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1450 UTC Spanish Numbers 10.345 mhz USB Mar.30
« on: March 31, 2023, 0609 UTC »
This is still going as I post. Spanish numbers. Female voice. 5 kilohertz wide noise, then five Spanish digits, then 5 kilohertz wide noise again. Repeating over and over and over. Signal strength is about a 5/7 in Mojave Desert.
« Last Edit: March 31, 2023, 0654 UTC by Claim Jumper »
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Re: HM01 (Spanish Numbers) 10345 AM 31 MAR 2023
« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2023, 2121 UTC »
First of all, weclome.

If I base my assumptions on your original post time "Today at 06:09:46" and update "Last Edit: Today at 06:54:54" the station received was HM01 and is a Cuban Female (Spanish) station from Havana, Cuba. The Transmission format is a series of numbers followed by data which is in the RDFT mode. Transmissions are in AM.

The only HM01 transmission slot on 10345 kHz is at 06:00 UTC.

HM01 frequencies include: 9065, 9155, 9240, 9330, 10345, 10715, 10860, 11435, 11462, 11530, 11635, 12180, 13435, 14375, 16180, 17480 and are used at different times throughout the day.

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Re: 1450 UTC Spanish Numbers 10.345 mhz USB Mar.30
« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2023, 0530 UTC »
That was my first post here. And I was having major issues with UTC. That sounds like what I was hearing so I will assume that it was out of Cuba. Thank you.
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Re: 1450 UTC Spanish Numbers 10.345 mhz USB Mar.30
« Reply #3 on: April 01, 2023, 0553 UTC »
Hey. Thanks for all that info too.
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Re: 1450 UTC Spanish Numbers 10.345 mhz USB Mar.30
« Reply #4 on: May 14, 2023, 0654 UTC »
Broadcasting now at 0652 UTC May 14, 2023.

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Re: 1450 UTC Spanish Numbers 10.345 mhz USB Mar.30
« Reply #5 on: September 15, 2023, 1715 UTC »
HM01 strong ,steady Cuban numbers station with the usual YL announcer.
11530 KHZ @17:10 Z  (12:10 CDT Local) 15 Sept 23.

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