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Author Topic: V07; 15874 USB; 31 March 2013 @ 0120Z  (Read 2188 times)

Offline desmoface

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V07; 15874 USB; 31 March 2013 @ 0120Z
« on: March 31, 2013, 1209 UTC »
Thanks to Token for the heads up.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GO69801xJSg

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Re: V07; 15874 USB; 31 March 2013 @ 0120Z
« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2013, 1433 UTC »
Did you try listening at 0140Z? I tried on 14374 & 13968, but heard nothing.

I didn't try at 0100 & 0120Z (forgot about it until around 0135Z).

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Re: V07; 15874 USB; 31 March 2013 @ 0120Z
« Reply #2 on: March 31, 2013, 1517 UTC »
Last night (this morning, whatever you would call it, March 31, 2012, 0100 UTC) V07 sent a null message, no data.  When this family of stations sends a null it only sends 2 transmissions.  So it was on the air at 0100z on 18074 kHz, and at 0120z on 15874 kHz.  But it did not transmit at 0140z on 14374 kHz, as it would have if there had been a full message.

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Re: V07; 15874 USB; 31 March 2013 @ 0120Z
« Reply #3 on: March 31, 2013, 1726 UTC »
Hi Skeezix, Token's the man when it comes to this station and it's broadcasting habits.  I tuned in at 0100z and just could barely make it out, as it's right in the cw portion of 17, and there was some ham activity there.  As you can see, I had them pretty good on 15874, and would have probably had them better on 14374 as my antenna is tuned for the lower bands. 

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Re: V07; 15874 USB; 31 March 2013 @ 0120Z
« Reply #4 on: March 31, 2013, 1754 UTC »
Extremely faint here in to the DC area it was not readable but I could tell it was there on 18074 only.

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Re: V07; 15874 USB; 31 March 2013 @ 0120Z
« Reply #5 on: March 31, 2013, 1845 UTC »
Hi Skeezix, Token's the man when it comes to this station and it's broadcasting habits. 

He knows a ton and freely teaches us all a thing or three. Nothing short of invaluable.


Last night (this morning, whatever you would call it, March 31, 2012, 0100 UTC) V07 sent a null message, no data.  When this family of stations sends a null it only sends 2 transmissions.  So it was on the air at 0100z on 18074 kHz, and at 0120z on 15874 kHz.  But it did not transmit at 0140z on 14374 kHz, as it would have if there had been a full message.

Ha. Figures.  :)

And thanks for that rather nice list of stuff in the other thread of current active numbers stations. While I already have the links, its nice to have it verified plus the swell list of stations suspected to still be active. Really want to pick up some E, G or S stations from my location. Used to be able to back in the late 80's - early 90's. These days, all I can get is ol' Pedro, and frankly, he bores me. The messages take way too long with that digital mode in there. I guess thats security through frustration.




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