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Offline ETM71

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HM01
« on: May 21, 2019, 1640 UTC »
Caught HMO1 on 11435 AM @1601utc - w/ lunch. SIO 322 - Sunk into fuzzy noise carpet in just a few minutes. (turkey, swiss, and mustard, on wheat)
« Last Edit: May 21, 2019, 1642 UTC by ETM71 »
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Re: HM01
« Reply #1 on: May 22, 2019, 1821 UTC »
22 May 2019  11530 at 1800 with repeat of numbers of February 22
18253 65311 55104 83886 28556 23037

There was no transmission on usual 11635 frequency for this time slot.
Signal about s7 with QSB in Oklahoma...way down from usual 59+.

They came up on 11635 at 1821 with the above traffic.  They were having problems, restarted the tape at 1827.

« Last Edit: May 22, 2019, 1827 UTC by Retops »
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Re: HM01
« Reply #2 on: July 12, 2019, 1631 UTC »
I have been too busy to stay up with the meanderings at HM01 but today (12 July) managed to copy them on their 1600Z session, which started several minutes early.  I was in the office using my Icom R30 and the whip antenna and copied the signal very well.  It seems back to normal after a long stretch of hard to hear transmissions.

These are the number groups transmitted.  I had not heard them before, but I have not listened daily.

53363 51753 18665 67537 77006 47461
« Last Edit: July 12, 2019, 1829 UTC by Retops »
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Re: HM01
« Reply #3 on: July 13, 2019, 0047 UTC »
I have been too busy to stay up with the meanderings at HM01 but today (12 July) managed to copy them on their 1600Z session, which started several minutes early.  I was in the office using my Icom R30 and the whip antenna and copied the signal very well.  It seems back to normal after a long stretch of hard to hear transmissions.

These are the number groups transmitted.  I had not heard them before, but I have not listened daily.

53363 51753 18665 67537 77006 47461

Definitely new number sets. After over a year of this new pattern whereby HM01 randomly sends new numbers and files after weeks or months of repeats, I have stopped tuning in and keeping track. I'm glad someone is paying attention since I'm not anymore.
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Re: HM01
« Reply #4 on: July 13, 2019, 1709 UTC »
13July2019

11435  1630z  no signal from HM01

11530   1657z  Good signal from HM01 with new numbers:
        53364 51754 18666 33351 77007 47462

Familiar "plus one" pattern but 4th number changed.
« Last Edit: July 13, 2019, 1711 UTC by Retops »
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Re: HM01
« Reply #5 on: July 13, 2019, 1808 UTC »
Do they still send the windows xp shutdown signal randomly?
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Re: HM01
« Reply #6 on: July 13, 2019, 2223 UTC »
Do they still send the windows xp shutdown signal randomly?

I have yet to hear it
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Re: HM01
« Reply #7 on: July 14, 2019, 1612 UTC »
14 July 2019
11435 1558z  HM01 with QSB and QRN sending new numbers:
     18667 33351 77008 47463 53365 51755

This is the third day in a row for new numbers.  Carrier came on just before broadcast started which is a change from their habit of having the carrier on several minutes before, sometimes including a bit of R. Havana.
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Re: HM01
« Reply #8 on: July 15, 2019, 1541 UTC »
Do they still send the windows xp shutdown signal randomly?
Josh - yes they do, along with the windows "error when you hit the wrong key" sound as well as clearly RHC sign on music once in a while.
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Re: HM01
« Reply #9 on: July 15, 2019, 1613 UTC »
15 July 2019

11435  1600z HM01 weak but with new numbers.  Four are plus one from yesterday; two are new.

53366 51756 56861 33352 18711 47464
« Last Edit: July 15, 2019, 1702 UTC by Retops »
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Re: HM01
« Reply #10 on: July 15, 2019, 1748 UTC »
The new groups always end with a 1 (very very rarely a new group will end with a zero) and that same group will be repeated for two days.  The last digit in each group will progress daily by one - so the new group today 18711 will go: 18711 18711 18712 18713 18714....until at least 18716 but at most 18719 at which point it will be replaced with a new group.  Sometimes, and recently for weeks on end, HM01 will go into repeat mode and the groups won't progress the last digit by one until all of a sudden they will send six entirely new groups of which some may or may not end in a one - as if they started "in progress".
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Re: HM01
« Reply #11 on: July 16, 2019, 1617 UTC »
They are following the pattern today.

16 July 2019   11435  1558z
53367 51757 56861 33353 18711 47465
« Last Edit: July 17, 2019, 1615 UTC by Retops »
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Re: HM01
« Reply #12 on: July 17, 2019, 0310 UTC »
They are following the pattern today.

16 July 2019   11435  1558z
53367 51757 56861 333523 18711 47465

Yes - the pattern will continue or they'll go into repeat mode - which they did earlier this year for many, many weeks.  Prior to that, they have pretty much followed protocol for the last 4+ years with little to no prolonged periods of repeat mode.
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Re: HM01
« Reply #13 on: July 17, 2019, 1613 UTC »
17 July 2019
11435   1559z

Carrier was on with no modulation.  At 1559 sent the data transmission for last number in the series and then continued regular order.  All numbers plus one today.

53368 51758 56882 33354 18712 47466
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