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V26 2014/02/07 09:52, 9153k
« on: February 07, 2014, 1034 UTC »

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Re: V26 2014/02/07 09:52, 9153k
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2014, 1735 UTC »
totoCZ, when you find V26 on 9153 look for them on 7553 and 4283 also, all three frequencies are typically simulcast.  There is another set of three they also use, 9054 // 7345 // 4243.

V26 is preceded by first a Chinese 4+4 modem in LSB on the same freqs, then M95, normally offset 1 kHz low, and then V26.  So, if you look at any of the 6 freqs above and see the modem you know M95 and V26 will most likely follow, or if you see CW in the form of M95 you know V26 will probably be next.

There is no set schedule for V26 or M95.  But they are on pretty frequently, sometimes several times a day on each set of freqs.

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