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Offline shadypyro

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V07 Spanish Lady
« on: September 25, 2016, 0305 UTC »
331 000, heard on the Hong Kong websdr on globaltuners.
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Re: V07 Spanish Lady
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2016, 2321 UTC »
331 000, heard on the Hong Kong websdr on globaltuners.

The call was 661, not 331.  As it was a null message it was "661  661  661  000" repeated for 2 minutes.

Frequency was 16037 kHz at 0300 UTC, and 14637 kHz at 0320 UTC.  Since it was a null the third transmission, 12137 kHz at 0340 UTC, did not happen.

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Re: V07 Spanish Lady
« Reply #2 on: September 28, 2016, 0538 UTC »
Thanks for the correction Token, since i know Spanish i wasn't too sure if it was 6 or 3.
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