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Author Topic: CAP Net 7615 USB 0105 UTC 29 Apr 2017  (Read 1019 times)

Offline refmo

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CAP Net 7615 USB 0105 UTC 29 Apr 2017
« on: April 29, 2017, 0109 UTC »
Ongoing CAP net.  Net One stations with Diamond Flight ###  units and Triblade ##, Red Dragon ##, and others.
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Re: CAP Net 7615 USB 0105 UTC 29 Apr 2017
« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2017, 1508 UTC »
Triblade is the national traffic net callsign,  Red Dragon is New Jersey Wing and Diamond Flight is Delaware wing.
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Re: CAP Net 7615 USB 0105 UTC 29 Apr 2017
« Reply #2 on: April 30, 2017, 1423 UTC »
7615 kHz is one of the NHQ HF (National Headquarters High Frequency) net frequencies, meaning it can (and is) used nationwide for CAP communications.  It seems to be the most popular 6/7/8 MHz CAP frequency (as the regional nets are on 4 MHz generally).

I have the full CAP HF frequency list, been meaning to put it on the wiki
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Re: CAP Net 7615 USB 0105 UTC 29 Apr 2017
« Reply #3 on: May 02, 2017, 0002 UTC »
Ouch, YHWH has been using that freq for his pirate transmissions regularly.

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Re: CAP Net 7615 USB 0105 UTC 29 Apr 2017
« Reply #4 on: May 02, 2017, 0111 UTC »
Ouch, YHWH has been using that freq for his pirate transmissions regularly.

I thought the same thing, although I have yet to copy a CAP net during the hours YHWH prefers, so he may be getting lucky. Wasn't he in the ham bands before his bust?
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Re: CAP Net 7615 USB 0105 UTC 29 Apr 2017
« Reply #5 on: May 02, 2017, 1757 UTC »
Ouch, YHWH has been using that freq for his pirate transmissions regularly.

I thought the same thing, although I have yet to copy a CAP net during the hours YHWH prefers, so he may be getting lucky. Wasn't he in the ham bands before his bust?

Both ham bands and aviation bands.  Not sure what one got him on the FCC's radar, although locally here the important ones that noticed (the ones that might maake the most noise) saw the aviation freqs incursion. 

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