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Author Topic: HM01 / 10-11-13 & 10-12-13  (Read 1455 times)

vhavrilko

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HM01 / 10-11-13 & 10-12-13
« on: October 13, 2013, 1410 UTC »
ALCON,

Here are a few logs of HM01.  When I have time, I will try to load and use DIGTRX to copy their digital message.  I learned to load most of my communications software on my laptop with Windows 7 since I partially crashed my new desktop (mainly used for my Excalibur and doctoral program) with ARC500.  Windows 8 is not my favorite OS.  At least I loaded Classic Shell to get rid of that awful APPS interface.  I started loading some of the numbers station frequencies from logs here to see if I can hear them from Idaho.  So far, I have only picked up HM01 but I should be able to pick up V13 and some of the Euros in the early mornings.

HM01 - Cuban Hybrid Numbers Station

10.715 MHz / 10-11-13 / 2248 / AM / 343 / SS / YL w/5-digit number groups in SS interspersed with RDFT xmsns.
11.530 MHz / 10-11-13 / 2339 / AM / 454 / SS / YL w/5-digit number groups in SS interspersed with RDFT xmsns.
11.635 MHz / 10-11-13 / 2100 / AM / 353 / SS / YL w/5-digit number groups in SS interspersed with RDFT xmsns.
11.435 MHz / 10-12-13 / 1629 / AM / 242 / SS / YL w/5-digit number groups in SS interspersed with RDFT xmsns; o/u unknown broadcast in SS; no bc stations listed for this frequency.
17.480 MHz / 10-12-13 / 17.480 / AM / 454 / SS / YL w/5-digit number groups in SS interspersed with RDFT xmsns; o/u unknown broadcast in SS; no bc stations listed for this frequency.



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Re: HM01 / 10-11-13 & 10-12-13
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2013, 2317 UTC »
Try 5855 at 05 - 06 UTC. See my report from today's wild goings on with the Cuban Lady 12/06/13 at 05 UT (Midnight Eastern) as well as their repeat transmission on 9830 at 07 UTC -- both picked up in New York City on an inexpensive portable SW radio (which includes the numbers of the day). BTW, the best part (for me) is the translation and writing down of those 5 digit number groups into the SIX sequences of same for that particular day in the proper order. I can't load the data bursts into DIGTRX (as suggested by http://www.qsl.net/py4zbz/eni.htm, who I've relied on for much info on HM01) , since the portable radio I own has no such facility, so I have to turn the volume up to the max to hear 'her' voice after the data stops (which is always MUCH LOWER than those data bursts for some unknown reason).

 

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