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M89 Chinese Military this morning...
« on: May 26, 2017, 2246 UTC »
For once the lower HF bands were open to pick up some new loggings concerning the M89 group:

1653z  3.777MHz  CW  "v M8JF M8JF M8JF de RIS9 RIS9" 539 report.

1655z  4.066MHz  CW  "v 6TFU 6TFU 6TFU de GR4W GR4W" 319 report. (new logging)

1750z  4.847MHz  CW  "v 6TFU 6TFU 6TFU de GR4W GR4W" 429 report. (new logging)

1754z  5.432MHz  CW  "v M8JF M8JF M8JF de RIS9 RIS9" 579 report.

1648z  7.602MHz  CW  "v DK6G DK6G DK6G de 3A7D 3A7D". 319 report (quicker CW than normally heard).

1031z  8.060MHz  CW  "v M8JF M8JF M8JF de RIS9 RIS9" 559 report.
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