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Online kris

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Polish military station
« on: September 30, 2016, 0017 UTC »
Hello from Poland!
2016-09-27 Tuesday 2382kHz LSB, about 21.42-22.40UTC polish lang. numbers massages. Men live voice without a foreign accent.
Announcement: "tu wiarus 71", two ton beeps, "nadaje"  next reads numbers groups for message, "koniec", beeps,"odbiór".
I'm convinced, transmission was send from the Polish territory, for military purposes.
"Wiarus" that is to say an old experienced soldier (historical term).
SINPO 23443, LW28mSE, PCR-1000
Has anyone heard of them?
SDR-FE-PLAY, Icom PCR-1000, RTL-SDR(R820T2) H/V/UHF USB Tuner, Sony XDR-F1HD,
40 m LW, Loop MLA 30 rebuilt, Discone Moonraker
QTH:NE Poland,  Ru/Sp/Gr/Sb/Cn=Russian,Spanish,Greek,Serbien,Chinese
eQSL appreciated to: 13krzycho@gmail.com

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Re: Polish military station
« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2016, 0705 UTC »
Indeed Kris. Polish Military. Nice catch.
I have them also on my website: http://www.udxf.nl/uc4.html

73, Ary