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Author Topic: G06 Full Message At 1930z On 3/14/14 On 5442 kHz [Variant?]  (Read 1527 times)

Offline SW Observer

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The title say's it all, I recorded this G06 broadcast with an unusually fast call-up, following this the message itself was broadcast at a normal speed.

Was this a technical error? New changes to the station or a possible variant? Who knows.


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Re: G06 Full Message At 1930z On 3/14/14 On 5442 kHz [Variant?]
« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2014, 1549 UTC »
Forgive me if this is wrong as this is my first time translating German.

Three min and forty five seconds of intro (479)

479

32 20 20 (I think 479 cut off the beginning and this should have been 532 532 20 20)

06132 06132
75514 75514
79681 79681
94217 94217
21443 21443
31441 31441
81797 81797
17512 17512
62689 62689
33103 33103
48930 48930
93432 93432
25709 25709
93628 93628
48683 48683
18809 18809
85052 85052
49870 49870
63962 63962
04884 04884
532 532 20 20 00000

My data shows that this is infact G06 which is basically a German mirror of E06. H+30 puts it in the right time period,Three figure call for four min, five figure groups, ending of 00000. Don't know why its fast. Its almost fast like E11. Maybe its a new thing for the station? We will have to tune in to find out.

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Re: G06 Full Message At 1930z On 3/14/14 On 5442 kHz [Variant?]
« Reply #2 on: March 15, 2014, 1604 UTC »
No idea what really happened. Was it some sort of exercise or did they find out that they were sending the wrong call?

5422 kHz, 14-03, 1930 UTC
479 479 479 repeated for 3m54s, then changed to 475 422  532 532 20 20
Message (groups repeated):
06132 75514 79681 94217 21443 31441 81797 17512 62689 33193
48930 93432 25709 93628 48683 18809 85052 49870 63962 04884
532 20 000000

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Re: G06 Full Message At 1930z On 3/14/14 On 5442 kHz [Variant?]
« Reply #3 on: March 15, 2014, 1609 UTC »
Yes, it's quite odd. I'm thinking that it's either an error or a subtle variant, we'll have to monitor the next G06 broadcast to see if a pattern emerges or if this was an outlier.
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