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Offline Ary-B

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a busy day
« on: April 11, 2014, 1626 UTC »
A very busy morning in the range 10250-10260 kHz. Most probably related to the Ukrainian situation.
This is what I got so far.

10255    11-04-2014 0745  M12   123 123 123 2 msg 000 000 123 123 123 2 off
10250    11-04-2014 0816  XPx    Russian intel, new XP mode
10255    11-04-2014 0825  XPx    Russian intel, new XP mode
10250    11-04-2014 0836  XPx    Russian intel, new XP mode
10255    11-04-2014 0840  XPx    Russian intel, new XP mode
10251    11-04-2014 0855  M12    00000 00000 00000 00000 00000 pause 00000 00000 00000 00000 00000
10253.5  11-04-2024 0900  M12    00000 (12x) 000 000. 000 000 000 0 (9x). 0000 00 (2x). 00000 (26x) 000 000         
10255    11-04-2014 0914  M12    123 123 123 2 no msg         
10254    11-04-2014 0922  M12    123 123 123 2 etc
10253    11-04-2015 0925  M12    123 2 6618 29 52844 63472 14286 05516 ... 000 000
10255    11-04-2014 0955  XPA2   05146 00024 66517 78823 18280 ... 35824 33753 41544 53616 22223 30044 40 4700
10255    11-04-2014 1008  XPx    Russian intel, new XP mode
10250    11-04-2014 1011  XPx    Russian intel, new XP mode
10250    11-04-2014 1045  M42    FSK 200/1000 Russian diplo/intel.
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12174    11-04-2014 1510  E07a                           
11074    11-04-2014 1530  E07a                           
102 1 67572 946 65 946 65
45872 41780 23920 24431 16296 00129 93390 76257 25623 55759
33237 81492 18186 73539 78126 74008 27583 18953 91483 51467
20742 91463 89772 33516 94971 96688 75426 15367 41146 89651
53638 59578 45501 29271 68912 11827 86538 04742 84825 34327
88776 31227 98001 06895 36074 69232 70219 39277 14120 27939
63080 77318 85557 44776 04161 67247 79610 85323 08066 85310
44429 24914 85479 71312 13955
000 000

9078     11-04-2014 0600   S06s    934 870 5 44820 45186 83893 45684 87723 870 5 00000
10148   11-04-2014 0610   S06s    934 870 5 44820 45186 83893 45684 87723 870 5 00000
7795    11-04-2014 0600   S06s     196 874 5 35646 39914 36020 43876 18969 874 5 00000
8695    11-04-2014 0610   S06s     196 874 5 35646 39914 36020 43876 18969 874 5 00000
21857   11-04-2014 0700    XPA2   06533 00001 00000 10140
19557   11-04-2014 0720    XPA2   06533 00001 00000 10140
10221   11-04-2014 0710    E11      633/00
10690   11-04-2014 0830    E11      649/00   

73, Ary

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Re: a busy day
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2014, 1941 UTC »
Hello Ary,  yesterday I was listening to 10250 as well. At around 1740z I recorded this transmission on the frequency.

Make of it what you wish.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_Gv9l6GUyA

Regards,
 RW Observer.
Florida, always listening via my Tecsun PL-660 receiver.

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Re: a busy day
« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2014, 2101 UTC »
yep, that is the one. They tested it in April 2012 but was seldom reported since that time. During the past days it surfaced again. It is not really a polytone signal. The start and end are but  there are two 62.5Bd QPSK channels in between the polytones.
Ary