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Author Topic: 20wpm CW 5 letter groups 14527khz (zero beat) 2230utc 03/07/2014  (Read 580 times)

Offline ka1iic

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Very strong signal 599 with some fading. Not sure where to put this one <sigh>:

20wpm CW 5 letter groups 14527khz (zero beat) 2230utc 03/07/2014

Text is like "GVYHN SSGRJ STJNG QVAXT ..."

This signal at times takes on an echo type sound... double reflection...?

Any ideas folks?

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Re: 20wpm CW 5 letter groups 14527khz (zero beat) 2230utc 03/07/2014
« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2014, 1025 UTC »
I could be wrong, but this sounds like a numbers station using cut numbers to me. 
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