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Re: HFGCS General Log
« Reply #225 on: March 04, 2024, 2013 UTC »
Otis-33 working Mainsail with phone patch on 11159 khz

2010 UTC 4 March 24
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Re: HFGCS General Log
« Reply #226 on: March 05, 2024, 1525 UTC »
5 MAR 24
11175
1523z MAINE85 calling MAINSAIL for r/c.  MAINSAIL answers.
1529z unk aircraft calling MAINSAIL.  MAINSAIL answers.
1532z unk aircraft calling any radio for r/c.  They were off frequency.
1605z SCOUT93 calling for r/c, off frequency.  MAINSAIL answers.
1922z DOOM61 calling NEPTUNE. RED RIVER with a loud signal answers.
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Re: HFGCS General Log
« Reply #227 on: March 06, 2024, 1354 UTC »
6 MAR 24
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1352z SCOTT AFB aircraft MX calling for r/c.  JAILBAIT answers (same op as MAINSAIL)
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Re: HFGCS General Log
« Reply #228 on: March 07, 2024, 0021 UTC »
070001Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
00:01Z SAM 190 calling MAINSAIL; L/C.

070013Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
00:13Z SKYLIGHT calling SAM 190; no response;
00:14Z SKYLIGHT calling SAM 190; no response.

070026Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
00:26Z RAIDER 11 with DOORPLATE.

071844Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
18:44Z GOPHER 05 calling MAINSAIL for radio check; L/C.

071847Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
18:47Z GOPHER 05 calling MAINSAIL for radio check; no response;
18:49Z GOPHER 05 calling MAINSAIL for radio check; L/C.

072030Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
20:30Z REACH 540 calling MAINSAIL for radio check; L/C.

072035Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
20:35Z REACH 540 calling MAINSAIL, testing 2nd radio; no response;
20:37Z REACH 540 calling MAINSAIL for radio check; L/C.

072146Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
21:46Z SKYLIGHT calling RAYMOND 33; L/C. (RAYMOND unheard from my location)
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Re: HFGCS General Log
« Reply #229 on: March 11, 2024, 1524 UTC »
111517Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
15:17Z UNITED 23 calling MAINSAIL for radio check; no response; (UNITED 23 slightly off frequency)
15:18Z UNITED 23 calling ANY RADIO for radio check; no response.

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Re: HFGCS General Log
« Reply #230 on: March 11, 2024, 1745 UTC »
Transcribed from this livestream[note 1];

111621Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
16:21 ROMAN LAD requests radio check from NEON LAMP; I didn't hear response.
16:23Z NEON LAMP requests radio check from ROMAN LAD; L/C. ROMAN LAD requests NEON LAMP meet on CE WINDOW.


111624Z MAR 2024 9031.0 kHz USB [CE WINDOW]
16:24 ROMAN LAD requests radio check from NEON LAMP; L/C.
16:24 ROMAN LAD; "at this time we're gonna try to coordinate some HF data, if you guys are able to, at this moment."
16:24 NEON LAMP; "[...] let us get set up for that."
16:25 ROMAN LAD; "[...] while we're at it, would you guys be able to set up [point to point?]?"
16:26 ROMAN LAD; "were gonna be ahead with Harrises."

16:29 NEON LAMP; "are you guys setting up the point to point?"
16:29 ROMAN LAD; "uh yeah, we should be setting up the point to point. I believe they already did."
16:29 NEON LAMP; "okay, copy. We're doing HF data right now. We had a minor [tasking?] to handle and now we're moving along."

16:35 ROMAN LAD; "at this time my station is ready to transmit. just keep [...] how everything's going on your end."
16:36 NEON LAMP; "we are almost there. we have recently been tasked with a lot of stuff to do so, uh, we're almost there."
16:36 ROMAN LAD; "take your time."
16:39 NEON LAMP; "we are ready for your data, if you guys wanna transmit first."
16:40 ROMAN LAD; "yeah, just give us two seconds."
16:41 ROMAN LAD; "as far as transmission goes, would you guys like to keep 90310 open for communications, and use Z150 as the actual transmit and receive data frequency?"
16:41 NEON LAMP; "copy, Z150. let me dial it in real quick."
16:42 ROMAN LAD; "if everything's set up on your end, we will transmit."
16:42 NEON LAMP; "we are ready to receive."

[Sound can be heard on 9016 kHz USB, probably confirming a list of Z freqs someone provided to me a few months ago. Recording not on livestream.]


111643Z MAR 2024 9031.0 kHz USB
16:44 ROMAN LAD; "we should be done with the transmission. I thought [.. receive?]"
16:44 NEON LAMP; "I did not hear data tones. Are you guys sure you were on Z150?"

16:46 NEON LAMP; "we did not hear any data tones over Z150. request you move to Z120."
16:46 ROMAN LAD; "moving to Z120."
16:46 NEON LAMP; "we are on Z120. ready to receive again."

[Sound can be heard on 13245 kHz USB.]


111647Z MAR 2024 9031.0 kHz USB [Z120]
16:48 NEON LAMP; "are you guys sending data, or what?"
16:48 ROMAN LAD; "give us three more seconds. I'm gonna swap radio and see if everything will come up."

[Sound can be heard on 13245 kHz USB. As described by NEON LAMP momentarily, "one solid tone".] (Livestream does swap over to this frequency and sound is recorded.)


111651Z MAR 2024 9031.0 kHz USB
16:51 NEON LAMP; "be advised we did receive sound from you, but it only sounded like one solid tone. it did not sound like data."
16:52 ROMAN LAD; "alright. I'm gonna have my other panel operators recheck all their [...] clear up anything that may have [...]
16:52 NEON LAMP; "okay, sounds good. we're chilling."

16:56 ROMAN LAD; "at this time, if you guys don't mind, we would like to switch over to secure to see if we can work out some of the [...]"
16:56 NEON LAMP; "let me get loaded up here. should I stay on the CE?"
16:57 NEON LAMP; "request we move HF secure to Z155."
16:57 ROMAN LAD; "copy all, we will go secure to 155. it's gonna take a couple more minutes on our side to just get set up [...] we'll let you know."
16:57 NEON LAMP; "uh, let's go ahead and move to Z155 and do a radio check first." [note 2]
16:57 ROMAN LAD; "copy all. moving to Z155."


111658Z MAR 2023 18387 kHz USB [Z155]
16:58 ROMAN LAD requests radio check; NEON LAMP has ROMAN LAD L/C, but NEON LAMP's audio sounds distorted.
16:59 ROMAN LAD requests radio check again.
16:59 NEON LAMP's audio still sounds distorted; "request you move to Z210, Z210."

(I do not know which frequency is Z210. Returned to 9031 kHz in case they returned to CE Window and waited.)


111705Z MAR 2023 9031 kHz USB
17:05Z NEON LAMP; "request we move to Z100."
17:05 ROMAN LAD: "moving to Z100."


111705Z MAR 2023 13907 kHz USB [Z100]
17:05 NEON LAMP and ROMAN LAD request radio check at the same time, broadcasting over each other.
17:06 NEON LAMP requests radio check; L/C.
17:06 NEON LAMP; "I'm gonna go ahead and finish setting up for secure, and then I will let you know when I'm ready to go."

17:13 (Signal can be heard on 13907 kHz; lasts under a minute, not sure if related to comms between NEON LAMP and ROMAN LAD.)

17:15 ROMAN LAD; "let me know whenever you're ready."
17:15 NEON LAMP; "stand by, I'm having trouble loading this real quick, I'm trying to find the right setting."

17:31 NEON LAMP; "we are ready to go secure. over."
17:31 ROMAN LAD; "alright, perfect. moving to secure."
17:32 (Digital modem signal can be heard on 13907 kHz. Sounds similar to what I have heard in previous contexts ANDVT and/or "ANDVT-like". Three additional instances from 17:33 to 17:36.)
17:37 ROMAN LAD; "NEON LAMP, NEON LAMP, this is ROMAN LAD, ROMAN LAD, on 13907 in the clear."
17:39 (Three additional instances of ANDVT/ANDVT-like digital sound from 17:39 to 17:41.)
17:42 ROMAN LAD requests radio check from NEON LAMP; L/C.
17:42 ROMAN LAD; "alright, perfect. we were going out, we believe we heard a garbled transmission coming from you. can you confirm it was coming through and/or if you could hear the status of our voice coming through in the green?"
17:42 NEON LAMP; "I can confirm that - it sounded like you guys were trying to go out as well but for some reason it's not taking up."
17:43 ROMAN LAD; "please say again your last."
17:43 NEON LAMP; "yeah, we could hear you too. sounded like it was garbled. I'm not 100% sure what's going on."
17:45 ROMAN LAD; "can you guys ensure that your [...] net HF is displayed, that you're using HF net secure crypto?"
17:45 NEON LAMP; "it is displayed and I am using the crypto designated in the [cog?]"
17:46 ROMAN LAD; "I could switch to a different radio and hopefully that will play out a little different. not very optimistic in that approach but, you know, [...]"
17:46 NEON LAMP; "repeat your last on that one. I got [stepped on?]"
17:46 ROMAN LAD; "I could go ahead and switch radios using the same frequencies and hopefully it might clear up something. not very optimistic that it will but, you know, anything's worth a shot at this point."
17:46 NEON LAMP; "ok yeah go ahead change radios. I know I had to change a radio because the [..] wasn't working. if you wanna go ahead and do that, let me know, we could try it again."
17:47 ROMAN LAD requests 2 radio checks; L/C.
17:48 ROMAN LAD; "we're gonna go ahead and retry HF secure again using this new radio configuration. I'm gonna say if you don't hear anything coming through by 1751Z if you'd wanna just meet back up on the [clear-fi?]"
17:51 NEON LAMP; "moving to secure now."
17:51 (ANDVT/ANDVT-like digital sound on 13907 kHz; followed by 3 more.)
17:51 NEON LAMP; "hey, does your first line read 1TTB2.4?"[note 3]
17:52 ROMAN LAD; "your last transmission came in a little weak [...] volume. can you please say again your last?"
17:52 NEON LAMP; "does the first line on your display show 1TTB2.4?"
17:53 ROMAN LAD; "that is a negative. mine is reading 1 TTA and then 2.4K."
17:53 NEON LAMP; "say again. I got [stepped on by the PA?]"
17:53 ROMAN LAD; "it is a negative. ours is showing 1 TTA and then 2.4K."
17:53 NEON LAMP; "okay, stand by. let me see if I can get that B to an A. that might be our problem."

(Unrelated comms on 13907 kHz at 18:20. Not familiar, may in fact have also been US military, but at any rate not a part of comms between NEON LAMP and ROMAN LAD.)

18:21 NEON LAMP; "ROMAN LAD, NEON LAMP, onnnn [..] are you there?"[note 4]
18:21 ROMAN LAD; "NEON LAMP, this is ROMAN LAD, on the uh, same. yeah."
18:21 NEON LAMP; "we're having equipment issues with another system so we're gonna go ahead and shift our focus to that. we're about to start [descending?] anyways. whenever we make contact [person?] we'll go over everything."
18:22 ROMAN LAD; "alright, yeah, absolutely. we'll have a debrief then. till then, ROMAN LAD out, bye."
18:23 NEON LAMP; "thank you." 




[note 1] Any ALE signals a staple on 13907 kHz are omitted from this transcription. Some radio checks are also omitted.
[note 2] I do not normally comment on operator tone of voice because I think this train of thought can lend to wild speculation, so please take this with a grain of salt. Save for this point, he entire conversation between NEON LAMP and ROMAN LAD is very casual both are happy to take cues from each other insofar as the progress of this data transmission attempt, with no apparent problem on either side if there are interruptions due to workload, technical difficulties, etc. on either end and even the apparent lack of success at the end is taken in stride on both sides. However, here, NEON LAMP is rather stern "let go ahead and move to Z155 and do a radio check first." These frequency changes are apparently important. This strikes me as odd, though, as there's no readily obvious reason they switched away from 9031 kHz, and after they did jump frequencies several times ended up on a frequency with regular ALE bursts, other potential US comms, and by the end even forgot what frequency it was that they had ended up on anyways.
[note 3] NEON LAMP and ROMAN LAD both describe how their display reads a little differently. ROMAN LAD mentions spaces between "1" and "TT" and "2.4K" and NEON LAMP does not. I have transcribed this bit according to how they describe it - spaces omitted if not mentioned.
[note 4] NEON LAMP has forgotten which frequency they are on, as has ROMAN LAD. This is still on 13907 kHz.
« Last Edit: March 11, 2024, 2100 UTC by INTERNETFRIEND »

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Re: HFGCS General Log
« Reply #231 on: March 12, 2024, 1420 UTC »
121405Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
14:05 MAINE 85 with MAINSAIL looking for the most current message traffic at this time.

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Re: HFGCS General Log
« Reply #232 on: March 13, 2024, 2116 UTC »
I tried several SDRs and was unable to hear 4HA.

132038Z MARCH 2024 11175.0 kHz
c.20:38 4HA requests phone patch from MAINSAIL. MAINSAIL asks 4HA to QSY to 11159.0 kHz.

132040Z MARCH 2024 11159.0 kHz
20:41 MAINSAIL; "Ready to copy DSN or commercial number, over."
20:41 MAINSAIL; "I copy figures 312 836 ----.*[note 1], [note 2]
20:44 MAINSAIL; "Be advised ground party is on the line at this time.."
20:45 MAINSAIL; "Be advised ground party has disconnected."
20:45 MAINSAIL; "Ground party has disconnected at this time."
20:46 MAINSAIL; "Ground party has disconnected. I say again, disconnected at this time."
20:46 MAINSAIL; "Do you have another number to contact, or do you require any further assistance?"
20:47 MAINSAIL; "Ready to copy commercial phone number."
20:47 MAINSAIL; "I copy figures 757 836 ----".[note 3]
20:49 MAINSAIL; "Be advised ground party is on the line."
20:50 GROUND PARTY; "4HA, roger. Esteem Highly Alpha."
20:51 GROUND PARTY; "4HA, this is 1YG. Roger. Esteem Highly Alpha."
20:51 GROUND PARTY; "4HA, this is 1YG. Roger. Esteem Highly Alpha. [My cell?] 2051, over."

Did not hear anything afterward. Stayed tune to 11159 kHz until 21:15.



[note 1] Seems to be commercial number, I have omitted last 4 digits. I can remove more digits if out of line with forum policy or decorum.
[note 2] Voice in background could be heard reading a portion of message beginning TDQ6VO. (See EAM/FDM Log.)
[note 3] Again, digits have been omitted. If this number was a DSN, appeared to correspond to numbers associated with Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads.
« Last Edit: March 14, 2024, 0307 UTC by INTERNETFRIEND »

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Re: HFGCS General Log
« Reply #233 on: March 14, 2024, 1346 UTC »
141335Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
13:35Z MAINE 85 with MAINSAIL requesting latest message traffic;
13:35Z MAINSAIL: No message traffic at this time. MAINE 85 copy all, nothing further, out.

141343Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
13:43Z MAINE 86 with MAINSAIL requesting latest message traffic;
13:44Z MAINSAIL (Offutt): No message traffic at this time.

141406Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
14:06Z SKULL 0? calling MUDBUG for radio check; no response.

141534Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
15:34Z CHILL 42 calling ANY TANKER; no response;
15:35Z CHILL 42 calling ANY TANKER; no response.
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Re: HFGCS General Log
« Reply #234 on: March 17, 2024, 0552 UTC »
Phone patch very similar to the one I logged on March 13; could not hear the individual calling at any point in the conversation (despite trying myriad SDRs), and the exact same number was requested.

2024 MAR 17 11175.0 kHz
04:53 ELMENDORF requests for 2SE to QSY to 11056 kHz.

(Time gap here is my fault, did not immediately change freq.)

2024 MAR 17 11056.0 kHz
04:58 ELMENDORF copies 757 836 ----.[note 1]
04:59 ELMENDORF requests 2SE stand by for phone patch.
05:02 ELMENDORF advises 2SE that ground party is on the line. (Afterwards, can only faintly hear a voice, but too weak to make anything out.)
05:03 ELMENDORF; "2SE, 2SE."
05:04 ELMENDORF; "Please stand by at this time. Re-initiating phone patch."
05:13 ELMENDORF; "We are having issues with phone patch software. Do you wish us to relay information to uh... phone patch recipient?"
05:14 ELMENDORF; "We are having software issues at the moment. Do you wish us to relay any information to the phone patch recipient?"

Note: Like last time, this seems to have simply concluded. While waiting to hear if there was any follow up, subsequent traffic occurred which seems to line up with the use of 11056 kHz as a discrete[?] HFGCS frequency. (It has previously been documented as such, but by whom and when this was, not sure.)



2024 MAR 17 11056.0 kHz
05:18 ?; "JOHN BULL, JOHN BULL, this is DRAGON 22 with a radio check. How copy? Over."
05:19 ?; "MAINSAIL, MAINSAIL [...] how copy? Over."
05:35 MAINSAIL with a test count. (Twice.)
05:39 JOHN BULL with a test count.
05:39 JOHN BULL with a test count.


[note 1] Last four digits omitted. Per personal record, the number was identical to the second requested during the March 13 phone patch log. A cursory web search finds it in logs of phone patches as far back as 2013 {1} {2}.
« Last Edit: March 18, 2024, 0405 UTC by INTERNETFRIEND »

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Re: HFGCS General Log
« Reply #235 on: March 18, 2024, 1814 UTC »
181812Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
18:12Z AIRCRAFT 3543 calling ANY STATION for operational HF radio check; no response.

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Re: HFGCS General Log
« Reply #236 on: March 19, 2024, 1345 UTC »
191330Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
13:30Z SKULL 22 calling MUDBUG for radio check; no response.

191813Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
18:13Z UNID calling BOEING AIRCRAFT.

192306Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
23:06Z SKULL 11 calling ANY STATION for radio check; no response;
23:07Z SKULL 11 calling ANY STATION for radio check; no response.

192333Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
23:33Z PAT 978 calling MAINSAIL with request for phone patch;
23:34Z Andrews: This is ANDREWS, standby for QSY;
23:35Z Andrews: Last caller, request you QSY to 11059;
23:37Z (11059) PAT 978 request phone patch to commercial number ###-###-#### to test our equipment;
23:41Z Andrews: 978 the patch in not going through;
23:41Z PAT 978: Thanks, we were just doing a test. Will try again later.
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Re: HFGCS General Log
« Reply #237 on: March 20, 2024, 1547 UTC »
201405Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
14:05Z REACH 417 calling MAINSAIL; no response;
14:06Z REACH 417 calling MAINSAIL; no response.

201429Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
14:29Z REACH 554, over Montreal, calling ANDREWS; no response;
14:30Z REACH 554 calling ANDREWS; no response;
14:31Z REACH 554 calling ANDREWS; no response.

201552Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
15:52Z VALOUR 76 calling MAINSAIL for radio check; L/C.
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Re: HFGCS General Log
« Reply #238 on: March 21, 2024, 0128 UTC »
210051Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
00:51Z SPEAR 31 calling MAINSAIL for radio check; no response;
00:52Z SPEAR 31 calling MAINSAIL for radio check; ANDREWS: I have you good and readable.

211248Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
12:48Z SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE RADIO MAINTENANCE calling ANY STATION for radio check; WEST COAST L/C;
12:50Z SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE RADIO MAINTENANCE calling WEST COAST for second HF radio check; WEST COAST L/C.

211258Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
12:58Z AIRCRAFT 0730 calling ANY STATION requesting HF comms check; WEST COAST L/C;
12:58Z AIRCRAFT 0730 calling WEST COAST requesting second HF radio comms check; WEST COAST L/C.

211435Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
14:35Z OTIS 81 calling MAINSAIL for radio check; no response.

212314Z MAR 2024 11175.0 kHz USB
23:14Z REACH 313 calling MAINSAIL for radio check; L/C;
23:16Z REACH 313 calling MAINSAIL for radio check; L/C;
23:18Z REACH 313 inquiring if they can perform a SELCAL check; MAINSAIL is not familiar with SELCAL.
« Last Edit: March 21, 2024, 2321 UTC by ~SIGINT~ »

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Re: HFGCS General Log
« Reply #239 on: March 25, 2024, 1306 UTC »
25 MAR 24
11175
1304z HICKAM with a test count.  Haven't heard that station ID in a while.
1530z VALIDATE calling someone.  Terrible audio.

26 MAR 24
11175
1437z ATOM29 calling MAINSAIL for r/c
1438z ATOM29 calling any radio for r/c.  WC-135 from Offutt AFB.
« Last Edit: March 26, 2024, 1439 UTC by autovon »
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