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Spy Numbers / Re: 8095 kHz 5-Letter CW station
« on: March 08, 2016, 0039 UTC »
very interesting - tu

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Shortwave Broadcast / Re: 9395 kHz - is this WRMI
« on: March 07, 2016, 0025 UTC »
TU - not as strong as I remember Global24 signals

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Shortwave Pirate / Re: OTR 6770khz AM 22:11 UTC 3/6/2016
« on: March 07, 2016, 0001 UTC »
Good signal into Mid-Atlantic Piedmont but some fading too.

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Utility / 11175 kHz 30 count alphanumeric
« on: March 06, 2016, 2353 UTC »
11175 kHz, USB, S9+ mostly 444 & 555, 2135 UTC to 2343 UTC, 06MAR2016
Busy day on for GHFS - apparently the BRAC's didn't get everyone.
Two hours of alphanumeric EAM's and "TEST COUNTs.  MUF as high as 37 MHz today

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Utility / EAM Message on 11175 KHz
« on: March 06, 2016, 2148 UTC »
11175 kHz, USB, 2143UTC, 056MAT2016, SIO 555 +20 over.
This appears to be a EAM message intended for LQ5PX followed by a 25 alphanumeric character string.  Very loud.

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Other / Fishing fleet on 11212.25 +/- 5 kHz USB SIO
« on: March 06, 2016, 2137 UTC »
Possibly fishermen speaking rough French, perhaps Acadians or Labradorians. Check 11121 kHz, USB, listen for a long time to hear conversations between Captains. Good signal into Mid-Atlantic Piedmont SIO 423.

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Shortwave Broadcast / 9395 kHz - is this WRMI
« on: March 06, 2016, 1824 UTC »
9395 kHz, AM, 1748 UT, 06MAR2016, No station identifier for more than 1 hour. Program now is 'Gospel Greatest' an affiliated TRUnews program from the 'Son Power Radio' using WRMI, Okeechobee, FL USA. Signals began with SIO 242 and now 344 with fading. Was this the old Global24 frequency? Can't find any ULS listing.

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Spy Numbers / Re: 8095 kHz 5-Letter CW station - Freq Analysis
« on: March 06, 2016, 1538 UTC »
Frequency Analysis: T=21%, N=9.%, A=8.4%, I=8.3%, W=7.0%, R=6.8%, G=6.8%, D=6.3%, U=6.4%, E=4.9%,
M, B, S, K, L V = <1%

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Spy Numbers / 8095 kHz 5-Letter CW station
« on: March 06, 2016, 1442 UTC »
8095 kHz, 1420 UTC, 5-letter CW code groups, ~14 wpm, weak w/ severe fading 25333, transmission ends at 1436 GMT <AR><AR> NNWTA NNWTA NNWTA NNWTA NNWTA <BT><BT><BT> later heard <AR><AR> DWTNN DWTNN DWTNN DWTNN DWTNN <BT><BT><BT> 4 groups heard 5-letter messages w/ approx. 170 groups per message. 

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Shortwave Broadcast / CFRX Toronto CA, 6070 kHz, AM, 49m
« on: March 06, 2016, 1353 UTC »
Re-transmission CFRX Toronto CA NewsTalk 1010 kHz on SW 6070 kHz, AM, 49m, heard at 1337UTC near Washington DC USA, program "Sunday Mornings with The Motts" and Wx reports with Snow Skiing report.

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Agree - good opportunity to practice Digital AM Mode reception and decoding. Prefer Fldigi for PC/Laptop. AndFlmsg for Android devices works really well. MultiPSK works but images not as good as FLDigi and Text field-length is limited in free-versions.  Remember to enable the RSID for mode changes and center audio freq on 1500.

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Shortwave Pirate / Re: UNID 6940 AM 0046 UTC 6 Mar 2016
« on: March 06, 2016, 0116 UTC »
... then it disappeared

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Shortwave Pirate / Re: Unid 6925 AM, 0005 utc, 6 Mar 16
« on: March 06, 2016, 0034 UTC »
Propagation is improving, initially heard w/ poor reception at 0014 06MAR2016 but almost 54544 at 0030

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