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Hi Matt !

Could it be WQAL487 (instead of 847) ?
http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSearch/license.jsp?licKey=2632135

Manasquan, NJ would be nearby Sea Grit, NJ

73,
Patrick

212
Hi !

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I presume the activity heard on 6784 kHz USB and then 6800 kHz USB is related to this exercise?
Yes, those are ExNS17 frequencies too.

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Do you have any other information regarding which frequencies are/were in use and/or callsign information?
Yes. The organiser is publishing it in the web.  ;)
https://cmcen.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/NSW17_ANNEXB_CEOI_APPEX1-EN-5.doc
It´s more like a contest than a real military exercise.

73,
Patrick

213
Hi !

This is the Multinational HF Communiactions Exercise Noble Skywave organised by the Canadian Military taking place on Oct 24/25.
Angry Jimmy: CAN Forces Petawawa, ON
V42: CAN Forces Toronto, ON
Alpha Alpha 2 Papa should be AAM2P: MARS West Point, NY
ZombieS4: US Army, PA
CIW601: CAN Forces Acton, ON
Max Trenton should be MACS Trenton: CAN Forces Trenton, ON
Chimo: CAN Forces Valcartier

73,
Patrick

214
Utility / Re: UNID Net 6980 USB 1422 UTC 25 Oct 2017
« on: October 25, 2017, 1618 UTC »
Hi !

Multinational HF Communications Exercise Noble Skywave organised by the Canadian Forces at Oct 24/25. This is one of the frequencies. Your station should be "Team 59" Canadian Forces Gagatown, NB.

73,
Patrick

215
Other / Re: Marine Net 8.076MHz USB??
« on: August 12, 2017, 0823 UTC »
Hi !

Another interesting information found here:
http://crmf.org/about-crmf/goals/

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CRMF uses 12 HF SSB frequencies to provide two-way radio communications to more than 900 Churches and Mission Stations across Papua New Guinea and on many of the surrounding islands. Our staff at Goroka Base monitors 24 hours a day for urgent radio calls for assistance of any kind. We are able to obtain:
•    speedy medical advice
•    contact the police for their assistance
•    contact Civil Aviation
•    or simply pass a message.

73,
Patrick

216
Other / Re: Marine Net 8.076MHz USB??
« on: August 01, 2017, 1636 UTC »
Hi !

I found a manual from 1999 for radio operations of Pioneer Bible Translators Association in PNG:
www.pbtpng.org/wp-content/uploads/polpro/radio51.pdf

Maybe you can check down-under if some of the info there (times/frequencies) is still usable ?

P2-A338 is mentioned there as a non-PBT station. So there seem to be (or a least has been) more of thse religious nets there.

73,
Patrick

217
General Radio Discussion / Re: Contact info request
« on: August 01, 2017, 1618 UTC »
Hi !

JOLF: Nippon Broadcasting System Inc., 9-3 Yurakucho 1-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8439 / Web: jolf.co.jp
JOQR: Nippon Cultural Broadcasting Inc., 31 Hamamatsu-cho 1-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-8002 / Web: joqr.co.jp

73,
Patrick

218
Utility / Re: Pacific utility stations, 13 July 2017
« on: July 15, 2017, 0801 UTC »
Hi !

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I have never heard ARA Karachi Radio Volmet from Pakistan on any of the HF Volmet frequencies, have you?  Listened various times, day/night/Grey Line etc but zero.  Maybe they have ceased and handed over to someone else to give out their information.

I heard them 2 or 3 times, it´s a very rare catch. As signal was always good when I heard them here in AUT, it seems they are on-air very, very irregular - maybe only on request.

73,
Patrick

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So do they just own the Nauen site then act as a broker for airtime on other stations for what they don't have the capacity for?
Yes, or if another site would be better to reach a atrget area.

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And one more question, what exactly is Shortwaveservice? The way I understand is they have their own 1 kilowatt site at Kall, but on their website it sounds like they also transmit programming from Nauen, Moosbrunn, and I believe one other side,
Shortwaveservice:
  * operates low power transmitters in Kall on 3985 / 6005 / 6085 / 7310 kHz
  * brokering airtime mostly via own transmitters, Bulgaria and some CIS sites
  * producing a monthly media magazine in German language broadcasted via Nauen, own transmitters and sometimes also via other sites

73,
Patrick






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Hi !

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I believe Media Broadcast is the company that actually owns the transmitters that Shortwaveservice used, 9690 was Nauen, Germany (former Radio Berlin International transmitter site) and 9620 was Moosbrunn, Austria (former Radio Osterreich? transmitter site).

Moosbrunn is owned by the ORS (=Oestereichische Rundfunksender GmbH & Co KG) and not by Media Broadcast.
There´s still 80 minutes of ORF Radio Oesterreich 1 left on 6155 kHz (0500-0620 UTC) via Moosbrunn as a legal requirement for selling airtime to foreign customers.

73,
Patrick

221
Hi Matt !

Channel 292 from Germany. The religious programme is "Word of Deliverance". Times without sold airtimes are filled with old offshore-pirate recordings.
see: http://www.channel292.de/schedule-for-bookings/

73,
Patrick

222
Hi Kris !

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Radio Eles(?)

might be Radio Alice.

73,
Patrick

223
Utility / Re: 22.606MHz CW Marine?
« on: April 26, 2017, 1528 UTC »
Hi !

Here´s a list of the Fishery Radio Stations with frequencies (in Japanese):
http://www.tele.soumu.go.jp/resource/j/material/dwn/06.pdf

But no JUW in there.
Another possibilty ? JFM (.--- / .._. / --) instead of JUW (.--- / ..- / .--)

73,
Patrick

224
Utility / Re: 22.606MHz CW Marine?
« on: April 26, 2017, 1108 UTC »
Hi !

Looks like one of the Japan Fishery Radio Stations.
Sometimes it is a little bit difficult to get the correct letters from their handkeyed transmission. So maybe JFW instead of JUW ?

73,
Patrick

225
HF Beacons / Re: 6661 kHz Beacon 6660
« on: April 22, 2017, 2119 UTC »
Hi !

http://www.radioscanner.ru/forum/topic49608.html
It looks like the beacon is run by "HighPasss", so seems to be from Volgograd area.

73,
Patrick

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