: 0956 ALE/USB "TO:2001 TIS:2204" (14/Jan/06) (AA)
19036.4 7R...: ALGEMB Addis Abeba ETH 1334 COQ-8/13 Msgs to
7RQ20 MFA Alger (28Dec05) (PIRI)
19036.4 7R: ...: ALGEMB Addis Abeba ETH 1334 coquelet 8
13Baud msgs to 7RQ20 MFA Alger (28dec05) (piri)
19036.4 7RY50: ALGEMB Dakar SEN 1317 COQ-8/26,67 F msgs to
7RY20 MFA Aler (03Jan06) (PIRI)
19036.4 7RY50: ALGEMB Dakar SEN 1317 Coquelet 8 26,67 baud F
msgs to 7RY20 MFA Aler (03jan06) (piri)
19103.5 SKYWAT: SKYWATCH US Army South Flight Following Soto
Cano AB, Honduras 2153 ALE/USB Sounding. SKYWATCH Net.
(02DEC05) (RB)
19182
AMMAN: French Diplo Amman, JOR 1222 ALE/USB clg
CER42 Paris many times (28Dec05) (KB)
19182
CER42: MFA Paris 1239 ALE/USB clg AMMAN (28Dec05) (KB)
19507.2 : Unid 1238 PACTOR1 ASCII Encrypted? Also Arabic
voice on this channel (28Dec05) (PIRI)
19507.2 Unid: 1238 PACTOR1 ASCII Encrypted? Also Arabic
voice on this channel (28dec05) (piri)
19517.2 : Unid 1245 PACTOR1 ASCII Encrypted? Also Arabic
voice on this channel (28Dec05) (PIRI)
19517.2 Unid: 1245 PACTOR1 ASCII Encrypted? Also Arabic
voice on this channel (28dec05) (piri)
19682.0 vie: Darwin Radio 1322 gw-pactor-marker (28Dez05) (wp3)
19685.0 vie: Darwin Radio 1318 gw-pactor-marker (28Dez05) (wp3)
19698.5 a9m: Hamala Radio 1309 gw-pactor-marker (28Dez05) (wp3)
19709.0 ERMNAT: BN Natal 1939 ALE/USB To CVFRON, also
DATAFAX to ERMRGD (14/12/05) (AJP)
19724.0 vie: Darwin Radio 1257 gw-pactor-marker (28Dez05) (wp3)
19726.0 a9m: Hamala Radio 1251 gw-pactor-marker (28Dez05) (wp3)
19741.4 8po: Bridgetown Radio 1500 gw-pactor-marker
(28Dez05) (wp3)
19783.4 vct: Tors Cove Radio 1232 gw-pactor-marker
(28Dez05) (wp3)
19814
0011ARCAP: Arkansas Civil Air Patrol 1711 ALE/USB
Sounding. Also noted on 7602. Civil Air Patrol.
(30NOV05) (RB)
19843.9 unid: (RAF Akrotiri) 1224 unid/195,3 (28Dez05) (wp3)
19907.2 ---: SUDANESE DIPLO? ?LOC 1453 PACT-I 200/200 Online
encrypted tfc thru 1500z (05/Jan)(DW)
19926
: Dep. of State Comms Moscow, RUS, 1130 24.9Bd FSK
alerting system, no follow-on TX noted (30Dec05)(LDO)
19926.0 no-call: Dep. of State Comms Moscow, RUS, 1130
24.9Bd FSK alerting system, no follow-on TX noted
(30Dec05)(LDO)
19945.0 GAO: ALG emb. Gao, Mali 1304 ALE/USB clng to MAE
(28Dec05) (MAL)
19945.0 GAO: Alg-Mfa Gao Mli 1307 ALE/USB clg MAE Algiers
(20/dec/05) (sw)
19945.0 NKT: ALG emb. Nouakchott 1605 ALE/USB clng to MAE
(28Dec05) (MAL)
19945.0 NKT: Alg-Mfa Nouakchott Mtn 1232 ALE/USB clg GAO Gao
Mli (21/dec/05) (sw)
19945.0 NKT: Alg-Mfa Nouakchott Mtn 1235 ALE/USB clg MAE
Algiers Alg (21/dec/05) (sw)
19945.0 NKT: Alg-Mfa Nouakchott Mtn 1303 ALE/USB clg GAO
Gao Mli (20/dec/05) (sw)
20047.9 C: RUSSIAN BEACON MOSCOW 1024 CW Freq 20047.98.
(08/01/06) (BEF)
20096.0 rdl: RN Smolensk 1155 bee 50/200 tfc scr very weak
and rough beacon"c" in the background. 1200z in f1/cw: rdl
rdl 10552 12161 k (28Dez05)(wp3)
20215.0 ACB: UNID 0957 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Sounding. Also 1329, 1500z (28/Dec)(DW)
20340.0 BKO: Alg-Mfa Bamako Mli 1530 ALE/USB clg MAE
Algiers (29/dec/05) (sw)
20340.0 NKT: Alg-Mfa Nouakchott Mtn 1531 ALE/USB clg GAO
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20613.0
20890
20890
20965.0
22447.0
23214
23214
23337
23337
23337
24145.0
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Gao Mli (29/dec/05) (sw)
: Swiss embassy Cairo, EGY 1309 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, crypto tfc from
Bern, net using ALE with linking protection
(27Dec05) (LDO)
no-call: Swiss embassy Cairo, EGY 1309 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, crypto tfc from Bern,
net using ALE with linking protection
(27Dec05) (LDO)
I86: CBP Cessna 550 N586RE 2125 ALE/USB Sounding.
COTHEN Scan 9. (01DEC05) (RB)
J37: USCG MH-60J 6037 CGAS E-City 1955 ALE/USB ALE
to UCG, old designation for CAMSPAC prior to CAMSLANT
having ALE capability I've been told. COTHEN Net.
(04DEC05) (RB)
XSS: UNID 1547 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Sounding
(25/Dec)(DW)
FUV: FN Djibouti DJI 13:12 USB / STANAG 4285 / 300
long / ITA2 5N1 de fuv testing znr uuuuu voyez le brick
ryryry sgsgsg (26 Dec) (PPA)
D23: CBP P-3B "Slick" N423SK Corpus Christi 2035
ALE/USB Sounding. COTHEN Net. (29NOV05) (RB)
D47: CBP AEW&C P3 N147CS 2200 ALE/USB ALE to EST,
CBP AMOC Eastern Regional Communications Node, followed by
secure voice on freq. COTHEN Scan 10. (01DEC05) (RB)
HIK: HF-GCS, Hickam AFB, Hi 2027 ALE/USB Sounding.
HF-GCS Scope Command (03DEC05) (RB)
KWK96: Unid US Embassy/Consulate 2106 ALE/USB ALE to
KWK91, also unid. Car/S.Amer? HF-GCS Scope Command.
(01DEC05) (RB)
MPA: HF-GCS Port Stanley, Falkland Islands 2211
ALE/USB Sounding. HF-GCS Scope Command.
(29NOV05) (RB)
ACA: UNID 1422 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Sounding. Also at 1523z (25/Dec)(DW)
Unid: (illegal) Baby-Phone, Goettingen, D 1450 FM
nonstop, over weeks,(25/Jun/2005)(DL8AAM)
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COPYRIGHT © 2006 WUN
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If you are reading this newsletter from another source, such as a BBS,
please let us know!
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>From your Electronic Editor:
* Welcome to another issue of the single largest source of utility
station information and the most widely quoted utility station
publication in the world...the WUN Newsletter.
WUN has won (WUN!!) a special award; please see Ary's item below.
We also have a new Nautical News editor; he is Sergey Kolesov.
Welcome to the team, Sergey, and we look forward to your NN Columns.
I shall leave Sergey to introduce himself in his first Column below but I
would like to add a bit more information. Sergey is the captain of a
container ship working in the Caribbean. He is not able to use the ship's
communication facilities to receive personal e-mails while at sea
(although I understand that he may be able to access his e-mails during
some of his (very brief) stops at his various ports of call).
This means that he may not be able to respond immediately to
contributions sent to him by WUNners but your contributions will be
acknowledged as soon as possible and used in his first available Column.
Sergey needs your input to his Column (as do all the other Column
editors!) so please let him have your contributions. He hopes to be able
to produce a Column every second month so get your contributions in now!!
Thanks, Sergey, for coming forward and the WUN membership looks forward
to your Column and will, I trust, support you with their contributions.
ooooo
So, one down but two to go!! We still need editors to take over the Aero
and Mil and Government Frequency Columns!!!
Can we please therefore, have new volunteers coming forward to take over
these two Columns?
I look forward to hearing from you!!
ooooo
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WHAT'S INSIDE:
o Monitoring Times Award:
A special message from Ary Boender, WUN President.
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Ask Wun by Jim Dunnett
Digital Review by Day Watson
Nautical News by Sergey Kolesov
Numbers & Oddities by Ary Boender
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o Utility Round-up by Ary Boender
o WUN Logs Column by Eddie Bellerby & TEAM LOGS
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Dear WUN Members,
I am proud to tell you that the WUN website has won the Monitoring Times
Internet Excellence Award. That is really nice and a big compliment for
our webmaster, Jason Berri. Congratulations, Jason!!!
The following text was published by Monitoring Times. See also
http://www.monitoringtimes.com/html/mt_award.html
Thanks for the award, MT staff!
73,
Ary Boender
WUN President
MT INTERNET EXCELLENCE AWARD
Monitoring Times and Grove Enterprises have had a presence on the web
since 1996, even though Grove had to become its own internet provider
to do so – there was no internet provider in furthermost western North
Carolina in those days! Since then, the internet and email have
transformed the way we do business and transformed the radio hobby
itself.
Hobbyists have become increasingly sophisticated about making the Web
work for them, and some dedicated individuals have created websites that
are head and shoulders above the rest – usually for little compensation
except for the satisfaction of creating a stellar product. Ten short
years after we logged on, the Internet is such an integral part of our
hobby that MT has created the Monitoring Times Internet Excellence Award
to honor outstanding sites that come with our highest recommendation.
* Second MT Internet Excellence Award: WUN Club *
Monitoring Times is proud to give its second "Internet Excellence" award
to the Worldwide Utility News Club (www.wunclub.com) for its dedication
and excellence in the field of shortwave utilities. This is a challenging
area of the hobby which requires a lot of original work and analysis to
uncover users, modes, locations, etc. WUN's club president, Ary Boender,
and webmaster Jason Berri shared a bit about where WUN has come from and
where it is headed:
"The Worldwide Utility News (WUN) club web site was started as part
of the creation of WUN back in 1995. WUN was created to provide an
electronic medium (mailing list and web) for utility DXers to exchange
information. The site was put together in the early days of the
internet, when web browsing was still in its infancy.
"The WUN club site has evolved over the years from a simple design
that was basically an archive of monthly club newsletters, to the
more sophisticated, comprehensive design you see today. The site is
constantly being updated, and undergoes regular reviews of design and
content. In the future the site will continue to be a mainstay on the
internet to provide information for utility DXers around the world."
While the site appears simple and utilitarian, there is a wealth of
information available via menus or the search button. One of our favorite
tools for the beginner is the library of audio files for about 30
different digital modes. Other comprehensive lists of ships, aircraft,
callsigns, etc, help in the identification of intercepted signals. The
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WUN listserver is an excellent tool for sharing real-time intercepts for
propagation and direction-finding purposes. As always, a club or
publication is only as good as its members and contributors, and in this,
too, WUN is a winner.
We hope you'll visit them soon.
---------------------------ASK WUN
THE INFORMATION STATION FOR WUN MEMBERS
ASK YOUR QUESTIONS HERE AND READ
OCCASIONAL ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST
Jim Dunnett, Editor
[email protected]
February 2006
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This section is here to deal with requests for help and information
to and from WUN members. The column is for you to ask questions; to
locate others with similar interests (even non-HF like SatCom or VHF
aero); to locate or sell equipment; to ask about receiver problems, or
just to ask about anything.
I will also include items of general
interest relating to the hobby from time to time, not necessarily
arising out of questions. If you have a question to ask then ask them
via this section. Send your requests to:- [email protected]
If you want to reply to an item, note the sender's address and
reply direct, or better still send the answer to this column. If
you have found utility-related material which you think may be of
interest to readers, then please let me know about them.
****************************************************************
Please not that I cannot take queries by mail, only by EMail. Should
there be no queries by EMail before the deadline, I shall pick up any
queries which may have been asked via the list-server or via the
forums.
If it's related to anything having to do with the radio hobby,
you need to ASK WUN. If it doesn't fit anywhere else...it fits here.
This column is here to provide a service to all WUN members to ask
"off topic" questions or offer radio related equipment for sale.
If the column is not supported/needed, it will disappear.
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Mike, [email protected],
family:
asks about the Enigma E11
"I have first seen mention of E11 in March 2001 but clearly it has
been around longer than that!"
"I was just wondering if anyone could fill in the history gaps on
this one please? Its said to come from Poland, is that correct?"
"This is a big operation if the family stations all come from the
same source?"
"M03 alone is on air a great deal. My questions is why do they need
to send or have the potential to send so much data via this medium?"
"Who could it be aimed at and from whom?"
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-----------------------------------------------------------------On 27 January, Bud Peed, [email protected], praised the WUN
Newsletter and went on to ask:
"I Have a Ten Tec RX-340, use a M-7000 v2 as my decoder just
purchased from the widow of an old friend, a M-8000 {v7.5?}. It
appears the learning curve is going to be a tad long."
"Noticed in the back issues section of WUN web site several articles
on the unit. But my bloody computer will not unzip the file. Are they
worth having? If so could someone Email me the articles, or copy and
post to me. Would be delighted to send a SSAE to you."
"Any help on set-up and running would not be refused!"
"I Live in Western Maryland..Deep Creek Lake."
-----------------------------------------------------------------Bud later went on to ask:
"I Will be going downstate to pick up the M-8000 this week. Does it
make any sense to hook both of them to the RX-340? Look's as tho all
that is needed is a female connection with 2 male phono plugs."
"I have plenty of space and a very understanding wife. Would there
be a lot of interference from both units that could be picked by the
340?"
"This is a brand new hobby for me! Any information much appreciated."
-----------------------------------------------------------------Ed Yeary, [email protected] was seen to ask:
"Does anyone have a working link to Atoc tech. Iron horse antennas?"
-----------------------------------------------------------------J.D. Stephens, [email protected]
asked on 7 Feb:
"I have a batch of followups ready to send out to some Utes, and
wondered if anyone had any QSL information (especially names of
verification signers) for the following stations:"
ITALY:
IDQ - Italian Navy
IGJ43 - Augusta Marine Radio
NETHERLANDS:
POLAND:
UKRAINE:
PCW1 - MFA Den Haag
SPW - Warszawa Radio
URL - Sevastopol Radio
UTQ - Kiev Radio
-----------------------------------------------------------------Finally, I myself would like to ask:
Does anyWUN have any experiences, good or bad, of the Dressler ARA60
active aerial?
Too late, I've bought it! Seems a very reasonable replacement for
the previous long wire ... and I've had a response via the forum.
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-----------------------------------------------------------------ITEM for SALE
------------Sergey M. Kolesov, [email protected], has an item for sale:
"I have brand new multi-reader MFJ-462B for decoding of ASCII, CW
and RTTY. Adaptor is not included."
"Price: $110".
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ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST.
------------------------Last month saw the publication on WUN and other UTE interest sites,
an up-to-date list of Globe Wireless facilities.
I rearranged the list so that it was sorted by frequency and added
notation to differentiate between ship and shore frequencies. I did
send a copy to the WUN Webmaster, but it has not been added to the
site.
It is in ASCII format with page-breaks (9 pages) and can be obtained
from me by EMail at:
[email protected]
-----------------------------------------------------------------HFDL
---To continue with a few examples of messages seen on this mode.
Unfortunately I neglected to ensure that I had sufficient message to
cover all the types commonly seen, so I have to restrict my remarks
to the three types I did have available in my HFDL logfiles.
[MPDU 19:05:42 AIR LOGON SLOT 11 300 BPS ]
[LPDU LOG ON DLS REQUEST]
ICAO 3C706F
[HFNPDU FREQUENCY DATA]
19:05:18 UTC Flight ID = LH8189 LAT 52 2 26N
LON 17 10 50W
This one is a simple position report from an MD11F of Lufthansa
Cargo, D-ALCO. ICAO ID 3C706F (ex PP-VQL, PP-SOW). This time the ICAO
ID matches the flight number, LH8189 and can be logged as:
05544
D-ALCO: Lufthansa Cargo MD11F Flt LH8189 1905 HFDL Position
report 5202N 01711W via Muharraq. (10Feb06) (RGA)
-------------------[MPDU 19:17:48 AIR 01 SLOT 5 300 BPS ]
[LPDU UNNUMBERED ACKED DATA FM AIR 01 TO GND]
HACARS mode: 2 Aircraft reg: .VP-BDN
Message label: SA Block id: 1 Msg. no: S58A Flight id: SU0215
Message content:0EH172558VH
---------------------------------------------------------[10/02/2006 19:17]
Here an Aeroflot A319-111, VP-BDN, ICAO 400150, ex D-AVYL signs
on and sends a rather cryptic message to the ground station. I have
not been able to sort out what '0EH172558VH' is meant to convey. All
you can do with this is a logon entry:
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05544
VP-BDN: Aeroflot A319 Flt SU0215 1917 HFDL Logs on to
Muharraq. (10Feb06) (RGA)
-------------------[HFNPDU ACARS FM AIR SU0215 TO GND]
<SOH>2.VP-BDN<NAK>SA1<STX>S58ASU02150EH172558VH<ETX><DLE>8<NUL>
This follows the previous example, this gives little that we don't
already know. Presumably the 'S58A' message is a formatted message
of some sort. The items enclosed in < and > are control characters.
Enough for now. In the next part we shall look at one or two other
types of message, provided I can get hold of them.
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73 for now,
Jim, (RGA)
<[email protected]>
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0011100010010101001100110101100101000011011000011101100000011101100100
01001101# DIGITAL #00011110010100001101010010100011010111000000111001
1000100101111010100100011010010010100110100011010001101000011010011100
0111000111001110000110000111100000100101011001001010111010100011100011
001000101010110100000111000111# REVIEW #00000101110011100001101000101
0101001011000011101100010110001100110100010110000111011000101100001110
0000110100101010110101011010000100101001101001010101010100010101010001
01001011111100001000101010011000110011000011101100010# COLUMN #110001
1100011010100101010010101001010100100001110110000101100101001101011000
- Editor: Day Watson
- Nickname on chat channels
E-mail: [email protected]
DayW
Hi digi WUNners
The menu
Aero
dgps
Military
PC-HFDL 2.031 upgrade
DGPS on trial
ASCII at Ft de France
Ukranian Army
>>....Aero.....>
::: PC-HFDL 2.031 upgrade
A minor upgrade by Charles Brain has modified the last aircraft position
received display window (immediately under the Spectrum).
It is now possible to copy (and paste) the information shown therein for
use elsewhere.
>>....dgps.....>
::: DGPS on trial
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For those interested in collecting dgps beacons the following list of
'new' ones (designated on trial or planned) are offered. Sorted by
country, and by freq in each country section.
Range in Nautical Miles.
Type 1 - full set of satellite corrections
Type 9 - sub-set of corrections
Brazil
Freq
bps
Stn ref
290
100
290
Stn Tx
Range
Type
Location
461
200
1
100
464
200
1
300
100
465
200
1
300
100
460
160
1
305
100
467
200
1
305
100
462
200
1
310
100
466
200
1
310
100
463
160
1
320
100
468
200
1
Abrolhos Lt
17 57S 38 41W
Rio Grande
32 08S 52 06W
Sao Tome Lt
22 02S 37 02W
Ponta de Sao
Marcos Lt
2 29S 44 18W
Cabo Calcanhar Lt
5 09S 35 29W
Ilha da Moela
24 03S 46 15W
Cabo de Santa Marta
Grande Lt
28 36S 48 48W
Canivete
0 30N 50 24W
Sergipe
10 58S 37 02W
Estonia
Freq
bps
Stn ref
Stn Tx
Range
Type
Location
295.5
200
841
531
100
9
307
200
840
530
108
9
Narva
59 30N 28 06E
Ristna Lt
58 56N 22 03E
India
Freq
bps
Stn ref
Stn Tx
Range
Type
Location
313
100
100
9
East Island (Andaman)
13 37N 93 03E
319
100
100
9
Pulicat
13 25N 80 19E
Korea S
Freq
bps
Stn ref
Stn Tx
Range
Type
Location
287
100
724 725
662
100
9
290
100
730 731
665
100
9
730 731
665
Geomun Do Lt
34 00N 127 19E
Chuk To Lt
34 13N 125 51E
Mara Do Lt
33 06N 126 16E
Chumunjin Dan
37 53N 128 50E
Eocheong Do Lt
36 07N 125 58E
Yong Do Lt
35 03N 129 04E
P'almi Do Lt
290
295
100
726 727
663
100
9
295
100
728 729
664
100
9
300
100
720 721
660
100
9
313
200
722 723
661
100
9
Pagina 110
WUN-v12
37 21N
Latvia
Freq
bps
Stn ref
Stn Tx
308.5
Stn ref
200
Netherlands
Freq
bps
302
Type
40
Lithuania
Freq
bps
304.5
Range
Stn ref
200
New Zealand
Freq
bps
Stn ref
126 30E
Location
Ventspils (planned)
55 23N 21 32E
Stn Tx
Range
Type
Location
535
50
9
Klaipedia Rear Lt
55 43N 21 05E
Stn Tx
Range
Type
Location
426
100
9
Gilze-Rijen
51 37N 4 56E
Stn Tx
Range
Type
Location
294
Whangaparaoa
36 36S 174 50E
Poland
Freq
bps
283.5
200
Stn ref
Stn Tx
Range
Type
Location
481
80
1
483
80
482
80
1
Dziwnow
54 01N 14 44E
Jaroslaweic
(Planned?)
54 33N 16 33E
Rozewie
54 49N 18 20E
Portugal (inc Azores)
Freq
bps
Stn ref
Stn Tx
Range
Type
Location
287.5
200
486 487
343
200
9
308
200
484 485
342
295
9
Porto Santo
33 04N 16 21W
Horta
38 32N 28 37W
Stn ref
Stn Tx
Range
Type
Location
Oleniy
72 36N 77 39E
Mys Tonkiy Lt
69 51N 61 05E
Mys Sterlegova
75 23N 88 45E
295
301
100
Russia (Artic)
Freq
bps
294.5
100
024
135
9
303.5
100
006
135
9
318.5
100
007
135
9
Russia (Baltic)
Freq
bps
Stn ref
Stn Tx
Range
Type
298.5
001
50
Stn Tx
Range
Type
Location
250
9
Jeddah
21 28N 39 08E
Jizan
100
Saudi Arabia
Freq
bps
Stn ref
320
200
961
324
200
962
Location
Baltiysk (Planned?)
54 38N 19 53E
250
9
Pagina 111
WUN-v12
16 53N 42 32E
South Africa
Freq
bps
Stn ref
Stn Tx
Range
Type
Location
291
100
225 245
205
150
9
292
100
228 248
208
100
9
301
100
223 243
203
120
9
310
100
221 241
201
150
9
Cape Recife
34 01S 25 42E
Cooper Lt
29 56S 31 00E
Cape Aghulhas
34 49S 20 00E
Cape Columbine
32 49S 1751E
Spain (inc Canaries/Balearics)
Freq
bps
Stn ref
Stn Tx
Range
Type
Location
285
100
500 501
350
100
9
285
100
536 537
368
100
9
286
100
526 527
363
100
9
288
100
528 529
364
100
9
289
100
502 503
351
100
9
290.5
100
532 533
366
100
9
Machichaco
43 53N 2 45W
Rasca Punta Tenerife
(Planned)
28 01N 16 33W
Castellon
39 58N 0 01E
Salou Cabo
41 03N 1 10E
Silla, Punta
(planned)
43 24N 4 25W
San Sebastian Cabo
41 53N 3 12E
292.5
100
530 531
367
100
9
293
100
524 525
362
100
9
295
100
503 504
352
100
9
297.5
100
519 520
360
100
9
298.5
100
515 516
358
100
9
299.5
100
513 514
357
100
9
302
100
517 518
359
100
9
302.5
100
511 512
356
100
9
303.5
100
509 510
355
100
9
304
100
530 531
365
100
9
Stn Tx
Range
Type
Svalbard(Norway)
Freq
bps
Stn ref
292.5
50
Lantailla Lt Punta
Fuerteventura
28 13N 13 56W
Mahon Menorca
39 52N 4 18E
Penas Cabo
43 39N 5 51W
La Nao Cabo
(planned)
38 44n 0 14e
Sabinal Lt Punta del
36 41N 2 41W
Malaga (planned)
36 43N 4 25W
Palos Cabo
37 38N 0 41W
Tarifa
5 36W 5 36W
Rota
36 38N 6 23W
Llobregat Punta
41 19N 2 09E
Location
Kapp Martin Lt
Bellsund
(planned)
77 43N 13 59E
Turkey
Pagina 112
Freq
bps
Stn ref
Stn Tx
WUN-v12
Range
Type
301
200
545 546
373
300
9
307.5
200
547 548
374
300
9
USA (Atlantic/Alaska)
Freq
bps
Stn ref
Stn Tx
Range
Type
Location
301
200
038 039
111
75
9
305
100
040 041
820
35
9
313
200
1008 1009
821
75
9
319
100
Wildwood
38 57N 74 51W
Alexandria
38 45N 77 07W
C2Cen Portsmouth
36 52N 76 21W
Ocean Cape Yakutat
(planned)
59 32N 139 44W
180
Location
Turkeli Lt
41 14N 29 06E
Kumkale
39 59N 26 10E
>>....Military.....>
::: ASCII at Ft de France
A variant was been found on the French Navy's Ft de France/FUF STANAG
4285 marker for a couple of days (15/16-Feb).
Whilst the frequencies of 8478.5U and 13031.2U operated at 300bps/long
and Baudot 5/N/2 it was been noted that the 16961.5U channel was
operating using ASCII 8/N/2. For test purposes or for a specific purpose
is not known.
::: Ukranian Army
Thanks to Peter Poelstra for a recently posted collection of information
on this organisation following a post from Pim Ripken (to whom also
thanks).
"7697.0 : UNID RUS? 1635 RTTY 20/50 500HZ 20BD mode sync and
50bd Async tfc mode. Kriptograma tfc M2 - 3rd shift Latin alphabet.
KRIPTGRAMA BURAN
LEGENDA 887 TAJFUN 372 ABRIKOS 652 PRAKTIKANT 144
AGAT 144 NR 1791 PS 23 18:20
RXQFG MMMMM UQPSD HMKLI WERTU
WIH NR:99 AGAT 144"
Peter indicates that the
Callsigns are :
Abrikos 652, Barhana 267, Barwinok 144, Burhana 141 ,
Tajfun 372, Legenda 887, Praktikant 144
Mode is always:
ITA2 with 50 baud and shifts of 200 ,250 or 500 hertz and erect polarity
ACF = 15
Traffic is encrypted after the msg header and mostly a zzzzzz string.
Peter reports that in addition to the 7697 kHz reported above he also has
this net listed in his logbook on:
3487.4
4495 5143 5827 8965.2
9034 9049.8
10241 10713 11023 11033 12223
14835
Pagina 113
WUN-v12
>>....Signoff.....>
And now we should be starting a period of 12 months bumping along the
bottom of the solar cycle [ http://www.sec.noaa.gov/SolarCycle/ ]. In
spite of that trust you still have plenty to log through the next month.
Rgds Day
-----------------------=========================================================================
===================
N A U T I C A L
N E W S
by Sergey Kolesov
[email protected]
=========================================================================
===================
"I am a Master Mariner, DX-er from 1988. QTH: Kiev, UKR. To prepare the
Column, I will rely on information received from member WUNners,
information from stations, Notices for Mariners and other sources. Any
information on stations, schedules, QSLs, decoders etc from nautical
radio monitors will be appreciated.
Due to the nature of my work, messages to my address can take some time
before being reviewed and answered. Please, do not think that I am
ignoring them if you do not see your info in the next couple of
Newsletters. Probably I am not at home and have no chance to access the
Internet. However, I will reply as soon as possible.
I look forward to hearing from you.
73, Sergey
*** USA ***
Current CAMSLANT schedule (received from the CAMSLANT's HQ)
NMN - is out of Chesapeake, VA,
NMG - is out of New Orleans, LA,
NMF - is out of Boston, MA,
NMA - is out of Miami, FL,
NMM - is out of Savannah, GA.
CAMSLANT is the communication station for the Coast Guard in the Atlantic
Ocean. It does most the message traffic and communications for the
Atlantic fleet.
Time(Z)
0000
0000
0030
Site
NMA
NMG
NMF
0040
0045
0130
0140
0230
0300
0330
0400
0438
NMM
NMF
NMN
NMF
NMF
NMG
NMN
NMA
NMF
0440
0445
0515
NMM
NMF
NMN
Broadcast
Frequency
NAVTEX
518.0
WEATHER FAX 4316.0 8502.0 12788.0
ICE SITOR (Seasonal MAR-AUG)
6312.2 8414.8 12577.3
NAVTEX
518.0
NAVTEX
518.0
NAVTEX
518.0
SITOR
6312.3 8414.8 12577.3
WEATHER FAX 4233.1 6338.6 9108.1
NAVTEX
518.0
VOBRA
4426.0 6501.0 8764.0
NAVTEX
518.0
ICE FAX (Seasonal MAR-AUG)
4233.1 6338.6 9108.1
NAVTEX
518.0
NAVTEX
518.0
VOBRA (OPERATOR READ)
Pagina 114
Broadcast Time
30-40 MIN
2 HR 30 MIN
10-15 MIN
30-40 MIN
30-40 MIN
30-40 MIN
20-25 MIN
2 HR 10 MIN
30-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
5 MIN
35-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
0515
NMG
0530
0600
0615
0700
0745
0800
0840
0845
0930
0930
0930
1100
1115
1115
1200
NMN
NMG
NMR
NMG
NMF
NMA
NMM
NMF
NMN
NMN
NMG
NMG
NMN
NMG
NMG
1200
1218
1240
1245
1330
1400
1500
1530
1530
1600
1600
1630
1640
1645
1715
NMA
NMF
NMM
NMF
NMN
NMF
NMG
NMN
NMG
NMA
NMF
NMF
NMM
NMF
NMN
1715
NMG
1720
1730
1800
NMF
NMN
NMG
1810
1900
1900
2000
2040
2045
2130
2130
2130
2215
2300
2315
2315
NMF
NMF
NMG
NMA
NMM
NMF
NMN
NMN
NMG
NMR
NMG
NMN
NMG
WUN-v12
4426.0 6501.0 8764.0
VOBRA (OPERATOR READ)
4316.0 8502.0 12788.0
NAVTEX
518.0
WEATHER FAX 4316.0 8502.0 12788.0
NAVTEX
518.0
NAVTEX
518.0
WEATHER FAX 4233.1 6338.6 9108.1
NAVTEX
518.0
NAVTEX
518.0
NAVTEX
518.0
NAVTEX
518.0
VOBRA
4426.0 6501.0 8764.0
VOBRA
4316.0 8502.0 12788.0
NAVTEX
518.0
VOBRA
6501.0 8764.0 13089.0
VOBRA
4316.0 8502.0 12788.0
WEATHER FAX 4316.0 8502.0 12788.0
Also on 17144.5
NAVTEX
518.0
ICE SITOR
8414.8 12577.3 16804.8
NAVTEX
518.0
NAVTEX
518.0
NAVTEX
518.0
WEATHER FAX 6338.6 9108.1 12748.1
NAVTEX
518.0
VOBRA
6501.0 8764.0 13089.0
VOBRA
4316.0 8502.0 12788.0
NAVTEX
518.0
ICE FAX(MAR-AUG)6338.6 9108.1 12748.1
SITOR
8414.8 12577.3 16804.8
NAVTEX
518.0
NAVTEX
518.0
VOBRA (OPERATOR READ)
8764.0 13089.0 17314.0
VOBRA (OPERATOR READ)
4316.0 8502.0 12788.0
WEATHER FAX 6338.6 9108.1 12748.1
NAVTEX
518.0
WEATHER FAX 4316.0 8502.0 12788.0
Also on 17144.5
ICE FAX(MAR-AUG)6338.6 9108.1 12748.1
WEATHER FAX 6338.6 9108.1 12748.1
NAVTEX
518.0
NAVTEX
518.0
NAVTEX
518.0
NAVTEX
518.0
NAVTEX
518.0
VOBRA
6501.0 8764.0 13089.0
VOBRA
4316.0 8502.0 12788.0
NAVTEX
518.0
NAVTEX
518.0
VOBRA
6501.0 8764.0 13089.0
VOBRA
4316.0 8502.0 12788.0
15-20 MIN
15-20 MIN
35-40 MIN
2 HR 30 MIN
30-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
2 HR 30 MIN
35-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
2 HR 30 MIN
35-40 MIN
10-15 MIN
35-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
1 HR 23 MIN
35-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
10 MIN
30-40 MIN
30-40 MIN
30-40 MIN
15-20 MIN
15-20 MIN
50 MIN
30-40 MIN
2HR
10 MIN
3 HR 30 MIN
30-40 MIN
30-40 MIN
30-40 MIN
30-40 MIN
30-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
35-40 MIN
30-40 MIN
30-40 MIN
15-20 MIN
15-20 MIN
Best DX!
Sergey
----------------------------NUMBERS & ODDITIES
the Spooks Newsletter
edition #104, February 2006
________________________________________________________________________
Pagina 115
WUN-v12
Editor: Ary Boender ([email protected])
NUMBERS & ODDITIES website: http://home.luna.nl/~ary
ONLINE DATABASE: Chris Smolinski ([email protected])
http://www.spynumbers.com/numbersDB/
________________________________________________________________________
Hi and welcome to edition 104 of Numbers & Oddities. First of all I
thank this month's contributors for their input. I really appreciate
your help.
Contributors: Wolfgang, IARUMS, Fritz, Mike, Don, Jim, Maciej, Pim,
Klaus, Ivan, Sam, Miguel, kpY2, AnEur, Sferix, Ian, Jakub (via E2K),
Alex, Peter, Dave, Trond, Kevin, Day, Glenn, Clandestine Radio Watch.
Besides the usual round-up, I have an ENIGMA crypto quiz for you and the
N&O newsletter edition includes of course a Logs Section and also an
Intelligence Profile. This time we focus on Taiwan.
Enjoy and don't forget to send us your logs and info.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* ENIGMA CHALLENGE *
A couple of months ago I challenged you to crack a code with the
Enigma simulator. The response was very enthusiastic and I was asked
to include challenges like this on a regular basis. The one that I have
included this month was originally meant for the Christmas edition of
N&O, but this was delayed because of the PC problems that I encountered
in that period. I had a Christmas present in mind for the first person
who would send me the correct phrase, in plain English.
That present is still on my desk. It is a copy of the book "Secret Code
Breaker, vol.1" + a disk with the simulator software described in the
book. The book is kindly provided by the author, Bob Reynard, for which
I thank him very much. The book will be yours if you are the first one
who sends me the correct answer. My e-mail address is [email protected]
You can find more info about Bob's books at:
http://secretcodebreaker.com/
I have used the EnigmaSim v4.2.0 simulator from Dirk Rijmenants again.
You can download a copy from this website:
http://users.telenet.be/d.rijmenants/en/enigmasim.htm
This time I will make it more difficult than the last time. It was a
bit too easy. I gave you too many clues :-)
Ok, what should you do? First the settings of the machine. The software
has a pretty good help file that describes the various items.
1) Rotor settings:
I have used the 3 standard rotors and did not change their settings.
2) Reflector settings:
I'll give you a clue: It is one of the wide reflectors.
3) Ring settings:
Don't change them.
4) Start position of the rotors (Grundstellung):
Think!!! It's easy :-)
5) Plug settings:
Probably an easy one for the numbers stations monitors.
The 1st plug is the ENIGMA designator for one of the English speaking
numbers stations.
The 2nd plug is the designator of a German speaking station.
The 3rd plug is the designator of a morse station.
The 4th plug is the designator of a Slavic station.
Finally the 5th plug; this is the designator of a Chinese station.
Pagina 116
WUN-v12
This is the code to break:
AMVYG PJJYT REPVR KGEYY RYYQG TMWRF QABLG FVUUB SBFWU ZUFMH VXPBP SGECI
Good luck!
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* VOICE STATIONS *
::: E03
Idents compiled by Al.
Idents 1st half of the month.
UTC
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
UTC
------------------------------------------------------------------1200
48681
48681
48681
48681
48681
48681
48681
1200
1300
54464
54464
54464
54464
54464
54464
54464
1300
1400
83405
15047
79902
34069
48681
09143
63646
1400
1500
63646
83405
15047
79902
34069
48681
31783
1500
1600
31783
63646
83405
15047
79902
34069
09143
1600
1700
09143
31783
63646
83405
15047
79902
48681
1700
1800
48681
09143
31783
63646
83405
15047
34069
1800
1900
34069
54464
09143
54464
63646
83405
54464
1900
2000
54464
48681
54464
31783
54464
63646
79902
2000
2100
79902
34069
48681
09143
31783
54464
15047
2100
2200
15047
79902
34069
48681
09143
31783
83405
2200
Idents 2nd half of the month.
UTC
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
UTC
------------------------------------------------------------------1200
73603
73603
73603
73603
73603
73603
73603
1200
1300
97855
97855
97855
97855
97855
97855
97855
1300
1400
54458
70388
93870
08863
73603
36546
82988
1400
1500
82988
54458
70388
93870
08863
73603
04678
1500
1600
04678
82988
54458
70388
93870
08863
36546
1600
1700
36546
04678
82988
54458
70388
93870
73603
1700
1800
73603
36546
04678
82988
54458
70388
08863
1800
1900
08863
97855
36546
97855
82988
54458
97855
1900
2000
97855
73603
97855
04678
97855
82988
93870
2000
2100
93870
08863
73603
36546
04678
97855
70388
2100
2200
70388
93870
08863
73603
36546
04678
54458
2200
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: E10
Lots of strings again in February. 5 February was a busy day for these
guys. The transmissions were reported by many dxers.
05-2, 0712 UTC, 5170 kHz: VLBAK1Z2B122C1
05-2, 1412 UTC, 6986 kHz: Two different messages in progress on same
frequency.
05-2, 1459 UTC, 6210 kHz: FDUM
5170 kHz: VLB A3602051800B8285682051930C55
1545 UTC, 5170 kHz: VLB A3602051800B8285682051930C55
1550 UTC, 4648 kHz: SYN A69Z43Z07042000B14Z1Z0602Z2000
4780 kHz: CIO A32Z0704Z2030B22Z666Z05021600
1600 UTC, 4648 kHz: SYN A69Z43Z07042000B14Z1Z0602Z2000
3557 kHz: CIO A32Z0704Z2030B22Z666Z05021600
3360 kHz: VLB A3602051800B8285682051930C55
3640 kHz: SYN A69Z43Z07042000B14Z1Z0602Z2000
1722 UTC, 4780 kHz: CIO A32Z0704Z2030B22Z666Z05021600
1750 UTC, 3360 kHz: VLB A3602051800B8285682051930C55
3557 kHz: CIO A32Z0704Z2030B22Z666Z05021600
Pagina 117
1910
1912
08-2, 1845
09-2, 0540
13-2, 0550
UTC,
UTC,
UTC,
UTC,
UTC,
3640
4648
4780
5170
5170
4648
5170
5170
5170
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
kHz:
SYN
SYN
CIO
VLB
VLB
SYN
VLB
VLB
VLB
WUN-v12
A69Z43Z07042000B14Z1Z0602Z2000
A69Z43Z07042000B14Z1Z0602Z2000
A32Z0704Z2030B22Z666Z05021600
A3602051800B8285682051930C55
A3602051800B8285682051930C55
A69Z43Z07042000B14Z1Z0602Z2000
A2B376Z987C2
A987Z765B345Z66C78Z1234
2A55B16C25
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: V13
Not reported very often these days, but still alive and kicking: New
Star Broadcasting on 8300 kHz. This freq is the only one that has been
noted for quite a while. I wonder if the station is still active on the
other frequencies that it used in the past: 8375, 9725, 11430, 13750
and 15388 kHz. Please let us know if you copy the station on these
frequencies.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: V26
The Chinese LSB station was heard on 8621 kHz by Sferix in Taiwan.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* MORSE STATIONS *
::: MX
- Cluster beacons
D
P
S
C
A
F
K
M
-
5153.7, 7038.7, 8494.7, 16331.7 kHz
3594.7, 4557.8, 5153.8 kHz
5153.9, 7038.9, 16331.9 kHz
3594, 4558, 5154, 7039, 16332, 20048 kHz
7039.1 kHz
7039.2 kHz
7039.3 kHz
7039.4 kHz
- Channel markers
L - 3203.6 kHz
R - 4325.8, 5465.8 kHz
V - 3658 kHz
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M01
M01 is often reported in our Logs Section. Igor submitted the transcript
of the transmission on 6857 kHz, 1108 UTC on 7 February. Note that some
of the groups were sent once and that one group consisted of only 4
figures. Cut zero's.
952 952 952 (rp0d)
119 119 30 30 = =
26832 26832 40759 40759
76385 7_385 51894 _____
07465 07465 54413 54413
52311 52311 33440 33440
26129 26129 80035 80035
05816 05816 4744 4744
28176 28176
55545
19889
28889
37656
04325
67464
55545
_____
28889
37656
04325
67464
09283
41017
27782
06862
15912
57274
09283
41017
27782
06862
15912
57274
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30413
91371
44602
21503
12348
04826
30413
91371
44602
21503
12348
04826
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= = 119 119 30 30
000
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M03
From Mike comes the following transcript of a M03c transmission. Copied
on 9 Feb at 1000 UTC on 10384 kHz.
971/33 971/33 971/33 971/33 971/33 = =
77777 77777 71636 91040 08182 88279 54571 09434 97549 16145
69259 10738 98766 72558 87251 01709 65605 01358 77621 52103
43804 90975 56225 84738 40102 13365 49128 36351 45282 32962
06116 77777 77777 = =
000
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M13
Mark copied the following transmission of M13 on 1 Feb at 2330 UTC on a
new frequency in February: 5887 kHz.
474 (R5) BT
10683 34008
25733 03659
44445 24588
36224 58407
27188 =
474 (R1) BT
10683 34008
25733 03659
44445 24588
36224 58407
27188 =
000
257 21 =
03100 26658
21240 26604
59994 27459
36305 28444
27078
03311
22044
09487
257 21 =
03100 26658
21240 26604
59994 27459
36305 28444
27078
03311
22044
09487
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M21
PVO was reported on a number of frequencies with it's usual time strings
and plots.
4951.6 kHz, Id: 0
5873.0 kHz, Id: 8
=992335??8?????
=992336??8?????
6918.5 kHz, Id: 9
=99?1716?9?????
=1140?30248487
=2278890109071
See also M41.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M22
4XZ is still active with morse transmissions on 3 frequencies: 2680,
4331 and 6379 kHz. Mainly VVV strings, coded weather and coded messages.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
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::: M31
One of the last of its kind: FDG. Heard on 4923 kHz with
"VVV VVV VVV VVV VVV DE FDG FDG FDG AR"
And another one: FDI8 on 5322.5 kHz with
"VVV VVV VVV DE FDI8 FDI8 AR"
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M41
Frequency: 4959 kHz
9919246129534
9511033838734
9910246129436
9511033834536
1972 824404652136
297287010103
295117010305
Note:
Re N&O #103. The M21 variant that KPY2 heard on 4959 was M41. YMG8 is
one of its c/s. (Fritz)
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M62
Fritz sent me
for the first
The frequency
Message: QWD8
a note on 15-2 in which he writes that he has heard M62
time since November 2005.
is 5232 kHz. This used to be 3486 kHz.
QWD8 QWD8 +
4687.9 : Unid. Slovak Military? 0720 CW (F1A 480 Hz) slowly
repeating "C8FC C8FC C8FC +" (06Feb06)(KB)
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M89
The most active Chinese military station, callsign L9CC, has been logged
on a number of frequencies last month.
V CP17 CP17 CP17 DE L9CC L9CC
on 3551.4, 7000, 7029.5, 7057.8, 7063,
7065, 7082, 7084, 7089.4 kHz
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: NEW CUBAN station?
Tom Sevart sent us a note on 2 February in which he says:
"I had the unid station on 7975 at 1623Z this morning sending long
numbers. The station was transmitting in MCW so was easy copy in AM
mode. The signal was about an S5 in Kansas with fading, but I managed
to copy 225 groups before it abruptly stopped in the middle of the
next group. My guess is that this station might be for training of
some sort. It sure was a marathon copying session and one I haven't
done since my military days."
Mark Slaten has heard the station two days before Tom did and writes:
"7595 kHz, 1600 UTC, 30 Jan, 424 5FGs. The station started on the
hour with a single 44621 then a pause of maybe 10 seconds and then
started into sets of 10 5FGs. The first 2 numbers were 44621 62561
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the first fits in with the initial number. The 5FGs continued in
sets of 10 with a short pause after every 10. Half way through the
43rd set of two the transmission finished with 3059 after 50 minutes.
In the middle of the body of the message 44621 62561 was repeated
there were 15 10FGs between them. These numbers were immediately
followed by 69928 27589 there then appear to be 24 sets of 10 numbers
before 69928 27589 shows up again. Those numbers are immediately
followed by 54200 86283. These 2 numbers appeared earlier in the 22nd
of the 24 sets of 10 mentioned above.
The morse code appeared on this frequency on Friday and at least once
in the previous week. The last 2 happen to have coincided with what
should have been the first of a new set of numbers on the V02a
schedule.
Anyone have any ideas on this one? I am not sure of the day, so check
out all this week if you can. Thanks."
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* VARIOUS MODES *
S28
S30
S32
XSL
-
Buzzer on 4625 kHz
Pip on 3756 kHZ
Squeaky Wheel on 3828.9 and 5473.5 kHz
Slot Machine on 4231
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M42 & X06
5230.0
5932.0
7691.0
9171.0
10853.0
Mazielka call. 19-2, 2006 UTC.
Mazielka call. 21-2, 1933 UTC.
Mazielka call. 21-1, 1834 UTC.
Mazielka call. 17-2, 1646 UTC.
Dept of State Comms. "RGA". 12-2, 1308 UTC. Mode: RTTY 75/500
and ops chat in morse: "RGA RGA QSY 1217T 1217T". Nothing heard
on 12170 kHz.
13940.0 Mazielka call. 05-2, 1505 UTC.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: JAMMERS
- CUBA
The "Havana Gurgler" was heard on 9955 and 19907 kHz. The latter is a
harmonic.
Radio República was jammed by Cuba on 6010, 6135, 7110, 7160 and 7205
kHz.
- IRAN
Iran is still jamming the Voice of Iranian Kurdistan. Freqs: 3960,
3971 and 4849 kHz.
- LIBYA
Sowt Alamel - Voice of Hope was jammed on 17660, 17665 and 17670 kHz.
- NORTH KOREA
Radio Free North Korea is being jammed on 5880 kHz.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* UNID STATIONS *
The first unid was submitted by Glenn. He copied the following morse
message on 5168 kHz at 0558 UTC on 13-2. Ideas anyone?
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" .-.. ... -...- -. --- -. -...- --- "
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
The second unid comes from Day, who heard this morse station on 5100 kHz
at various times on 4 February. The messages were hand keyed. Not sure
if both were sent by the same station.
0001 UTC: Series of groups "BUK17 BYK35 BYT56 BOB78 BOS81 BOA43 BUR82
BAK01" etc. Ends "nil gb 73 va"
0152 UTC: "USU8 de UVJ5 gd qsa3 opn r8 qsa?"
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
Two others were mailed by Maciej:
4909.0 kHz: S5ZFK was heard on 0742 UTC on 5 Feb in Poland. Hand keyed.
5231.5 kHz: 0740 UTC, 5 Feb., 5FG msg. Ended with "T 5 1 B 7 K"
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
Our monthly unid stations reporter, Igor, is also present with 3 unids:
14682 kHz, 0249 UTC, 15-02-2006, mode: CW.
1: de 2811 ii qrk int k
= = aaa = = aaa
2: 2811 de 6k34
= = aaa t
= = aaa
aaa
2811 2811 de 6k34 6k34 i qrk i k k
1: r r r
6k34 6k34 de 2811 2811 ii qrk int int iii
qrk 2 2 ii qi as kk
qrk 2 2 ii qrk 2 2 k
2: r r r 6k34 6k34 ii qrk 2 2 aaa
Clues anyone?
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
7701 kHz, 18-2, 0657 UTC. Unid (probably) Chinese military station.
Mode: CW + USB (Chinese male). 4FGs cut numbers.
nr 36t ck 4t 26 t217 152t =
6tu4 u34t a437 u475 u6d5 4uat
a3dt 75t4 t5ut 4335 3ut3 unnt
a73a t34t ua6a u66a 765a 4735
duu4 37a3 ud45 t7du 6746 5n73
de usn7 usb usb usb (followed
3ud6 dt6a dn66
543a d63a 5nt5
4643 ndt5 46nd
5673 5d45 7376
by ops chat in
d3n5
nd36
nat4
3343 ar
Chinese)
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
10202 kHz, 18-2, 0306 UTC. Mode: CW. 5FGs.
vvvvvvvvv
1 k
vvvvvvvvv vvvvvvvvvvv vvvvvvvv vvvv
qsa1 k
vvvvvvvv vvvvvvv
nw nw 52892 82141 44698 kk
nw nw 52892 82141 44698 kk
nw nw 52892 82141 44698 k
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* MILITARY STATIONS *
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::: CIS, RUSSIAN & UKRAINIAN MILITARY CW & SSB STATIONS
Freq.
Station / remarks
-----------------------------------------------------------------------18.1
Russian Mil: Unid tx site. Strategic flash messages "XXX XXX RDL
RDL 05773 30965 WOLXNOTA 4881 5370 K", "XXX XXX RDL RDL 78766
01634 GOLAKANT 7119 7328 K"
2839
CIS Mil: "_MAP de 9CJQ ZXW ZFT ZVK QSW8 K"
3173
Russian Mil: B8SJ
3207
Russian Mil: "OVNC QJG QYT6 K". IL4U radio check with AEYN,
BXDY, 2WPS
3348
Ukrainian Mil: 8TOK "ZMT ZQI ZBN QYT4 K" (06Feb06) (RGA)
4246.5 CIS Mil: 5SI1 radio checks with E8HA and others.
5224
Russian navy, Sevastopol: RCV clg warship "RJT22 de RCV QAP K.
RJT22 de RCV QSA? K."
6912
Unid Russian naval vessel: RMGB wkg with RCV on the same freq.
7018
Russian Air Force, Moscow: REA4.
7044
Russian Air Force, Moscow: REA4.
7056
CIS Mil: WFHY clg MK4Y, 3WNO, SD1W, G6ZC, ME6P, 5KO2, 6DIH,
QZWJ, LXHA, ME6P, 5KO2, LHXA, MQDC, I8TA, YQZI, IX9W, HB4Z,
GHFG.
7067
CIS Mil: TWTU clg 3G4V
7748
Russian Mil: 1JKW msg to D9PF
10201
Russian Navy Sevastopol wkg with vessels RMGB and RJT22 on
12464 kHz. "RMGB DE RCV QDW 6912 K".
11354
Russian Air Force. Aircraft 52533 and 09541 wkg with PRIBOJ.
Other aircraft were wkg with NOVATOR.
12464
Unid Russian naval vessel: RMGB wkg with RCV. "RCV DE RMGB 413
77 171915 413 = FOR RJT22 = 11111 68730 77570......"
14092
Russian Air Force, Moscow. "XXX REA4 RGT77 81339 47122 TALABAN"
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: OTHER MILITARY CW & SSB STATIONS
Freq.
Station / remarks
-----------------------------------------------------------------------2120.0 Polish Mil/Civil Defense, Pomerania c/s Warmia: 23-2, 2053 USB
Monthly exercise of incoming danger/air raid.
2300.0 Polish Mil/Civil Defense, Pomerania c/s Warmia: 23-2, 2053 USB
Monthly exercise of incoming danger/air raid.
4237.9 Polish Mil: Kirucha 26(??)
4469.0 Polish Mil: Czaplinek 13 with radio checks and 5FGS to
Osowo 40, Kowerkot 80 and others, distorted, hard to understand,
over modulated
Fritz sent me the unit that belongs to c/s DHO60 that was mentioned in
N&O #103: "Lufttransportgeschwader 63 in Hohn (near Rendsburg).
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editor: Ary Boender
e-mail: [email protected]
________________________________________________________________________
LF expert Trond Jacobsen was the first to report the transmissions of
the historic station in Grimeton, Sweden, c/s SAQ on 17.2 kHz. He copied
the following message:
"v v v de saq = this is a transmission from grimeton radio/saq on 17,2
khz with the alexanderson alternator = this transmission is mainly for
receiving purposes. qsl reports are kindly received on e-mail to : info
SK alexander.n.se = signed : the association alexander = grimeton
veteranradios vaenner AR de saq saq saq SK qrd ii qrz at 13rtt with msg
v v v v de saq saq saq"
The following press release gives more information:
TRANSMISSIONS FROM SAQ
We will try to start the Alexanderson alternator on Sunday
19th February 2006 at 09.00 UTC and 13.00 UTC. We will run
the transmitter for about half an hour each time.
The frequency is 17.2 kHz CW.
QSL reports can be given via:
- E-mail to: [email protected]
- or fax to: +46-340-674195
- or via SM bureau
- or direct by mail to: Alexander - Grimeton Veteranradios Vaenner,
Radiostationen, Grimeton 72, S-430 16 ROLFSTORP, SWEDEN
Note: SAQ is now a member of the Swedish Amateur Association (SSA)
and "QSL via bureau" is OK.
The transmissions will start with a short message followed by
a "VVV DE SAQ"-slip for at least 30 minutes each time to make it
possible to adjust receiving sets and antennas.
Also read the web site: www.alexander.n.se
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0A couple of Spanish stations were observed on 3 frequencies.
14060 kHz, unid, talking about redecorating or building a house,
"Madrid-Pamplona". Changed freq to 13995 kHz.
14080 kHz, male and female operators mentioning "31 Sevilla".
14118 kHz, male and female operators mentioning "31 Pamplona".
Changed freq to 13995 kHz.
Italian nuns and fathers were heard on 14275, 14280 and 14295 kHz.
From the IRC channel #wunclub we received some MARS logs. Copied on
4011.8 kHz USB (AAT3CW), 4517 kHz USB (AV4XR, AAT4XS), 7324 kHz USB
(AFA1BQ) and 7305 kHz USB (AFF3K).
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* AERO NEWS *
Bert Paull from down under informs us about a new LDOC station in
Australia. Much appreciated Bert!
"A rarity these days, but here are some new Aero Company frequencies,
operating in English, and in the clear, for the "Jetstar" Airline.
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(www.jetstar.com.au)
Jetstar is a wholly owned QANTAS subsidiary which has been operating
a no-frills, low fare, service throughout Australia for sometime, but
has recently expanded to the SW Pacific with services to New Zealand.
Frequencies so far heard are 8855, and 10045 khz, USB, but no doubt
others exist. Callsigns heard are "Jetstar dispatch", and aircraft
flight numbers. Messages are brief and infrequent, and are more likely
to occur between 1900 and 1300 hrs UTC, although H24 operation is
possible.
QANTAS aircraft are also able to contact the base station, but there
is no link to QANTAS operations. Phone patches are possible, but none
have been heard."
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* SPACE COMMUNICATIONS *
SUITSAT-1
"There's a new satellite orbiting Earth, and it's a weird one. On Friday,
Feb. 3rd, at 6:02 pm EST, astronauts threw an old Russian spacesuit
overboard from the International Space Station. The disembodied suit,
nicknamed SuitSat, is now circling Earth and transmitting a radio message
which you can hear using a police scanner or ham radio tuned to 145.990
MHz (FM)." (Space Weather News)
AMSAT-OSCAR-54 / AO-54 SUITSAT
Catalog Number: 28933
Release date : February 3, 2006
Callsign
: RS0RS
Downlink
: 145.990 FM
Modes
: FM Voice Telemetry/Greetings "This is SUITSAT 1 amateur
radio station RS0RS" in various languages.
FM SSTV
Expected life : 70-120 days
Official website: http://www.suitsat.org
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WUN LOGS COLUMN
===============
Feb
2006
============
Edited by Eddie Bellerby ([email protected])
ably assisted by the following logs collectors:Jim Dunnett
[email protected]
Bob Yellen
[email protected]
Steve J. Walker
[email protected]
Jan
Feb
-
Total logs
==========
2109 individual logs
2558
"
"
00018.1 Unid: Russian Navy/MIL HQ Moscow, unid tx site,
Pagina 125
00019.5
00019.5
00019.6
00020.3
00020.9
00020.9
00020.9
00021.7
00021.7
00022.1
00022.1
00022.1
00023.4
00023.4
00023.4
00024
00025
00025
00025
00025
00025.2
00037.5
00037.5
00040.7
00040.7
00044.2
00045.9
00045.9
00051.9
00051.9
00057.4
00057.4
00065.8
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Russia 1355 F1B FSK morse, strategic flash message to unid
unit RDL;"xxx xxx rdl rdl 78766 01634 golakant 7119 7328"
msg rptd, then "k" (02/Feb/2006)(TJ)
GBZ: RN Criggion G 07:45 Psk/200/200 encrypted
(21 Jan) (PPA)
GBZ: RN Anthorn G 0745 PSK/200/200 encrypted
(21Jan06) (PPA)
: Royal Navy prob. Skelton 0730 UNID/200/100
(29Jan06) (KB)
ICV: Navy Tavola 0750 UNID/200/100 (29Jan06) (KB)
HWU: FN Le Blanc F 07:40 Psk/200/200 encrypted
(21 Jan) (PPA)
HWU: FN Le Blanc F 0740 PSK/200/200 encrypted
(21Jan06) (PPA)
HWU: Navy Rosnay/Le Blanc 0740 UNID/200/100
(29Jan06) (KB)
HWU: FN Le Blanc F 07:37 Psk/200/200 encrypted
(21 Jan) (PPA)
HWU: FN Le Blanc F 0737 PSK/200/200 encrypted
(21Jan06) (PPA)
: RN Anthorn G 0733 PSK/100/100 encrypted (21Jan06) (PPA)
: Royal Navy prob. Skelton 0735 UNID/100/50
(29Jan06) (KB)
RN Anthorn: G 07:33 Psk/100/100 encrypted (21 Jan) (PPA)
DHO38/DHJ58/DHJ59: Navy Ramsloh 0810 UNID 200/100
(29Jan06) (KB)
DHO38: DN Saterland-Ramsloh D 08:38 Psk/200/200
encrypted (21 Jan) (PPA)
DHO38: DN Saterland-Ramsloh D 0838 PSK/200/200
encrypted (21Jan06) (PPA)
NAA: Navy Cutler ME 0720 UNID 200/100 (29Jan06) (KB)
RJH63: Navy TS Krasnodar 1055 CW tx adjustments. At
1106 into regular schedule with id "rjh_63" (28Jan06) (KB)
RJH66: Navy TS Bishkek KGZ 1001 CW tx on At 1006
into regular schedule starting with id "rjh66"
(29Jan06) (KB)
RJH69: Navy TS Molodecno BLR 0706 CW id pulses and
N0N sequence 25.1/25.5/23 /20.5 kHz until 0747
(29Jan06) (KB)
RJH77: Navy TS Arkhangelsk 0901 CW tx on at 0906
into regular schedule with id "rjh77" (29Jan06) (KB)
NML4?: Navy La Moure ND? 0805 UNID probably 200/100.
Weak vanished in IM when Ramsloh/23.4 went on air
(29Jan06) (KB)
NRK: NAS Keflavik ICE 07:52 Psk/200/200 encrypted
(21 Jan) (PPA)
NRK: NAS Keflavik ICE 0752 PSK/200/200 encrypted
(21Jan06) (PPA)
NAU: USN Aguada PTR 07:54 Psk/200/200 encrypted
(21 Jan) (PPA)
NAU: USN Aguada PTR 0754 PSK/200/200 encrypted
(21Jan06) (PPA)
SRC: Swedish Navy Ruda 0747 RTTY/50/85 5LGs. At 0910
press review (26Jan06) (KB)
NSY: USN Niscemi I 08:04 Psk/200/200 encrypted
(21 Jan) (PPA)
NSY: USN Niscemi I 0804 PSK/200/200 encrypted
(21Jan06) (PPA)
GYN1: RN Thurso G 08:07 Fsk/50/85 encrypted
(21 Jan) (PPA)
GYN1: RN Crimond G 0807 FSK/50/85 encrypted
(21Jan06) (PPA)
: USN Grindavik ICE 0809 PSK/100/100 encrypted
(21Jan06) (PPA)
USN Grindavik ICE: 08:09 Psk/100/100 encrypted
(21 Jan) (PPA)
FUE: FN Brest F 08:14 Psk/200/200 encrypted
(21 Jan) (PPA)
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00065.8 FUE: FN Brest F 0814 PSK/200/200 encrypted (21Jan06) (PPA)
00081
GYN2: RN Skelton G 0815 FSK/50/85 encrypted ,strong
signal (21Jan06) (PPA)
00081.0 GYN2: RN London G 08:15 Fsk/50/85 encrypted ,strong
signal (21 Jan) (PPA)
00082.8 MKL: RAF MATELO Secure Bcast Northwood via Crimond
LF Site Scotland 1611 NATO-75/75/70. // 4732 8988.
(25Jan06) (RGA)
00084.5 : unid navy station 0820 FSK/50/170 encrypted
(21Jan06) (PPA)
00084.5 unid: navy station 08:20 Fsk /50/170 encrypted
(21 Jan) (PPA)
00126.1 : unid Datatrak station 0823 FSK/P0N/80 pulsing
every 1680 mS (21Jan06) (PPA)
00126.1 no call: unid Datatrak station 08:23 Fsk/P0N/80
pulsing every 1680 mS (21 Jan) (PPA)
00131.7 : Datatrak Slootdorp HOL 0824 FSK/P0N/80 pulsing
every 1680 mS (21Jan06) (PPA)
00131.7 no call: Datatrak Slootdorp HOL 08:24 Fsk/P0N/80
pulsing every 1680 mS (21 Jan) (PPA)
00133.2 : unid Datatrak station 0824 FSK/P0N/80 pulsing
every 1680 mS (21Jan06) (PPA)
00133.2 no call: unid Datatrak station 08:24 Fsk/P0N/80
pulsing every 1680 mS (21 Jan) (PPA)
00136
: unid Datatrak station 0826 FSK/P0N/80 pulsing
every 1680 mS (21Jan06) (PPA)
00136.0 no call: unid Datatrak station 08:26 Fsk/P0N/80
pulsing every 1680 mS (21 Jan) (PPA)
00141.4 : unid Datatrak station 0827 FSK/P0N/80 pulsing
every 1680 mS (21Jan06) (PPA)
00141.4 no call: unid Datatrak station 08:27 Fsk/P0N/80
pulsing every 1680 mS (21 Jan) (PPA)
00144.6 : Datatrak Slootdorp HOL 0827 FSK/P0N/80 Pulsing
every 1680 mS (21Jan06) (PPA)
00144.6 no call: Datatrak Slootdorp HOL 08:27 Fsk/P0N/80
Pulsing every 1680 mS (21 Jan) (PPA)
00146.4 : unid Datatrak station 0836 FSK/P0N/80 Pulsing
every 1680 mS (21Jan06) (PPA)
00146.4 no call: unid Datatrak station 08:36 Fsk/P0N/80
Pulsing every 1680 mS (21 Jan) (PPA)
00150.3 : unid Datatrak station 0829 FSK/P0N/80 Pulsing
every 1680 mS (21Jan06) (PPA)
00150.3 no call: unid Datatrak station 08:29 Fsk/P0N/80
Pulsing every 1680 mS (21 Jan) (PPA)
00295.0 FNP: NDB (unid location) 2322 CW marker
(11/FEB/2006) (IDS)
00305.0 S: Civ NDB Mariehamn, Finland 0015 A1A morse 400 Hz
modulation (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00310.0 KUR: Civ/Mil NDB Kuopio Kurki, Finland 0002 A1A
morse 400 Hz modulation (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00312.0 KBG: Mil NDB Karlsborg, Sweden 0034 A1A morse 400 Hz
modulation (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00322.0 GDA: Civ NDB Gdansk Rebiechowo, Poland 0110 A1A
morse 1020 Hz modulation (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00322.0 OD: Civ NDB Örnsköldsvik, Sweden 0126 A1A morse 400
Hz modulation (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00323.0 SMA: Civ NDB Santa Maria, Azores 0119 A1A morse 1020
Hz modulation (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00324.0 HE: Civ NDB Notodden Heddal, Norway 0138 A1A morse
400 Hz modulation (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00324.0 ON: Civ NDB Norrköping Kungsängen, Sweden 0138 A1A
morse 400 Hz modulation (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00325.0 PG: Priv NDB Trollhättan Vänersborg, Sweden 0138 A1A
morse 400 Hz modulation (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00331.0 TE: Civ NDB Thisted, Denmark 1718 A1A morse 400Hz
modulation (usb only) (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00334.0 OPA: Civ NDB Oslo Gardermoen Oppaker, Norway 1722
A1A morse 400Hz modulation (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
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00335.0 RIM: Civ/Mil NDB Rimini Miramare, Italy 2336 A1A
morse 1020 Hz mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00336.0 Civ/Mil NDB Bergen Flesland Bratta, Norway 2330 A1A
morse 400 Hz mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00336.0 RS: Civ NDB Røros, Norway 2326 A1A morse 400 Hz mod
(13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00337.0 KAJ: Civ NDB Kajaani, Finland 2312 A1A morse 400 Hz
mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00337.0 OZ: Söderhamn Skallen, Sweden 2318 A1A morse 400 Hz
mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00338.0 OA: Civ NDB Jönköping, Sweden 2315 A1A morse 400 Hz
mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00339.0 SD: Civ NDB Sindal, Denmark 1726 A1A morse 400Hz
modulation (usb only) (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00341.0 POR: Civ/Mil NDB Pori, Finland 1730 A1A morse 400Hz
modulation (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00342.0 LL: Civ NDB Fagernes Leirin, Norway 1728 A1A morse
400Hz modulation (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00345.0 BN: Civ NDB Kristiansand Kjevik Birkeland, Norway
1748 A1A morse 400Hz modulation (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00346.0 GS: Civ/Mil NDB Gävle Sandviken, Sweden 1748 A1A
morse 400Hz modulation (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00347.0 MSK: Civ NDB Oslo Gardermoen Morskogen, Norway 1801
A1A morse 400Hz modulation (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00347.0 MSK: Civ NDB Oslo Gardermoen Morskogen, Norway 2346
A1A morse 400 Hz mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00347.5 TD: Civ NDB Teesside, UK 2346 A1A morse 400 Hz mod
(13/Dec/2005) (TJ)
00348.0 SAD: Civ NDB Leknes Sandsund, Norway 2356 A1A morse
400 Hz mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00348.0 WA: Civ NDB Stockholm Arlanda, Sweden 2354 A1A morse
400 Hz mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00348.5 LG: Civ/Mil NDB Liege Bierset, Belgium 2359 A1A
morse 1020 Hz mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00349.0 TAR: Civ/Mil NDB Ørlandet Tarva, Norway 2350 A1A
morse 400 Hz mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00351.0 OV: Civ NDB Visby, Sweden 1831 A1A morse 400Hz
modulation (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00351.0 SAV: Civ NDB Savolinna, Finland 1826 A1A morse 400Hz
modulation (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00371
FRS: NDB FROSINONE 1515 CW GOOD (13Feb06) (FC)
00374.0 FLV: Civ/Mil NDB Bodø Fleinvær, Norway 2230 A1A
morse 400 Hz modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00374.5 ANC: Civ/Mil NDB Ancona Falconara,Italy 2213 A1A
morse 1020 Hz modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00375.0 CHO: Enroute NDB Choclwel, Poland 1852 A1A morse
1020 Hz modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00375.0 FR: Civ/Mil NDB Pori, Finland 1607 A1A morse 400 Hz
modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00375.0 RB: Priv NDB Örebro, Sweden 1549 A1A morse 400 Hz
modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00375.0 TR: Philips Tor-E platform helideck, IW (N56-38-31
E003-19-37) 2206 A1A morse 400 Hz modulation ID reptd twice
(11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00376.0 LN: Civ/Mil NDB Hultsfred, Sweden 1554 A1A morse 400
Hz modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00377.0 KN: Civ NDB Norrköping Kungsängen, Sweden 1600 A1A
morse 400 Hz modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00377.0 SM: Priv NDB Mora Siljan, Sweden 1558 A1A morse 400
Hz modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00378.0 OS: Civ NDB Sundsvall Härnösand, Sweden 1615 A1A
morse 400 Hz modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00378.0 RSY: Civ NDB Stavanger Sola Rennesøy, Norway 1617
A1A morse 400 Hz modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00379.0 REK: NDB Reksten, Norway 1614 A1A morse 400 Hz
modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00380.0 FLR: Mil NDB Trondheim Værnes Flornes, Norway 1623
A1A morse 400 Hz modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
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00381.0 ESP: Civ NDB Helsinki Vantaa Espoo, Finland 1623 A1A
morse 400 Hz modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00383.0 ERK: Enroute NDB Erken, Sweden 1746 A1A morse 400 Hz
modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00383.0 LST: Mil NDB Lista, Norway 1635 A1A morse 400 Hz
modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00383.0 SHD: Enroute NDB Scotstownhead, Scotland 1746 A1A
morse 400 Hz modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00384.0 HNS: Civ NDB Sandane Anda Høynes, Norway 1635 A1A
morse 400 Hz modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00385.0 KV: Mil NDB Halli, Finland 1800 A1A morse 400 Hz
modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00386.0 LK: Civ NDB Tallin Ülemiste, Estonia 1800 A1A morse
400 Hz modulation (11/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00404.0 VNG: Enroute NDB Vangsnes, Norway 2240 A1A morse 400
Hz mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00474.0 RZ: Civ NDB Rzeszów Jasionka, Poland 0055 A1A morse
1020 Hz modulation (12/Dec/2005)(TJ)
00490
FRL: CROSS La GardeFrance (S) 1900 NAVTEX Submarine
operations - Provence/Cap Cepet. (27Jan06) (FC)
00518
9AS: Split Radio (Croatia) (Q) 0640 NAVTEX Adriatic
shipping forecast. (22Jan06) (FC)
00518
CTV: MONSANTO RADIO 2250 NAVTEX NAV WARN. (15Feb06) (FC)
00518
FRC: CROSS CorsenFrance (A) 0005 NAVTEX Firing areas
and Ouessant traffic separation scheme MIBs.
(28Jan06) (FC)
00518
FRL: LA GARDE RADIO 2340 NAVTEX NAV WARN. (15Feb06) (FC)
00518
IQA: AUGUSTA RADIO 2330 NAVTEX NAV WARN. (15Feb06) (FC)
00518
IQX: TRIESTE RADIO 2320 NAVTEX NAV WARN. (15Feb06) (FC)
00518
LGQ: RogalandRadio (L) Norway 2250 NAVTEX Meteo and
MIBs. (27Jan06) (FC)
00518
LGQ: RogalandRadio Norway (L) 2250 NAVTEX MIBs.
(27Jan06) (FC)
00518
PBK: Netherlands CG Den Helder (P) 2230 NAVTEX MIBs.
(27Jan06) (FC)
00518
PBK: Netherlands Coastguard Radio (P) 2230 NAVTEX
MIBs. (27Jan06) (FC)
00518
SVL: Limnos Radio Greece (L) 0150 NAVTEX MIB firing
exercises - Agean. (22Jan06) (FC)
00534.0 SL: Civ NDB Bydgoszcz Szwederowo, Poland 2243 A1A
morse 400 Hz mod (13/Dec/2005)(TJ)
01638
OFK: Turku Radio Vaasa 0635 USB nav wngs (21Jan06) (KB)
01677
OFK: Turku Radio Mariehamn 0640 USB nav wngs
(21Jan06) (KB)
01704
OXZ: Lyngby Radio Skamlebaek 1738 USB nav wngs
(25Jan06) (KB)
01704.0 OXZ: // 1734 // 1758 OXZ lyngby ID 0608 USB dan
wxnaws 11fev06 ML
01704.0 OXZ: lyngby ID 1748 USB eng naws 10fev06 ML
01719
OFK: Turku Radio Hailuoto 1840 USB wx & nav wngs and
ice report in Finnish //2810 (19Jan06) (KB)
01734
OXZ: Lyngby Radio Blavand 1743 USB nav wngs
(25Jan06) (KB)
01758
OXZ: Lyngby Radio Skagen 1737 USB nav wngs (25Jan06) (KB)
01797.0 SDJ: stockholm r 0742 eng sued wx naws 4fev06
01880.0 holihead r: * 1739 USB d/x 10fev06 ML
01888
IPD: Civitavecchia Radio Italy 2011 USB Weather
fcast in Italian. Prob relay of RomeRadio. (15Feb06) (RGA)
01915.0 dial: BMS Oceanic 0700 arq weather report from
kuewaz n (10Feb06)(wp3)
02072.1 : German Coastguard 2020 ARQ Seewetterdienst sea
areas forecasts in DWD format in German.
(15Feb06) (RGA)
02072.1 cuxhaven gcg: 0716 ARQ wx 5fev06 ML
02182
OST: OSTENDE RADIO 2230 USB (10-Feb-06) (FC)
02182.0 IAR: roma 2044 USB securité 31jan06 ML
02182.0 SVH: iraklion r 2042 USB grec / eng mayday "man over
board " position 31jan06 ML
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02217.4
02217.4
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HOCR: Ship Mol Progress (Panama Flag) 2050 DSC RQs
CROSS Corsen France for security check.
(27Jan06) (RGA)
3FWE9: Ludvig Andersen (Panama Flag) 2013 DSC RQs
Alder Ingebrigten/LAYF for simplex telephone conversation on
6221.6 kHz. (10Feb06) (RGA)
7TBR: El Djazair II (Algeria) 2145 DSC RQs MRCC
Valencia/Almeria Spain for safety check. OXZ BQs.
(21Jan06) (RGA)
9VPD: Maritime Master (Singapore) 2054 DSC RQs MRCC
Tarifa/ Almeria for safety test. (27Jan06) (RGA)
: MRCC Las Palmas 2034 DSC CQ all ships for voice
bcast on 2182 kHz USB. (27Jan06) (RGA)
: MRCC Tarifa/Almeria Spain 2051 DSC All ships call
for bulletins on 2182 kHz USB. (27Jan06) (RGA)
: MRCC Tarifa/Almeria Spain 2157 DSC Routine RQ to
MRCC Tenerife giving frequency 2182 kHz USB. (??)
(21Jan06) (RGA)
: Samsun R. 0218 DSC to 445633000 ship North Korea
(21Jan06) (AI)
BOJF: Ying He Hai (PRC) 2132 DSC RQs Lyngby
Radio/OXZ Denmark for safety test. OXZ BQs. (21Jan06) (RGA)
FNGP: Scandola (France) 1952 DSC RQs Girolata/FPOD
for simplex telephone conversation on 2177 kHz.
(10Feb06) (RGA)
GCLG: Grampian Haven (Scotland) 2131 DSC RQs
LyngbyRadio/OXZ Denmark for safety test. OXZ BQs.
(21Jan06) (RGA)
GJCT: Viking Protector (GB) 2026 DSC RQs Trafalgar
Guardian/MSHF2 for simplex telephone conversation on 3150
kHz. 3150 kHz active in Dutch/Flemish on top of E10.
(10Feb06) (RGA)
LAJC5: Sten Odin (Norway) 2233 DSC RQs MRCC Shetland
for safety check. (26Jan06) (RGA)
Samsun R. 0218 DSC to 445633000 ship North Korea
(21Jan06) (AI)
SVO: JRCC Piraeus Greece 2149 DSC Sends geographical
call for area between 39N 020E and 29N 040E giving USB
frequencies 2799 receive and 2134 kHz transmit. (??)
(21Jan06) (RGA)
TCPL: Paksoy-I (Turkey) 2027 DSC RQs MRCC Ankara/TAH
for safety test. (10Feb06) (RGA)
UAEH: Keret (Russia) 2144 DSC RQs LyngbyRadio/OXZ
Denmark for safety test. OXZ BQs. (21Jan06) (RGA)
XSS: 'XSS' Net 1658 ALE/USB Sounds on 2199 3161 3227
and 4266.5 kHz. (01Feb06) (RGA)
XSS: Unid 1250 ALE/USB sndg. (26/jan/06) (sw)
unid: 0719 ARQ-e/86 5fev06 ML
XSS: 'XSS Net' 2008 ALE/USB Sounds. (08Feb06) (RGA)
XSS: 'XSS' Net 1757 ALE/USB Sounding. (17Feb06) (RGA)
XSS: Unid 'XSS Net' 2045 ALE/USB Sounding. (25Jan06) (RGA)
ABERDEEN COASTGUARD : Aberdeen SCO 2025 USB Northern
North Sea area forecasts. (15Feb06) (RGA)
Aberdeen Coastguard: 2324 usb wx and navigational
warnings (3Feb06)(wp3)
ukcg: aberdeen 0720 USB eng nice accent sig4!/wx
...orkney region 5fev06 ML
: Unid 2038 RTTY/50/170 Two telegrams from Murmansk
to unid vessels. (15Feb06) (RGA)
nocall: prob RDLV: prb CIS MIL 2007 CW 5fg hand tx
(08-feb-2006)(MSM)
: RN/NATO Secure Bcast 2047 NATO-75/75/850 Short
(prob test) messages all 15s long in KG84.
(15Feb06) (RGA)
german air force: ? 2322 arq-e/85,7/180 betas only
(3Feb06) (wp3)
BF5S: Russian Military 1925 CW Y1OH de BF5S QTC ZMK
K. BF5S 125 46 27 2220 125 = ZMK 011 = PPPPP OLHIO KSIKG ...
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02474.0
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02598.0
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02623
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02671.3
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02810
02819
02819
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02819
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KSIKG WUPRW 796 K. Nothing heard of NCS on 2282 kHz.
(27Jan06) (RGA)
O5O9: Russian Military 1939 CW OK ZCG ZMQ ZRW ZFR
ZKZ QSW8 K. (27Jan06) (RGA)
OYR: aasiat grl ? 0627 USB dan duplex om11fev06 ML
---: IN LE CIARA 2336 SITOR/A 100/E/170 "zbz 4/5"
(15/Feb)(DW)
0A: IN HAULBOWLINE 2334 SITOR/A 100/E/170 Selcalls
CVVE then request zbz (15/Feb)(DW)
idr8: I Navy Rome 1825 rtty 75/850 availability
(3Feb06) (wp3)
PBB: DN DEN HELDER 1959 RTTY 75/N/800 CARB. Chans
04c active (15/Feb)(DW)
pbb: Dutch Navy Goeree 1748 rtty 75/850 availability
(3Feb06) (wp3)
dbgz: german coast guard ship BP26 Eschwege 0905 arq
+eee dbgz nr 194 2901 1102= 01 kwo= position bp26
291~00jan06 - 150 08 53la= bp 26,graumann -kmdt.- 290106+
$uewaz o+? quiiq dbgz x 290106 1006 (29Jan06)(wp3)
dbgz: German Coast Guard ship BP26 Eschwege 1702
sitor-a +eee dbgz055 08 27ca.= bp 26, birkholz &#8211;wo030206 (3Feb06) (wp3)
OXZ: Lyngby Radio Bornholm 1745 USB nav wngs
(25Jan06) (KB)
canadian cg: ? 0747 USB eng wx 12fev06 ML
canadian cg: cartwgt ID
0738>0745 USB eng
wxprevisions 12fev06 ML
PBK: Netherlands Coastguard 0940 USB wx robot voice.
Freq not listed. Scheveningen site? Appears too weak here
for Appingedam (the only? other CG HF stn) //3673
(15Jan06) (KB)
DRCF: FGS S72 Puma 1841 USB wkg DHJ59 (25Jan06) (KB)
nocall: prob CIS MIL 2019 CW 5fg msg ened with
"ZKDV" (08-feb-2006)(MSM)
Dbfo: Ger coast guard? 1955 Sitor-A/100 wx rep fot
the N.Sea qsb (08-feb-2006)(MSM)
cross corsen: ? 0727 USB fr wx forecasts 5fev06ML
4XZ: ISR Navy Haifa 2032 CW ID msg (08-feb-2006)(MSM)
JWT: Navy Stavanger 1700 USB wkg B1W and E8O
(26Jan06) (KB)
fishermen: 2024 USB norv? d/x 10fev06 ML
YQI: Constanta Radio 1939 USB nav wngs (23Jan06) (KB)
YQI: COSTANTA RADIO 1933 USB Nav Warnings (13Feb06) (FC)
canadian cg: 0754 USB franç wx previsions12fev06 ML
fishermen: 0823 USB hol d/x 15fev06 ML
VC6: Estonian Army 1721 ALE/USB "TO:OV5 TIS:VC6"
(20/Jan/06) (AA)
VC6: Estonian Army 1722 ALE/USB "TO:DV9 TIS:VC6"
(20/Jan/06) (AA)
VC6: Estonian Army 1725 ALE/USB "TO:RX1 TIS:VC6"
(20/Jan/06) (AA)
IDF: MESSINA RADIO 1910 USB Nav Warnings. (13Feb06) (FC)
OFK: Turku Radio Helsinki 1835 USB wx & nav wngs and
ice report in English (19Jan06) (KB)
VENI88: Unid 1819 ALE/USB clg VENI92 and VENI97 who
both respond. Short serial-tone dig tfc and voice. Language
id not feasible domestic QRM on this freq. (19Jan06) (KB)
VENI89: Unid. Norwegian net? 1913 ALE/USB clg
VENI96. String "tweita" in AMD (07Feb06) (KB)
VENI92: Unid. NOR? 1216 ALE/USB clg VENI97, 1456 clg
VENI99 (08Feb06) (KB)
VENI96: Unid. NOR? 2011 ALE/USB clg VENI89 (07Feb06) (KB)
VENI97: Unid. NOR? 1141 ALE/USB clg VENI88, also at
1209. At 1147 clg VENI99 (08Feb06) (KB)
VENI99: Unid. NOR? 1157 ALE/USB clg VENI88 (08Feb06) (KB)
9CJQ: CIS Military 2120 CW _MAP de 9CJQ ZXW ZFT ZVK
QSW8 K. (06Feb06) (RGA)
rostov volmet: 2026 USB russ "stavropol...tempqnh
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03264.4
03275.4
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03299
03300
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..." 10fev06 ML
: Irish Fishermen 2034 USB Heavy accent much
swearing. (29Jan06) (RGA)
PLA: US GHFS Stn Lajes Azores 2014 ALE/USB Sounding.
(21Jan06) (RGA)
PLA: US GHFS Stn Lajes Azores 2035 ALE/USB Sounds.
(25Jan06) (RGA)
PCD2: E10 Mossad 2032 USB YL repeating call PCD2 in
maritime telephone QRM. (10Feb06) (RGA)
BJ22: Algerian MOI/Military 1759 ALE/USB "TO:UM22
TIS:BJ22" (24/Jan/06) (AA)
XFU: UNID 0810 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Sounding
(19/Jan)(DW)
XGH: UNID 0801 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng
XSS. 0804 responds to XSS. 0808 clng XSS (19/Jan)(DW)
XSS: UNID 0804 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng
XGH. Sounding. 0808 responds to XGH (19/Jan)(DW)
XSS: Unid 1250 ALE/USB clg XAS (26/jan/06) (sw)
: Unid 0736 ARQ-E/85.7/170 idling (21Jan06) (KB)
B8SJ: Russian Military 2047 CW In traffic ... 2340
503 = 893 = PPPPP ÖIyHE ICWWZ ... IDAEX KAKBD = 893 K. B8SJ
QRV K. Receiving and reading back: B8SJ 956 25 1 2350 956 =
893 = PPPPP FHTIQ VHPYE ... PRSOÄ KBKBD = 893 K
(01Feb06) (RGA)
: Unid 0737 ARQ-E/85.7/170 idling (21Jan06) (KB)
LOR: Argentine Ny Puerto Belgrano 0104 Sitor-B Wx
forecast (03/02/06) (AJP)
WARSZAWA2: : MOI Warsaw POL 19:37 USB/ALE sounding
(4 Feb) (PPA)
WARSZAWA2: MOI Warsaw POL 1937 ALE/USB sounding
(04Feb06) (PPA)
WARSZAWA3: : MOI Warsaw POL 19:36 USB/ALE sounding
(4 Feb) (PPA)
WARSZAWA3: MOI Warsaw POL 1936 ALE/USB sounding
(04Feb06) (PPA)
HA43: Algerian Mil. 1855 ALE/USB clg HA40 (08Feb06) (KB)
HA52: Algerian Mil. 1851 ALE/USB clg HA48 (08Feb06) (KB)
LZ51: Algerian Mil. 1918 ALE/USB clg LZ50 (08Feb06) (KB)
IL4U: Russian Military 2024 CW Comms check with at
least AEYN BXDY 2WPS. (29Jan06) (RGA)
OVNC: Russian Military 2014 CW OVNC QJG QYT6 K.
(01Feb06) (RGA)
QHN3: Russian Military 1813 CW Msg for IDNQ: QHN3
699 13 27 2106 699 = 187 = PPPPP FNLüU XVDLK ... XVDLK WUPäP
879 K. IDNQ request corrections and gives R 699 K on QSX
freq 3393 kHz. (27Jan06) (RGA)
capucine: ff? 2031 USB "ceci est une emissionde - p
destinée aureglage de votre rx" 10fev06 ML
XSS: Unid 1252 ALE/USB sndg. (26/jan/06) (sw)
: Unid 1954 ARQ-E/46/160 idling (24Jan06) (KB)
: Tashkent Meteo 1803 FAX/120/576 unid analysis
chart in noise. Again moved here from 4067 kHz
(03Feb06) (KB)
V1S000OEKCOPER: Unid 2155 ALE/USB Calls
S4S000OGBMRM. (08Feb06) (RGA)
SAB: Globe Wireless Göteborg Sweden 2023 GLOBEDATA
Idling. (21Jan06) (RGA)
: Unid. D AF? 0729 UNID/3*192/200 spaced approx. 700
Hz. Offair 0731 (21Jan06) (KB)
: Unid Aero Station 2042 ARQ-E/46.2/140 Active but
no decode apart from VZCZC KAA90. (29Jan06) (RGA)
V3QG: Russian Military 2047 CW Message for YKZ8:
V3QG 284 48 27 2335 284 = 842 = AAAAA DDDDD FOHGB ÜKKZA ...
VXÜRH BVKGE K. YKZ8 QSLs on same freq YKZ8 R 284 K.
(27Jan06) (RGA)
RHI: Unid 0120 ALE/USB clg AAI also at 0250
(26Jan06) (KB)
RHI: Unid 2232 ALE/USB clg AAI. Also at 0135
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03300
RHP: Unid 0140 ALE/USB clg AAP. Also at 0221 0301
0331 0351 (26Jan06) (KB)
03314
RJF94: Russian Navy 2118 CW RCH84 de RJF94 QTC K.
RJF94 824 14 28 0035 824 = 911 = 92851 12422 ... 23147
28012 = AR RJF94 K. OK QRU K. (27Jan06) (RGA)
03322
: Russian Air Defence (PVO) 2025 CW Plots: =
13021033639451=13022034919951. 992328??0?????=
002329??0????? =13021033639452=13022034919951. 99 ... etc.
(21Jan06) (RGA)
03334
: CIS Military 2046 MS-5/4800/USB Enciphered
vocoder. (29Jan06) (RGA)
03348
8TOK: Ukranian Military 2143 CW ZMT ZQI ZBN QYT4 K.
(06Feb06) (RGA)
03360
VLBA: E10 Mossad 1604 USB VLBA3602051800B828568
2051930C55. (05/feb/06) (AA)
03375
8BJ5: CIS Military 1900 CW Bcasts 8BJ5 8BJ5 8BJ5 ZTV
ZTB ZTW QYT1 AR. (14Feb06) (RGA)
03383
: CIS Military 1949 81-81/81/250 Slow revs and precipher opchat. (25Jan06) (RGA)
03390
MGJ: RN Secure Bcast Info 2038 RTTY/75/850 CARBs 02a
04. (21Jan06) (RGA)
03390.0 MGJ: Gbr-N Faslane Naval Scotland 2009 J2b 75/850
CARB (04/feb/06) (sw)
03390.0 MGJ: RN FASLANE 2017 RTTY 75/N/850 CARB "02a 04"
(31/Jan)(DW)
03430
: Fishfone 2041 SAILOR-CRYPT-2001 with synch at
f+1500 Hz. Male voices. (21Jan06) (RGA)
03450
: Fishfone 2120 CRY-2001/USB Alternate male and
female voices. (06Feb06) (RGA)
03557
CIOA: E10 Mossad 1601 USB CIOA32Z0704Z2030B22Z666Z05021600.
(05/feb/06) (AA)
03561.0 fishermen: in channel 0816 USB fr...fecamp...
cherbourg...15fev06 ML
03574
: Unid 1050 CW txt: ... xx = 2872x t2xxx 65282 1t25x
xxxxx = 2872x t2xxx 65282 1t25x xxxxx = 2872x t2xxx 65282
1t25x xxxxx = 2872x t2xxx 65282 1t25x xxxxx = 2872x t2xxx
65282 1t25x xxxxx = 2872x t2xxx 65282 1t25x xxxxx k.
(24Jan06) (IB)
03584.9 : Unid. Korean? 1900 FAX/120/576 weak in ham QRM,
vague coast lines of Sea of Japan and Yellow Sea. Stop at
1911, next charts 1914-1926 and 1928-1939. Almost certainly
HLL, Seoul Meteo, as suspected. (30Jan06) (KB)
03640
SYNA: E10 Mossad 1609 USB SYNA69Z43Z07042000B14Z1Z0602Z2000.
(05/feb/06) (AA)
03645.0 UM12: ALG MOI unid ALE/USB 19:13
TO JB12
(15Jan06) (MAL)
03699.5 P: Russian Beacon Kaliningrad 2102 CW (06Jan06) (bef)
03764.4 pbb: Dutch Navy Goeree 1515 rtty 75/850 02a
02b
04b
04c
06a 06b
08a
08b
12a
16x
pbb
(3Feb06) (wp3)
03764.4 PBB: RNethN Goree Is. 2106 RTTY/75/850 CARBs.
(29Jan06) (RGA)
03813
PHB9: Russian Military Bcast 2006 CW Bcasts msg:
PHB9 (x3) QTC 899 30 25 2300 899 = 020 = RWüOJ OBLüG ...
MyPNP WTPWU 837 AR. LDBO clone. (25Jan06) (RGA)
03815
OZL: Ammassalik Radio, GRL 2120 USB relaying KNR
(Greenland Broadcasting Company). Weak (31Jan06) (KB)
03823
AA1: 103 Sqn Israeli Air Force Ben Gurion 1742
ALE/USB SND (20/Jan/06) (AA)
03823
AAA: Israeli Air Force NCS 1736 ALE/USB SND
(20/Jan/06) (AA)
03855.0 ddh3: hamburg 0735 FAX 5fev06 ML
03873
: Unid. ISR Navy? 1820 UNID VFT FSK 2*75/50 spaced
300 Hz; lower channel mostly idling (26Jan06) (KB)
03879
ESF: Unid 1941 ALE/USB clg ESQ (31Jan06) (KB)
03879
ESQ: Unid 1941 ALE/USB responding to ESF (31Jan06) (KB)
03886.5 AEA1AP: US Army MARS stn D 0820 LSB wkg AEA1AT and
Pagina 133
03890
03890
03890
03895
03895
03895
03895
03895
03896
03896
03896.0
03896.0
03896.0
03897.9
03897.9
03900.0
03900.0
03932
03932
03932.0
03932.0
03932.0
03934.4
03934.4
03934.4
03934.4
03934.4
03934.4
03950.0
03955.0
04007
04032.7
04050.0
04050.5
04067.1
04137
WUN-v12
AEA1AP (21Jan06) (KB)
UWS3: KievRadio Ukraine 2038 CW Sending telegrams
blind to lists of ships: EMWS EONC EOMS ENIT ... USSM URGE
... NR 9 KIEW 985 1/2 1500=RADIO WSEM ... AR CIRCULÄR ...
then weather. (01Feb06) (RGA)
UWS3: KievRadio Ukraine 2040 CW Fast Morse tgms to
riverine traffic. Finishes CQ de UWS3 NIL PSE ANS 4/6/8.
(25Jan06) (RGA)
UWS3: KievRadio Ukraine 2049 CW Long service
bulletin in Ukrainian ending AR QSX 3/4/8/9 = de UWS3 K.
(21Jan06) (RGA)
0000210001: Greek Police 1810 ALE/USB snd (10Feb06) (KB)
0000210288: Greek Police 1920 ALE/USB snd (10Feb06) (KB)
0000210402: Greek Police 1846 ALE/USB snd (10Feb06) (KB)
0000210502: Greek Police 1900 ALE/USB snd (10Feb06) (KB)
0000210601: Greek Police 2150 ALE/USB snd (10Feb06) (KB)
: NATO Tact Air Defence Data System LINK-11/2250/ISB
Appears same data in each sideband. (14Feb06) (RGA)
AHS: Unid. possibly Scandinavian net 0733 ALE/USB
Clg ADS followed by unid modem activity. Same net as 4585
and 4762 kHz. (27Jan06) (KB)
AHS: UNID 0708 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng
AQJ. 0712 cln AMY. 0717 clng AKF (30/Jan)(DW)
AHS: UNID 0715 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng AKF
(31/Jan)(DW)
AKF: UNID 0715 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Responds
to AHS. 0750 clng AHS (31/Jan)(DW)
---: UNID 0235 CW (F1A-530HZ) Slow hand. Weak. Tfc
in figs (03/Feb)(DW)
---: UNID 2247 CW (F1A-530HZ) Slow hand. Weak. Tfc
in figs (02/Feb)(DW)
JE21: ALG MOI unid ALE/USB 17:36
TO UM22(15Jan06) (MAL)
VC6: Est-Mil 2015 ALE/USB clg DV9 (04/feb/06) (sw)
51: Unid Italian AF 1622 ALE/USB clg CHARLY46
(29Jan06) (KB)
CHARLY46: Italian AF Pisa-San Giusto 1658 ALE/USB
clg 51. At 1700 short voice comms in Italian
(29Jan06) (KB)
57: Ita-Af 2102 ALE/USB clg CHARLY46 HQ 46 Aerial
Brigade IAF, San Guisto AFB (16/feb/06) (sw)
CHARLY46: 0941 ALE/USB clg 57 (08/feb/06) (sw)
CHARLY46: Ita-Af HQ 46 Aerial Brigade IAF, San
Guisto AFB 2102 ALE/USB clg 57 (16/feb/06) (sw)
DJ04: Unid 2142 ALE/USB clg DJ06 (27Jan06) (KB)
DJ05: Unid 1941 ALE/USB clg DJ04. Also at 2213
(27Jan06) (KB)
DJ06: Unid 2221 ALE/USB responding to DJ04 (27Jan06) (KB)
DJ07: Unid 1943 ALE/USB clg DJ09 (27Jan06) (KB)
DJ08: Unid 1911 ALE/USB clg DJ09 (27Jan06) (KB)
DJ09: Unid 1845 ALE/USB clg DJ07 who responds. Many
calls until 2228 also to DJ05 and DJ06
(27Jan06) (KB)
fishermen: 0737 USB esp 5fev06 ML
unid: navy 0740 81-81 5fev06 ML
423: Unid Illicit 2112 CW 423 423 423 12 12 26 26 =
= 18402 18402 21370 21370 ... 46707 46707 27891 27891 = =
12 12 26 26 0 0 0. (06Feb06) (RGA)
ZSJ: SAN Silvermine 0330 MFSK32 (29/01/06) (RH2)
FDG: Fra-Af Bordeaux 2020 J2b 50/400 "test de fdg"
(04/feb/06) (sw)
galion02: ? ff? 0743 USB fran - other frq :" ypen
degagement.. rv à h15 " 5fev06 ML06874.0 TXX1 police madrid
1249 USB/ALE to TWCC2police la coruna 4fev06 ML
: Tashkent Meteo (probably) 1640 FAX/120/576
analysis with synoptic data. Back on old freq. 3252 kHz nil
(27Jan06) (KB)
JPQ: Lithuanian Navy Klaipeda 0655 ALE/USB clg FRA
and M1K (04Feb06) (KB)
Pagina 134
WUN-v12
UKG(?): Kertch Radio UKR 1835 USB nav wngs. Same
robot voice as Odessa Radio (04Feb06) (KB)
04149
UKG(?): Kertch Radio, UKR 1833 USB nav wngs in EE.
Same robot voice as Odessa Radio (05Feb06) (KB)
04166.2 XSS: Unid 1127 ALE/USB snd. Also at 1143 1158
(28Jan06) (KB)
04207.5 622121111: M/V Edco [Bulk carrier] 18:57 with
position report for 002241078 Madrid MRCC Position 51.27N
00.20
Theems aprox Tilbury Lock and docks Mode GMDSS
15feb06 (R)
04207.5 LZW: WarnaRadio Bulgaria 1825 DSC Preliminary call
to all ships for FEC bulletins/traffic list on 4218.5 kHz.
(28Jan06) (RGA)
04207.5 XSG: MRCC Shanghai/MRCC China 1815 DSC BQs in reply
to safety test from Cherokee Princess/DXMX (Philippines).
(28Jan06) (RGA)
04210.5 A9M: Manama Radio Bahrain 2110 ARQ w/Morse ID.
(06Feb06) (RGA)
04211
: Petrobras 0340 ARQ IRS & some PP - "OK copiado ta
operando" etc. (29/01/06) (RH2)
04212
: Unid 1517 Prob PANTHER-H Setup. 1-second bursts
for 5 seconds. (30Jan06) (RGA)
04212
UGC: Sankt Peterburg Radio Russia 2117 ARQ w/Morse
ID. (29Jan06) (RGA)
04212
XSQ: GuangzhouRadio PRC 1513 ARQ w/Morse ID. Weak.
(30Jan06) (RGA)
04212.0 UGC: St Petersburg Radio 2027 A1a Ch-mkr (ch~404)
(04/feb/06) (sw)
04212.3 UBJ: Baku Radio Azerbaijan 1600 CW CQs then
telegrams from Baku to fleet collective 4JIK.
(30Jan06) (RGA)
04212.5 XSV: Tianjin Radio PRC 2118 ARQ w/Morse ID.
(29Jan06) (RGA)
04212.5 XSV: TianjinRadio PRC 1608 ARQ w/Morse ID. (30Jan06) (RGA)
04213.7 IGJ42: IN Rome 0100 RTTY/75/850 ID string
(27/01/06) (RH2)
04214
IDR/IGJ: Rome/Augusta Radio Italy 2145 RTTY/75/850
Calls only. (30Jan06) (RGA)
04214.0 idr2: I Navy Rome 1344 rtty 75/850 idr2 /igj42
/igj43 /idr4 /idr3/igj44 / idr2 /igj42 /igj43 /idr4
/~~~igj44 / (3Feb06) (wp3)
04214.0 TAH: Istanbul Radio 0251 CW marker (11/FEB/2006) (IDS)
04218.5 lzw: Varna Radio 1342 cw marker (3Feb06) (wp3)
04219
TAH: IstanbulRadio Turkey 2054 ARQ w/Morse ID. Very
sick transmitter. (21Jan06) (RGA)
04219.0 tah: Istambul Radio 1342 cw marker (3Feb06) (wp3)
04225,2 igj42: I Navy Augusta 1317 stanag4285/600L/5n1 IDR2
X IGJ42 X IGJ43X IDR4 X IDR3 X IGJ44 X (11Feb06) (wp3)
04226
A5F: UNID 0530 ALE/USB Sounding. (02 FEB 06) (FC)
04226
NIH: UNID 0820 ALE/USB (13Feb06) (FC)
04226.5 XKD: Unid (XSS Net) 1510 ALE/USB clg XLG (02/feb/06) (sw)
04226.5 XLG: Unid (XSS Net) 1513 ALE/USB clg XKD (02/feb/06) (sw)
04226.5 XSS: Unid 1258 ALE/USB sndg. (26/jan/06) (sw)
04226.5 XSS: Unid 1549 ALE/USB sndg. Also noted on 03161.0 02199.0 and
2217.4 (22/jan/06) (sw)
04231.0 UNID: Japanese Gov. 0905 Japanese Telemetry Datalink
(10/FEB/2006)(IDS)
04237.9 Kirucha26: (??): unid Pol Mil 0709 USB/Voice YL went
qrt befere i tuned. (05-feb-2006)(MSM)
04238
VTP4: Indian navy Vishakhapatnam IND 1917 CW/A1A vvv
vvv vtp 4/5/6 or 4F group msg (04Feb06) (PPA)
04238.0 VTP4: : Indian navy Vishakhapatnam IND 19:17 CW/A1A
vvv vvv vtp 4/5/6or 4F group msg (4 Feb) (PPA)
04238.0 VTP4: IN Vishakhapatnam 0105 CW 4FG (12/FEB/2006) (IDS)
04244 DAO4A: Global Link/Marine Net Kiel 1916 PACTOR-3
Idling. (30Jan06) (RGA)
04246.5 5SI1: CIS Military 2121 CW Comms check with ___F
E8HA and others (missed). (29Jan06) (RGA)
Pagina 135
04149
WUN-v12
MGJ: RN Secure Bcast Control Stn 2127 RTTY/100/850
CARBs. (29Jan06) (RGA)
04247.0 MGJ: Gbr-N Faslane Naval Scotland 2038 J2b 100/850
CARB (04/feb/06) (sw)
04247.0 mgj: RN Faslane 1325 rtty 100/830 1zyix 2ccix 2cdix
3zzix 4cbix 4ceix 02h
03c
03f
04b
06aae 06goo 08a
12b
16a
22a
02h
03c 03f
04b
06aae 06goo 08a
12b
16a
22a
mgj (3Feb06) (wp3)
04260.9 CFH: Naval Radio Halifax, N.S. Canada 0127
FAX/120/576 Followed by 75/850 RTTY WX.
(31Jan06) (EE)
04271.0 CFH: halifax logo ID 0825 FAX pressions12fev06 ML
04274
ZSC: Capetown radio AFS 1914 GW-PACTOR/100/200
channel free marker (04Feb06) (PPA)
04274.0 ZSC: : Capetown radio AFS 19:14 GW-Pactor/100/200
channel free marker(4 Feb) (PPA)
04280.0 pbc: DN Goerree 1323 rtty 75/850 availability, weak
sig (3Feb06)(wp3)
04282.0 CWM: Montevideo Radio 0115 CW notice to the mariners
(12/FEB/2006)(IDS)
04285.0 UM22: Alg-MOI/MIL 2155 ALE/USB clg XT23 (23/jan/06) (sw)
04285.0 XT23: Alg-MOI/MIL 2155 ALE/USB clg UM22 (23/jan/06) (sw)
04292.0 ---: Unid
0407 FSK 50/850 ACF=0 (29/01/06) (AJP)
04292.0 Unid:
0407 FSK 50/850 ACF=0 (29/01/06) (AJP)
04294.7 FUE: FN Brest 0226 RTTY/75/850 RY/ID (27/01/06) (RH2)
04295.0 fue: FN Brest 1205 rtty 75/700 vzczcabc001
all
de fue (4Feb06) (wp3)
04295.0 FUE: Fra-N Brest 2042 J2b 75/850 "all de fue"
(04/feb/06) (sw)
04295.0 FUE: French Navy Brest 0202 test tape RTTY 75/850
(10/FEB/2006) (IDS)
04317.9 : Moscow Meteo 1531 FAX/120/576 700 hPa analysis.
Slight multipath distortion (15Jan06) (KB)
04322
MGJ: RN Secure Bcast Info System 1550 RTTY/75/425
CARBs. s9 here (26 Jan 06) (JB)
04323.2 MGJ: RN Faslane 1823 RTTY/75/850 CARBs. (16Jan06) (JB)
04325.5 : Unid 1550 RTTY/75/850 Coded weather broadcast S5
to S7 here (26 Jan 06) (JB)
04327.5 r: unid 1823 cw beacon (2Feb06) (wp3)
04331.0 4XZ: Haifa Radio 0156 CW marker (10/FEB/2006) (IDS)
04331.0 4xz: IN Haifa 1822 cw vvv de 4xz 4xz - - (2Feb06) (wp3)
04331.0 4XZ: Isr-N Haifa 2047 A1a Ch-Mkr "vvvde4xz4xz=="
(04/feb/06) (sw)
04399.0 SVO: Olympia Radio 0138 voice marker Greek/EE
(12/FEB/2006) (IDS)
04451
4Z4CP2: Prob 4/4 Avn US Army Command Post-2 in Iraq
1757 ALE/USB snd. 2Z4CP and 4Z4CP1 also heard. (05Feb06) (KB)
04455.8 RHN: unid station middle east 1842 ARQ-E/46.1/170
idling on KAA cct to AAN also establising contact via
LSB/ALE on 4457 (04Feb06) (PPA)
04455.8 RHN: unid station middle east 18:42 ARQ-E/46,1/170
idling on KAA cctto AAN also establising contact via
LSB/ALE on 4457 (4 Feb) (PPA)
04461
B65: POL Mil? 0713 ALE/USB clg B64 who replies
(26Jan06) (KB)
04462.0 DIAMANTI: Alb-Mil 1646 ALE/USB clg DRINI (19/jan/06) (sw)
04469.0 Czaplinek13: Pol Mil 0712 USB/Voice radio checks+5f
msg toOsowo40,Kowerkot80 and others, distorted,hard to
understand,overmadulated(05-feb-2006)(MSM)
04470.8 578: Unid. Prob Illicit 2059 CW Repeating call 578.
Then traffic 421 421 36 36 = = 90244 90244 ... 63980 63980 =
= 421 421 36 36 0 0 0 0 0. (21Jan06) (RGA)
04480 : CIS Military 1958 MS-5/4800/USB Encrypted vocoder.
(30Jan06) (RGA)
04484.5 : unid German airforce D 1836 ARQ-E/85.7/170
encrypted msg after %%%% string (04Feb06) (PPA)
04484.5 unid: German airforce D 18:36 ARQ-E/85,7/170
encrypted msg after%%%% string (4 Feb) (PPA)
Pagina 136
04247
04488
04488
04507
04507.0
04507.0
04507.0
04520
04520.0
04532.0
04540
04540
04555,2
04555,2
04555,2
04555.2
04555.2
04555.2
04557.8
04557.8
04557.9
04558
04560
04560
04560.0
04560.4
04561.0
04566.4
04566.4
04583
04583
04583.0
04585
04585
04585.0
04585.0
04585.0
04591
04591.0
WUN-v12
ADS: Unid 0801 ALE/USB clg AHS (06Feb06) (KB)
AHS: Unid 1310 ALE/USB clg ADS. 1316 clg AKF, 1328
clg AMY (06Feb06) (KB)
: unid German airforce D 1834 ARQ-E/85.7/170 idling
(04Feb06) (PPA)
035: Isr-Af ? 2219 ALE/USB clg 082 (14/feb/06) (sw)
AA1: Isr-Af 103 Sqn Ben Gurion 2221 ALE/USB sndg.
(14/feb/06) (sw)
unid: German airforce D 18:34 ARQ-E/85,7/170 idling
(4 Feb)(PPA)
: unid navy ISR 2106 USB/ISR-navy hybrid psk modem
databurst (31Jan06) (PPA)
unid: navy ISR 21:06 USB/ISR-navy hybrid psk modem
databurst(31 Jan) (PPA)
No Call: unid FAF 2129 USB Voice Tape: "TEST DE
MENTOR CETTE EMISSION EST DESTINEE AU REGLAGE DE NOS EMETTEURS"
(03/FEB/06) (KK)
244: Prob Chinese Military 1820 ALE/USB "TO:514
TIS:244" (29/Jan/06) (AA)
288: Prob Chinese Military 1820 ALE/USB "TO:334
TIS:288" (29/Jan/06) (AA)
dlvb: ZB Schleswig-Holstein 0850 arq weather and
situation reportfrom kuewaz (11Feb06) (wp3)
dlvf: Glückstadt 1326 arq eine Pricke geborgen im
Zehnerloch beiTonne 11 (11Feb06) (wp3)
dlvy: ZB Hamburg 0904 arq position report (11Feb06) (wp3)
cuxhaven gcg: 0735 ARQ naws wx 11fev06 ML
dlvb: german coast guard ship ZB Schleswig-Holstein
0820 arq tfc from Kuewaz Nordsee (28Jan06) (wp3)
dlvy: german coast guard ship ZB Hamburg 0833 arq
tfc from Kuewaz Nordsee (kuewaz cux) (28Jan06) (wp3)
p: rus navy Kaliningrad 1014 cw beacon (15Feb06) (wp3)
P: SLB Kaliningrad 2059 CW (06Feb06) (RGA)
P: MX Beacon Kaliningrad 1926 CW (14Feb06) (RGA)
C: MX Beacon Moscow 2111 CW (21Jan06) (RGA)
TAH: Istanbul Radio TUR 2004 FEC weather forecast in
E (31Jan06) (piri)
YHF2: Enigma E10 Mossad 2033 USB YL with YHF callup.
(30Jan06) (RGA)
TAH: Istanbul Radio TUR 2004 FEC weather forecast
(31jan06) (piri)
4LUA: Enigma M89 (?) 2002 CW V GN8V de 4LUA
repeating. (30Jan06) (RGA)
TYMC2: Spa-Pol Caceres 1647 ALE/USB clg TXX2 Madrid
(09/feb/06) (sw)
VCT: Tor's cove radio CAN 20:32 GW-PACTOR/100/200
channel free marker (31Jan06) (PPA)
VCT: Tors cove radio CAN 20:32 GW-Pactor/100/200
channel free marker(31 Jan) (PPA)
DDH7: Pinnenberg 0105 RTTY/50/400 Wx groups
(27/01/06) (RH2)
DDK2: DWD Hamburg via Pinneberg 1532 RTTY/50/450
Coming in at S9 here. (26 Jan 06) (JB)
DDK2: Hamburg Meteo 2058 J2b 50/400 fcst for German
Coast (04/feb/06) (sw)
AHS: Unid. Scand. net? 0719 ALE/USB clg ADS
(23Jan06) (KB)
AMY: Unid. Scand. net? 1351 ALE/USB clg AKF
(23Jan06) (KB)
AHS: UNID 0703 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng
AMY. 0706 clng AKF. 0709 clng ADS. 0711 clng AQJ. 0723 clng
AMY. 0731, 0735 clng AKF. 0733 clng AMY (01/Feb)(DW)
AKF: UNID 0706 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Responds
to AHS (01/Feb)(DW)
AMY: UNID 0703 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Responds
to AHS, also at 0723. 0729 clng AHS, 0733 clng AHS (01/Feb)(DW)
FLA: unid station 2034 ALE/USB calling BTS (31Jan06) (PPA)
FLA: unid station 20:34 USB/ALE calling BTS (31 Jan) (PPA)
Pagina 137
04593
04593
04610.0
04610.0
04617.4
04625.0
04625.0
04648
04648.0
04681.0
04686
04687.9
04712.5
04712.5
04716
04716
04716.0
04716.0
04716.0
04721.0
04724
04731.5
04742.0
04750
04750
04750
04750
04753
04762
04762.0
04762.0
04762.0
04762.0
04771.0
04777.4
04780
04780
04850
WUN-v12
RAI: Unid 0257 ALE/USB clg JAI. Also seen at 1759 &
1819 (11Feb06) (KB)
RAP: Unid 0012 ALE/USB clg JAI, also seen at 1835.
At 0042 clg JAP, then every 30 min until 0242
(11Feb06) (KB)
GYA: Gbr-N London 1027 Fax 120/576 Wx map
(07/feb/06) (sw)
GYA: RN Northwood 0102 Fax chart 120 LPM
(10/FEB/2006) (IDS)
: Unid 0820 FEC 100/170 ("POL-ARQ"?) encrypted
(29Jan06) (KB)
Unid: ss OM voice traffic sporadic, nearly round
the clock. 1545 30jan06 (TN)
UNID: 0056 Russian Buzzer (10/FEB/2006) (IDS)
SYNA: E10 Mossad 1553 USB SYNA69Z43Z07042000B14Z1Z0602Z2000.
(05/feb/06) (AA)
UNID: number station 0051 YL AM mode (10/FEB/2006) (IDS)
ARINC 08: HFDL stn Johannesburg 0202 Squitters
(12/FEB/2006) (IDS)
411?: UNID 2130 CW GOOD SIGNALEND TX AT 2141. "411
414 1 1 4 1 1 4 1 1 411 411 411 41 = 2 3 8 4 3 5 9 5 T 2
..." (04-Feb-06) (FC)
: Unid. Slovak Military? 0720 CW (F1A 480 Hz) slowly
repeating "c 8 f c c 8 f c c 8 f c +" (06Feb06) (KB)
: unid Airforce SUI 2030 VFT/F1B/100/170 encrypted
traffic in parallel with second channel on 4713.6
(31Jan06) (PPA)
unid: Airforce SUI 20:30 VFT/F1B/100/170 encrypted
traffic in parallel with second channel on 4713.6
(31 Jan) (PPA)
48: Unid 0628 ALE/USB clg CHARLY46 (24Jan06) (KB)
CHARLY46: Italian AF Pisa-San Giusto 1529 ALE/USB
clg 47. Tnx J. (26Jan06) (KB)
46: Ita-Af 2043 ALE/USB clg 61 (13/feb/06) (sw)
46: Ita-Af 2125 ALE/USB clg CHARLY 46 (13/feb/06) (sw)
CHARLY46: Ita-Af 2122 ALE/USB clg 46 (13/feb/06) (sw)
020180: USAF A.C sounding ALE 24jan06 (RP)
PUBLICISE: 28-char EAM 1543 USB SAPWYG preceding
ANDREWS' 1549z HFGCS bcst of same, and simulcasting same on
8992, 11175 and 15016. (30 Jan 06) (JH)
MKL: RN Northwood 0347 RTTY/75/850 crypto (29/01/06) (RH2)
ARCHITECT: Gbr-Af STCICS 1031 J3e USB Wx for UK AB
(07/feb/06) (sw)
3411: Unid 0001 ALE/USB sounding. Also at 0501
(22Jan06) (KB)
3411: Unid 1710 ALE/USB Sounding. (01Feb06) (RGA)
3434: Unid 0910 ALE/USB sounding (21Jan06) (KB)
3434: Unid 1002 ALE/USB sounding (22Jan06) (KB)
: Unid. CZE or SVK? 0725 USB 5LGs Czech(?) spelling.
At 0730 similar but weaker station (25Jan06) (KB)
AHS: Unid. Scand. net? 1259 ALE/USB clg AMY. At 1304
clg ADS at 1307 clg AQJ. No responses seen (24Jan06) (KB)
AHS: UNID 0703 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng
ADS. 0712. Clng AQJ. 0714 clng AKF (31/Jan)(DW)
AHS: UNID 0704 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng
ADS, also at 0729, 0753, 0801, 0809. 0708 clng AQJ, also at
0709. 0714 clng AKF, also at 0731, 0755, 0804 (02/Feb)(DW)
AHS: UNID 0717 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng
AMY. 0717 clng AKF. Also at 0724 (30/Jan)(DW)
AKF: UNID 0717 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Responds
to AHS. Also at 0724 (30/Jan)(DW)
DIAMANTI: Alb-Mil 1644 ALE/USB clg DRINI (19/jan/06) (sw)
IMB51: Rome Meteo 1732 FAX/120/576 2-panel chart,
unreadable due to prolonged black level (01Feb06) (KB)
CIOA: E10 Mossad 1558 USB CIOA32Z0704Z2030B22Z
666Z05021600. (05/feb/06) (AA)
FC8FEM: FEMA Denver 0749 ALE/USB sounding (25Jan06) (KB)
1000: Unid 1902 ALE/LSB sounds several times
Pagina 138
04855
04866
04866
04874.0
04874.0
04874.0
04874.0
04909.0
04910.0
04910.0
04910.0
04922.5
04923.5
04925.0
04959
04978
04978
04978.0
04978.0
04978.0
04978.0
04978.0
04985.0
04985.0
04988.0
05035.0
05036.0
05036.0
05036.0
05056
05056.0
05058.0
05065
05065.0
05078
05091
05097
WUN-v12
(06Feb06) (KB)
200: Unid 0713 ALE/USB SND (29/Jan/06) (AA)
EW: Unid, SWE? 1732 ALE/USB wkg WI. Cryptic AMDs
with some Swedish-looking ASCII text ("vad tror du!")
(07Feb06) (KB)
WI: Unid, SWE? 1732 ALE/USB wkg EW. AMDs with
Swedish(?) words ("kontrollera", "hugget!") (07Feb06) (KB)
TWBH2: Spa-Pol 1352 ALE/USB clg TXX2 Madrid
(12/feb/06) (sw)
TWVA2: Spa-Pol Leon 0959 ALE/USB clg TXX2 Madrid
also noted on 04561.0 05847 and 05892.0 (07/feb/06) (sw)
TXX2: Spa-Pol Madrid 1640 ALE/USB clg TYMC2 Caceres
(09/feb/06) (sw)
TYMC2: Spa-Pol Caceres 1640 ALE/USB clg TXX2 Madrid
(09/feb/06) (sw)
S5ZFK: unid 0742 CW 2 om hand cw(05-feb-2006)(MSM)
RFI: WAFFA NET ?LOC 0204 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on
usb. Clng RFI. Also 0308 (09/Feb)(DW)
RFP: WAFFA NET ?LOC 0215 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on
usb. Clng JCP. Also at 0225, 0305, 0307 (09/Feb)(DW)
RFP: WAFFA NET ?LOC 0258 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on
usb. Clng JCP. Also at 0329, 0419z. (08/Feb)(DW)
fdg: FAF Bordeaux 1852 cw vvv vvv vvv vvv vvv de fdg
fdg fdg ar(12Feb06) (wp3)
8301: Unid 2024 ALE/USB Sounding. (25Jan06) (RGA)
0000210502: Grc-Moi 1735 ALE/USB sndg. (23/jan/06) (sw)
: Prob Russian Air Defence 1938 CW 9919246129534
9511033838734 9910246129436 9511033834536 1972 824404652136
297287010103 295117010305 ... (14Feb06) (RGA)
GS2: Georgian net 1913 ALE/USB clg ZVIGENI (11Feb06) (KB)
ZVIGENI: Georgian net 1909 ALE/USB clg RAINDI
(11Feb06) (KB)
GS2: Geo-Mil 2017 ALE/USB clg LAZERI2 (13/feb/06) (sw)
GV1: Geo-Mil 2231 ALE/USB clg RAINDI (14/feb/06) (sw)
GV1: Geo-Mil? 1802 ALE/USB clg RAINDI (23/jan/06) (sw)
RAINDI: Geo-Mil 2231 ALE/USB clg GV1 (14/feb/06) (sw)
SB3: Geo-Mil? 1802 ALE/USB clg GS2 (23/jan/06) (sw)
T3Z: unid 1900 ale sounding (12Feb06) (wp3)
udairi: US Army Udairi Trng Area (LDO) 1900 ale
sounding (12Feb06)(wp3)
TYMC2: Spa-Pol Caceres 1637 ALE/USB clg TXX2 Madrid
(09/feb/06) (sw)
VKM: Unid (Gbr-Mil)?1709 ALE/USB clg JKV (previously
reported as Gbr-Mil in Bosnia) (03/feb/06) (sw)
MEDER30P: ALG Sonatrach Medera ALE/LSB 20:54
SND
(15Jan06) (MAL)
OHT30P: ALG Sonatrach Ohanet
ALE/LSB 19:56 SND
(15Jan06) (MAL)
RNOUSLR1: ALG Rhourde Nouss ALE/LSB 21:30 SND
(15Jan06) (MAL)
: unid NATO defence 2046 LINK-11/1364/1850/USB
(31Jan06) (PPA)
unid: NATO defence 20:46 USB/Link-11/1364 bps/1850
(31 Jan)(PPA)
FDI22: FAF Narbonne F, 2359, rtty 50/85 testing
(02Feb06) (MAL)
9MB: MN Georgetown, Pinang Island MLA 1940 CW VVV
VVV VVV 9MB (31Jan06) (piri)
9MB: MN Georgetown, Pinang Island MLA 1940 MORSE VVV
VVV VVV 9MB (31jan06) (piri)
M4FI: Ukranian Military 1633 CW Msg for KFT1: M4FI
232 82 2 1830 232 = 642 = AAAAA MOKZL LVRMU ...
(02Feb06) (RGA)
: Enigma E10 Mossad 1948 USB End of message ... 896__ JMH
JM_ KDHGX F___N FBKY_ SPPJV ... (Weak). (14Feb06) (RGA)
: Unid PVO Russia 0830 USB YL in RR. Text: 00 0001
384 92 in 59 2160 for 1129. 438 0001 0484. 0484 92 in 64 in
30. 438 0484 0483. 0483 29 in 69 for 31. 0483 92 in 68 for
Pagina 139
05097
05097
05097
05097.0
05097.0
05098.5
05098.5
05098.5
05098.5
05098.5
05098.5
05098.5
05100.0
05100.0
05100.0
05100.0
05115
05115.0
05149
05153
05153.7
05153.8
05153.9
05153.9
05154
05154
05160.2
05160.2
05170
05184.5
05184.5
05195
05195.0
05196
05196
WUN-v12
32 511 0483 700 50 ... (26-Jan-06) (IB)
CFH: CanForce Halifax NS Canada 2115 RTTY/75/850
ZKRs to NAWS. (21Jan06) (RGA)
CFH: CF Halifax CAN 2011 RTTY/75/850 VVV NAWS DE CFH
ZKR FL 2822 3394 4161 6260 8303 12377 16576 22182 AR
(06Feb06) (piri)
CFH: CF Halifax CAN 2053 RTTY/75/850r NAWS DE CFH
ZKR F1 2822 3394 4155 6260 8303 12377 16576 22182
(31Jan06) (PPA)
CFH: CF HALIFAX 2154 RTTY 75/N/850 Marker "NAWS de
CFH zkr f1 2822 3394 4161 6260 8303 12377 16576 22182 ar"
(12/Feb)(DW)
CFH: CF Halifax CAN 20:53 ITA2/75/850r NAWS DE CFH
ZKR F1 2822 3394 4155 6260 8303 12377 16576 22182
(31 Jan) (PPA)
PIRUET23: unid pol MIL 1253 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A
clg GRANT96 (02/FEB/06) (KK)
PIRUET23: Pol. Mil 0749 ALE/USB clg GRANT96 and
voice call in Polish (probably), mentioning "piruet"
(31Jan06) (KB)
PIRUET23: unid pol MIL 1343 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg
GRANT96 (02/FEB/06) (KK)
TAMURA40: Polish Mil 0744 ALE/USB clg GRANT96
(31Jan06) (KB)
TAMURA40: unid pol MIL 1427 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg
CEDAR67 (02/FEB/06) (KK)
TAMURA40: unid pol MIL 1430 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg
GRANT96 (02/FEB/06) (KK)
TAMURA40: unid pol MIL 1431 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg
GRANT96 (02/FEB/06) (KK)
---: UNID 0001 CW(F1A-500HZ) Weak. Series of groups
"BUK17 BYK35 BYT56 BOB78 BOS81 BOA43 BUR82 BAK01" etc. Ends
"nil gb 73 va" (04/Feb)(DW)
UVJ5: -- 0152 CW Slow, poor hand. Weak. "USU8 de
UVJ5 gd qsa3 opn r8 qsa?" (04/Feb)(DW)
VMC: Charleville Meteo, Qld Aus 2030 Fax Wx map
(02/feb/06) (sw)
VMW: BOM CHARLEVILLE 1935 FAX 120/576/N/800
NZ/Tasmania just visible. End of chart. 1945 Swell/Waves
prog. Grainy pix (03/Feb)(DW)
: unid station 2050 F1B/200/500 encrypted ACF=0
probably Russian (31Jan06) (PPA)
unid: station 20:50 F1B/200/500 encrypted ACF=0
probablyRussian (31 Jan) (PPA)
: Unid. CZE or SVK? 1010 USB 5LGs in Czech(?)
spelling alphabet (24Jan06) (KB)
P: MX Beacon Kaliningrad 1953 CW // 4557.9 (14Feb06) (RGA)
D: MX Beacon Odessa 1953 CW (14Feb06) (RGA)
P: Kaliningrad RUS 2027 CW Cluster beacon (06Feb06) (piri)
C: Rus Navy beacon Moscow RUS, 2319, CW, (02Feb06) (MAL)
S: MX Beacon Severomorsk 1953 (14Feb06) (RGA)
C: Moscow RUS 2027 CW Cluster beacon (06Feb06) (piri)
P: MX Beacon Moscow 1953 CW (14Feb06) (RGA)
: Unid 1206 STANAG-4285/600L continuously encrypted
- very strong signal (31Jan06) (piri)
Unid: 1206 Stanag 4285 600Bps Long continue
encrypted very strong signal (31jan06) (piri)
VLBA: E10 Mossad 1547 USB VLBA3602051800B8285682051930C55.
(05/feb/06) (AA)
WARSZAWA2: Polish MoI net 0733 ALE/USB snd (03Feb06) (KB)
WARSZAWA3: Polish MoI net 0732 ALE/USB snd (03Feb06) (KB)
DRA5: DARC Prop Station Kiel 2003 CW Repeating DRA5
0 Dashes. Then RTTY and PSK31. (14Feb06) (RGA)
DRA5: Scheggerott, D, germany solar Wx, 2254, CW,
FSK, PSK31, (02Feb06) (MAL)
DJ01: Algerian Mil? 2323 ALE/USB clg DJ02 (01Feb06) (KB)
DJ02: Algerian Military? 2034 ALE/USB clg UM01. At
2039 2149 2233 2257 clg UM03 (01Feb06) (KB)
Pagina 140
WUN-v12
05196
RB01: Algerian Mil? 1857 ALE/USB clg VQ01 (02Feb06) (KB)
05196
UM03: Algerian Mil? 1916 ALE/USB clg RB01 (02Feb06) (KB)
05196.0 No Call: unid 0315 Rtty 100Bd/250Hz "ZCZC QJH
USDPRAYF RYRYRYRY. (03/FEB/06) (KK)
05206.0 CONTROLL: unid 1614 USB clg KILO-CHARLIE
(31/JAN/06) (KK)
05206.0 KILO-ECHO: unid 1602 USB wkg CONTROLL unid sounds
british (31/JAN/06) (KK)
05223.0 RIR96: CISN UNID 2306 CW "RCV fm RIR96 qdw 6295 k"
"rpt txt k" (16/Feb)(DW)
05224
RCV: HQ Black Sea Fleet Sevastopol 2007 CW Calls
warship RJT22 de RCV QAP K. RJT22 de RCV QSA? K.
(14Feb06) (RGA)
05230
MIW86: VMF ident 0036 USB (24Jan06) (bef)
05231.5 nocall: unid 0740 CW 5fg msg eneded with "T 5 1 B 7
K"(05-feb-2006)(MSM)
05238.5 UNID: French AF 1030 USB / Male voice in French
repeating months and days of the week.
(01/Feb/2006) (oldtimer)
05247
284: Unid Illicit 2101 CW Repeating 284 callup. Then
traffic: 284 = 257 22 = 46779 63487 01168 ... 30951 40265 =
284 284 284 ... (03Feb06) (RGA)
05254.0 QC31: ALGERIAN ARMY ?LOC 0613 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng UM32 (17/Feb)(DW)
05254.0 RM30: ALGERIAN ARMY? ?LOC 0617 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Responds to UD30 (17/Feb)(DW)
05254.0 UD30: ALGERIAN ARMY? ?LOC 0617 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng RM30 (17/Feb)(DW)
05263.0 HA40: ALG MOI unid ALE/USB 23:31 TO HA52 (15Jan06)(MAL)
05263.0 HA48: ALG MOI unid ALE/USB 20:10 TO HA51 (15Jan06) (MAL)
05263.0 HA48: ALGERIAN ARMY ?LOC 0557 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng HA50. 0600 clng HA51. 0603 clng HA52
(17/Feb)(DW)
05263.0 HA4: Alg-Mil/Moi 1659 ALE/USB clg HA40 (06/feb/06) (sw)
05263.0 HA52: ALGERIAN ARMY ?LOC 0603 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Responds to HA48 (17/Feb)(DW)
05263.0 HA56: ALGERIAN ARMY ?LOC 2320 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng HA5? (16/Feb)(DW)
05263.0 LZ50: ALGERIAN ARMY ?LOC 0646 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng LZ40 (17/Feb)(DW)
05268.0 4015: TURKISH RED CRESCENT ?LOC 0244 MIL.STD
188-141A ALE on usb. Sounding. (17/Feb)(DW)
05286
TWVS2: Spanish Guardia Civil Salamanca 1737 ALE/USB
"TO:TXX2/Valdemoro (24/Jan/06) (AA)
05286
TXX2: Spanish Guardia Civil Valdemoro 2018 ALE/USB
Sounds. (08Feb06) (RGA)
05286
TXX: Prob Spanish Guardia Civil Madrid 1737 ALE/USB
"TO:TWVS2/Prob Spanish Guardia Civil Salamanca
(24/Jan/06) (AA)
05286.0 TXX1: Spa-Pol Madrid 1524 ALE/USB clg TYVC2
Castellon (04/feb/06) (sw)
05286.0 TXX2: GUARDIA CIVIL CENTRAL HQ 0009 MIL.STD 188-141A
ALE on usb. Sounding. 0719 responding to TYMC2. 0739 clng
TWVB2 (17/Feb)(DW)
05286.0 TXX2: Spa-Pol Madrid 1150 ALE/USB clg TWVA2 Leon
(04/feb/06) (sw)
05286.0 TXX2: Spa-Pol Madrid 1632 ALE/USB clg TYMC2 Caceres
(09/feb/06) (sw)
05286.0 TYMC2: GUARDIA CIVIL CACERES 0014 MIL.STD 188-141A
ALE on usb. Clng TXX2 variously thru 0719 before apparent
response (17/Feb)(DW)
05286.0 TYVC2: Spa-Pol Castellon 1524 ALE/USB clg TXX1
Madrid (04/feb/06) (sw)
05290.0 GB3ORK: R/AM BEACON ORKNEY 1546 CW 1 min starting
H+02/17/32/47 (17/Feb)(DW)
05290.0 GB3RAL: R/AM BEACON DIDCOT 1545 CW 1 min starting
H+00/15/30/45 (17/Feb)(DW)
05290.0 GB3WES: R/AM BEACON CUMBRIA 1546 CW 1 min starting
Pagina 141
05290.9
05315.0
05319
05319.0
05319.0
05319.0
05319.0
05319.0
05332.0
05352
05352.0
05352.0
05361.8
05361.8
05379.0
05380
05380
05380.0
05400.0
05402
05402.0
05403.8
05410.0
05410.0
05410.0
05434
05435.5
05440
05450.0
05456
05465.9
05465.9
WUN-v12
H+01/16/31/46 (17/Feb)(DW)
Unid: 2145 FSK 100/250 50/250 T600?? (01Feb06) (MAL)
SAB: GW station Goeteborg SWE 2117 idle and dataplex
(01Feb06) (MAL)
TXX2: Spanish Guardia Civil Valdemoro 1826 ALE/USB
SND (29/Jan/06) (AA)
TXX2: Spa-Pol Madrid 0955 ALE/USB clg TWVB2 Burgos
(07/feb/06) (sw)
TXX2: Spa-Pol Madrid 1007 ALE/USB clg TYMB2 Badajoz
(07/feb/06) (sw)
TXX2: Spa-Pol Madrid 1014 ALE/USB clg TYMC2 Caceres
also noted on 05352.0 and 5286.0 (07/feb/06) (sw)
TXX2: Spa-Pol Madrid 1636 ALE/USB clg TYMC2 Caceres
(09/feb/06) (sw)
TYMC2: Spa-Pol Caceres 1636 ALE/USB clg TXX2 Madrid
(09/feb/06) (sw)
Unid: 2112 PSK 2400/3000 (01Feb06) (MAL)
TXX2: Spanish Guardia Civil Valdemoro 2029 ALE/USB
Sounds. (03Feb06) (RGA)
TXX2: Spa-Pol Madrid 1656 ALE/USB clg TYMC2 Caceres
(09/feb/06) (sw)
TYMC2: Spa-Pol Caceres 1655 ALE/USB clg TXX2 Madrid
(09/feb/06) (sw)
OUA15: DN Aarhus DNK? 1242 Stanag 4285 600Bps Long
continue encrypted (31jan06) (piri)
OUA15: DN Aarhus DNK? 1242 STANAG-4285/600L
continuously encrypted (31Jan06) (piri)
TXXX: Spa-Pol Madrid 1150 ALE/USB clg TWLV Viscaya
(04/feb/06) (sw)
: Unid 1255 LINK-11/USB Doppler 605Hz, 14 data tones
935 - 2585 Hz, 2 sync tones on 2900 and 2950Hz
(31Jan06) (piri)
S4S000OGBMRM1: 1940 ALE/USB "TO:V1S000OEKCOPER
(18/Jan/06) (AA)
Unid: 1255 Link-11 system on USB. Doppler 605Hz, 14
data tones 935 - 2585 Hz, 2 sync tones on 2900 and 2950Hz
(31jan06) (piri)
MAL:unid Albanian MOI 1920 USB/ALE clng DRI (Drini)
(15-feb-2006)(MSM)
: UNID ARS? 2008-2300 ARQE/46.1/183 rc=4 msgs like
this ZCZC KAA900 WKA900 88 18094. 46099KRM% GCY [email protected] 00
VFK- VMXOMY BWKCY 00 VMYBDINNNNNNNN ZCZC KAA800 WKA800 ~88
18094. 46099KRM% GCY MANF% 000000000 BWTBKY [email protected] BDF=
XLWO00 VMYBDINNNNNNNN. Think it's ATU-70 alphabet and give
it a new try this evening. Receiver mode USB.
(03Feb06) (piri)
UNID: ARS? 2008-2300 ARQE 46.1BD 183Hz rc=4 msgs
like this ZCZC KAA900 WKA900 88 18094. 46099KRM% GCY [email protected]
00 VFK- VMXOM BWKCY 00
VMYBDINNNNNNNN
(03feb06) (piri)
Unid: 2020 ARQ-E 46.1/170 "zczc (01Feb06) (MAL)
INAS30P: ALG Sonatrach In Amenas ALE/LSB 17:45 SND
(15Jan06) (MAL)
RNO: ALG Sonatrach Rhourde Nouss 2057 ALE/LSB
(28Jan06) (MAL)
RNOUSLR1: ALG Rhourde Nouss ALE/LSB 20:32 SND
(15Jan06) (MAL)
RCHNY: National Guard, Rochester, NY. 1741 ALE/USB
Sounds. (04Feb06) (RB)
MBG: Unid 0702 ALE/USB Sounding. (24 Jan 06) (FC)
RW59?: Unid RUS 0759 RTTY/50/500 "ryry ruo -2 ruo -2
ruo -2 e rw-59 rw-59 zhc? zhc?" then back into unid 100/500
burst mode. On 30Dec05 id was RWD69 in similar tfc
(25Jan06) (KB)
RAF volmet: (MVU) G 2207 (30Jan06) (MAL)
AAA: 1926 ALE/USB SND (18/Jan/06) (AA)
R: Unid SLB 2059 CW (03Feb06) (RGA)
r: 1647 cw beacon (21Jan06) (wp3)
Pagina 142
WUN-v12
05465.9 R: Izhevsk RUS 2038 CW Channel marker (06Feb06) (piri)
05470
AA1: 103 Sqn Israeli Air Force Ben Gurion 1823 ALE/
USB Sounding. (15Feb06) (RGA)
05473.5 Squeeky Wheel: 0800 USB(05-feb-2006)(MSM)
05476
0000210001: Greek Gendarmerie 2011 ALE/USB Sounds.
(08Feb06) (RGA)
05476.0 0000210502 Grc-Moi 1621 ALE/USB sndg. (30/jan/06) (sw)
05476.0 000021: Grc-Moi 1629 ALE/USB clg 0000210288
(16/feb/06) (sw)
05476.0 000021: Grc-Moi 1631 ALE/USB clg 0000210001
(16/feb/06) (sw)
05478.0 321: Unid 1619 ALE/USB sndg. (07/feb/06) (sw)
05478.0 520: Unid 1602 ALE/USB sndg. (07/feb/06) (sw)
05478.0 6DI: Ita-Af 2026 ALE/USB clg IGFIAFALE (13/feb/06) (sw)
05478.0 700: Unid 1651 ALE/USB sndg. (07/feb/06) (sw)
05478.0 701: Unid 1643 ALE/USB sndg. (07/feb/06) (sw)
05478.0 9206: Unid 2113 ALE/USB sndg. (30/jan/06) (sw)
05478.0 920:Unid 2130 ALE/USB sndg. (09/feb/06) (sw)
05478.0 923: Unid 1600 ALE/USB sndg. (07/feb/06) (sw)
05478.0 AA1: I AF 103rt Sqd, Ben Gurion ALE/USB 19:38 SND
(15Jan06) (MAL)
05478.0 AA1: Isr-Af 103 Sqdn Ben Gurion 2130 ALE/USB sndg.
(09/feb/06) (sw)
05478.0 AA1: Isr-Af 103 Sqn Ben Gurion 1627 ALE/USB sndg.
(16/feb/06) (sw)
05478.0 AA1: Isr-Af Ben Gurion 2153 ALE/USB sndg.
(13/feb/06) (sw)
05478.0 AAA: Isr-Af Tel Aviv 2114 ALE/USB sndg. (09/feb/06) (sw)
05478.0 AAA: Isr-Af Tel Aviv 2116 ALE/USB sndg. (13/feb/06) (sw)
05478.0 AAA: Isr-Af Tel Aviv 2126 ALE/USB sndg. (30/jan/06) (sw)
05478.0 BB3: I AF 16st Sqd, Palmachin ALE/USB 22:04 SND
(15Jan06) (MAL)
05478.0 DD1: I AF Unid Sqd, ALE/USB 18:18 SND (15Jan06)(MAL)
05479.5 : Unid. Swiss Military? 1355 UNID 220/340. Two or
more stns in QSO (31Jan06) (KB)
05505
EIP: SHANNON VOLMET IRL 1700 USB GOOD (13Feb06) (FC)
05505.0 Shannon volmet: (EIP) IRL 2203 USB voice
(30Jan06) (MAL)
05532
OKL: Praha Radio 0932 USB passing wx for Canary
Islands to CSA flight (29Jan06) (KB)
05544
B-6051: China Eastern A340 2114 HFDL Acks weather
for FZFG/Bokada via Muharraq. (01Feb06) (RGA)
05544
D-ALCO: Lufthansa Cargo MD11F Flt LH8189 1905 HFDL
Position report via Muharraq: 5202N 01711W.
(10Feb06) (RGA)
05544
D-ALCP: Lufthansa Cargo MD11 1916 HFDL Logs on to
Muharraq. (28Jan06) (RGA)
05544
G-VFOX: Virgin Atlantic A340 'Silver Lady' 2200 HFDL
Logs on to Muharraq. (26Jan06) (RGA)
05544
G-VGOA: Virgin Atlantic A340 'Indian Princess' Flt
VS0250 2217 HFDL Posn report 1622N 04726E.
(26Jan06) (RGA)
05544
G-VNAP: Virgin Atlantic A340 'Sleeping Beauty' 2207
HFDL Acks Weather data for N'Djamena Tunis Tamanrasset and
Lagos. (26Jan06) (RGA)
05544
G-VSSH: Virgin Atlantic A340 'Sweet Dreamer' 2006
HFDL Logs on to Muharraq. (01Feb06) (RGA)
05544
HS-TNA: Thai International A340 1918 HFDL Logs on.
(28Jan06) (RGA)
05544
SU0108: Aeroflot Flt 1914 HFDL Passes posn report
via Al Muharraq: 5317N 01816E. (28Jan06) (RGA)
05544
VT-JWC: Jet Airways India A340 2210 HFDL Logs on.
(26Jan06) (RGA)
05555
244: Prob Georgian Border Guard 1753 ALE/USB "TO:571
TIS:244" (29/Jan/06) (AA)
05559.0 nocall: or AEO 1926 USB/ALE wkng unid,encrypted?
(15-feb-2006)(MSM)
05565
288: Poss Chinese Military 1809 ALE/USB "TO:514
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WUN-v12
TIS:288" (29/Jan/06) (AA)
Aeromexico 5: MEX-CDG. B-767) ATC Clearance/w New
York. (06Feb06) (MH)
Air France 33: IAH-CDG B-777) 2341 USB Selcal
Check/w New York. (27Jan06) (MH)
Air France 489: SXM-CDG A-340) 2312 USB ATC
Clearance/w New York. (27Jan06) (MH)
Air France 656: ORY-CDG B-747) 0002 USB Position/w
New York. (27Jan06) (MH)
Air France 95: MIA-CDG. B-747) 0135 Position/w New
York. (06Feb06) (MH)
Air France: ORY-FDF. B-747) 0053 ATC Clearance/w New
York. (06Feb06) (MH)
Air Portugal 104: EWR-LIS. A-310) 0108 USB
Position/w New York. (06Feb06) (MH)
Air Transat 432: YYZ-FAO. A-310) 0216 USB Position/w
New York. (06Feb06) (MH)
American 62: MIA-CDG. B-767) 0149 Selcal Check/w New
York. (06Feb06) (MH)
American 68: MIA-MAD. B-767) 0156 USB Selcal Check/w
New York. (06Feb06) (MH)
Britannia 508: 0214 USB ATC Clearance/w New York.
(06Feb06) (MH)
Britannia 531: 0107 USB Position/w New York.
(06Feb06) (MH)
British Airways 2036: 0154 USB (MCO-LGW. B-777)
Selcal Check/w New York. (06Feb06) (MH)
Corsair 938: 2348 USB ATC Clearance/w New York.
(27Jan06) (MH)
Delta 108: ATL-MAD. B-767) 0234 USB Selcal Check/w
New York. (06Feb06) (MH)
Delta 132:(JFK-ATH B-767) 0019 USB Selcal Check/w
New York. (27Jan06) (MH)
Delta 148: 0043 USB (JFK-FCO B-767) Selcal Check/w
New York. (27Jan06) (MH)
Delta 90: JFK-BCN. B-767) 0226 USB Position/w New
York. (06Feb06) (MH)
Egyptian Air Force 1102: 0018 USB Position/w New
York. (27Jan06) (MH)
Emery 4: 2350 USB Position/w New York. (27Jan06) (MH)
Iberia 6122: MIA-MAD. A-340) 1001 USB Selcal Check/w
New York. (06Feb06) (MH)
Iberia 6250: JFK-MAD. A-340) 0035 USB Position/w New
York. (06Feb06) (MH)
Iberia 6274: ORD-MAD. A-340) 0126 USB Selcal Check/w
New York. (06Feb06) (MH)
KLM 754: BON-AMS. MD-11) 2358 USB Position/w Santa
Maria. (06Feb06) (MH)
LTU 443: LRM-DUS A-330) Position/w New York.
(27Jan06) (MH)
LTU 8825: PUJ-SXF A-330) 2339 USB ATC Clearance/w
New York. (27Jan06) (MH)
Lufthansa 463: MIA-FRA B-747) 2321 USB Position/w
New York. (27Jan06) (MH)
Lufthansa 535: CCS-FRA. A-340) 0253 USB Position/w
Santa Maria. (06Feb06) (MH)
Martinair 74: SJU-AMS. MD-11) 0059 USB Selcal
Check/w New York. (06Feb06) (MH)
N770BB: B-757) 0014 USB Position/w New York.
(27Jan06) (MH)
Reach 214: 0027 USB Position/w New York. (27Jan06) (MH)
Reach 222: 0048 usb Selcal Check/w New York.
(06Feb06) (MH)
Reach 261: 0207 USB Selcal Check/w New York.
(06Feb06) (MH)
Starway 71: 0208 USB Position/w New York. (06Feb06) (MH)
Virgin Atlantic: HAV-LGW. B-747) 0046 USB Selcal
Check/w New York. (06Feb06) (MH)
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05598.0 Aeromexico 5: (MEX-CDG, B-767), ATC Clearance/w New
York, 2-2-06 @0130Z (MH)
05598.0 Air France 95: (MIA-CDG, B-747), Position/w New
York, 2-2-06 @0135Z (MH)
05598.0 Air France: (ORY-FDF, B-747), ATC Clearance/w New
York, 2-2-06 @0053Z (MH)
05598.0 Air Portugal: 104 (EWR-LIS, A-310), Position/w New
York, 2-2-06 @0108Z (MH)
05598.0 Air Transat 432: (YYZ-FAO, A-310), Position/w New
York, 2-2-06 @0216Z (MH)
05598.0 American 62: (MIA-CDG, B-767), Selcal Check/w New
York, 2-2-06 @0149Z (MH)
05598.0 American 68: (MIA-MAD, B-767), Selcal Check/w New
York, 2-2-06 @0156Z (MH)
05598.0 Britannia 508: ATC Clearance/w New York, 2-2-06 @
0214Z (MH)
05598.0 Britannia 531: Position/w New York, 2-2-06 @ 0107Z
(MH)
05598.0 British Airways 2036: (MCO-LGW, B-777), Selcal
Check/w New York,2-2-06 @ 0154Z (MH)
05598.0 Delta 108: (ATL-MAD, B-767), Selcal Check/w New
York, 2-2-06 @0234Z (MH)
05598.0 Delta 90: (JFK-BCN, B-767), Position/w New York,
2-2-06 @ 0226Z (MH)
05598.0 Iberia 6122: (MIA-MAD, A-340), Selcal Check/w New
York, 2-2-06 @0110Z (MH)
05598.0 Iberia 6250: (JFK-MAD, A-340), Position/w New York,
2-2-06 @ 0035Z(MH)
05598.0 Iberia 6274: (ORD-MAD, A-340), Selcal Check/w New
York, 2-2-06 @0126Z (MH)
05598.0 KLM 754: (BON-AMS, MD-11), Position/w Santa Maria,
2-2-06 @ 2358Z(MH)
05598.0 Lufthansa 535: (CCS-FRA, A-340), Position/w Santa
Maria, 2-2-06 @0253Z (MH)
05598.0 Martinair 74: (SJU-AMS, MD-11), Selcal Check/w New
York, 2-2-06 @0059Z (MH)
05598.0 Reach 222: Selcal Check/w New York, 2-2-06 @ 0048Z (MH)
05598.0 Reach 261: Selcal Check/w New York, 2-2-06 @ 0207Z (MH)
05598.0 Starway 71: Position/w New York, 2-2-06 @ 0208Z (MH)
05598.0 Virgin Atlantic: (HAV-LGW, B-747), Selcal Check/w
New York, [email protected] 0046Z (MH)
05600
1107: Unid 1944 ALE/USB sounding (11Feb06) (KB)
05600
1912: Unid 1945 ALE/USB sounding (11Feb06) (KB)
05600
20101: Unid 1928 ALE/USB sounding (11Feb06) (KB)
05600
3002: Unid 2002 ALE/USB clg 4024 (11Feb06) (KB)
05600
3213: Unid 1957 ALE/USB sounding (11Feb06) (KB)
05600
32205: Unid 1942 ALE/USB sounding (11Feb06) (KB)
05600
4040: Unid 2004 ALE/USB sounding (11Feb06) (KB)
05600
4100: Unid 1933 ALE/USB sounding (11Feb06) (KB)
05600
4920: Unid 1919 ALE/USB sounding (11Feb06) (KB)
05600
5500: Unid 1933 ALE/USB sounding (11Feb06) (KB)
05600
6041: Unid 1925 ALE/USB sounding (11Feb06) (KB)
05600
8204: Unid 1932 ALE/USB sounding (11Feb06) (KB)
05600.0 Mumbai ACC: 2127 USB/Voice wkng various aircrafts
qsb (08-feb-2006)(MSM)
05622
A7-CJB: Qatar Airways A319 Flt QR0058 2259 HFDL Logs
on to Krasnoyarsk. (26Jan06) (RGA)
05642
QF3K: M89 0100 CW Msg: nr tt5 t845 rmks 6194 to 6190
6694 6664 8735 = svc qrw 6194 qrw l18 0930 kp 6194 ar agn nr
tt5 t845 rmks 6194 to 6190 6694 6664 8735 = svc qrw 6194 qrw
l18 0930 kp 6194 ar hr nr 24 hr nr 24 qsl? Then usual tape:
t3ap t3ap t3ap de qf3k qf3k v (rptd) (25Jan06) (IB)
05680
KINLOSS RESCUE: ARCC Kinloss Scotland 1227 USB
Calling RESCUE 122; has casualty on board (21Jan06) (JB)
05687.0 gaf624: GAF flight 624 1233 usb gestartet eddt
(Berlin-Tegel) 1225 (28Jan06)(wp3)
05702.0 ADW: Andrews AFB US mil HG-GCS 2144 ALE/USB SND
(29Jan06) (MAL)
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05702.0 CRO: Croughton AFB G US mil HG-GCS 2122, 2014
ALE/USB SND (29Jan06) (MAL)
05702.0 CROSPR: Croughton AFB SIPRNET G acces node US mil
HG-GCS 2123 ALE/USB SND (29Jan06) (MAL)
05702.0 HAWSPR: Ascension Island AFB SIPRNET acces node US
mil HG-GCS 2026 ALE/USBSND (29Jan06) (MAL)
05702.0 ICZSPR: NAS Sigonella SIPRNET I acces node US mil
HG-GCS 2133 ALE/USB SND (29Jan06) (MAL)
05702.0 PLASPR: Lajes Air Base Azores SIPRNET acces node US
mil HG-GCS 2044 ALE/USBSND (29Jan06) (MAL)
05702.0 raf: 0800 USB airfields status 15fev06 ML
05710
C35: Unid 1740 ALE/USB "TO:BB1 TIS:C35" (29/Jan/06) (AA)
05711
KNY70: US NCS Herndon VA 1521 ALE/USB Sounding.
(03Feb06) (RB)
05720
: Unid 0700 UNID FSK 200/1000 Baudot? Repeating same
string every 10 s. Off at approx. 0707 (26Jan06) (KB)
05720.0 co0021: Continental Airlines Flight 1059 hfdl
10:59:36 UTC FlightID = CO0021 LAT 57 44 30 N LON 16 27
16 W (14Feb06) (wp3)
05720.0 REYKJAVICK 1059: hfdl GND 11:00:33 UTC REYKJAVICK ICELAND UTCLOCKED Active freqs (Hz)
11184 KHz
8977
KHz
5720 KHz (14Feb06)(wp3)
05732
D45: CBP AEW&C P3 N145CS Jacksonville AMB 1454
ALE/USB Sounding. COTHEN. (03Feb06) (RB)
05737.3 : Unid. ISR Navy? 0438 UNID FSK 75/50. Related
unmod. carrier on 5737 . Similar signal seen before on 3873
(27Jan06) (KB)
05760.1 KNY70A: National Telecommunications Coordinating
Network: 1617 USB ALE (11/FEB/06) (JLM)
05762.0 035: unid 1316 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg 082
(21/JAN/06) (KK)
05762.0 035: unid 1346 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg 100
(21/JAN/06) (KK)
05762.0 035: unid 1416 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg 082
(21/JAN/06) (KK)
05762.0 035: unid 1446 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg 100
(21/JAN/06) (KK)
05778.5 : German Airforce D 1330 FEC-100/MFSK/170/192 3
chnl. (31Jan06) (piri)
05778.5 German Airforce: D 1330 MFSK FEC-100 3 chnl 192Bd
170Hz shift (31jan06) (piri)
05792.0 2405: Mrc- Protection Civile Marocaine 1955 ALE/USB
sndg. (14/feb/06) (sw)
05805.3 : Unid. Serbian Mil? 0835 VISEL? FSK 121/300 in
simplex QSO with weaker stn. 121+/-0.5 is quite sure
(26Jan06) (KB)
05807
ZKLF: Wellington Meteo 0901 FAX/120/576. Weak, large
caption/logo "METSERVICE" just readable (05Feb06) (KB)
05810.0 DW: DW, Juelich D 1915 DRM for Europe (29Jan06) (MAL)
05812
ESQ: Unid 1302 ALE/USB clg ESF (31Jan06) (KB)
05840
: Unid 0714 RTTY/50/500 blocks of 5FGs and 5LGs
(10/line) after ryry. Ending 0720 with "QRU CFM QRU"
(25Jan06) (KB)
05850
OXT: Copenhagen Meteo 0946 FAX Kap Farvell ice chart
22/Jan. Slight degradation due to BC QRM (24Jan06) (KB)
05853.4 : Unid 0814 FEC/100/170 ("POL-ARQ"?) encrypted
(05Feb06) (KB)
05865.0 TWBH2: Spa-Pol 1351 ALE/USB clg TXX2 Madrid
(12/feb/06) (sw)
05865.0 TWVE2: Spa-Pol 1156 ALE/USB clg TXX2 Madrid
(04/feb/06) (sw)
05865.0 TXX2: Spa-Pol Madrid 1156 ALE/USB clg TWVE2
(04/feb/06) (sw)
05865.0 TXX2: Spa-Pol Madrid 1517 ALE/USB sndg. Also noted
on 05352.0 (26/jan/06) (sw)
05865.0 TXX2: Spa-Pol Madrid 2243 ALE/USB sndg. (14/feb/06) (sw)
05871.0 TXX1: Spa-Pol Madrid 0946 ALE/USB clg TWCC2
(07/feb/06) (sw)
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: Russian Air Defence 2040 CW Plots in series
992335??8????? 992336?8????? (03Feb06) (RGA)
05887.5 IMB2: Rome Meteo I 1107 RTTY 50Bd 850Hz TAF msgs
(31jan06) (piri)
05887.5 IMB2: Rome Meteo I 1107 RTTY/50/850 TAF msgs.
(31Jan06) (piri)
05887.5 IMB: Rome meteo I 1906 rtty 50/850 synop (29Jan06) (MAL)
05892.0 TWBH2: Spa-Pol 1352 ALE/USB clg TXX2 Madrid
(12/feb/06) (sw)
05892.0 TXX2: Spa-Pol Madrid 1642 ALE/USB clg TYMC2 Caceres
(09/feb/06) (sw)
05892.0 TXX2: Spa-Pol Madrid 1651 ALE/USB clg TYMC2 Caceres
(09/feb/06) (sw)
05892.0 TYMC2: Spa-Pol Caceres 1651 ALE/USB clg TXX2 Madrid
(09/feb/06) (sw)
05901
HT?: Unid 0830 ALE/USB (13Feb06) (FC)
05901.0 USDAEOC2: US Department of Agriculture: 2227 USB ALE
(11/FEB/06) (JLM)
05923
: Unid 1432 RTTY/50/500 endless string
"298/298/298...". Off air 1435 (04Feb06) (KB)
05990.0 RTL: RTL Junglinster LUX 1812 DRM for Europe
(29Jan06) (MAL)
06002
: Unid 0755 CW extremely fast 5LGs with Russian
characters (04Feb06) (KB)
06095.0 RTL: RTL Junglinster LUX 1758 DRM for Europe
(29Jan06) (MAL)
06140.0 DW: DW, Juelich D 1747 DRM for Europe (29Jan06)(MAL)
06224
AA1: 103 Sqn Israeli AF Ben Gurion 1335 ALE/USB
Sounding. (01Feb06) (RGA)
06224
AA1: 103 Sqn Israeli AF Ben Gurion 1659 ALE/USB SND
sounding once per hour ? (22/Jan/06) (AA)
06224
AA1: 103 Sqn Israeli AF Ben Gurion 2056 ALE/USB
Sounding. (21Jan06) (RGA)
06224
AA1: 1559 ALE/USB SND (22/Jan/06) (AA)
06224
AAA: Israeli AF 1549 ALE/USB SND (22/Jan/06) (AA)
06224
AAA: Israeli AF NCS 1649 ALE/USB SND sounding once
per hour ? (22/Jan/06) (AA)
06243.0 XAS: Unid 1254 ALE/USB sndg. (26/jan/06) (sw)
06243.0 XSS: Unid 1547 ALE/USB sndg. (04/feb/06) (sw)
06262.5 iatd: IN ship VEGA P404 1020 usb/stanag4285 clg/tfc
to idr this istango delta roger your 301 over
(15Feb06) (wp3)
06262.5 idr: Italian Navy Rome 1020 usb/stanag4285 tfc to
tango delta (nostanag synch found) (15Feb06) (wp3)
06262.5 igdd: IN ship GORGONA A5347 1036 usb clg idr short
chat (between TFCiatd - idr) (15Feb06) (wp3)
06277.0 urwm: IZMAIL 1050 cw clg Izmail Radio (15Feb06) (wp3)
06277.0 uteq: ALEKSANDR ARJAVKIN 1118 cw clg Izmail Radio
tfc to (15Feb06)(wp3)
06288.0 AAA: Isr-Af Tel Aviv 1950 ALE/USB sndg. (23/jan/06) (sw)
06312
3FWE9: Ludvig Andersen (Panama Flag) 1801 DSC RQs
Aldor Ingebrigsten/LAYF for USB telephone call but does not
give any frequencies. (28Jan06) (RGA)
06312
BPAB: Ship Da Quing (PRC) 1757 DSC RQs MRCC
Shanghai/ MRCC China for safety test. (28Jan06) (RGA)
06312
UICO: Odovesk (Russia) 1756 DSC RQs MurmanskRadio/UDK for
telephone call to a 235..... number.(17Feb06) (RGA)
06312 PCHY: Crownbreeze (Netherlands) 1733 DSC RQs
LyngbyRadio/ OXZ for safety test. (17Feb06) (RGA)
06316.2 IGJ: IN Rome I 1535 Stanag 4285
IDR2/IGJ42/IGJ43/IDR4/IDR3/IGJ44 tape and procedure tfc
(31jan06) (piri)
06316.2 IGJ: IN Rome I 1535 STANAG-4285
IDR2/IGJ42/IGJ43/IDR4/IDR3/IGJ44 tape and procedure tfc
(31Jan06) (piri)
06316.5 VJS: : Perth radio AUS 14:14 GW-Pactor/100/200
channel free marker (12Feb) (PPA)
06316.5 VJS: Perth radio AUS 1414 GW-PACTOR/100/200 channel
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06327.5
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06340.5
06348
06348.0
06348.0
06358.5
06363.7
06379.0
06379.0
06379.7
06386.5
06389.0
06391.0
06391.2
06392.0
06392.0
06398.0
06400
06400
06410.5
06410.5
06410.5
06410.5
06425
06425.0
06425.0
06428
06428
06454
06456.2
06480
06483.0
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06491.6
WUN-v12
free marker (12Feb06) (PPA)
rlk7: Archangelsk Radio 2205 sitor-a tfc to unid
ship (19Jan06)(wp3)
UAT: Moscow Radio RUS 2252 CW+ARQ marker (28Jan06)(MAL)
IDR/IGJ: Roma/Augusta Radio Italy 2142
STANAG-4285/600L/5N1 "IDR2/IGJ42/IGJ43/IDR8/IDR3/ IGJ41".
(16Feb06) (RGA)
NMF: USCG BOSTON 2215 FAX (05-Feb-06) (FC)
FUE: FN Brest F 1550 STANAG-4285 Testing RY/SG
(31Jan06) (piri)
fue: FN Brest 1158 stanag4285/600L/5n2 VZCZCABC001
ALL DE FUE (4Feb06) (wp3)
FUE: FN Brest F 1550 Stanag 4285 Testing RY/SG
(31jan06) (piri)
PBB: RNethN Goree Is 1515 RTTY/75/850 CARBs. 02A 02B
04B 04C 06A 06B 08A 08B 12A 16X PBB. // 6483 8439.
(29Jan06) (RGA)
MGJ: RN Faslane 1850 RTTY/75/850 CARBs. (16Jan06) (JB)
4XZ: Haifa ISR HQ Navy 2327 CW marker (28Jan06) (MAL)
4xz: IN Haifa 1616 cw fgzcl zadfj fdxe = = nr 542
1618z: vvv de 4xz4xz (17Feb06) (wp3)
8PO: GW Bridge Town BRB 2329 traffic and iddle
(28Jan06) (MAL)
uso5: Izmail Radio 1100 cw 4ki 4ki 4ki de uso5 uso5
4277 6386.5 08586.0 12965 k 1105:qss/qsx 4277/4182.5
6386.5/6277 8586/8366.5 12965/12550.5 uso5 k (15Feb06) (wp3)
CTP: Portugal Navy 2156 RTTY 75/850 Naws de CTP
(22/01/06) (AJP)
---: UNID 1356 CW Rptd string "583 583 583 28333
28333" followed by rptd strings "583 583 583 27173 27173"
then offair (01/Feb)(DW)
CTP: PN Lisbon 2220 rtty 85/850 brcs marker
(28Jan06) (MAL)
---: UNID 0712 CW Rptd strings "139 139 139 27512
27512" followed by rptd strings "139 139 139 27049 27049" ends
"139 139 000" (02/Feb)(DW)
---: UNID 0717 CW Rptd strings "139 139 139 27418
27418" followed by rptd strings "139 139 139 26740 26740"
ends "000" (01/Feb)(DW)
CTP: PN Lisbon 2224 rtty 85/850 brcs marker
(28Jan06) (MAL)
3Z4CP1: Unid 1924 ALE/USB SND (22/Jan/06) (AA)
4Z4CP1: Prob 4/4 Avn US Army CP1 1904 ALE/USB
Sounding. (15Feb06) (RGA)
P4Z101: Unid 1743 ALE/USB SND (22/Jan/06) (AA)
T4Z101: 4 Bn 101 Avn US Army Iraq 1758 ALE/USB SND
(22/Jan/06) (AA)
T7Z101: Prob 7/101 Avn (GSAB) US Army Iraq 1741
ALE/USB "TO:R23445 TIS:T7Z101" (22/Jan/06) (AA)
T7Z101: Prob 7/101 Avn (GSAB) US Army Iraq 1749
ALE/USB SND (22/Jan/06) (AA)
XSS: 'XSS Net' 1512 ALE/USB Sounding. (01Feb06) (RGA)
XSS: Unid
2213 ALE/USB Snd. (22/01/06) (AJP)
XSS: Unid 1316 ALE/USB sndg. (26/jan/06) (sw)
ABC: VMF ident 1415 USB (24Jan06) (bef )
E10: 1733 USB Calling ABC still calling at 1755.
(24/Jan/06) (AA)
XSG: Shanghai Radio PRC 0005 CW Msg. (24Jan06) (bef)
: UNID 2008 STANAG 4285 600/L/ITA2/5N1 KG84
RYRYRYRYRY and long idle periods (20Jan06) (piri)
NYZ: Chinese Military? 0024 CW vvv q2m de nyz
. (24Jan06) (bef)
PBB: Den Helder HOL Navy 2209 rtty 85/850 brcs
marker (28Jan06) (MAL)
---: Spanish Ny 2145 Stanag 4285 600L ACF=0
(22/01/06) (AJP)
Unid: Spanish Ny 2145 Stanag 4285 600L ACF=0
(22/01/06) (AJP)
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06501.0 UWY: yalta r ? 0826 USB ukr yl c unid ship15fev06 ML
06507.0 Unid: 0335 UTC UNID 6507.0 USB - Female voice
(21jan06)(MH)
06523.4 VCS: GW station Halifax, Nova Scotia, CAN 2330
Dataplex traffic and iddle burts id 0x4E
(27Jan06) (MAL)
06529
CN-RNY: Royal Air Maroc A321 Flt RAM501 2306 HFDL
Posn report 3322N 00735W via Las Palmas.
(26Jan06) (RGA)
06529
HS-TLA: Thai International A340 2309 HFDL Logs on.
(26Jan06) (RGA)
06529
LX-VCV: CargoLux B747 'City of Walferdange' Flt
CLX743/CV0743 2308 HFDL Posn report 4705N 04104E via Las
Palmas. (26Jan06) (RGA)
06546
: Unid 0346 CW 3FGs: ... 187 t56 198 dzc 1t37. dno
tt5 32t 336 193 735 747 833 195 dzc 1ttt. dno tt6 327 329
184 187 18t 738 573 198 dzc 1tt3. dno tt7 649 575 225 826
195 dzc 1t26 ... 49 746 549 dirir = <recipient>: t ok ok de
de de qsa3 r aa? ni nil d <recipient>: ok d de qsa3 r 298
t47 kzcqc 986 4t9 d ar = o = 04 aa ns = <recipient>: = ar.
(28-Jan-06) (IB)
06565.0 288: Unid 2009 ALE/USB clg 587 (14/feb/06) (sw)
06565.0 288: Unid 2142 ALE/USB clg 204 (09/feb/06) (sw)
06577
American 619: JFK-SDQ A-300) 1235 USB Position/w New
York. (24Jan06) (MH)
06577
Delta 935: LGA-ATL B-737) 1248 USB Selcal Check/w
New York. (24Jan06) (MH)
06577.0 American 619: (JFK-SDQ, A-300) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @ 1235Z(MH)
06577.0 Delta 935: (LGA-ATL, B-737) Selcal Check/w New York,
1-24-06 @1248Z (MH)
06600.0 0811: 0918 ALE/USB clg 1800 [AMD]DIAL48715085
(08/feb/06) (sw)
06600.0 0811: 0923 ALE/USB clg 0801 (08/feb/06) (sw)
06600.0 1800: Ita-Af/CG? (previously noted, called by 0811
patrol boat) 2115 ALE/USB sndg. (13/feb/06) (sw)
06600.0 1800: Ita-Carabinieri 2056 ALE/USB sndg. (16/feb/06) (sw)
06600.0 CHARLY46: 0936 ALE/USB clg 57 (08/feb/06) (sw)
06600.0 Unid: 0931 ALE/USB clg 151 (08/feb/06) (sw)
06607
The xx7 Oddity. Unid propagation logger, RUS or UKR
1007:38 FSK burst 100/125 0.32 s, then in 10 s/1 MHz steps
to 19607 at 1009:48. Not heard before on xx007 + 600
(31Jan06) (KB)
06617
: SANKT PETERSBURG VOLMET 2150 LSB (05-Feb-06) (FC)
06668
762: Unid 1835 ALE/USB "TO:639 TIS:762" (22/Jan/06) (AA)
06668.0 unid: Unid 2149 ALE/USB clg 205 (09/feb/06) (sw)
06676
MUMBAI VOLMET: INDIA 1625 USB SUFF (13Feb06) (FC)
06676.0 sydney vm: 1631 USB eng 10fev06 ML
06700.0 gaf ab DHO: 23 0904 USB eng w DHM (91?) 15fev06ML
06712.0 30: Danish Mil 1225 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg DK11:
CC, answered by "28" and "68" (21/JAN/06) (KK)
06712.0 AFA andrews: usaf 0829 USB eam 15fev06 ML
06720.0 652222: USAF? [65-2222] 2138 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A
snd (03/FEB/06) (KK)
06724.0 ---: Unid
0039 Stanag 4285 1200L mostly ACF=16 ?
Strong signal (03/02/06) (AJP)
06724.0 Unid:
0039 Stanag 4285 1200L mostly ACF=16 ?
Strong signal (03/02/06) (AJP)
06724.0 unid: spanish SAR 1742 USB span wx d/x 10fev06ML
06730.0 taschkent volmet: 1621 USB russ 10fev06 ML
06739
ANDREWS: 60-char EAM Bcast 0159 USB KEIGQ2.
(08 Feb 06) (JH)
06739.0 CUW: lajes usaf 0824 USB eam 15fev06 ML
06748.0 46: Ita-Af 2126 ALE/USB clg CHARLY 46 (13/feb/06) (sw)
06748.0 CHARLY46: 0940 ALE/USB clg 57 (08/feb/06) (sw)
06748.0 CHARLY46: Ita-Af 2126 ALE/USB clg 46 (13/feb/06) (sw)
06748.0 CHARLY46: Ita-Af 2138 ALE/USB clg LY45 (13/feb/06) (sw)
06748.0 LY45: Ita-Af 2138 ALE/USB clg CHARLY46 (13/feb/06) (sw)
Pagina 149
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06775.0 ANTARCTO: Tun-Mil 2015 ALE/USB clg ASSADCTO
(09/feb/06) (sw)
06776.5 No Call: unid AF-MARS 2150 P-I/100Bd
<Calling:AFA1PF> (03/FEB/06) (KK)
06790
GASSI30P: Sonatrach Pump Station Gassi Touil
Algeria 1821 ALE/USB (or LSB) Sounding. RNOUSLR1/ Rhourde
Nouss LR1 pipeline sounds at 1935. (25Jan06) (RGA)
06790
OHT30P: Sonatrach Net Ohanet Algeria 1841 ALE/USB
(or LSB) Sounds. (25Jan06) (RGA)
06790
RNOUSLR1: Sonatrach Rhourde Nouss LR1 Pipeline
Algeria 1556 ALE/LSB Sounding. (01Feb06) (RGA)
06790.0 GASSI30P: ALG Sonatrach Gassi El Adem ALE/LSB 14:19
(15Jan06)(MAL)
06790.0 OHT30P: Alg-Oil/Gas Ohanet 1617 ALE/LSB clg MEDER30P
Medera (11/feb/06) (sw)
06790.0 RNOUSLR1: ALG Sonatrach Rhourde Nouss 2127 ALE/LSB
(28Jan06) (MAL)
06792
0000210001: Greek Gendarmeria 0727 ALE/USB "TO:0000210503
TIS:0000210001" (29/Jan/06) (AA)
06792
0000210401: Greek Police Net 2136 ALE/USB Sounding.
(25Jan06) (RGA)
06792.0 0000210502: Grc-Moi 1743 ALE/USB sndg. (23/jan/06) (sw)
06797
9Y5: Unid 1921 ALE/USB Sounding. (25Jan06) (RGA)
06813
: unid PTT station RUS 1851 OQPSK/1280/1400/USB nice
sync, unid data stream ACF=32 (31Jan06) (PPA)
06813.0 unid: PTT station RUS 18:51 USB/OQPSK/1280/1400 nice
sync,unid data stream ACF=32 (31 Jan) (PPA)
06835.0 B64: Pol-Mil (BRAWO Net) 1417 ALE/USB clg H40
(09/feb/06) (sw)
06840
NYZ: Chinise Military 1623 CW Q2M de NYZ. Nothing
heard 10640 kHz. // 4860. (25Jan06) (RGA)
06849.5 C1GM: : unid military RUS 15:00 CW/A1A duplex tfc to
XGLK (12 Feb)(PPA)
06849.5 C1GM: unid military RUS 1500 CW duplex tfc to XGLK
(12Feb06) (PPA)
06874.0 TWLC: Spa-Pol Santander 1654 ALE/USB clg TXXX Madrid
(19/jan/06) (sw)
06874.0 TYVC1: GUARDIA CIVIL ?CASTELLON 1927 MIL.STD
188-141A ALE on usb. Clng TYVV1 (25/Jan)(DW)
06874.0 TZSE: GUARDIA CIVIL MILILA 1929 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng TXXX (25/Jan)(DW)
06877
: unid Navy station RUS 1857 BEE 36-50/50/200 idling
followed by encrypted msg (31Jan06) (PPA)
06877.0 unid: Navy station RUS 18:57 BEE 36-50/50/200
idlingfollowed by encrypted msg (31 Jan) (PPA)
06880.0 CS003: Mkd-Mil 0931 ALE/USB clg RS0016 (10/feb/06) (sw)
06883
RGT77 : unid military RUS 1445 CW flash msg xxx xxx
RGT 77 RGT 77 (12Feb06) (PPA)
06883.0 RGT77: : unid military RUS 14:45 CW/A1A flash msg
xxx xxx RGT 77 RGT77 (12 Feb) (PPA)
06897.8 : UNID 2035 PACTOR2 HAM-mode. Mailbox menu, sending
a compressed msg. no calls. (20Jan06) (piri)
06902.4 10DIVIAFALE: 10 Div Italian AF 1859 ALE/USB
"TO:2DIVIAFALE/2 Div Italian AF" (22/Jan/06) (AA)
06902.4 2DIVIAFALE: 2 Division Italian AF 1855 ALE/USB
"TO:10DIVIAFALE/10 Div Italian AF. AMD:[email protected]" (22/Jan/06)
(AA)
06902.4 7010: Unid 1857 ALE/USB SND (22/Jan/06) (AA)
06904
IHT: Unid 1840 ALE/USB "TO:SBT TIS:IHT" (22/Jan/06) (AA)
06912
RMGB: Unid RUS Navy ship 1630 CW calling RCV who
response with qsa3 qrv. RMGB repeats message nr 413 (see
12464 kHz) (17Feb06) (piri)
06912.0 rcv: RUS N Sevastopol 1630 cw ok (weak sig) qso
rmgb: rcv ok (17Feb06) (wp3)
06912.0 rmgb: 1630 cw (very strong sig) qso with rcv: qrv
k
rmgb 413 7717 1915 413 - for rtj22 - rmgb 431 77 17 1915
413 - for rtj22 - 11111 6873077570 37054 (cut 0=t)
(17Feb06) (wp3)
Pagina 150
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06912.0 RMGB: Unid RUS Navy ship 1630 MORSE calling RCV who
response with qsa3 qrv. RMGB repeats message nr 413 (see
12464 kHz) (17FEB06) (piri)
06914
VENI88: UNID 0934 ALE/USB TO VENI97, 1203 TO VENI99
(15Feb06) (piri)
06914
VENI89: UNID 1247 ALE/USB TO VENI94 (15Feb06) (piri)
06914
VENI89: Unid, NOR 1002 ALE/USB clg HUGIN (14Feb06) (KB)
06914
VENI92: UNID 1516 ALE/USB TO VENI88 (15Feb06) (piri)
06914
VENI92: Unid, NOR 0957 ALE/USB clg VENI88 & VENI97.
At 1015 clg VENI99 (14Feb06) (KB)
06914
VENI94: UNID 1521 ALE/USB TO VENI88, 1322 TO VENI89,
1305 TO VENI96 (15Feb06) (piri)
06914
VENI95: UNID 1318 ALE/USB TO VENI94 (15Feb06) (piri)
06914
VENI96: Unid, NOR 1144 ALE/USB clg VENI99. At 1220
and 1436 clg VENI98, at 1502 clg VENI94 (14Feb06) (KB)
06914
VENI97: UNID 0950 ALE/USB TO VENI88 (15Feb06) (piri)
06914
VENI97: Unid, NOR 0809 ALE/USB clg VENI99 (14Feb06) (KB)
06914
VENI98: UNID 1419 ALE/USB TO VENI89, 1311 TO VENI94
(15Feb06) (piri)
06914
VENI98: Unid, NOR 1331 ALE/USB clg VENI94 (14Feb06) (KB)
06914
VENI99: UNID 1311 ALE/USB TO VENI88, 0832 TO VENI92
(15Feb06) (piri)
06914
VENI99: Unid, NOR 1634 ALE/USB clg VENI88 (14Feb06) (KB)
06914.0 VEN 192:
1515 Unid with sounding to VEN 188
ALE
15feb06 (R)
06914.0 VENI88: UNID 0934 USB/ALE TO VENI97, 1203 TO VENI99
(15FEB06) (piri)
06914.0 VENI88: UNID 1006 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng
VENI92. Also1008. 1108 clng VENI99 (16/Feb)(DW)
06914.0 VENI89: UNID 0727 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Responds to VENI94. Aslo at 0729z (16/Feb)(DW)
06914.0 VENI89: UNID 1247 USB/ALE TO VENI94 (15FEB06) (piri)
06914.0 VENI92: UNID 1516 USB/ALE TO VENI88 (15FEB06) (piri)
06914.0 VENI94: UNID 0723 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng HUGIN.
Also clng VENI89 at 0727, 0729, 0731. 0926 clng
VENI98, also 0928. 0928 responds to VENI96
(16/Feb)(DW)
06914.0 VENI94: UNID 1521 USB/ALE TO VENI88, 1322 TO VENI89,
1305 TO VENI96 (15FEB06) (piri)
06914.0 VENI95: UNID 1318 USB/ALE TO VENI94 (15FEB06) (piri)
06914.0 VENI96: UNID 0928 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng
VENI94. 1054 clng VENI98 (16/Feb)(DW)
06914.0 VENI97: UNID 0855 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng
VENI88 (16/Feb)(DW)
06914.0 VENI97: UNID 0950 USB/ALE TO VENI88 (15FEB06) (piri)
06914.0 VENI98: UNID 0926 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Responding to VENI94. 0955 clng VENI96 (16/Feb)(DW)
06914.0 VENI98: UNID 1419 USB/ALE TO VENI89, 1311 TO VENI94
(15FEB06) (piri)
06914.0 VENI99: UNID 0909 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng
VENI97 followed by a number of bursts of Mil.std 188-110A
serial tone (encrypted) (17/Feb)(DW)
06914.0 VENI99: UNID 0943 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng
VENI97 (16/Feb)(DW)
06914.0 VENI99: UNID 1311 USB/ALE TO VENI88, 0832 TO VENI92
(15FEB06) (piri)
06915
VCO: CG Sydney, NS, CAN 1747 FAX 120/576 end of unid
chart. Noisy; label not readable (14Feb05) (KB)
06915.1 VCO: CCG SYDNEY 1145 FAX 120/576/N/800 Ice analysis
chart for SE Newfoundland (16/Feb)(DW)
06918.1 1213: Prob Egyptian Border Guard 1920 ALE/USB SND
(21/Jan/06) (AA)
06924.0 RFI: WAFFA NET ?LOC 0204 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on
usb. Clng JCI. Also 0308 (09/Feb)(DW)
06924.0 RFI: WAFFA NET ?LOC 0247 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on
usb. Clng JCI (08/Feb)(DW)
06924.0 RFI: WAFFA NET ?LOC 2345 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on
usb. Clng JCI (07/Feb)(DW)
Pagina 151
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06925.1 G1X2: UNID 0836 CW Calls in slow hand. "vvv=S9N0 de
G1XZ k". 1306z clng "vvv = OC6Q de G1X2 k" (08/Feb)(DW)
06930
391: Unid 1817 ALE/USB "TO:862 TIS:391" (25/Jan/06) (AA)
06932.0 ---: UNID 0713 CW String "139 139 139 26663 26663"
rptd 11 times then "000" and offair (31/Jan)(DW)
06934
TXX1: Spanish Guarda Civil prob Madrid 1729 ALE/USB
"TO:TWCC2/Unid" (25/Jan/06) (AA)
06935.0 RX1: Est-Mil 1529 ALE/USB clg VC6 (26/jan/06) (sw)
06935.0 VC6: Est-Mil 1529 ALE/USB clg RX1 also noted on
04930.0 (26/jan/06) (sw)
06935.0 VC6: Est-Mil 1544 ALE/USB clg OV5 (26/jan/06) (sw)
06955
TXX2: Spanish Guardia Civil Valdemoro 1916 ALE/USB
Calls TYMG2/Guadalajara. (03Feb06) (RGA)
06955
TYMC2: Unid Spanish Guardia Civil 2042 ALE/USB Calls
TXX2/Valdemoro. (08Feb06) (RGA)
06955.0 TYMC2: Spa-Pol Caceres 1641 ALE/USB clg TXX2 Madrid
(09/feb/06) (sw)
06957
WARSZAWA3: R&S/MOI Net Warsaw 1532 ALE/USB Sounds
6994 and 6957 kHz. (01Feb06) (RGA)
06960.3 No Call: unid Fronet Station, S. 0836 P-I/100Bd
<Calling:F11HYM> VB Malmöhus, S. (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06960.3 No Call: unid Fronet Station, S. 0837 P-I/100Bd
<Calling:F34HUW> VB Nordvästra Götaland, S. (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06960.3 No Call: unid Fronet Station, S. 0838 P-I/100Bd
<Calling:F15HIH> VB Blekinge, S. (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06960.3 No Call: unid Fronet Station, S. 0839 P-I/100Bd
<Calling:F00HAA> unid VB (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06960.3 No Call: unid Fronet Station, S. 0840 P-I/100Bd
<Calling:F11HAA> VB Malmöhus, S. (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06960.3 No Call: unid Fronet Station, S. 0841 P-I/100Bd
<Calling:UF34HUW>VB Nordvästra Götaland; S.
(22/JAN/06) (KK)
06960.3 No Call: unid Fronet Station, S. 0842 P-I/100Bd
<Calling:F15HIH> VB Blekinge, S. (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06960.3 No Call: unid Fronet Station, S. 0909 P-I/100Bd
<Calling:F33HOT> VB Älvsborg, S. (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06960.3 No Call: unid Fronet Station, S. 0910 P-I/100Bd
<Calling:F32HGE> VB Västkusten, S. (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06960.3 No Call: unid Fronet Station, S. 0910 P-I/100Bd
<Calling:F34HUW> VB Nordvästra Götaland (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06960.3 No Call: unid Fronet Station, S. 0911 P-I/100Bd
<Calling:F14HLB> unid VB (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06960.3 No Call: unid Fronet Station, S. 0912 P-I/100Bd
<Calling:F53HAA> VB Dalarna, S. (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06960.3 No Call: unid Fronet Station, S. 0932 P-I/100Bd
<Calling:F33HHE> VB Älvsborg, S. (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06960.3 No Call: unid Fronet Station, S. 0946 P-I/100Bd
<Calling:F47HAC> VB Uppland, S. (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06960.3 No Call: unid Fronet Station, S. 0947 P-I/100Bd
<Calling:F42HAA> unid VB (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06963.0 1W1S: Naval Riverine ? 0359 LSB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg
T8R1 (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06963.0 BRIFFRI5: Riverine Brigade Franz Risquez Iribarren
0238 LSB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg PNME5: Naval River Post, Rio
Meta (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06963.0 LMN: unid 0801 LSB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg BRIFFRI5:
Riverine Brigade Franz Risquez Iribarren
(22/JAN/06) (KK)
06963.0 PNME5: Naval River Post, Rio Meta 0020 LSB
ALE/MIL-188-141A clg PNRN5: Naval Riverine
Post #5, Rio Negro (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06963.0 PNME5: Naval River Post, Rio Meta 0054 LSB
ALE/MIL-188-141A clg PNRN5: Naval Riverine Post #5, Rio
Negro (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06963.0 PNME5: Naval River Post, Rio Meta 0312 LSB
ALE/MIL-188-141A clg PNRN5: Naval Riverine Post #5, Rio
Negro (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06963.0 PNRN5: Naval Riverine Post #5, Rio Negro 0304 LSB
Pagina 152
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ALE/MIL-188-141A clg BRIFFRI5: Riverine Brigade Franz
Risquez Iribarren (22/JAN/06) (KK)
06963.0 PNRN5: Naval Riverine Post #5, Rio Negro 0321 LSB
ALE/MIL-188-141A clg PNME5: Naval River Post, Rio Meta
(22/JAN/06) (KK)
06963.0 PNRN5: Naval Riverine Post #5, Rio Negro 0733 LSB
ALE/MIL-188-141A clg PNME5: Naval River Post, Rio Meta
(22/JAN/06) (KK)
06965
: Unid 0721 USB 4-8 Voice male - in German. Qso like
o.m. = Pirates? (15Feb06) (WC)
06982
RFFXL: French Forces Naqoura Lebanon 1806 ARQ-E/
184.6/340 Betas. (25Jan06) (RGA)
06982
RFFXL: UNIFIL Beirut LBN 1900 ARQ-E/184.6/400 5L
grouped msg on XZL circuit to Paris, didn't find a QSX
frequency (31Jan06) (PPA)
06982.0 RFFXL: F Forces Naqoura, Lebanon 2307 ARQ-E
184.5/400 betas (26Jan06) (MAL)
06982.0 RFFXL: UNIFIL Beirut LBN 19:00 ARQ-E/184,6/400 5L
grouped msg on XZL circuit to Paris ,didn't found a QSX
frequency (31 Jan) (PPA)
06983
GS2: Georgian Net 0734 ALE/USB "TO:NET1 TIS:GS2"
(29/Jan/06) (AA)
06983.0 1br: unid US? 1610 ale [RX][CH 00][TIS 1BR][E]
(14Feb06) (wp3)
06983.0 3bt: unid US? 1600 ale [RX][CH 00][TIS 3BT][E]
(14Feb06) (wp3)
06983.0 GS2: Geo-Mil 1851 ALE/USB clg SB3 (16/feb/06) (sw)
06983.0 GV1: Geo-Mil 2230 ALE/USB clg RAINDI (14/feb/06) (sw)
06983.0 RAINDI: Geo-Mil 2230 ALE/USB clg GV1 (14/feb/06) (sw)
06983.0 rme: unid US? 1643 ale [16:43:15][CHN 00][TO ][SAI]
[TWS][RME] to:RAI, GS2,LAZ, ZVI, SB3WB3, SAI,
(14Feb06) (wp3)
06983.0 ZVIGENI: Geo-Mil 2124 ALE/USB clg RAINDI (09/feb/06) (sw)
06984.0 unid: 1436 unid 228,6/170 Alis/Merlin ?? (14Feb06) (wp3)
06991.0 557: Geo-Mil? 1513 ALE/USB clg 306 (26/jan/06) (sw)
06993
ANDREWS: Wkg Unid 2128 USB (Frequency is F117). Wkg
maybe LUCKY HAT or ?; unheard here] with something about
FLASH traffic (maybe voice) and quiet. Active again around
0145z with ANDREWS calling LUCKY HAT numerous times with no
known response. (08 Feb 06) (JH)
06994
WARSZAWA2: R&S/MOI Net Warsaw 1532 ALE/USB Sounds
6994 and 6957 kHz. (01Feb06) (RGA)
06994
WARSZAWA3: Polish MOI/R&S Net Warsaw 1931 ALE/USB
Sounds. (03Feb06) (RGA)
07000.0 @[email protected]: UNID 1031 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Valid?.
Clng 080 (10/Feb)(DW)
07000.0 CE: UNID 1105 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng 081
(10/Feb)(DW)
07010.0 GS2: Geo-Mil 2234 ALE/USB clg NET1 (14/feb/06) (sw)
07010.0 GV1: Geo-Mil 1545 ALE/USB clg RAINDI (07/feb/06) (sw)
07010.0 SAIRME: Geo-Mil 2101 ALE/USB clg GS2 (09/feb/06) (sw)
07018
REA4: Air Force HQ Moscow 1450 MORSE/--/1000 5FGs to
aircraft. (25Jan06) (RGA)
07070.0 288: UNID 0430 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng 686
(15/Feb)(DW)
07088.8 SL0NRO: Morse Practice Bcast 1430 CW AS AS = LEKTION
NR 15 TEXT 06151501.TXT TAKT 120 = OQZ DE GVP22145417 = DZRA
XHNP UAJR PSVQ ZIPU ... AS AS ... CT LEKTION NR 17 TEXT
06151703 TXT TAKT 120 = -APZ ZD-C 35à? ... (29Jan06)(RGA)
07325
ANDREWS: Clg OUTCROSS 2151 USB With no known
respones and quiet. (07 Feb 06) (JH)
07475.0 CS003: Mkd-Mil 0937 ALE/USB clg RS0016 (10/feb/06) (sw)
07527 JULIET/6004: 1558 sw usb / Called Camslant Chesapeake
but neither could hear the other. (02/Feb/2006) (John Gower)
07535
VMW: Wiluna meteo AUS 1432 FAX/120/576 Pressure
chart Australia and New Zealand (12Feb06) (PPA)
07535.0 VMW: : Wiluna meteo AUS 14:32 F1C/120/576 Pressure
chart Australia andNew Zealand (12 Feb) (PPA)
Pagina 153
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07595.8 : Unid 1744 UNID/50.1/165 Not masked RTTY. ACFs in
multiples of 4. .MP3 available. Freq 7595.85 kHz.(25Jan06) (RGA)
07620
006666: unid national intelligence org. TUR 2007
ALE/USB calling 000002 (14Feb06) (PPA)
07620.0 006666: : unid national intelligence org. TUR 20:07
USB/ALE calling000002 (14 Feb) (PPA)
07622.0 RS002A: Mkd-Mil 1059 ALE/USB clg CS002A (20/jan/06) (sw)
07646
DDK2 DWD Hamburg via Pinneberg 1559 RTTY/50/450 S9
Hear in York with some fading (26 Jan 06) (JB)
07668.0 AMM: Fra-Mfa Amman Jor 1557 ALE?USB clg CER42 Paris
(26/jan/06) (sw)
07668.0 CER42: Fra-Mfa Paris Fra 1131 ALE/USB clg AMMAN
Amman Jor (20/jan/06) (sw)
07694.4 : unid navy AUS 1411 F1B/300/300 encrypted tfc
(12Feb06) (PPA)
07694.4 no call: :unid navy AUS 14:11 F1B/300/300 encrypted
tfc (12 Feb) (PPA)
07710.0 VFR: ou VFF iqalit ou resolute ??? 1045 ?? veryweak
but fax characteristic noise 12fev06 ML
07736
Y1E: Unid 0330 ALE/USB Sounding. (24Jan06) (FC)
07739.0 OHT30P: Alg-Oil/Gas Ohanet 1618 ALE/LSB clg MEDER30P
Medera (11/feb/06) (sw)
07748
1JKW: Russian military RUS 0700 CW 5F msg to D9PF
(12Feb06) (PPA)
07748.0 1JKW: : Russian military RUS 07:00 CW/A1A 5F msg to
D9PF (12 Feb)(PPA)
07771.7 L2C: PNA Buenos Aires 0327 Sitor-Fec 100Bd
"_PREFECTURA_NAVAL ARGENTINA GUARDACOSTA_ PNA
''MANTILLA''_MENSAJE NAVALO" (03/FEB/06) (KK)
07785
HA48 : unid military ALG 1828 ALE/USB Calling HA50
(14Feb06) (PPA)
07785
HA50 : unid military ALG 1710 ALE/USB answers HA60
(14Feb06) (PPA)
07785
HA60 : unid military ALG 1708 ALE/USB Calling HA50
(14Feb06) (PPA)
07785
UM42 : unid military ALG 1837 ALE/USB Calling HA60
(14Feb06) (PPA)
07785.0 HA48: : unid military ALG 18:28 USB/ALE Calling HA50
(14 Feb) (PPA)
07785.0 HA4: Alg-Mil/Moi 1700 ALE/USB clg HA40 (06/feb/06) (sw)
07785.0 HA50: : unid military ALG 17:10 USB/ALE answers HA60
(14 Feb) (PPA)
07785.0 HA60: : unid military ALG 17:08 USB/ALE Calling HA50
(14 Feb) (PPA)
07785.0 LZ41: ALG MOI 2105 ALE/USB clng to UM42 (28Jan06)(MAL)
07785.0 UM42: : unid military ALG 18:37 USB/ALE Calling HA60
(14 Feb) (PPA)
07786
GADARA: UNJLC Gadaref SDN 1718 ALE/USB sounding
(14Feb06) (PPA)
07786
SHENDI: UNJLC Shendi SDN 1839 ALE/USB Calling WAU1
(14Feb06) (PPA)
07786.0 GADARA: : UNJLC Gadaref SDN 17:18 USB/ALE sounding
(14 Feb) (PPA)
07786.0 SHENDI: : UNJLC Shendi SDN 18:39 USB/ALE Calling
WAU1 (14 Feb) (PPA)
07801
6701: unid station 2048 ALE/USB sounding This was
[email protected]@ (16Feb06) (PPA)
07801
6869: unid station 2045 ALE/USB sounding This was
[email protected]@ (16Feb06) (PPA)
07801
8301: unid station 2054 ALE/USB sounding This was
[email protected]@ (16Feb06) (PPA)
07801
8401: unid station 2039 ALE/USB sounding This was
[email protected]@ (16Feb06) (PPA)
07801
RIR96: unid navy warship 1947 CW working simplex
with weaker RCV Sevastopol (14Feb06) (PPA)
07801.0 6701: : unid station 20:48 USB/ALE sounding This was
[email protected]@ (16 Feb)(PPA)
07801.0 6869: : unid station 20:45 USB/ALE sounding This was
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07805.0
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07809
07809.0
07809.0
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07816.7
07816.7
07816.7
07816.7
07820
07820.0
07845
07845.0
07864
07864.0
reading
07872
07872
07872.0
07872.0
07880.0
07887
07887.0
07890
07890
07890
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[email protected]@ (16 Feb)(PPA)
8301: : unid station 20:54 USB/ALE sounding This was
[email protected]@ (16 Feb)(PPA)
8401: : unid station 20:39 USB/ALE sounding This was
[email protected]@ (16 Feb)(PPA)
RIR96: : unid navy warship 19:47 CW/A1A working
simplex with weakerRCV Sevastopol (14 Feb) (PPA)
1210: : unid station 20:38 USB/ALE sounding This
was [email protected]@ (16 Feb)(PPA)
1210: unid station 2038 ALE/USB sounding This was
[email protected]@ (16Feb06) (PPA)
RO1CH: Emergency center Rochestor NH USA 1950
Sounding (14Feb06) (PPA)
RO1CH: : Emergency center Rochestor NH USA 19:50
Sounding (14 Feb)(PPA)
8QM: unid military ROU 0743 ALE/USB answers TAK
followed by Mil-std 188-110 serial modem tfc transmitting
encrypted msgs after countdown from 22 to 0
(12Feb06) (PPA)
TAK: unid military ROU 0743 ALE/USB Calling 8QM
(12Feb06) (PPA)
8QM: : unid military ROU 07:43 USB/ALE answers TAK
followed by Mil-std188-110 serial modem tfc transmitting
encrypted msgs after countdown from 22to 0 (12 Feb) (PPA)
TAK: : unid military ROU 07:43 USB/ALE Calling 8QM
(12 Feb) (PPA)
: MFA Cairo EGY 1640 ARQ plain ATU tfc to EGYEMB
Londen. (23Jan06) (piri)
: MFA CAIRO EGY 1907 ARQ s/c XBVY and 5HEX grps to
EMB London (19Jan06) (piri)
: MFA Cairo EGY 1923 ARQ Selcall XBVK and plain ATU
tfc to EGYEMB Berne. Freq Berne not found.
(23Jan06) (piri)
MFA Cairo: EGY 1640 ARQ plain ATU tfc to EGYEMB
Londen (23Jan06) (piri)
MFA Cairo: EGY 1923 ARQ Selcall XBVK and plain ATU
tfc to EGYEMB Berne. Freq Berne not found
(23Jan06) (piri)
BUDOWA: UNID 1124 ALE/USB TO FALUM (15Feb06) (piri)
BUDOWA: UNID 1124 USB/ALE TO FALUM (15FEB06) (piri)
TEC: UNID 0627 ALE/USB TO NJK and VKM (15Feb06) (piri)
TEC: UNID 0627 USB/ALE TO NJK and VKM (15FEB06) (piri)
: unid Intel (Enigma designator E07) 1944 AM/R3E
English O/M reading 5F grouped msg ending 000 000
(31Jan06) (PPA)
unid: Intel (Enigma designator E07) 19:44 AM/R3E English O/M
5F grouped msg ending 000 000
(31 Jan) (PPA)
ABRYNA: POL-mil 0935 ALE/USB TO STYGMAT followed by
Mil-std-188-110 serial tone modem. Opens with EQTEQTEQTEQT
q/3 h6mmt* and ends with EQT string. (15Feb06) (piri)
CUKIERNIA: POL-mil 0516 ALE/USB TO STYGMAT (15Feb06) (piri)
ABRYNA: POL-mil 0935 USB/ALE TO STYGMAT followed by
Mil-std-188-110 serial tone modem. Opens with EQTEQTEQTEQT
q/3 h6mmt* and ends with EQT string. (15FEB06) (piri)
CUKIERNIA: POL-mil 0516 USB/ALE TO STYGMAT (15FEB06) (piri)
DDK3: Hamburg Meteo 1526 Fax 120/576 Ice Chart
(14/feb/06) (sw)
: Cuban DGI CUB 2022 USB Spanish YL reading 5 figure
grouped message (16Feb06) (PPA)
no call: : Cuban DGI CUB 20:22 USB/J3E Spanish YL
reading 5 figuregrouped message (16 Feb) (PPA)
ABEL60: POL-mil 0948 ALE/USB TO DAKON55 (15Feb06) (piri)
ATENA66: POL-mil 0831 ALE/USB TO BERKEL57, 0847 TO
DIAKON55 (15Feb06) (piri)
BERKEL57: POL-mil 0752 ALE/USB TO ATENA66, 1157 TO
PLEBAN70 (15Feb06) (piri)
PLEBAN70: POL-mil 0753 ALE/USB TO ABEL60, 1157 TO
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07890.0
07890.0
07890.0
07890.0
07905.4
07905.4
07905.4
07905.4
07905.4
07908.5
07908.5
07909
07909.0
07926
07926.0
07960
07960.0
07965.0
07969.0
07972
07993.5
07997
07997
07997.0
08020.0
08020.0
08020.0
08020.0
08020.0
08023.7
08023.7
08030
08030.0
08034
08083.0
08084
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BERKEL57 (15Feb06) (piri)
ABEL60: POL-mil 0948 USB/ALE TO DAKON55 (15FEB06) (piri)
ATENA66: POL-mil 0831 USB/ALE TO BERKEL57, 0847 TO
DIAKON55 (15FEB06) (piri)
BERKEL57: POL-mil 0752 USB/ALE TO ATENA66, 1157 TO
PLEBAN70 (15FEB06) (piri)
PLEBAN70: POL-mil 0753 USB/ALE TO ABEL60, 1157 TO
BERKEL5 (15FEB06) (piri)
PLEBAN70: POL-mil 0753 USB/ALE TO ABEL60, 1157 TO
BERKEL57 (15FEB06) (piri)
T4Z101: 4 Bn 101 Avn US Army Iraq 1809 ALE/USB
"TO:R26435/US Army helicopter" (24/Jan/06) (AA)
T4Z101: Usa-Mil 4/101st Avn 1658 ALE/USB sndg. Also
noted on 05602.0(16/feb/06) (sw)
T7Z101: Usa-Mil 7/101st Avn 1650 ALE/USB sndg.
(16/feb/06) (sw)
T7Z101: Usa-Mil 7/101st Avn 1843 ALE/USB clg R23608
(16/feb/06) (sw)
T86AA: Usa-Mil 86 Med Co (AA) US Army 1645 ALE/USB
sndg. (16/feb/06) (sw)
IRA: : unid station 06:47 USB/ALE to SLO this is IRA
(12 Feb) (PPA)
IRA: unid station 0647 ALE/USB to SLO this is IRA
(12Feb06) (PPA)
TRIPOLI: FEMB Tripoli LBY 0624 ALE/USB TO BALTAZAR
MFA Paris (17Feb06) (piri)
TRIPOLI: FEMB Tripoli LBY 0624 USB/ALE TO BALTAZAR
MFA Paris (17FEB06) (piri)
AIOT: unid military RUS 1918 CW working duplex with
6LK4 requesting to send slower QRS later flash msg after xxx
xxx (14Feb06) (PPA)
AIOT: : unid military RUS 19:18 CW/A1A working
duplex with 6LK4requesting to send slower QRS later flash
msg after xxx xxx (14 Feb) (PPA)
MOB2MSS: Czech or Romanian MOI/Police/Military 0545
ALE/USB TO OKROKANMSS (17Feb06) (piri)
MOB2MSS: Balkan mil? 0545 USB/ALE TO OKROKANMSS
(17FEB06) (piri)
RS002A: Mkd-Mil 1058 ALE/USB clg CS002A (20/jan/06) (sw)
HR: ALG Sonatrach Hassi R'Mel ALE/USB 12:34
SND(15Jan06) (MAL)
: Unid UNID/24.5/500 Sounded like RTTY. Offair
before decode attempt. (25Jan06) (RGA)
NNN0MDA: unid NyMARS 2218 P-I/100Bd connecting MB
"DE NNN0MDA 10 MSGS >" (03/FEB/06) (KK)
WARSZAWA3: POL- mil 1630 ALE/USB TWS (16FEB06) (piri)
WARSZAWA3: R&S/MOI Net Poland 1635 ALE/USB Sounding.
(17Feb06) (RGA)
WARSZAWA3: POL- mil 1630 USB/ALE TWS (16FEB06) (piri)
2525: Mrc- Protection Civile Marocaine 2152 ALE/USB
sndg. (13/feb/06) (sw)
2528: Mrc- Protection Civile Marocaine 2153 ALE/USB
sndg. (13/feb/06) (sw)
46: Ita-Af 2052 ALE/USB clg 61 (13/feb/06) (sw)
Unid: Unid 2032 ALE/USB clg NIK (13/feb/06) (sw)
Unid: unid 2110 clg 252 (16/feb/06) (sw)
: EGYEMB Londen G 1633 ARQ HEX-Code groups to MFA
Cairo. (23Jan06) (piri)
EGYEMB Londen: G 1633 ARQ HEX-Code groups to MFA
Cairo (23Jan06) (piri)
: Unid 1905 LINK-11 System (02Feb06) (piri)
: Unid 1905 LINK-11 System (02feb06) (piri)
BUDOWA: Unid Polish/Hungarian Net 1537 ALE/USB Calls
FALUM. (15Feb06) (RGA)
288: UNID 0004 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb. Clng
587, also at 0408z. Clng 514 at 0206 (16/Feb)(DW)
: unid intel (Enigma M12) 1900 CW callup 462 462 462
1 into 5F grouped msg transmitted with 29 wpm ends TTT TTT
Pagina 156
08084.0
08084.3
08086.5
08086.5
08086.5
08086.5
08086.5
08086.5
08086.5
08087.0
08087.0
08087.0
08105
08105.0
08126.4
08130
08130.0
08136.0
08146.5
08146.6
08151
08151
08192
08234
08234
08234.0
08403
08403.0
08412.0
08413.0
08414.5
08414.5
08414.5
08414.5
08414.5
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(14Feb06) (PPA)
no call: : unid intel (Enigma M12) 19:00 CW/A1A
callup 462 462 462 1into 5F grouped msg transmitted with 29
wpm ends TTT TTT (14 Feb) (PPA)
ISC7: UNID 0951 CW "DZK2 de ISC7 k" "qrj3 k"
(16/Feb)(DW)
E02: Unid 1449 ALE/USB clg E08 (05/feb/06) (sw)
E02: Unid 1503 ALE/USB clg E12 (05/feb/06) (sw)
E08: Unid 1405 ALE/USB clg E12 (05/feb/06) (sw)
E08: Unid 1449 ALE/USB clg E02 (05/feb/06) (sw)
E08: Unid 1538 ALE/USB clg E12 (05/feb/06) (sw)
E12: Unid 1509 ALE/USB clg E02 (05/feb/06) (sw)
E12: Unid 1538 ALE/USB clg E08 (05/feb/06) (sw)
MEL: WLGP Mellitah Lby 1332 ALE/USB clg WAF Wafa Lby
(05/feb/06) (sw)
SAB: WLGP Sabha? Lby 0930 ALE/USB clg WAF Wafa Lby
(06/feb/06) (sw)
WAF: WLGP Wafa Lby 0926 ALE/USB clg SAB Sabha? Lby
(06/feb/06) (sw)
[email protected]@: Military Bucharest ROU 1912 ALE/USB sounding
THIS WAS [email protected]@ (31Jan06) (PPA)
[email protected]@ : military Bucharest ROU 19:12 USB/ALE sounding
THIS WAS [email protected]@ (31Jan) (PPA)
XSS: Unid 1411 ALE/USB sndg. (09/feb/06) (sw)
RS0011D: Prob Macedonian Military 1833 ALE/USB Calls
CS004A. (03Feb06) (RGA)
UM22: Alg- Mil 2019 ALE/USB clg XT2 (20/jan/06) (sw)
unid: 1030 cw weak sig, 5 lg, beginning with: +
uugmd uugmd uugmd- - - mwmwa ... till 1038z (12Feb06) (wp3)
IMB55: Rome Meteo 0714 FAX/120/576 Unid 2-panel
chart. Still unusable due to horiz. stretched black areas
(21Jan06) (KB)
IMB55: Rome Meteo 1638 Fax 120/576 Wx map
(04/feb/06) (sw)
TWC02: Spanish Guardia Civil 1835 ALE/USB Sounds.
(03Feb06) (RGA)
TXX1: Spanish Guardia Civil 1825 ALE/USB Calls
TWLC2/Cantabria(?) and TWCC2/Unid. (03Feb06) (RGA)
9MR5: Royal Malaysian Navy Johore Bahru 1506
RTTY/50/850 Calls and RYs. (29Jan06) (RGA)
AAA: Israeli AF 2110 ALE/USB Sounding. (08Feb06) (RGA)
AAA: Israeli AF Net NCS 1541 ALE/USB Sounding.
(15Feb06) (RGA)
M72: Unid Isr-Af 1008 ALE/USB sndg. (09/feb/06) (sw)
NPAGUA: Brazilian mil? 2030 PACTOR-1/ARQ and
PACTOR-1/FEC ASCII messages in plain and crypto strings.
Military procedures. Shuts off with "DE R" in morse.
(24Jan06) (piri)
NPAGUA Brazilian mil? 2030 PACTOR-1 ARQ and PACTOR-1
FEC ASCII messages in plain and crypto strings. Military
procedures. Shuts off with "DE R" in morse.
(24jan06) (piri)
idr: I Navy Rom 1100 rtty 75/850 idr2 /igj42
/igj43)~idr4 /idr3/igj44 / (12Feb06) (wp3)
IGFIAFALE: Unid Isr-Af? 1547 ALE/USB clg 1DIVIAFALE
(07/feb/06) (sw)
301805000: (Unid): with safety call to Lyngby Radio,
Denmark. 17feb06 (MDM)
3ECG9: Vessel "Victoria Bridge" with TEST req to
Naha (Naja), Japan.1845 (12-Feb-2006) (MDM)
3EPI9: Mass Wits (Panama Flag) 1708 DSC RQs JRCC
Pireaus/ SVO safety check. (17Feb06) (RGA)
9VDN3: Harriette N (Singapore) 1659 DSC RQs
LyngbyRadio/ OXZ safety check. (17Feb06) (RGA)
: Unid Vessel (MMSI 210680000) 0620 DSC Relays
alleged distress message apparently originating from
Barawati allegedly in undesignated distress at 0118N 10410E.
(28Jan06) (APB)
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08414.5 : Unid Vessel (MMSI 564825000) 0112 DSC Relays
apparent distress message allegedly from unidentified vessel
(MMSI 636012696) undesignated distress at 1653N 05528E.
(02Feb06) (APB)
08414.5 : Unid Vessel (MMSI 636090912) 0650 DSC Sends
undesignated type distress message apparently from 0556N
00315E. (28 Jan 06) (APB)
08414.5 : Unlisted MMSI 636012292 2319 DSC Relays apparent
unspecified distress message allegedly concerning vessel
SELINDA/A8CG5, supposedly at 2735N 14233E.
(26Jan06) (APB)
08414.5 : Unspecified station 0802 DSC Relays spurious and
illegal distress message from MMSI 000000000.
(22Jan06) (APB)
08414.5 C4BN2: Vessel "Baffin" with TEST req to La Garde,
France. 0738(12-Feb-2006) (MDM)
08414.5 C4BN2: Vessel "Baffin" with TEST req to Malaga
Radio, Spain. 0740(12-Feb-2006) (MDM)
08414.5 C4BN2: Vessel "Baffin" with TEST req to Valencia
Radio, Spain. 0749(12-Feb-2006) (MDM)
08414.5 Callao, Peru: Various safety calls. 0703
(13-Feb-2006) (MDM)
08414.5 CAMSPAC Point Reyes, CA, USA: safety call to TCOD4,
"Ince Istanbul",freq change to 8291. 1622 (9-Feb-2006) (MDM)
08414.5 Charleville, Australia: ACKing TEST requests,
including VRAQ3,"Brilliance". 1001 (16-Feb-2006) (MDM)
08414.5 Chilung-Kilung, Taiwan: ACKing TEST requests,
including UVCS,"Amour". 1038 (16-Feb-2006) (MDM)
08414.5 COMMSTA Honolulu: ACKing various TEST requests. 0839
(17-Feb-2006)(MDM)
08414.5 COMMSTA, Boston: ACKing TEST requests. 0638
(13-Feb-2006) (MDM)
08414.5 ELWE7: Vessel "Moscow River" with safety call to
USCG Stations GroupCall. 0538 (9-Feb-2006) (MDM)
08414.5 EQWY: Iran Amol (Iran) 1637 DSC RQs LyngbyRadio DNK
security check. (17Feb06) (RGA)
08414.5 GDHY: Celtic Carrier (Wales) 1652 DSC RQs
LyngbyRadio DNK security check. (17Feb06) (RGA)
08414.5 Hong Kong Marine Rescue: ACKing TEST request from
V7IO3, "HellespontTrinity". 1130 (16-Feb-2006) (MDM)
08414.5 HOQI: Hyundai Concorde (Panama-flagged) 1630 DSC RQs
Uni-Prudent/3FZF9 (Panama Flag) for safety check.
(17Feb06) (RGA)
08414.5 Istanbul, Turkey: ACKing several TEST reqs,
including 4JDR, "UzeyirHajybeyov". 0545
(12-Feb-2006) (MDM)
08414.5 JG5583: Vessel "Dejima" with safety call to Sasebo,
Japan. 0839(12-Feb-2006) (MDM)
08414.5 Mobile Radio/WLO, USA: routine call to C6LI6,
"Victoria Sprit". 0606(13-Feb-2006) (MDM)
08414.5 NMA: MRCC Miami/Norfolk USA 2357 DSC Relays apparent
undesignated distress message from unid ship (MMSI
412433940) at 3056N 12226E. (20Jan06) (APB)
08414.5 NMA: MRSC Miami/Norfolk USA 0637 DSC Relays
undesignated alleged distress message seemingly from Rubin
Echo/3FAK9 at 3813N 17818W/ (28 Jan 06) (APB)
08414.5 NMC: CAMSPAC Point Reyes CA USA 1634 DSC Relays
apparent distress message apparently from Bow Fraternity/S6BV7 in
undesignated distress at 1452N 07303W.
(04Feb06) (APB)
08414.5 Olympia Radio, Greece: test ACK for 3EJY2, "Crystal
Ace". 1515(12-Feb-2006) (MDM)
08414.5 OXZ: LyngbyRadio Denmark 1727 DSC Relays distress
message from Panama-flagged Heng Da I/HPYH sinking at 2517N
11946E. Supported by co-lateral evidence - Boston (MA, USA)
Globe, 18 Feb, "37 people missing after "a Panamanian ship"
hit the rocks of "Ping Tan Island." (16Feb06) (APB)
08414.5 P3KY8: Vessel "Delfinaki" with safety call to Madrid
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08414.5
08414.5
08414.5
08414.5
08414.5
08414.5
08414.5
08414.5
08414.5
08414.5
08414.5
08414.5
08417
08418.0
08419.5
08419.5
08423.7
08424.0
08424.0
08428
08428.0
08428.0
08431.0
08431.5
08434.0
08435
08439.0
08446
08446.0
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Radio, Spain.0705 (9-Feb-2006) (MDM)
S6AJ8: Vessel "Garden City River" with test request
to Tokyo, Japan.1840 (12-Feb-2006) (MDM)
Shanghai Radio, China: ACKing various ships' TEST
requests, includingBPMQ, "Zhen Fen 17". 0947
(16-Feb-2006) (MDM)
Taupo Radio, New Zealand: Area call South zero
degrees to 90 degrees,East 155 degrees to 90 degrees. 2351
(16-Feb-2006) (MDM)
UIRN: Altair (Russia) 1711 DSC RQs LyngbyRadio/OXZ
for a safety test. (17Feb06) (RGA)
Unid (636024005): with safety call to MRSC La
Coruña, Spain. 0843(12-Feb-2006) (MDM)
Unid: MMSI Ship 311293000, with safety call to
Semarang, Indonesia Change to 8291, USB (J3). 1123
(16-Feb-2006) (MDM)
Unid: test REQ to USCG Hampton Roads, USA. 0725
(13-Feb-2006) (MDM)
Unid: with safety call to COMMSTA Miami. 0631
(13-Feb-2006) (MDM)
Unid: with safety call to COMMSTA Portsmouth. 0631
(13-Feb-2006)(MDM)
Unid: with safety call to Horta, Azores. 0651
(13-Feb-2006) (MDM)
Unid: with safety call to Inchon Marine Police
Radio, Indonesia. Freqchange to 8291 USB. 0949
(12-Feb-2006) (MDM)
Unid: with safety call to Paita, Peru. 0636
(13-Feb-2006) (MDM)
VQFV3: British Hawthorn (UK) 1709 DSC RQs sister
ship British Explorer/VQGB2 for simplex telephone
conversation on 8291 kHz USB. (28Jan06) (JE)
VRVL3: Vessel "Great Bless" working Easter Island,
Chile, with TESTrequest. 1137 (16-Feb-2006) (MDM)
VRXU8: Vessel "Heng Xin" working Guanzhou Radio,
China, with TESTrequest. 1349 (16-Feb-2006) (MDM)
VRYS7: Vessel "Sir Ivor" with test req to Valparaiso
Playa Ancha,Chile. 0839 (12-Feb-2006) (MDM)
VRZJ6 "Cemtext Sincerity": safety call to Merauke,
Indonesia. 1337(10-Feb-2006) (MDM)
XSV: TIANJIN RADIO 1715 CW/SITOR CH. MARK. (18Feb06) (FC)
iar: Rome Radio 1108 cw/marker (12Feb06) (wp3)
PPR: Rio de Janeiro Radio B 2019 ARQ w/Morse call
and torfree burst (31Jan06) (piri)
PPR: Rio de Janeiro Radio B 2019 MORSE call and
torfree burst (31jan06) (piri)
uiw: Kaliningrad Radio 1111 arq tfc to uzna 1115z
cw/marker uiwkld kdkdkd (12Feb06) (wp3)
svo4: Olympia Radio 1121 cw/marker de svo (12Feb06) (wp3)
SVO4: OLYMPIA RADIO 1306 SITOR/B 100/E/170 Shipress
in Greek thru 1327z (18/Feb)(DW)
NMN: CG Portsmouth USA 2024 ARQ w/Morse call and
torfree burst (31Jan06) (piri)
NMN: CG Portsmouth USA 2024 MORSE call and torfree
Burst (31jan06) (piri)
nmn: USCG Portsmouth, VA 1123 cw/marker (12Feb06) (wp3)
tah: Istambul Radio 1124 cw/marker (12Feb06) (wp3)
UAT: Moscow 0221 ARQ w/CW marker (27/01/06) (RH2)
tah: Istambul Radio 1126 cw/marker (12Feb06) (wp3)
XSQ: ShanghaiRadio PRC 1531 ARQ w/Morse ID.
(29Jan06) (RGA)
pbc: DN Goerree 1130 rtty 75/850 02a
02b
04b
04c
06wh sppy~ 08a
08b
12ar~h16x
pbb
(12Feb06) (wp3)
ZSC :Globewireless Capetown AFS 2015 GWPACTOR/100/200 channel free marker
(31Jan06) (PPA)
ZSC: Globewireless Capetown AFS 20:15 GWPagina 159
08451.0
08453.0
08453.0
08453.0
08454
08454.0
08454.0
08461.7
08462
08478.5
08495
08502:
08521.7
08549.6
08550
08550
08600.0
08600.0
08604
08604.0
08634
08634.0
08683.5
08720.4
08720.4
08734
08740
08740.0
08743
08743.0
08828
WUN-v12
Pactor/100/200 channel free marker
(31 Jan) (PPA)
fuo: FN La Regine 0925 stanag4285/300L/5N2 NAWS DE
FUO.VV TESTING (29Jan06) (wp3)
fuo: F navy Toulon 0912 stanag4285/300L/5n2 FC FC FC
DE FUO FUO FUO QSL O P 180908Z JAN 06 QSL O P 180908Z JAN
06 TIME
0914Z NNNN(18Jan06) (wp3)
fuo: FN Toulon 1232 stanag4285/300L/5N2 FAAA DE
FUO.(4Feb06) (wp3)
FUO: FN TOULON 1715 STANAG 4285 on usb. 300/L Baudot
5N2. Marker FAAA de FUO testing RYs SG figs "voyez vous le
brick..." int zbz" (15/Feb)(DW)
UIW2: Kaliningrad R 1019 RTTY/50/170 blind tfc
(05Feb06) (KB)
uiw: Kaliningrad Radio 1005 rtty 50/170 zczc
kaliningrad (29Jan06) (wp3)
uiw: Kaliningrad Radio 1020 cw cq cq cq de uiw uiw
qss 8454/12877.5/16927 ans 8363.5/12422.5/12422.5/16677.5 k
(29Jan06) (wp3)
9MR: Malay Navrad 0115 RTTY/50/850 5LG (27/01/06) (RH2)
9MR: Malay Navrad 1555 RTTY/50/850 5LG (20/01/01) (RH2)
FUF: FN FT DE FRANCE 2302 STANAG 4285 on usb. 300/L
Baudot 5N2. Marker "oo FAAA de RFLIE znr uuuuu zui testing
RYs SGs nnnn" (15/Feb)(DW)
C: Russian Beacon Moscow 1648 CW (18Jan06) (bef)
XSG: SHANGAI RADIO 1804 CW CQ CQ CQ DE XSG XSG PLS
UP 353. (03-FEB-06) (FC)
No Call: unid pak Vessel 2205 P-I/100Bd
<Calling:ARL4> Karachi Nav.Stat, answer in P-II fec s./I.
(03/FEB/06) (KK)
: Unid 1850 RTTY/75/850 B FHZSQHGKZ SYYYZLQVHD.
(16Jan06) (JB)
CTP: PN Lisbon 1810 RTTY/75/850 NAWS (19Jan06) (JB)
CTP: Portuguese Navy Oeiras/Palhais 1653 RTTY/75/850
naws de ctp ... (18Jan06) (bef)
3240: Unid 1626 ALE/USB sndg. (07/feb/06) (sw)
XSV: Chn-Mms Tianjin R 1509 A1a ch-mkr (cq de xsv
up363) (14/feb/06) (sw)
ZSJ: SAN Silvermine AFS 1950 MFSK-32/54.3/2000 no
decode, several messages off between them
(16Feb06) (PPA)
ZSJ: : SAN Silvermine AFS 19:50 Mfsk-32/54,3/2000 no
decode ,severalmessages off between them
(16 Feb) (PPA)
VTG6 : Indian Navy Mumbai IND 2008 CW Weather
bulletin (31Jan06) (PPA)
VTG6: Indian navy Mumbai IND 20:08 CW/A1A Weather
bulletin (31 Jan)(PPA)
lfi: Rogaland Radio 1137 globe wireless marker
9MG: : Penang radio MLA 15:12 GW-Pactor/100/200
channel free marker(12 Feb) (PPA)
9MG: Penang radio MLA 1512 GW-PACTOR/100/200 channel
free marker (12Feb06) (PPA)
SVO43: OLYMPIA RADIO GREECE 1610 USB GOOD (13Feb06) (FC)
B9S: unid military net 1701 USB + BR6028 radio check
with Z2Y K9N GVO M6S using accented English followed by
BR6028 modem tfc (12Feb06) (PPA)
B9S: : unid military net 17:01 J3E/USB + BR6028
radio check with Z2YK9N GVO M6S using accented English
followed by BR6028 modem tfc (12 Feb)(PPA)
HSW: Bangkok meteo THA 1640 USB Thai male reading
weather followed by a musical chime at 16:43 and weather in
English (11Feb06) (PPA)
HSW: : Bangkok meteo THA 16:40 J3E/USB Thai male
reading weatherfollowed by a musical chime at
16:43 and weather in English (11 Feb) (PPA)
ZKAK: Auckland volmet NZL 1623 USB computer male
voice reading METAR observations (12Feb06) (PPA)
Pagina 160
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08828.0 ZKAK: : Auckland volmet NZL 16:23 USB/J3E computer
male voice readingMETAR observations (12 Feb) (PPA)
08846.0 U.S. Air 295: (CLT-PUJ, A-319), Position/w New York,
1-29-06 @1534Z (MH)
08861.0 UUO: Kirensk Volmet 0904 wx Magadan w/ YL in RR
(09/FEB/2006) (IDS)
08885
G-VATL: Virgin Atlantic A340 'Atlantic Angel' 2202
HFDL Logs on to Muharraq. (26Jan06) (RGA)
08891.8 Continental 712: (POP-EWR, B-737), ATC Clearance/w
New York,1-31-06 @ 2045Z
08894.2 1800: , YA : unid station 16:31 Pactor/200/200
calling 810 followed byencrypted msgs ending in CW
transmitting DE YA followed by excited Arabicvoice
conversations on 8892.0 USB (12 Feb) (PPA)
08894.2 1800: unid station 1631 PACTOR/200/200 calling 810
followed by encrypted msgs ending in CW transmitting DE YA
followed by excited Arabic voice conversations on 8892 USB
(12Feb06) (PPA)
08906.0 New York Radio: 2135 working 500 GOLF VICTOR
Requesting FL470. Mach 8.0.(CJM)
08912
"004": ARINC Riverhead NY USA 1943 HFDL Squitters
(16Feb06) (PPA)
08912
CO0600: Continental Flt 2139 HFDL Posn report via
Riverhead 3318N 07803W. (01Feb06) (RGA)
08912
N14102: Continental B757 Flt CO1434 2141 HFDL Posn
4140N 09118W via Riverhead. (01fév06) 08912
A7-AEA: Qatar
Airways A330 2147 HFDL Logs on. (01Feb06) (RGA)
08912
ZS-SNE: S.African Airways A340 2138 HFDL Signs on to
Riverhead NY QSY'd from Muharraq. (01Feb06) (RGA)
08912.0 "004": : ARINC Riverhead NY USA 19:43 USB/HFDL
Squitters (16Feb) (PPA)
08912.0 705: USCG HC-130H 1705, CGAS Clearwater 1312 ALE/USB
clg LNT: USCG CAMSLANT Chesapeake, VA (30/jan/06) (sw)
08912.0 LNT: USCG CAMSLANT Chesapeake, VA 1312 ALE/USB clg
705: USCG HC-130H 1705, CGAS Clearwater (30/jan/06) (sw)
08918
Martinair 639: AMS-CUN B-767) 1915 USB Position/w
New York. (23Jan06) (MH)
08918
Aeroflot 333: SVO-HAV B-767) 1850 USB Position/w New
York. (23Jan06) (MH)
08918
Aeromexico 6: CDG-MEX B-767) 1815 USB Position/w New
York. (23Jan06) (MH)
08918
Air Canada 1241: BGI-YYZ A-319) 2018 USB Position/w
New York. (23Jan06) (MH)
08918
Air Canada 1276: YYZ-SJU A-320) 1337 USB Position/w
New York. (22Jan06) (MH)
08918
Air Canada 1846: YYZ-PUJ A-319) 1315 USB Position/w
New York. (22Jan06) (MH)
08918
Air Canada 7050: MCI-YYZ B-767) 1516 USB Selcal
Check/w New York. (23Jan06) (MH)
08918
Air Canada 951: PAP-YUL. B-767) 2024 USB Position/w
New York. (31Jan06) (MH)
08918
Air France 474: CDG-HAV B-747) 2035 USB Position/w
New York. (23Jan06) (MH)
08918
American 1080: PLS-JFK. B-757) 1842 USB Position/w
New York. (31Jan06) (MH)
08918
American 1151: IAD-SJU B-757) 1317 USB Position/w
New York. (22Jan06) (MH)
08918
American 1501: BOS-PLS B-757) 1728 USB Position/w
New York. (22Jan06) (MH)
08918
American 1845: BWI-SJU B-757) 1316 USB Positon/w New
York. (22Jan06) (MH)
08918
American 1889: JFK-STI A-300) 1409 USB Position/w
New York. (22Jan06) (MH)
08918
American 1892: STI-JFK A-300) 1912 USB Position/w
New York. (23Jan06) (MH)
08918
American 1985: PHL-SJU. B-757) 1745 USB Position/w
New York. (31Jan06) (MH)
08918
American 2146: SJU-ORD B-757) 1431 USB Position/w
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New York. (23Jan06) (MH)
American 599: BWI-SJU B-757) 1455 USB Position/w New
York. (22Jan06) (MH)
American 618: SDQ-JFK A-300) 1725 USB Position/w New
York. (22Jan06)
American 635: JFK-SDQ. A-300) 2038 USB Position/w
New York. (31Jan06) (MH)
American 63: CDG-MIA B-767) 1903 USB Position/w New
York. (23Jan06) (MH)
American 660: SXM-JFK. B-757) 2040 Position/w New
York. B-757 (31Jan06) (MH)
American 674: SJU-EWR B-757) 2012 USB Position/w New
York. (23Jan06) (MH)
American 679: JFK-AUA. B-757) 1809 USB Position/w
New York. (31Jan06) (MH)
American 725: SJU-ORD. B-757) 2041 USB Position/w
New York. (31Jan06) (MH)
American 780: SDQ-JFK A-300) 1429 USB Position/w
New York. (23Jan06) (MH)
American 833: JFK-STI A-300) 1343 USB Position/w New
York. (22Jan06) (MH)
American 896: PAP-JFK A-300) 2020 USB Position/w New
York. (23Jan06) (MH)
American 896: PAP-JFK. A-300) 2108 USB Position/w
New York. (31Jan06) (MH)
American 896: PAP-JFK. A-306) 2039 USB Position/w
New York. (31Jan06) (MH)
American 9271: STI-JFK A-300) 1319 USB Position/w
New York. (22Jan06) (MH)
BWIA 701: IAD-BGI. B-737) 2032 USB Selcal Check/w
New York. (31Jan06) (MH)
Continental 712: POP-EWR B-737) 1950 USB Position/w
New York. (23Jan06) (MH)
Continental 712: POP-EWR. B-737) 2045 ATC
Clearance/w New York. (31Jan06) (MH)
Continental 737: STI-EWR B-737) 2037 USB Position/w
New York. (23Jan06) (MH)
Delta 606: BDA-ATL B-757) 2024 USB Position/w New
York. (23Jan06) (MH)
Delta 606: BDA-ATL. B-737) 2043 USB Position/w New
York. (31Jan06) (MH)
Delta 766: ATL-BDA B-737) 1741 USB Position/w New
York. (31Jan06) (MH)
Iberia 6403: MAD-MIA A-340) 1942 USB Position/w New
York. (23Jan06) (MH)
Jet Blue 702: SJU-JFK. A-320) 1824 Position/w New
York. (31Jan06) (MH)
Jet Blue 703: JFK-SJU. A-320) 2018 USB Position/w
New York. (31Jan06) (MH)
Jet Blue 736: BQN-JFK. A-320) 1753 USB Position/w
New York. (31Jan06) (MH)
N164RJ: B-737) 2014 USB Position/w New York.
(23Jan06) (MH)
N88DD: PWK-SXM. Falcon) 1800 USB Position/w New
York. (31Jan06) (MH)
N909MM : Falcon) 1936 USB Position/w New York.
(23Jan06) (MH)
Ryan 623: PUJ-MSP B-737) 1906 USB Postion/w New
York. (23Jan06) (MH)
Titan 23: C-130 1752 USB Position/w New York.
(31Jan06) (MH)
U.S. Air 1139: CLT-PLS A-320) 1350 USB Radio Check/w
New York. (22Jan06) (MH)
U.S. Air 1297: CLT-SJU B-767) 1410 USB Position/w
New York. (22Jan06) (MH)
U.S. Air 134: STT-PHL. B-767) 2052 USB Position/w
New York. (31Jan06) (MH)
U.S. Air 1427: SJU-PHL. B-767) 1908 USB Position/w
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New York. (31Jan06) (MH)
U.S. Air 1480: CLT-STT) B-757 Position/w New York.
(31Jan06) (MH)
U.S. Air 658: BOS-SJU) 1734 USB A-319 Position/w New
York. (31Jan06) (MH)
U.S. Air 877: CLT-SXM. B-757) 1811 USB Position/w
New York. (31Jan06) (MH)
U.S. Air 905: CLT-SJU A-320) 1345 USB Position/w New
York. (22Jan06) (MH)
U.S. Air 968: SJU-CLT B-767) 2023 USB Position/w New
York. (23Jan06) (MH)
U.S. Air 968: SJU-CLT. B-767) 2042 USB Position/w
New York. (31Jan06) (MH)
United 1267: IAD-SJU A-320) 1433 USBPosition/w New
York. (23Jan06) (MH)
United 1267: IAD-SJU A-320) 1446 USB Position/w New
York. (22Jan06) (MH)
United 899: IAD-AUA A-320) 1504 USB Position/w New
York. (23Jan06) (MH)
United 9809: SJU-IAD A-320) 1324 USB Position/w New
York. (22Jan06) (MH)
United 983: IAD-PUJ A-320) 1517 USB Position/w New
York. (22Jan06) (MH)
United 991: IAD-STT A-320) 1428 USB Position/w New
York. (22Jan06) (MH)
United 998: SJU-IAD. A-320) 2109 USB Selcal Check/w
New York. (31Jan06) (MH)
Aeroflot 333: (SVO-HAV, B-767) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @ 1850Z(MH)
Aeromexico 6: (CDG-MEX, B-767) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @ 1815Z(MH)
Air Canada 1241: (BGI-YYZ, A-319) Position/w New
York, 1-23-06 @2018Z(MH)
Air Canada 1272: (YYZ-PLS, A-319) Position/w New
York, 1-24-06 @2048Z (MH)
Air Canada 1276: (YYZ-SJU, A-320) Position/w New
York, 1-22-06 @1337Z(MH)
Air Canada 1846: (YYZ-PUJ, A-319) Position/w New
York, [email protected] 22jan06 (MH)
Air Canada 7050: (MCI-YYZ, B-767) Selcal Check/w New
York, [email protected] 1516Z(MH)
Air Canada 951: (PAP-YUL, B-767), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @2024Z
Air France 474: (CDG-HAV, B-747) Position/w New
York, 1-23-06 @2035Z(MH)
American 1015: (JFK-PLS, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @1521Z (MH)
American 1044: (AUA-BOS, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @2014Z (MH)
American 1080: (PLS-JFK, B-757), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1842Z
American 1151: (IAD-SJU, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @1317Z(MH)
American 1278: (SJU-BWI, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @2059Z (MH)
American 1501: (BOS-PLS, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @1728Z(MH)
American 1774: (STI-JFK, A-300) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @1553Z (MH)
American 1845: (BWI-SJU, B-757) Positon/w New York,
1-22-06 @1316Z(MH)
American 1889: (JFK-STI, A-300) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @1409Z(MH)
American 1892: (STI-JFK, A-300) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @1912Z(MH)
American 1892: (STI-JFK, A-300) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @1923Z (MH)
American 1985: (PHL-SJU, B-757), Position/w New
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York, 1-31-06 @1745Z
American 2146: (SJU-ORD, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @1431Z(MH)
American 599: (BWI-SJU, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @ 1455Z(MH)
American 618: (SDQ-JFK, A-300) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @ 1725Z(MH)
American 635: (JFK-SDQ, A-300), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @2038Z
American 63: (CDG-MIA, B-767) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @ 1903Z(MH)
American 660: (SXM-JFK, B-757), Position/w New York,
B-757),1-31-06 @ 2040Z
American 674: (SJU-EWR, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @ 2012Z(MH)
American 674: (SJU-EWR, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @ 2049Z (MH)
American 679: (JFK-AUA, B-757), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @1809Z
American 725: (SJU-ORD, B-757), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @2041Z
American 780: (SDQ-JFK, A-300) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @ 1429Z(MH)
American 780: (SDQ-JFK, A-330) ATC Clearance/w New
York, 1-24-06 @1509Z (MH)
American 833: (JFK-STI, A-300) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @ 1334Z(MH)
American 837: (JFK-PAP, A-300), Position/w New York,
1-29-06 @1540Z (MH)
American 896: (PAP-JFK, A-300) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @ 2020Z(MH)
American 896: (PAP-JFK, A-300), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @2108Z
American 896: (PAP-JFK, A-306), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @2039Z
American 9271: (STI-JFK, A-300) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @1319Z(MH)
British Airways 253: (LHR-NAS, B-767) Position/w New
York, [email protected] 1944Z (MH)
BWIA 701: (IAD-BGI, B-737) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @ 1946Z (MH)
BWIA 701: (IAD-BGI, B-737), Selcal Check/w New York,
1-31-06 @2032Z
Continental 712: (POP-EWR, B-737) Position/w New
York, 1-23-06 @1950Z(MH)
Continental 737: (STI-EWR, B-737) Position/w New
York, 1-23-06 @2037Z(MH)
Delta 606: (BDA-ATL, B-737), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @ 2043Z
Delta 606: (BDA-ATL, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @ 2024Z(MH)
Delta 606: (BDA-ATL, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @ 2041Z (MH)
Delta 766: (ATL-BDA, B-737), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @ 1741Z
Iberia 6123: (MAD-MIA, A-340) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @ 2101Z (MH)
Iberia 6403: (MAD-MEX, A-340) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @ 2036Z (MH)
Iberia 6403: (MAD-MIA, A-340) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @ 1942Z(MH)
Jet Blue 702: (SJU-JFK, A-320), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @1824Z
Jet Blue 703: (JFK-SJU, A-320), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @2018Z
Jet Blue 736: (BQN-JFK, A-320), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @1753Z
Martinair 639: (AMS-CUN, B-767) Position/w New York,
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1-23-06 @1915Z(MH)
N164RJ: (B-737) Position/w New York, 1-23-06 @
2014Z(MH)
N88DD: (PWK-SXM, Falcon), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @ 1800Z
N909MM: (Falcon) Position/w New York, 1-23-06 @
1936Z(MH)
Reach 8809: Position/w New York, 1-24-06 @ 1544Z
(MH)
Ryan 5014: (BOS-PUJ, B-757), Position/w New York,
1-29-06 @ 1554Z (MH)
Ryan 623: (PUJ-MSP, B-737) Postion/w New York,
1-23-06 @ 1906Z(MH)
Titan 23: (C-130), Position/w New York, 1-31-06 @
1752Z
U.S. Air 1131: (CLT-BGI, A-319), Position/w New
York, 1-29-06 @1601Z (MH)
U.S. Air 1139: (CLT-PLS, A-320) Radio Check/w New
York, 1-22-06 @1350Z(MH)
U.S. Air 1297: (CLT-SJU, B-767) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @1410Z(MH)
U.S. Air 1297: (CLT-SJU, B-767), Position/w New
York, 1-29-06 @1547Z (MH)
U.S. Air 134: (STT-PHL, B-767), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @2052Z
U.S. Air 1427: (SJU-PHL, B-767), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1908Z
U.S. Air 1480: (CLT-STT, B-757), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1735Z
U.S. Air 241: (CLT-UVF, A-319), ATC Clearance/w New
York, 1-29-06 @1605Z (MH)
U.S. Air 658: (BOS-SJU, A-319) Selcal Check/w New
York, 1-24-06 @1507Z (MH)
U.S. Air 658: (BOS-SJU, A-319), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @1734Z
U.S. Air 877: (CLT-SXM, B-757), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @1811Z
U.S. Air 905: (CLT-SJU, A-320) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @ 1345Z(MH)
U.S. Air 968: (SJU-CLT, B-767) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @ 2023Z(MH)
U.S. Air 968: (SJU-CLT, B-767) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @ 2018Z (MH)
U.S. Air 968: (SJU-CLT, B-767), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @2042Z
United 1267: (IAD-SJU, A-320) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @ 1446Z(MH)
United 1267: (IAD-SJU, A-320) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @ 1433Z(MH)
United 1267: (IAD-SJU, A-320) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @ 1530Z (MH)
United 899: (IAD-AUA, A-320) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @ 1504Z(MH)
United 9809: (SJU-IAD, A-320) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @ 1324Z(MH)
United 983: (IAD-PUJ, A-320) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @ 1517Z(MH)
United 991: (IAD-STT, A-320) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @ 1428Z(MH)
United 991: (IAD-STT, A-320) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @ 1523Z (MH)
United 998: (SJU-IAD, A-320), Selcal Check/w New
York, 1-31-06 @2109Z
Speedbird: London 1725 usb 757M PP to Thomas Cook
operationsLiverpool ETA and comments on AC
(12Feb06) (wp3)
: Manilla ACC PHL 1555 USB calling "Victor 42"
incomplete call because of heavy QRM from ARINC Shannon
Pagina 165
WUN-v12
(11Feb06) (PPA)
08942
ARINC07: SHANNON Ireland 1659 HFDL FLIGHTS
SU0252LVG975MSR800CLX798. (09Feb06) (FC)
08942
ARINC07: SHANNON Ireland: 1615 HFDL GND STATION.
SOME FLIGHTS: SU0252QR0015AY1906SU0274. (06-Feb-06) (FC)
08942
VP-BDN: Aeroflot A319 Flt SU0204 1916 HFDL Position
report via Shannon: 5559N 03725E. (10Feb06) (RGA)
08942.0 no call: : Manilla ACC PHL 15:55 J3E/USB calling
"Victor 42"incomplete call because of heavy QRM from ARINC
Shannon (11Feb) (PPA)
08948
CN-RNX: Royal Air Maroc A321 1931 HFDL Logs on to
Las Palmas. (28Jan06) (RGA)
08948
CN-RNY: Royal Air Maroc A321 Flt MSR970 1848 HFDL
Posn 4024N 00328W. (08Feb06) (RGA)
08948
G-VATL: Virgin Atlantic A340 'Atlantic Angel' 1936
HFDL Signs on to Las Palmas. (08Feb06) (RGA)
08948
HP-1371: Unid Asiana Flight 2156 HFDL Logs on to Las
Palmas. (01Feb06) (RGA)
08948
I-LIVA: Livingstone A321 Flt LM0216/LVG216 1919 HFDL
Posn report 4347N 01147E via Las Palmas. (08Feb06) (RGA)
08948
MSR800: Egypt Air Flt 1846 HFDL Posn report to Las
Palmas: 3048N 03114E. (08Feb06) (RGA)
08948
N469UP: UPS Flt 2154 HFDL Signs on to Las Palmas.
(01Feb06) (RGA)
08948
N603FE: Federal Express MD11F 'Elizabeth' 1947 HFDL
Logs on. (28Jan06) (RGA)
08948
N616FE: Federal Express MD11F 'Shanita' 1944 HFDL
Logs on. (28Jan06) (RGA)
08948
ZS-SNE: S.African Airways A340 2156 HFDL Logs on to
Las Palmas. QSY from Riverhead/8912. (01Feb06) (RGA)
08948
ZS-SNH: S.African Airways A340 1851 HFDL Acks
message from Johannesburg via Las Palmas: 'MSG FROM JNBCMSA
SEQ13393 -1930 NXT'. (08Feb06) (RGA)
08965
0LC: Unid 1944 ALE/USB Sounding. @V7 and LYJ also
sounding. (24Jan06) (FC)
08965
HI0: Unid 0807 ALE/USB (13Feb06) (FC)
08965
KAJ: Unid 1430 ALE/USB Sounding. (31Jan06) (FC)
08965
M5O: unid 1237 ALE/USB Sounding (01 Feb 06) (FC)
08965
M79: UNID 0842 ALE/USB SOUNDING. (11Feb06) (FC)
08965
NMJ: UNID 1630 ALE/USB SOUNDING. (12Feb06) (FC)
08965
NX2: UNID 1120 ALE/USB SOUNDING (18Feb06) (FC)
08965
V36: Unid 0900 ALE/USB (13Feb06) (FC)
08965
YHL: UNID 2013 ALE/USB SOUNDING. (12Feb06) (FC)
08971
:UNID 1456 US Clg TIGER23 on the BLUESTAR net
(02Feb06) (CA)
08977
G-VBLU: Virgin Atlantic A340-600 'Soul Sister' 1816
HFDL Acks weather for USRR/Surgut and UUYY/Syktyvkar. (10Feb06)
(RGA)
08988.0 mhq: MHQ Northwood probably via Inskip 1144
kg84/75/848 reversals,carrier off between msg´s
(12Feb06) (wp3)
08992
: Unid Wkg PUERTO RICO 0237 USB Passing a single
4-element group (5FEX). (08 Feb 06) (JH)
08992
ANDRESS: 41-char EAM 1232 USB 5TMFH2. (02 Feb 06) (JH)
08992
ANDREWS: 159-char EAM Bcast 1205 USB SHCXFO and
SHRIPZ at 1422. (11 Feb 06) (JH)
08992
ANDREWS: 18-char EAM 1334 USB 5TGNU2. (02 Feb 06) (JH)
08992
ANDREWS: 20-char EAM Bcast 1508 USB KEDRNB, "FOR
GLOVER". (03 Feb 06) (JH)
08992
ANDREWS: 20-char EAM Bcast 1538 USB PBQ4BQ "FOR
BENGAL TIGER". (14 Feb 06) (JH)
08992
ANDREWS: 27-char EAM Bcast 1303 USB 5TDWKQ, and
again at 1330z. (03 Feb 06) (JH)
08992
ANDREWS: 28-char EAM Bcast 0500 USB (SAB?3M). Later
in the post 0500z time period ANDREW bcst a longer NE...
EAM. (09 Feb 06) (JH)
08992
ANDREWS: 33-char EAM 1132 USB 5TKK7Q. (02 Feb 06) (JH)
08992
ANDREWS: 41-char EAM 1259 USB 5TV2KB, but going
Pagina 166
08992
08992
08992
08992
08992
08992
08992
08992
08992
08992
08992
08992
08992
08992
08992
08992
08992
08992
08992
08992
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silent mid way through string for a lengthy period,
finally disregading the string. Then restarted, but
not disregarding the xmsn. Again restarted the
transmission to completion. At items 19, 21, 28
and 29 ANDREWS stated "item ## garbled" instead of a
character. I've not heard that before from any ground
station, player or trigraph. (02 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: 41-char EAM 1316 USB Same 5TV2KP (not B) as
at 1259z, this time with a complete "ungarbled" set of
characters. (The garbled characters were 6, I, 2, 4.)
(02 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: 6-char EAM Bcast 1340 USB KEHMWN, "FOR
GLOVER". (03 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: 6-char EAM Bcast 1530 USB (Missed preamble)
"FOR BENGAL TIGER". (14 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: Clg ANDREWS TRAINING 1319 USB No known
response. At 1329z ANDREWS called DELTA 724.
(09 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: Clg DOG LUCKY 2314 USB All frequency call
for DOG LUCKY (or maybe sounding like GOT/DOT/DOC LUCKY)
requesting that he meet ANDREWS on 11175. (15 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: Clg LUCKY HAT 0222 USB With no known
response. (08 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: Clg STONE AGE 1341 USB Called a couple of
times without response. (10 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: EAM Bcast 0130 PZT?CD and KEIGQ2. That
PZT?CD string has been active for over 4 hours which is
unusual. (08 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: EAM Bcast 1425 USB Rebroadcast of their
earlier 5T... EAM strings. (03 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: EAM Bcast 2134 USB 24YHFP and 24OVYK at
2137z. (23 Jan 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: Wkg BLUE 01 1329 USB For a phone patch to
OFFUTT weather. (09 Feb 06) (JH)
CANFORCE 2955 Clg MAINSAIL "on 8992" 2131 USB Called
a couple of times with no known response. Did not sound like
the earlier 3955. (23 Jan 06) (JH)
CHILL 82: Wkg an HGFGCS Stn 0226 USB For current
traffic and given the active preambles. (08 Feb 06) (JH)
CONSIDER: Clg ANDREWS & MAINSAIL 2246 USB Raised
OFFUTT and requested HF data, 2-tone. A minute of so later
ANDREWS popped up, called and raised CONSIDER (now unheard
here) and moved him to 1115?.5 (coverd by qrn).
(23 Jan 06) (JH)
COOL AIR: 28-char EAM Bcast 0046 USB (SATC76) preceding
ANDREWS' 0050z HFGCS bcst of same.
(10 Feb 06) (JH)
COTTER PIN: 28-char EAM Bcast 1514 USB (SAEOIV) slightly
trailing the HFGCS's bcst of same, and simucasting
same on at least 4724 and 15016 with nothing heard on 11175.
(06 Feb 06) (JH)
COTTER PIN: Wkg ANDREWS 1619 USB For some chatter.
ANDREWS wished him a good day and standing by.
(06 Feb 06) (JH)
COTTER PIN: Wkg ANDREWS 1625 USB COTTER PIN was
apparently trying to set up an HF data session at __30zulu
(maybe 1830z) with ANDREWS and requested 4-tone. By 1629z
ANDREWS (weak/often unreadable) was confirming 4-tone async,
then "standing by in listening watch" and out.
(06 Feb 06) (JH)
COTTER PIN: Wkg ANDREWS 1631 USB Confirming 4-tone
async, then "standing by in listening watch" and out. At
1631z ANDREWS (now weak/readable) called and raised COTTER
PIN (weak/mostly unreadable) and advised he would be using
4-tone sync. COTTER PIN confirmed and out. No HF data
frequency heard. (06 Feb 06) (JH)
MCCLELLAN: 29-char EAM Bcast 1414 USB PZKVY7.
Pagina 167
WUN-v12
(14 Feb 06) (JH)
08992
OVERDRAFT(?): Clg MAINSAIL 1448 USB Calling MAINSAIL
a couple of times with no known response.
(31 Jan 06) (JH)
08992
POINT 12(?): Clg MAINSAIL 0224 USB Raising [unknown
station; unheard here; believed to be a HFGCS station] and
passed a single 4-element group (7NP6). (08 Feb 06) (JH)
08992
POINT 12: Clg MAINSAIL 0250 Raised PUERTO RICO and
passing a message of one 4-element group: W7VO.
(08 Feb 06) (JH)
08992
SATURDAY: 28-char EAMs 2125 USB 24OVYK & 24YHFP
(Female operator; excellent SCOPE command quality audio
(sounded like a ground station)). Simulcasting same on at
least 11175 with nothing heard on 4724 or 15016.
(23 Jan 06) (JH)
08992.0 Unid: data burst, approx .7s repeating every 20s
not locally generated. 0100 31jan06 (TN)
09017
CONSIDER: Wkg ANDREWS 2324 USB In 2-tone data
transmissions. ANDREWS xmsn was received 5 by 5 but
CONSIDER's messages were received by ANDREWS with errors
during all attempts, the last with errors in the security
header (mismatch in the classification field) of one message
and line 4 in the other message. CONSIDER requested that
ANDREWS correct the message to unclassified and "inject it
into NOVA". After a few minutes CONSIDER advised ANDREWS to
cancel the corrections and that the message was not to be
injected into NOVA and gone at 0008z. (24 Jan 06) (JH)
09022.0 ---: Argentine AF 1255 USB flight FAG172 to Rio
Grande (Tierra del Fuego) Next possition "MUBES" at 1307z
(05/02/06) (AJP)
09022.0 Unid: Argentine AF 1255 USB flight FAG172 to Rio
Grande (Tierra del Fuego) Next possition "MUBES" at 1307z
(05/02/06) (AJP)
09024.0 st petersburg air: 1255 USB russ w unid flightreq wx
4fev06 ML
09025
244131: USAF C-17A Globemaster 04-4131 1009 ALE/USB
HF-GCS Scope Command. Sounding. (06Feb06) (RB)
09025
M7W: UNID 1320 ALE/USB SOUNDING (18Feb06) (FC)
09025
UKE307: E3D Sentry AEW1 ZH107 8/23 Sqn RAF
Waddington 1511 ALE/USB Sounding. (17Feb06) (RGA)
09025
UKE307: E3D Sentry ZH107 8/23 Sqn RAF Waddington
1350 ALE/USB Sounding. (01Feb06) (RGA)
09031
ARCHITECT: RAF STCICS 1434 USB Wkg CWL88/RAF Dominie
trainer aircraft. (11Jan06) (bef)
09031
CWL88: RAF Dominie Comms Trainer 1436 USB Wkg
ARCHITECT (11Jan06) (bef)
09031.0 MQP: RAF Upavon 2230 USB Wx report (04/02/06) (AJP)
09041
5YE: Nairobi Meteo KEN 1835 RTTY/100/850 CQ DE 5YE
RY (02Feb06) (piri)
09041.0 5YE: Nairobi Meteo KEN 1835 RTTY 100 CQ DE 5YE RY
(02feb06) (piri)
09043
055: UNID 1425 ALE/USB Sounds (03Feb06) (piri)
09043.0 055: UNID 1425 USB/ALE SOUNDS (03feb06) (piri)
09044
T3Z126: 3/126 Avn US Army Iraq 0454 ALE/USB Sounds
(03Feb06) (piri)
09044.0 R23592: Usa-Mil 1649 ALE/USB clg T3Z126 (16/feb/06) (sw)
09044.0 T3Z126: US ARMY? 0454 USB/ALE SOUNDS 903feb06) (piri)
09044.0 T3Z126: Usa-Mil 1649 ALE/USB sndg. (16/feb/06) (sw)
09044.0 Unid: unid 1655 ALE/USB clg UDA (16/feb/06) (sw)
09046.7 : UNID EGYDIPLO 1529 ARQ Shuts off with
shshshshshkra bay bay bay in ATU-80 4th shift latin
(03Feb06) (piri)
09046.7 UNID: EGYDIPLO 1529 ARQ Shuts off with shshshshshkra
bay bay bay in ATU-80 4th shift latin (03feb06) (piri)
09056.7 : EGYEMB N'Djamena TCD 1940 ARQ 5lettercode msg to
MFA Cairo (02Feb06) (piri)
09056.7 EGYEMB Djamena: TCD 1940 ARQ 5lettercode msg to MFA
Cairo (02feb06) (piri)
Pagina 168
WUN-v12
09056.7 MFA Kairo: 1400 sitor-a tfc aa to unid , 1416z: rq:
oovs (Kuala Lumpur) short tfc aa (22Jan06) (wp3)
09058.7 : UNID EGYDIPLO 1534 ARQ shuts off with bay bay in
ATU-80 4th shift latin (03Feb06) (piri)
09058.7 UNID: EGYDIPLO 1534 ARQ shuts off with bay bay in
ATU-80 4th shift latin (03feb06) (piri)
09066
2Z4CP2: 2/4 avn command post 2 IRQ 1607 ALE/USB
sounding (04Feb06) (PPA)
09066
2Z4CP2: US ARMY? 0511 ALE/USB Sounds (03Feb06) (piri)
09066
3Z4CP2: 3/4 avn command post 2 IRQ 1605 ALE/USB
sounding (04Feb06) (PPA)
09066
3Z4CP2: US ARMY? 0424 ALE/USB Sounds (03Feb06) (piri)
09066
4Z4CP1: 4/4 avn command post 1 IRQ 1631 ALE/USB
sounding (04Feb06) (PPA)
09066
4Z4CP1: US ARMY? 1357 ALE/USB Sounds (03Feb06) (piri)
09066
4Z4CP2: 4/4 avn command post 2 IRQ 1603 ALE/USB
sounding (04Feb06) (PPA)
09066
FC2Z4: unid US army aviation batilion IRQ 1610
ALE/USB sounding (04Feb06) (PPA)
09066
FC2Z4: US ARMY? 0018 ALE/USB Sounds (03Feb06) (piri)
09066
R27007: US army helicopter IRQ 1604 ALE/USB calling
2Z4CP2 2/4 army aviation command post 2 (04Feb06) (PPA)
09066
R27018: US army helicopter IRQ 1602 ALE/USB calling
2Z4CP1 2/4 army aviation command post 1
(04Feb06) (PPA)
09066.0 2Z4CP2: : 2/4 avn command post 2 IRQ 16:07 USB/ALE
sounding (4 Feb)(PPA)
09066.0 2Z4CP2: US ARMY? 0511 USB/ALE SOUNDS (03feb06) (piri)
09066.0 3Z4CP2: : 3/4 avn command post 2 IRQ 16:05 USB/ALE
sounding (4 Feb)(PPA)
09066.0 3Z4CP2: US ARMY? 0424 USB/ALE SOUNDS (03feb06) (piri)
09066.0 4Z4CP1: : 4/4 avn command post 1 IRQ 16:31 USB/ALE
sounding (4 Feb)(PPA)
09066.0 4Z4CP1: US ARMY? 1357 USB/ALE SOUNDS (03feb06) (piri)
09066.0 4Z4CP2: : 4/4 avn command post 2 IRQ 16:03 USB/ALE
sounding (4 Feb)(PPA)
09066.0 FC2Z4: : unid US army aviation batilion IRQ 16:10
USB/ALE sounding (4Feb) (PPA)
09066.0 FC2Z4: US ARMY? 0018 USB/ALE SOUNDS (03feb06) (piri)
09066.0 R27007: : US army helicopter IRQ 16:04 USB/ALE
calling 2Z4CP2 2/4 armyaviation command post 2
(4 Feb) (PPA)
09066.0 R27018: : US army helicopter IRQ 16:02 USB/ALE calling
2Z4CP1 2/4 armyaviation command post 1 (4 Feb) (PPA)
09070
055: UNID 1558 ALE/USB Sounds (03Feb06) (piri)
09070.0 055: Unid 1248 ALE/USB sndg. (28/jan/06) (sw)
09070.0 055: UNID 1558 USB/ALE SOUNDS (03feb06) (piri)
09071
: unid 1406 F1B/75/850 encrypted tfc ,weak signal
(04Feb06) (PPA)
09071.0 unid: :14:06 F1B/75/850 encrypted tfc ,weak signal
(4 Feb) (PPA)
09079.7 RFQP: : FN Jibuti DJI 17:45 ARQ-E3/100/400 betas on
DJI cct to Le PortREU QSX 10869.2 (4 Feb) (PPA)
09079.7 RFQP: FN Jibuti DJI 1745 ARQ-E3/100/400 betas on DJI
cct to Le Port REU QSX 10869.2 (04Feb06) (PPA)
09080
MAE: MAE Algiers 1305 ALE/USB Calls TNS/Tunis
embassy. (01Feb06) (RGA)
09080
MAE: MFA Alger ALG 1302 ALE/USB TO TNS ALGEMB Tunis
(03Feb06) (piri)
09080
TNS: ALGEMB Tunis TUN 1317 ALE/USB TO MAE MFA ALGER
(03Feb06) (piri)
09080.0 MAE: Alg-Mfa Algiers 1414 ALE/USB clg TNS Tunis
(02/feb/06) (sw)
09080.0 MAE: MFA Alger ALG 1302 USB/ALE TO TNS ALGEMB Tunis
(03feb06) (piri)
09080.0 TNS: ALGEMB Tunis TUN 1317 USB/ALE TO MAE MFA ALGER
(03feb06) (piri)
09084.8 RHN: : unid station middle east 14:20 ARQ-E/46,1/170
Pagina 169
09084.8
09086
09086
09086.0
09086.0
09093.0
09093.0
09106.0
09109.0
09120
09120.0
09120.0
09120.0
09120.0
09125
09151.7
09151.7
09151.7
09151.7
09151.7
09176
09176.0
09176.0
09176.0
09176.0
09176.0
09190
09190
09190
09190.0
09198
09198.0
09200
09200.0
09200.0
09202
09202.0
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09230.0
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Arabic (notATU-80) msgs on KAA cct to AAN ,also establishing
contact via LSB/ALE on 09086 every 15 minutes (4 Feb) (PPA)
RHN: unid station middle east 1420 ARQ-E/46,1/170
Arabic (not ATU-80) msgs on KAA cct to AAN ,also
establishing contact via LSB/ALE on 9086 every 15
minutes (04Feb06) (PPA)
RHI: UNID 1350 ALE/USB TO AAI (03Feb06) (piri)
RHP: UNID 0610 ALE/USB TO AAP (03Feb06) (piri)
RHI: UNID 1350 USB/ALE TO AAI (03feb06) (piri)
RHP: UNID 0610 USB/ALE TO AAP (03feb06) (piri)
87: Sng-N 1559 ALE/USB clg TFD (24/jan/06) (sw)
87: Sng-N 1609 ALE/USB clg TFDL2 (24/jan/06) (sw)
KPS607: National Disaster Medical System, Sanford,
FL: 2154 USB ALE (11/FEB/06) (JLM)
hsz: Thai PTT ? 1358 cw vvv vvv vvv de hsz hsz hsz
as vvv vvv vvv de hsz hsz hsz as then 1402z long tfc
(22Jan06) (wp3)
AZ01: TUN mil? 1857 ALE/USB TO UM03 (02Feb06) (piri)
AZ01: TUN mil? 1857 USB/ALE TO UM03 (02feb06) (piri)
DJ01: Alg- Mil 2019 ALE/USB clg UM03 (20/jan/06) (sw)
QM01: Alg-Mil/Moi 2024 ALE/USB sndg. (09/feb/06) (sw)
QM02: Alg-Mil/Moi 2024 ALE/USB clg QM01 (09/feb/06) (sw)
B1: UNID 1726 ALE/USB TO B8, 1737 TO B5 (06Feb06) (piri)
: MFA Cairo EGY 1623 ARQ/FEC Selcall XBVF = EMB
Madrid qsy 8123.7 ATU msg and shut down
(24Jan06) (piri)
: MFA Cairo EGY 1701 ARQ/100/170 Calling selcall
XBVF Rome giving QSX as 8055 later as 8022 in FEC mode
(13Feb06) (PPA)
: Unid Egyptian Diplo 1632 ARQ Long period of IRS
then 'yks yks' and offair. (25Jan06) (RGA)
MFA Cairo: EGY 1623 ARQ/FEC Selcall XBVF = EMB
Madrid qsy 8123.7 ATU msg and shut down (24jan06) (piri)
no call: : MFA Cairo EGY 17:01 Sitor-A/100/170
Calling selcall XBVFRome giving QSX as 8055 later as 8022
in FEC mode (13 Feb) (PPA)
MEL: UNID 0804 ALE/USB TO SAB. [AMD] NNDKAGHJ. Over
to voice - only counting "1 2 3 4 stand by" in good English
. TWS MEL. (04Feb06) (piri)
MEL: UNID 0804 USB/ALE TO SAB. AMD NNDKAGHJ. Over to
voice - only counting "1 2 3 4 stand by" in good English.
TWS MEL (04feb06) (piri)
MEL: WLGP Mellitah Lby 0944 ALE/USB clg SAB Sabha?
Lby [AMD]PACKBCNC (06/feb/06) (sw)
MEL: WLGP Mellitah Lby 1329 ALE/USB clg WAF Wafa Lby
(05/feb/06) (sw)
SAB: WLGP Sabha? Lby 0944 ALE/USB clg MEL Mellitah
Lby (06/feb/06) (sw)
WAF: WLGP Wafa Lby 1329 ALE/USB clg MEL Mellita Lby
(05/feb/06) (sw)
QUAKE: UNID 2042 ALE/USB TWS QUAKE (06Feb06) (piri)
SABRE: UNID 0246 ALE/USB SOUNDS (07Feb06) (piri)
STORM: UNID 2012 ALE/USB TWS STORM (06Feb06) (piri)
SABRE: UNID 0246 USB/ALE SOUNDS (07FEB06) (piri)
CCC: UNID CHLNAVY 0216 ALE/USB TO PPZ (07Feb06) (piri)
CCC: UNID CHLNAVY 0216 USB/ALE TO PPZ (07FEB06) (piri)
210: SNGNA Ship Endeavour L210 2013 ALE/USB TO TF1
(07Feb06) (piri)
210: SNGNA Ship Endeavour L210 2013 USB/ALE TO TF1
(07FEB06) (piri)
2402: Mrc- Protection Civile Marocaine 2130 ALE/USB
sndg. (16/feb/06) (sw)
: UNID 1538 two LINK-11 System on the same frequency
(03Feb06) (piri)
UNID: 1538 two LINK-11 System on the same frequency
(03feb06) (piri)
Unid: unid 1635 ALE/USB clg 721 (16/feb/06) (sw)
R26450: Usa-Mil 1633 ALE/USB clg T4Z101 4/101st Avn.
Pagina 170
WUN-v12
(16/feb/06) (sw)
09245
: Unid 1222 CW Sends constant marker like:
vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv... (33 times letter "v"
and 6 dotes + 5 sec. pause) - rptd.
(23Jan06) (IB)
09261
GT: Unid Brazilian mil. 1928 FEC sending msgs to MZ.
Very weak. HEX string msgs using Taurus for Windows
software. Military tactical net with procedures like INT
ZEV, INT QRU (24Jan06) (piri)
09261.0 GT: Unid Brazilian mil. 1928 FEC sending msgs to MZ.
Very weak. HEX string msgs using Taurus for Windows
software. Military tactical net with procedures like INT
ZEV, INT QRU (24jan06) (piri)
09270.0 USDAHQ1: US Department of Agriculture Headquarters,
Washington D.C.: 2102 USB ALE (11/FEB/06) (JLM)
09316.7 Egyptian embassy Madrid E 1645 ARQ/100/170 telegram
to Cairo ATU-80 header jg jmfsm (13Feb06) (PPA)
09316.7 no call: : Egyptian embassy Madrid E 16:45 SitorA/100/170 telegram toCairo ATU-80 header jg jmfsm
(13 Feb) (PPA)
09323
SKI SLOPE: Wkg ANDREWS 0120 USB In clear voice and
ANDVT beginning at 0124z. At 0138z ANDREWS advised in the
clear that he had no further traffic for SKI SLOPE and the
freq went quiet. (26 Jan 06) (JH)
09340.0 AFRTS/AFN: US Military HF feeder 2141 USB / very
weak new frequency. // 7811.0 and 12133.5 kHz USB.
(23Jan.2006) (Midwest USA)
09350
: Russian Military 1648 MS-5/4800/USB Setup tones.
(25Jan06) (RGA)
09575.0 NHK: Radio Japan 1942 AM (19Jan06) (MAL)
09848
N270AV: Brendan Airways A340 'Cancun' 1938 HFDL Logs
on to Las Palmas. (28Jan06) (RGA)
09848
N68159: Continental B767 1932 HFDL Logs on.
(28Jan06) (RGA)
09973 Unknown: 5F CW groups 1918 A1A / 5 Fig number letter
groups sent twice before next group sent
(15/Feb/2006) (Fred VE3DX1FAL)
10027.0 csa: czech airlines ldoc 1301 USB cz wx w unidflight
4fev06 ML
10051
WSY70: NEW YORK VOLMET USA 1600 USB SUFF. (13Feb06) (FC)
10051.0 New York Radio volmet: 1958 weather BRCS (19Jan(MAL)
10051.0 VFG: GANDER 1958 USB Volmet (15-feb-2006)(MSM)
10066
"007": ARINC Hat Yai THA 1607 HFDL uplink to B-2289
(11Feb06) (PPA)
10066.0 "007": : ARINC Hat Yai THA 16:07 USB/HFDL uplink to
B-2289 (11 Feb)(PPA)
10075.0 ---: Houston R 0255 USB Wkg AA1133 Flight N.Y to
Bs. As. Then another stn from Argentina in comm w/ a/c in
spanish (03/02/06) (AJP)
10075.0 Houston R: 0255 USB Wkg AA1133 Flight N.Y to Bs. As
Then another stn from Argentina in comm w/ a/c in spanish
(03/02/06) (AJP)
10084.0 7tvjw: Algerian Airlines dah406 1505 hfdl tfc to
Auckland (12Feb06)(wp3)
10084.0 arinc AUCKLAND: 1505 hfdl to DAH406 SLOT 8 300 BPS
(12Feb06)(wp3)
10084.0 n14240: Continental Airlines CO0903 1606 hfdl tfc to
Auckland(12Feb06) (wp3)
10100.0 DDK: D Hamburg Meteo 1954 rtty 50/450 (19Jan06) (MAL)
10100.8 DDK9: DWD Hamburg via Pinneberg 1603 RTTY/50/450
Only S3 here in York with QRN (26 Jan 06) (JB)
10125
MAE: MAE Algiers 1714 ALE/USB Calls TRP/Tripoli
embassy. (15Feb06) (RGA)
10125
TRP: Algerian Embassy Tripoli 1539 ALE/USB
responding to MAE/Algiers (05Feb06) (KB)
10144.0 DK0WCY: R/AM BEACON 1203 CW Marker "DK0WCY beacon"
(20/Jan)(DW)
10166.4 VCT: GW station, Tors Cove CAN 1930 Dataplex and
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WUN-v12
free marker (19Jan06) (MAL)
RCV: RUSNAVY Sebastopol 1617 CW qrl with RMGB and
RJT22 Ships on 12464 kHz. At 1626 RMGB DE RCV QDW 6912 K
(17Feb06) (piri)
10201.0 RCV: RUSNAVY Sebastopol 1617 MORSE qrl with RMGB and
RJT22 Ships on 12464 kHz. At 1626 RMGB DE RCV QDW 6912 K
(17FEB06) (piri)
10211
RNOUSLR1: Sonatrach Rhourde Nouss LR1 Pipeline
Algeria 1613 ALE/USB or (LSB) Sounding.
(25Jan06) (RGA)
10211
RNOUSLR1: Sonatrach's LR1 Pipeline Rhourde Nouss
Algeria 1448 ALE/LSB Sounding. (28Jan06) (RGA)
10211.0 GASSI30P: ALG Sonatrach Gassi El Adem ALE/LSB 9:34
SND (15Jan06) (MAL)
10211.0 RNOUSLR1: Alg-Oil/Gas Rhourde Nouss LR1 pipeline
1620 ALE/LSB sndg. (11/feb/06) (sw)
102427.0 712: USCG HC-130H 1712, CGAS Clearwater 1333
ALE/USB sndg. Also nnoted on 11494.0 13907.0 and 15867.0
(30/jan/06) (sw)
10264.2 ---: French Mil 2225 Stanag 4285 1200L ACF=0
(05/02/06) (AJP)
10264.2 Unid: French Mil 2225 Stanag 4285 1200L ACF=0
(05/02/06) (AJP)
10275.0 INAS30P: ALG Sonatrach In Amenas ALE/LSB 11:48 SND
(22Jan06) (MAL)
10275.0 OHT30P: ALG Sonatrach Ohanet
ALE/LSB 11:58 SND
(22Jan06) (MAL)
10275.0 RNOUSLR1: ALG Sonatrach Rhourde Nouss 2127 ALE/LSB
(28Jan06) (MAL)
10285.0 OHT30P: ALG Sonatrach Ohanet
ALE/LSB 14:21 SND
(15Jan06) (MAL)
10285.0 RNOUSLR1: ALG Rhourde Nouss ALE/LSB 11:06 SND
(22Jan06) (MAL)
10285.0 RNOUSLR1: ALG Rhourde Nouss ALE/LSB 15:14 SND
(15Jan06) (MAL)
10285.0 RNOUSLR1: Alg-Oil/Gas Rhourde Nouss LR1 pipeline
1619 ALE/LSB sndg. (11/feb/06) (sw)
10340.0 nocall: unid 2000 LSB 2 OMs latino, (15-feb-2006)(MSM)
10360
XSS: Unid 'XSS' Net 1718 ALE/USB Sounding. Also seen
on 3161 3227.4 4166.3 and 4226.5 kHz. (15Feb06) (RGA)
10360.0 XSS: UNID 1037 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Sounding. Also at 1052, 1053 (20/Jan)(DW)
10360.0 XSS: Unid 1547 ALE/USB sndg. (04/feb/06) (sw)
10375.0 BU1: ROMANIAN IPJ BUCHAREST 0807 MIL.STD 188-141A
ALE on usb. Clng CRA. Also at 0813 0821 0828 0928 0935. Also
BOT at 0810 0924 0930 0937. Also PNM at 0823 0825 0927 0932.
Also SMA at 0835 (13/Feb)(DW)
10375.0 BU2: ROMANIAN IPJ BUCHAREST 0806 MIL.STD 188-141A
ALE on usb. Clng ZAL, also at 0813 0819 0826. Also CRA at
0808. Also CAL at 0830. Also SLO at 0840 0846 0853 0859.
Also FOC at 0842 0846 0849. Also TMU at 0848 0857 0903 0908
(13/Feb)(DW)
10375.0 BU3: ROMANIAN IPJ BUCHAREST 0814 MIL.STD 188-141A
ALE on usb. Clng TIM, also at 0820. Also PLS at 0922 0934.
Also SLA at 0936 (13/Feb)(DW)
10375.0 BUZ: ROMANIAN IPJ BUZAU 0957 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on
usb. Clng BU4. Also at 1002 (13/Feb)(DW)
10375.0 DEV: ROMANIAN IPJ DEVA 0838 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on
usb. Clng BU3. Also at 0848 (13/Feb)(DW)
10375.0 FOC: ROMANIAN IPJ FOCSANI 0848 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng BAC. Also at 0949 (13/Feb)(DW)
10375.0 MU3: ROMANIAN IPJ ?LOC 0848 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on
usb. Clng BU3 (13/Feb)(DW)
10375.0 PLS: ROMANIAN IPJ PLOIESTI 1030 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng BU3 (13/Feb)(DW)
10375.0 PNM: ROMANIAN IPJ PIETRA NEAMT 0823 MIL.STD 188-141A
ALE on usb. Clng BU1 (13/Feb)(DW)
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10375.0 SUC: ROMANIAN IPJ SUCEAVA 0759 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Clng BUZ. Also at 0806 0811 0817 (13/Feb)(DW)
10375.0 TIM: ROMANIAN IPJ TIMIS 0806 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on
usb. Clng BU3. Also at 0814 0820 (13/Feb)(DW)
10377.0 -: UNID 1027 CW Brief msg "RGT397 = ppppp" followed
by 5 ltr grps inc accentuated ltrs. (12/Feb)(DW)
10377.0 RGT77: CIS AF? ?LOC 0832 CW Short msg rptd. In slow
morse. "XXX XXX RGT77 RGT77 86770 6066" and further grps.
Similar at 1053, 1124z (13/Feb)(DW)
10390
1115: Protection Civile Marocaine 0854 ALE/USB SND
(29/Jan/06) (AA)
10390
1119: Protection Civile Marocaine 0855 ALE/USB SND
(29/Jan/06) (AA)
10390
2001: Protection Civile Marocaine 0851 ALE/USB
"TO:2202 TIS:2001" (29/Jan/06) (AA)
10458.0 XSS: Unid 1316 ALE/USB sndg. (26/jan/06) (sw)
10458.0 XSS: Unid 1550 ALE/USB sndg. (04/feb/06) (sw)
10478
570: Unid 1546 ALE/USB "TO:755 TIS:570" (21/Jan/06) (AA)
10493
MR7: Unid 0430 ALE/USB CLG TO Z61 (13Feb06) (FC)
10493
S1T: Unid 0800 ALE/USB (13Feb06) (FC)
10493.0 KGA93: Federal Communications Commission HQ,
Washington D.C.: 1528 USB ALE (11/FEB/06) (JLM)
10536
CFH: CH Halifax 0109 FAX/120/576 Satpix (27/01/06) (RH2)
10536.0 CFH: CANFORCE Halifax 1956 rtty 75/850 (19Jan06) (MAL)
10536.0 CFH: CANFORCE Halifax 2001 (H+1) fax 120/576
(19Jan06) (MAL)
10536.0 CHF: RTTY weather info 300 bd proceeded by fax
@1700z 30jan06 (KR)
10555.0 VMW: Wiluna meteo AUS 1910 fax 120/576 (19Jan06) (MAL)
10618.0 055: Unid 1345 ALE/USB sndg. (30/jan/06) (sw)
10618.0 055: Unid 1536 ALE/USB sndg. (04/feb/06) (sw)
10627.0 055: Unid 1253 ALE/USB sndg. (28/jan/06) (sw)
10853
RGA: FSB Moscow RUS 1308 CW/F1A/500 RGA RGA QSY
1217T 1217T nothing heard on 12170 (12Feb06) (PPA)
10853.0 RGA: : FSB Moscow RUS 13:08 CW/F1A/500 RGA RGA QSY
1217T 1217Tnothing heard on 12170 (12 Feb) (PPA)
10869.2 RFVI: : FN Le Port REU 17:50 ARQ-E3/100/400 betas on
RUN cct toDjibouti QSX 9079.2 (4 Feb) (PPA)
10869.2 RFVI: FN Le Port REU 1750 ARQ-E3/100/400 betas on
RUN cct to Djibouti QSX 9079.2 (04Feb06) (PPA)
10995
MAE: MFA Algiers 1043 ALE/USB clg RBT Rabat
(05Feb06) (KB)
10998
031: Unid 1443 ALE/USB clg 7401 (11Feb06) (KB)
10998
111583: Unid 1401 ALE/USB sounding (11Feb06) (KB)
10998
194308: Unid 1408 ALE/USB clg 61071 (11Feb06) (KB)
10998
194785: Unid 1549 ALE/USB clg 8101 who responds
(11Feb06) (KB)
10998
4101: Unid 1519 ALE/USB sounding (11Feb06) (KB)
10998
61971: Unid 1338 ALE/USB clg 194308 (11Feb06) (KB)
10998
6701: Unid 1403 ALE/USB snd, also at 1434 1504
(11Feb06) (KB)
10998
8101: Unid 1350 ALE/USB snd, also at 1421 1522
(11Feb06) (KB)
10998
8301: Unid 1538 ALE/USB sounding (11Feb06) (KB)
11002
654: Unid Illicit 1150 CW ... 19255 19255 = = 48 48
30 30 = = 654 654 654 68 68 20 20 = = 38198 38198 81126
81126 ... Spike on 11003 kHz. (14Feb06) (RGA)
11030
VMC: CHARLEVILLE METEO AUSTRALIA 1630 FAX INS.
(13Feb06) (FC)
11033
: unid military UKR 1213 RTTY/50/500e encrypted msg
starting kriptogramma abrikos-652 and ending nr 1546 zamryga
1:13 adresa ZNN ZNN (12Feb06) (PPA)
11033.0 no call: : unid military UKR 12:13 ITA2/50/500e
encrypted msgstarting kriptogramma abrikos-652 and ending nr
1546 zamryga 1:13 adresa ZNNZNN (12 Feb) (PPA)
11042.7 : UNID 1103 STANAG-4285/600/L/ASCII? encrypted
(24Jan06) (piri)
11042.7 UNID: 1103 Stanag 4285 600/L/ASCII? encrypted
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(24jan06) (piri)
T57AA: 57 Med CO (AA) US Army 0937 ALE/USB SND
(29/Jan/06) (AA)
T82: 82 Abn Div Iraq 0938 ALE/USB SND (29/Jan/06) (AA)
T86: Unid 0942 ALE/USB SND (29/Jan/06) (AA)
T86AA: 86 Med CO (AA) US Army 0926 ALE/USB SND
(29/Jan/06) (AA)
T86AA: Usa-Mil 1529 ALE/USB clg R23621 (07/feb/06) (sw)
GYA: NORTHWOOD METEO GB 1632 FAX GOOD (13Feb06) (FC)
ANDREWS(?): Wkg unid 2254 USB Some chatter and a
request to move (too weak to follow.) (23 Jan 06) (JH)
RAIDER 01: Wkg ANDREWS 2059 USB For a phone patch to
Rota, Spain. The link faded, so he made same request to
Ascension but then original patch came up again. 2107Z passed his
message to Matador Command; will require fuel,
customs, agriculture and a powercart on arrival.
(04Feb06) (AB)
AIR FORCE RESCUE 97: Wkg PUERTO RICO 1938 USB (AIR
FORCE RESCUE 987?) Phone patch for ops normal and mention of
search area, and gone. Maybe active a little earlier in the
local afternoon too. (27 Jan 06) (JH)
AIR FORCE RESCUE 987: Wkg PUERTO RICO 2139 USB Phone
patches to RCC, CAMSLANT DIST 7 and one other regarding
extending their search to the south. Has 1 hour 15 minutes
remaining on station before RTB. (27 Jan 06) (JH)
ANDREWS(?): Wkg STONE AGE(?) 1343 USB Weak/often
unreadable - other party unheard here) and maybe saying
something involving 1118?.0). (10 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: 125-char EAM Bcast 2250 USB FA....
preamble, then to standard 28-char SA.... preamble at h+01
2302 - SKY KING 5YM 02 ZX passed by ANDREWS, then repeated
with time hack of 03 by unknown player (weak here, suspect
TACAMO LANT), then at 2304 another SKY KING passed BIO 04
PN, also passed by weak player with time hack of 05. Unusual
to hear 2 SKY KING 'casts within 2 mins of each other...
(09Feb06) (BC)
ANDREWS: 20-char EAM 2109 USB (PB2E5S).Paralells
active. "FOR DRAM" (13Feb06) (BC)
ANDREWS: 20-char EAM Bcast 1700 USB For "ALGEBRA
SIGN" (PBDQJW). (16Feb06) (BC)
ANDREWS: 28-char EAM Bcast 1823 USB (SAAIWJ) followed
immediately with MCCLELLAN calling the player with
no known response and quiet. (04 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: 28-char EAM Bcast 2200 USB (PZT?CD) maybe
at the h+00 HFGCS restoral time (so it may have been sent
even earlier).(07 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: All-Frequency Transmission 0125 USB
Transmission was to [sounded like LUCKY HAT or ___] using
the code phrase MYSTIC STAR and requesting that he meet
ANDREWS on "FOX CODE 117". (08 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: Clg HEAVYARM 2321 USB ANDREWS weak here,
player nil hrd. (09Feb06) (BC)
ANDREWS: Clg MAIL RUN 2001 USB Called again 2117z.
(11 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: Clg OUTCAST 2143 USB Saying "MYSTIC STAR",
and repeating the call a number of times. [MYSTIC STAR
seemed to be used as a code phrase.] At 2145z ANDREWS
worked OUTCAST (unheard here; weak to ANDREWS) and sending
him to "934". [There is no MYSTIC STAR listing for F934 in
the WUN MLA, and nothing was heard in a quick search.]
(07 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: EAM Bcast 1420 USB Bgan the broadcast of an
unknown count EAM 5TIFBT but disregarded the string and
gone. (04 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: EAM Rebroadcast 1321 USB 5TO3WA. (04 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: EAM Rebroadcasts 1300 USB 33-char 5TURVR
(without using the character count statement) and the
27-character EAM 5T3RPI. (05 Feb 06) (JH)
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ANDREWS: EAM Rebroadcasts 1330 USB 5TO3WA 5TURVR and
5T3RPI. (04 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: EAM Rebroadcasts 1400 USB 5T3RPI and
5TO3WA. (04 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: Multi-call 2320 USB Puts out calls for the
following players to QSY to 11175: FILLMORE & WELLMAN,
HEAVYARM & WOODBURY. (09Feb06) (BC)
ANDREWS: Passed SKY KING Message 2302 USB 5YM 02 ZX,
then repeated with time hack of 03 by unknown player (weak
here, suspect TACAMO LANT), then at 2304 another SKY KING
passed BIO 04 PN, also passed by weak player with time hack
of 05. Unsual to hear 2 SKY KING 'casts within 2 mins of
each other.... (09Feb06) (BC)
ANDREWS: Wkg BAD DADDY 1615 USB Advising that
ANDREWS was standing by on FOXTROT 311 (MYSTIC STAR freq
designator). BAD DADDY apparently could not heard ANDREWS on
F311 so ANDREWS moved him to 11220. (31 Jan 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: Wkg HEAVYARM 2323 USB ANDREWS will meet
player HEAVYARM in 20m on 11175. (09Feb06) (BC)
ANDREWS: Wkg MAIL RUN 1728 USB (or maybe MILL RUN;
mostly unheard here) and sending him to F311. MAIL RUN
apparently did not have a FOXTROT list and was directed to
11220. (11 Feb 06) (JH)
ANDREWS: Wkg OUTCAST 2149 USB Said that due to
OUTCAST's distance from ANDREWS he wanted to use a six
megger and then gave "268". [Maybe F934 is in the 6-7 MHz
range?] (07 Feb 06) (JH)
ANTHOLOGY: Wkg Unid 0110 USB Weak/buried in local
qrn; maybe working OFFUTT or ?).(29 Jan 06) (JH)
AUTOCRASH(?): Wkg MCCLELLAN 1936 USB (Maybe
AUTOCRAFT or AUTO___; unheard here) working MCCLELLAN
(weak/mostly readable) for a phone patch to CURBSIDE (or
sounds like; earlier sounded like BURNSIDE) for some GEP
coordination and gone. (25 Jan 06) (JH)
BAG ___(?): Wkg MCCLELLAN 1812 USB Apparently
requesting HF data. MCCLELLAN responded with something
regarding being involved in a "real world exercise". The
player (rising in strength to weak/mostly unreadable)
said something lengthy about an "exercise" and MCCLELLAN
acknowledged the comm and said she'd be back in "one."
(04 Feb 06) (JH)
BONE 53(?): Clg ANY MARS RADIO 1702 USB Called a
couple of times with no response. (01 Feb 06) (JH)
CANFORCE 3955: Wkg MCCLELLAN 1603 USB Phone patch to
a DSN 246 number to pass arrival information and requests
and gone. (23 Jan 06) (JH)
CASINO 2: Clg MAINSAIL 2255 USB Raised ANDREWS for a
phone patch to a DSN 781 number.
CHILL 2: Clg CHILL 21 1714 USB For a radio check a
number of times, raising PUERTO RICO (unheard here) for a
radio check and back to calling CHILL 21. At 1719z CHILL 21
(fair; muffled audio) finally responds to CHILL 22 and gone.
(24 Jan 06) (JH)
COBRA 47: 1526 USB rc. PUERTO RICO answers lc.
(25Jan06) (JG)
COBRA 47:1519 USB rc no joy. (25Jan06) (JG)
CORN HILL: Wkg OFFUTT 2338 USB OFFUTT sends CORN
HILL to 11220. (26 Jan 06) (JH)
DOE: unid 18.53 ALE/USB Sounding (01 Feb 06) (FC)
DOG LUCKY: Wkg OFFUTT 2323 USB Requesting ANDREWS.
"ANDREWS MYSTIC STAR" immediately came up on freq and worked
DOG LUCKY and advised something about the datetime group
151950 (maybe injection into NOVA) and another datetimestamp
was then passed (too weak to follow), and gone.
(15 Feb 06) (JH)
DOOM 95: Clg MAINSAIL 1711 USB For ops normal 1712,
negative relay and gone. (01 Feb 06) (JH)
JEWEL BOX: Clg ROUGH JET (?) 2148 USB With no
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response but raising ASCENSION (weak/readable), but not
responding to ASCENSION and quiet. (04 Feb 06) (JH)
JSTARS 33: Clg MAINSAIL 1811 USB (Female opr) Raised
[ANDREWS maybe; missed it; weak/mostly unreadable] for a
phone patch request for weather for KWRB at 2100z.
(01 Feb 06) (JH)
LIFEBUOY: Wkg OFFUTT 1917 USB Phone patch to
[sounded like BURNSIDE; GEP coordinator] for some GEP
coordination. BURNSIDE had LIFEBOUY out of POLICEMAN with
reception in FOOTHILL (GEP aliases). Short patch and out.
(25 Jan 06) (JH)
MAIL RUN: Wkg ANDREWS 2119 USB Moved to 11220.
(11 Feb 06) (JH)
MARLIN 77: 1557 USB Phone patch request with PUERTO
RICO. (25Jan06) (JG)
MARLIN 79: 2239 USB rc McCullough (?) [McClellan?
(Team Logs)]. (25Jan06) (JG)
MCCLELLAN: Clg ELMENDORF(?) 1451 USB Requesting a
phone patch to a 301 981 number, with no known response.
(01 Feb 06) (JH)
MCLELLAN: Clg NEIGHBOR 1652 USB Looking for relative
position, NEIGHBOR replies "central stateside", then
MCLELLAN moves NEIGHBOR to 11220 for data. (13Feb06) (BC)
OFFUTT: Wkg BLUE 01 1427 USB For a phone patch to
LAJES COMMAND POST. (09 Feb 06) (JH)
OMNI 04: Clg MAINSAIL 1812 USB (Working over the
JSTARS 33 comms). Raised MCCLELLAN for a phone patch to
BLUESTAR, with OMNI 04 using ____ 24 (unable to understand
the callword) during the patch. Something about heading back
to homeplate and to contact BLUESTAR on HIGH FOX. Short
patch and gone. (01 Feb 06) (JH)
OVERDRAFT(?): Wkg ANDREWS 1452 USB Phone patch to a
common DSN 271 number for some orderwire coordiation with
CAROLINE (or sounds like). OVERDRAFT requested RF17 7C and
to look for him in station NOBLE (a stern "no" in his audio
background), DOORBELL or INSURABLE (two GEP location aliases).
Patch was terminated and gone. (31 Jan 06) (JH)
PAN BREAD: Wkg Unid 1645 USB In phone patch with
unknown re: setting up comm link (with details which I don't
have due to recording program crash, but they were dealing
with ROMEO UNIFORM headers) for "one hour to 90 minutes in
duration depending on mission length". (16Feb06) (BC)
RAM 25: Clg ANY STATION 1606 USB For a signal check
with no known response. (03 Feb 06) (JH)
RKT: Unid 1241 ALE/USB Sounding. (26Jan06) (FC)
ROMEO XRAY 980: 1520 USB eta Keflavik with admin
info. (25Jan06) (JG)
SLIP 18: Clg CONTROL 0035 USB Raises unknown HFGCS
Station for unknown purpose. (04 Feb 06) (JH)
SNY: Unid 1430 ALE/USB Sounding. (21Jan06) (FC)
TUTONIC: Wkg OFFUTT 2126 USB Phone patch to a
commercial 402 area code number for some GEP coordination
with POCK MARK. POCK MARK could not use RF17 and suggested
RF16 which was accepted by TUTONIC and gone.
(27 Jan 06) (JH)
VAN BUREN: CLG MAINSAIL 2151 USB Raised ASCENSION
(weak/readable) for a phone patch to a DSN 271 number. Patch
was terminated because of problems communicating with the
OFFUTT ground party. VAN BUREN up again at 2159z calling
MAINSAIL, this time raising PUERTO RICO (fair/weak) and
again spelling callsign. (04 Feb 06) (JH)
WALKOVER: Wkg MCLELLAN 1910 USB WALKOVER asked
MCLELLAN for freq to pass HF DATA on, MCLELLAN replied
"request not possible at this time, we are in the middle of
a real world situation" at which point ANDREWS came up with
a 6 char EAM "FOR VONDA" (KEFNC4). After that, WALKOVER &
MCLELLAN resumed comms, player requested freq for HF DATA
and MCLELLAN replied this time "...unable to comply, we are
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(02 Feb 06) (BC2)
11175.0 AFA3: USAF Andrews AFB 0930 J3e Usb EAM msg [KEIYQO]
(10/feb/06) (sw)
11175.0 AFA3: USAF Andrews AFB 0942 J3e Usb EAM msg [SAH6BV]
(10/feb/06) (sw)
11175.0 AFA3: USAF Andrews AFB 0951 J3e Usb EAM msg [SABML7]
(10/feb/06) (sw)
11175.0 AFA: andrews usaf 0820 USB eam 15fev06 ML
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8TU: Unid 1207 ALE/USB Sounding. (24 Jan 06) (FC)
11181
CROSPR: US SIPRNet Stn Croughton UK 1436 ALE/USB
Sounding. (28Jan06) (RGA)
11181
OFFSPR: US SIPRINet Stn Offutt AFB NE 1316 ALE/USB
Sounding. Also PLASPR/Lajes and IKFSPR/Keflavik.
(01Feb06) (RGA)
11181
PLASPR: US SIPRNet Station Lajes Azores 1717 ALE/USB
Sounding. (15Feb06) (RGA)
11184
7T-VJZ: Air Algérie A330 Flt DAH100 1204 HFDL Logs
on. (17Feb06) (RGA)
11184
F-OHGV: Royal Jordanian A320-232 Flt RJA152 1221
HFDL Posn report 5059N 00752E via Reykjavik. (17Feb06) (RGA)
11184
G-VEIL: Virgin Atlantic A340 'Queen of the Skies'
1226 HFDL Logs on. (17Feb06) (RGA)
11184
N14106: Continental B757 Flt CO0039 1157 HFDL Acks
weather message from ground: "00Z 14015KT 3SM -SN OVC025
FM0000Z 14015KT 5SM -SN OVC020 FM0200Z 15015KT 3SM -SN -PL
OVC012 FM0400Z 15020KT 2SM -RA BR OVC008 RMK NXT FCST BY
12Z". (17Feb06) (RGA)
11184
N271AV: Brendan/USA3000 A320 1225 HFDL Logs on.
(17Feb06) (RGA)
11184
VT-JWA: Jet Air India A340 1208 HFDL Logs on.
(17Feb06) (RGA)
11220
ANDREWS: Clg MAIL RUN 1729 USB (11 Feb 06) (JH)
11220
CORN HILL: Wkg ANDREWS 2347 USB Sends CORN HILL to
13211. (26 Jan 06) (JH)
11220
MAIL RUN: Wkg ANDREWS 2120 USB Ready for data. Then
MAIL/MILL RUN was told something at 2058z , thanked ANDREWS
for assisting and out. (11 Feb 06) (JH)
11220
NEIGHBOR: Wkg ANDREWS 1654 USB NEIGHBOR says "tell
your guys in the next room we're gonna set up 2-tone
ALPHA-11" and then data co-ordination for KG-85 type
encrypted TTY at 1706z. (13Feb06) (BC)
112226 260006: USAF C-17 96-0006 1308 ALE/USB Sounding.
(01Feb06) (RGA)
11226
291192: USAF C-17 89-1192 1548 ALE/USB Sounding.
(25Jan06) (RGA)
11226
JDG: US GHFS Stn Diego Garcia 1546 ALE/USB Sounding.
(25Jan06) (RGA)
11229
ANDREWS: Wkg BAD DADDY 1616 USB Telling him he was
off frequency. ANDREWS then asked if BAD DADDY wanted data
in 2-tone or (maybe 4-tone - faded), and mentioned ALPHA 11
675. Reply was apparently 2-tone because ANDREW sent 2-tone
data 1621z. (31 Jan 06) (JH)
11232.0 Trenton Military: 1910 USB w/Goliath Bravo (E-3B
AWACS, Tinker AFB) in pp w/Oakgrove passing formatted
report info then in pp w/Lineotype where they QSY to freq
0190 (not found). 15feb06 (RP3)
11232.0 Trenton Military: 1921 USB w/Atlas 10 (CC-130E
#130310, 413TH SQDN, CFB GREENWOOD) in pp w/RCC Trenton (not
heard) informing RCC that Atlas 10 headed to Brandon Area
for 2 hours of training then selcal check (FM-GH).
15Feb06 (RP3)
11232.0 Trenton Military: 2030 USB w/Afghan 2 (sounds like)
over Manitoba w/pp to unidentified location confirming
reservations in Winnepeg and Thunder Bay. The gets wx for
Winnepeg and Brandon. 15feb06 (RP3)
11244
Unid: 20-char EAM Bcast 2320 USB Faded into noise
floor just after "this is"; weak/often unreadable) bcsting
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the 28-character EAM SASHDL, with nothing heard on 8992,
11175, 6697 or 13155. From time of rebroadcast, suspected
TACAMO PAC. (04Feb06) (JH)
11250
244133: USAF C-17 04-4133 1400 ALE/USB Sounding.
(28Jan06) (RGA)
11250.0 2KB: Unid 1046 ALE/USB clg BG1 (28/jan/06) (sw)
11253
MPL2: RAF VOLMET WEST DRAYTON GB 1650 USB GOOD
(13Feb06) (FC)
11291.0 ---: MWARA SAT-2 0110 USB Dakar ACC Wkg some a/c
w/ selcall (03/02/06) (AJP)
11291.0 MWARA SAT-2: 0110 USB Dakar ACC Wkg some a/c
w/ selcall (03/02/06) (AJP)
11309
Air Europa 89: 1949 USB Position/w New York.
(28Jan06) (MH)
11309
Air France 488:1943 USB (CDG-SXM A-340) Position/w
New York. (28Jan06) (MH)
11309
Air France 624: ORY-PTP B-747) 1947 USB Position/w
New York. (28Jan06) (MH)
11309
British Airways 2153: LGW-BGI B-777) 2054 USB
Position/w New York. (28Jan06) (MH)
11309
Iberia 6635: MAD-UIO A-340) 1734 USB Position/w New
York. (21Jan06) (MH)
11309
Iberia 6741: MAD-BOG A-340) 1945 USB Position/w New
York. (28Jan06) (MH)
11309
KLM 713: AMS-?) 2031 USB Position/w New York.
(28Jan06) (MH)
11309.0 Air Europa 89: Position/w New York, 1-28-06 @ 1949Z
(MH)
11309.0 Air France 488: (CDG-SXM, A-340), Position/w New
York, 1-28-06 @1943Z (MH)
11309.0 Air France 624: (ORY-PTP, B-747), Position/w New
York, 1-28-06 @1947Z (MH)
11309.0 Air France 652: (ORY-FDF, B-747), ATC Clearance/w
New York, [email protected] 1939Z (MH)
11309.0 Avianca 11: (MAD-BOG, B-767), Position/w New York,
1-29-06 @ 1830Z (MH)
11309.0 British Airways 2153: (LGW-BGI, B-777), Position/w
New York,1-28-06 @ 2054Z (MH)
11309.0 Iberia 6741: (MAD-BOG, A-340), Position/w New York,
1-28-06 @1945Z (MH)
11309.0 KLM 713: (AMS-?) Position/w New York, 1-28-06 @
2031Z (MH)
11309.0 Martinair 663: (AMS-PMV, B-767), Selcal Check/w New
York, 2-3-06 @1914Z (MH)
11318.0 Volmet Kol'tsovo: (Ekaterinburg) 0706 usb YL with
Volmet in RR(11Feb06) (wp3)
11318.0 Volmet Novosibirsk: 0710 usb YL with Volmet in RR
(11Feb06) (wp3)
11318.0 Volmet Samara: 0718 usb YL with Volmet in RR
(11Feb06) (wp3)
11318.0 Volmet Syktyvkar: 0704 usb YL with Volmet in RR hfdl
weak in thebackground (11Feb06) (wp3)
11318.0 Volmet Tumen: 0722 usb YL with Volmet in RR
(11Feb06) (wp3)
11330
Air Canada 960: YYZ-ANU A-319) 1809 USB Position/w
New York. (22Jan06) (MH)
11330
Air Canada 966: YYZ-BGI B-767) 1748 USB Position/w
New York. (23Jan06) (MH)
11330
Air France 90: CDG-MIA B-747) 1728 USB Position/w
New York. (22Jan06) (MH)
11330
Air Transat 375: PAP-YUL A-310) 1936 USB Position/w
New York. (25Jan06) (MH)
11330
American 1385: JFK-BGI B-757) 1805 USB Position/w
New York. (23Jan06) (MH)
11330
American 1407: JFK-SJU B-757) 1530 USB Position/w
New York. (23Jan06) (MH)
11330
American 1721: ORD-SJU B-757) 1632 USB Position/w
New York. (23Jan06) (MH)
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American 1764: PUJ-JFK B-757) 1908 USB Position/w
New York. (25Jan06) (MH)
American 1781: JFK-PUJ B-757) 1601 USB Position/w
New York. (22Jan06) (MH)
American 449: JFK-SXM B-757) 1933 USB Position/w New
York. (25Jan06) (MH)
American 618: SDQ-JFK A-300) 1743 USB Position/w New
York. (23Jan06) (MH)
American 660: SXM-JFK B-757) 1853 USB Position/w New
York. (22Jan06) (MH)
American 674: SJU-EWR B-757) 1922 Selcal Check/w New
York. (25Jan06) (MH)
American 69: MAD-MIA B-767) 1758 USB Position/w New
York. (22Jan06) (MH)
American 834: STI-JFK A-300) 1656 USB Position/w New
York. (23Jan06) (MH)
American 891: EWR-SJU B-757) 1618 USB Position/w New
York. (23Jan06) (MH)
British Airways 253: LHR-NAS B-767) 1829 USB
Position/w New York. (22Jan06) (MH)
Continental 471: EWR-SJU B-757) 1759 USB Position/w
New York. (23Jan06) (MH)
Continental 512: EWR-POP B-737) 1558 USB Position/w
New York. (22Jan06) (MH)
Continental 736: EWR-SJU B-737) 1552 USB Position/w
New York. (23Jan06) (MH)
Continental 870: SXM-EWR B-737) 1923 USB Selcal
Check/w New York. (25Jan06) (MH)
Delta 307: JFK-STI B-767) 1742 USB Position/w New
York. (22Jan06) (MH)
Iberia 6123: MAD-MIA A-340) 1850 USB Position/w New
York. (22Jan06) (MH)
Iberia 6403: MAD-MEX A-340) 1834 USB Position/w New
York. (22Jan06) (MH)
Martinair 621: AMS-HAV B-767) 1815 USB Position/w
New York. (22Jan06) (MH)
N420QS: Gulfstream) 1532 USB Position/w New York.
(23Jan06) (MH)
N523WC: Falcon) 1545 USB Position/w New York.
(22Jan06) (MH)
U.S. Air 1131: CLT-BGI A-319) 1554 USB Position/w
New York. (22Jan06) (MH)
U.S. Air 241: CLT-LPL A-319) 1559 USB Position/w New
York. (22Jan06) (MH)
U.S. Air 567: CLT-PUJ A-320) 1808 USB Position/w New
York. (23Jan06) (MH)
U.S. Air 979: CLT-ARU A-319) 1712 USB Selcal Check/w
New York. (23Jan06) (MH)
Air Canada 1276: (YYZ-SJU, A-320), Selcal Check/w
New York,1-29-06 @ 1407Z (MH)
Air Canada 1882: (YUL-SJU, A-320), Selcal Check/w
New York,1-29-06 @ 1357Z (MH)
Air Canada 950: (YUL-PAP, B-767) Position/w New
York, 1-24-06 @1749Z (MH)
Air Canada 960: (YYZ-ANU, A-319) Position/w New
York, 1-22-06 @1809Z(MH)
Air Canada 966: (YYZ-BGI, B-767) Position/w New
York, 1-23-06 @1748Z(MH)
Air Canada 966: (YYZ-BGI, B-767) Position/w New
York, 1-24-06 @1632Z (MH)
Air Canada 974: (YUL-BGI, A-319), Position/w New
York, 1-29-06 @1421Z (MH)
Air Transat 826: (YHZ-PUJ, A-310), ATC Clearance/w
New York,1-31-06 @ 1634Z
American 1013: (BOS-AUA, B-757), Position/w New
York, 1-29-06 @1351Z (MH)
American 1044: (AUA-BOS, B-757), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @2019Z
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11330.0 American 1065: (BOS-SJU, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @1718Z (MH)
11330.0 American 1065: (BOS-SJU, B-757), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1637Z
11330.0 American 1183: (BDL-SJU, A-300), ATC Clearance/w New
York, [email protected] 1401Z (MH)
11330.0 American 1385: (JFK-BGI, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @1805Z(MH)
11330.0 American 1397: (PHL-SJU, B-757), Selcal Check/w New
York, [email protected] 1412Z (MH)
11330.0 American 1397: (PHL-SJU, B-757), Selcal Check/w New
York, [email protected] 1420Z
11330.0 American 1407: (JFK-SJU, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @1530Z(MH)
11330.0 American 1407: (JFK-SJU, B-757), ATC Clearance/w New
York, [email protected] 1449Z (MH)
11330.0 American 1407: (JFK-SJU, B-757), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1529Z
11330.0 American 1416: (SJU-JFK, A-300), ATC Clearance/w New
York, [email protected] 1916Z
11330.0 American 1567: (JFK-STT, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @1800Z (MH)
11330.0 American 1635: (JFK-SJU, A-300), Selcal Check/w New
York, [email protected] 1454Z
11330.0 American 1721: (ORD-SJU, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @1632Z(MH)
11330.0 American 1732: (SJU-JFK, A-300), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @2017Z
11330.0 American 1774: (STI-JFK, A-300), ATC Clearance/w New
York, [email protected] 1542Z
11330.0 American 1781: (JFK-PUJ, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @1601Z(MH)
11330.0 American 1781: (JFK-PUJ, B-757), Position/w New
York, 1-29-06 @1441Z (MH)
11330.0 American 1781: (JFK-PUJ, B-757), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1557Z
11330.0 American 1857: (BOS-SJU, B-757), Position/w New
York, 1-29-06 @1358Z (MH)
11330.0 American 1857: (BOS-SJU, B-757), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1509Z
11330.0 American 1889: (JFK-STI, A-300), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1455Z
11330.0 American 1985: (PHL-SJU, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @1711Z (MH)
11330.0 American 401: (BOS-SJU, B-757), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @2011Z
11330.0 American 449: (JFK-SXM, B-757) ATC Clearance/w New
York, 1-24-06 @1836Z (MH)
11330.0 American 618: (SDQ-JFK, A-300) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @1743Z(MH)
11330.0 American 648: (SJU-JFK, A-300, Position/w New York,
1-29-06 @1405Z (MH)
11330.0 American 660: (SXM-JFK, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @1853Z(MH)
11330.0 American 667: (JFK-SXM, B-757), Position/w New York,
1-29-06 @1458Z (MH)
11330.0 American 674: (SJU-EWR, B-757), Selcal Check/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1918Z
11330.0 American 699: (JFK-SJU, A-300), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @1449Z
11330.0 American 69: (MAD-MIA, B-767) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @ 1758Z(MH)
11330.0 American 780: (SDQ-JFK, A-300), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @1434Z
11330.0 American 834: (STI-JFK, A-300) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @1656Z(MH)
11330.0 American 856: (STT-BOS, B-757), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @1959Z
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11330.0 American 891: (EWR-SJU, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @1618Z(MH)
11330.0 American 891: (EWR-SJU, B-757), ATC Clearance/w New
York, [email protected] 1400Z (MH)
11330.0 American 895: (BOS-STT, B-757), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @1551Z
11330.0 American 895: (BOS-STT, B-757), Selcal Check/w New
York, 1-29-06 @1515Z (MH)
11330.0 American: 1183 (BDL-SJU, A-300), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1404Z
11330.0 American: 891 (EWR-SJU, B-757), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @1357Z
11330.0 Avianca 43: (JFK-MDE, B-757), Selcal Check/w New
York, 1-29-06 @1329Z (MH)
11330.0 Blue Panarama 1104: Position/w New York, 1-31-06 @
1440Z
11330.0 Blue Panarama 1105: Position/w New York, 1-31-06 @
1920Z
11330.0 BWIA 425: (JFK-?, B-737), Position/w New York,
1-29-06 @ 1440Z (MH)
11330.0 BWIA 427: (JFK-BGI, B-737), Selcal Check/w New York,
1-29-06 @1430Z (MH)
11330.0 Canforce 1739: Position/w New York, 1-24-06 @ 1759Z
(MH)
11330.0 Continental 1669: (CCS-EWR, B-737), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1456Z
11330.0 Continental 1669: (CCS-EWR, B-737), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1604Z
11330.0 Continental 1879: (POS-EWR, B-737), Selcal Check/w
New York,1-29-06 @ 1431Z (MH)
11330.0 Continental 1883: (STT-EWR, B-737), Selcal Check/w
New York,1-31-06 @ 2005Z
11330.0 Continental 315: (BQN-EWR, B-737), Position/w New
York, 1-27-06 @1502Z (MH)
11330.0 Continental 315: (BQN-EWR, B-737), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1429Z
11330.0 Continental 470: (EWR-SJU, B-737), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1513Z
11330.0 Continental 470: (EWR-SJU, B-737), Selcal Check/w
New York,1-29-06 @ 1339Z (MH)
11330.0 Continental 471: (EWR-SJU, B-757) Position/w New
York, 1-23-06 @1759Z(MH)
11330.0 Continental 471: (EWR-SJU, B-757), Selcal Check/w
New York,1-31-06 @ 1644Z
11330.0 Continental 475: (SJU-EWR, B-737), Position/w New
York, 1-29-06 @1352Z (MH)
11330.0 Continental 512: (EWR-POP, B-737) Position/w New
York, 1-22-06 @1558Z(MH)
11330.0 Continental 512: (EWR-POP, B-737), Selcal Check/w
New York,1-29-06 @ 1423Z (MH)
11330.0 Continental 737: (STI-EWR, B-737), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1946Z
11330.0 Continental 751: (SDQ-EWR, B-757), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @2015Z
11330.0 Continental 871: (EWR-SXM, B-737), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1623Z
11330.0 Delta 2002: (SJU-JFK, B-757), Position/w New York,
1-29-06 @ 1419Z (MH)
11330.0 Delta 2067: (JFK-SJU, B-757), Position/w New York,
1-29-06 @ 1429Z (MH)
11330.0 Delta 2067: (JFK-SJU, B-757), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @ 1445Z
11330.0 Delta 2067: (SJU-JFK, B-757) Postion/w New York,
1-24-06 @ 1729Z (MH)
11330.0 Delta 307: (JFK-STI, B-767) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @ 1742Z(MH)
11330.0 Delta 766: (ATL-BDA, B-757) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @ 1721Z (MH)
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11330.0 Iberia 6123: (MAD-MIA, A-340) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @ 1850Z(MH)
11330.0 Iberia 6123: (MAD-MIA, A-340), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @2006Z
11330.0 Iberia 6403: (MAD-MEX, A-340) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @ 1834Z(MH)
11330.0 Jet Blue 701: (JFK-SJU, A-320), ATC Clearance/w New
York, [email protected] 1411Z (MH)
11330.0 Jet Blue 718: (SJU-JFK, A-320), Postion/w New York,
1-31-06 @1956Z
11330.0 Jet Blue: 701 (JFK-SJU, A-320), Selcal Check/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1353Z
11330.0 Martinair 621: (AMS-HAV, B-767) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @1815Z(MH)
11330.0 Martinair 62: (SJU-AMS, MD-11) ATC Clearance/w New
York, 1-24-06 @1838Z (MH)
11330.0 Martinair 907: (AMS-PUJ, B-767), Position/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1522Z
11330.0 N230QS: (Falcon) Position/w New York, 1-24-06 @
1735Z (MH)
11330.0 N296QS: (TEB-STT, Falcon), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @ 1540Z
11330.0 N345AA: (?-TEB, Gulfstream), Position/w New York,
1-31-06 @ 1428Z
11330.0 N420QS: (Gulfstream) Position/w New York, 1-23-06 @
1532Z(MH)
11330.0 N523WC: (Falcon) Position/w New York, 1-22-06 @
1545Z(MH)
11330.0 N551VB: (SXM-BED, ERJ-135), Selcal Check/w New York,
1-31-06 @1611Z
11330.0 N727M: (DTW-?, B-727), Radio Check/w New York,
1-31-06 @ 1441Z
11330.0 N729TA: (Hawker) Position/w New York, 1-24-06 @
1816Z (MH)
11330.0 N785DR: (Learjet), Position/w New York, 1-29-06 @
1519Z (MH)
11330.0 N900VP: Position/w New York, 1-29-06 @ 1447Z (MH)
11330.0 N956QS: (SXM-TEB, Citation), ATC Clearance/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1417Z
11330.0 North American 92: (?-JFK, B-757) Position/w New
York, 1-24-06 @1737Z (MH)
11330.0 North American 92: (?-JFK, B-757), Position/w New
York,1-31-06 @1621Z
11330.0 Sky Tours 508: Position/w New York, 1-29-06 @ 1340Z
(MH)
11330.0 Tradewinds 302: Position/w New York, 1-31-06 @ 1427Z
11330.0 U.S. 1470: (PHL-SJU, A-319) Position/w New York,
1-24-06 @ 1725Z (MH)
11330.0 U.S. Air 1131: (CLT-BGI, A-319) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 @1554Z(MH)
11330.0 U.S. Air 1268: (PHL-SJU, B-767), ATC Clearance/w New
York, [email protected] 1433Z (MH)
11330.0 U.S. Air 1424: (PHL-STT, B-767), Radio Check/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1514Z
11330.0 U.S. Air 1427: (SJU-PHL, B-767) Selcal Check/w New
York, 1-24-06 @1834Z (MH)
11330.0 U.S. Air 1470: (PHL-SJU, A-320), Selcal Check/w New
York, [email protected] 1504Z (MH)
11330.0 U.S. Air 221: (PHL-SJU, A-320), ATC Clearance/w New
York, [email protected] 1403Z (MH)
11330.0 U.S. Air 241: (CLT-LPL, A-319) Position/w New York,
1-22-06 1559Z(MH)
11330.0 U.S. Air 467: (PHL-PUJ, B-757), Selcal Check/w New
York, 1-29-06 @1524Z (MH)
11330.0 U.S. Air 567: (CLT-PUJ, A-320) Position/w New York,
1-23-06 @1808Z(MH)
11330.0 U.S. Air 905: (CLT-SJU, A-320), Position/w New York,
1-29-06 @1344Z (MH)
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11330.0 U.S. Air 979: (CLT-ARU, A-319) Selcal Check/w New
York, 1-23-06 @1712Z(MH)
11330.0 United 991: (IAD-STT, A-320), Selcal Check/w New
York, 1-31-06 @1413Z
11330.0: Air Canada 950: (YUL-PAP, B-767), Selcal Check/w
New York, [email protected] 1633Z
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09541: Russ a/c 1150 USB RU w/w PRIBOJ. Reports:
Take off KALININGRAD 1141. Have fuel for 6 hours flight.
ETA SEVEROMORSK-1 1615. (01 Feb 2006) (Old Crow)
11354
09541: Russ a/c 1222 USB RU w/w PRIBOJ. Reports: My
Position 5700 1955 at 1220. FL 240. above the clouds.
(01 Feb 2006) (Old Crow)
11354
09541: Russ a/c 1255 USB RU w/w PRIBOJ. Reports: My
Position 5903 2110 at 1250. FL 240. In Clouds.
(01 Feb 2006) (Old Crow)
11354
09545: Russ a/c 1125 USB RU W/w NOVATOR/PRIBOJ 1125
Overflew VORONEZH at 1115. Altitude 6900 metres. Ground
visual. Fuel for 4 hours 45 mins. flight...1213 Overflew
ROSTOV at 1210. Altitude 5700 metres. ETA TAGANROG 1235.
1231 Landed TAGANROG at 1230. Closing down this circuit.
(07Feb06) (Old Crow)
11354
PRIBOJ: RUS ATC Auth 1418 USB RU W/w a/c 52533. Rpts
back info. Landed OSTAF'EVO at 1416. Have fuel for two hours
flight (31Jan06) (OldCrow)
11354
PRIBOJ: Russ Air Tfc Control 1045 USB RU W/w a/c
52533.. Rpts back a/c report: Take off ANAPA 1033. ETA
OSTAF'EVO 1400. Have fuel for 5 hours 30 mins flight (31Jan06) (Old Crow)
11354.0 09541: Russ a/c 1150 USB RU w/w PRIBOJ. Reports:
Take off KALININGRAD 1141. Have fuel for 6 hours flight.ETA
SEVEROMORSK-1 1615.01feb06 (OC)
11354.0 09541: Russ a/c 1222 USB RU w/w PRIBOJ. Reports: My
Position 5700 1955 at 1220. FL 240. above the Clouds.
01feb06 (OC)
11354.0 09541: Russ a/c 1255 USB RU w/w PRIBOJ. Reports: My
Position 5903 2110 at 1250. FL 240. In Clouds.
(01 Feb 2006) (Old Crow)
11354.0 09545: Russ a/c 1125 USB RU W/w NOVATOR/PRIBOJ 07
Feb 2006 (Old Crow)
11387.0 sydney volmet: ID " australian vm out "1303USB wx
4fev06 ML
11421.7 FJY5 : DTRE Alfred Faure CRO 1626 ARQ-E3/192/400
Request signals (13 Feb) (PPA)
11421.7 FJY5: : DTRE Alfred Faure CRO 16:26 ARQ-E3/192/400
Request signals(13 Feb) (PPA)
11427.5 MAE: Alg-Mfa Algiers 0918 ALE/USB clg TRP Tripoli
(07/feb/06) (sw)
11427.5 TRP: ALG MFA emb Tripoli
ALE/USB 12:56 TO MAE
(15Jan06) (MAL)
11437.7 CNDT: Algerian customs Algiers ALG 1305
PACTOR/200/200 French operator chat with unid station on
11438
(11Feb06) (PPA)
11437.7 CNDT: Algerian customs Algiers ALG 13:05
Pactor/200/200 Frenchoperator chat with unid station on
11438.0 (11 Feb) (PPA)
11465.0 616: Unid
1140 ALE/USB Snd (01/02/06) (AJP)
11475
055: Saudi MOI? 1415 ALE/USB Sounding. (28Jan06) (RGA)
11475.0 LCR154: Pol-Mil 1621 ALE/USB clg ETD165 (28/jan/06) (sw)
11475.0 MAE: Alg-Mfa Algiers 0913 ALE/USB clg TRP Tripoli
(07/feb/06) (sw)
11475.0 NKT: Alg-Mfa Nouakchott Mtn 1340 ALE/USB clg RBT
Rabat Mrc (02/feb/06) (sw)
11490.0 0000210788: Grc-Moi 1953 ALE/USB sndg. (14/feb/06) (sw)
11494.0 504: USCG HC-130H 1504, CGAS Elizabeth City, Va 1559
ALE/USB clg LNT USCG CAMSLANT Chesapeake, VA
(20/jan/06) (sw)
11494.0 705: USCG HC-130H 1705, CGAS Clearwater 1437 ALE/USB
sndg. (30/jan/06) (sw)
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11494.0 LNT: USCG CAMSLANT Chesapeake, VA 1521 ALE/USB clg
J34 USCG MH-60J 6034 CGAS Clearwater Fl also noted on
13907.0 and 15867.0 (20/jan/06) (sw)
11494.0 LNT: USCG CAMSLANT Chesapeake, VA 1559 ALE/USB clg
504 USCG HC-130H 1504, CGAS Elizabeth City, Va
(20/jan/06) (sw)
11500.0 2016: Tur-Net 2019 ALE/USB clg 2013 (20/jan/06) (sw)
11565.0 E03: " Lincolnshire Poacher" still active on 11545
at 1715z.6feb06 (KR)
11565.0 Unid: CW 5 lettter group and strong sig @
1700z.30jan06 (KR)
11582.6 FDG: FAF Bordeaux 1039 Rtty 50Bd/170Hz Marker: Test
de FDG (22/JAN/06) (KK)
12160.5 : Unid 1240 RTTY/50/170 5LGs with header "nr 710 gr
342 dtd 5-2-2006" after many times "zczc"
(05Feb06) (KB)
12163.5 : Unid 1150 RTTY/50/170 Looks like exercise traffic.
5LGs on 12160.5 in Baudot 50/170, at times replies on
12163.5 in 50/340 like "pse repeat the last 4 lines of nr
710" etc. Logged before a week ago on 05Feb06.
(12Feb06) (KB)
12163.5 : Unid 1210 RTTY/50/340 op tfc like "pse keep yr
power steady" or "pse rerun nr 709 and 710". At 1245
confirming msg sent on 12160.5, then off air
(05Feb06) (KB)
12170.0 AMMAN: Fra-Mfa Amman Jor 1405 ALE/USB clg CER42
(30/jan/06) (sw)
12179
OLZ76: Czech embassy Tunis 0824 ALE/USB sounding
appox. every hour until 1339 (07Feb06) (KB)
12191.0 PCRC5: Venezuelan Mil 0035 ALE/USB to CLC51
(28/01/06) (AJP)
12197
SPF219: Polish Army 1005 ALE/USB "TO:LCR155
TIS:SPF219" (29/Jan/06) (AA)
12251.0 AAA: IDF TEL AVIV 1140 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE on usb.
Clng M72 multiple thru 1159z (23/Jan)(DW)
12297.0 055: Unid (055 net) 1353 ALE/USB sndg. (09/feb/06) (sw)
12362.0 VMW: wiluna meteo 0755 USB eng announc frq15fev06 ML
12376.9 : Unid Brit. Mil 0710 UNID 4-FSK/195.3/3*195
(11Feb06) (KB)
12390
GYA: FWOC NORTHWOOD 1640 FAX/120/576 SUR. PR.
(08-Feb-06) (FC)
12390.0 GYA: FWOC NORTHWOOD 1550 FAX120/576/N/800 Streamline
analysis for Gulf. Grainy pix (23/Jan)(DW)
12437.0 ERMSAL: BN Salvador 1530 ALE/USB to NDDRIO
(18/01/06) (AJP)
12458.5 UIDB?: SHIP RTMS ATLANTIS 1700 CW Hi-spd [40 wpm].
Clng URL(?) then tfc. S/off 1705z (23/Jan)(DW)
12464
RMGB: Unid RUS Navy ship 1624 CW RCV DE RMGB 413 77
171915 413 = FOR RJT22 = 11111 68730 77570......
(17Feb06) (piri)
12464.0 RMGB: Unid RUS Navy ship 1624 MORSE RCV DE RMGB 413
77 171915 413 = FOR RJT22 = 11111 68730 77570......
(17FEB06) (piri)
12520
VRE4: Unid 1321 FEC/100/170 THIS TASMAN COMMAND CALL
SIGN VRE4 TESTING MY UNIT PLEASE ACKNOWLEDGE WHEN RECEIVED
WAITING IN INTRO 16540 THANK YOU LUCKY 73. (16Jan06) (IB)
12557.7 SSEM: SHIP AL MINUFIYAH 1127 DSC 100/E/170 MMSI
622120411. Safety/test RQ to Lyngby. Rptd 1128z
(27/Jan)(DW)
12574.0 ---: SHIP ALEKSANDER KOSAREW 1110 RTTY 50/R/170
Figs/slashes and tfc in 3sc. Possibly to Murmansk
(27/Jan)(DW)
12577
4JGI: Gefer Jabarly (Azerbaijan) 1613 DSC RQs
Gezenfer Musabeyov/4JDS for simplex telephone conversation
on 8260 kHz. (08Feb06) (RGA)
12577
9HXF4: Salerno Express (Maltese Flag) 1300 DSC RQs
LyngbyRadio/OXZ for safety test. (08Feb06) (RGA)
12577
C6NF8: Katja (Bahamas Flag) 1223 DSC RQs MRCC
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Pireaus/SVO for safety check quoting 2182 kHz.
(08Feb06) (RGA)
ELVW2: Anna (Liberian Flag) 1249 DSC RQs MRCC
Barcelona for safety test. MRCC BQs. (08Feb06) (RGA)
HBLQ: Celerina (Switzerland) 1227 DSC RQs Lyngby
Radio/OXZ for safety test. (08Feb06) (RGA)
NMA: MRCC Miami/Norfolk 1652 DSC USA BQs safety test
RQ from Shan He/BOAZ (PRC). (28Jan06) (RGA)
SWBN: Pioneer (Greece) 1655 DSC RQs MRCC Brazil/PPR
for safety test. (28Jan06) (RGA) 15043
100022: Unid 1320
ALE/USB Sounding. (28Jan06) (RGA)
OXZ: Lyngby Radio Denmark 1253 DSC BQs safety test
from Cast Prosperity/DGGZ (Germany).
(08Feb06) (RGA)
OXZ: LyngbyRadio Denmark 1648 DSC BQs safety test
request from Provence/FNAT (France). (28Jan06) (RGA)
S6JO: Eagle Beaumont (Singapore) 1645 DSC RQs
CAMSLANT/MRCC Portsmouth for safety check.
(28Jan06) (RGA)
ZSC: CapeRadio S.Africa 1646 DSC BQs an RQ from
Amy/H9MR (Panama). No freqs given. (28Jan06) (RGA)
VQEV7: SHIP SANDRA BLANCA 1128 DSC 100/E/170 MMSI
235005020. Safety/test RQ to Olympia (27/Jan)(DW)
: AFRTS Diego Garcia 1435 USB music. Off @1450
(05Feb06) (KB)
NMF: USCG BOSTON 1636 SITOR/B 100/E/170 Wx fcst
(18/Feb)(DW)
WLO: MOBILE RADIO 1140 CW Chan free marker
"WLO" - brief Sitor/A - too weak to decode plus qrm
fm XSV (27/Jan)(DW)
WLO: MOBILE RADIO 1255 arq 100/E/170 Msg to unid
ship giving tks for AMVER/OBS msgs (30/Jan)(DW)
WLO: MobileRadio AL USA 1337 ARQ w/Morse ID
(12Feb06) (RGA)
XSV: TIANJIN RADIO 1140 CW Chan free marker "XSV"
(27/Jan)(DW)
XSV: TianjinRadio PRC 1338 ARQ w/Morse ID. (12Feb06) (RGA)
UDK2: MurmanskRadio Russia 1210 ARQ w/Morse ID.
(12Feb06) (RGA)
UDK2: MURMANSK RADIO 1119 CW Chan free marker "de
UDK2" (27/Jan)(DW)
LZW5: Varna Radio BUL 1602 FEC qrl Bulgarian nx
(16FEB06) (piri)
LZW5: Varna Radio BUL 1602 FEC qrl Bulgarian nx
(16FEB06) (piri)
LZW: VARNA RADIO 1146 CW Chan free marker "de LZW
LZW" (27/Jan)(DW)
RRR 34: moscou 0831 FEC tfc list 15fev06 ML
RRR34: MOSCOW RADIO 1122 CW Chan free marker "3756"
(27/Jan)(DW)
NMN: CAMSLANT Chesapeake VA USA 1212 ARQ w/Morse ID.
(12Feb06) (RGA)
NMN: USCG CAMSLANT 1153 CW Chan free marker "NMN"
(27/Jan)(DW)
A9M: BAHRAIN RADIO 1155 CW Chan free marker "de A9M
tlx" (27/Jan)(DW)
UAT: moscou 0803 FEC traffic list 15fev06 ML
UAT: MOSCOW RADIO 1157 CW Chan free marker "de UAT"
(27/Jan)(DW)
SVO5: OLYMPIA RADIO 1158 CW Chan free marker "de
SVO" (27/Jan)(DW)
SVO5: OLYMPIA RADIO 1304 SITOR/B 100/E/170 Shipress
in Greek (18/Feb)(DW)
SVO: Olympia radio CW beacon/marker @ 1930z weak but
readable. 30jan06 (KR)
UIW: kaliningrad 0806 ARQ 15fev06 ML
UIW: KALININGRAD RADIO 1201 fec 100/E/170 End of msg
or blind broadcast. Revert to chan fre marker (cw) "de UIW
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KLD". Brief QSOs in Sitor/A in irs terminating "3745 UIW"
(27/Jan)(DW)
XSQ: QUANGZHOU RADIO 1209 CW Chan free marker "XSQ"
(27/Jan)(DW)
055: Unid 1250 ALE/USB sndg. (28/jan/06) (sw)
TAH: ISTANBUL RADIO 1216 CW Chan free marker "TAH"
(27/Jan)(DW)
VMW: wiluna meteo 1305 USB wx 4fev06 ML
XSG: SHANGHAI RADIO 1224 CW Chan free marker "XSG"
(27/Jan)(DW)
TAH: istanbul 0812 FEC wx mediterran 15fev06 ML
TAH: ISTANBUL RADIO 1225 CW Chan free marker "TAH"
(27/Jan)(DW)
FUM?: French Navy Papeeté PLY 1217 STANAG-4285/300L/
5N1. 80% synch. Idling. No traffic or calls seen.
Faded sans ID. Propagationally possible.
(12Feb06) (RGA)
FUO: RN TOULON 2030 STANAG 4285 on usb. 300/L 5n2
Baudot. Marker "NAWS de FUO testing RYs SGs figs quick
brown fox int zbz k" (26/Jan)(DW)
FUO: FN Toulon 2212 Stanag 4285 300L ACF=8 5N2 ITA-2
Test tape (21/01/06) (AJP)
HEB23: GLN BERN 1105 CW Chan free marker. CW ID
every 3 min "cq de HEB23" (28/Jan)(DW)
JJC: Kyodo Tokio 1620 FAX/60/576 Nx/JJ (20/01/01) (RH2)
VTP13/14 IN shakhapatnam 1613 RTTY/50/850 RY/ID +
3LG (20/01/01) (RH2)
NMF: USCG Boston Ma 1431 Fax 120/576 (Atlantic
Request for comments) (09/feb/06) (sw)
DAO12A: GLN KIEL 1150 CW Chan free marker. CW ID
every 3 min "cq de DAO12A" (28/Jan)(DW)
NMG: USCG New Orleans 1311 Fax 120/576 surface
analysis map by Tropical Prediction Center (07/feb/06) (sw)
VTG 7: mumbai navy 1354 CW 11fev06 ML
CTP: NATO Lisbon Por 1306 J2b 75/850 "naws naws de
ctp ctp qsx 04 06 08 12 mhz ar" (07/feb/06) (sw)
CTP: PN LISBON 1159 RTTY 75/N/850 Marker "NAWS de
CTP qsx 04 06 08 12 mhz ar" (22/Jan)(DW)
Unid 1211 A1a [t 26 29 7 1451 t 26 k] (07/feb/06) (sw)
6WW: French Navy Dakar Senegal 1700 RTTY/75/850 faaa
de 6ww testing. (18Jan06) (bef)
6WW: FF Dakar 1551 RTTY/75/850 RY/ID/Testing
(20/01/01) (RH2)
6WW: FN Dakar SEN 1641 RTTY/75/850 FAAA DE 6WW
TESTING RY/SG 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 VOYEZ VOUS LE BRICK
GEANT... (20Jan06) (piri)
6WW: French Navy Dakar Senegal 1723 RTTY/75/850
Bricks tests. (30Jan06) (RGA)
6WW Fra-N Senegal 1201 J2b 75/850 "faaa faaa de 6ww"
(07/feb/06) (sw)
6WW: FN DAKAR 1210 RTTY 75/N/850 Marker "FAAA de 6WW
testing RYs SGs figs Voyez vous le brick int zbz k"
(22/Jan)(DW)
---: Italian Ny 2202 Stanag 4285 1200L ACF=0
(21/01/06) (AJP)
Unid: Italian Ny 2202 Stanag 4285 1200L ACF=0
(21/01/06) (AJP)
9HD: Globe Radio Malta 1726 GLOBEDATA Idling.
(30Jan06) (RGA)
9HD: Globe Wireless Malta 1257 SCS-PACTOR Idling.
(12Feb06) (RGA)
RETJ: SN Madrid? E 1644 STANAG-4285 600/L/ITA2/5N1
KG84 MSGS and long idle periods (20Jan06 (piri)
RFTJ: Madrid Naval Radio 1550 STANAG-4285/600L/5N1
Block messages in KG84. Bearing 190° good for Spain.
(29Jan06) (RGA)
HLG: Seoul Radio Korea 1259 CW CQ de HLG QSX 12 MHz
K. (12Feb06) (RGA)
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USO5: IZMAIL RADIOUKR 1600 RTTY/50/170R
WEATHERCHANGE. (10Feb06) (FC)
SAP: MARINECOM MALMOSweden 1615PACTOR-3 CH MARKER
(10Feb06) (FC)
HEB33: Global Link/Marine Net Berne 1728 PACTOR-3
Idling. (30Jan06) (RGA)
FUF: FN FT DE FRANCE 1924 STANAG 4285 on usb. 300/L
Baudot 5N2. Marker "oo FAAA de RFLIE znr uuuuu zui testing
RYs SGs nnnn" (15/Feb)(DW)
VCS: Globe Radio Halifax NS Canada 1732 GLOBEDATA
Idling. (30Jan06) (RGA)
HEB33: Bern R 1858 CW Channel free marker and CW ID
(06/02/06) (AJP)
fuv: FN Djibouti 1335 stanag4285/300L/5n2 VZCZCJ OO
FKAADE FUZNR(4Feb06) (wp3)
UDK: Murmansk Radio RUS 1515 RTTY/50/170 M2 alphabet
3rd shift Latin msg to unid ship (17Feb06) (piri)
UDK: Murmansk Radio RUS 1515 RTTY 50Bd M2 alphabet
3th shift Latin msg to unid ship (17FEB06) (piri)
KKL12B: KKL Radio, Vashon Is, Nr Seattle WA 1535 CW
Calling CQ once every 5 minutes. (08Feb-6) (EE)
CORN HILL: Wkg ANDREWS 2359 USB For HF data. First
attempt from ANDREWS was unsuccessful and at 0011z CORN HILL
was back up under his "new day" alias (___UAL; too weak to
understand) calling ANDREWS. (26 Jan 06) (JH)
SKI SLOPE: Wkg ANDREWS 0056 USB (Pre-0000z CORN
HILL). After working ANDREWS in 4-tone data, requesting
secure voice comms with ANDREWS. ANDREWS agreed and
requested 10 minutes to "set up". At 0103z ANDREWS
and SKI SLOPE attempted to work each other in ANDVT.
ANDREWS advised of "operator error" and they retried the
comms in the red at 0111z+ and conducted an apparently
successful converstaion in ANDVT. At 0114z ANDREWS advised
SKI SLOPE that ANDREWS wanted to check "other equipment",
asked about using the "215" and then directed SKI SLOPE to
93230 (9323.0). (26 Jan 06) (JH)
ADWNPR: US NIPRNet Station Andrews AFB MD 1743
ALE/USB Sounding. (15Feb06) (RGA)
ICZNPR: US NIPRNet Station Sigonella Italy 1612
ALE/USB Sounding. (15Feb06) (RGA)
N320UP: UPS B767 Flt UP0219 1742 HFDL Posn report
via Las Palmas: 5348N 02706W. (10Feb06) (RGA)
N608FE: Federal Express MD11F 'Karen' Flt FX0038
1725 HFDL Posn report to Las Palmas: 5403N 03339W.
(08Feb06) (RGA)
OH-LBS: Finnair B757 1731 HFDL Logs on to Las
Palmas. (08Feb06) (RGA)
RJA101: Royal Jordanian Flt 1307 HFDL Posn report
4139N 01216E via Las Palmas. (17Feb06) (RGA)
Air France 422: CDG-BOG A-340) 1503 USB Position/w
New York (30Jan06) (MH)
Air France 460: CDG-CCS B-747) 1457 USB Position/w
New York (30Jan06) (MH)
Air France 474: CDG-HAV B-747) 1725 USB Position/w
New York (30Jan06) (MH)
Air France 488: CDG-SXM A-340) 1455 USB Position/w
New York (30Jan06) (MH)
Air France 490: CDG-PUJ B-747) 1729 USB Position/w
New York (30Jan06) (MH)
Air France 620: ORY-PTP B-747) 1538 USB Position/w
New York (30Jan06) (MH)
Air France 624: ORY-PTP B-747) 1832 USB Position/w
New York (30Jan06) (MH)
Air France 90: CDG-MIA. B-747) 1441 USB Position/w
New York. (04Feb06) (MH)
Alitalia 666: MXP-CCS B-767) 1510 USB Position/w New
York (30Jan06) (MH)
American 57: LHR-MIA. B-777) 1422 USB Selcal Check/w
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New York. (04Feb06) (MH)
American 69: MAD-MIA B-767) 1432 USB Position/w New
York (30Jan06) (MH)
Atlas 8674: CHS-GLA B-747) 1319 USB Position/w New
York. (21Jan06) (MH)
Blue Panarama 1106: 1459 USB Position/w New York
(30Jan06) (MH)
Blue Panarama 1339: 1441 USB Position/w New York.
(21Jan06) (MH)
Blue Panarama 1612: 1421 USB Position/w New York.
(04Feb06) (MH)
Blue Panarama 1901: 1502 USB ATC Clearance/w New
York (30Jan06) (MH)
Boxer 43: 1421 USB Position/w New York. (21Jan06) (MH)
Britannia 437: 1419 USB ATC Clearance/w New York.
(04Feb06) (MH)
British Airways 178: JFK-LHR B-747) 1543 USB
Position/w New York (30Jan06) (MH) 1543Z
British Airways 207: LHR-MIA. B-747) 1415 USB
Position/w New York. (04Feb06) (MH)
British Airways 2155: LGW-BGI B-777) 1523 USB
Position/w New York (30Jan06) (MH)
British Airways 2157: LGW-? B-777) 1501 USB
Position/w New York (30Jan06) (MH)
BWIA 901: LHR-BGI A-340) 1643 USB Position/w New
York. (21Jan06) (MH)
BWIA 991: MAN-BGI. A-340) 1423 USB Position/w New
York. (04Feb06) (MH)
Condor 156: 1408 USB ATC Clearance/w New York.
(04Feb06) (MH)
Condor 172: 1413 USB Position/w New York. (04Feb06) (MH)
Corsair 866: 1629 USB Position/w New York (30Jan06) (MH)
Corsair 932: Position/w New York. (25Jan06) (MH)
Delta 109: MAD-ATL. B-767) 1451 USB Position/w New
York. (04Feb06) (MH)
El Al 07l: TLV-JFK B-747) 1723 USB Position/w New
York (30Jan06) (MH)
Iberia 6123: MAD-MIA A-340) 1653 USB Position/w New
York (30Jan06) (MH)
Iberia 6311: MAD-GUA A-340) 1631 USB ATC Clearance/w
New York. (21Jan06) (MH)
Jet Set 34: 1450 USB Selcal Check/w New York.
(04Feb06) (MH)
KLM 733: AMS-AUA MD-11) 1753 USB Position/w New York
(30Jan06) (MH)
KLM 735: AMS-CUR B-747) 1550 USB Position/w New York
(30Jan06) (MH)
KLM 741: AMS-BON MD-11) 1413 USB Position/w New York
(30Jan06) (MH)
KLM 741: AMS-BON. MD-11) 1438 USB Position/w New
York. (04Feb06) (MH)
Livingston 105: 1804 USB Position/w New York
(30Jan06) (MH)
Livingston 108: 1423 USB Position/w New York.
(21Jan06) (MH)
LTU 566: FRA-POP A-333) 1415 USB Position/w New
York. (27Jan06) (MH)
LTU 8824: SXF-PUJ. A-330) 1431 USB Position/w New
York. (04Feb06) (MH)
Martinair 607: AMS-POP B-767) 1802 USB Position/w
New York (30Jan06) (MH)
Martinair 619: AMS-HAV. B-767) 1406 USB Position/w
New York. (04Feb06) (MH)
Martinair 639: AMS-CUN B-767) 1500 USB Position/w
New York (30Jan06) (MH)
Martinair 919: AMS-PMV B-767) 1736 USB Position/w
New York (30Jan06) (MH)
N305CC: 1544 USB ATC Clearance/w New York. (21Jan06) (MH)
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N919SA: (Falcon) 1344 USB Position/w New York.
(21Jan06) (MH)
Reach 722 India: 1352 USB Position/w New York.
(21Jan06) (MH)
RX 980: 1354 USB ATC Clearance/w New York. (25Jan06) (MH)
UPS 203: PHL-CGN MD-11) 1556 USB ATC Clearance/w New
York. (25Jan06) (MH)
UPS 213: SDF-CGN B-767) 1338 USB Position/w New
York. (21Jan06) (MH)
UPS 235: EWR-STN B-767) 1705 USB Position/w New
York. (25Jan06) (MH)
UPS 237: PHL-EMA B-767) 1601 USB Position/w New
York. (25Jan06) (MH)
World 174: DAY-BRU DC-10) 1409 USB Radio Check/w New
York. (21Jan06) (MH)
Aeromexico 2: (MAD-MEX, B-767), Position/w New York,
2-4-06 @1800Z (MH)
Air France 422: (CDG-BOG, A-340), Position/w New
York, 1-30-06 @1503Z (MH)
Air France 460: (CDG-CCS, B-747), Position/w New
York, 1-30-06 @1457Z (MH)
Air France 474: (CDG-HAV, B-747), Position/w New
York, 1-30-06 @1725Z (MH)
Air France 474: (CDG-HAV, B-747), Position/w New
York, 2-4-06 @1728Z (MH)
Air France 488: (CDG-SXM, A-340), Position/w New
York, 2-4-06 @1521Z (MH)
Air France 490: (CDG-PUJ, B-747), Position/w New
York, 1-30-06 @1729Z (MH)
Air France 620: (ORY-PTP, B-747), Position/w New
York, 1-30-06 @1538Z (MH)
Air France 624: (ORY-PTP, B-747), Position/w New
York, 1-30-06 @1832Z (MH)
Air Portugal 103: (LIS-EWR), Position/w New York,
2-4-06 @ 1608Z (MH)
Air Portugal 103: (LIS-EWR, A-310), Position/w New York,
2-1-06 @1641Z
Alitalia 636: (MSP-MIA, B-777), Position/w New York,
2-4-06 @1457Z (MH)
Alitalia 666: (MXP-CCS, B-767), Position/w New York,
1-30-06 @1510Z (MH)
Alitalia: 666 (MXP--CCS, B-767), Position/w New
York, 2-1-06 @1529Z
American 157: (MAN-MIA, B-767), Position/w New York,
2-4-06 @1631Z (MH)
American 57 (LHR-MIA, B-777), Selcal Check/w New
York, 2-4-06 @1422Z (MH)
American 63: (CDG-MIA, B-767), Position/w New York,
2-4-06 @ 1519Z (MH)
American 69: (MAD-MIA, B-767), Position/w New York,
1-30-01 @1432Z (MH)
Blue Panarama 1106: Position/w New York, 1-30-06 @
1459Z (MH)
Blue Panarama 1202: Position/w New York, 2-1-06 @
1640Z
Blue Panarama 1602: Position/w New York, 2-4-06 @
1817Z Position/w New York, 2-3-06 @ 1907Z (MH)
Blue Panarama 1612: Position/w New York, 2-4-06 @
1421Z (MH)
Blue Panarama 1616: Position/w New York, 2-4-06 @
1542Z (MH)
Blue Panarama 1901: ATC Clearance/w New York,
1-30-06 @ 1520Z (MH)
Blue Panarama: 1205, ATC Clearance/w New York,
2-1-06 @ 1323Z
Britannia 325: ATC Clearance/w New York, [email protected]
1618Z (MH)
Britannia 372: Position/w New York, 2-1-06 @ 1539Z
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13306.0 Britannia 437: ATC Clearance/w New York, 2-4-06 @
1419Z (MH)
13306.0 British Airways 178: (JFK-LHR, B-747), Position/w
New York,1-30-06 @ 1543Z (MH)
13306.0 British Airways 2037: (LGW-MCO, B-777), Position/w
New York,2-4-06 @ 1609Z (MH)
13306.0 British Airways 207: (LHR-MIA, B-747), Position/w
New York, [email protected] 1415Z (MH)
13306.0 British Airways 2153: (LGW-BGI, B-777), Position/w
New York,2-4-06 @ 1805Z (MH)
13306.0 British Airways 2157: (LGW-?, B-777), Position/w New
York, [email protected] 1501Z (MH)
13306.0 British Airways 2157: (LGW-ANU, B-777), Position/w
New York,2-4-06 @ 1645Z (MH)
13306.0 British Airways 2167: (LGW-TPA, B-777), Position/w
New York,2-4-06 @ 1628Z (MH)
13306.0 British Airways 2263: (LGW-?, B-777), Position/w New
York, [email protected] 1636Z
13306.0 British Airways 253: (LHR-NAS, B-767), Position/w
New York, [email protected] 1456Z (MH)
13306.0 British Airways: 209 (LHR-MIA, B-747), Position/w
New York, [email protected] 1737Z (MH)
13306.0 BWIA 437: Position/w New York, 2-4-06 @ 1611Z (MH)
13306.0 BWIA 991: (MAN-BGI, A-340), Position/w New York,
2-4-06 @ 1423Z (MH)
13306.0 Condor 156: ATC Clearance/w New York, 2-4-06 @ 1408Z (MH)
13306.0 Condor 164: Position/w New York, 2-4-06 @ 1544Z (MH)
13306.0 Condor 172: Position/w New York, 2-4-06 @ 1413Z (MH)
13306.0 Corsair 866: Position/w New York, 1-30-06 @ 1629Z (MH)
13306.0 Corsair 932: Position/w New York, 2-1-06 @ 1414Z
13306.0 Corsair 972: Position/w New York, 2-4-06 @ 1740Z (MH)
13306.0 Delta 109: (MAD-ATL, B-767), Position/w New York,
2-4-06 @ 1451Z (MH)
13306.0 Delta 128: (DUB-ATL, B-767), Position/w New York,
2-4-06 @ 1641Z (MH)
13306.0 El Al 07: (TLV-JFK, B-747), Position/w New York,
1-30-06 @ 1723Z (MH)
13306.0 Five Star 308: Selcal Check/w New York, 2-1-06 @
1556Z
13306.0 Iberia 6123: (MAD-MIA, A-340), Position/w New York,
1-30-06 @1653Z (MH)
13306.0 Iberia 6123: (MAD-MIA, A-340), Position/w New York,
2-1-06 @ 1645Z
13306.0 Iberia 6123: (MAD-MIA, A-340), Position/w New York,
2-4-06 @ 1532Z (MH)
13306.0 Jet Set 34: Selcal Check/w New York, 2-4-06 @ 1450Z
(MH)
13306.0 Jet Set 56: Position/w New York, 2-4-06 @ 1647Z (MH)
13306.0 JV 671: Position/w New York, 2-1-06 @ 1514Z
13306.0 KLM 713: (AMS-PBM, B-747), Position/w New York,
2-4-06 @ 1630Z (MH)
13306.0 KLM 733: (AMS-AUA, MD-11), Position/w New York,
1-30-06 @ 1753Z (MH)
13306.0 KLM 733: (AMS-AUA, MD-11), Position/w New York,
2-4-06 @ 1813Z (MH)
13306.0 KLM 735: (AMS-CUR, B-747), Position/w New York,
1-30-06 @ 1550Z (MH)
13306.0 KLM 735: (AMS-CUR, B-747), Position/w New York,
2-1-06 @ 1656Z
13306.0 KLM 741: (AMS-BON, MD-11), Position/w New York,
1-30-01 @ 1413Z (MH)
13306.0 KLM 741: (AMS-BON, MD-11), Position/w New York,
2-4-06 @ 1438Z (MH)
13306.0 KLM 741: (AMS-BON, MD-11), Selcal Check/w New York,
2-1-06 @ 1538Z
13306.0 KLM 785: (AMS-SXM, B-747), Position/w New York,
2-4-06 @ 1623Z (MH)
13306.0 Lan Chile Cargo: 1500, Position/w New York, 2-1-06 @ 1308Z
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Livingston 105: Position/w New York, 1-30-06 @ 1804Z (MH)
Livingston 195: Position/w New York, 2-4-06 @ 1509Z (MH)
Livingston 211: Position/w New York, 2-04-06 @ 1555Z (MH)
LTU 400: (DUS-MBJ, A-330), Position/w New York,
2-4-06 @ 1539Z (MH)
LTU 446: (DUS-POP, A-330), Position/w New York,
2-4-06 @ 1453Z (MH)
LTU 446: (DUS-PUJ, A-330), Postion/w New York,
2-1-06 @ 1534Z
LTU 8824: (SXF-PUJ, A-330), Position/w New York,
2-4-06 @ 1431Z (MH)
LTU 908: (DUS-RSW, A-330), Position/w New York,
2-4-06 @ 1616Z (MH)
LTU 920: (MUC-RSW, A-330), Position/w New York,
2-1-06 @ 1502Z
Martinair 607: (AMS-POP, B-767), Position/w New
York, 1-30-06 @1802Z (MH)
Martinair 607: (AMS-PUJ, B-767), ATC Clearance/w New
York, [email protected] 1736Z (MH)
Martinair 631: (AMS-MCO, B-767), Position/w New
York, 2-4-06 @1712Z (MH)
Martinair 639: (AMS-CUN, B-767), Position/w New
York, 1-30-06 @1500Z (MH)
Martinair 645: (AMS-MIA, B-767), Position/w New
York, 2-4-06 @1802Z (MH)
Martinair 903: (AMS-VRA, B-767), Position/w New
York, 2-4-06 @1648Z (MH)
Martinair 919: (AMS-PMV, B-767), Position/w New
York, 1-30-06 @1736Z (MH)
Reach 414: Position/w New York, 2-4-06 @ 1646Z (MH)
Reach 722J: Position/w New York, 2-1-06 @ 1446Z
Reach 8047: Position/w New York, 2-4-06 @ 1507Z (MH)
Snowbird 130: Position/w New York, 2-4-06 @ 1516Z (MH)
Starway 36, Position/w New York, 2-1-06 @ 1303Z
Swiss Air 64: (ZRH-MIA, A-330), Position/w New York,
2-4-06 @1719Z (MH)
UPS 213: (SDF-CGN, B-767), Position/w New York,
2-1-06 @ 1329Z
UPS 235: (EWR-STN, B-767), Selcal Check/w New York,
2-1-06 @ 1559Z
UPS 237: (PHL-EMA, B-767), Selcal Check/w New York,
2-1-06 @ 1504Z
Viper 96: ATC Clearance/w New York, 2-1-06 @ 1550Z
Virgin Atlantic 27: (LGW-MCO, B-747), Position/w New
York, [email protected] 1530Z (MH)
Virgin Atlantic 33: (LGW-?, B-747), Position/w New
York, 2-1-06 @1418Z
Virgin Atlantic 5: (LHR-MIA, A-340), Position/w New
York, 2-4-06 @1559Z (MH)
Air France 422 : CDG-BOG A-340) 1610 USB Position/w
New York. (28Jan06) (MH)
Air France 422: CDG-BOG. A-340) 1520 USB ATC
Clearance/w New York. (06Feb06)
Air France 460: CDG-CCS. B-747) Position/w New York.
(06Feb06) (MH)
Air France 488: CDG-SXM. A-340) 1502 USB Position/w
New York. (06Feb06) (MH)
Air France 608: ORY-CAY A-340) 1606 USB Postion/w
New York. (28Jan06) (MH)
Air France 620: (ORY-PTP, B-747) 1555 USB Position/w
New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
Air France 620: ORY-PTP B-747) 1636 USB Position/w
New York. (28Jan06) (MH)
Air France 90: CDG-MIA. B-747) 1429 USB Position/w
New York. (06Feb06) (MH)
Air Portugal 121 (LIS-CCS, A-310) 1613 USB
Position/w New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
Air Portugal 121: LIS-CCJ A-310) 1630 USB Position/w
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New York. (28Jan06) (MH)
Air Portugal 121: LIS-CCS. A-310) 1530 USB
Position/w New York. (06Feb06) (MH)
Alitalia 636: (MXP-MIA, B-777) 1542 ATC Clearance/w
New York. (16Feb06) (MH) 1542Z
Alitalia 666: MXP-CCS. B-767) 1457 USB ATC
Clearance/w New York. (06Feb06) (MH)
American 63: CDG-MIA. B-767) 1506 USB ATC
Clearance/w New York. (06Feb06) (MH)
American 69: MAD-MIA. B-767) 1411 USB Position/w New
York. (06Feb06) (MH)
Avianca 11: (MAD-BOG, B-767) 1834 USB ATC
Clearance/w New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
Avianca 15: (MAD-CLO, B-767) 1601 USB Position/w New
York. (16Feb06) (MH)
Avianca 15: MAD-CLO B-767) 1604 USB Position/w New
York. (28Jan06) (MH)
Britannia 463: MAN-PUJ. B-767) 1454 USB ATC
Clearance/w New York (06Feb06)
Britannia 756-A: 1638 USB Position/w New York.
(16Feb06) (MH)
British Airways 2037: (LGW-MCO, B-777) 1630 USB
Position/w New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
British Airways 2153: (LGW-BGI, B-777) 1827 USB
Position/w New York. (16Feb06) (MH) 1827Z
British Airways 2155: (LGW-BGI, B-777) 1606 USB
Position/w New York (16Feb06) (MH) 1606Z
British Airways 2157: LGW-ANU. B-777) 1459
Position/w New York. (06Feb06) (MH)
BWIA 901: (LHR-BGI) 1611 USB Position/w New York.
(16Feb06) (MH) 1611Z
BWIA 991: (MAN-BGI, A-340) 1621 USB ATC Clearance/w
New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
Condor 156: 1602 USB Position/w New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
Condor 164: 1716 USB Position/w New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
Condor 184: 1458 USB Position/w New York. (06Feb06) (MH)
Condor 50: 1510 USB Position/w New York. (06Feb06) (MH)
Continental 65: (LIS-EWR, B-757) 1614 USB Position/w New
York. (16Feb06) (MH)
Corsair 926:1644 USB Position/w New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
Expo 860: 1818 USB Position/w New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
Iberia 6123: MAD-MIA A-340) 1633 USB Position/w New
York. (28Jan06) (MH)
Iberia 6311: (MAD-GUA, A-340) 1643 USB Position/w
New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
Iberia 6403: (MAD-MEX, A-340) 1651 USB Position/w
New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
Iberia 6501: (MAD-SDQ, A-340) 1628 USB Position/w
New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
Iberia 6635: (MAD-UIO, A-340) 1646 USB Position/w
New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
Iberia 6635: MAD-UIO A-340) 1613 USB Position/w New
York. (28Jan06) (MH)
Iberia 6650: 1627 USB Position/w New York. (28Jan06) (MH)
Iberia 6703: MAD-CCS A-340) 1629 USB Position/w New
York. (28Jan06) (MH)
KLM 713: (AMS-PBM, B-747) 1810 USB Position/w New
York. (16Feb06) (MH) 1810Z
KLM 741: (AMS-BON, MD-11) 1544 USB Position/w New
York. (16Feb06) (MH)
KLM 785: (AMS-SXM, B-747) 1805 USB ATC Clearance/w
New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
LTU 400: (DUS-MBJ, A-330) 1556 USB Position/w New
York. (16Feb06) (MH)
LTU 8822: LEJ-PUJ. A-330) 1522 USB Position/w New
York. (06Feb06) (MH)
LTU 908: (DUS-RSW, A-330) 1552 USB ATC Clearance/w
New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
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Lufthansa 534: (FRA-CCS, A-340) 1714 USB Position/w
New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
Martinair 903: (AMS-VRA, B-767) 1633 USB Position/w
New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
Santa Barbara 1333: 1549 USB Position/w New York.
(16Feb06) (MH)
Santa Barbara 33: 1516 USB Position/w New York.
(28Jan06) (MH)
Starway 74: 1545 USB Position/w New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
Virgin Atlantic 29: (LGW-BGI, B-747) 1538 USB
Position/w New York. (16Feb06) (MH) 1538Z
Virgin Atlantic 29: LGW-BGI. B-747) 1435 USB
Position/w New York. (06Feb06)
Virgin Atlantic 33: (LGW-ANU, B-747) 1626 USB
Position/w New York. (16Feb06) (MH)
Air Finland 873: ATC Clearance/w New York, 1-29-06 @
1733Z (MH)
Air France 422: (CDG-BOG, A-340), ATC Clearance/w
New York, [email protected] 1520Z (MH)
Air France 422: (CDG-BOG, A-340), Position/w New
York, 1-28-06 @1610Z (MH)
Air France 460: (CDG-CCS, B-747), Position/w New
York, 1-28-06 @1840Z (MH)
Air France 460: (CDG-CCS, B-747), Position/w New
York, 2-6-06 @1444Z (MH)
Air France 488: (CDG-SXM, A-340), Position/w New
York, 1-29-06 @1735Z (MH)
Air France 488: (CDG-SXM, A-340), Position/w New
York, 2-6-06 @1502Z (MH)
Air France 488: (CDG-SXM, B-747), Position/w New
York, A-340),2-3-06 @ 1523Z (MH)
Air France 608: (ORY-?), Message Relay/w New York,
1-29-06 @ 1751Z (MH)
Air France 608: (ORY-CAY, A-340), Postion/w New
York, 1-28-06 @1606Z (MH)
Air France 608: Position/w New York, 2-3-06 @ 1654Z
(MH)
Air France 620: (ORY-PTP, B-747), Selcal Check/w New
York, [email protected] 1539Z (MH)
Air France 652: (ORY-FDF, B-747), ATC Clearance/w
New York,1-28-06 @ 1843Z (MH)
Air France 652: (ORY-FDF, B-747), ATC Clearance/w
New York,1-29-06 @ 1727Z (MH)
Air France 90: (CDG-MIA, B-747), Position/w New
York, 2-6-06 @1429Z (MH)
Air Portugal 121: (LIS-CCJ, A-310), Position/w New
York, 1-28-06 @1630Z (MH)
Air Portugal 121: (LIS-CCS, A-310), Position/w New
York, 2-6-06 @1530Z (MH)
Air Portugal: 121 (LIS-CCS, A-310), Position/w New
York, 1-29-06 @1643Z (MH)
Alitalia 666: (MXP-CCS, B-767), ATC Clearance/w New
York, 2-6-06 @1457Z (MH)
Alitalia 666: (MXP-CCS, B-767), Position/w New York,
1-29-06 @1708Z (MH)
Alitalia 666: (MXP-CCS, B-767), Position/w New York,
2-3-06 @1507Z (MH)
Alitalia 686: (FCO-CCS, B-767), Position/w New York,
1-28-06 @1813Z (MH)
American 63: (CDG-MIA, B-767), ATC Clearance/w New
York, 2-6-06 @1506Z (MH)
American 69: (MAD-MIA, B-767), Position/w New York,
2-6-06 @ 1411Z (MH)
Avianca 11: (MAD-BOG, B-767), Position/w New York,
1-28-06 @ 1819Z (MH)
Avianca 11: (MAD-BOG, B-767), Position/w New York,
2-3-06 @ 1756Z (MH)
Avianca 15: (MAD-CLO, B-767), Position/w New York,
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Britannia 463: (MAN-PUJ, B-767), ATC Clearance/w New
York, [email protected] 1454Z (MH)
Britannia 720: Position/w New York, 2-3-06 @ 1513Z(MH)
Britannia 740: Selcal Check/w New York, 2-3-06 @
1555Z (MH)
Britannia 798: Postion/w New York, 2-3-06 @ 1554Z(MH)
British Airways 2155: (LGW-BGI, B-777), Position/w
New York,1-28-06 @ 1844Z (MH)
British Airways 2155: (LGW-BGI, B-777), Position/w
New York,1-29-06 @ 1702Z (MH)
British Airways: 2157 (LGW-ANU, B-777), Position/w
New York,2-6-06 @ 1459Z (MH)
BWIA 901: (LHR-ANU, A-340), Positon/w New York,
2-3-06 @ 1603Z (MH)
BWIA 901: (LHR-BGI), Position/w New York, 1-28-06 @
1645Z (MH)
BWIA 901: (LHR-UVF), Position/w New York, 1-29-06 @
1619Z (MH)
BWIA 991: (MAN-BGI, A-340), Position/w New York,
1-28-06 @ 1708Z (MH)
Condor 110: Position/w New York, 2-3-06 @ 1848Z (MH)
Condor 184: Position/w New York, 2-6-06 @ 1458Z (MH)
Condor 50: Position/w New York, 2-6-06 @ 1510Z (MH)
Corsair 864: Position/w New York, 1-29-06 @ 1654Z (MH)
Corsair 924: ATC Clearance/w New York, 1-28-06 @
1803Z (MH)
Corsair 924: Position/w New York, 2-3-06 @ 1606Z
(MH)
Corsair 926: ATC Clearance/w New York, 1-28-06 @
1847Z (MH)
Cubana 481: ATC Clearance/w New York, 2-3-06 @ 1532Z
(MH)
Europa 71:13306: Martinair 619 (AMS-HAV, B-767),
Position/w New York, 2-4-06 @1406Z (MH)
Expo 852: Position/w New York, 2-3-06 @ 1641Z (MH)
Iberia 6123: (MAD-MIA, A-340), Position/w New York,
1-28-06 @1633Z (MH)
Iberia 6301: (MAD-SJO, A-340), Position/w New York,
2-3-06 @ 1711Z (MH)
Iberia 6501: (MAD-SDQ, A-340), Position/w New York,
2-3-06 @ 1634Z (MH)
Iberia 6501: (MAD-SDQ, B-747), Position/w New York,
1-28-06 @1910Z (MH)
Iberia 6523: (MAD-SJU, A-340), Position/w New York,
1-29-06 @1642Z (MH)
Iberia 6523: (MAD-SJU, A-340), Position/w New York,
2-3-06 @ 1731Z (MH)
Iberia 6635: (MAD-UIO, A-340), Position/w New York,
1-28-06 @1613Z (MH)
Iberia 6635: (MAD-UIO, A-340), Position/w New York,
2-3-06 @ 1628Z (MH)
Iberia 6650: Position/w New York, 1-28-06 @ 1627Z (MH)
Iberia 6651: (MAD-LIM), Position/w New York, 1-29-06
@ 1706Z (MH)
Iberia 6703: (MAD-CCS), Position/w New York, 1-29-06
@ 1704Z (MH)
Iberia 6703: (MAD-CCS, A-340), Position/w New York,
1-28-06 @1629Z (MH)
Iberia 6703: (MAD-CCS, A-340), Position/w New York,
2-3-06 @ 1635Z (MH)
Iberia 6741: (MAD-BOG, A-340), Position/w New York,
1-29-06 @1659Z (MH)
Iberia 6741: (MAD-BOG, A-340), Position/w New York, 2-3-06 @
1630Z (MH)
Jet Set 92: ATC Clearance/w New York, 2-3-06 @ 1838Z(MH)
LTU 8822: (LEJ-PUJ, A-330), Position/w New York,
2-6-06 @ 1522Z (MH)
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13354.0 Lufthansa 534: (FRA-CCS, A-340), Position/w New
York, 1-28-06 @1709Z (MH)
13354.0 Lufthansa 534: (FRA-CCS, A-340), Position/w New
York, 1-29-06 @1631Z (MH)
13354.0 N104AR: (ILG-NHT, Gulfstream), ATC Clearance/w New
York, 2-3-06 @1536Z (MH)
13354.0 N939QS: (?-MMU, Citation), Selcal Check, 2-3-06 @
1651Z (MH)
13354.0 N977CP: (Falcon), Position/w New York, 2-3-06 @
1759Z (MH)
13354.0 Red Comet 901: Position/w New York, 2-3-06 @ 1530Z
(MH)
13354.0 Santa Barbara 1335: Position/w New York, 2-3-06 @
1524Z (MH)
13354.0 Santa Barbara 133: Position/w New York, 1-29-06 @
1655Z (MH)
13354.0 Santa Barbara 33: Position/w New York, 1-28-06 @
1516Z (MH)
13354.0 Virgin Atlantic 29: (LGW-BGI, B-747), Position/w New
York, [email protected] 1435Z (MH)
13354.0 Virgin Atlantic 31: (LGW-UVF, B-747), Position/w New
York, [email protected] 1510Z (MH)
13354.0 Virgin Atlantic 77: (MAN-BGI, B-747), Position/w New
York, [email protected] 1807Z (MH)
13368
SPF219: Polish Army 1039 ALE/USB "TO:LCR154
TIS:SPF219" (29/Jan/06) (AA)
13406.4 unid: 1209 sitor-b encrypted tfc ends with 0UTBTZHF
UXSR+)./+=/4*719+++++ (similar tfc hrd before on
6.822,40/7746,40/9166,40)(15Feb06) (wp3)
13444
RDQP: FF Jibouti 1515 ARQ-E3/100/400 Idling
(20/01/01) (RH2)
13503.6 KWP95: Unid US DoS 1524 ALE/USB Sounding. (25Jan06) (RGA)
13528.1 A: Russian SLB Baku Azerbaijan 1333 CW Weak.
(12Feb06) (RGA)
13538
ZSJ: SAN Silvermine 1540 FAX/120/576 Sfc anal - not
on 7508 unusually. (20/01/01) (RH2)
13564.9 : UNID 1527 4-tone system 195.3/200 between the
tones. Probably British military. (17Feb06) (piri)
13564.9 : Unid Brit Mil? 0932 UNID 4-FSK/195.3/3*195
(31Jan06) (KB)
13564.9 : Unid OMFSK/195.5/-300 -100 0 +100 +300 Bearing
120° which is reasonable for the suspected Cyprus/Middle
East location. (29Jan06) (RGA)
13564.9 UNID: 1527 4-tone system 195.3 Shift 200Hz between
the tones. Probably English military(17FEB06) (piri)
13886
: Moscow Meteo 1500 FAX/120/576 Chart available on
http://swli05639fr.blogspot.com/ (22Jan06) (FC)
13907.0 705: USCG HC-130H 1705, CGAS Clearwater 1502 ALE/USB
sndg. (20/jan/06) (sw)
13907.0 717: USCG HC-130H 1717, CGAS Clearwater 1435 ALE/USB
clg LNT: USCG CAMSLANT Chesapeake, VA (30/jan/06) (sw)
13907.0 720: USCG HC-130H 1720, CGAS Clearwater 1456 ALE/USB
sndg. (20/jan/06) (sw)
13907.0 CRB: CBP Caribbean Regional Communications Node 1513
ALE/USB clg 717: USCG HC-130H 1717, CGAS Clearwater
(30/jan/06) (sw)
13907.0 CRB: CBP Caribbean Regional Communications Node 1513
ALE/USB clg D46 CBP P-3 AEW&C N146CS/BuNo 154605,
Jacksonville AMB, Fl (20/jan/06) (sw)
13907.0 LNT: USCG CAMSLANT Chesapeake, VA 1435 ALE/USB clg
717: USCG HC-130H 1717, CGAS Clearwater (30/jan/06) (sw)
13907.0 TSC: CBP Orlando, FL Customs National Law
Enforcement Communications Center 1502 ALE/USB clg 705 USCG
HC-130H 1705, CGAS Clearwater (20/jan/06) (sw)
13927
KING 55: Wkg Special Ops Control 2013 USB Reporting
position and mission status at 2031Z. This is on Air Force
Net frequency. MARS stations on net from region 1 (AFA1---).
(12Feb06) (BC)
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13927.1 AFA1WP: USAF MARS (AFA1WP) 1755z USB with Bandsaw
Lima (AWACS, Tinker AFB.(2006/02/15) (ALS)
13977.7 RFPTC: FF N'djamena TCD ARQ-E3 200BD 400Hz RC-8 RQ
No tfc (03feb06) (piri)
13977.7 RFPTC: FF N'djamena TCD ARQ-E3 200BD 400Hz RC-8 RQ
No tfc (03Feb06) (piri)
14100.3 : Unid 1358 RTTY/40.5/170 RTTY Station right on top
of 14.100 propagation beacon frequency here in York.
170/50 Might even be two stations transmitting.
(21Jan06) (JB)
14422.0 TRP: Alg-Mfa Tripoli 0927 ALE/USB clg MAE Algiers
(07/feb/06) (sw)
14450
: UNID 1433 CW Sending in groups of 3, keying "555".
Relatively strong signal 599. (02Feb06) (BC)
14487
: UNID 1439 USB? Female reading 5 number groups.
English accent. Signal strength 54.
(02Feb06) (BC)
14555.5 : Unid RUS? 1450 USB CROWD-36 calling and tfc. 10bd
ops tlks - RYRYRYRY RPT CFM NIL TKS GB SK (24jun06) (piri)
14555.5 Unid: RUS? 1450 USB CROWD-36 calling and tfc. 10bd
ops tlks RYRYRYRY RPT CFM NIL TKS GB SK (24jun06) (piri)
14631.7 : MFA Cairo EGY 1327 ARQ S/C OOVK Egyemb Jakarta
INS. Receiving Tfc and shut off with wfy aman bay bay
(17Feb06) (piri)
14631.7 MFA Cairo: EGY 1327 ARQ S/C OOVK Egyemb Jakarta INS.
ReceivingTfc and shut off with wfy aman bay bay
(17FEB06) (piri)
14682
2811: Unid 0240 CW Txt: ... 1: de 2811 ii qrk int k.
= = aaa = = aaa. 2: 2811 de 6k34. = = aaa t. = = aaa. aaa.
2811 2811 de 6k34 6k34 i qrk i k k. 1: r r r. 6k34 6k34 de
2811 2811 ii qrk int int iii. qrk 2 2 ii qi as kk. qrk 2 2
ii qrk 2 2 k. 2: r r r 6k34 6k34 ii qrk 2 2 aaa.
(15Feb06) (IB)
14731.0 172: Unid 1347 ALE/USB sndg. (09/feb/06) (sw)
14767
B02: US Army 1048 ALE/USB SND (21/Jan/06) (AA)
14767
D02: US Army 1200 ALE/USB "TO:B02 TIS:D02"
(21/Jan/06) (AA)
14767
D02: US Army 1251 ALE/USB "TO:H02 TIS:D02"
(21/Jan/06) (AA)
14767
D02: US Army 1303 ALE/USB "TO:F02 TIS:D02"
(21/Jan/06) (AA)
14767
D120: US Army 0742 ALE/USB SND (21/Jan/06) (AA)
14767
H42: US Army 0854 ALE/USB SND (21/Jan/06) (AA)
14767
M02: US Army 1130 ALE/USB SND (21/Jan/06) (AA)
14767
T02: US Arnt 0657 ALE/USB "TO:D120 TIS:T02"
(21/Jan/06) (AA)
14779.9 : UNID 1340 4-tone system 195.3/200 between the
tones. Probably British military (17feb06) (piri)
14779.9 UNID: 1340 4-tone system 195.3 Shift 200Hz between
the tones. Probably English military (17feb06) (piri)
14996
RWM: TIME SIGNAL STATION MOSCOW 1600 CW Beep beep cw
id VVV CQ CQ CQ DE RWM RWM ... (11Feb06) (FC)
15034
CHR: Trenton Volmet 1625 USB (03 Feb 06) (FC)
15034
CHR: TRENTON VOLMET CANADA 1620 USB INS-SUFF.
(13Feb06) (FC)
15034
CHR: Trenton, ON, Canada 1454 USB Weather reports.
Signals 59. (02Feb06) (BC)
15034
TRENTON MILITARY: Trenton AFB Canada 1244 USB id air
wx. (19Jan06) (bef)
15043
ADW: Andrews AFB MD USA 1215 ALE/USB Sounding.
(01Feb06) (RGA)
15043.0 UKE307: Gbr-Af E-3D Boeing Sentry AEW1 ZH107 RAF 8
Sqn/No23 Sqn Waddington c/s MAGIC 60 1330 ALE/USB and J3e
wkg Ops (Croughton) eta Waddington 1615z (26/jan/06) (sw)
15867.0 502: USCG HC-130H 1502, CGAS Elizabeth City, Va 1659
ALE/USB clg LNT USCG CAMSLANT Chesapeake, VA
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15867.0
15867.0
15867.0
15867.0
15867.0
15867.0
15867.0
15920
15987
16009.7
16009.7
16012.6
16014.2
16150
16150.0
16178.6
16178.6
16260
16260
16260.0
16278.6
16278.6
16285
16301.7
WUN-v12
(03/feb/06) (sw)
705: USCG HC-130H 1705, CGAS Clearwater 1307 ALE/USB
sndg. Also noted on 13907.0 (30/jan/06) (sw)
705: USCG HC-130H 1705, CGAS Clearwater 1443 ALE/USB
clg LNT: USCG CAMSLANT Chesapeake, VA (30/jan/06) (sw)
712: USCG HC-130H 1712, CGAS Clearwater 1456 ALE/USB
sndg. (26/jan/06) (sw)
720: USCG HC-130H 1720, CGAS Clearwater 1458 ALE/USB
sndg. (20/jan/06) (sw)
D23: CBP P-3B "Slick" N423SK/BuNo 153423, Corpus
Christi AMB, Tx 1558 ALE/USB sndg. (20/jan/06) (sw)
EST: CBP Eastern Regional Communications Node 1436
ALE/USB clg D46 (20/jan/06) (sw)
J19: USCG MH-60J 6019 CGAS Clearwater Fl 1437
ALE/USB sndg. (20/jan/06) (sw)
LNT: USCG CAMSLANT Chesapeake, VA 1443 ALE/USB clg
705: USCG HC-130H 1705, CGAS Clearwater (30/jan/06) (sw)
LNT: USCG CAMSLANT Chesapeake, VA 1510 ALE/USB clg
J34 USCG MH-60J 6034 CGAS Clearwater Fl (20/jan/06) (sw)
OPB: OPBAT (OPERATIONS BAHAMAS TURKS & CAICOS 1610
ALE/USB clg J13 USCG HH-60J 6013 CGAS Clearwater also noted
on 20890.0 and 13907.0 (20/jan/06) (sw)
T91: CBP PIPER PA-42-720R #N9091J, Jacksonville, FL
AMB 1452 ALE/USB sndg. Also noted on 13907.0
(20/jan/06) (sw)
TSC: CBP Orlando, FL Customs National Law
Enforcement Communications Center 1324 ALE/USB clg VY1
(unid) (30/jan/06) (sw)
CFH: CF Halifax CAN 1529 RTTY/75/850 naws de cfh zkr
fl 2822 3394 4155 6260 8303 12377 16576 22182
(20Jan06) (piri)
DDK7: DWD Pinneberg Germany 1235 RTTY/50/450 Meteo.
(19Jan06) (bef)
: UNID EGYDIPLO 1512 ARQ qrl plain Arab msg. shuts
off with aman alle bay bay (16FEB06) (piri)
UNID: EGYDIPLO 1512 ARQ qrl plain Arab msg. shuts
off with aman alle bay bay (16FEB06) (piri)
FDG: French Air Force Bordeaux 1616 RTTY/50/170
Bricks tests. (29Jan06) (RGA)
rfvi: FF Le Port 1339 arq-e3/100/386/8 vzczcrun491
oo rfqp de rfqp 8515 0351318 znr uuuuu controle de voie
#8515 nnnn (4Feb06)(wp3)
: UNID CHN 1552 USB/VOICE Chinese conversation.
Probable a Chinese Amba in Europa. No modems or ALE.
(07Feb06) (piri)
UNID: CHN 1552 USB/VOICE Chinese conversation.
Probable
a Chinese Amba in Europa. No modems or ALE.
(07FEB06) (piri)
7RQ20: MFA Alger ALG 1456 COQ-8/13.33 Baud F msg to
CQ (30Jan06) (piri)
7RQ20: MFA Alger ALG 1456 Coquelet 8 13.33 baud F
msg to CQ (30jan06) (piri)
P6Z: MFA Paris 0655 FEC-A/192/400 Call up string for
N2g/Sana- "N2G de P6Z bjr de qtc31 sur la pile 134 int QRV
gimi" - repeated for 20 mins! (21/01/01) (RH2)
P6Z: MFA Paris F 1405 FEC-A/192/400 ltrcde to N2G
Femba Sana'a YEM (24Jan06) (piri)
P6Z: MFA Paris F 1405 FEC-A 192Bd 400Hz ltrcde to
N2G Femba Sana'a YEM (24jan06) (piri)
7RQ20: MFA Alger ALG 1217 COQ-8 plain F msg to 7RV60
emb Belgrade. (17Feb06) (piri)
7RQ20: MFA Alger ALG 1217 COQUELET-8 plain F msg to
7RV60 emb Belgrade. (17FEB06) (piri)
TU4: Tunisian MOI/Military 1142 ALE/USB "TO:STAT151
TIS:TU4" (29/Jan/06) (AA)
MENGA: Unid Net. Wkg BALSA 1700 FEC "18546 74576
86758 71645 78684. snick de Mengs 20 QSL QRX imi K. mengs
20 de snick QRX 1700. balsa 15 de mengs 20 k. mengs 20 de
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16332.0
16335.0
16336.5
16345.0
16345.0
16710.5
16804.5
16804.5
16804.5
16804.5
16804.5
16804.5
16806.5
16806.5
16809.0
16810.5
16811
16811,5
16811.0
16811.5
16811.5
16811.5
16811.6
16812.5
16812.5
16812.5
16813
16813.0
16816.5
16816.5
WUN-v12
balsa 15 r k. de mengs 20 I see an aircraft approx. 152nm
dead ahead k. de balsa 15 I see it on the radar also .
lets? go check it out k. de mengs 20 k. Back up at 2123UTC.
(08Feb06) (EE)
D: Rus-N Odessa 1041 A1a Ch-Mkr (07/feb/06) (sw)
S: CISN BEACON ARKHANGELSK 1413 CW Single letter [S]
hf beacon (11/Feb)(DW)
C: CISN BEACON MOSCOW 1412 CW Single letter [C] hf
beacon (11/Feb)(DW)
C: Rus-N Moscow 1042 A1a Ch-Mkr (07/feb/06) (sw)
NKT: ALG MFA emb Nouakchott ALE/USB 12:45 TO MAE
(15Jan06) (MAL)
7RQ20: MFA Alger ALG 1126 Alcatel 8-tone modem var.
speed working Unid amba. (17FEB06) (piri)
OCP: Rom-Mfa Embassy? 1135 ALE/USB clg CENTR6
Bucharest (20/jan/06) (sw)
RS1: Bra-Af SAR Area Belem 1143 ALE/USB clg PR1
(20/jan/06) (sw)
---: SHIP UNID 1027 SITOR/A 100/E/170 Tfc (St
Valentines greetings) via Kaliningrad (14/Feb)(DW)
---: SHIP UNID 1246 DSC 100/E/170 MMSI 247095600.
Safety/test to Lyngby (12/Feb)(DW)
3ECE9: SHIP AMBER 1242 DSC 100/E/170 MMSI 355941000.
Safety/test to Rio de Janeiro (12/Feb)(DW)
C6003: SHIP ATLANTIC PRESTIGE 1247 DSC 100/E/170
MMSI309775000. Safety/Test to Lyngby (12/Feb)(DW)
Sydney, Australia: ACKing test req from unid
(416359000). 0212(13-Feb-2006) (MDM)
SZUX: Astro Corona (Greece) 1624 DSC RQs ECA6/MRCC
Madrid for safety test. (28Jan06) (RGA)
V2OO4: Valparaiso Express (Antigua/Barbuda) 1623 DSC
RQs NMA/MRCC Boston/Norfolk for safety check. Why do 304..
MMSIs never decode? (28Jan06) (RGA)
NMF: USCG BOSTON 1630 SITOR/B 100/E/170 Wx fcst
(18/Feb)(DW)
NMF: USCG Boston, Ma. US 1731 Fax 120/576 Wx map
(04/feb/06) (sw)
WLO: MOBILE RADIO 1445 CW Chan free marker "WLO"
(12/Feb)(DW)
UAT: MOSCOW RADIO 1355 CW MARK. (11Feb06) (FC)
CBV: Valparaiso Radio CHL 1550 CW CBV and torfree
burst (20Jan06) (piri)
A9M: BAHRAIN RADIO 1350 CW MARK. (11Feb06) (FC)
CBV: VALPARAISO RADIO 1241 CW Chan free marker "CBV"
(12/Feb)(DW)
A9M: BAHRAIN RADIO 1238 CW Chan free marker "de A9M
tlx" (12/Feb)(DW)
A9M: Hamala Radio BHR 1430 ARQ CW Call and sitor
bursts. (17Feb06) (piri)
A9M: Hamala Radio BHR 1430 MORSE Call and sitor
bursts. (17FEB06) (piri)
A9M: Hamala Radio Bahrain 1225 ARQ with cw id A9M
tlx. (19Jan06) (bef)
NRV: USCG Apra Harbour GUM 1113 ARQ CW Call and
torfree burst (17Feb06) (piri)
NRV: USCG Apra Harbour GUM 1113 MORSE Call and
torfree burst (17FEB06) (piri)
NRV: USCG GUAM 0942 SITOR/A 100/E/170 In irs mod
then "qsl AMV+ NMC 14-02-06 609" (NMC since remotely controlled
from Pt Reyes). Reverts to chan free marker "NRV"
in cw. (14/Feb)(DW)
UAT: Moscow Radio 1230 ARQ w/cw id de uat. (19Jan06) (bef)
UAT: MOSCOW RADIO 1446 CW Chan free marker "de UAT"
(12/Feb)(DW)
NMC: CAMSPAC Pt Reyes CA USA 0411 ARQ w/Morse
marker. (12Feb06) (GB)
NMC: USCG PT REYES 1736 CW Chan free marker "NMC"
(14/Feb)(DW)
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16819.5 NMN: CAMSLANT Chesapeake (Portsmouth) Va 1718 A1a
ch-mkr (04/feb/06) (sw)
16819.5 NMN: CAMSLANT Chesapeake VA USA 1626 ARQ w/Morse ID.
(29Jan06) (RGA)
16819.5 NMN: USCG CAMSLANT 1324 CW Chan free marker "NMN"
(14/Feb)(DW)
16819.5 NMN: USCG PORTSMOUTH 1407 CW MARK. (11Feb06) (FC)
16819.5 NMN: USCG Portsmouth USA 1232 ARQ CW Call and
torfree burst (17Feb06) (piri)
16819.5 NMN: USCG Portsmouth USA 1232 MORSE Call and torfree
burst (17FEB06) (piri)
16819.5 NMN: USCG Portsmouth VA USA 1336 ARQ w/Morse ID.
(22Jan06) (FC)
16820
IAR: ROME RADIO 1401 CW MARK. (11Feb06) (FC)
16820.0 IAR: ROME RADIO 0947 CW Chan free marker "IAR"
(14/Feb)(DW)
16821.0 VRX: HONG KONG RADIO 0948 CW chan free marker "VRX"
(14/Feb)(DW)
16830.5 SVO6: OLYMPIA RADIO 1300 SITOR/B 100/E/170 Shipress
in Greek (18/Feb)(DW)
16833.5 UIW: KALININGRAD RADIO 1024 SITOR/A 100/E/170 Tfc to
ship then into irs. Revert to Chan free marker "UIW" in cw
(14/Feb)(DW)
16879.9 XSQ: Guangzhou Radio CHN 1110 CW Call and torfree
burst (17Feb06) (piri)
16879.9 XSQ: Guangzhou Radio CHN 1110 MORSE Call and torfree
burst (17FEB06) (piri)
16880.0 XSQ: GUANGZHOU RADIO 1004 CW Chan free marker "XSQ"
(14/Feb)(DW)
16886.0 TAH: ISTANBUL RADIO 1343 CW Chan free marker "TAH"
(14/Feb)(DW)
16898.5 XSG: Shanghai Radio CHN 1106 CW Call and torfree
burst (17Feb06) (piri)
16898.5 XSG: Shanghai Radio CHN 1106 MORSE Call and torfree
burst (17FEB06) (piri)
16906.5 FUV: FF Jibouti 1541 RTTY/75/850 RY/ID/Le Brick
(20/01/01) (RH2)
16906.9 FUV: FN DJIBOUTI 1303 RTTY 75/N/850 Marker (poor
copy) (14/Feb)(DW)
16907.0 fuv: FN Djibouti 1255 rtty 75/760 nnnnvzczc eai mt
faaa de fuv (4Feb06) (wp3)
16910
HLJ: SEUL RADIO 0809 CW CQ CQ DE HLJ HLJ QSX 16MHZ.
(05-Feb-06) (FC)
16913.5 HEB27: GLN Bern radio 2020 CW + ARQ (19Jan06) (MAL)
16922.1 VTH: IN Mumbai IND 1101 RTTY 50Baud VTG5/7/9 RBSL
BNS RY/SG (17FEB06) (piri)
16922.1 VTH: IN Mumbai IND 1101 RTTY/50/850 VTG5/7/9 RBSL
BNS RY/SG (17Feb06) (piri)
16927
UIW: KALININGRAD RADIO 0804 CW CQ CQ DE UIW UIW QSS
8454/12877.5/16927 ANS 8363.5/12422.5/16677.5 K.
(05-Feb-06) (FC)
16951.5 6WW: FN DAKAR 1129 RTTY 75/N/850 Marker "FAAA de 6WW
testing RYs SGs figs "voyez vous le brick..." int zbz"
(14/Feb)(DW)
16951.5 6WW: FN Dakar SEN 1554 RTTY/75/850 FAAA DE 6WW
TESTING RY/SG 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 VOYEZ VOUS LE BRICK
GEANT... (20Jan06) (piri)
16951.5 6WW: French Navy Dakar Senegal 1629 RTTY/75/850
Bricks tests. (29Jan06) (RGA)
16961.5 FUF: FN FT DE FRANCE 1706 STANAG 4285 on usb. 300/L
ASCII 8N2. Marker "oo FAAA de RFLIE znr uuuuu zui testing
RYs SGs (15/Feb)(DW)
16976.0 PWX33: BN RIO DE JANEIRO 1847 RTTY 75/N/850 Marker
(poor copy) "PWZ33" "RYs SGs figs QBF". 1849z Switches to wx
fcst in Portuguese (14/Feb)(DW)
16986
CTP: NATO Lisbon POR 1601 RTTY/75/850 NAWS DE CTP
QSX 04 06 08 12 MHZ AR (20Jan06) (piri)
16986.0 CTP: PN LISBON 1141 RTTY 75/N/850 Marker "NAWS de
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17164.4
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17299:
17650.0
18183.4
18183.4
18238
18272.5
18272.5
18307
18307.0
18308
18308.0
18326.7
18326.7
18336.0
18336.0
18513.9
18513.9
18594.0
18594.0
18594.0
18594.0
18594.0
18594.0
18594.0
18788.9
18788.9
18788.9
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CTP qsx 04 06 08 12 mhz ar" (14/Feb)(DW)
XSG: SHANGHAI RADIO 1010 CW Chan free marker "XSG"
(14/Feb)(DW)
JJC: KYODO NEWS 1555 FAX (03 Feb 06) (FC)
AAA: Isr-Af Tel Aviv 1328 ALE/USB sndg.
(02/feb/06) (sw)
NMG: USCG NEW ORLEANS 1737 FAX 120/576/N/800
Satellite pix. Unscheduled transmission
(15/Feb)(DW)
URL: Ukr-Mms Sevastopol R 1446 A1a cq cq de url url
ans12458.5/16658.5/16669.5 pse k (14/feb/06) (sw)
Unid: 1331 Fax 120/576 surface analysis map (same
map as tx'd on 12790.0) (07/feb/06) (sw)
055: Unid 1043 ALE/USB sndg. (06/feb/06) (sw)
A4M: Muscat Radio OMA 1047 CW DE A4M (17Feb06) (piri)
A4M: Muscat Radio OMA 1047 MORSE DE A4M (17FEB06) (piri)
UFN: NOVOROSSIISK RADIO 1515 USB PHONE TFC.
(04-Feb-06) (FC)
China Radio International: CHN 2118 AM (19Jan06) (MAL)
---: MFA Algeria 1630 Coquelet-8 at 26.6 bd
radiograms to Emb. Tripoli, Addis Ababa, N'djamena, Abuja,
Brazzaville, and Ouagadougou, (06/02/06) (AJP)
MFA Algeria: 1630 Coquelet-8 at 26.6 bd radiograms
to Emb. Tripoli, Addis Ababa, N'djamena, Abuja, Brazzaville, and
Ouagadougou, (06/02/06) (AJP)
ZSJ: HydroSAN Silvermine 0740 FAX/120/576 Sfc Anal not on 7508/13538. (29/01/06) (RH2)
: UNID RUS 1033 CROWD-36/10 Baud Shuts off with TKS
GB SK (17Feb06) (piri)
UNID: RUS 1033 CROWD-36 10Baud Shuts off with TKS GB
SK (17FEB06) (piri)
TRIPOLI: UNID 1230 ALE/USB TO BALTAZAR (07Feb06) (piri)
TRIPOLI: UNID 1230 USB/ALE TO BALTAZAR (07FEB06) (piri)
RFGW: MOD Paris F 1332 FEC-A 192BD MSGS TO N2G
Sana'a (07Feb06) (piri)
RFGW: MOD Paris F 1332 FEC-A 192BD MSGS TO N2G
Sana'a (07FEB06) (piri)
: MFA Cairo EGY 1502 ARQ S/C TVVX - EMB Alger - HEXcode groups (07Feb06) (piri)
MFA Cairo: EGY 1502 ARQ S/C TVVX - EMB Alger - HEXcode groups (07FEB06) (piri)
055: Unid 1155 ALE/USB sndg. (28/jan/06) (sw)
586: Unid 1137 ALE/USB sndg. (28/jan/06) (sw)
OZU25: MFA Copenhagen DNK 1335 ARQ 200Hz shift
selcalling TPES,DNKemb Nairobi? No qso. They are still
there! (24jan06) (piri)
OZU25: MFA Copenhagen DNK 1335 ARQ/200 shift
selcalling TPES, DNKemb Nairobi? No qso. They are still
there! (24Jan06) (piri)
717: USCG HC-130H 1717, CGAS Clearwater 1448 ALE/USB
clg CRB: CBP Caribbean Regional Communications Node
(30/jan/06) (sw)
720: USCG HC-130H 1720, CGAS Clearwater 1634 ALE/USB
clg LNT USCG CAMSLANT Chesapeake, VA (20/jan/06) (sw)
EST: CBP Eastern Regional Communications Node 1429
ALE/USB clg D46 (20/jan/06) (sw)
J33: USCG HH-60J 6033 1516 ALE/USB sndg. (30/jan/06) (sw)
PNR400: OPBAT Georgetown Bahamas 1316 ALE/USB sndg.
(30/jan/06) (sw)
X93: US Army UH-60L tail # 94-26593 2-3rd AVN 1645
ALE/USB clg OPB OPBAT (OPERATIONS BAHAMAS TURKS & CAICOS
(23/jan/06) (sw)
X93: US Army UH-60L tail 94-26593 2-3rd AVN 1431
ALE/USB sndg. (30/jan/06) (sw)
: British mil CYP? 1038 4-TONE/200/195.3 (24Jan06) (piri)
: Unid Brit Mil? 0935 UNID 4-FSK/195.3/3*190
(31Jan06) (KB)
British mil CYP: 1038 4 tone 200Hz sep. 195.3Bd
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7R...: ALGEMB Kampala UGA 1048 COQ-8/13.3 bd msg to
MFA Alger (24Jan06) (piri)
7R: ...: ALGEMB Kampala UGA 1048 Coquelet-8 13.3 bd
msg to MFA Alger (24jan06) (piri)
055: Unid 1143 ALE/USB sndg. (28/jan/06) (sw)
: Unid 1102 UNID Like emission 19380.4 (19Jan06) (bef)
: Unid 1040 UNID Sending carrier and tone like EIA what is this ? (19Jan06) (bef)
055: Unid 1250 ALE/USB sndg. (28/jan/06) (sw)
AA1: Isr-Af 0940 ALE/USB clg M72 (09/feb/06) (sw)
PE1: Brazilian Army 1825 ALE/USB to BR1 (03/02/06) (AJP)
: Unid. British Military CYP? 1230 UNID/4-FSK
195.3/3*190 (29Jan06) (KB)
BKO: ALG MFA emb Bamako, Mali ALE/USB 15:16 TO MAE
(15Jan06) (MAL)
GAO: ALG MFA emb Gao, Mali ALE/USB 15:50 TO MAE
(15Jan06) (MAL)
NKT: ALG MFA emb Nouakchott ALE/USB 15:24 TO MAE
(15Jan06) (MAL)
C: Russian Beacon Moscow 1024 CW (19Jan06) (bef)
C: Russian Navy Beacon Moscow 1057 CW (24Jan06) (bef)
05 C: 1009 Russian cluster beacon letter "C" Moscou
5feb06 (CVS)
05 D: 1009 Russian cluster beacon letter "D" Odessa
5feb06 (CVS)
055: Unid 1253 ALE/USB sndg. (28/jan/06) (sw)
No Call: MFA Cairo? 1208 Sitor-ARQ 100Bd/170Hz clg
KKXB: EGY Emb.Kinshasa, answer in Fec-Mode:"WGZKPK HOKDS JG
CFUW 00191 00191 00191 00191" (21/JAN/06) (KK)
EKO: ALG MFA unid emb ALE/USB 13:19 TO MAE (15Jan06) (MAL)
69000012: USAF 1046 ALE/USB sndg. (28/jan/06) (sw)
ICZNPR: US HFGCS SIGONELLA 1548 MIL.STD 188-141A ALE
on usb. Sounding (04/Feb)(DW)
720: USCG HC-130H 1720, CGAS Clearwater 1457 ALE/USB
sndg. (20/jan/06) (sw)
D45: CBP P-3 AEW&C N145CS/BuNo 153299, Jacksonville
AMB, Fl 1358 ALE/USB sndg. (02/feb/06) (sw)
I00: CBP CESSNA 550 N1200N 1558 ALE/USB sndg.
(20/jan/06) (sw)
J13: USCG HH-60J 6013 CGAS Clearwater 1521 ALE/USB
sndg. (20/jan/06) (sw)
SVO7: OLYMPIA RADIO 1303 SITOR/B 100/E/170 Shipress
in Greek (18/Feb)(DW)
nmn: USCG Portsmouth, VA 1302 cw/marker (4Feb06) (wp3)
40307: Tur-Net? Unid 1102 ALE/USB clg 4040
(30/jan/06) (sw)
4923: Unid 1154 ALE/USB sndg. (28/jan/06) (sw)
8011: Tur-Net? Unid 1106 ALE/USB clg 8018
(30/jan/06) (sw)
8053: Tur-Net? Unid 1104 ALE/USB clg 8040
(30/jan/06) (sw)
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Edited by Bill Lawrie
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Ask Wun by Jim Dunnett
Digital Review by Day Watson
Nautical News by Sergey Kolesov
Numbers & Oddities by Ary Boender
Utility Round-up by Ary Boender
WUN Logs Column by Eddie Bellerby & TEAM LOGS
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ASK WUN
THE INFORMATION STATION FOR WUN MEMBERS
ASK YOUR QUESTIONS HERE AND READ
OCCASIONAL ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST
Jim Dunnett, Editor
[email protected]
March 2006
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This section is here to deal with requests for help and information
to and from WUN members. The column is for you to ask questions; to
locate others with similar interests (even non-HF like SatCom or VHF
aero); to locate or sell equipment; to ask about receiver problems, or
just to ask about anything.
I will also include items of general
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interest relating to the hobby from time to time, not necessarily
arising out of questions. If you have a question to ask then ask them
via this section. Send your requests to:- [email protected]
If you want to reply to an item, note the sender's address and
reply direct, or better still send the answer to this column. If
you have found utility-related material which you think may be of
interest to readers, then please let me know about them.
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Please not that I cannot take queries by mail, only by EMail. Should
there be no queries by EMail before the deadline, I shall pick up any
queries which may have been asked via the list-server or via the
forums.
If it's related to anything having to do with the radio hobby,
you need to ASK WUN. If it doesn't fit anywhere else...it fits here.
This column is here to provide a service to all WUN members to ask
"off topic" questions or offer radio related equipment for sale.
If the column is not supported/needed, it will disappear.
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John, NS5Z <[email protected]> asked:
There are several M-8000's on eBay. They are all low version
numbers 1.02, 20. etc. Is the upgrade to 7.5 available?
Also, does anyone know if Universal will service them.
Thanks,
John NS5Z
-- I think this one has been much more than adequately covered in the
list. However ...
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J.D. Stephens, the editor of WUN's QSL Column asked:
Back some years ago, there was a coastal station located on one of
the Kermadec Islands, a New Zealand dependency. Does anyone know if
it's still active? I cannot remember the callsign at the time, or
whether it was on Chatham Island, or Raoul Island.
If it's still active, does anyone have any frequency and schedule
information they can pass along?
-- This may have been done adequately on the list as well; if not let
John know.
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Robert Bennett, <[email protected]> asked:
Hello WUN
Does any WUN member have experience using the software RADIOREADERPRO by Av-Soft? The description on the Av-Soft WEB site seems too good
to be true.
If so, please share your experiences about the usefulness of the
software for utility monitoring. You may respond to me off list.
Thanks; Robert
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-- The website is at: http://voronuk.boom.ru/projects.html
but has
anyWUN tried the demo versions of this software? May have a go myself
when I get the time.
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David Pickard, <[email protected]> asks:
Dear Wunners,
I have a very capable Ham band only transceiver.
7-7.5MHz, 14-14.8MHz, 21-22MHz and the 10mtr band.
It covers 3-4MHz,
Is there a device that will give me general coverage receive?
The rig in question is a Kenwood/Trio TS120.
Regards, David.
-- I replied that I doubted it, but someWUN may know better.
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Seth,
<[email protected]> asked on 5 Mar 2006:
I stumbled across this whilst browsing,if you live US you might want
to take a look:
http://cgi.govliquidation.com/auction/view?id=804599&convertTo=USD
Anyone in UK looking to sell (or know where I can find) a good RX?
Not really interested in Ebay (have already been stung there :-(
)
Regards, Seth.
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Item for Sale:
------------William S. White,
<[email protected]>
For Sale:
The standard in HF data decoding. Hoka CODE-3 v5 with all options
(including Data Analysis Tools), LF 3 converter, and owners manual.
I am the original owner. This unit is working but sold AS IS. Close to
$800.00 invested asking for $300.00 OBO includes insured express USPS
delivery. CODE 3 review By Popular Communications at:
http://www.scancat.com/rvwpopc3.html
I also have the Hoka Code-3 GOLD with the shortwave option and the
LF 4 converter. This is the small converter that draws its power from
the PC, great for notebook computers. I am the second owner of this
unit. I did not get a manual and the original disk was damaged, this
is a working backup copy of the original disk. This unit is working
but sold AS IS. Asking $200.00 OBO includes insured express USPS
delivery. Read more about it here:
http://www.scancat.com/cod3gld.html
Both units are no longer in production but are still supported by
Hoka and may be used for a trade up to newer versions.
Bill
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Kal White, <[email protected]> asked on 12 Mar 2006:
I was wondering if anyone was aware of soft ware for the Icom 71A
receiver.
Many years ago I did have a program to run this great receiver, but
with XP it will run no longer.
-- This brought in a few replies, but I'm not sure if there was a
satisfactory outcome.
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Keep the queries coming!
73 de Jim (RGA)
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Items (which may be) of General Interest.
---------------------------------------Continuing with logging HFDL.
Last month I complained that I did not have a variety of HFDL messages
on hand. Slightly more this month.
Weather:
HACARS mode: 2 Aircraft reg: .A6-ERF
Message label: RA Block id: H [Uplink]
Message content:00Z 14015KT 3SM -SN OVC025 FM0000Z
14015KT 5SM -SN OVC020
FM0200Z 15015KT 3SM -SN
-PL OVC012
FM0400Z 15020KT 2SM -RA BR OVC008
RMK NXT FCST BY 12Z
Emirates A340, A6-ERF receives a weather report 00Z=timed 00Z
(midnight); 3SM=? -SN=? OVC=overcast; 020=20% ?; FM0200Z=from 0200UTC;
15015KT=wind direction 150 degrees at 15 knots; 3SM=cloud? ; with
similar parameters for 0400UTC. RMK NXT FCAST BY 12Z=Remarks: Next
forecast by 1200UTC. Note that the message does not state to what
airfield the forecast applies. Hopefully the aircraft crew do know
which.
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Operations messages:
[LPDU UNNUMBERED ACKED DATA FM AIR CES554 TO GND]
HACARS mode: 2 Aircraft reg: .B-6051
Message label: 17 Block id: 7 Msg. no: M31A Flight id: MU0554
Message content:ETA REPORT
DEP LFPG,DES ZSPD,ETA 0118,FOB 147120
Aircraft B-6051, an A340 of China Eastern sends an ops message via the
ground station: Reports leaving Paris/CdG bound for Shanghai/Pu Dong,
arriving at 0118. Fuel aboard 147,120 (litres? pounds?)
[LPDU UNNUMBERED ACKED DATA FM AIR 14 TO GND]
HACARS mode: 2 Aircraft reg: .ZS-SNE
Message label: 45 Block id: 6 Msg. no: M07A Flight id: SA0210
Message content:OFAJS
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HI ZUR ETA 2250Z
OPS NML NEXT CALL
TOD
South African Airways A340 ZS-SNE sends an Ops Normal message to Ops
Johannesburg (OFAJS): ZUR? Estimated time of arrival 2250UTC.
Operations Normal. Next call (when?) TOD (?)
Simple position report:
[MPDU 21:57:59 AIR LOGON SLOT 10 300 BPS ]
[LPDU LOG ON RESUME]
ICAO 020055
[HFNPDU FREQUENCY DATA]
21:58:40 UTC Flight ID = 751
LAT 33 22 25
N
LON 7 35 42
W
This is a straightforward position report.
The aircraft's callsign is not included, but we know from the lists
that ICAO 020055 is a Royal Air Maroc A321, CN-RNY, which is at
3322N 00736W (rounding the seconds of lat/long to minutes where
appropriate).
A Puzzle:
[LPDU UNNUMBERED ACKED DATA FM AIR TG0051 TO GND]
HACARS mode: 2 Aircraft reg: .HS-TNB
Message label: H1 Block id: 3 Msg. no: D13A Flight id: TG0051
Message content:#DFB*POS
03151807N5417W04412370265056801M5660548
This one is a puzzle. Can the position be 5180.7N 05417W ? The figures
after the W are probably performance data of some kind. The 031 at the
beginning?
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Enough for this month. Next month a word or two on squitters.
73 and good listening,
Jim (RGA)
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- Editor: Day Watson
- Nickname on chat channels
E-mail: [email protected]
DayW
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Hi digi WUNners
The menu
Met
Military
Canadian Forces METOC frequency change
Hamburg Met FAX on 15988
Stanag 4285 at Dakar
>>....Met.....>
::: Canadian Forces METOC frequency change
It was noted this month that the Canadian Force METOC service radiating
the FAX/RTTY broadcast from Halifax/CFH have effected a frequency change
from 10536 kHz to 9892 kHz.
What is causing a mystery is why 9892 kHz in the middle of a BROADCAST
band. ie 9500-9900 kHz [in the current 2004 Radio Regulations] is
apparently allocated exclusively to Broadcasting. However it's
interesting to note the sub note 5.147 which states:
"On condition that harmful interence is not caused to the broadcasting
service, frequencies in the bands 9775-9900 kHz, 11650-11700 kHz and
1197-12050 kHz may be used by stations in the fixed service communicating
only within the boundary of the country in which they are located, each
station using a total radiated power not exceeding 24 dBW."
10536 kHz is within a Fixed band.
::: Hamburg Met FAX on 15988
Daily FAX transmissions turned up recently on 15988 covering North
Atlantic, Scandanavia and Europe. Since this frequency has been used
previously by DWD (Deutscher Wetterdienst) on
DDK8
11638
DDK7
15988
for RTTY broadcast to the Research Vessel PolarStern is seems likely that
this FAX is from the same source.
>>....Military.....>
::: Stanag 4285 at Dakar
After a long wait (for upgrades in the ship-shore circuits) Stanag 4285
was eventually seen by Jim Dunnett (thanks Jim) coming from FN Dakar/6WW
on 12855U kHz with the typical French Navy 300bps/Long ITA2 5N2
characteristics. Having been noted a few times since then by WUNners it
seemed to have disappeared and returned to the old 75bd/850Hz RTTY
marker.
However 4285 mode had returned on 23rd, and later in the afternoon found
to be working a French warship on 12367U. This equates to the old 12369
kHz 75bd/850Hz F1b working channel. As before KG84 encryption was in use
by the ship.
The marker stream by French Navy shore stations is continuous when idling
on the station marker. It stops on receipt of a call from a warship
and periodically sends it's acknowledgements etc in short bursts.
Typical burst giving (repeated) QSL:
[18:59:26 UTC] FG FG FG FG
[18:59:26 UTC] DE DE DE DE
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[18:59:27 UTC] 6WW 6WW 6WW
[18:59:27 UTC] QSL O R 231609Z MAR 06
[18:59:28 UTC] QSL O R 231609Z MAR 06
[18:59:29 UTC] QSL O R 231609Z MAR 06
[18:59:30
[18:59:30
[18:59:32
[18:59:32
[18:59:33
UTC]
UTC]
UTC]
UTC]
UTC]
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK
FG FG FG FG
DE DE DE DE
6WW 6WW 6WW
[18:59:33 UTC] QSL O R 231609Z MAR 06
[18:59:34 UTC] QSL O R 231609Z MAR 06
[18:59:35 UTC] QSL O R 231609Z MAR 06
Typical (repeated) signoff burst:
[19:11:48 UTC] FG FG FG FG
[19:11:48 UTC] DE DE DE DE
[19:11:49 UTC] 6WW 6WW 6WW
[19:11:49 UTC] OK BIEN VU
[19:11:49 UTC] SU ET A BIENTOT
[19:11:50
[19:11:51
[19:11:52
[19:11:53
[19:11:53
UTC]
UTC]
UTC]
UTC]
UTC]
AR AR ARIBOHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
FG FG FG FG
DE DE DE DE
6WW 6WW 6WW
[19:11:54 UTC] OK BIEN VU
[19:11:54 UTC] SU ET A BIENTOT
[19:11:55 UTC] AR AR ARIBOHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
6WW reverts to station idler:
[19:12:48
[19:12:56
[19:12:56
[19:12:58
[19:12:59
[19:13:00
WHARF
[19:13:01
[19:13:02
[19:13:03
[19:13:04
UTC]
UTC]
UTC]
UTC]
UTC]
UTC]
FAAA FAAA DE 6WW6WW6WW
TESTING TESTING
RYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRY
SGSGSGSGSGSGSGSGSGSGSGSSGSGSGSGSGSGSGSGSGSGSGS
0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
VOYEZ VOUS LE BRICK GEANT QUE J EXAMINE PRES DU GRAND
UTC]
UTC]
UTC]
UTC]
INT ZBZ
K
FAAA FAAA DE 6WW6WW6WW
TESTING TESTING
>>....Signoff.....>
With the time change - a change in monitoring outlooks.
Regards
Day
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N A U T I C A L
N E W S
by Sergey Kolesov
[email protected]
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Hello WUNers,
Let me start from correction to February edition of the Nautical News.
Correction came from the USCG:
Official position of USCG CAMSLANT is that the NMM was not intended to
be used for reference to weather products from the Savannah transmitter.
The identifier has been changed and in future publications will use the
NME identifier to match the "E" used on NAVTEX broadcasts.
Below is information from recent Admirality Notices to Mariners.
Information from this source is going to be published in the column
regularly since it accumulates changes in nautical trasnmissions done by
national administrations around the globe.
*** ANTARCTICA ***
BAHIA FILDES (CHILE)
Time
Frequency
Mode
0150, 1350
2738
SSB
1400, 2200
6439
Radio-telex
NOTE: After prior announcement on 2182 kHz.
Chilean Notice 108/2005 (HH080/026/08 - E30) 51/05
*** BURMA (MYANMAR) ***
YANGON (XYR)
Service Transmits
Receives
SSB
460, 500
500
ITU (HH080/018/12 - E13) 51/05
Time of Watch
H24
*** CANARIAS, ISLAS ***
LAS PALMAS (CCR)
Arecife
2182
2181
H24
1644
2069
2586
3231
L. Palmas
2182
2181
H24
1689
2114
2820
3290
Tenerife
2181
2182
H24
Telefonica de Espana (HH080/008/09 - E34) 51/05
NAVTEX
Las Palmas
ID
Frequency
Times
I
518
0120, 0520, 0920, 1320, 1720, 2120
A
490
0000, 0400, 0800, 1200, 1600, 2000
CNCS Madrid (HH080/008/09 - E37) 1 & 2/06
*** CHILE ***
MAGALLANES ZONAL RADIO
Time
Frequency
Mode
0035, 1235
2738
SSB
0035, 1235
4146
SSB
Chilean Notice 108/2005 (HH 080/026/08 - E30) 51/05
*** FALKLANDS ISLANDS ***
FALKLAND ISLANDS RESCUE ACO-ORDINATIONA CENTRE (FIRCC)
SSB
2182
2182
H24
SSB
4066.1 4066.1 On request
Falkland Islands Fishiries Department (HH080/027/10 - E35) 51/05
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*** IRELAND ***
Malin Head
1677 kHz SSB
Valentia
1752 kHz SSB
MCA November 2005
*** ITALY ***
Roma (IAR)
SSB (HF)
Transmits
Receives
Hours of Watch
4417
4125
H24
6516
6215
H24
8779
8255
H24
8809
8285
On request
13137
12290
H24
17281
16339
0500-2100
17287
16405
0500-1700
17302
16420
H24
19770
18795
H24
22699
22203
0500-2100
22756
22060
H24
26172
25097
H24
Traffic list is transmitted at 0000, 0600, 1200, 1800 on 8809, 17281,
17287 and 22699 kHz.
Radiotelex
4210.5
4172.5
4216.5
4179
H24
8418
8378
H24
8426
8386
H24
12602.5
12500
H24
16820
16697
H24
22398
22306
0800-1700
(Admiralty NTM 50-2005)
*** NAMIBIA ***
WALVIS BAY
SSB
Walvis Bay
1764
2108
2182
2182
H24
2606
2057
H24
2783
2923, 2045
Luderitz
2182
2182
H24
2717, 2783
2045
2783
2033
Traffic lists: 1764 kHz: 0935, 1235, 1635
4125
4125
H24
4357
4125
H24
4357
4065
4384
4092
H24
4417
4125
H24
6501
6200
H24
6504
6203
8719
8195
Traffic lists: 4357, 8719 kHz: 0935, 1235, 1635
ITU Supplement No. 2 2005 (HH080/013/09 - E40) 3/06
*** NORWAY ***
Bodo
Public Correspondance
SSB
Andenes
1621.5
2177
2156.5
2189.5
H24
H24
1659
1803
2084
H24
2406
Pagina 210
dist. & saf. tfc
WUN-v12
2182
2182
H24
2660
3274
Bjornoya
1722
2066
H24
2182
2182
H24
Bodo
1770
2114
H24
2182
2182
H24
Jan Mayen
1743
2087
H24
2182
2182
H24
Sandnessjoen
1710
2135
H24
2182
2182
H24
Svalbard (Isfjord)
1731
2075
H24
3645
2541
2182
2182
H24
4357
4065
H24
Maritime Safety Info+traffic lists: 1659, 1722, 1770, 1743, 1710, 1731,
4357 kHz: 0233, 0633, 1033, 1433, 1833, 2233.
Floro
Public Correspondance
1621.5 2156.5 H24
2177
2189.5 H24
Floro Radio
1680
2105
H24
2182
2182
H24
2649
3217
3645
2466
Orlandet Radio
1782
2126
H24
2182
2182
H24
2635
3200
3628
2463
Traffic lists: 1680, 1782 kHz: 0233, 0633, 1033, 1433, 1833, 2233.
Rogaland
Public Correspondance
1621.5 2156.5 H24
2177
2189.5 H24
Bergen
1728
2072
H24
2182
2182
H24
2667
3277
3631
2449
Farsund
1671
2096
1785
2129
H24
2182
2182
H24
2676
3214
Vigre
1692
2117
H24
1725
2069
2182
2182
H24
2656
3219
Maritime Safety Info + Traffic lists: 1728, 1785, 1692 kHz: 0233, 0633,
1033, 1433, 1833, 2233
Tjome
Public Correspondance
1621.5 2156.5 H24
2177
2189.5 H24
Tjome
1665
2090
H24
2182
2182
H24
Maritime Safety Info + traffic lists: 1665 kHz: 0233, 0633, 1033, 1433,
1833, 2233
Vardo
Public Correspondance
Berlevag
Hammerfest
Tromso
Vardo
1621.5
2177
1695
2182
1635
2182
2695
3652
2182
1713
2182
2156.5 H24
2189.5 H24
2120
H24
2182
H24
2060
H24
2182
H24
3168
2442
2182
H24
2138
H24
2182
H24
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2642
3203
3631
2449
Maritime Safety Info + traffic lists: 1695, 1635, 1713 kHz: 0233, 0633,
1033, 1433, 1833, 2233
Telenor Telecom Solutions AS (HH080/006/09 - E6) 3/06
*** SPAIN ***
MADRID (CCR)
SSB
8728
8204
0700-2300
8746
8222
2100-2300
13077
12230
0700-2300
13104
12257
On request
13176
12329
2100-2300
17329
16447
1800-2200
17350
16468
0700-2200
17356
16474
On request
19755
18780
0700-1100
22780
22084
0600-2100
Traffic lists: On working freq. in use at the time: 0603, 1003, 1403,
1803, 2203.
BILBAO (CCR)
SSB
Machichaco
Cabo Penas
CORUNA (CCR)
SSB
Coruna
Finistere
MALAGA (CCR)
SSB
Chipiona
Tarifa
1707
2182
1677
2182
2132
2182
2102
2182
H24
H24
H24
H24
1698
2182
1764
2182
2123
2182
2108
2182
H24
H24
H24
H24
1656
2182
1704
2182
2081
2182
2129
2182
H24
H24
H24
H24
VALENCIA (CCR)
SSB
Palma
1755
2099
H24
2182
2182
H24
Cabo Gata
1767
2111
H24
2182
2182
H24
NOTE: DSC MF 2187.5 kHz locations: Bagur, Cabo Gata, Cabo La Nao, Palma
ITU Supplement No. 3 2005 & Telefonica de Espana (HH080/008/09 - E36
52/05
NAVTEX
ID
Position
Frequency
Times
D
Coruna
518
0030,0430,0830,1230,1630,2030
G
Tarifa
518
0100,0500,0900,1300,1700,2100
X
Cabo de la Nao 518
0350,0750,1150,1550,1950, 2350
W
Coruna
490
0340,0740,1140,1540,1940,2340
T
Tarifa
490
0310,0710,1110,1510,1910,2310
M
Cabo de la Nao 490
0200,0600,1000,1400,1800,2200
CNCS Madrid (HH080/008/09 - E37) 1& 2/06
*** USA ***
Pagina 212
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Right Whale Mandatory Ship Reporting System
All commercial ships of 300 gross tons or greater are requested to
report in when they enter either of two designated right whale reporting
areas along the U.S. East Coast. For further information on reporting
procedures please consult web site at:
http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/prot_res/PR2/Conservation_and_Recovery_Program/
msr/msrhome.html
Message Format
Paragraph
System Name
M
A
B
E
F
H
I
L
Function
Area Identifier
INMARSAT No.
Ship
Date, time and month of
Information Required
Reporting system area name
9-digit vessel's INMARSAT number
Vessel name and call sign
report 6-digit group giving day
of month and time, single letter
indicating time zone, month
True course
3F group indicating true course
Speed in knots
3-digit group
Date, time, and point of entry Date and time as above,
lat. and long.
Destination and ETA
Name of port and arrival time as
above
Route information and speed
Route expressed by
rhumbline (RL) or waypoimt (WP).
Example of report
WHALESOUTH//
M/444444444//
A/TRADEPOORT/PHAZ//
B/270810Z MAR/
E/250//
F/13.0//
H/270810ZMAR/3020N/08050W//
I/JACKSONVILLE/271215Z MAR//
L/RL/13.0//
There are two systems:
1. WHALESOUTH (operates 15 Nov. to 16 Apr.)
2. WHALESNORTH (operates year round)
Vessels unable to use satellite communications equipment should contact
the U.S. Coast Guard Communication Area Master Station, Chesapeake, VA
via SITOR/NBDP on 8426.3 kHz, 12590.8 kHz, 16817.8 kHz 24 hrs per day,
or 6314.3 kHz from 2300 GMT until 1100 GMT and 22387.8 kHz from 1100 GMT
until 2300 GMT. Vessels unable to use satellite communications or SITOR/
NBDP should contact the U.S. Coast Guard Communication Area Master
Station Chesapeake VA via published radio voice frequencies 6200.0 or
8240.0.
-----------------
NUMBERS & ODDITIES
the Spooks Newsletter
edition #105, March 2006
________________________________________________________________________
Editor: Ary Boender ([email protected])
NUMBERS & ODDITIES website: http://home.luna.nl/~ary
ONLINE DATABASE: Chris Smolinski ([email protected])
http://www.spynumbers.com/numbersDB/
________________________________________________________________________
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Hi and welcome to the 105th edition of N&O. Besides the usual sections
the newsletter edition will also include a Logs Section and an
intelligence profile of Belarus.
Fritz, kpY2, Sferix, Mike, Bob, Francesco, Tony, Peter, Jim, Jochen,
Markus, Al, Mark, Igor and Ian contributed to this edition of N&O.
Thanks gents!
Our friend Fritz has launched his new website. You will find a lot of
info about Russian/CIS military stations and other interesting stuff
there. http://www.astrosol.ch
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0Last month's ENIGMA crypto quiz was a bit too difficult, I guess. Only
one good answer landed in my mailbox. Congrats Yer! You've won the book.
This was the code to break:
AMVYG PJJYT REPVR KGEYY RYYQG TMWRF QABLG FVUUB SBFWU ZUFMH VXPBP SGECI
If you had used the following settings for the ENIGMA simulator, you
would have cracked the code.
1) Rotor settings:
I have used the 3 standard rotors and did not change their settings.
2) Reflector settings: C.
3) Ring settings: I did not change the inner ring settings.
4) Start position of the rotors (Grundstellung): WUN
5) Plug settings:
The 1st plug is the ENIGMA designator for one of the English speaking
numbers stations: E5
The 2nd plug is the designator of a German speaking station: G7
The 3rd plug is the designator of a morse station: M13
The 4th plug is the designator of a Slavic station: S10
The 5th plug is the designator of a Chinese station: V22
The decoded text reads:
THISI SANEN IGMAC HALLE NGEFO RWUNS SPOOK SCOLU MNNUM BERSA NDODD ITIES
This is an Enigma challenge for WUN's spooks column Numbers and Oddities
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* VOICE STATIONS *
:::
E03
Lincolnshire Poacher idents; compiled by Al.
1st half of the month.
UTC
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
UTC
------------------------------------------------------------------1200
06040
06040
06040
06040
06040
06040
06040
1200
1300
92807
92807
92807
92807
92807
92807
92807
1300
1400
31234
50590
74440
86403
06040
54943
19624
1400
1500
19624
31234
50590
74440
86403
06040
90110
1500
1600
90110
19624
31234
50590
74440
86403
54943
1600
1700
54943
90110
19624
31234
50590
74440
06040
1700
1800
06040
54943
90110
19624
31234
50590
86403
1800
1900
86403
92807
54943
92807
19624
31234
92807
1900
2000
92807
06040
92807
90110
92807
19624
74440
2000
2100
74440
86403
06040
54943
90110
92807
50590
2100
2200
50590
74440
86403
06040
54943
90110
31234
2200
2nd half of the month.
UTC
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
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Sat
Sun
UTC
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------------------------------------------------------------------1200
13173
13173
13173
13173
13173
13173
13173
1200
1300
04768
04768
04768
04768
04768
04768
04768
1300
1400
64437
59190
75419
14147
13173
52149
68370
1400
1500
68370
64437
59190
75419
14147
13173
32232
1500
1600
32232
68370
64437
59190
75419
14147
52149
1600
1700
52149
32232
68370
64437
59190
75419
13173
1700
1800
13173
52149
32232
68370
64437
59190
14147
1800
1900
14147
04768
52149
04768
68370
64437
04768
1900
2000
04768
13173
04768
32232
04768
68370
75419
2000
2100
75419
14147
13173
52149
32232
04768
59190
2100
2200
59190
75419
14147
13173
52149
32232
64437
2200
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: E10
Several strings and oddities logged in March:
5230
5230
3270//5230
3273//5339
3360//5170
4418
3640//4648
4461
5435
kHz,
kHz,
kHz,
kHz,
kHz,
kHz,
kHz,
kHz,
kHz,
05-3,
06-3,
10-3,
15-3,
19-3,
20-3,
20-3,
20-3,
22-3,
2100
1505
1630
1810
1655
1750
1800
2132
2005
UTC:
UTC:
UTC:
UTC:
UTC:
UTC:
UTC:
UTC:
UTC:
MIW A9B10C9
MIW A10B11C10
MIW A85Z200930B23Z200900C43Z200900
KPA G1O2O3D4N5I6G7H8T
VLB A1Z2B8Z2
FDUM
SYN A1ZZ2B132
YHF2 and FTJ mixed transmission
JSR and ART mixed transmission
The strings were transmitted for hours, except for FDUM.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: S13
I finally heard the Russian counting station again. Long time, no see
guys! Freq: 7000 kHz, 17-3 at 0600 UTC.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: S21
Mike sent us a transcript of a S21 transmission sent on 14-3 at 1846
UTC on 4454 kHz.
638 371/30
22892 19044 17044 78399 79998 99931 94850 13766 32583 43843
88638 47885 91444 58338 95466 60046 64353 26585 93988 49108
83224 41854 39179 38568 92678 50920 19062 29801 35224 41941
antioc 371 30 000
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: V13
Like last month, we several logs of New Star on 8300 kHz. No trace of
transmissions on the other frequencies.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: V22
Beijing was calling on 8375 kHz. Copied on various days and times.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* MORSE STATIONS *
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::: MX
Cluster beacons:
D
P
S
C
A
F
K
M
-
7038.7
not heard
4557.9, 5153.9, 7038.9
4558, 5154, 7039, 8495, 10872, 13528, 16332
4558.1, 7039.1
7039.2
7029.3
7039.4
Channel markers:
L - 3203.8 kHz
P - 3291, 3837 kHz
R - 4325.9, 5465.9 kHz
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M13
Mark sent us two transcripts of the M13 transmissions on 1 and 3 March.
He writes: "Recovered new freq for M13 "474" at 2330z of 6383 kHz. The
following is a copy of "474" message."
474 (R5) BT
55018 40416
63026 09166
11203 22294
59268 17759
474 (R1) BT
55018 40416
63026 09166
11203 22294
59268 17759
0 0 0
258 19 BT
42102 12868
57574 31568
63428 49769
30982 08288
258 19 BT
42102 12868
57574 31568
63428 49769
30982 08288
59771
17108
52643
BT
59771
17108
52643
BT
On 3 March Mike copied M13on 8183 kHz at 2245 UTC as follows:
757 (R5) BT
58870 00341
06197 05775
26709 19721
01382 40161
20574 BT
757 (R1) BT
58870 00341
06197 05775
26709 19721
01382 40161
20574 BT
0 0 0
283 21 BT
58921 40341
18957 57389
16243 46956
46260 12890
23063
04890
09472
54922
283 21 BT
58921 40341
18957 57389
16243 46956
46260 12890
23063
04890
09472
54922
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M21
The Russian Air Defense stations were on 3259.5, 3289, 3314 and 4391 kHz.
All with id "0". They sent the usual strings:
= 992326??0?????
= 992327??0?????
= 992220??T?????
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M31
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The French military were once very active with CW stations. Only a few
survived.
4015 kHz: FDG, French Air Force Bordeaux
VVV DE FDG FDG FDG AR
5023 kHz: FDI8, French Air Force Nice
VVV DE FDI8 FDI8 FDI8 AR
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M50
I haven't seen this one for a while. Thanks for the tip, Fritz.
7722 kHz, 10-3, 1510 UTC: 587 R4 642 642 50 50 = = 5FGs rptd
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M76
Several nice M76 catches from Fritz. All logged on 3280 kHz.
12-3, 1750 UTC: i.p. .... de J2F9 QTC 519 29 = 26310 ...
= 518 29 = 40545... = 517 29 = 40545...
QSA 1 QRM
13-3, 1750 UTC: 5SNC de SJRP QTC ??1 17 = 26310 15114 90080
30163 .... QSA 0/1 QRM
17-3, 0500 UTC: MAKW de R5TÜ qtc 531
529
528
525
19-3, 1750 UTC: 5DY3 de 6MNO QTC
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
24 = 26310 ....
9 = 40545 ....
9 = 40545 ....
103 = .... ??
544
541
540
539
538
535
534
???
29 = 26310 ...
36 = 40545 ...
39 = 40545 ...
31 = 40545 ...
38 = 40545 ...
27 = 40545 ...
41 = 40545 ...
103= 40545 ... QSA0/1
............
Became very faint, hope QRAs are correct, stopped copying here.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: M89
The Chinese military stations were not often reported in the past few
months. But, it is different this month. I received a number of logs
of 4 different stations on 11 frequencies.
V
V
V
v
CP17
B7TZ
T3AP
GKVZ
CP17
B7TZ
T3AP
GKVZ
CP17
B7TZ
T3AP
GKVZ
DE
DE
DE
DE
L9CC
8PNX
QF3K
Q7NW
L9CC
8PNX
QF3K
Q7NW
on
on
on
on
7030, 7036, 7064, 7082 kHz
3846, 4928, 8038 kHz
3399 kHz
3298, 4670, 6667 kHz
Pseudo M89 station NYZ was active on its usual freqs 4860 and 6840 kHz
with VVV Q2M de NYZ.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* VARIOUS MODES *
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::: X06 / M42
10814 kHz, 01-3, 1356 UTC: Mazielka call (Jochen via E2K)
11417 kHz, 11-3, 1323 UTC: Dept of State Comms. Mode: ITA2/200/500
Auto broadcast 17+5 grouped figures
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* UNID STATIONS *
Igor sent us a log of an unid station, probably Chinese. Freq 8391 kHz,
sending the letter "O" for a while followed by a burst of Chinese MFSK-4
(500 Hz spacing 100 Baud)
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0* MILITARY STATIONS *
::: RUSSIAN, UKRAINIAN & CIS MILITARY SSB & CW STATIONS
18.1
2011
3348
3590
3614
3658
3714
3832
4051
4379
5085
5157
6981
7018
7044
7056
7098
7696
8646
11102
Russian mil hq Moscow. Strategic flash message to RDL.
"u u xxx xxx rdl rdl 33245 98858 malena 9653 3881 k"
"rdl rdl rdl tt559 235t6 tt559 235t6 tt559 235t6 k"
CIS Mil: "K7CP de B9G3 ZJY ZLF ZWW QYT4 QSU6 K"
Russian Mil: K9N5
CIS Mil: "PB7O 776 60 22 2_00 776 = RFRFF OyUKQ UNQOL ..."
Ukrainian Mil: "6FN7 = 050 63 14 2210 050 K"
CIS Mil: "6SLU de 6MXF ZLS ZZJ ZHV ZGM ZZL ZGF QYT5 K"
Russian Mil: flash msg ïn Russian (male op) "This is radio
station <unreadable>-93 (2x) 31195 barbadocetc 4700 9210
31195 barbadocetc 4700 9210"
QSX of 4051 kHz
Ukranian Mil: QVK6 msg to GOKR who responds on 3832 kHz.
Russian Air Force Moscow: REA4 //5157 & 8646 kHz.
Russian Mil: RIJ-78 clg UYG-45, RJR-99, RJV-21, UZJ-82, UZD-76.
Callsigns sent as Roman Ivan Ivan Kratkij, Uliyana Ery Georgij,
Uliyana Zinaida Dmitrij etc ...
Russian Air Force Moscow: REA4 //4379 & 8646 kHz.
Russian Mil: "ZAV4 OK QRJ NO QYT6 K. ZAV4 OK ZQK ZBF ZBU QYT6 K.
ZAV4 OK QTA ZQK ZBF ZBU QYT6 K. NL5O de LX1C K. 2GJC K.
Russian Air Force Moscow: REA4
Russian Air Force Moscow: REA4
Russian Mil: 6EWJ, NDO4, ZL4Y, IVMO, NR9R, M8A4, D8DK, G6W9,
MDBS, LNNO, 1DMR, OBSJ
Russian Mil: "VVV de LBDO"
Russian Air Force: RFJ94 clg RCH84
Russian Air Force Moscow: REA4 //4379 & 5157 kHz.
Russian navy: RDL. "uuuuuuuuuu rdl rdl rdl 76074 51804 76074
51804 76074 51804 k", "uuuuuuuuuu rdl rdl rdl 00481 76702 00481
76702 00481 76702 k"
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: POLISH MILITARY SSB & CW STATIONS
2806.5 Polish Mil: Rabarbar 33, Teatr 41. USB/Voice net with 5fg msgs
18261.0 Polish Mil: LCR154.
<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>
::: GERMAN NAVY
All ships were working with DHJ59.
4152.5 DRFS: FGS Überherrn
DRFJ: FGS Passau M1096
DRAQ: FGS Bremen F207
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4356.5 DRDA: FGS U31 S181
DRFP: FGS Herten M1099
6777.2 DRAQ:
DRDS:
DRAA:
DRMV:
DRFP:
DRDQ:
FGS
FGS
FGS
FGS
FGS
FGS
Bremen F207
U25 S174
Sachsen F219
Muehlhausen
Herten M1099
U23 S172
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-
* CRYPTO *
BBC News reports that three German ciphers are finally being cracked
with the help of thousands of home computers. The codes resisted the best
efforts of the celebrated Allied cryptographers based at Bletchley Park
during the war.
The three unsolved Enigma intercepts were published in a cryptography
journal in 1995 and have intrigued enthusiasts ever since. Although
assumed to have little historical significance, they are thought to be
among just a handful of German naval ciphers in existence still to be
decoded.
The latest attempt to crack the codes was kick-started by Stefan Krah,
a German-born violinist with an interest in cryptography and open-source
software. He wrote a code-breaking program and publicised his project on
internet newsgroups, attracting the interest of about 45 users, who all
allowed their machines to be used for the project. Mr Krah named the
project M4, in honour of the M4 Enigma machine that originally encoded
the ciphers. In little over a month an apparently random combination of
letters had been decoded into a real wartime communication. In its
encrypted form the cipher makes no sense at all, reading as follows:
NCZW
UQPM
DVKO
FGYU
FKLM
RHOW
VUSX
KCSM
HULX
JQUK
YFVN
OPBE
PNYM
HKSE
WCCB
GRTV
RIZR
KVWM
INHZ
INJU
GVLI
UKAM
VVRT
UQFM
XMQX
SBLK
YXEO
EURB
KOFD
PWPA
SFWX
IOSX
AHXR
VEKS
ANJM
RMFH
WLKJ
CKUB
HKKF
UHHV
OLBG
AGKX
AHSH
HMLL
VDRE
OYHA
FFLE
IIBG
NMCO
XCSJ
WEZL
BCJW
OPRG
CCAK
USRR
XOBA
MAKL
TFLV
The decoded message reads:
"Forced to submerge during attack. Depth charges. Last
enemy position 0830h AJ 9863, [course] 220 degrees, [speed]
8 knots. [I am] following [the enemy]. [barometer] falls 14
mb, [wind] nor-nor-east, [force] 4, visibility 10 [nautical
miles]."
Get the complete story from BBC NEWS:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/1/hi/technology/4763854.stm
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UTILITY ROUND-UP
editor: Ary Boender
e-mail: [email protected]
________________________________________________________________________
Thanks to the following contributors I was able to edit yet another
edition of the Utility Round-up. Thumbs up to Al, Jon, N2UHC, Horse2,
Pagina 219
WUN-v12
IARUMS, Brad, Jason, Mike, Tony, Dallas for your input.
I have a very busy period coming up. Refurbishing my new house and
moving house, followed by my marriage and honeymoon will consume most
of my time in May and June. I don't know if I can edit this column in
these months. If you like to volunteer to edit the column during this
period, or write a couple of items to fill it, please let me know.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0As usual, I have selected a number of interesting logs and items from
the pile of info that was either sent to WUN via the mailing list or
directly to me.
7045 kHz: Tanzania Electricity Supply Co. at various locations.
7050 kHz: Unid NGO in Rwanda and possibly also in Ethiopia and Uganda.
Positions coded. Idents: A, AA, BB, J, K, D, DG, Kigali, GA,
W, WA, 42, 54, 4A, 72, 691, 134, 128, PW, Bukavu. Languages
on this net: French, English and Italian.
7070 kHz: Unid Somali net in Eritrea. Idents: Asmara, Afmadu, Dobleh,
Baidoa, Merere, Garoe, Burhane, Mogadishu, Kismayu, Beletwein
14000 kHz: Unid medical NGO in Zaire, Sudan, Somalia and Uganda. Idents:
BI, ML, FM, SL, OK, Zero, Quarante, 95, KE, CC, CE, CJ, CM,
Goma, JM, JK, CN, KT, JA, DK, KM, MM, DJ, BC, NI3, YL, AL, K1,
NI, Mai Mai, YL, SV, Kasungu, NBI, JT, AR (Arua), Mobile 3.
Languages on this net: English, Amharic, other vernaculars,
KiSwahili, possibly Dinka, Dholuo, the last predominating.
Medical traffic. Also on 12000 KHz LSB and 14450 KHz LSB.
Fishing boats from Sri Lanka were heard on a number of frequencies:
7002-7020 kHz, 7045, 7057, 7070, 7075, 7085, 7097, 18090 kHz.
Tony reports
2108 kHz:
2117 kHz:
2135 kHz:
3 drift net buoys
DO 31; ID every 4
DO 01; ID every 4
DY 69; ID every 4
heard in Argentina on:
min.
min.
min.
I received two logs of AFRTS Feeders. On 4319.0 kHz, the AFRTS Feeder
in Diego Garcia was heard and other feeders reportedly were active on
5446.5 and 7811 kHz.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0A pirate beacon from central Ireland was active on St. Patrick's day.
It sent PAT on 499.3 kHz.
Hugh Stegman reports a pirate beacon sending "W" on 4103.3 kHz every 10
seconds, with strings of 5 dits or sometimes 1 dah or sometimes nothing.
He also heard the pirate weather station that sends the temperature in
morse. Frequency: 4079.6 kHz.
01-3, 0711
0715
02-3, 0228
1719
UTC:
UTC:
UTC:
UTC:
"TMP53"
"TMP52"
"TMP56"
"TMP59"
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::: MARS STATIONS
MARS stations; alas seldom heard in Europe these days, but still active
in the USA and thus reported in the WUN newsletter. The stations were
heard on the following frequencies. Modes: PSK31, USB/LSB voice.
Pagina 220
Freqs.
------3308.1
3349.0
4000.0
4007.0
4015.0
4017.8
4021.0
4027.0
4036.0
4038.5
4041.0
4464.5
4500.0
5202.0
6913.0
7302.0
7371.0
7632.0
11407.0
13927.1
13993.0
14389.1
14405.0
WUN-v12
Stations
--------------------------------------------------------------AF MARS net
NNN0WBF, NNN0AAG,
AAM4TAL
NNN0AWH
NNN0ALK, NNN0HKP, NNN0PNF, NNN0ANE, NNN0IDU, NNN0OGQ
AAA4TN,
AAT6PC, AAR6PQ, AAT7WE, AAA6TX, AAR6TD, AAR6TN, AAR6UK
AAM5TIN, AAR7HB
AAR5AQ
NNN0TAK, NNN0WAX, NNN0VDG, NNN0FAI, NNN0IBM, NNN0XAT, NNN0EAA
NNN0FKW, NNN0BBZ
AFA4FR, AFA4RA, AFT4JE
AFA2KU, AFA2KF, AFA4BT, AFA2AJ
AAM7TMO
AAR9TB, AAA9EC, AAR9ZA, AAR9VR, AAA9CS, AAR0OI, AAR0AE, AAR0HK,
AAR8PQ
AFA4AG, AFA4GK, AFA4RD, AFA4MW, AFA4KJ, AFA4OY, AFA4FI, AFA4IL,
AFA4GD, AFA4CG, AFA4JS
MARS 4 XRAY 1 BROVO Region 4 net NNN0JQC
NNN0KAG
SENTRY-50 calling -any MARSAFA1WP wkg with Sentry 60 (E-3 AWACS, Tinker AFB 552ACW),
AFA1WP wkg with Dixie 43 (KC-135R, AL-ANG, Birmingham AL),
AFA1HS wkg with King 15 (C-130, Moody AFB)
AFA4NV, AFA3KV
AFA1WP wkg with Ghost 04
AFA6TP, AAR6NB, AFA4BR
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::: VNG
Former Australian time signal station VNG was mentioned on the WUN
mailing list a couple of weeks ago. The question was "is the station
still on the air, or not?"
Well, Dallas phoned the Australian Ministry of Industry who told him
that VNG is now run by group of people interested in preserving the
station since its demise. They have a special license to transmit but
there is no regular schedule available. The University of NSW (Dept of
Post-Graduate and Extension Studies) who transmitted a Forerunner in the
60's is involved somehow, along with the Australian N.M.I. "The Person
in Australia I talked to could provide no further information and
referred me to National Measurements Institute, but said that they don't
have current VNG info available to the public. I remember reading in
Australian Wireless about a group being formed to save VNG back in the
70's whilst I was in the UK and since my return to NZ in the 90's
have heard the odd transmission over the last 6 years.", says Dallas.
Thanks for the info, OM.
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0::: RUSSIAN MERCHANT SHIP DATABASE
WUN's webmaster, Jason Berri, has maintained a database of Russian
Merchant Ships for about 20 years. The RMSD has been a very useful tool
for many maritime DXers. But.... all good things come to an end. In
Jason's own words: "It has been 20 years since I first started monitoring
Russian ship RTTY traffic with an AEA MBA-RO mini-reader. Many things
have changed in the past 20 years. I have decided that I no longer have
time or interest in maintaining the RMSD. Therefore, I am basically
putting it in the public domain and it is now free for download from
the RMSD web site:
http://www.perseidinteractive.com/rmsd/
Pagina 221
WUN-v12
I want to thank the many people who have contributed to the RMSD over
the years. I met many nice people with a similar interests in shortwave
utilities, RTTY, and in monitoring maritime traffic. If anyone would
like to "officially" take over the maintenance of the RMSD, please send
an email to [email protected] and let me know. Otherwise enjoy your
free copy and the best of DX to everyone! -Jason"
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WUN LOGS COLUMN
===============
Mar
2006
============
Edited by Eddie Bellerby ([email protected])
ably assisted by the following logs collectors:Jim Dunnett
[email protected]
Bob Yellen
[email protected]
Jan
Feb
Mar
-
Total logs
==========
2109 individual logs
2558
"
"
1652
"
"
00017.2 SAQ: 0940 SAQ SWE vvv vvv de SAQ 19feb06 (CS)
00017.2 SAQ: Grimeton Radio Varberg SWE 1257 VVV de SAQ.
Weak. "This transmission from ... 17 2 kHz ...".
(19Feb06) (RGA)
00017.2 SAQ: Grimeton Radio, Varberg, Sweden 0906 A1A 15.7
wpm (19/Feb/2006)(TJ)
00018.1 Unid: Russian MIL HQ Moscow, unid tx site, Russia
1115 F1B FSK morse 5FG msg to unid unit RDL;"rdl rdl 424t6
77113 424t6 77113 424t6 77113 k" (16/feb/2006)(TJ)
00018.1 Unid: Russian MIL HQ Moscow, unid tx site, Russia
1126 F1B FSK morse 5FG msg to unid unit RDL;"rdl rdl 5t728
26t74 5t728 26t74 5t728 26t74 k" (16/feb/2006)(TJ)
00018.1 Unid: Russian MIL HQ Moscow,unid tx site, Russia
0814 F1B FSK morse flash msg to unid unit RAC;" xxx xxx rac
rac 57926 gross 8077 9657" msg rptd, and "k"
(25/Feb/2006)(TJ)
00018.1 Unid: Russian MIL HQ Moscow,unid tx site, Russia
1109 F1B FSK morse flash msg to unid unit RDL;" xxx xxx rdl
rdl 68958 62990 øpuntina 3856 2147" msg rptd, and "k"
(06/Feb/2006)(TJ)
00018.1 Unid: Russian MIL HQ Moscow,unid tx site, Russia
1113 F1B FSK (06/Feb/2006)(TJ)
00018.1 Unid: Russian MIL HQ Moscow,unid tx site, Russia
1355 F1B FSK morse flash msg to unid unit RDL;" xxx xxx rdl
rdl 78766 01634 golakant 7119 7328" msg rptd, and "k"
(02/Feb/2006)(TJ)
00018.1 Unid: Russian MIL HQ Moscow,unid tx site, Russia 1440 F1B
FSK (02/Feb/2006)(TJ)
00081
GYN: RN Secure Bcast 1223 UNID/50/85 Bearing 358° from
Crimond or Skelton. (24Feb06) (RGA)
00082.8 MKL: MHQ Northwood Matelo Bcast 1243 NATO-75/75/70 KG84. //
4732 6759 8988 11213. LF via Crimond HF via Inskip.
Pagina 222
00147.3
00285
00312
00371
00393
00412
00421
00490
00490
00490
00490
00490.0
00490.0
00490.0
00490.0
00490.0
00490.0
00499.2
00499.3
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518
00518.0
00518.0
01925
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(04Mar06) (RGA)
DDH47: DWD via Pinneberg Germany 1218 RTTY/50/80 RYs and
calls. (24Feb06) (RGA)
URB: NDB URBE 0455 CW (28Feb06) (FC)
TEA: NDB TEANO 0452 CW (28Feb06) (FC)
FRS: NDB FROSINONE 1719 CW (21Feb06) (FC)
ITA: NDB LATINA 1735 CW (28Feb06) (FC)
CIA: NDB CIAMPINO 1748 CW (28Feb06) (FC)
FN: NDB Fiumicino 1321 CW (05Feb06) (FC)
7TF: Alger Radio (A) 2015 NAVTEX. New one? ZCZC AD46 TEST
ALGER RADIO TEST NNNN. ZCZC AD45 SAIDA ORAN ALGER RADIO TES
NNNN. ZCZC AD44 111 TEST ALGER RADIO ... (04Mar06) (ML)
EAV: CABO DE LA NAO RADIO (M) 0600 NAVTEX METEO
(06-Mar-06) (FC)
FRL: LA GARDE RADIO (S) 0700 NAVTEX NAV WARN.
(06-Mar-06) (FC)
GNI: NITON RADIO(I)NAVTEX 0520 METEO (06-Mar-06) (FC)
CROSS Corsen: 2200 navtex ZCZC EB99 262_40 UTC FEB
06 OR_GINE METEO-FRANCE BMS LARGE ATLANTIQUE NR 92
DU_DIMANCOE 26 (!_=4834 200 (26Feb06) (wp3)
CROSS La Garde: 2302 navtex ZCZC SA13 231105 UTC FEB
06 AZUR LE 28 FEV 06 DE 0300Z A 0700Z EXERCICE DE LANCEMENT
DE TORPILLES DANS UNE ZONE (26Feb06) (wp3)
Cullercoats Radio: 0735 navtex ZCZC UB54 ISSUED BY
MET OFFICE ABERDEEN ON MONDAY _WU FEBRUARY 2002, 03:13
_'549,& 28,$ 2-4,8,&. VALID (27Feb06) (wp3)
Istambul Radio: 0413 navtex ZCZC BA06 201548 UTC
SUBAT 06 ISTANBUL TURK _ADIO NAVTEX DENIZCILERE 108/06 SAYLI
BILDIRI 1-27 SUBAT 01 /0_6 (27Feb06) (wp3)
Niton Radio: 0313 navtex ZCZC TA43 AVURNAV CHERBOURG
016 CASQUETS -PLATEAU DES ROCHES DOUVRES LE SIGNAL SONORE
DU PHARE DES ROCHES (27Feb06)(wp3)
Porto Santo: 2209 navtex ZCZC MA85 16 0001 UTC FEB
06 AVISO COSTERO NR0357/2006 IMPORTANTE ESPAA COSTA E LOS
ALFAQUES.- VIVEROS FLOTANTES (26Feb06) (wp3)
PAT: Pirate Beacon 2102 CW 559 in SW England.
(16Mar06) (RGA)
PAT: St. Patricks Day Beacon, Ireland 2231 CW SlowCW. Freq 499.28 kHz. (17Mar06) (ZE)
4XO: Haifa, Israel (P) 0052 NAVTEX (04Mar06) (ML)
7TA: ALGIERS RADIO 0112 NAVTEX SPECIAL WEATHER
FORECAST. (14Mar06) (FC)
9HD: MaltaRadio (O) 2218 NAVTEX Nav warning
(20Feb06) (FC)
EAC: Tarifa Radio Spain (G) 0500 NAVTEX Cadiz Bay divers exercises (22Feb06) (FC)
EAV: Cabo de la Nao Radio Spain (X) 0350 NAVTEX MIB
- Tafira (26Feb06) (FC)
GNI: Nitonradio (E) 2213 NAVTEX Gale warning
(20Feb06) (FC)
GNI: NitonRadio UK (E) 0040 NAVTEX MIB Bristol
Channel (26Feb06) (FC)
GPK: PORTPATRICK RADIO SCO 0408 NAVTEX GALE
WARNING.(08Mar06) (FC)
PBK: Netherlands CG Radio (P) 2230 NAVTEX Nav
warnings Lost containers (20Feb06) (FC)
SUZ: Serapeum Egypt (X) 2351 NAVTEX (03Mar06) (ML)
SVK: Corfu, Greece (K) 0140 NAVTEX (04Mar06) (ML)
SVL: Lemnos, Greece (L) 0153 NAVTEX (05Mar06) (ML)
SVL: LimnosGreece (L) 2150 NAVTEX Nav warning grounded vessel. (04Feb06) (FC)
TAH: IstanbulRadio Turkey (D) 0430 NAVTEX MIB firing practice (26Feb06) (FC)
UGE: Arkhangelsk, Russia (F) 2054 NAVTEX (03Mar06) (ML))
ZSC: Capetown R 1630 NAVTEX (07/Feb/06) (RH2)
Algier Radio: 0256 navtex (11Mär06) (wp3)
Unid: Algerian navtex 0252z 03/10/06 (CS)
IPL: Livorno Radio Italy 2119 USB OM with MIBs in Italian.
Pagina 223
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(17Mar06) (RGA)
02011
DHA9: CIS Military 1909 CW clg ..8V QTC 977 91 1
2101 977 = 154 = QNUSE ZWGIA ALXGG ... P„PIO = K
(01Mar06) (piri)
02097.2 M: [QTH?] 1244z Feb 16, 2006 CW “M” marker there
was a 7 to 8 second delay between ID’s. At times the marker
seemed to be “A” instead of “M”. Bad tape? [SN]
02187.5 319991000: ZCNE2, M/V Stolt Hikawa 1123 DSC (Cayman
Islands) to: 003669915 USCG Galveston, Tx. Test request.
(07Mar06) (RB)
02187.5 538001175: V7AW3, M/T Ania 1127 DSC (Marshall
Islands) 53,341 GRT Oil Tanker. to: 003669914 USCG Mobile.
Test request. (07Mar06) (RB)
02187.5 : MRCC Valencia/Almeria Spain 1951 DSC Preliminary
call for weather/safety bcast on 2182 kHz.
(05Mar06) (RGA)
02187.5 A8JD: Sedco-704 (Liberian Flag) 2008 RQs MRCC
Shetland Scotland for safety test. MRCC BQs.
(05Mar06) (RGA)
02187.5 PBK: Netherlands Coastguard Radio Den Helder 1958
DSC BQs Golden Trust No 1/H9ZS (Panamanian flag) for safety
test. (05Mar06) (RGA)
02187.5 TAH: Istanbul Radio 1956 DSC BQs Mull/HOKF (Panama
flag) for safety test. (05Mar06) (RGA)
02187.5 UIW: MRSC Kaliningrad 1947 DSC BQs Nijnevolzhskii/UFFF for
simplex telephone call on 4390 kHz
(?). (05Mar06) (RGA)
02217.4 XSS: Unid 'XSS' Net 2131 ALE/USB Sounding 2217.4
4166.3 and 3227.4 kHz. (15Mar06) (RGA)
02217.4 XSS: Unid 'XSS' Net 2246 ALE/USB Sounds. (11Mar06) (RGA)
02225
: Unid Fishfone 2342 CRY-2001/USB Analogue voice
scrambler. Male voices. (28Feb06) (RGA)
02226
: UK Coastguard Aberdeen G 1924 USB VOICE Weather
forecast and navigational wanrnings (01Mar06) (piri)
02226
GKZ: Humber Coastguard 2113 USB OM with sea area
forecasts. (17Mar06) (RGA)
02252
2UG: Royal Navy vessel 1947 USB wkg U2I [RN vessel]
and B1E [GN vessel], AS(u)W circuit, operating near
Plymouth. (13Mar06) (RRE)
02252
W4F: Unid Military 0241 USB Other letter-numberletter stations active. US Navy? (06Mar06) (JK)
02252.0 ALPHA: MIKE, ROMEO & others: 0231 USB voice net
(18/FEB/06) (JLM)
02273.5 : UNID German AF D 1933 ARQ-E/85.8/161 RC=4 Beta
(01Mar06) (piri)
02309.2 IDR: Italian Navy Roma 1921 USB/STANAG4285 wkg IHMW
[ITN minehunter M5559 "Viareggio"], voice coord for data
traffic. (15Mar06) (RRE)
02418
: UNID German AF D 1940 ARQ-E/85.8/172 RC=4 Beta
(01Mar06) (piri)
02474
PBC: DN Goeree HOL 1943 RTTY/75/840 CARB (01Mar06) (piri)
02560.4 : Unid 2100 UNID/150/400 ACF=0. (17Mar06) (RGA)
02608.4 FUO: FN Toulon F 1946 RTTY/150/850 FAAA DE FUO VV
TESTING RY/SG 0 ... 1 VOYEZ VOUS LE BRICK ... INT ZBZ K
(01Mar06) (piri)
02608.4 FUO: French Navy Toulon 2106 RTTY/150/850 Bricks
tests. (17Mar06) (RGA)
02632
IQH: Napoli Radio Italy 2059 USB OM Robot with MIBs
in Italian. Not // 2719. (17Mar06) (RGA)
02716 U8K: German Navy vessel 1819 USB/RATT wkg 6MT, 3RE,
7IE, C4I and 6SU [all GN vessels, possibly "2.
Schnellbootgeschwader"], voice coord for data traffic, some
talk about X21D [GN Glücksburg broadcast] messages. (13Mar06)
(RRE)
02719
IZN: Porto Torres Radio Italy 2054 USB OM Robot with
MIBs in English then Italian. Prob relay from Rome/IAR.
(17Mar06) (RGA)
02753
NAVY 557: Royal Netherlands Navy SH-14D 1839 USB
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02755.5
02780
02780
02789
02793.5
02794
02794
02806.5
02845
02899.0
03035
03120.0
03187.5
03203.6
03217
03245.0
03273.5
03273.5
03308.1
03310.0
03314
03348
03590
03593.4
03593.4
03594.7
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wkg PFC [RNN De Kooij], reporting ops normal in position
5315N00428E. (15Mar06) (RRE)
: Unid 2049 CW Random length figure strings 5225467
2346 1906750 975324497769100 2246 00975 32440 721110 ...
(17Mar06) (RGA)
FUC: FN Cherbourg F 1953 RTTY/75/840 AA DE FUC VV
TESTING RY/SG 0 ... 1 VOYEZ VOUS LE BRICK......... INT ZBZ K
(01Mar06) (piri)
FUC: French Navy Cherbourg 1236 RTTY/75/850 Bricks
tests. (28Feb06) (RGA)
FUE: FN Brest F 1957 RTTY/75BD 851Hz VCZCZC ABC001
ALL DE FUE TESTING RY/SG 0 ...1 0 ... 9 INT ZBZ NNNN
(01Mar06) (piri)
FDI22: FAF Narbonne F 2001 CW VVV VVV VVV DE FDI22
FDI22 FDI22 AR (01Mar06) (piri)
DRYZ: Unid 2222 ALE/USB clg JENE (21Feb06) (KB)
JENE: Unid 1844 ALE/USB clg DRYZ. Also at 2356
(21Feb06) (KB)
RABARBAR 33: Pol Mil 1900 USB Net with 5FG msgs,
other calls: TEATR 41,???? 25 - distorted,
(14Mar06)(MSM)
PBB: DN Den Helder Hol 2006 RTTY/75/840Hz CARB
(01Mar06) (piri)
REACH 0185: 0916Z USB 14mar06 (AS)
: Fishfone 2038 SAILORCRYPT-2001/USB Male and female
voices. Analogue voice scrambler with digital synch.
(17Mar06) (RGA)
Unid: spanish speech inversion on 2006-03-14 @
06:23:06 UTC by (V)
WARSZAWA3: R&S/MOI Net Poland 2036 ALE/USB Sounds
(22Feb06) (RGA)
L: MX Cluster Beacon "L" 2043 CW (22Feb06) (AB)
DHJ83: GAF station 1818 USB wkg DHJ67, 5BVE, IP51
and 07XW [all GAF units], collective c/sign 1AJI, practice
security messages, at 1900z DHO78, DHO91, DHO98 and KM7N
[all GAF units] entering Net-C, now changing collective
c/sign into VV1M, at 1924z kicking to F17 = 03273.5.
(07Mar06) (RRE)
#’s: [QTH?] 1104z Feb 17, 2006 USB SS/YL 5f
traffic [SN]
DHJ67: GAF station 2035 USB wkg DHJ83, DHO78, DHO91,
DHO98, IP51, 07XW and KM7N [all GAF stations], collective
c/sign VV1M, practice security messages, at 2358 "VV1M
change operating signal ZTA ZTB5 frequency F17", continuing
in digital GAF FEC mode. (08Mar06) (RRE)
DHJ83: GAF station 1927 USB wkg DHJ67, DHO78, DHO91,
DHO98, IP51, KM7N and 07XW [all GAF units], collective
c/sign VV1M, practice security messages. (07Mar06) (RRE)
AFA3VP: dig USAF MARS AFA3VP and AFA3DT in voice
comms and to MFSK16 comms re: setting up digital modes. No
tfc passed, mostly chat. on 2006-03-09 @ 03:26:59 UTC (V)
ODESSA R.: Odessa R./UTT, UKR, 1833, USB, wx/nav
warnings YL/RR, 17-Feb-2006. (CK)
: Russian Air Defence (PVO) 2026 CW = 992326??0? =
992327??0????? etc. (17Mar06) (RGA)
K9N5: Russian Military 1942 CW K9N5 QRV K. Unid
station on QSX freq 3819 kHz sending msg: ... = PPPPP OEJKY
EKHZE ... EKHZE PWPWW 469 K. K9NS R 088 K. (02Mar06) (RGA)
: Unid 2100 CW ... FM 347995 FOR 347669 K. AR.
(02Mar06) (RGA)
DLVK: Kuewaz ZB Hiddensee 2106 ARQ Sends position
report to DQZ28/Kuewaz Neustadt/Holstein. Poor copy
'__06-03-02 22:04 POSITION __ZB HIDDENSEE 0205___+?'.
(02Mar06) (RGA)
DQZ28: Kuewaz Nuestadt/Holstein, Germany 2105 ARQ
SELCALs PUTP/ZB Priwall. Works DLVK/ZB Hiddensee, then back
to SELCAL for Priwall. (02Mar06) (RGA)
: MX Cluster beacon "D" 2249 CW (21Feb06) (AB)
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03594.8 : MX Cluster beacon "P" 2249 CW (21Feb06) (AB)
03594.8 P: MX Cluster Beacon "P" 2037 CW // 4557.8 & 5153.8
(22Feb06) (AB)
03595
: MX Cluster beacon "C" 2249 CW (21Feb06) (AB)
03614
6FN7: Ukranian Military 2026 CW Ends 63-group 5LG
message to unid ... JHNKY GVCAy AGKEK K. Repeats preamble:
6FN7 = 050 63 14 2210 050 K. (14Mar06) (RGA)
03658
6MXF: CIS Military 2033 CW 6SLU de 6MXF ZLS ZZJ ZHV
ZGM ZZL ZGF QYT5 K. (08Mar06) (RGA)
03691
^ID: Unid 1918 ALE/USB Sounding. All FROM: IDs
garbled. Coded? (15Mar06) (MSM)
0371.0 ITU: Great Falls, Montana 1157z Feb 17, 2006 CW
“ITU” [100watts] [SN]
03714
???-93: Russian Military 0601 USB OM in RR with
flash message 'This is radiostation <unreadable>-93
(2 times) 31195 barbadocetc 4700 9210. 31195 barbadocetc
4700 9210. (14Mar06) (IB)
03756
: S30 Pip 2238 CW (21Feb06) (AB)
03756
: S30 The Pip S30 2045 UNID 2045 (22Feb06) (AB)
03764.4 PBB: RNeth Navy Den Helder 1144 RTTY/75/850 CARBs.
(24Feb06) (RGA)
03764.5 PBB: RNethN Den Helder 2040 RTTY/70/850 2/4/6/8/
12/16 MHz CARBs. (14Mar06) (RGA)
03782
CTP: Portuguese Navy Oerias/Palhais 2043 RTTY/75/850
QSXs to NAWS. (14Mar06) (RGA)
03782.0 CTP: dig CTP, Oieras Naval, Portugal, in RTTY
75/850 w/ NAWS tape on 2006-03-10 @ 07:23:59 UTC (V)
03809.5 : CIS Military 2045 81-81/81/220 Cipher. W/W 3892.5
(?) (14Mar06) (RGA)
03828.9 : S32 Squeaky Wheel 2239 UNID (21Feb06) (AB)
03828.9 : S32 The Squeaky Wheel 2044 UNID (22Feb06) (AB)
03829.4 : Unid German Coastguard 2046 ARQ Weather fcast
until Friday midnight in German Bight Fischer & den Helder
in GG. Signed Seewetterdienst Hamburg. (02Mar06) (RGA)
03831.5 MUSHROOM: FAF E-3F 2205 USB/RATT wkg Hélène [CCOA
Taverny], TACON circuit, Link11 data on 03158 , later
kicking HF data to RO901 = 03939. (exercise Poker 2006 1)
(07Mar06) (RRE)
03873.3 : Possibly ISR Intelligence 1712 UNID/75/50, carrier
on 3873.0 as usual. Both off 1715 (26Feb06) (KB)
03876
SNOOPER 1: French Navy Br.1150 1109 USB/RATT wkg FWV
[FN Nimes], voice coord for data traffic. (14Mar06) (RRE)
03890
UWS3: KievRadio Ukraine 2050 CW Telegrams to
riverine traffic. (14Mar06) (RGA)
03890
UWS3: KievRadio Ukraine 2055 CW Good fast hand-sent
Morse traffic to riverine traffic. (02Mar06) (RGA)
03896
H0S: unid 0710 ALE/USB/MIL-188-141A clg S6G (09Mar06) (KK)
03896
H0S: unid 0714 ALE/USB/MIL-188-141A clg Q7J (09Mar06) (KK)
03896
H0S: unid 0720 ALE/USB/MIL-188-141A clg D3S (09Mar06) (KK)
03896
H0S: unid 0723 ALE/USB/MIL-188-141A clg M5Y (09Mar06) (KK)
03896
H0S: unid 0727 ALE/USB/MIL-188-141A clg M5Y (09Mar06) (KK)
03896
H0S: unid 0729 ALE/USB/MIL-188-141A clg D3S (09Mar06) (KK)
03896
K9F: unid 0721 ALE/USB/MIL-188-141A clg H0S (09Mar06) (KK)
03900
BJ22: Unid ALG MOI 0600 ALE/ USB clng UM22 (11Mar06) (MAL)
03900
JE21: Unid ALG MOI 0530 ALE/USB clng UM22 (10Mar06) (MAL)
04015
: Fishfone 2053 SAILOR-CRYPT-2001/USB Male voices.
Analogue voice scrambler with digital synch.
(08Mar06) (RGA)
04024.5 H5F: Norwegian Navy vessel 2335 USB wkg H3P, 8XD and
G6S [all NATO vessels], Link11 coord circuit.
(exercise Cold Response 06) (12Mar06) (RRE)
04026.4 : Unid 2042 FEC No decode. Encrypted. (13Mar06) (RGA)
04032.0 Unid: USB with c/s's HP00, PP00, QP00, VP00, SP00,
VL00, VP10,QP10, QP30 and RAP. Also sounding on 4830.0 and
5201.0(sometime 5202.0).16mar06 (MR)
04051
QVK6: Ukranian Military 2012 CW Message for GOKR:
QVK6 709 87 8 2100 709 = 223 = AAAAA SÜTCQ ÖUDÖX ... KZKDD
K. GOKR responds on QSX freq 3832 with GOKR R 709 K.
Pagina 226
WUN-v12
(08Mar06) (RGA)
04053.2 : Unid 1938 UNID 4-FSK 125/300 (22Feb06) (KB)
04067.1 : Tashkent Meteo 1730 FAX 120/576 analysis chart
Europe to Siberia. end 1751 (19Feb06) (KB)
04083.0 Hope Ling: usb motor vessel hope ling calling Iloilo
Radio/DYV, Philippines - (thanks folks for help IDing) on
2006-03-10 @ 07:09:10 UTC by (V)
04102.32 W: [QTH?] 1122z Mar 4, 2006 CW “W” followed by
pips/data bursts [SN]
04115.6 IDR: Italian Navy Roma 1903 USB/STANAG4285 wkg IHMW
[ITN minehunter M5559 "Viareggio"], voice coord for data
traffic. (08Mar06) (RRE)
04125.0 KWL3H: at NOAA taking maritime status from various
craft -dew frost -gulf garden -westeren mariner on
2006-03-14 @ 06:17:10 UTC (V)
04125.0 Unid: usb boaters talking about picking up swells.
scheduled a meeting for Sunday. CS of -rich is waw9c3 on
2006-03-10 @ 06:12:47 UTC (V)
04125.0 USCG Kodiak usb: taking request from boaters for
Alaskan waters forecast on 2006-03-14 @ 05:50:20 UTC (V)
04149
UKG: Kertch Radio, UKR 1833 USB robot voice reading
wx and nav wngs in EE (28Feb06) (KB)
04149.0 J8az3: usb M/V Tropic Tide J8AZ3, M/V Tropic Jade,
M/V Tropic Sun J8AZ2, Reg: St Vincent by Tropical Shipping,
Riviera Beach, FL USA on 2006-03-16 @ 14:20:30 UTC (V)
04166
XSS: 'XSS Net' 1946 ALE/USB Sounds. (05Mar06) (RGA)
04180
: FishFone 2033 SAILORCRYPT-2001/USB Males in
conversation. (13Mar06) (RGA)
04181
: Unid 1629 CW repeating "287/00", offair 1635.
Regularly active around 1630 (26Feb06) (KB)
04207.5 003669997: USCG Miami, FL 0636 DSC to: All ships,
Undesignated distress relay, 14-17S, 170-40W. (07Mar06) (RB)
04207.5 233492000: MSDM7, M/V Maersk Delano 0831 DSC (UK)
Container ship. to: 003669995 USCG CAMSLANT. Test request.
(07Mar06) (RB)
04207.5 538002462: V7IW9, M/T Chem Leo 0920 DSC (Marshall
Islands) 6,332 GRT Oil Tanker. to: 003669995: USCG CAMSLANT.
Test Request. (07Mar06) (RB)
04210.5 UFL: Vladivostok, Russia 1300z Feb 19, 2006 CW
“DE” and ARQ/100 idle [SN]
04211
BR: Petrobras 0550 ARQ RY's & some PP (22/Feb/06) (RH2)
04212
UGC: Sankt Peterburg Radio Russia 2141 ARQ w/Morse
ID. (02Mar06) (RGA)
04212
XSQ: GuangzhouRadio PRC 2143 ARQ w/Morse ID.
(02Mar06) (RGA)
04215
XSG: ShanghaiRadio PRC 2145 ARQ w/Morse ID.
(02Mar06) (RGA)
04216
UIW: KALININGRAD RADIO ARQ w/CW marker CH MARK
(21Feb06) (FC)08417
XSV: TIANJIN RADIO 1715 ARQ w/CW ID CH
MARK (18Feb06) (FC)
04225.2 IDR/IGJ: Rome/Agusta Naval Radio 2022
STANAG-4285/600L/5N1-1 IDR2/IGJ42/IGJ43/IDR8/IDR3/IGJ41.
(13Mar06) (RGA)
04226.5 XSS: Unid 1053 ALE/USB sndg. (21/feb/06) (sw)
04239
NELC: Unid 0113 CW Call repeat many times, at 0120
off air. (22Feb06) (IB)
04247
MGJ: RN Secure Bcast System 2011 RTTY/100/850 CARBs.
(13Mar06) (RGA)
04247.0 MGJ: RNy Faslane 1009 Rtty 100Bd/850Hz Marker
Channel-Status: "02HOO 03C 03F 04B 06A 06G 08A 12B 16A 22A
MGJ 1ZYIX 2CCIX 2CDIX 3ZZIX 4CBIX 4CEIX" (19/FEB/06) (KK)
04250.5 HEB24: Bern Radio Switzerland 2200 PACTOR-2 w/CW CQ
de HEB24 (21Feb06) (FC)
04268
VTG4: Mumbai Naval Radio India 2109 CW 4FGS bcast to
warships. (08Mar06) (RGA)
04270.0 E120: usb E10 .. in progress.. heavy rtty qrm on
2006-03-09 @ 04:27:07 UTC (V)
04270.7 CFH: CF HALIFAX 0601 RTTY/75/850 Wx groups
Pagina 227
04271.3
04294.7
04295
04325.8
04325.8
04331
04331.0
04363
04372
04379
04391
04405
04411
04414.0
04431
04438.5
04438.5
04445
04461.0
04465
04467
04476.0
04476.0
04479.0
04503
04507
04516.5
04518
04520
04550
04553.2
WUN-v12
(22/Feb/06) (RH2)
CFH: dig CFH Halifax, NS CANFOR METEO b-cast in
RTTY 850/75 on 2006-03-09 @ 02:30:27 UTC (V)
FUE: FN Brest 0609 RTTY/75/850 RY/ID Testing
(22/Feb/06) (RH2)
FUE: FRENCH NAVY: BREST 1635 RTTY/75/850 TESTING
(21Feb06) (FC)
: MX Channel marker "R" 2237 CW (21Feb06) (AB)
R: MX Cluster Beacon "R" 2042 CW // 5465.8 (22Feb06) (AB)
4XZ: IN Haifa ISR 2032 CW VVV DE 4XZ 4XZ = (24Feb06) (piri)
4XZ: IN Haifa ISR 2032 MORSE VVV DE 4XZ 4XZ =
(24FEB06) (piri)
3AC4: Monaco Radio 1834 USB wx in FF (24Feb06) (KB)
Q5X: USN Vessels 2133 USB Q5X, R3H, P9C in Link-11
coordination net. Mention they are conducting 5-inch gun
target practice at Killer Tomato target. (15Feb06) (MJC)
REA4: AF HQ Moscow 2116 CW Idling on OOK revs
between skeds/ // 5157 8646. (08Mar06) (RGA)
: Russian airdefence RUS 1920 CW =992220??T?????
(04Mar06) (PPA)
TAH: Istanbul radio TUR 1809 USB Turkish and English
weather bulletin (04Mar06) (PPA)
WARSZAWA2: R&S/MOI Net Poland 1936 ALE/USB Sounds
4411 and 4627 kHz. (22Feb06) (RGA)
Echo Fox: usb -Echo Fox- wking -kilo,- Link-11
coordination -alligator- net on 2006-03-10 @ 07:54:31 UTC
(V)
Unid: 1437 FSK/300/300 ACF=108/324 Earlier I heard
like station (always ACF=108) with other speeds 150 and 200
Bd. Known frequencies: 2632, 2946, 3877, 4201, 4433, 5252
kHz. (14Mar06) (IB)
IDR: Italian Navy Roma 1030 USB/STANAG4285 wkg IADV
[ITN frigate F581 "Carabiniere"] and IHMO [ITN minehunter
M5556 "Alghero"], voice coord for data traffic.
(14Mar06) (RRE)
IDR: Rome/Augusta Naval Radio (Delta Romeo) 1840
STANAG-4285/600L working warship Mike Charlie (I?MC) with
voice co-ord. Thanks to (RRE) for freq. (14Mar06) (RGA)
9U?: Unid 1502 ALE/USB (12Mar06) (MAL)
FTJ: [QTH?] 0300z Feb 10, 2006 USB Very weak [SN]
Unid Number stn 1933 USB repeating "690 690 690
00000" (male, EE) until 1934 (19Feb06) (KB)
DAF 080: Danish AF CL-604 1306 USB wkg Primrose [DAF
Karup], req wx forecast and actuals for Aalborg and Karup.
(13Mar06) (RRE)
Shadow09: usb SHADOW-09 reports climbing above 49.
CS of wisperer? also heard. weak and bearly readable on
2006-03-10 @ 04:25:25 UTC (V)
Unid: usb informal data net control with CS of 31
and 63. talked about being up on 6256 on 2006-03-09 @
07:50:53 UTC (V)
V2A: am V2a in prgress poor modulation depth on
2006-03-10 @ 04:05:10 UTC by (V)
: NATO Air Defence Data System 2151 LINK-11/2250/DSB
Same data in both sidebands. (02Mar06) (RGA)
: unid German airforce D 1710 ARQ-E/85.7/170 Beta
idling (04Mar06) (PPA)
DHJ83: GAF station 1231 USB wkg DHJ67, 5BVE, IP51,
00S1 and W949 [all GAF units], collective c/sign 1AJI,
practice security messages, at 1815z kicking to F14 = 03217.
(07Mar06) (RRE)
1800: unid 0631 ALE/USB Sounding (05Mar06) (PPA)
: Unid 1922 UNID/USB Starts with 7 tones approx
(1.5s) 490-970-145-1930-2330-2810-3290 then data in 3300 Hz
B/W. (14Mar06) (RGA)
Unid: Unid 1754 RTTY/50/850 Crypto - strong sigs.
(31/Jan/06) (RH2)
A: Italian Navy station 1829 USB/STANAG4285 wkg G,
Pagina 228
WUN-v12
K and R [all ITN stations], voice coord for data traffic.
(15Mar06) (RRE)
04557.7 : MX Cluster beacon "D" 2249 CW (21Feb06) (AB)
04557.8 P: Russian Navy Kaliningrad 1930 CW marker (21Feb06) (KB)
04558
: MX Cluster beacon "C" 2249 CW (21Feb06) (AB)
04558.1 : MX Cluster beacon "A" 2249 CW (21Feb06) (AB)
04558.1 A: RUS Navy, probably Astrakhan 1930 CW mkr
(21Feb06) (KB)
04572
: NATO Air Defence Data System 1948 LINK-11/2250/USB
TADIL-A single-channel. (13Mar06) (RGA)
04593
: unid 1923 CW/F1A/250 fm 81539 for 846155782 = ZWK
fm 423349 for 7586492T5 fm 423349 for 423249 K
(04Mar06) (PPA)
04595
---: Prob. MRC Army 2001 ALE/USB 39 tones modem with
DLP (17Mar06) (MAL)
04600.0 Unid: unid 2010 ALE/USB clg 492 (20/feb/06) (sw)
04616
BMF: Taipeh meteo TWN 2000 FAX/120/576 weak signal,
very noisy picture , no details visible (04Mar06) (PPA)
04625
: S28 Buzzer 2238 UNID (21Feb06) (AB)
04625
UVB76: S28 The Buzzer 2046 DSB (22Feb06) (AB)
04630
ANTARCTO: AntarNet. Poss Tunisian Military 1944
ALE/USB Calls ASSADCTO. (05Mar06) (RGA)
04640.0 fdg: FAF Bordeaux 1716 rtty 50/170 (9Mär06)(wp3)
04663
TASHKENT: VOLMET Service 1944 USB YL with wx in
English. (14Mar06) (RGA)
04686
: Unid station 2359 STANAG-4285/USB ACF=32 (04Mar06) (MAL)
04704.5 B8U :Dutch military unit 1945 USB in contact with
net control station 0FP in unid exercise. (13Mar06) (PPA)
04706
RESCUE 125: RAF/RN Helicopter 1356 USB Wkg KINLOSS
RESCUE/ARCC Kinloss. Aircraft registered as a civilian not
military.(20Feb06) (JB)
04718
ETOILE L: French Navy N-262 1405 USB wkg Nime Ecole,
req landing wx for Nimes. (06Mar06) (RRE)
04724
ANDREWS: EAM Bcast 0134 USB Q3FRDF which later sent
by PARTS KIT (as reported by Brad). PARTS KIT TACAMO-PAC(?)
(13Feb06) (JK)
04724
PARTS KIT: EAM Bcast 0202 USB EAM Q3FRDF // 8992
with nil hrd on the other main GHFS freqs.(13Mar06) (BC)
04724
V3F: RN vessel 0730 USB wkg Boulmer [RAF CRC],
JAAWSC circuit, cross tell. Later pushing to XA 5403 but no
jou here. (exercise Neptune Warrior 061)
(07Mar06) (RRE)
04739
FIGHTING TIGER 20: Unid 0815 USB With some MIL-STD
188-110/Serial in Whalesong QRM. (06Mar06) (BC)
04742.0 Architect: in contact with NATO20 req WX for
LIPA,LIPY,LIPZ,LIPX =time 20.30 UTC 26feb06 (R)
04762
H0S: Unid 2204 ALE/USB Calls M5Y. (15Mar06) (RGA)
04766
: CIS Military 1956 MS-5/4800/DPSK/USB Encrypted
vocoder. (14Mar06) (RGA)
04780.5 9HE: RN vessel 1400 USB wkg MAGIC 88 [RAF E-3D],
Link11 coordination. (exercise Neptune Warrior 061)
(06Mar06) (RRE)
04780.5 V3F: RN vessel 0912 USB wkg MAGIC 88 [RAF E-3D],
Link11 coordination. (exercise Neptune Warrior 061)
(07Mar06) (RRE)
04810.2 : Unid station 2355 STANAG-4285/USB ACF=32 (04Mar06) (MAL)
04840
ROUNDUP: GAF CRC Brockzetel 1115 USB wkg B5D [GN
vessel], Cross-Tell excersise, closing down circuit at
1145z. (14Mar06) (RRE)
04850
1800: Unid. Italian Carabinieri? 2052 ALE/LSB
sounding. Also at 2251 0050 0249 0448 (24/25Feb06) (KB)
04850.9 : Unid station 2242 MS-5/4800/DPSK/USB traffic
(04Mar06) (MAL)
04855
2001: Protection Civile Marocaine 2213 ALE/USB Calls
2203. 1001 & 1313 also seen. (11Mar06) (RGA)
04855 1324: Protection Civile Marocaine 2158 ALE/USB Sounds.
Also 2001. (15Mar06) (RGA)
04857.0 fdi8: FAF Nice 1703 rtty 50/400 (9Mär06)(wp3)
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WUN-v12
NYZ: M89 Variant 2021 CW VVV Q2M de NYZ. // 6840.
(17Mar06) (RGA)
04866
WI1: Unid Swed. net 1526 ALE/USB clg WI (28Feb06) (KB)
04866
WI: Unid Swed. net 1731 ALE/USB clg WI2 (28Feb06) (KB)
04874
TXX2: Spanish Guarda Civil Valdemoro 2213 ALE/USB
Sounding. (15Mar06) (RGA)
04877.5 fdi8: FAF Nice 1544 rtty 50/400 (9Mär06)(wp3)
04880
ULX: Enigma E10 Mossad 2004 USB YL with ULX callup.
(05Mar06) (RGA)
04887.0 Unid: dig unIDed Tadiran scrambled voice under
broadcast QRM on 2006-03-14 @ 05:34:36 UTC by (V)
04910
RFI: Unid 1939 ALE/USB clg JCI. Also at 2155 0055
0357 (26/27Feb06) (KB)
04910
RFP: Poss W.Libyan Gas Project 2217 ALE/USB Calls
JCP (11Mar06) (RGA)
04910
RFP: Unid 2215 ALE/USB clg JCP. Also at 2245 2325
and then every half hour until 0338 (26/27Feb06) (KB)
04910
RFU: Unid 1931 ALE/USB clg JCU (26Feb06) (KB)
04910.0 Unid: unid 2047 ALE/USB clg JCP (20/feb/06) (sw)
04910.5 : Unid station 12 + 2 tones + doppler tone LSB
(04Mar06) (MAL)
04917
X3Q: USN vessel 1330 USB wkg B5I, T1E [both USN],
7KB and O0M [both RN], Link11 coordination, kicking data to
KJ23 = 04528 . (exercise Neptune Warrior 061)
(06Mar06) (RRE)
04925
0000210502: Greek Gendarmerie 2141 ALE/USB Sounding.
(15Mar06) (RGA)
04930.2 : Unid station 2345 STANAG-4285/USB ACF=32 (04Mar06) (MAL)
04952
WARSZAWA3: Polish MoI/R&S net 1903 ALE/USB exchg
many bursts and voice cmds with MOBILE2 (23Feb06) (KB)
04954.5 No Call: unid Cadets 1115 Sitor-Fec/100Bd/170Hz Chat
"MUST WATCH THE BLOOD_PRESSURE...THERE "
(19/FEB/06) (KK)
04957.5 fdi8: FAF Nice 1540 rtty 50/400 (9Mär06)(wp3)
04965.2 : Unid station 2341 STANAG-4285/USB ACF=32 (04Mar06) (MAL)
04971.8 43C: Unid Combined Cadet Corps BBS G 1830
PACTOR/200/200 calling and working 72C who gives log-in
history on QSX 4972, other stations in the log-in history
were MBX1CF, MON1TOR, 88C and MCC0URD (09Mar06) (PPA)
04988
TXX2: Spanish Guardia Civil Valdemoro 1954 ALE/USB
Sounding. (22Feb06) (RGA)
05022
RWM: time signal Moscow 2326 at 2330 continous
tone (04Mar06) (MAL)
05023
FDI8: FAF NICE 1943 CW Marker. (04-Mar-2006) (FC)
05036
GASSI30P: Sonatrach ALG Gassi Touil 0406 ALE/LSB
(11Mar06) (MAL)
05036
MEDER3: Sonatrach ALG Medera 2000 ALE/LSB (09Mar06) (MAL)
05036
OHT30P: Sonatrach ALG Ohanet 2240 ALE/LSB (09Mar06) (MAL)
05036
RNOUSLR1: Sonatrach ALG Rhorde El Nouss 2121 ALE/USB
(09Mar06) (MAL)
05040
RAF VOLMET: 1253 USB broadcasting for several hours,
05450 silent during that time. (06Mar06) (RRE)
05066.7 : EGYEMB Berne (mn brn - swysra) SUI 1924 ARQ plain
AA tfc to MFA Cairo (23Feb06) (piri)
05066.7 EGYEMB Berne (mn brn - swysra) SUI 1924 ARQ plain AA
tfc to MFA Cairo (23FEB06) (piri)
05077.2 : UNID 2021 STANAG-4285/300bps/ITA2/5N1 in burst
mode sending only RYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRY it's not KG84. Later
short, not readable messages. (encrypted?).
(23Feb06) (piri)
05077.2 UNID: 2021 STANAG4285 300bps ITA2 5N1 in burst mode
sending only RYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRYRY it's not KG84. Later
short, not readable messages. (encrypted?).
(23FEB) (piri)
05077.5
WNO: Gw station Slidell 2330 dataplex (04Mar06) (MAL)
05085
RIJ-78: Possible Russian Mil 0657 USB OM in RR
calling UYG-45, RJR-99, RJV-21, UZJ-82, UZD-76. Callsigns
send as Roman Ivan Ivan Kratkij, Uliyana Ery Georgij,
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04860
05097
05105.5
05115
05134.0
05144
05148.2
05153.7
05153.7
05153.9
05153.9
05154
05154
05154
05154
05154.1
05160.2
05209
05215.7
05230
05230.0
05235.6
05246.2
05251.0
05254
05254
05263
05263
05263
05263
05263
05263
05263
05266.8
05280
05289
05289
05290
05307
05319
05348
05393
05403
WUN-v12
Uliyana Zinaida Dmitrij etc ...(15Mar06) (IB)
CFH: Halifax CAN 2248 "CFH ZKR F1 2822 3394 4161
6260 8303 12377 16576 22182 AR" (04Mar06) (MAL)
: Unid station 2242 MS-5/4800/DPSK/USB traffic
(04Mar06) (MAL)
: Unid station 2236 RTTY/200/500 (04Mar06) (MAL)
M8A: cw m8a .. in progress. on 2006-03-10 @
13:18:15 UTC (V)
: Unid station 2321 USB voice bad signal (04Mar06) (MAL)
: Unid station 2331 STANAG-4285/USB ACF=32 (04Mar06) (MAL)
: MX Cluster beacon "D" 2249 CW (21Feb06) (AB)
D: MX Cluster Beacon "D" 2039 CW // 7038.7 8494.7
(22Feb06) (AB)
C: Moscow beacon 2316 CW (04Mar06) (MAL)
S: MX Cluster Beacon "S" 2040 CW (22Feb06) (AB)
: MX Cluster beacon "C" 2249 CW (21Feb06) (AB)
C: MX Cluster Beacon "M" 2038 CW (22Feb06) (AB)
C: SLB Moscow 1711 CW (05Mar06) (RGA)
C: SLB Moscow 2029 CW (04Mar06) (RGA)
: MX Cluster beacon "A" 2249 CW (21Feb06) (AB)
: Unid station 2317 STANAG-4285/USB ACF=32 (04Mar06) (MAL)
: Unid 1900 CW beeps 0.25 sec every few sec and
possibly related shorter and weaker beeps in between.
Active at least since 1430 (21Feb05) (KB)
: Unid station 2204 STANAG-4285/USB ACF=32 (04Mar06) (MAL)
MIW2: E10 station ISR 2312 CW (04Mar06) (MAL)
E10: am E10, SPECIAL STRING:
MIWA85Z200930B23Z200900C43Z200900 on
2006-03-10 @ 05:59:37 UTC (V)
: Unid station 2145 STANAG-4285/USB ACF=32 (04Mar06) (MAL)
: Unid station 2130 STANAG-4285/USB ACF=32 (04Mar06) (MAL)
Diamanti: dig ALE call: DIAMANTI to DRINI (Albanian
Military) on 2006-03-10 @ 05:53:51 UTC (V)
: Unid station 1750 ALCATEL-801H/USB ((12Mar06) (MAL)
: Unid station 1830 ALCATEL-801H/USB ((11Mar06) (MAL)
HA40: Unid ALG MOI 0007 ALE/USB clng HA59 (10Mar06) (MAL)
HA40: Unid ALG MOI 0011 ALE/USB clng HA57 (10Mar06) (MAL)
HA40: Unid ALG MOI 0104 ALE/USB clng HA53 (11Mar06) (MAL)
HA40: Unid ALG MOI 1858 ALE/USB clng HA59 HD5
(09Mar06) (MAL)
HA48: Unid ALG MOI 1922 ALE/USB clng HA50 (09Mar06) (MAL)
HA52: Unid ALG MOI 0634 ALE/USB (10Mar06) (MAL)
HA52: Unid ALG MOI 0653 ALE/USB clng HA48 (11Mar06) (MAL)
: Unid station 2115 STANAG-4285/USB ACF=32 (04Mar06) (MAL)
: NATO Air Defence Data System 1714 LINK-11/2250/USB
TADIL-A single channel. (05Mar06) (RGA)
DHO91: German Military 1630 USB Prob exercise. With
1NM9, DHO78 and KM7N. DHO sent: 'Message No. 20. = DRILL BVA
DRL X4A RF6 U6I ESC MYE JCF 7J4 URV MHN SBR UJQ DRILL =
(08Mar06) (AG)
DHO98: Unid German (Air?) Forces unit 1850 USB
Advising DHO91 to "QSY to frequency F3" later to F17.
(08Mar06) (MB3)
GB3RAL: RSGB 5MHz Prop Beacon Didcot 1916 CW 589;
GB3ORK Harray Orkney Scotland 599; GB3WES Sleagill Cumbria
599. (08Mar06) (RGA)
POLMAR 51: French Customs Cessna F406 1022 USB wkg
Marpol [French Custom station], starting investigation
mission. (07Mar06) (RRE)
TXX2: Spanish Guardia Civil Valdemoro 1828 ALE/USB
Sounding. Also 5352 and 5865 kHz. (05Mar06) (RGA)
: Possibly CCOA Taverny 2005 USB giving orders to
execute missions. (exercise Poker 2006 1)
(07Mar06) (RRE)
1HG: MRC Army 1954 2025 ALE/USB clng 9RY 39 tones
modem with DLP (17Mar06) (MAL)
9HE: RN vessel 1345 USB wkg Boulmer [RAF CRC],
JAAWSC circuit, cross tell. (exercise Neptune Warrior 061)
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WUN-v12
(06Mar06) (RRE)
BOULMER: RAF CRC 1145 USB wkg 2HN [RN vessel],
Cross-Tell exercise, all west coast activities.
(14Mar06) (RRE)
INAS30P: Sonatrach ALG In Amenas 0535 ALE/LSB
(10Mar06) (MAL)
OHT30P: Sonatrach ALG Ohanet 0255 ALE/LSB (11Mar06) (MAL)
RNOUSLR1: Sonatrach ALG Rhorde El Nouss 0432 ALE/LSB
(10Mar06) (MAL)
RAF VOLMET: London Military Swanwick 2041 USB YL
robot with weather actuals. (04Mar06) (RGA)
0XA: UNID 2015 USB clg K1B radio check over. This is
0XA nothing heard out. (22Feb06) (piri)
0XA: UNID 2015 USB/VOICE clg K1B radiocheck over
This is 0XA nothing heard out. (22FEB06) (piri)
unid: 1432 USB net in RR. probably 4 or 5 f and 2 or
3 m stns, formal sounding, all strong, 1 m sounding like
from an aircraft. (21-Feb-06) (MB3)
MOBILE2: Polish MoI/R&S net 1852 ALE/USB clg
WARSZAWA2 who responds (23Feb06) (KB)
: MX Channel marker "R" 2237 CW (21Feb06) (AB)
: Unid 1926 CW V(s) NW NW Ä Ä 03211 Ä Ä 18320 Ä Ä
73810 NW NW Ä Ä 03211 Ä Ä 18320 Ä Ä 73810 K. NW NW NW Ä Ä Ä
67731 Ä Ä 28179 ... (05Mar06) (RGA)
HQ9F: cw HQ9F 3rd harmonic of original freq of
1825.9Khz very loud here -tnks Bohemian on 2006-03-14 @
06:52:56 UTC (V)
: UNID RUS? 2030 RTTY/20BD-Sync/50BD-Async/500. In
20bd mode idling and in 50bd mode sending the word/call
LEGENDA shift 500 Hz. Later after WY KTO SLEDITE KRIPT
SLEDITE KRIPTOGRAMMA BURAN = encrypted tfc.
(22Feb06) (piri)
UNID: RUS? 2030 RTTY 20BD Sync / 50BD Async. In 20bd
mode ideling and in 50bd mode sending the word/call LEGENDA
shift 500 Hz. Later after WY KTO SLEDITE KRIPT SLEDITE
KRIPTOGRAMMA BURAN = encrypted tfc. (22feb06) (piri)
: Oostende? Radio 0725 USB comms check with NRF and
cfg next sked at noon. Heard on several days around 0720,
always wkg "November Radio Foxtrott" (25Feb06) (KB)
NRF: Unid 0725 USB wkg Oostende? Radio (25Feb06) (KB)
Praha: 0838 USB CSA LDOC wkg unid CSA flt w/wx for
Mlada Boleslav (LKMB). (01-Mar-06) (MB3)
A7-AEC: Qatar A330 Flt QR0002 2122 HFDL Logs on to
ARINC Muharraq. (22Feb06) (RGA)
B-6053: China Eastern A340 2132 HFDL Logs on to
Muharraq. (22Feb06) (RGA)
D-ALCD: Lufthansa Cargo MD11F Flt LH8281 2044 HFDL
Posn report 5101N 01701W via Muharraq. (04Mar06) (RGA)
G-VBLU: Virgin Atlantic A340 'Soul Sister' 2132 HFDL
Logs on to Muharraq. (22Feb06) (RGA)
SAUDIA 7579: Saudia Arabian Airlines Flt 1733 USB
Working unknown LDOC station. Weather.
(15Mar06) (RGA)
: Prob Israeli Navy 1631 ISR-MODEM Like MilSTD-188-110a with short burst and preamble at start.
(10Mar06) (IB)
1KZDJANKOVIC: POL Mil Jankovicz, Kosovo 0709 ALE/USB
responding to OPERACYJNYPKW (24Feb06) (KB)
OPERACYJNYPKW: Polish Army HQ, POL, 2100, ALE,
exchge w/ 1KZDJANKOVIC, (Polish Det. Kosovo),
17-Feb-2006. (CK)
Air France 489: (SXM-CDG) 0233 USB Position/w Santa
Maria. (22Feb06) (MH)
Air Portugal 104: (EWR-LIS, A-310) 0023 USB ATC
Clearance/w New York, (22Feb06) (MH)
Alitalia 63-R: (MIA-MXP, B-777) 0026 USB Position/w
New York. (22Feb06) (MH)
American 68: (MIA-MAD, B-767) 0234 USB Position/w
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New York. (22Feb06) (MH)
05598
British Airways 24-M: (MIA-LHR, B-747) 0041 USB
Selcal Check/w New York. (22Feb06) (MH)
05598
Condor 157: 0246 USB Position/w New York. (22Feb06) (MH)
05598
Condor 254: 0020 USB Position/w New York. (22Feb06) (MH)
05598
Continental 84: (EWR-TLV, B-777) 0053 USB Selcal
Check/w New York. (22Feb06) (MH)
05598
Delta 108: (ATL-MAD, B-767) 0229 USB Position/w New
York. (22Feb06) (MH)
05598
Delta 148: (JFK-FCO, B-767) 0048 USB Selcal Check/w
New York. (22Feb06) (MH)
05598
Delta 72: (JFK-IST, B-767) 0013 USB Selcal Check/w
New York. (22Feb06) (MH)
05598
Iberia 6122: (MIA-MAD, A-340) 0243 USB Position/w
New York. (22Feb06) (MH)
05598
Iberia 6250: (JFK-MAD, A-340) 0028 USB Selcal
Check/w New York. (22Feb06) (MH)
05598
Livingston 193: Position/w New York. 0004 USB
(22Feb06) (MH)
05598
LTU 1551: (JFK-DUS, A-330) 0031 USB Selcal Check/w
New York. (22Feb06) (MH)
05598
Lufthansa 445: (ATL-FRA, A-340) 0016 USB Selcal
Check/w New York. (22Feb06) (MH)
05598
Lufthansa 463 (MIA-FRA, B-747) 2340 USB Position/w
New York. (21Feb06) (MH)
05598
Reach 044: 0029 USB Position/w New York. (22Feb06) (MH)
05598
Reach 720: 0005 USB Position/w New York. (22Feb06) (MH)
05598
United 930: (SFO-LHR, B-777) 0247 USB Position/w New
York. (22Feb06) (MH)
05600.0 HQ4: unid 2023 ALE/USB clg GHAT (20/feb/06) (sw)
05616
Air Canada 872: (YYZ-FRA. A-330) 0048 USB Selcal
Check/w Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
American 174: (RDU-LGW. B-777) 0254 USB Selcal
Check/w Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
Continental 18: (EWR-LGW. B-777) 0227 USB Selcal
Check/w Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
Continental 40: (EWR-FCO, B-767) 0109 USB Selcal
Check/w Gander, (04Mar06) (MH)
05616
Continental 40: (EWR-FCO. B-767) 0109 USB Selcal
Check/w Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
Continental 44 (EWR-MXP. B-767) 0149 USB Selcal
Check/w Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
Continental 56: (EWR-CDG. B-777) 0224 USB Selcal
Check/w Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
Continental 60: (EWR-BRU. B-767) 0222 USB Selcal
Check/w Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
Continental 74: (EWR-HAM. B-757) 0159 USB Position/w
Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
Continental 78: (EWR-ZRH, B-767) 0207 USB Selcal
Check/w Gander, (04Mar06) (MH)
05616
Delta 148: (JFK-FCO. B-767) 0151 USB Selcal Check/w
Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
Delta 150: (JFK-VCE, B-767 0037 USB Selcal Check/w
Gander, (04Mar06) (MH)
05616
Delta 42: (CVG-AMS, B-767) 0001 USB Selcal Check/w
Gander, (04Mar06) (MH)
05616
Delta 78: (JFK-TXL. B-767) 0200 USB Selcal Check/w
Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
Delta 84: (JFK-MXP. B-767) 0249 USB Selcal Check/w
Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
Delta 90: (JFK-BCN. B-767) 0228 USB Position/w
Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
Fed Ex 1: (CDG-MEM, MD-11) 0113 USB Selcal Check/w
Gander, (04Mar06) (MH)
05616
Fed Ex 3: (CGN-MEM. MD-11) 0118 USB Position/w
Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
Fed Ex 5: (STN-EWR. MD-11) 0100 USB Position/w
Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
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Fed Ex 5: (STN-MEM, MD-11) 0152 USB Position/w
Gander, (04Mar06) (MH)
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Fed Ex 9: (FRA-MEM, MD-11) 0145 USB Selcal Check/w
Gander, (04Mar06) (MH)
05616
LTU 567: (POP-FRA. A-330) 0105 USB Position/w
Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
N94LT: (Gulfstream) 0107 USB Position/w Gander.
(09Mar06) (MH)
05616
Northwest 42: (MSP-AMS. DC-10) 0051 USB ATC
Clearance/w Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
Northwest 52: (DTW-FRA. A-330) 0055 USB Selcal
Check/w Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
Northwest 57: (DTW-FRA, A-330) 0149 USB ATC
Clearance/w Gander, (04Mar06) (MH)
05616
Northwest 64: (EWR-AMS. DC-10) 0250 USB Position/w
Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
Reach 6002l 0059 USB Position/w Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
Reach 926: 0029 USB Position/w Gander, (04Mar06) (MH)
05616
Reach 956: Position/w Gander 0129 USB (04Mar06) (MH)
05616
United 902: (IAD-MUC. B-767) 0144 Selcal Check/w
Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
United 916: (IAD-FRA, B-747) 0201 USB Selcal Check/w
Gander, (04Mar06) (MH)
05616
United 950: (IAD-BRU, B-767) 0122 USB Selcal Check/w
Gander, (04Mar06) (MH)
05616
United 958: (ORD-LHR, B-777) 0151 USB Selcal Check/w
Gander, (04Mar06) (MH)
05616
US Air 26: (PHL-CDG. A-330) 0050 USB Selcal Check/w
Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
US Air 2: (PHL-FCO, A-330) 0158 USB Selcal Check/w
Gander, (04Mar06) (MH)
05616
US Air 2: (PHL-FCO. A-330) 021Y USB ATC Clearance/w
Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
World 173: (BRU-DAY. DC-10) 0135 USB Position/w
Gander. (09Mar06) (MH)
05616
World 920: (BRU-CHS, DC-10) 0028 USB Position/w
Gander, (04Mar06) (MH)
05680
RESCUE 125: Wkg KINLOSS RESCUE/ARCC Kinloss 1356 USB
Enroute to investigate air crash. A/c went off radar nr
Marham; last seen by Tornado aircraft. Crashed a/c had one
POB. Injured. To hospital. (20Feb06) (JB)
05684
V3F: RN vessel 0924 USB wkg Boulmer [RAF CRC],
JAAWSC circuit, cross tell, all west coast activity.
(exercise Neptune Warrior 061) (07Mar06) (RRE)
05696
: Unid Poss Spanish Navy System 1906 RTTY/2-CHANNEL
with 1000 Hz separation between channels. ACF=0.
(06Mar06) (IB)
05702
SNOOPER 1: French Navy Br.1150 1105 USB/RATT wkg FWV
[FN Nimes], voice coord for data traffic, no joy on the
RATT, qsy to secondary freq ANZ5 = 3876 .
(14Mar06) (RRE)
05704.5 B8U: Dutch Navy vessel HNLMS Willemstad 1945 USB in
contact with net control station 0FP in exercise Cold
response 06. (13Mar06) (PPA)
05707.5 2CC: Norwegian Navy vessel 1955 USB wkg 0AT, F9O
[both RNON], C6R [RNN] and 3JX [RN], Link11 coord circuit.
(08Mar06) (RRE)
05707.5 MAGIC 55: NATO E-3A 1459 USB wkg 0FP, B8U, 7UC, 3TJ,
V3W, K2Z, 2BY, I1B, Q5H, Z9U, E7H and D9E [all NATO
vessels], Link11 coord circuit. (exercise Cold Response 06)
(13Mar06) (RRE)
05732
J23: COTHEN HH-60J 2137 ALE/USB Calls LNT. Followed
by JULIET 23, (ATC Mobile) position report to CAMSLANT.
30-27N 088-03W. (15Feb06) (MJC)
05732
JULIETT 41: MH-60J, CGAS Elizabeth City 2212 USB
Airborne with 3 POB for training requests guard from
CAMSLANT. (15Feb06) (MJC)
05748
: French Air Force? 1950 RTTY 50/85 test slip with
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typos: "ceci est une mission de calorie destin au rglage de
votre rcepteur lundi [...] dimanche 301 [...] 309 janvier
[...] dcembre". Off air 2057 (22Feb06) (KB)
DRFC: German Navy minehunter M1058 "Fulda" 1918 USB
calling DHJ58 several times, no joy. (13Mar06) (RRE)
: Turkish Navy network, TUR 0826 USB/600Bd FSK,
KG-84 crypto tfc. (05Feb06) (LDO)
unid: 1338 USB a m with long xmission of 5FG in RR
(live, not synthesized). (22-Feb-06) (MB3)
YHF: [QTH?] 0231z Feb 10, 2003 USB Very weak [SN]
TXXX: Spanish Guarda Civil Madrid 1910 ALE/USB Calls
TZSM/Malaga. (05Mar06) (RGA)
AAA: Israeli AF NCS 2054 ALE/USB Sounds. (11Mar06) (RGA)
: Japan Navy Slotmachine 1545 USB also audible on
6417. 6445, 8313, 8588 and 8703.5 (27Feb06) (piri)
LFI: GW station Rogaland 1830 Dataplex (12Mar06) (MAL)
UCTC: Vessel Mozdok (Russia) 1753 ARQ Telegrams via
MurmanskRadio/UDK2 in autotelex. Followed by UCUD/Vasilyi
Lozovskji who SELCALs KTMM (3744) followed by batch of
telegrams. (05Mar06) (RGA)
S10: Unid 2233 ALE/USB Calls A20. (06Mar06) (RGA)
003669899: NOJ, USCG Kodiak, Alaska 0253 DSC (USA) To:
357948000: 3FYC9, M/T Spring Lyra (Panama) 9,549 GRT
tanker. Test acknowledge. (16Mar06) (RB)
006010001: ZSC Capetown Radio/MRCC South Africa 0036
DSC to: 215667000: Unid. Test acknowledge.
(26Feb06) (RB)
210175000: P3JQ9 M/V Nava Eliza 0237 DSC (Cyprus)
24,705 GRT Bulk Carrier. to: 210175000 (back to ship). Test
with 6215
listed. (26Feb06) (RB)
212836000: P3LA8 M/V Isadora 0048 DSC (Cyprus)
34,948 DWT Bulk Carrier to: 002191000: Lyngby Radio Denmark.
Test request. (26Feb06) (RB)
215018000: 9HZT6 M/V Stanislaw Kulczynski 0034 DSC
(Malta) 33,627 DWT Bulk Carrier. To: 002191000: Lyngby Radio
Denmark. Test request. (26Feb06) (RB)
224508000: EAVH, M/T Primo M 0331 DSC (Spain) 18,596
DWT Product tanker. To: 002191000: Lyngby Radio, Denmark.
Test request. (16Mar06) (RB)
239416000: SZWV M/T Cap Jean 0920 DSC (Greece)
147,439 DWT Tanker. To: 002191000: Lyngby Radio Denmark.
Test Request. (26Feb06) (RB)
239738000: SVXX M/T Cosmic 1153 DSC (Greece) 78,918
GRT Tanker. To: 003669919: USCG Miami. Test Request.
(26Feb06) (RB)
244796000: PGBO M/V Music 1331 DSC (Netherlands)
5,103 GRT Freighter. To: 003669997 USCG Miami. Test Request.
(26Feb06) (RB)
247585000: Unid. 0321 DSC (Italy) To: 247456000
Unid. (Italy). J3E telephony request 6240 .
(16Mar06) (RB)
248446000: 9HET6 M/V Michael S 0753 DSC (Malta)
20,252 GRT Bulk Carrier. to: 003669995: USCG CAMALANT.
Test request. Ex-Lady Lory. (26Feb06) (RB)
248711000: 9HOX6, M/T Tsunami 0252 DSC (Malta) 5,685
GRT Oil tanker. To: 003669997: USCG Miami. Test request.
(16Mar06) (RB)
249559000: 9HVD4 M/V Seminole 0031 DSC (Malta) 3,832
DWT Dry Cargo. To: 002191000: Lyngby Radio Denmark. Test
request. Ex-Fortuna I. (26Feb06) (RB)
253202000: LXRC Royal Clipper 0658 DSC (Luxembourg)
5-Masted Cruise Ship (Star Clipper). To: 003669998: USCG New
Orleans. Test Request. picture at:
http://www.starclippers.com/ships_rc.html (26Feb06) (RB)
272021000: EMSB, M/V Uyzhny 0554 DSC (Ukraine)
Unspecified Merch. to: 002191000 Lyngby Radio, Denmark.
Test request. (07Mar06) (RB)
273112700: UEIS, TH Pioner Karelii 0242 DSC (Russia)
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6,070 DWT Bulk Carrier. To: 002191000: Lyngby Radio,
Denmark. Test request. (16Mar06) (RB)
308869000: C6MI6 M/V Toledo Carrier 0817 DSC
(Bahamas) 5,994 GWT Container/Cargo. To: 232120000: VQUQ9:
M/V Sevilla Carrier (UK) 5,994 GWT Refrigerated Cargo. J3E
Telephony request 6224. Picture:
http://www.wellandcanal.ca/salties/t/toledocarrier/carrier.h
tm (26Feb06) (RB)
311035000: Unid 1308 DSC (Bahamas) to: 003669995
USCG CAMALANT. J3E Telephony request. (26Feb06) (RB)
311231000: Unid 0039 DSC (Bahamas) to: 002241022:
Coruna Radio Spain. Test request. (26Feb06) (RB)
352899000: 3FXW3 M/T African Ruby 1340 DSC (Panama)
81,803 GRT Tanker. to: 003669995 USCG CAMALANT. Test
request. (26Feb06) (RB)
470358000: Unid 1317 DSC (United Arab Emirate) to:
003669995 USCG CAMALANT Portsmouth Va. Test request.
(26Feb06) (RB)
477845000: VRMV5 M/V Unique Alliance 0252 DSC (Hong
Kong) 87,363 GRT Bulk Carrier. To: 006010001: Capetown Radio
S. Africa. Test request. (26Feb06) (RB)
538001422: V7CB4 M/T Mercure 0718 DSC (Marshall
Islands) 18,094 GRT Product Tanker. To: 003669998: USCG New
Orleans. Test Request. Ex-Danila. (26Feb06) (RB)
538090056: V7DQ8 P&O Nedlloyd Portbury 0245 DSC
(Marshall Islands) 16,901 GRT Container Ship. To: 002240995:
Las Palmas Radio Spain. Test request. (26Feb06) (RB)
563080000: 9VEM, M/V Sealand Value 0311 DSC
(Singapore) 47,667 GRT Container ship. To: 002191000 Lyngby
Radio, Denmark. Test request. (16Mar06) (RB)
563817000: 9VAD9, M/T Bow Sky 0251 DSC (Singapore)
tanker. To: 003669998 USCG New Orleans. Test request.
(16Mar06) (RB)
636090937: A8HT9 M/T Hellespont Triumph 0016 DSC
(Liberia) 157,406 DWT Product Tanker. To: 002240994 Tarifa
Radio Spain. Test request. (26Feb06) (RB)
FUE: French Navy Brest 1222 STANAG-4285/600L/5N2
VZCZCABC001 ALL de FUE TESTING RYs SGs etc. INT ZBZ K.
(04Mar06) (RGA)
MGJ: RN Secure Bcast Control 1228 RTTY/75/340 CARBs.
Channel in VFT. Freq 6362.065 kHz. (04Mar06) (RGA)
HEB26: Global Link Berne 1154 PACTOR-2 Idlers and
Morse ID. (24Feb06) (RGA)
: Unid station 1800 STANAG-4285/USB ACF=32 (04Mar06) (MAL)
CTP: dig CTP Lisbon, Portugal (Portugese Naval) up
with NAWS call tape rtty 850/75 on 2006-03-12 @ 04:57:48
UTC (V)
AQP4: Karachi Naval Radio Pakistan 2049 CW V(s)
AQP2/4. (13Mar06) (RGA)
OPERACYJNYPKW: Polish Army Warsaw 2107 ALE/USB Calls
1KZDJANKOVIC/Polish Military Jankovicz Kosovo who responds.
(11Mar06) (RGA)
9MR: Malay Navrad 1745 RTTY/50/850 5LG (31/Jan/06) (RH2)
UWS3: KievRadio 2101 CW Working Anatoliy
Zheleznyakow/UREY and Leopard/USGO in fast Morse.
(13Mar06) (RGA)
unid: 1542 USB a m stn (sounds like "Limal") keeps
calling another (sounds like "Tarika") in a Scandinavian
language but gets no reply. (27-Feb-06) (MB3)
CFH: CanForce Halifax NS Canada 2109 FAX/120/576
Poor chart. In STANAG-4285 QRM. (13Mar06) (RGA)
VTP13/14: IN Vishakhapatnam 1754 RTTY/50/850 RY/ID
(31/Jan/06) (RH2)
FTEROI: Frigate F-40 Niteroi Brazillian Navy 2222
ALE/USB Calls ERMSAL/Brazillian Naval Radio Salvador.
(06Mar06) (RGA)
unid: 0851 USB 2 m in FF chatting about eating,
fishing and other 'pleasures of life'. (24-Feb-06) (MB3)
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06535.0 Dakar oca: usb Dakar OAC wkg various A/C on
2006-03-09 @ 06:49:57 UTC (V)
06628
VDA374: Volga-Dneipr Flt 0240 USB Working NYC. Bound
Rota, Spain. No SELCAL capability. maintaining listening
watch on 6628 and 8874. (28Feb06) (BC)
06640.0 AIRNC: usb AIRNC in comms with Continental 473 with
MedLink physician regarding passenger with upper abdominal
distress on 2006-03-10 @ 01:44:53 UTC (V)
06688
MUSHROOM: FAF E-3F 2059 USB wkg Hélène [CCOA
Taverny], kicking to RO945 = 03831.5 for TACON. (exercise
Poker 2006 1) (07Mar06) (RRE)
06697
B0X: NRN P-3C [German crew] 1310 USB wkg MKL,
reporting ops normal, relay to PBV. (06Mar06) (RRE)
06697
MKL: Royal Air Force 1546 USB wkg B0Y with rdo
check, then both into slow RTTY-like sounding digi mode.
(21-Feb-06) (MB3)
06697
ONE PUNCH: EAM Bcast 0652 USB Q3XXXR... heard some
laughing in the background... nil hrd on 8776.
(10Mar06) (BC)
06697.0 One Punch: usb ONE PUNCH (poss USAF TACAMO a/c)
with 28 char EAM Q3XXXR, nil hrd on reported paralell of
8776 on 2006-03-10 @ 06:57:08 UTC (V)
06721
: Unid 1520 LSB, 1 m shouting more than saying brief
messages in unid language (poss. Albainan). Garbled highpitched audio. No other stn hrd. (21-Feb-06) (MB3)
06727
MAGIC 55: NATO E-3A 1401 USB/RATT wkg JWT [RDN
Stavanger], voice coord for data traffic. (exercise Cold
Response 06) (13Mar06) (RRE)
06730
Almaty Volmet: 1518 USB av'n wx in RR for Samarkand
& other airports. (21-Feb-06) (MB3)
06730
DAF 080: Danish AF CL-604 1303 USB wkg Primrose [DAF
Karup], req another freq to avoid interference with R3R and
DHJ59, qsy 4467 . (13Mar06) (RRE)
06730
R3R: German Navy Br.1150 1259 USB/RATT wkg DHJ59 [GN
Wilhelmshaven], voice coord for data traffic, problems with
the RATT, sorting things out. (13Mar06) (RRE)
06730
R3R: German Navy Br.1150 1359 USB wkg DHJ59 [GN
Wilhelmshaven], reporting ops normal in position 5458N01332E, on
task at time 1320z in position 5410N01159E,
reporting off task at 1405z. (13Mar06) (RRE)
06733
XENON D: French Navy F-50M 1809 USB wkg IDR [ITN
Roma], reporting ops normal. (15Mar06) (RRE)
06754.0 CHR: usb CHR Trenton Military VOLMET but all the
reports were -no report received- on 2006-03-15 @ 07:30:03
UTC (V)
06770
MDN: ALG MDN 0840 ALE/USB clg UM52 (14Mar06) (KK)
06770
STATIONA: R&S Station Loc? 1226 ALE/USB clg STATIONB
(16Mar06) (KK)
06770
STATIONA: R&S Station Loc? 1229 ALE/USB clg STATIONB
(16Mar06) (KK)
06771
DIAMANTI: ALB MOI 2130 ALE/USB clg DRINI (08Mar06) (KK)
06775
ANTARCTO: TUN Mil 0650 ALE/USB clg HAMZACTO
(08Mar06) (KK)
06775
CENTR1: Rom MfA Bucuresti 0938 ALE/USB/MIL-188-141A
clg KPF: rom. Embassy (08Mar06) (KK)
06775
HAMZACTO: TUN Mil 0635 ALE/USB clg HAMZACTO
(08Mar06) (KK)
06777.2 DRFJ: M 1096 "PASSAU" [3. MG Olpenitz] 0652
USB/Stanag-4285 wkg Five-Niner: GNy Wilhlmshaven
(09Mar06) (KK)
06790
B4J: Unid 2148 ALE/LSB (09Mar06) (MAL)
06790
HR: Sonatrach ALG Rhorde Hassi R'Mel 0939 ALE/LSB
(11Mar06) (MAL)
06790
HR: Sonatrach ALG Rhorde Hassi R'Mel 1642 ALE/LSB
(11Mar06) (MAL)
06790
RNOUSLR1: Sonatrach ALG Rhorde El Nouss 1930 ALE/LSB
(09Mar06) (MAL)
06796
TWBE2: Spanish Guarda Civil Teruel 2110 ALE/USB
Pagina 237
06807.0
06840
06840.5
06862
06865.2
06870
06870
06876.0
06881.6
06886.0
06911.5
06918.1
06957
06957
06958.3
06960
06960.3
06980
06981
06983.0
06983.0
06985.0
06990.5
06991
06993.9
06993.9
06994
07018
07038.7
07039
WUN-v12
Calls TXX2 Valdemoro. (11Mar06) (RGA)
CENTR3: MfA Bucuresti 0555 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg
UMC: romanian Emb. (23/FEB/06) (KK)
NYZ: Enigma M89 2120 CW Q2M de NYZ VVV. // 4860
(22Feb06) (RGA)
FDY: FAF Orleans 1440 RTTY/50/360 Marker: "TEST DE
FDY VOYEZ LE BRICK..." (15Mar06) (KK)
: UNID Chinese MIL or diplo, CHN? 1606 LSB/4+4/8 x
75Bd QPSK, idle+tfc., strong signal (05Feb06) (LDO)
No Call: unid 0535 Rtty 50Bd/1000Hz "MF30/ 95
NR-0554 W-0142 31,45,66,79," 5fGs "MF300/ 95 NR-0556 W-0182
31,45,66,79 5fGs.... (23/FEB/06) (KK)
CCM41: Prob Venezualan Military 2217 ALE/USB Calls
CCM. (06Mar06) (RGA)
CCM83: Prob Venezualan Military 2212 ALE/USB Calls
CGSE3. (06Mar06) (RGA)
M12: cw M12: 691 691 691 1 / 1926 135 1926 135
(0520/0530z) on 2006-03-13 @ 05:24:36 UTC (V)
No Call: unid Fronet Station 0955 P-I/Ham 100Bd
<Calling:F61HAA>: VB Västerbotten, connect and P-III
(19/FEB/06) (KK)
AFALMUIAFALE: unid IAF 1754 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg
MODIAFALE (23/FEB/06) (KK)
R24427: dig R24427 clg T498MD both unID in USB ALE
@ 0207 on 2006-03-15 @ 03:27:03 UTC (V)
1216: Prob Egyptian Border Guard 2004 ALE/USB
Sounding. (26Feb06) (RGA)
MOBILE2: R&S/MOI Net Poland 2032 ALE/USB Sounds.
(26Feb06) (RGA)
WARSAWA3: R&S/MOI Net Warsaw 2013 ALE/USB Sounds.
MOBILE2 also. (11Mar06) (RGA)
No Call: unid Fronet Station, S. 1053 P-I/Ham 100Bd
<Calling:F48HLZ>: VB Västmanland, no connect
(19/FEB/06) (KK)
: Unid Illicit 1730 USB In the noise, male not
English, maybe S06 Russian. A search through the database only
brings out E03 on 6959. (15Mar06) (DJ)
No Call: unid Fronet Station, S. 1048 P-I/Ham 100Bd
<Calling:F34HUW>: Nordvästra Götaland, no connect
(19/FEB/06) (KK)
unid: 1046 USB 2 m chatting casually in FF
(02-Mar-06) (MB3)
ZAV4: Russian Military 1402 CW ZAV4 OK QRJ NO QYT6
K. ZAV4 OK ZQK ZBF ZBU QYT6 K. ZAV4 OK QTA ZQK ZBF ZBU QYT6
K. NL5O de LX1C K. 2GJC K. This is a QSX freq for NCS NL5O.
DM9Z and 1ZMV also seen. (Tks Kristian). (05Mar06)(RGA)
3BT: Georgian Mil 1541 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg
LAZERI2 (18/FEB/06) (KK)
GV1: Georgian Mil 1542 USB ALE/MIL-188-141A clg
RAINDI (18/FEB/06) (KK)
877: Georgian Border Guards, SDPSF 1558 USB
ALE/MIL-188-141A clg 765 (18/FEB/06) (KK)
OEY41: Austrian Mil 1404 ALE/USB/MIL-188-141A clg
OEY52, 39tone Modem (09Mar06) (KK)
BBT: Unid 1836 ALE/USB Sounds. (22Feb06) (RGA)
MFJ04: Sea Cadet Corps 1020 Sitor-Fec/100Bd/170Hz
"MFM01 DE MFJ04 - RR YOUR RELAY DAT/99/318 DAT/99/317 ALL
ZBZ5 ZRA1 - KK, back in Voice on 6992.5kHz
(19/FEB/06) (KK)
MRF19: Sea Cadet Corps 1017 Sitor-Fec/100Bd/170Hz
"MFJ04 DE MRF19 NR DAT/99/317 RR 190930Z FEB 06 UNCLASS
SIC MET" (19/FEB/06) (KK)
WARSZAWA3: R&S/MOI Net Warsaw 2030 ALE/USB Sounds.
(26Feb06) (RGA)
REA4: Air Force HQ Moscow 1410 MORSE/--/1000 Idling
50 Baud reversals. (23Feb06) (RGA)
: MX Cluster beacon "D" 2249 CW (21Feb06) (AB)
S: ARKHANGELSK BEACON 1910 CW (06Mar06) (FC)
Pagina 238
WUN-v12
07039.1 : MX Cluster beacon "A" 2249 CW (21Feb06) (AB)
07039.1 A: MX Cluster Beacon "A" 2041 CW (22Feb06) (AB)
07313.6 AFA2CV: usb MARS net AFA2CV, AFA2AJ, and others. on
2006-03-10 @ 13:34:25 UTC (V)
07335
CHU: TS Ottawa, CAN 2127 A2A/H3E/USB (08Mar06) (KK)
07500
2603: Carabineri, I. 0834 ALE/USB clg 2009 (14Mar06) (KK)
07500
2603: Carabineri, I. 0839 ALE/USB clg 0200 (14Mar06) (KK)
07512
STATIONA: R&S Station Loc? 1229 ALE/USB clg STATIONB
(16Mar06) (KK)
07527
J18: COTHEN Clg LNT 1325 ALE/USB Followed by JULIET
18 (HH-60J, CGAS Clearwater) airborne with 6 POB for
training requests guard from CAMSLANT.
(15Feb06) (MJC)
07597
CLC24: VEN Mil 2241 ALE/USB clg SCLC212 (13Mar06) (KK)
07597
CLC24: VEN Mil 2306 ALE/USB clg SCLC212 (13Mar06) (KK)
07597
CLC25: VEN Mil 2321 ALE/USB clg SCLC251 (13Mar06) (KK)
07597
SCLC251: VEN Mil 0009 ALE/USB clg CLC25 (13Mar06) (KK)
07641
MJMD: Poss Serb Military 1735 ALE/USB Calls 4N7R. (22Feb06) (RGA)
07645
: Unid 2005 LINK-11 Data transmission. (15Feb06) (MJC)
07646
DDH7: Hamburg Meteo D 1639 MRTTY/50/450 WX reports
(05Mar06) (piri)
07650.0 No Call: unid 1133 R&S PSK/2400Bd (19/FEB/06) (KK)
07671.5 : Unid FAF 1942 RTTY/50/170 with a strange testtape:
Ceci est une mission de calorie destin au r‚glage de votre
r‚cepteur lundi mardi mercredi jeudi vendredi samedi dimanche 301
202 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 janvier f‚vrier
mars avril mai juin julliet ao–t septembre octobre novembre
d‚cembre. (23Feb06) (piri)
07671.5 FAF: F? 1942 RTTY 50BD 170Hz with a strange testtape
(23FEB06) (piri)
07671.5 No Call: unid FAF 1350 Rtty 50Bd/85Hz (19/FEB/06) (KK)
07675.5 : unid spanish? Prirates 2030 LSB/SSTV Mode?
changing SSTV-Pics, no Joy with MixW and MMsstv Ver.1 6
(08Mar06) (KK)
07691
: Unid 2132 UNID/38.5/125 If it's Morse it's not
Morse as we know it. (23Feb06) (RGA)
07697
: Unid 2123 REVS/20/200 Intermittent. Jamming an
(unreadable) CW signal. (23Feb06) (RGA)
07697
: UNID RUS? 1635 RTTY/20/500 and RTTY/50/500 20Bd
mode sync and 50bd Async tfc mode. Kriptograma tfc M2 - 3rd
shift - Latin alphabet. See text below. (23Feb06) (piri)
07697.0 UNID: RUS? 1635 RTTY 20/50 500HZ 20BD mode sync and
50bd Async tfc mode. Kriptograma tfc M2 - 3rd shift Latin
alphabet. See text below. (23FEB06) (piri)
07701
USN7: Chinese Militqary 0657 CW nr 36t ck 4t 26 t217
152t = 6tu4 u34t a437 u475 u6d5 4uat 3ud6 dt6a dn66 d3n5
a3dt 75t4 t5ut 4335 3ut3 unnt 543a d63a 5nt5 nd36 a73a t34t
ua6a u66a 765a 4735 4643 ndt5 46nd nat4 duu4 37a3 ud45 t7du
6746 5n73 5673 5d45 7376 3343 ar de usn7 usb usb usb. <far
opchat in chinese> (18FEB06) (IB)
07739
OHT30P: Sonatrach ALG Ohanet 1931 ALE/LSB (09Mar06) (MAL)
07739
OHT30P: Sonatrach Ohanet Algeria 1734 ALE/LSB
Sounding. (05Mar06) (RGA)
07739
RNOUSLR1: Sonatrach ALG Rhorde El Nouss 0628 ALE/LSB
(10Mar06) (MAL)
07739
RNOUSLR1: Sonatrach Net Rhourde Nouss LR1 Pipeline
2111 ALE/LSB Sounding. (06Mar06) (RGA)
07756
: presumed FN Paris F 2230 RTTY/100/850r msg from
RFFLACG FN Paris Charles de gaulle to Riyadh about link
status (10Mar06) (PPA)
07763
: CIS Military 2148 MS-5/4800/DPSK/USB Enciphered
vocoder. W/w 8396 kHz? (19Feb06) (RGA)
07785
HA4 : Unid ALG MOI 0830 ALE/USB HA51 (11Mar06) (MAL)
07785
HA40: Unid ALG MOI 1521 ALE/USB HA5 (12Mar06) (MAL)
07785
HA40: Unid ALG MOI 1803 ALE/USB HA51 (11Mar06) (MAL)
07785
HA48: Unid ALG MOI 0635 ALE/USB HA51 (11Mar06) (MAL)
07785
HA48: Unid ALG MOI 0638 ALE/USB HA40 (10Mar06) (MAL)
07785
HA48: Unid ALG MOI 0828 ALE/USB HA50 (11Mar06) (MAL)
Pagina 239
WUN-v12
HA48: Unid ALG MOI 0833 ALE/USB HA51 (11Mar06) (MAL)
HA48: Unid ALG MOI 1539 ALE/USB HA43 (11Mar06) (MAL)
HA48: Unid ALG MOI 1546 ALE/USB HA43 (11Mar06) (MAL)
HA48: Unid ALG MOI 1901 ALE/USB HA40 (09Mar06) (MAL)
HA52: Unid ALG MOI 2117 ALE/USB UM42 (11Mar06) (MAL)
IVH : Unid ALG MOI 2116 ALE/USB UM4 (11Mar06) (MAL)
LZ45: Unid ALG MOI 0806 ALE/USB LZ43 (10Mar06) (MAL)
LZ5 : Unid ALG MOI 0614 ALE/USB LZ51 (10Mar06) (MAL)
LZ50: Algerian Military/MOI 2106 ALE/USB Calls LZ40.
(06Mar06) (RGA)
07785
LZ50: Unid ALG MOI 0557 ALE/USB LZ51 (10Mar06) (MAL)
07785
LZ50: Unid ALG MOI 0558 ALE/USB LZ51 (11Mar06) (MAL)
07785
LZ50: Unid ALG MOI 0600 ALE/USB LZ51 (10Mar06) (MAL)
07785
LZ50: Unid ALG MOI 0601 ALE/USB LZ51 (11Mar06) (MAL)
07785
LZ50: Unid ALG MOI 0607 ALE/USB LZ51 (10Mar06) (MAL)
07785
LZ50: Unid ALG MOI 1145 ALE/USB UM42 (11Mar06) (MAL)
07785
LZ51: Unid ALG MOI 0616 ALE/USB LZ50 (10Mar06) (MAL)
07785
LZ51: Unid ALG MOI 0616 ALE/USB LZ50 (11Mar06) (MAL)
07785
MDN: Ministère de la Défence Nationale Algiers 2139
ALE/USB Calls LZ54. (06Mar06) (RGA)
07785
UM4 : Unid ALG MOI 1304 ALE/USB HA46 (12Mar06) (MAL)
07785
UM42: Algerian MOI/Military 2141 ALE/USB Calls LZ43.
(06Mar06) (RGA)
07801.0 8401: Unid 2137 ALE/USB sndg. (20/feb/06) (sw)
07848
AAA: Israeli AF NCS 2158 ALE/USB Sounding. (06Mar06) (RGA)
07849
CCM21: VEN Mil 2358 ALE/USB clg CGSE3 (06Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM23: VEN Mil 0004 ALE/USB clg CCM83 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM23: VEN Mil 0009 ALE/USB clg CGSE1 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM23: VEN Mil 0018 ALE/USB clg CGSE1 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM23: VEN Mil 0022 ALE/USB clg CCM83 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM23: VEN Mil 0027 ALE/USB clg CGSE1 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM23: VEN Mil 0031 ALE/USB clg CCM83 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM41: VEN Mil 0003 ALE/USB clg CGPR2 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM41: VEN Mil 0007 ALE/USB clg CCM13 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM41: VEN Mil 0012 ALE/USB clg CCM33 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM41: VEN Mil 0021 ALE/USB clg CCM33 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM41: VEN Mil 0025 ALE/USB clg CCM63 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM41: VEN Mil 0030 ALE/USB clg CCM33 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM41: VEN Mil 0034 ALE/USB clg CCM63 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM41: VEN Mil 0039 ALE/USB clg CCM33 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM41: VEN Mil 0043 ALE/USB clg CCM63 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM41: VEN Mil 0120 ALE/USB clg CCM23 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM41: VEN Mil 0129 ALE/USB clg CCM21 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM41: VEN Mil 0133 ALE/USB SND (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM41: VEN Mil 0138 ALE/USB clg CCM21 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM41: VEN Mil 2349 ALE/USB clg CCM13 (06Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM41: VEN Mil 2354 ALE/USB clg CGPR2 (06Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM41: VEN Mil 2358 ALE/USB clg CCM13 (06Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM43: VEN Mil 0002 ALE/USB clg CCM23 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM43: VEN Mil 0007 ALE/USB clg CGPR1 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM43: VEN Mil 0020 ALE/USB clg CCM11 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM43: VEN Mil 0025 ALE/USB clg CGSE1 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM43: VEN Mil 0033 ALE/USB clg CGSE1 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM43: VEN Mil 0038 ALE/USB clg CCM11 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM43: VEN Mil 0042 ALE/USB clg CGSE1 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM43: VEN Mil 0047 ALE/USB clg CGSE2 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM43: VEN Mil 0051 ALE/USB clg CGSE1 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM43: VEN Mil 0145 ALE/USB clg CCM71 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM43: VEN Mil 2349 ALE/USB clg CGPR1 (06Mar06) (KK)
07849
CCM43: VEN Mil 2353 ALE/USB clg CCM23 (06Mar06) (KK)
07849
CGS: Prob Venezualan Military 2148 ALE/USB Calls
CCM. (06Mar06) (RGA)
07849
CGSE3: VEN Mil 0008 ALE/USB clg CCM71 (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CGSE3: VEN Mil 2347 ALE/USB clg CCM81 (06Mar06) (KK)
07849
CGSE3: VEN Mil 2351 ALE/USB clg CCM71 (06Mar06) (KK)
07849
CGSE3: VEN Mil 2356 ALE/USB clg CCM81 (06Mar06) (KK)
07849
CRC2M: VEN Mil 0157 ALE/USB clg CLC25M (07Mar06) (KK)
07849
CRC2M: VEN Mil 2356 ALE/USB clg CLC25M (06Mar06) (KK)
Pagina 240
07785
07785
07785
07785
07785
07785
07785
07785
07785
07872
07872
07890.0
07900.0
07900.0
07909.0
07927.3
07938.0
07938.0
07938.0
07960
07960.0
07969
07969
07974
07974
07981.4
07984
07994
08000.0
08000.0
08000.0
08000.0
08010
08010
08010
08010
08010
08023
08025.0
08060
08072.0
08072.0
08097.0
08108.5
08108.5
08126.4
081264
08129
08130
WUN-v12
CUKIERNIA: Pol Mil "Camp Echo" IRQ 1932
ALE/USB/MIL-188-141A clg LCR152 (08Mar06) (KK)
STYGMAT: Polish Army 1716 ALE/USB Calls CUKIERNIA.
(26Feb06) (RGA)
RS002: Mkd-Mil 1134 ALE/USB clg CS001 (21/feb/06) (sw)
Unid: unid 2030 ALE/USB clg MOB (20/feb/06) (sw)
Unid: unid 2048 ALE/USB clg MOBILE14 (20/feb/06) (sw)
TRIPOLI: Western Libyan Gas Project Tripoli LBY 0624
USB/ALE TO BALTAZAR (Unid) (17FEB06) (piri)
714: Unid Illicit 2102 CW Repeating 714 call then =
= 257 257 20 20 = 11914 61714 ... 61615 13584 = = 714 etc.
(23Feb06) (RGA)
CS0: Mkd-Mil 1129 ALE/USB clg RS005 (21/feb/06) (sw)
RS002: Mkd-Mil 1127 ALE/USB sndg. (21/feb/06) (sw)
RS0: Mkd-Mil 1134 ALE/USB clg CS001 (21/feb/06) (sw)
FDG: FAF Bordeaux F 1521 CW vvv de fdg ar (27Feb06) (piri)
MOB2MSS: Czech or Romanian MOI/Police/Military 0545
USB/ALE TO OKROKANMSS (17FEB06) (piri)
HR: Sonatrach ALG Rhorde Hassi R'Mel 0801 ALE/USB
(10Mar06) (MAL)
NKT: ALG MFA emb Nouakchott 1430 ALE/USB (11Mar06) (MAL)
0QA: unid 1730 USB stops enemy tracking with station
2SO to continue further contacts on UHF (05Mar06) (PPA)
2SO: unid 1730 USB US accented military in contact
with german accented 0QA (05Mar06) (PPA)
WDC6870: "TAPAKI" USA 2340 P-I/100Bd clg KZN508:
SailMail Rockhill, SC "de wdc6870" 2x than P-III
(06Mar06) (KK)
: Slavic? Numberstation 1040 USB fem. Voice, sounds
like "Vossim, Pitjorka, Troika, Voica, Check, Sim, Sim,
Sim... (09Mar06) (KK)
: Russian Air Defence Plot Stn 1359 CW
1117002__944656 = 991658??0????? = 991659??0????? (Tks
Kristian). (05Mar06) (RGA)
2046: Ita-Carabinieri 1510 ALE/USB clg 2506
(21/feb/06) (sw)
2506: Ita-Carabinieri 1510 ALE/USB clg 2046
(21/feb/06) (sw)
2506: Ita-Carabinieri 1516 ALE/USB clg 0100
(21/feb/06) (sw)
2506: Ita-Carabinieri 1517 ALE/USB clg 2004
(21/feb/06) (sw)
JB12: Unid ALG MOI 1927 ALE/USB clng JB16 (11Mar06) (MAL)
JB20: Unid ALG MOI 2109 ALE/USB clng UM12 (11Mar06) (MAL)
UM12: Unid ALG MOI 0733 ALE/USB clng JB12 (10Mar06) (MAL)
UM12: Unid ALG MOI 0759 ALE/USB clng JB20 (10Mar06) (MAL)
UM12: Unid ALG MOI 1007 ALE/USB clng JB19 (11Mar06) (MAL)
043CDCS42: Probable US Center for Disease Control
station 1705 ALE/LSB Also on Texas Public Health Net
frequencies 4757 & 9414.5 USB ALE (08Mar06) (JLM)
Unid: usb ALE sounding 9999 .. roughly every 30
minutes. on 2006-03-09 @ 13:53:32 UTC (V)
DELTA: Prob Mexican Army 0512 ALE/USB Calls OMEGA.
(06Mar06) (BC)
1800: Ita-Carabinieri 1533 ALE/LSB sndg. (21/feb/06) (sw)
Unid: Ita-Carabinieri 1521 ALE/LSB clg 080
(21/feb/06) (sw)
V2A:am V2a in prgress w/good levels on 2006-03-09 @
06:45:12 UTC (V)
XJV: UNID 1332 ALE/USB TO XSS (21Feb06) (piri)
XSS: UNIF 1332 ALE/USB TO XJV (21Feb06) (piri)
XSS: Unid 'XSS' Net 1708 ALE/USB Sounding 8126.4 and
2199 kHz. (22Feb06) (RGA)
XJV: Unid 'XSS' Net 1953 ALE/USB Calls XSS.
(11Mar06) (RGA)
GADARAF: UNJLC GEDAREF? SDN 2034 ALE/USB TWS
(20Feb06) (piri)
BJ22: Unid ALG MOI 1545 ALE/USB clng UM22 (11Mar06) (MAL)
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UM2 : Unid ALG MOI 1242 ALE/USB clng XT23 (12Mar06) (MAL)
UM2 : Unid ALG MOI 1246 ALE/USB clng JE23 (12Mar06) (MAL)
UM22: Unid ALG MOI 1044 ALE/USB clng BJ23 (11Mar06) (MAL)
CLC24: VEN Mil 2248 ALE/USB clg SCLC212 (13Mar06) (KK)
TNS: ALG Emb Tunis 1446 ALE/USB clg MAE Algers
(25Feb06) (KB)
V2a: am V2a in progress w/good levels on
2006-03-15 @ 07:16:34 UTC (V)
BMP: Taipei Met 1745 FAX/120/576 Poor copy.
(22/Jan/06) (RH2)
TSULTAN: PAKNAVY SHIP TIPPU SULTAN F186 1823 ALE/USB
TO NRS (21Feb06) (piri)
IGJ :Italian navy Augusta I 1218
STANAG-4285/600L/RTTY/5N1 IDR2/IGJ42/IGJ49/IDR4/IDR3/IGJ44
(05Mar06) (PPA)
035: Prob Israeli AF 1847 ALE/USB Calls 100.
(11Mar06) (RGA)
BABINA: Alb-Mil 1106 ALE/USB clg SHEBENIKU
(21/feb/06) (sw)
9MR: MN Johor Baharu MLA 2005 RTTY/50/850E plain
language messages in Malay. (23Feb06) (piri)
9MR: MN Johor Baharu MLA 2005 RTTY 50 850Hz
ERECT plain Malayan Messages. (23FEB06) (piri)
9MR: MN Johor Baharu MLA 2005 RTTY/50/850INV plain
language messages in Malay. (23Feb06) (piri)
9MR: MN Johor Baharu MLA 2005 RTTY 50 850Hz INVERT
plain Malayan messages (23FEB06) (piri)
Unid: lsb unid: MIL-STD-188-110A serial tone
bursts, 300/600/1200 BPS short interleaving, encrypted on
2006-03-12 @ 11:43:06 UTC (V)
Unid: lsb unid: MIL-STD-188-110B serial tone
bursts, 2400/3200/4800/6400/8000 BPS encrypted, then change
mode to 110A on 2006-03-12 @ 11:42:20 UTC (V)
PNME5: Venezuelan Naval River Post Rio Meta VEN 0315
ALE/LSB TO PNFA5 Venezuelan Naval Riverine Post No 5, Rio
Orinoco-Apure (23Feb06) (piri)
PNME5: Venezuelan Naval River Post Rio Meta VEN 0315
LSB/ALE TO PNFA5 Venezuelan Naval Riverine Post #5 Rio
Orinoco-Apure (23FEB06) (piri)
VTP: Indian Navy Vishakhapatnam 2017 RTTY/50/850
Calls VTP13/14 RBSL VNR. (04Mar06) (RGA)
6WW: dig 6WW French Naval, Dakar up with RY & -le
brick geant- call tape rtty 850/75 on 2006-03-12 @ 04:48:33
UTC (V)
NRS: PAK NAVRADSTA? 0330 ALE/USB TO TIPPU SULTAN,
F186 (24Feb06) (piri)
: UNID 1642 CW msg with shortened figures nr 1 ck 40
4/1730 = A4DT7 DA4NS 5N6U4....... All groups twice.
(05Mar06) (piri)
AAA: UNID 2241 ALE/USB Sounding (22Feb06) (piri)
AAA: UNID 2241 USB/ALE Sounding (22FEB06) (piri)
:[QTH?] 1310z Feb 9, 2006 USB Spanish traffic net [SN]
V22: am V22: Beijing calling, no message on
2006-03-16 @ 14:31:31 UTC by Sferix in Taipei Taiwan
344: UNID 1852 ALE/USB TO 00 (22Feb06) (piri)
762: UNID 1753 ALE/USB TO 205 (22Feb06) (piri)
344: UNID 1852 USB/ALE TO 00 (22FEB06) (piri)
762: UNID 1753 USB/ALE TO 205 (22FEB06) (piri)
210: SNGNAVY SHIP L21 Endeavour 0225 ALE/USB TO TF1
(23Feb06) (piri)
210: SNGNAVY SHIP L21 Endeavour 0225 USB/ALE TO TF1
(23FEB06) (piri)
: CIS Military 2144 MS-5/4800/DPSK/USB Enciphered
vocoder. (19Feb06) (RGA)
2DIVIAFALE: 2 Div Italian AF 1542 ALE TO IGFIAFALE
/Unid. (23Feb06) (piri)
AFALMUIAFALE: Unid Italian AF 1756 ALE/USB TO
MODIAFALE/Unid. (23Feb06) (piri)
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08413.0 2DIVIAFALE: Italian AF? 1542 USB/ALE TO IGFIAFALE
(23FEB06) (piri)
08413.0 AFALMUIAFALE: Italian AF? 1756 USB/ALE TO MODIAFALE
(23FEB06) (piri)
08414.5 002050480: Oostende Radio (safety) from 309674000
CEC CONWAY/C6OE7test REQ [06-03-10 11:45:16] (RW)
08414.5 002275300: Corsen - CROSS (safety) from 354509000
IVS NIGHTJAR/H9MG-PNR test REQ [06-03-10 09:02:32] (RW)
08414.5 002320001: Shetland CG (safety)from 477824000 DARYA
TARA/VRWS5 test REQ [06-03-10 12:30:32] (RW)
08414.5 002500300: Dublin CGR (safety) from 351750000
SEABAISEN/3FWU7 test REQ [06-03-10 12:09:09] (RW)
08414.5 002640570: Constanta (safety) from 412320000 TAI BAI
HAI/BONF test REQ [06-03-10 12:25:53] (RW)
08414.5 003669990: NMC USCG CAMSPAC Point Reyes 1443 DSC
(USA) to: 247102700: IBGQ M/V Grande Lagos (Italy) 44,410
GRT Freighter. Test acknowledge. (26Feb06) (RB)
08414.5 003669990: NMC USCG CAMSPAC Point Reyes 2212 DSC
(USA) to: 354132000: H9HA M/V Cape Heron (Panama) 88,494 GRT
Freighter. Test acknowledge. (26Feb06) (RB)
08414.5 211744000: HOUSTON EXPRESS/DCCR2 (safety) from
002191000 Lyngby test ACK [06-03-10 12:56:24] (RW)
08414.5 239018000: SVQY M/V Olympic Miracle 2217 DSC
(Greece) to: 002241078: Madrid Radio Spain. Test request.
Also calls Olympia Radio. (26Feb06) (RB)
08414.5 239961000: SYLP M/T Patris 2333 DSC (Greece) Tanker.
To: 003669997 USCG Miami. Test request. (26Feb06) (RB)
08414.5 240068000: SXWY M/T Parthenon 2201 DSC (Greece)
Tanker. To: 003669997: USCG Miami. Test request.
(26Feb06) (RB)
08414.5 257642000: LAEZ6 M/T Torm Emlie 2109 DSC (Norway)
42,484 DWT Oil Tanker. To: 003669997: USCG Miami. Test
request. (26Feb06) (RB)
08414.5 277169000: LYMK M/V Seda 2203 DSC (Lithuania)
Freighter. To: 003669997: USCG Miami. Test Request.
(26Feb06) (RB)
08414.5 308156000: C6KR7 M/V Alcazar Carrier 2335 DSC
(Bahamas) General Cargo. To: 003669995: USCG CAMALANT. Test
request. (26Feb06) (RB)
08414.5 308512000: C6LU4 M/V Hood Island 2304 DSC (Bahamas)
To: 224251000 EBSQ: M/V Filippo Brunelleschi (Spain). J3E
Telephony Request 12353 . (26Feb06) (RB)
08414.5 311916000: Unid 1448 DSC (Bahamas) to: 006010001
ZSC: Capetown Radio S.Africa. Test request.
(26Feb06) (RB)
08414.5 353939000: 3FMN4 M/V Navios Geminis 2308 DSC
(Panama) 36,074 GRT Bulk Carrier. To: 002241078: Madrid
Radio Spain. Test request. At 23:11 to ZSC Capetown.
(26Feb06) (RB)
08414.5 354147000: 3FVP5 M/V Nanhai 2338 DSC (Panama) 26,123
GRT Bulk Carrier. to: 003669998: USCG New Orleans. Test
request. (26Feb06) (RB)
08414.5 357657000: 3FPQ9 M/S Carnival Conquest 1444 DSC
(Panama) 110,000 DWT Cruise ship (Carnival) to: 003660003:
WLO Mobile Radio Mobile AL. Test request. 2,974 passenger.
(26Feb06) (RB)
08414.5 369223000: Unid 1513 DSC (USA) to: 003669999: Any
USCG station. Test request. (26Feb06) (RB)
08414.5 3EDP4: Nord Venus (Panamanian Flag) 1643 DSC RQs RCC
Australia Charleville/Wiluna for a safety test. RCC BQs.
(26Feb06) (RGA)
08414.5 428002000: ZIM VIRGINIA/4XFV(safety)from 003669991
COMMSTA Boston test ACK [06-03-10 11:12:00] (RW)
08414.5 477206000: VRUL7 M/V Ocean Preface 2058 DSC (Hong
Kong) 37,550 DWT Bulk Carrier. To: 003660003 WLO: Mobile
Radio Mobile AL. Test request. (26Feb06) (RB)
08414.5 538002273: V7HO3 M/T Overseas Reinemar 2100 DSC
(Marshall Islands) 42,304 GRT Oil Tanker. To: 003669997:
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USCG Miami. Test request. (26Feb06) (RB)
636009872: ELPU9 M/T Pioneer 2321 DSC (Liberia)
53,848 DWT Tanker to 538001330 V7BP7: M/T Constitution
(Marshall Islands) 58,288 GRT Tanker. J3E Telephony request
6224. Posn 18-38N/81-43W. (26Feb06) (RB)
636011290: ELYD2 M/T Navigator Neptune 1451 DSC
(Liberia) 23,945 DWT Tanker. To: 002240995 Las Palmas Radio
Spain. Test request. (26Feb06) (RB)
636012383: Unid 1439 DSC (Liberia) to: 003669997
USCG Miami. Test request. (26Feb06) (RB)
8QDG: Vessel "Maldives Star" with test request to
Capetown Radio,South Africa. 1847 (18-Feb-2006) (MDM)
9VMU9: Bow Hunter (Singapore) 1336 DSC Distress call
for undesignated distress at 4456N 02704W. (22Feb06) (APB)
: Chilung-Keelung, Taiwan: 1224 DSC ACKing DISTRESS
call from vessel "Olympic Supplier" (MMSI: 309496000,
callsign C6NR4). (15Mar06) (MDM)
: Unid (MMSI 548325000) 1340 DSC Relays apparent
abandoning ship distress message allegedly from Hebei
Express/VRXW7 purported to be at 0303N 00010E.
(26Feb06) (APB)
BOKD: Tian Lin (PRC) 1642 RQs RCC 5BA/Larnaca for
safety test. (26Feb06) (RGA)
H9NU: Vessel "Frontier Angel" with DSC test request
to Otaru, Japan.1708 (17-Feb-2006) (MDM)
H9TC: Vessel "Brilliant Star" with test request to
Hai Phong,Vietnam. 1813 (18-Feb-2006) (MDM)
HOZX: Vessel "Cosbright Lake" with test request to
Inchon MarinePolice Radio, then Seoul Radio, Mokpo Marine
Police Radio, Pusan MarinePolice Radio and Cheju Marine
Police Radio (all in Korea). 1318(18-Feb-2006) (MDM)
HPBA: Oralia (Panamanian Flag) 1727 DSC RQs
XSX/ChilungRadio for safety test. (26Feb06) (RGA)
MSYG9: Saldanha (GB) 1722 DSC RQs MRCC Port
Blair/VWP for safety test. (26Feb06) (RGA)
NMC: CAMSPAC Point Reyes CA USA 2140 DSC Relays
apparent distress message allegedly from Sea Launch
Commander/ELUH7 in undesignated distress at posn 0905N
14438W. (18Feb06) (APB)
OXZ: LyngbyRadio, Denmark 1929 DSC Relays apparent
undesignated distress message allegedly from Panamanianflagged Bang Xing 1/H8CB supposedly at 2713N 12532E.
(12Mar06) (APB)
P3DN8: Vessel "Kohshinmaru" with routine request to
Kagoshima, Japan.1639 (18-Feb-2006) (MDM)
P3ME9: Turnberry Glory (Cyprus Flag) 1915 DSC Relays
apparent undesignated distress message from unlisted vessel
(MMSI 441304000) at 0759N 07414E. (05Mar06) (APB)
Shanghai Radio: ACKing test request from HPEL,
"Hiryu". 0937(18-Feb-2006) (MDM)
Shanghai Radio: ACKing test request from unid MMSI
413093000. 1722(17-Feb-2006) (MDM)
Unid: MMSI 227102000 with routine request to Taupo
Radio, NewZealand. 2114 (18-Feb-2006)(MDM)
Unid: MMSI 304010976 with DSC test requests to Hong
Kong Marine Rescue, Chilung-Keelung (Taiwan) whom sends ACK,
Pusan Radio (Korea), Tokyo.1615 (17-Feb-2006) (MDM)
ZCGK6: Vessel "Equinox Dawn" (MMSI: 319677000) 1123
DSC With DISTRESS relay to Suva, Fiji, from unidentified
vessel (MMSI: 270049320). Undesignated distress. N53° 00'
E158° 38' (This location is on land, on the Sakhalin
Peninsula?). 1123 (14Mar06) (MDM)
C3U: UNID 0708 ALE/USB TO X7M UNID (24Feb06) (piri)
PPR: cw PPR ID and GW-TOR beacon burst, unknown
location on 2006-03-12 @ 04:42:43 UTC (V)
LZW4: VARNA RADIO 0820 ARQ MSG+CW MARKER. (05Mar06) (FC)
VRX: Hong Kong Radio PRC 1701 ARQ w/Morse ID.
(13Mar06) (RGA)
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SVO: OlympiaRadio Greece 2138 FEC Agean weather
fcast in English. (19Feb06) (RGA)
NMN: CAMSLANT Chesapeake VA USA 2019 ARQ w/Morse ID.
(23Feb06) (RGA)
NMN: CAMSLANT Chesapeake VA USA 2135 ARQ w/Morse ID
Loud. (19Feb06) (RGA)
CAMSLANT: CW, SITOR MARKER on 2006-03-12 @ 16:04:04
UTC (V)
TAH: Istanbul Turk Radio 2011 FEC Wx fcast in EE and
Turkish ... FM LTBG TO UMUMA 041600GMT ... (04Mar06) (RGA)
PBC: DN Goeree I 0559 RTTY/75/850 Carbs (22/Feb/06) (RH2)
TSULTAN: PAKNAV Ship TIPPU SULTAN, F186 0118 ALE/USB
TO NRS (24Feb06) (piri)
8PO: Globe Wireless Bridgetown Barbados 2131 GLOBEDATA Idling. (19Feb06) (RGA)
HEB38: Berne Radio Switzerland 2126 PACTOR-2 Traffic
and call CQ de HEB38. (19Feb06) (RGA)
HEB38: BerneRadio 2023 PACTOR-2 Idler/Morse ID.
(23Feb06) (RGA)
HEB38: GlobalLink Berne 1952 PACTOR? Idlers and
calls. (04Mar06) (RGA)
: MX Cluster beacon "D" 2249 CW (21Feb06) (AB)
99: SNGNAV Ship ASPB DAUNTLESS 2212 ALE/USB TO TF2
(23Feb06) (piri)
XSQ: GuangzhouRadio: China 2215 CW de XSQ PLS UP 356
BK (26Feb06) (FC)
CTP: Portuguese Navy Palhais/Oeiras 2026 RTTY/75/850
Calls & QSXs. (23Feb06) (RGA)
ANTARCTO: TUNMIL? TUN 1005 ALE/USB TO ASSADCTO
(25Feb06) (piri)
ANTARCTO: TUNMIL? TUN 1005 USB/ALE TO ASSADCTO
(25FEB02) (piri)
Lima: usb navy gator net w/list of tracks players
are LIMA and DELTA on 2006-03-16 @ 04:34:31 UTC (V)
1312: UNID 0010 - 0917 ALE/USB TWS also TWS 1113 1311 - 2212 (25Feb06) (piri)
1601: UNID 1721 ALE/USB TO 2211 (24Feb06) (piri)
5513: UNID 0449 ALE/USB TO 5000 (25Feb06) (piri)
6050: UNID 1712 - 2332 ALE/USB TWS also TWS 1070 1197- 1301 - 1306 - 1316 - 1325 - 1601 - 2203 - 2412 - 4040
- 4066 - 6041 - 8042 (24Feb06) (piri)
1312: UNID 0010 - 0917 USB/ALE TWS also TWS 1113 1311 - 2212 (25FEB06) (piri)
1601: UNID 1721 USB/ALE TO 2211 (24FEB06) (piri)
5513: UNID 0449 USB/ALE TO 5000 (25FEB06) (piri)
6050: UNID 1712 - 2332 USB/ALE TWS also TWS 1070 1197- 1301 - 1306 - 1316 - 1325 - 1601 - 2203 - 2412 - 4040
- 4066 - 6041 - 8042 (24FEB06) (piri)
URL: SewastopolRadio UKR 1939 CW Wkg
UUFZ/Perekopskiy. 'R R UUFZ Q QSL QSL NIL TKS QSO WZM WAM
ZDUROWXÄ' Then service bulletin. (04Mar06) (RGA)
VTG6: Indian Navy Mumbai 2150 CW 113 x 4FG message
to warships. (03Mar06) (RGA)
GOLF: UNID 0944 ALE/USB TO TANGO (25Feb06) (piri)
OSKAR: UNID 0632 ALE/USB TO GOLF (25Feb06) (piri)
GOLF: UNID 0944 USB/ALE TO TANGO (25FEB06) (piri)
OSKAR: UNID 0632 USB/ALE TO GOLF (25FEB06) (piri)
NMC: USCG Boston 1750 FAX/120/576 sfc anal
(22/Jan/06) (RH2)
NMC: USCG Pt Reyes 1539 FAX/120/576 Sfc Anal
(28/Jan/06) (RH2)
T86AA: 86th Air Ambulance 1853 ALE/USB snd (14Mar06) (KK)
SVO: Olympia Rdo 1348 USB tape in Greek & EE announcing
"call live on ch 806 1232 1640 2217".
(21-Feb-06) (MB3)
08763.7 Camslant: usb CAMSLANT USB SYNTHESIZED VOICE WX on
2006-03-12 @ 16:02:13 UTC (V)
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08788.0 WLO: usb WLO w/ automated YL voice passing WX on
2006-03-10 @ 16:19:44 UTC (V)
08805
unid: YL synth voice repeating "PCD" for some time
then "message" (2x) "groups 19" (2x) and "text" (2x), then
into 5LG. (Lincolnshire Poacher?). (24-Feb-06) (MB3)
08806.0 WLO: usb WLO w/Atlantic advanced forcast on
2006-03-15 @ 07:09:34 UTC (V)
08806.0 WLO: usb WLO w/Atlantic advanced forcast repeat of
8788 on 2006-03-15 @ 07:10:02 UTC by (V)
08815.4 : Unid Bcast 1935 RTTY/75/850 Telecipher. Active
sporadically for around 4 mins. PLXKPLXK and other leadins.
Carrier off between bcasts. (19Feb06) (RGA)
08834
A7-AED: QTR580 A330 0739 HFDL Air/JNB (27/Jan/06) (RH2)
08834
ZS-SNE: SA210 A346 1410 HFDL Air/JNB (26/Jan/06) (RH2)
08834
ZS-SNH: SA221 A346 0657 HFDL Gnd/Air Wx Nosig etc
fm JNB (26/Jan/06) (RH2)
08864
Coast Guard 1504: 1539 USB Position/w Gander.
(24Feb06) (MH)
08864
Continental 29: (LGW-EWR, B-767) 154O USB Position/w
Gander. (24Feb06) (MH)
08864
Continental 47: (AMS-IAH, B-767) 1552 USB Selcal
Check/w Gander. (24Feb06) (MH)
08864
Delta 151: (VCE-JFK, B-767) 1544 USB Position/w
Gander. (24Feb06) (MH)
08864
Delta 9: (LGW-ATL, B-767) 1613 USB Position/w
Gander. (24Feb06) (MH)
08864
N711NK: (YYT-ORK, Citation) 1623 USB Position/w
Gander. (24Feb06) (MH)
08864
Northwest 31: (LGW-DTW, A-330) 1631 USB Selcal
Check/w Gander. (24Feb06) (MH)
08864
Northwest 37: (AMS-BOS, A-330) 1620 USB Selcal
Check/w Gander. (24Feb06) (MH)
08864
Northwest 57: (AMS-MEM, A-330) 1608 USB Position/w
Gander. (24Feb06) (MH)
08864
Reach 044: 1624 USB Position/w Gander. (24Feb06) (MH)
08864
Reach 910: 1531 USB Position/w Gander. (24Feb06) (MH)
08864
United 941: (FRA-ORD, B-777) 1526 USB Selcal Check/w
Gander. (24Feb06) (MH)
08867.0 VP-BJD: Calling Tahiti with position report. FL450,
Gulfstream V,selcal "CKGM". 0740 (23-Feb-2006) (MDM)
08885
ZS-SNE: S.African Airways A340 Flt SA0201 Posn
report 2057N 02907W and message to J'burg ops via Muharraq
'SA0201 OFAJS. HI ZUR ETA 2250Z OPS NML NEXT CALL TOD.'
(22Feb06) (RGA)
08912
720: COTHEN Calls LNT 2147 ALE/USB Followed by CG
1720 (HC-130, CGAS Clearwater) airborne with 7 POB en
route SAR in position 26-02N 084-17W requests guard from
CAMSLANT. (15Feb06) (MJC)
08918
Air Canada 1276: (YYZ-SJU, A-320) 1355 USB
Position/w New York. (05Mar06) (MH)
08918
Air Canada 1834: (YUL-PUJ, A-320) 1350 USB
Position/w New York. (05Mar06) (MH)
08918
Air Transat 750: (YYZ-PUJ, A-330) 1359 USB
Position/w New York. (05Mar06) (MH)
08918
American 1013: (BOS-AUA, B-757) 1348 USB Position/w
New York. (05Mar06) (MH)
08918
American 1151: (IAD-SJU, B-757) 1352 USB Position/w
New York. (05Mar06) (MH)
08918
American 1845: (BWI-SJU, B-757) 1349 USB Position/w
New York. (05Mar06) (MH)
08918
American 1889: (JFK-STI, A-300) 1427 USB Position/w
New York. (05Mar06) (MH)
08918
American 780: (SDQ-JFK, A-300) 1433 USB Position/w
New York. (05Mar06) (MH)
08918
Continental 1638: (EWR-AUA, B-757) 1428 USB
Position/w New York. (05Mar06) (MH)
08918
Jet Blue 740: (PSE-JFK, A-320) 1226 USB Position/w
New York. (19Feb06) (MH)
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N9500F: (Falcon) 1336 USB Position/w New York.
(05Mar06) (MH)
08918
Skyservice 200: (YYZ-POP, B-757) 1353 USB Position/w
New York. (05Mar06) (MH)
08918
Skyservice 5076: (YYZ-AUA, A-320) 1357 USB
Position/w New York. (05Mar06) (MH)
08918
Skyservice 5082: (YYZ-CUR, A-320) 1347 USB
position/w New York. (05Mar06) (MH)
08918
United 1267: (IAD-SJU, A-320) 1430 USB Position/w
New York. (05Mar06) (MH)
08918
US Air 429: (PHL-PUJ, A-319) 1331 USB Selcal Check/w
New York. (05Mar06) (MH)
08918
US Air 692: (IAD-SJU, A-319) 1309 USB Position/w New
York. (05Mar06) (MH)
08918
US Air 817: (PIT-SJU, A-319) 1306 USB Selcal Check/w
New York. (05Mar06) (MH)
08918
US Air 905: (CLT-SJU, A-319) 1338 USB Position/w New
York. (05Mar06) (MH)
08918.0 Jet Blue 740: (PSE-JFK, A-320), Position/w New York,
2-19-06 @1226Z(MH)
08930
SDJ: 1449 USB wkg flt. REK 4473 w/pp to a number in
Gomel/Belarus (ops?), followed by pp for an Air China flt
enrt to Frankfurt. (22-Feb-06) (MB3)
08945
C: MOSCOW CW 2228 CW (27Feb06) (FC)
08945
D: ODESSA CW 2228 CW (27Feb06) (FC)
08977
B-6006: China Eastern A320 1327 HFDL Logs on.
(17Mar06) (RGA)
08977
B-6029: China Eastern A320 1439 HFDL Logs on.
(17Mar06) (RGA)
08977
D-ABBP: Air Berlin B737 Flt AB6247 1739 HFDL
Position report 4749N 01120E. (17Mar06) (RGA)
08977
G-VBLU: Virgin Atlantic A340 'Soul Sister' Flt
VS0901 1416 HFDL Logs on. (17Mar06) (RGA)
08977
G-VOGE: Virgin Atlantic A340 'Cover Girl' 1500 HFDL
Logs on. (17Mar06) (RGA)
08977
G-VWIN: Virgin Atlantic A340 'Lady Luck' 1654 HFDL
Logs on. (17Mar06) (RGA)
08977
HL-7736: Korean A330 1700 HFDL Signs on. (17Mar06) (RGA)
08977
HS-TLA: Thai International A340 'Chiang Kham' 1438
HFDL Logs on. (17Mar06) (RGA)
08977
HS-TND: Thai International A340 1350 HFDL Logs on to
Reykjavik. (17Mar06) (RGA)
08977
JA-01KZ: Nippon Cargo B747 1519 HFDL Logs on.
(17Mar06) (RGA)
08977
LX-MCV: CargoLux B747 'City of Echternacht' Flt
AZ9061 1806 HFDL Acks slot message from Reykjavik: "DDLIRXA
171805 AGM AN LX-MCV/MA 906A. -/C. SLOT FOR YOU. FF ELLXCLXO
171800 EBBDZMTA -TITLE SAM -ARCID CLX737 -IFPLID BB67832683
-ADEP LIMC -ADES ELLX -EOBD 060317 -EOBT 2000 -CTOT 2136 REGUL LIUWN17 -TAXITIME 0020 -REGCAUSE TE 82". Why is this
aircraft using an Alitalia flight no? It should be CV9061
according to other messages! (17Mar06) (RGA)
08977
LX-UCV: CargoLux B747 'City of Bertrange' 1450 HFDL
Logs on to Reykjavik. (17Mar06) (RGA)
08992
ANDREWS MYSTIC STAR: Clg LOG ROLL 0210 USB An "all
frequency call" to go to 11175.0 and contact any GLOBAL.
(18 Feb 06) (JH)
08992
ANDREWS: 175-char EAM Bcast 1552 USB (4Y7Y4O),
attempting the string twice (disregarding for a FOXTROT
bcst), finally beginning at 1552z. (14 Mar 06) (JH)
08992
BOLT 01: Clg COLA NUT 2105 USB "With traffic" with
no known response. (14 Mar 06) (JH)
08992
BOLT 31: Clg ANY STATION 1330 USB For radio check.
Female op. Raisies (too weak to understand; maybe the 06
player). BOLT 31 then raised BOLT 89 (good) and BOLT 83
(good) for brief radio checks and gone. (14 Mar 06) (JH)
08992
BOLT 31: Wkg Maybe GHFS 2124 USB Signal check and
out. (14 Mar 06) (JH)
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BOLT 83: Clg SKYMASTER 2118 USB Passes OA(G maybe)5
"in the blind" and gone. (14 Mar 06) (JH)
COBRA 28: Wkg MCCLELAN 0111 For a phone patch to a
DSN 271 number, RAYMOND 21/OFFUTT cp for 0155z arrival
notification and requests. (23Feb06) (JH)
DEATH 06: Wkg ANDREWS 1342 USB Radio check, then
states that he is maintaining listening watch "on 8992" and
quiet. (14 Mar 06) (JH)
HATHAWAY: 175-char EAM Bcast 1552 USB (4Y7Y4O) on at
least 8992.0 (weak/unreadable), 11175.0 (weak/unreadable)
and 15016.0 (weak/fair - mostly readable), following his
broadcast with the STANDING BY FOR TRAFFIC statement and
quiet. (14 Mar 06) (JH)
LOG ROLL: Clg ANDREWS 0218 USB Raised ANDREWS but
responding to LAJES (unheard here). LOG ROLL also raises
ANDREWS and requests DSN number for ANDREWS' location.
(18 Feb 06) (JH)
PATHOLOGY: 28-char EAM 2106 USB Q3EEED and at the
completion of his string he sent his STANDING BY FOR TRAFFIC
statement. Also heard on 11175.0 but nothing heard on
4724.0 or 15016.0. (14 Mar 06) (JH)
Unid: Clg ____CONTROL 1529 USB Raised BOLT 83 but
ignoring BOLT 83. The unk station again either called or
worked ____ CONTROL (unheard here) and gone.
(14 Mar 06) (JH)
Unid: Wkg BOLT 83 1500 USB Radio check and gone.
(14 Mar 06) (JH)
Architect: 1501 USB wx info for RAF airfields.
(25-Feb-06) (MB)
UDAIRI: US Army Udairi Range Kuwait 1638 ALE/USB
Sounding TWS. (22Feb06) (RGA)
CCM73: usb Venezuelan Army. ALE CCM73 to CCM21, CCM
to CCM63 CCM60B, CCM to CKA, S to CGS CDG CTK, CCM to CGS,
CCM to CGSE1, GP5 sounding ~1350z on
2006-03-10 @ 14:15:32UTC (V)
: Egyptian Embassy Washington 2034 ARQ Messages in
ATU80 to Cairo. (23Feb06) (RGA)
Unid: MFA Cairo 0555 ARQ Crypto with some AA
(22/Feb/06) (RH2)
M8A: cw M8a in progress on 2006-03-09 @ 04:30:38
UTC (V)
M8a: cw M8a just starting the repeat
good levels
on 2006-03-16 @ 04:25:32 UTC USA (V)
TNS: Algerian Embassy Tunis 1646 ALE/USB Calls MAE/
MAE Algiers. (22Feb06) (RGA)
Unid: Ita-Carabinieri 1523 ALE/LSB clg 0808
(21/feb/06) (sw)
NMF: USCG Boston 2112 FAX/120/576 Good winds chart.
(19Feb06) (RGA)
NMF: USCG Boston MA USA 2045 FAX/120/576 Good
pressure chart showing two low-pressure storm-centres at 50
and 70W with hurricane force winds. (23Feb06) (RGA)
DJ02: Unid ALG MOI 0900 ALE/USB clng UM03 (11Mar06) (MAL)
MDN : Unid ALG MOI 0855 ALE/USB clng JE01 (11Mar06) (MAL)
MDN : Unid ALG MOI 0859 ALE/USB clng BJ01 (11Mar06) (MAL)
PE1 : B Navy Recife 2309 ALE/USB clng CE1 CN9
(09Mar06) (MAL)
QM02: Unid ALG MOI 0636 ALE/USB clng VQ01 (11Mar06) (MAL)
VR01: Unid ALG MOI 1809 ALE/USB clng UM03 (11Mar06) (MAL)
T12: US Army 12th Aviation Battalion 1644 ALE/USB
Net frequencies: 6985, 7361.5, 8161.5 & 9129.5, all USB ALE
(08Mar06) (JLM)
: Unid station 1644 CHP-200 ((12Mar06) (MAL)
: Unid. FAPSI? 1130 RTTY/50/500 In Morse OK. SLD K.
Then 35x5FG msg in RTTY: 422 35 24 1130 3711 = 75642 098606
... 53386 74903 = -1133 K. CFM NIL. OK ZVP SLV K. Marker
every 50 groups =50= =100= Morse: QRV K. R 490 1136. SK
(24Feb06) (RGA)
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09200.0 1116: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 1519 ALE/USB
sndg.(21/feb/06) (sw)
09200.0 2522: Mrc-Protection Civile Marocaine 1559 ALE/USB
sndg.(21/feb/06) (sw)
09202
: NATO Tactical Data System 1128 LINK-11/2250/ ISB.
TADIL-A. (24Feb06) (RGA)
09202
: Unid NATO Data System 1636 LINK-11/2250/DSB Two
independent data streams. (28Feb06) (RGA)
09212
R3AU: R&S/Navy Dubai 2009 ALE/USB Calls R1AM/R&S
Mnchen. Again at 2022z. (04Mar06) (MM3)
09228
LCR154: Polish Military 1112 ALE/USB Calls SOG933.
Again at 1203z. (05Feb04) (MM3)
09230
0000210188: Greek Gendarmerie 1933 ALE/USB Sounding.
(15Mar06) (RGA)
09230
0000210388: Greek Gendarmerie 1900 ALE/USB Sounding.
(04Feb06) (MM3)
09230
0000210688: Greek Gendarmerie 1737 ALE/USB Sounding.
(04Feb06) (MM3)
09230
0000210688: Greek Gendermerie 1608 ALE/USB Sounding.
(26Feb06) (RGA)
09251
LINCOLNSHIRE POACHER: E03 2121 USB Old woman in 5FG
traffic. (19Feb06) (RGA)
09295
TWBA5: E MOI Guardia Civil Barcelona 1028 ALE/USB
clg TZC (11Mar06) (MAL)
09295
ZD6 : Unid ALG MOI 2338 ALE/USB (10Mar06) (MAL)
09310.0 Unid: lsb unIDed spanish chat on 2006-03-10 @
14:22:06 UTC (V)
09323.0 V2A: am V2a in progress
good levels on 2006-03-09
@ 04:26:24 UTC by (V)
09323.0 V2a: am in progress
fair levels on 2006-03-16 @
04:09:33 UTC (V)
09386.4 : Unid 1119 FEC No decode. Loud. Encrypted. Bearing
090/270°. Offair 1122. (24Feb06) (RGA)
09848
N324UP: UPS B767 Flt UP0214 2109 HFDL Logs on tp
ARINC Las Palmas. (22Feb06) (RGA)
10051
: New York Volmet USA 1144 USB wxreports (03Mar06) (piri)
10051
GANDER RADIO: VOLMET Service 1753 USB OM with
Canadian METARs SIGMETs and TAFORSs.
(28Feb06) (RGA)
10070
: Unid 1748 USB 2 stations in Spanish. Mp3
available. (28Feb06) (RGA)
10090
TASHKENT: VOLMET Service 1743 USB Weather actuals in
English. (28Feb06) (RGA)
10100.7 DDK9: Pinnenberg Met 0605 RTTY/50/460 Baltic Wx
(22/Feb/06) (RH2)
10100.8 DDK9: Hamburg Meteo D 1150 RTTY/50/450 WX-forecast
(03Mar06) (piri)
10108.5 unid: 1554 USB scrambled voice comms containing
frequent bursts and beeps of varying frequencies. Several
stns (at least 1 a YL) but all at the same (strong) level.
Sounds as if it's a repeater?! (26-Feb-06 (MB3)
10125
MAE: MFA Algiers, ALG 1147 USB/MIL-STD
188-141A/RACAL RACE/MSM-1250, traffic to ALG-EMB Tripoli
(19Feb06) (LDO)
10125
TRP: ALG-EMB Tripoli, LBY 1147 USB/MIL-STD
188-141A/RACAL RACE/MSM-1250, receiving tfc. from Algiers
(19Feb06) (LDO)
10125
TRP: Algerian Embassy Tripolis 0921 ALE/USB TO MAE
TIS TRP - MFA Algiers (08Mar06) (MM3)
10138
AA1: 103 Sqn Israeli AF Ben Gurion 1700 ALE/USB SND.
(06Feb06) (MM3)
10138
AAA: Israeli AF NCS 1651 ALE/USB SND. (06Feb06) (MM3)
10138
M72: Israeli AF 1525 ALE/USB Sounds. (06Feb06) (MM3)
10138
M72: Israeli AF 1843 ALE/USB TO AA1/103 Sqn Ben
Gurion. (06Feb06) (MM3)
10138
M72: Israeli AF 1853 ALE/USB SND. (06Feb06) (MM3)
10139
BB3: Isr AF 1311 ALE/USB Sounding (08Mar06) (MM3)
10144
DK0WCY: DARC Prop Beacon, Germany 0920 CW Marker.
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(08Mar06) (FC)
JEFF: Unid 1446 ALE/USB TO JMICH (08Mar06) (MM3)
JMICH: Unid 1454 ALE/USB TO JEFFIMPAIR ??? (08Mar06) (MM3)
2017: Unid 1023 ALE/USB TWS 2017 - Sounding.
(08Mar06) (MM3)
VCT: Tors Cove CAN 1155 GW-PACTOR burst (03Mar06) (piri)
ATTEND: UNID 1516 ALE/USB TO ABACUS (27Feb06) (piri)
CENTR6: MFA Bucharest 1509 ALE/USB Calls KNY25/ROU
EMB Wash. (06Feb06) (MM3)
: Unid 0306 CW vvv. 1 k. vvv)(s) qsa1 k. vvv(s). nw
nw 52892 82141 44698 kk. nw nw 52892 82141 44698 kk. nw nw
52892 82141 44698 k. (18Feb06) (IB)
056TB3: Unid 1215 ALE/USB Sounding. (08Feb06) (MM3)
HQ2: Unid Netcontrol Station LBY 1250 ALE/USBE
Calling ZALLA, later on calling ALKHUMS
(11Mar06) (PPA)
S1N: Unid 1212 CW text: c8t c8t de s1n s1n rv rrv.
c8t c8t de s1n s1n rvr. c8t c8t de s1n s1n rvr. de s1n s1n
rvr rvv rvr rrvv. de s1n s1n vvrvrvvvrr rvv. c8t c8t c8t de
s1n s1n rvr rvv. c8t c8t c8t c8t de s1n s1n s1n rvr rvvv
rvvrrr. c8t c8t c8t de s1n s1n de s1n vvr rv rv.
(22Feb06) (IB)
RNOUSLR1: Sonatrach ALG Rhorde El Nouss 1655 ALE/USB
(11Mar06) (MAL)
RNOUSLR1: Sonatrach Net Rhourde Nouss LR1 Pipeline
Algeria 1829 ALE/LSB. Sounding. 11184
ZS-SFH: S.African
Airways A319 1742 HFDL Logs on to Reykjavik. (15Mar06) (RGA)
006666: Unid 1652 ALE/USB 000001. (10Mar03) (MM3)
SPI324: Polish Military 1803 ALE/USB Calls LCR154.
(10Mar03) (MM3)
2528: Protection Civile Morocaine 2111 ALE/USB Calls
2527. (10Mar03) (MM3)
MOB: Prob Central European 1305 ALE/USB Calls MOG.
(13Mar06) (MM3)
CENTR3: MFA Bucharest 1054 ALE/USB Calls YPM37/Unid
embassy. (13Mar06) (MM3)
GFS: Unid 1235 ALE/USB Sounding (20Feb06) (FC)
THR: Unid 1331 ALE/USB Sounding. (14Mar06) (MM3)
NT1: Unid 1315 ALE/USB Calls BZ1. (14Mar06) (MM3)
#’s: [QTH?] 1204z Feb 10, 2006 USB SS/YL 5d [SN]
10DIVIAFALE: Iraqi Army 10th div HQ Basrah, IRQ 0550
USB/MIL-STD 188-141A, tfc to IGFIAFALE (26Feb06) (LDO)
1161: Unid 1548 ALE/USB sounding (17Feb06) (KB)
1DIVIAFALE: Iraqi Army 1st div. HQ Taji, IRQ 0605
USB/MIL-STD 188-141A, tfc to IGFIAFALE (23Feb06) (LDO)
20101: Unid 1535 ALE/USB sounding. Also voice tfc
with "roger beeps" in possibly Arabian language. Same net
logged recently on 5600 kHz (17Feb06) (KB)
2208: Unid 1537 ALE/USB sounding (17Feb06) (KB)
2DIVIAFALE: Iraqi Army 2nd div. HQ Al Kindi, IRQ
0511 USB/MIL-STD 188-141A, tfc to IGFIAFALE
(22Feb06) (LDO)
3DIVIAFALE: Iraqi Army 3rd division HQ Al Kasik,IRQ
0417 USB/MIL-STD 188-141A, tfc to IGFIAFALE
(13Feb06) (LDO)
4024: Unid 1544 ALE/USB sounding (17Feb06) (KB)
4922: Unid 1536 ALE/USB clg 4921 (17Feb06) (KB)
4DIVIAFALE: Iraqi Army 4th division HQ Tikrit, IRQ
1530 USB/MIL-STD 188-141A, tfc to IGFIAFALE
(24Feb06) (LDO)
5DIVIAFALE: Iraqi Army 5th division HQ Kirkush, IRQ
0417 USB/MIL-STD 188-141A, tfc to IGFIAFALE
(15Feb06) (LDO)
6DIVIAFALE: Iraqi Army 6th division HQ Baghdad, IRQ
0415 USB/MIL-STD 188-141A, tfc to IGFIAFALE
(13Feb06) (LDO)
7101: Unid 1547 ALE/USB sounding (17Feb06) (KB)
8DIVIAFALE: Iraqi Army 8th div HQ Ad Diwaniayh, IRQ
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0650 USB/MIL-STD 188-141A, tfc to IGFIAFALE
(12Feb06) (LDO)
9DIVIAFALE: Iraqi Army 9th div. HQ Taji, IRQ 0635
USB/MIL-STD 188-141A, tfc to MODIAFALE
(22Feb06) (LDO)
AFALMUIAFALE: Iraqi Air Force Almuthanna AFB, IRQ
1150 USB/MIL-STD 188-141A, tfc to MODIAFALE
(15Feb06) (LDO)
IGFIAFALE: Iraqi Army Ground Forces HQ Baghdad, IRQ
0642 USB/MIL-STD 188-141A, tfc to MODIAFALE
(22Feb06) (LDO)
MODIAFALE: Iraqi Ministry of Def. Baghdad, IRQ 0400
USB/MIL-STD 188-141A, traffic to IGFIAFALE
(23Feb06) (LDO)
: Moscow Meteo 1451 FAX/120/576 Faint chart with
Cyrillic notation. (23Feb06) (RGA)
055: Unid 1535 ALE/USB Sounding. (05Mar06) (RGA)
RFFXL: FF Naqoura LBN 1627 ARQE/184.5/400 RC=8
Sending continuous beta's (21Feb06) (piri)
: UNID RUS? 1241 MS5/USB 12-tone vocoder with tfc
and idle periods (03Mar06) (piri)
KANCMD: US-MIL Kandahar, AFG 0501 USB/MIL-STD
188-141A, working TFPHX (28Feb06) (LDO)
TFPHX: US-MIL Kabul, AFG 1444 USB/MIL-STD 188-141A,
working HERAT (27Feb06) (LDO)
: UNID RUS 1634 USB CROWD36 in 40bd encrypted tfc
mode no operator talking. (21Feb06) (piri)
: Unid digital mode 0501 PSK? (28-Feb-06) (IB)
A: Azberjain, Russia 1457z Feb 27, 2006 USB “A”
marker [SN]
PAPA & KILO: USN Stations 2329 USB voice (16Mar06) (JLM)
MAE: MFA Algiers 1555 ALE/USB clg RBT Rabat
(17Feb06) (KB)
: UNID EGYDiplo 1534 ARQ Shuts off with bay bay
(22Feb06) (piri)
DDH9: Hamburg Meteo D 1255 RTTY/50450 Testing RY
(03Mar06) (piri)
: Unid 0713 RTTY-system with unusual ACF=51.
(02-Mar-06) (IB)
RDL: Rus NAVY 0215 CW uuuuuuuuuu rdl rdl rdl 76074
51804 76074 51804 76074 51804 k <pause> uuuuuuuuuu rdl rdl
rdl 00481 76702 00481 76702 00481 76702 k.
(02 Mar06) (IB)
9UD: Wkg PUERTO RICO 2043 USB With a phone patch to
[missed it], passing ESTEEM HIGHLY ALPHA and receiving TOR
from the ground party (too weak to follow - 0820??) and
gone. At 2050z 9UD (very weak/unreadable) called and raised
PUERTO RICO for a phone patch but interrupted for higher
precedence traffic. (08 Mar 06) (JH)
9UD: Wkg PUERTO RICO 2059 USB Calling and raising
PUERTO RICO for another phone patch (DSN 694 number) with
the ground party again acknowledging an ESTEEM HIGHLY ALPHA
with a TOR or 082101. The patch was terminated and freq
went quiet. (08 Mar 06) (JH)
: Unid 28-char EAM Bcast 2127 USB (Q3PJJT) and
simulcasting same on at least 8992.0 (weak/barely readable)
with nothing heard here on 4724.0 and 15016.0.
ANDREWS broadcast the string at 2131z on the HFGCS.
(08 Mar 06) (JH)
: Unid EAM Bcast 0010 USB Q3CHQD. Also on 8992 with
nil heard on 15016. (15Mar06) (BC)
: Unid Prob GHFS Station 1609 USB Keying with long
(held) DTF tone, multiple times and quiet. (08Mar06) (JH)
ABOUT SHIP: Wkg BOLT 01 0007 USB Passes JXBC.
(15Mar06) (BC)
ANDREWS: 175-char EAM Bcast 1600 USB Sent on all
GHFS frequencies. EAM 4Y7Y4O, repeated on freqs by possible
player HATHAWAY then repeated by weak player on 15016.
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ANDREWS: 28-char EAM Bcast 2052 USB (Q3XDKG). The
broadcast was much stronger on 13200.0, with the 13200.0
audio containing crosstalk of an automated weather
broadcast/forecast. The automated weather ended with
ANDREWS keyed down the transmitters.
(08 Mar 06) (JH)
AQELA 21: Wkg PUERTO RICO 1915 USB (Spelled
callsign) Phone patch to a DSN 263 number id'd as AQELA OPS.
AQELA 21 passed "SHADO 99 is RTB for [garbled]" and gone.
(17 Mar 06) (JH)
BOLT 01: Clg PATHOLOGY 0006 USB "with message on
triple one seven five" with no known response. PATHOLOGY
would not be his new day id. At 150007z BOLT 01 again
called PATHOLOGY and passed the 4-element group JXBC in the
blind and out. (Sometime after 142130z the 4-element groups
apparently no longer contained numerics.)
(15 Mar 06) (JH)
BOLT 01: Wkg PATHOLOGY 2102 USB Passes BUM7.
(14 Mar 06) (JH)
CANDLEWAX: Wkg PUERTO RICO 2324 USB With a phone
patch to VQ3 SDO to pass an AKAC 274 message of 8 groups
(??? ?RR ZIA RWO ?X3 TQV ?GN HRD). CANDLEWAX requested a
readback and SQ3 VDO read the groups back as T22 RR IA WO X3
QV GN RD (the 3-element groups less the first letter except
for the first group), and then repeated the readback again
without the first letter of each group. CANDLEWAX then
terminated the patch and gone.(21 Feb 06) (JH)
COLA NUT: 28-char EAM 2128 USB Q3BFWQ and
simulcasting same on at least 15016.0(weak/unreadable) and
8992.0 (weak/unreadable). (14 Mar 06) (JH)
CORD 02: Wkg PATHOLOGY 2353 USB Passes 2YPC and
confirms current EAMs as Q3BFWQ, Q3EEED, 4Y7Y4O and at
least one other. (14Mar06) (BC)
CORD 92: Clg SKYMASTER 2030 USB Passes 5RHM blind
and saying "(garbled) in five mikes" and quiet. There
should be others active as well. (14 Mar 06) (JH)
CORD 92: Clg SKYMASTER 2317 USB Passes QXAP blind.
However his comm raised PATHOLOGY (unheard here) and CORD 92
again passed QXAP to PATHOLOGY and gone. (14 Mar 06) (JH)
CORD 92: to SKYMASTER 2322 USB Then calls PATHOLOGY,
who replies and reads back (and mis-IDs as DOOM-92 (oopsie))
then passed QXAP (14Mar06) (BC)
DAY FEAST: Clg MAINSAIL ANY STATION & ANDREWS 2124
USB No response. A moment later DAY FEAST calls MAINSAIL
"on any freq" and lists 15016, 11175.0, 8992.0 and maybe
4724.0 (must've keyed all freqs.). DAY FEAST eventually
raises LAJES (unheard here) and requests a DSN 884 number.
When the patch was opened DAY FEAST passed an USKAC 274
message of 14 groups (I74 FTM DT2 IFF IFB UTP VUZ MLR RJO
5D7 AOG HNF UTP VUZ). DAY FEAST requests read back for
validation and then terminates the patch at 192126z.
(19 Feb 06) (JH)
DEBATE 12: Wkg ABOUT SHIP 0007 USB Passes ILBN.
(15Mar06) (BC)
DEER HORN: 28-char EAM 0239 USB (Q35QHW) and
simulcasting same on 4724, 8992 and 15016.
(02 Mar 06) (JH)
DESK 06: Wkg PATHOLOGY 2357 USB Passes 60NT.
(14Mar06) (BC)
DOOM 91: Wkg MCCLELLAN 2011 USB For a phone patch
regarding 2100-2300z thunderstorm status at landing.
(22 Feb 06) (JH)
HAPPY 64: Wkg MCCLELLAN 2307 USB For current message
traffic. MCCLELLAN advised there was no current traffic but
offered (faded but probably the last EAM sent). HAPPY 64
said he would take what ever she offered and MCCLELLAN eventually
passed the complete 28-character string of WX??5?
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WUN-v12
(maybe, too weak to follow). HAPPY 64 said something about
2147z and gone. (23 Feb 06) (JH)
11175
HATHAWAY: EAM Bcast 2324 USB Q3EEED. Also on 15016.
Becomes SNOW FALL on new day. (14Mar06) (BC)
11175
JE 15 DELTA: Wkg ANDREWS 1451 USB Phone patch to
FIDDLE. Apparently passed an OPS NORMAL message and
requested a QSL and gone.
A little earlier JE 15 CHARLIE
(good levels here) worked (maybe ANDREWS; unheard here) for
a phone patch to FIDDLE to pass SPARE GROUP CHARLIE "COLD"
for himself (matching his id) and SPARE GROUP FOXTROT for
FIGHTING TIGER (missed the numeric) and gone.
(15 Mar 06) (JH)
11175
JSTARS 33(?): Wkg ANDREWS 1502 USB (Maybe__RS 33 )
Quick signal check and gone. (15 Mar 06) (JH)
11175
OVER HANG: Wkg PUERTO RICO 0031 USB For a phone
patch. Too weak to follow by end of comms. (07 Mar 06) (JH)
11175
PATHOLOGY: EAM Bcast 2335 USB Q3CHQD. Also on 15016.
Becomes ABOUT SHIP on new day. (14Mar06) (BC)
11175
PUERTO RICO 2055 USB Calling and raising 9UD
(weak/often unreadable) and asking if he still wanted the
phone patch. Answer was yes and PUERTO RICO brought up the
ground party (maybe id'ing as [garbled] ONE), and the ground
party acknowledged an ESTEEM HIGHLY ALPHA with a TOR of
082057 Zulu and patch terminated. (08 Mar 06) (JH)
11175
REACH 3769: Wkg PUERTO RICO 2109 USB p/p to 325-XXXXXXX Texas. (15Feb06) (MJC)
11175
RED TALON 71L: Wkg PUERTO RICO 2143 USB (P-3C) p/p
via Puerto Rico HF-GCS to FIDDLE with ops normal report and
ops normal report for 71K. (15Feb06) (MJC)
11175
SHADO 99: Clg MAINSAIL 1910 USB Called a few times
"with request". No response. (17 Mar 06) (JH)
11175
Sigonella: 1407 USB USAF GHFS wkg unhrd stn w/rdo
chk, then announcing "This is Sigonella, maintaining
listening watch on triple one". (24-Feb-06) (MB3)
11175
TALL CORN: 28-char EAN Bcast 0010 USB (Q3CHQD), the
28-character EAM Q3BFWQ (heard as early as 142128z) and the
28-character EAM Q3EEED (heard as early as 142106z) at his
h+10/h+20 EAM restoral time. Suspected TACAMO LANT.
Unheard here on 4724.0 and 15016.0. (15 Mar 06) (JH)
11175
TALL CORN: EAM Bcast 0010 USB Q3BFWQ & Q3EEED,
standing by for traffic (x2) and out. (15Mar06) (BC)
11175
TUFF 13: Wkg PUERTO RICO 2311 USB For a phone patch
to two DSN 781 numbers, the second being BARKSDALE METRO for
landing weather for BARKSDALE at 0030z. (21 Feb 06) (JH)
11175
ZAPPO 09: Passes L9KG 2353 USB (14Mar06) (BC)
11175
ZAPPO 10: Clg SKYMASTER 2357 USB Works PATHOLOGY to
pass IG5O. (14Mar06) (BC)
11175.0 LAJES: usb calling unheard REACH aircraft (that had
apparently called MAINSAIL), no joy on 2006-03-12 @ 21:40:48
UTC (V)
11181
PLASPR: US SIPRNet Stn Lajes Azores 1251 ALE/USB
Sounds. Also IKFSPR/Keflavik Iceland. (22Feb06) (RGA)
11184
B-6051: China Eastern A340 Flt CES554 1744 HFDL Posn
report 6136N 05002E via Reykjavik. (15Mar06) (RGA)
11184
HS-TNB: Thai International A340 1800 HFDP Logs on to
Reykjavik. (15Mar06) (RGA)
11184
MSR879: EgyptAir Flt 1744 HFDL Posn report 1743N
01502E. (15Mar06) (RGA)
11232
SENTRY 06: E-3 AWACS 2158 USB Wkg TRENTON MILITARY
for WX. (15Feb06) (MJC)
11240
N3M: Unid 0546 ALE/USB (11Mar06) (MAL)
11247
Architect: 1203 USB wkg Ascot 5118 enrt EGDL - CYQX,
selcall AK-B? (poss. H). (24-Feb-06) (MB3)
11252
: Unid VOLMET 1525 USB With weather reports some
mentioned for South America "rio" S-4. At 231600 mentioned
Atlanta & Rio. S6. (22Feb06) (LF)
11296
: Unid VOLMET 1606 USB Russian station sounded like
a volmet type good copy here off Somalia's northern tip.
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11330
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11330
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11330
11330
11330
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S-9. (23Feb06) (LF)
Khartoum: 0846 USB wkg a KLM flt w/posn report.
(01-Mar-06) (MB3)
Air Canada 1240: (YYZ-BGI, A-319) 1405 USB
Position/w New York. (20Feb06) (MH)
Air Canada 1834: (YUL-PUJ, A-320) 1511 USB
Position/w New York. (26Feb06) (MH)
American 1397: (PHL-SJU, B-757) 1334 USB Selcal
Check/w New York. (19Feb06) (MH) 1334Z
American 1857: (BOS-SJU, B-757) 1429 USB Position/w
New York. (20Feb06) (MH)
American 1857: (BOS-SJU, B-757) 1431 USB Position/w
New York. (19Feb06) (MH)
American 2474: (SJU-BOS, B-757) 1325 USB Position/w
New York. (19Feb06) (MH)
American 2474: (SJU-BOS, B-757) 1407 USB Position/w
New York. (20Feb06) (MH)
American 648: (SJU-JFK, A-300) 1331 USB Position/w
New York. (19Feb06) (MH)
American 655: (JFK-STT, B-757) 1512 USB Position/w
New York. (26Feb06) (MH)
American 699: (JFK-SJU, A-300) 1411 USB Position/w
New York, A-300) (20Feb06) (MH)
American 699: (JFK-SJU, A-300) 1424 USB Position/w
New York. (19Feb06) (MH)
American 780: (SDQ-JFK, A-300) 1414 USB Position/w
New York. (20Feb06) (MH)
American 891 (EWR-SJU, B-757) 1409 USB Position/w
New York. (19Feb06) (MH)
BWIA 425: (JFK-POS, B-737) 1355 USB Position/w New
York. (19Feb06) (MH)
BWIA: 425 (JFK-POS, B-737) 1416 USB Position/w New
York. (20Feb06) (MH)
Continental 1879: (POS-EWR, B-737) 1500 USB
Position/w New York. (26Feb06) (MH)
Continental 315: (BQN-EWR, B-737) 1351 USB
Position/w New York. (19Feb06) (MH)
Continental 315: (BQN-EWR, B-737) 1413 USB
Position/w New York. (20Feb06) (MH)
Continental 470: (EWR-SJU, B-737) 1349 USB Selcal
Check/w New York. (19Feb06) (MH) 1349Z
Continental 470: (EWR-SJU, B-737) 1433 USB
Position/w New York. (20Feb06) (MH)
Continental 475 (SJU-EWR, B-737) Position/w New
York. (20Feb06) (MH)
Continental 475: (SJU-EWR, B-737) 1308 USB
Position/w New York. (19Feb06) (MH)
Delta 2002: (SJU-JFK, B-757) 1259 USB Position/w New
York. (19Feb06) (MH)
Delta 2002: (SJU-JFK, B-757) 1353 USB Selcal Check/w
New York. (20Feb06) (MH)
Delta 2067: (JFK-SJU, B-757) 1419 USB Position/w New
York. (19Feb06) (MH)
Delta 2067: (JFK-SJU, B-757) 1428 USB Position/w New
York. (20Feb06) (MH)
Iberia 6502: (SDQ-MAD, A-340) 1425 UTC ATC
Clearance/w New York. (19Feb06) (MH)
Jet Blue 711: (JFK-SJU, A-320) 1427 USB Position/w
New York. (20Feb06) (MH)
Jet Blue 735: (JFK-BQN, A-320) 1314 USB Position/w
New York. (19Feb06) (MH)
N42PP: (LEX-AXA, Gulfstream) 1404 USB Position/w New
York. (20Feb06) (MH)
N70NE: (Hawker) 1518 USB ATC Clearance/w New York.
(26Feb06) (MH)
Sky Tours 3008: 1358 USB Position/w New York.
(20Feb06) (MH)
U.S. Air 596: (SJU-PHL, B-757) 1258 USB Position/w
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11330.0
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11350
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11377.7
11387.0
11410
WUN-v12
New York. (19Feb06) (MH)
US Air 1267: (SJU-BOS, A-319) 1403 USB Position/w
New York. (20Feb06) (MH)
US Air 1268: (PHL-SJU, B-767) 1424 USB Position/w
New York. (20Feb06) (MH)
US Air 596: (SJU-PHL, B-757) 1401 USB Position/w New
York. (20Feb06) (MH)
Varig 8992: (MAO-JFK, DC-10) 1301 USB Position/w New
York. (19Feb06) (MH)
Air Canada 1276: (YYZ-SJU, A-320), Position/w New
York, 2-19-06 @1442Z(MH)
Air Canada 1882: (YUL-SJU, A-319), Position/w New
York, 2-19-06 @1449Z(MH)
Air Canada 974: (YUL-BGI, A-319), Position/w New
York, 2-19-06 @1451Z(MH)
Air Transat 976: (YQB-PUJ, A-310), ATC Clearance/w
New York,2-19-06 @ 1529Z(MH)
American 1397: (PHL-SJU, B-757), Selcal Check/w New
York, [email protected] 1334Z(MH)
American 1781: (JFK-PUJ, B-757), Position/w New
York, 2-19-06 @1450Z(MH)
American 2474: (SJU-BOS, B-757), Position/w New
York, 2-19-06 @1325Z(MH)
American 648: (SJU-JFK, A-300), Position/w New York,
2-19-06 @1331Z(MH)
American 891: (EWR-SJU, B-757), Position/w New York,
2-19-06 @1409Z(MH)
BWIA 425: (JFK-POS, B-737), Position/w New York,
2-19-06 @ 1355Z(MH)
Continental 315: (BQN-EWR, B-737), Position/w New
York, 2-19-06 @1351Z(MH)
Continental 470: (EWR-SJU, B-737), Selcal Check/w
New York,2-19-06 @ 1349Z(MH)
Continental 475: (SJU-EWR, B-737), Position/w New
York, 2-19-06 @1308Z(MH)
Delta 2002: (SJU-JFK, B-757), Position/w New York,
2-19-06 @ 1259Z(MH)
Delta 2067: (JFK-SJU, B-757), Position/w New York,
2-19-06 @ 1419Z(MH)
Iberia 6502: (SDQ-MAD, A-340), ATC Clearance/w New
York, 2-19-06 @1425Z(MH)
Jet Blue 701: (JFK-SJU, A-320), Position/w New York,
2-19-06 @1435Z(MH)
Jet Blue 735: (JFK-BQN, A-320), Position/w New York,
2-19-06 @1314Z(MH)
U.S. Air 1465: (PHL-SXM, B-757), Selcal Check/w New
York, [email protected] 1517Z(MH)
U.S. Air 221: (PHL-SJU, A-320), Selcal Check/w New
York, 2-19-06 @1440Z(MH)
U.S. Air 596: (SJU-PHL, B-757), Position/w New York,
2-19-06 @1258Z(MH)
Varig 8992: (MAO-JFK, DC-10), Position/w New York,
2-19-06 @ 1301Z(MH)
SDJ: Stockholm Rdo, 0848 USB wkg AEW 210 selcall chk
FR-GP (01-Mar-06) (MB3)
LANT: Unid 1258 PACKET/1260 Baud! ?????????????LANT
> SAHAR ..... Penerimaan Selesai: 18681 (waktu: 39 seconds,
..... 89 bit/s) ..... LANT > SAHAR ..... ??????.
(20Feb06) (IB)
: UNID ALG customs 1545 PACTOR simplex empty
packets. Shuts off at 1556. At 1558 s/c IILA no joy and off
air. (22Feb06) (piri)
UNID: ALG customs 1545 PACTOR-1 simplex empty
packets Shuts off at 1556. At 1558 s/c IILA no joy and off
air (22FEB06) (piri)
Austrailia Volmet: usb Australia VOLMET on
2006-03-10 @ 14:35:05 UTC (V)
: Unid 2055 LINK-11 Data transmission, (15Feb06) (MJC)
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: Russian intel RUS 1323 RTTY/200/500r auto
broadcast 17+5 grouped figures (11Mar06) (PPA)
MAE: MFA Algiers, ALG 1628 USB/MIL-STD
188-141A/RACAL RACE/MSM-1250, 5LG offline crypto to Rabat
(04Feb06) (LDO)
TNS: ALG MFA Tunnis 1942 ALE/USB (09Mar06) (MAL)
TRP: ALG MFA Tripoli 1102 ALE/USB MAE (11Mar06) (MAL)
: Customs ALG 1027 PACTOR-1 F and AA msgs (05Mar06) (piri)
OZU25: MFA Copenhagen DNK 1348 ARQ shift 400Hz
opstalks with UNID Emb. (03Mar06) (piri)
: Unid Illicit 1728 CW Long fast 5FG msg ... 94112
24706 ... (ending) 71162 90146 0 0 0 0 0 0.
(28Feb06) (RGA)
HR: Sonatrach Hassi R'Mel Algeria 1945 ALE/USB
Sounding. (06Mar06) (RGA)
ADZ: Algerian consulate Agadez, NGR 1631 USB/MIL-STD
188-141A, clng Algiers (04Feb06) (LDO)
MAE: MAE Algiers 2038 ALE/USB Calls RBT/Rabat
embassy. 11427 kHz taking many strong hits but no decode.
Probably now using link protection. (06Mar06) (RGA)
NKT: ALG MFA Nouakchott 1421 ALE/USB RBT 1Mar06) (MAL)
TRP: ALG MFA Tripoli 1042 ALE/USB MAE (11Mar06) (MAL)
055: Unid (055 net) 1452 ALE/USB sndg. (21/feb/06) (sw)
: UNID N. Korean? 1305 ARQ-like signal shift abt
400Hz no decode with Code332 (03Mar06) (piri)
0000210001: Greek Gendarmerie 1503 ALE/USB Sounding.
(05Mar06) (RGA)
0000210888: Greek Gendarmerie 1812 ALE/USB Sounding.
(15Mar06) (RGA)
0000210001: Grc-Moi 1043 ALE/USB clg 0000210504
(21/feb/06) (sw)
2010: Turkish Red Crescent 1925 ALE/USB Calls 2012.
(06Mar06) (RGA)
2012: Turkish Red Crescent 1457 ALE/USB Sounding.
(11Mar06) (RGA)
: Unid. Possible S06C CW-sister Station 0102 CW Off
air at 0104. (26Feb06) (IB)
DP2: MRC Army 0921 ALE/USB clg GLOBAL (14Mar06) (KK)
O2: Morocan Armee 0934 ALE/USB clg Y3 (16Mar06) (KK)
O2: Morocan Armee 1010 ALE/USB clg Q4 (16Mar06) (KK)
O2: Morocan Armee 1051 ALE/USB clg X5 (16Mar06) (KK)
P2: Morocan Armee 1030 ALE/USB clg O2 (15Mar06) (KK)
OLZ76: Czech embassy Tunis 0851 ALE/USB sounding,
also at 0951 1252 (28Feb06) (KB)
GYA: Northwood Fleet WX FAX Service 2138 FAX/120/576
Excellent copy. (15Mar06) (EE)
: Unid 1921 CW Msgs in cut figs: R 705 E E = T4564TA
... UAT47 7N76NUTAT7 7S5U33 ... 56D5T ... (04Mar06) (RGA)
: M-0004 Admiral Starikow RUS 1420 RTTY/50 M2 3rd
shift messages to Murmansk Radio (03Mar06) (piri)
636012341: Unid 1649 DSC (Cyprus) to: 002191000:
Lyngby Radio Denmark. J3E Telephony request.
(26Feb06) (RB)
9VBC2: Sichem Oslo (Singapore) 1556 DSC RQs RCC
Australia/ Charleville/Wiluna for safety check.
(26Feb06) (RGA)
EQXU: Iran Hormoz (Iran) 1530 DSC
Sends selfaddressed SSB setup for 2182/1507 kHz (!) (26Feb06) (RGA)
TCBT8: Karem KA (Turkey) 1619 DSC RQs IstanbulRadio/TAH for
safety check. (26Feb06) (RGA)
UHBQ: Kraskino (Russia) 1609 DSC RQs Alexa-M/J8B3254
for simplex telephone conversation on 16540 kHz.
(26Feb06) (RGA)
UWLS: Ruzhany (Ukraine) 1525 DSC RQs 5BA/RCC Larnaca
Cyprus for safety check. (26Feb06) (RGA)
NRV: USCG Guam 1505 FEC Cyclone "Carina" Wngs
(28/Jan/06) (RH2)
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12593.5 UDB2: KholmskRadio Russia 1141 ARQ w/Morse ID.
(04Mar06) (RGA)
12595.5 3576: RRR34/Moskwa-1 1117 ARQ w/Morse ID. (28Feb06) (RGA)
12629 TAH: Ankara, Turkey 1439z Feb 2, 2006 CW “TAH” [SN}
12650.0 Unid: Prob US MIL ALE/USB c/s's CENTUR, NTHAWK,
QUAKE, TC159M. 03/06/06(MR)
12666.5 : Unid 1152 STANAG-4285/300L/5N1 Repeating strings
'VX.1(...VX.1(...TDJPNOZ LSAPFBM in 5N1 and ._w}._w}._w}._w}
in 8N1. (04Mar06) (RGA)
12700
XSQ: Guangzhou Radio CHN 1600 CW CQ DE XSQ PLS UP
446 CLG K (24Feb06) (piri)
12700.0 XSQ: Guangzhou Radio CHN 1600 MORSE CQ DE XSQ PLS UP
446 CLG K (24FEB06) (piri)
12710.5 PWZ: Rio De Janiero, Brazil 2219z Jan 25, 2006
850/75n with traffic, text only, possibly encrypted, poor
copy [SN]
12721
9HD: Globe Wireless Malta 1908 GW-OFDM idlers.
(04Mar06) (RGA)
12723
: Russian Military 1156 MS-5/4800/USB Setup tones.
Working with 12872 kHz. (04Mar06) (RGA)
12735
URL: Savastopol Radio UKR 1604 CW CQ CQ DE URL URL
ANS 12458.5/16658.5 PSE QSO K (24Feb06) (piri)
12735
URL: SewastopolRadio UKR 1900 CW Service bulletin:
FM SEWASTOPOLX 11 4/3 1900=POWESTKA yRM=SRÖ MSG NIL QSS/QSX
12735/ 8358.5/12548.5 QSS/QSX FONE
6507/6206/12508.5/12317/8034/8270 RyRS STAMOWSKAÄ AR.
(04Mar06) (RGA)
12735.0 URL: Savastopol Radio UKR 1604 MORSE CQ CQ DE URL
URL ANS 12458.5/16658.5 PSE QSO K (24FEB06) (piri)
12741
: Russian Military 1428 36-50/50/180 At least 2
short messages. (23Feb06) (RGA)
12745.5 JJC: Kyodo Tokio 1530 FAX/60/576 JJ Nx/paper clear. (28/Jan/06) (H2)
12840.5 PBB: dig PBB Netherland-s Navy. Den Helder,
Netherlands. RTTY 75/850 -02A 02B 04B 04C 06AOO 06B 08A 08B
12A 16X PBB- repeating. on 2006-03-16 @ 17:20:58 UTC (V)
12855
6WW: French Navy Dakar Senegal 1700
STANAG-4285/300L/ 5N2 FAAA de 6WW TESTING RYs SGs VOYEZ VOUS
LE BRICK ... INT ZBZ. Thanks for the tip Day.
(04Mar06) (RGA)
12857
6WW: French Navy Dakar 1651 RTTY/75/850 Tests.
Appears to be switching between RTTY and STANAG-4285 on
12855.1 kHz several times (briefly) before returning to RTTY
tests. (28Feb06) (RGA)
12872
: Russian Military 1204 MS-5/4800/USB Setup tones.
Working with 12723 kHz. (04Mar06) (RGA)
12877.5 UIW: Kaliningrad Radio Russia 1200 CW CQ de UIW QSS
8454/12877.5/16927 ANS 8363.5/12422.5/16677.5 K. Audible
also on 8454. (04Mar06) (RGA)
12930.7 RETJ: SN Madrid E 1615 USB
STANAG-4285/600/5/N/1/ITA2 idle and short KG84 msgs
(24Feb06) (piri)
12930.7 RETJ: SN Madrid E 1615 USB STANAG4285 600/5/N/1 ITA2
idle and short KG84 msgs (24FEB06) (piri)
13050
UDK2: Murmansk Radio RUS 1435 RTTY/50/170 M2 3rd
shift msg to Unid ship. shuts off in morse.
(03Mar06) (piri)
13170
SVO: Olympia Rdo 1348 USB tape in Greek & EE
announcing "call live on ch 806 1232 1640 2217".
(21-Feb-06) (MB3)
13175.4 KKL12B:
1856z Mar 2, 2006 CW with ID, after
digital modeweb site for station status is
http://www.kielradio.de/cgi-bin/gln-channel.cgi [SN]
13188
Moskva: 1404 USB brief recorded announcement in RR
every 40 sec. Sounds like ch. marker announcing stn & frq.
(22-Feb-06) (MB3)
13197
UDE: Odessa Radio 0838 USB YL test-counting 1 - 5 in
RR repeatedly with a xmitter that keeps switching between
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good audio and totally garbled. Noted still testing (and
malfunctioning) several hours later (24-Feb-06) (MB3)
Alia Base: 1418 USB Alia Aws LDOC wkg Alia 147 eta
Amman 1635, stand will be #14 (24-Feb-06) (MB3)
Air France 422: (CDG-BOG, A-340) 1711 USB Position/w
New York. (26Feb06) (MH)
Air France 496: (CDG-SDQ, B-747) 1723 USB Position/w
New York. (26Feb06) (MH)
Air France 620: (ORY-PTP, B-747) 1716 USB ATC
Clearance/w New York. (26Feb06) (MH)
Air France 652: (ORY-FDF, B-747) 1704 USB Position/w
New York. (26Feb06) (MH)
Airborne Express 1051: (NBW-NGU, DC-8) 1542 USB
Request Phone Patch/w New York. (21Feb06) (MH)
Alitalia 666: (MXP-CCS, B-767) 1654 USB Position/w
New York. (26Feb06) (MH)
Austrian 9729: (FRA-BGI, B-777) 1717 USB Position/w
New York. (26Feb06) (MH)
Blue Panarama 1119: 1501 USB ATC Clearance/w New
York. (21Feb06) (MH)
Blue Panarama 1523: 1523 USB Position/w New York.
(21Feb06) (MH)
Britannia 212-A: (LGW-MBJ, B-767) 1503 USB
Position/w New York. (21Feb06) (MH)
British Airways 178: (JFK-LHR, B-747) 1554 USB ATC
Clearance/w New York, (21Feb06) (MH)
British Airways 253: (LHR-NAS, B-767) 1507 USB ATC
Clearance/w New York. (21Feb06) (MH)
British Airways 253: (LHR-NAS, B-767) 1621 USB
Position/w New York. (26Feb06) (MH)
Cacti 11: 1548 USB Position/w New York. (21Feb06) (MH)
Condor 164: 1600 USB Position/w New York. (26Feb06) (MH)
Condor 254: 1656 USB ATC Clearance/w New York.
(26Feb06) (MH)
Expo 870: 1720 USB Position/w New York. (26Feb06) (MH)
Iberia 6123: (MAD-MIA, A-340) 1649 USB ATC
Clearance/w New York. (21Feb06) (MH)
Iberia 6501: (MAD-SDQ, A-340) 1659 USB Position/w
New York. (26Feb06) (MH)
JV 400: 1609 USB Position/w New York. (26Feb06) (MH)
Kestrel 19: 1519 USB Position/w New York. (21Feb06) (MH)
KLM 741: (AMS-BON, MD-11) 1657 USB Position/w New
York. (26Feb06) (MH)
KLM 783: (AMS-AUA, B-747) 1657 USB Position/w New
York. (26Feb06) (MH)
Livingston 125: 1737 USB Position/w New York.
(26Feb06) (MH)
LTU 400 (DUS-PUJ: A-330 1437 USB Position/w New
York. (21Feb06) (MH)
LTU 8242: (DUS-POP, A-330) 1613 USB Position/w New
York. (21Feb06) (MH)
Lufthansa Cargo 8188: (ORD-FRA) 1655 USB Position/w
New York. (26Feb06) (MH)
Reach 271: 1616 USB Position/w New York. (26Feb06) (MH)
Reach 320: 1740 USB ATC Clearance/w New York.
(26Feb06) (MH)
Reach 721: 1619 USB Position/w New York. (26Feb06) (MH)
Titan 19: 1630 USB Position/w New York. (21Feb06) (MH)
Virgin Atlantic 18: (EWR-LHR, A-340) 1658 USB
Position/w New York. (26Feb06) (MH) 1658Z
D-ALCG: LH8296 MD11F 1350 HFDL JNB/Air (26/Jan/06) (RH2)
G-VSHY: Virgin601 A346 1342 HFDL Posn to JNB
(26/Jan/06) (RH2)
QR-581: Qatar A330 0930 HFDL Air/Gnd Msgs
(23/Feb/06) (RH2)
Unid: LH8296 A340 1145 HFDL Air/GND msgs (23/Feb/06) (RH2)
ZS-SFE: SA 050 A319 0922 HFDL Posn to JNB
(23/Feb/06) (RH2)
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ZS-SFH: SA041 A319 0703 HFDL Posn to JNB
(26/Jan/06) (RH2)
ZS-SNC: SA-323 A346 1009 HFDL Posn to JNB
(23/Feb/06) (RH2)
ZS-SNF: SA-346 A346 1320 HFDL Posn to JNB
(23/Feb/06) (RH2)
Air France 422: (CDG-BOG. A-340) 1626 USB Position/w
New York. (25Feb06) (MH)
Air France 460: (CDG-CCS. B-747) 1534 USB Position/w
New York. (25Feb06)
Air France 608: (ORY-CAY. A-340) 1556 USB Selcal
Check/w New York. (25Feb06) (MH)
Air France 620: (ORY-PTP. B-747) 1555 USB Position/w
New York. (18Feb06) (MH)
Air France 620: (ORY-PTP. B-747) 1629 USB Selcal
Check/w New York. (25Feb06) (MH) 1629Z
Air Portugal 121: (LIS-CCS. A-310) 1508 USB
Position/w New York. (25Feb06) (MH)
Alitalia 686: (FCO-CCS. B-767) 1539 USB Position/w
New York. (25Feb06) (MH)
Avianca 11: (MAD-BOG. B-767) 1834 USB ATC
Clearance/w New York. (18Feb06) (MH)
Avianca 15: (MAD-CLO. B-767) 1601 USB Position/w New
York. (18Feb06) (MH)
Avianca 15: (MAD-CLO. B-767) 1610 USB Position/w New
York. (25Feb06) (MH)
Belair 631: 1638 USB Position/w New York. (25Feb06) (MH)
British Airways 2153: (LGW-BGI. B-777) 1827 USB
Position/w New York. (18Feb06) (MH)
British Airways 2155: (LGW-BGI. B-777) 1606 USB
Position/w New York. (18Feb06) (MH)
BWIA 901: (LHR-BGI) 1611 USB Position/w New York.
(18Feb06) (MH)
Condor 156: 1602 USB Position/w New York. (18Feb06) (MH)
Corsair 924: 1603 USB Position/w New York. (25Feb06) (MH)
Expo 853: 1618 USB Position/w New York. (25Feb06) (MH)
Expo 860: 1818 USB Position/w New York. (18Feb06) (MH)
French West 520: 1536 USB ATC Clearance/w New York.
(25Feb06) (MH)
Iberia 6703: (MAD-CCS. A-340) 1628 USB Position/w
New York. (25Feb06) (MH)
KLM 713: (AMS-PBM. B-747) 1810 USB Position/w New
York. (18Feb06) (MH)
KLM 741: (AMS-BON. MD-11) 1554 USB Position/w New
York. (18Feb06) (MH)
KLM 785: (AMS-SXM. B-747) 1805 USB ATC Clearance/w
New York. (18Feb06) (MH)
LTU 400: (DUS-MBJ. A-330) 1556 USB Position/w New
York. (18Feb06) (MH)
LTU 908: (DUS-RSW. A-330) 1552 USB ATC Clearance/w
New York. (18Feb06) (MH)
Santa Barbara 1333: 1526 USB Position/w New York.
(25Feb06) (MH)
Santa Barbara 1333: 1549 USB Position/w New York.
(18Feb06) (MH)
Starway 74: 1545 USB Position/w New York. (18Feb06) (MH)
UPS 235: (PHL-CGN. B-767) 1637 USB Selcal Check/w
New York. (25Feb06) (MH)
Virgin Atlantic 29: (LGW-BGI. B-747) 1559 USB
Position/w New York. (25Feb06) (MH)
Air France 620: (ORY-PTP, B-747), Position/w New
York, 2-18-06 @1555Z(MH)
Air Portugal 121: (LIS-CCS, A-310), Position/w New
York, 2-18-06 @1613Z(MH)
Alitalia 636: (MXP-MIA, B-777), ATC Clearance/w New
York, [email protected] 1542Z(MH)
Avianca 11: (MAD-BOG, B-767), ATC Clearance/w New
York, 2-18-06 @1834Z 04706.0 KINLOSS RESCUE: JRCC Kinloss,
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13354.0
13354.0
13354.0
13354.0
13354.0
13528.0
13550.5
13564.9
13597.0
13883
13886.2
13927.1
WUN-v12
G, 1800, USB, wkg"RESCUE-131" (RAF SAR helicopter),
04-Feb-2006. (CK)
Avianca 15: (MAD-CLO, B-767), Position/w New York,
2-18-06 @ 1601Z(MH)
Britannia 756-A: Position/w New York, 2-18-06 @
1638Z(MH)
British Airways 2037: (LGW-MCO, B-777), Position/w
New York,2-18-06 @ 1630Z(MH)
British Airways 2153: (LGW-BGI, B-777), Position/w
New York,2-18-06 @ 1827Z(MH)
British Airways 2155: (LGW-BGI, B-777), Position/w
New York,2-18-06 @ 1606Z(MH)
BWIA 901: (LHR-BGI), Position/w New York, 2-18-06 @
1611Z(MH)
BWIA 991: (MAN-BGI, A-340), ATC Clearance/w New
York, 2-18-06 @1621Z(MH)
Condor 156: Position/w New York, 2-18-06 @ 1602Z(MH)
Condor 164: Position/w New York, 2-18-06 @ 1716Z(MH)
Continental 65: (LIS-EWR, B-757), Position/w New
York, 2-18-06 @1614Z(MH)
Corsair 926: Position/w New York, 2-18-06 @
1644Z(MH)
Expo 860: Position/w New York, 2-18-06 @ 1818Z(MH)
Iberia 6311: (MAD-GUA, A-340), Position/w New York,
2-18-06 @1643Z(MH)
Iberia 6403: (MAD-MEX, A-340), Position/w New York,
2-18-06 @1651Z(MH)
Iberia 6501: (MAD-SDQ, A-340), Position/w New York,
2-18-06 @1628Z(MH)
Iberia 6635: (MAD-UIO, A-340), Position/w New York,
2-18-06 @1646Z(MH)
KLM 713: (AMS-PBM, B-747), Position/w New York,
2-18-06 @ 1810Z(MH)
KLM 741: (AMS-BON, MD-11), Position/w New York,
2-18-06 @ 1544Z(MH)
KLM 785: (AMS-SXM, B-747), ATC Clearance/w New York,
2-18-06 @1805Z(MH)
LTU 400: (DUS-MBJ, A-330), Position/w New York,
2-18-06 @ 1556Z(MH)
LTU 908: (DUS-RSW, A-330), ATC Clearance/w New York,
2-18-06 @1552Z(MH)
Lufthansa 534: (FRA-CCS, A-340), Position/w New
York, 2-18-06 @1714Z(MH)
Martinair 903: (AMS-VRA, B-767), Position/w New
York, 2-18-06 @1633Z(MH)
Santa Barbara 1333: Position/w New York, 2-18-06 @
1549Z(MH)
Starway 74: Position/w New York, 2-18-06 @ 1545Z(MH)
Virgin Atlantic 29: (LGW-BGI, B-747), Position/w New
York, [email protected] 1538Z(MH)
Virgin Atlantic 33: (LGW-ANU, B-747), Position/w New
York, [email protected] 1626Z(MH)
C: cw - C - Beacon. Russian Navy? on 2006-03-16 @
17:35:23 UTC (V)
: New Zealand Met Service Wellington 2138
FAX/120/560 (15Mar06) (EE)
: Unid 1158 OMFSK/195.5/600-4TONE Bearing 310°
Greenland N.America or 130° Mediterranean Egypt E.Africa
Diego Garcia. Could someone else take bearings on these
unids? (18Mar06) (RGA)
JMH4: Tokyo Meteo, FAX, Surface Analysis. Very
clear. 0840(20-Feb-2006) (MDM)
DDK6: Pinnenberg Met 1536 FAX/120/576 poor chart looked Baltic area (28/Jan/06) (RH2)
: Moscow Met 1527 FAX/120/576 Sfc Anal - clear
chart. (28/Jan/06) (RH2)
MARS (AFA1HS): 2036z USB w King 15 (C-130, Moody
AFB) pp DSN 460-3501 (Moody Angel Ops) and 460-7112 (Moody
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13956.5
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13986.7
14008
14389.1
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
14396.5
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71RQS King Ops); inbound. (22/Feb/2006) (ALS).
: Swiss embassy Ankara, TUR 0805 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone modem, crypto tfc to
Bern, net using ALE with linking protection (19Feb06) (LDO)
EXN: Unid Moroccan Net MRC 0924 ARQ/100/170 QSA and
QRK to F07 and UIA (12Mar06) (PPA)
G7M: MFA Tunis TUN 1531 FEC to MYZ ryryryryry ami
bsr votre qsa et qrk 55555555 qru b car (03Mar06) (piri)
: MFA Bern, SUI 0919 USB/MIL-STD 188-141B/MIL-STD
188-110A serial tone, rcvng e-mail traffic from Tehran, net
using ALE + linking protection (04Feb06) (LDO)
: Swiss embassy Tehran, IRN 0919 USB/MIL-STD
188-141B/MIL-STD 188-110A serial tone, crypto tfc. to Bern,
network using ALE with linking protection (04Feb06) (LDO)
:Mod Paris F 0943 ARQ-E3/192/445 Idle/Sync
mode.(07Mar02) (BC3)
: Russian Military 1132 36-50/50/160 At least one
message. (05Mar06) (RGA)
MARS (AFA1WP): 2045z USB w GHOST 04, M & W phone
patch.(22/Feb/2006) (ALS).
AAA9USA: Arizona 1557z Feb 1, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
AAT3EN: Pennsylvania 1554z Jan 11, 2006 USB with
net check-in [SN]
AFA1YDF: New Jersey 1615z Feb 8, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
AFA1YG: New Jersey 1706z Jan 18, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
AFA2FY: Alabama 1625z Jan 18, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
AFA4NV: [QTH?] 1639z Jan 11, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
AFA5SI: Colorado 1706z Jan 11, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
KGA 908: [QTH ?] 1557z Feb 22, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
KGA 911: [QTH ?] 1603z Jan 25, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
KNY 56: Texas 1641z Feb 22, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
KNY 81: Everett, Washington 1703z Feb 1, 2006 USB
with net check-in [SN]
Mockingbird 11:[QTH?] 1626z Jan 25, 2006 USB with
net check-in [SN]
NCS 011: [QTH?] 1627z Jan 25, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
NCS 014: Missouri 1531z Mar 3, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
NCS 023: Houston, Texas 1644z Jan 18, 2006 USB
with net check-in [SN]
NCS 032: Massachusetts 1604z Jan 25, 2006 USB with
net check-in [SN]
NCS 036: [QTH?] 1601z Jan 18,2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
NNN0KAG: [QTH?] 1552z Feb 8, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
NNN0NUS: Washington 1645z Feb 22, 2006 USB with
net check-in [SN]
NNN0OAR: Illinois 1638z Jan 18, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
NNN0QVU: South Carolina 1648z Jan 11, 2006 USB
with net check-in [SN]
NNN0QWS: Washington 1600z Feb 8, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
NNN0UTO: Washington 1655z Feb 1, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
NNN0VGW: Alabama 1642z Feb 1, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
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14467.3
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14670.0
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14700
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14919.7
14918.0
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WUN-v12
NNN0VUV: [QTH?] 1651z Feb 1, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
Red Robin 194: Michigan 1643z Jan 18, 2006 USB
with net check-in [SN]
Red Robin 8: {QTH?] 1648z Jan 11, 2006 USB with
net check-in [SN]
Texas CAP 524: Texas 1640z Jan 18, 2006 USB with
net check-in [SN]
WGY 912: Mount Weather, Maryland 1645z Jan 25,
2006 USB with net check-in [SN]
WGY 933: Pikesville, Maryland 1704z Jan 11, 2006
USB with net check-in [SN]
WGY 9438: [QTH?] 1651z Feb 22, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
WGY 943: Charleston, West Virginia 1709z Jan 25,
2006 USB with net check-in [SN]
WGY 974: Florida 1618z Jan 25, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
WGY 9948: [QTH?] 1548z Jan 18, 2006 USB with net
check-in [SN]
WUZ: Alabama 1613z Jan 25, 2006 USB trying to
check in to net [SN] USB with net check-in [SN]
WWJ85O: Michigan 1628z Jan 18, 2006 USB “WWJ 85
Oscar” [SN] USB with net check-in [SN]
DDH8: dig DDH8 Hamburg Meteo, Germany. 50/450 RTTY.
-CQ CQ CQ DE DDH47 DDH9 DDH8 FREQUENCIES 147.3 KHZ 11039 KHZ
KHZ- on 2006-03-16 @ 18:02:31 UTC (V)
R1AM: Rohde & Schwarz HQ Munich, D 1000 USB/MIL-STD
188-110B Appendix C, e-mail tfc to Abu Dhabi using STANAG
5066 with DRC protocol (28Feb06) (LDO)
R3AU: R&S/Navy Abu Dhabi, UAE 1000 USB/MIL-STD
188-110B Appendix C, rcvng e-mail tfc from Munich, using
STANAG 5066 with DRC protocol (28Feb06) (LDO)
: MFA CAIRO EGY 1513 ARQ s/c TVVS and 5ltr codemsg
to EGYEMB Alger (21Feb06) (piri)
DP2 Morocan Armee 1717 ALE/USB clg GLOBAL (15Mar06) (KK)
DP2: MRC Army 0918 ALE/USB clg GLOBAL (14Mar06) (KK)
GLOBAL: MRC Army 1717 ALE/USB clg GLOBAL (13Mar06) (KK)
: EGYDIPLO 1614 ARQ Working but too weak to
identify. (23Feb06) (piri)
EGYDIPLO: 1614 ARQ Working but too weak to identify
(23FEB06) (piri)
CHU: Ottawa TS CAN 1616 AM Spoken time and second
pips. (05Mar06) (piri)
CHU: Time Station Ottawa, Canada 1535 CW S-2 to 3.
(22Feb06) (LF)
CHU: am CHU Ottawa Canada. time signals. on
2006-03-10 @ 14:55:09 UTC (V)
CHU: Ottawa TS CAN 1616 AM Spoken time and second
pips (05MAR06) (piri)
STAT154: Tunisian Net 1310 ALE/USB clg TU3 (09Mar06) (KK)
TUD: Tunisian 1214 ALE/USB clg STAT5 (09Mar06) (KK)
TUD: Tunisian Net 1320 ALE/USB clg TU1 (09Mar06) (KK)
TUD: Tunisian Net 1326 ALE/USB clg TU1 (09Mar06) (KK)
: Unid 1326 OMFSK/195.5/600/4-TONE Bearing 160°
(France/ Spain/Africa) or 340° (Iceland/Greenland).
(26Feb06) (RGA)
Unid: 0202 UNID/PSK or FSK/600 Baud Earlier on this
frequency worked same station but precisely FSK 800 Hz
shift. (10Mar06( (IB)
1701: unid Sudanese diplo 1345 PACTOR/200/200
encrypted data to "832" (05Mar06) (PPA)
055: Unid (055 net) 1508 ALE/USB sndg. (21/feb/06) (sw)
TVVX: EGYEMB Alger ALG 1505 CODAN/USB after qso on
with SSUB MFA Cairo. 1515 back to ARQ on 14919.7.
Receiving and sending msgs on ARQ. (05Mar06) (piri)
TVVX: EGYEMB Alger ALG 1505 USB/CODAN after qso on
(05MAR06) (piri)
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14919.7 TVVX: EGYEMB Alger ALG 1503 ARQ Selcalls SSUB MFA
Cairo 1505 over to CODAN and 1515 back on ARQ
(05MAR06) (piri)
14919.7 TVVX: EGYEMB Alger ALG 1503 ARQ Selcalls SSUB MFA
Cairo. 1505 over to CODAN and 1515 back on ARQ. Receive and
sending messages. 1554 shut off with bay bay. MFA Cairo not
found (05Mar06) (piri)
15016
___MENT(?): EAM Bcast 2020 USB SHOR? or SHO??? and
simulcasting same on at least 11175.0 (weak/unreadable) and
8992.0 (weak/unreadable) with nothing heard on 4724.0.
(14 Mar 06) (JH)
15016
ANDREWS: Andrews AFB MD USA 0900 USB "All stations
this is the High Frequency Global Communications System Net
Control, All request for Air to Ground phone patches tune
13.200. Andrews maintaining listening watch. Andrews out."
(14Mar06) (RF)
15016
COLA NUT: EAM Bcast 2110 USB Q3EEED simulcasting
same on at least 11175.0 (weak/unreadable) and 8992.0
(weak/unreadable) with nothing heard on 4724.0. He ended
his xmsn with the STANDING BY FOR TRAFFIC statement. H+10
suggests TACAMO LANT. (14 Mar 06) (JH)
15016
HATHAWAY: EAM Bcast 1620 USB 4Y7Y40 Followed the
bcst with the STANDING BY FOR TRAFFIC statement (2x) and
gone. At 1648z ANDREWS bcst a 20-character EAM (4YOVKV).
During the bcst there was at least one player under ANDREWS
with unknown 4Y string, followed by same player or maybe
HATHAWAY with 4Y7Y4O. HATHAWAY may be TACAMO PAC with
h+20/h+50 restorals. (14 Mar 06) (JH)
15016
HATHAWAY: EAM Retransmission 1622 USB Two different
stations re-transmitting same EAM (HATHAWAY and PATHOLOGY).
Same on 8992 and 11175 (nil heard 13200, 6997, 13155 and
8776). (14Mar06) (BC)
15016
SNOWFALL: EAM Bcast 0020 USB Q3CHQD. Also on 11175
and 8992. (15Mar06) (BC)
15016
Unid: EAM Bcast 1607 USB 4Y7Y40. (14 Mar 06) (JH)
15016
Unid: EAM Bcast/s 0020 USB At least Q3CHQD (faded
into noise floor during xmsn). Suspected h+20/h+50 EAM
restoral bcst. Suspected TACAMO PAC. (15 Mar 06) (JH)
15034.0 Trenton Military VOLMET: usb ALL catagories and
locations -no report received.- !! Not much of a aviation
weather report was it.... and into a repeat..... -no report
received.- on 2006-03-12 @ 20:36:56 UTC (V)
15043.0 Sentry61: usb -Sentry 61- w/ phone patch to Raymond
24 passing multi-line msg on 2006-03-10 @ 16:45:26 UTC (V)
15920
CFH: CanForce Halifax NS Canada 1423 RTTY/75/850
ZKRs to NAWS. (23Feb06) (RGA)
15920.0 CFH: Halifax Canada RTTY 75/850 -NAWS DE CFH ZKR F1
2822 3394 4167 6254 8312 12377 16576 22182 AR- repeating.
on 2006-03-08 @ 14:34:22 UTC (V)
15959
: NATO Bcast System 1422 NATO-75/75/850 Enciphered
in KG84. Long messages. Bearing 110°. Cyprus (?)
(23Feb06) (RGA)
15988
: Unid 1229 FAX/120/576 Very poor noisy pressure
chart. Bearing 60° Russia SE Asia Australia or 240° Brazil
Chile. (18Mar06) (RGA)
15988
DDK7: Pinnenberg Met 1640 RTTY/50/400 BBXX Wx codes
(27/Jan/06) (RH2)
16017.7 : MFA Cairo EGY 1444 ARQ S/C TVQX No joy and off air
(22Feb06) (piri)
16028.7 RCVB: EGYEMB Washington USA 1505 AA msgs to MFA
Cairo (22FEB06) (piri)
16028.7 RCVB: EGYEMB Washington USA 1505 ARQ AA msgs to MFA
Cairo (22Feb06) (piri)
16084
LINCOLNSHIRE POACHER: E03 Cyprus? 1310 USB
Musicfemale voicenumbers. (04-Mar-06) (FC)
16240
1100: Protection Civile Marocaine 1716 ALE/USB
Sounding. (15Mar06) (RGA)
16260
P6Z: MFA Paris 1230 FEC-A/192/400 Idling. Prob clg
Pagina 263
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16278.6
16331.7
16332
16332
16332.1
16335
16610.0
16611.6
16667.0
16747.0
16804
16804.5
16806.5
16808
16813
16814.5
16814.5
16819.5
16906.7
16939
16945
16951.5
16957.8
17020
17020
17147
17147
18009
18009.0
18238.0
18261.0
WUN-v12
N2G. (07/Feb/06) (RH2)
7RQ20: MFA Alger ALG 1621 COQ-8 plain F msg to
ALGEMB Sanaa YEM (25Feb06) (piri)
7RQ20: MFA Alger ALG 1621 Coquelet-8 plain F msg to
ALGEMB Sanaa YEM (25FEB06) (piri)
D: Cluster Beacon Odessa 1420 CW (23Feb06) (RGA)
C: BEACON MOSCOW 0926 CW (05Mar06) (FC)
C: Cluster Beacon Moscow 1421 CW (23Feb06) (RGA)
A: Azberjain, Russia 1501z Feb 27, 2006 CW “A”
marker [SN]
NKT: ALG MFA Nouakchott 1104 ALE/USB MAE (11Mar06) (MAL)
NMF: USCG Boston, MA HF-FAX 120/576 with chart
labled -24-Hour Wind & Wave Forecast- on 2006-03-05 @
08:25:36 UTC(V)
STANAG: 4285 300 BPS long interleaving, KG-84
encrypted on 2006-03-05 @ 07:51:19 UTC (V)
Unid: either Rohde&Schwarz 2400bd modem or FARCOS
or MAHRS data burst on 2006-03-12 @ 04:10:52 UTC (V)
UNID: Ship station in Sitor-B broadcasting news of
the Philippines in Sitor-B at 2200 and 2230.24feb06 (HS)
440710000: 6KUP F/V Oryong No. 752 1843 DSC (South
Korea) 495 DWT Fishing Vessel. To: 003160016: Halifax CG
Radio CAN. Test request. (26Feb06) (RB)
002091000: 622121425 WADI ALKARNAK/SSMM-EGY (safety)
from 002091000 Cyprus Radio-CYP test ACK[2006-03-17 (RW)
NMF: USCG Boston 1544 FEC Wx Navarea4 (28/Jan/06) (RH2)
: Russian Military 1249 36-50/50/250 Idling on revs.
(18Mar06) (RGA)
UAT: MoscowRadio 1253 ARQ Long Autotelex helpfile.
(18Mar06) (RGA)
CBV: VALPARAISO RADIO 1425 CW Chan free marker "CBV"
(09/Mar)(DW)
CBV: VALPARAISO RADIO 1430 SITOR/B 100/E/170 Nav wng
bdcast. Vri poor copy (10/Mar)(DW)
NMN: CAMSLANT Chesapeake VA USA 1414 ARQ w/Morse ID.
(23Feb06) (RGA)
FUV: FF Jibouti 1524 RTTY/75/850 Test tape
(28/Jan/06) (RH2)
9HD: Globe Wireless Malta 1255 GW-OFDM Idling. Weak.
Also on 16945 kHz equally weak. (18Mar06) (RGA)
9HD: Globe Wireless Malta 1413 GLOBEDATA Idling.
(23Feb06) (RGA)
6WW: FN Dakar 1520 RTTY/75/850 Test tape (28/Jan/06) (RH2)
FUJ: STANAG 4285 300 BPS long interleaving 5N1 w/
test tape on 2006-03-05 @ 03:58:30 UTC (V)
UDK2: MurmanskRadio Russia 1326 RTTY/50/170 RYs then
tgm to unid ship. Morse: NIL 73 de UDK2. UDYN (Maxim
Starostin) PSE 16798. UDYN too weak to copy.
(26Feb06) (RGA)
UDK: MurmanskRadio 1259 CW Urging UCTS/Pavel
Koutakhov to GA. Then takes 2 telegrams and signs off QSL 2
NIL 73 de UDK2 SU EE. (18Mar06) (RGA)
17080
RDL: Rus Navy 0140 CW Text: uuuuuuu rdl rdl rdl
56403 27031 56403 27031 56403 27031 k xxx xxx.
(26Feb06) (IB)
URL: SEWASTOPOL RADIO 1521 CW CH. MARKER. (07Mar06) (FC)
URL: SewastopolRadio Ukraine 1415 RTTY/50/170
Telegram to ship from Natasha & Katya in Sewastopol.
(23Feb06) (RGA)
: UNID 1410 USB MIL-STD 188-110 Serial tone modem
msgs beginning with "UUUUUUUyZ3" and ending with "*UUUR
[EOM]" (01Mar06) (piri)
UNID: 1410 USB MIL-STD 188-110 Serial tone modem
msgs (01MAR06) (piri)
ZSJ: SAN CAPETOWN 1535 FAX 120/576/N/800 Sfc
analysis (24/Feb)(DW)
GYA: FWOC NORTHWOOD 1503 FAX 120/576/N/800
Directional Gulf svc, vri weak/noisy. Mid East coasts just
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18336
18529.5
18529.5
18598.4
18716.7
18716.7
18788.9
18864.0
18864.0
19705.0
19843.9
19945
19945
19945
20340
21866.0
21866.0
22383.5
22389.5
22461.0
WUN-v12
discernable (03/Mar)(DW)
055: Unid 1206 ALE/USB Sounding. (22Feb06) (RGA)
7RV50: ALGEMB Moscow RUS 1355 COQ-8 VISA request msg
in F to 7RQ20 MFA Alger (01Mar06) (piri)
7RV50: ALGEMB Moscow RUS 1355 Coquelet-8 VISA
request msg to 7RQ20 MFA Alger (01MAR06) (piri)
STANAG 4285: 600 BPS long interleaving on 2006-03-05
@ 03:52:17 UTC (V)
: MFA Cairo EGY 1402 ARQ S/C RCVB EGYEMB Washington
who give no response (22Feb06) (piri)
MFA Cairo: EGY 1402 ARQ S/C RCVB EGYEMB Washington
who give no response (22FEB06) (piri)
: Unid 1155 OMFSK/195.5/600-4TONE Bearing 065°
Russia SE Asia Australia or 245° - Azores Central America
Brazil. (18Mar06) (RGA)
E3A: usb E3a on 2006-03-09 @ 13:27:04 UTC by Sferix
in Taipei Taiwan (V)
V3a: usb V3a, in progress on 2006-03-16 @ 13:37:25
UTC by Sferix in Taipei Taiwan (V)
CRUEX: & OBY: 1803 USB ALE (18/FEB/06) (JLM)
: Unid 1326 OMFSK/195.5/600/4-TONE W/w 14779.9?
Bearing 085° (Central/S.Europe) or 265° (N.America).
(26Feb06) (RGA)
GAO: ALG MFA Gao 1049 ALE/USB MAE (12Mar06) (MAL)
LZ51: Unid ALG MOI 0624 ALE/USB (10Mar06) (MAL)
NKT: ALG MFA Nouakchott 1722 ALE/USB MAE (11Mar06) (MAL)
NKT: ALG MFA Nouakchott 1107 ALE/USB MAE (11Mar06) (MAL)
E3A: usb E3a on 2006-03-09 @ 13:26:57 UTC by Sferix
in Taipei Taiwan (V)
V3a: usb V3a, in progress on 2006-03-16 @ 13:37:17
UTC by Sferix in Taipei Taiwan (V)
WLO: MOBILE RADIO 1455 CW Chan free marker "WLO"
(27/Feb)(DW)
NMN: USCG CAMSLANT 1506 CW Chan free marker "NMN"
(after 1500z?) (27/Feb)(DW)
FUJ: STANAG 4285 300 BPS 5N1 w/ test tape on
2006-03-05 @ 03:29:29 UTC (V)
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