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Author Topic: V2 Cuban Voice Numbers Station  (Read 5905 times)

Offline 4405486

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V2 Cuban Voice Numbers Station
« on: July 02, 2010, 2114 UTC »
Here San Luis Obispo, California I have:

V2  5425 kHz (approximate)  in progress 02:25 - 02:40 UTC July 2, 2010  (Local time: 7:25 -7:40 PST Thursday Evening)
Good Signal through moderare noise, static, and co-channel with KLB CW Marker (Near Seattle)
Spanish Female counting 5NG  ends 02:40 "Final" 3X  First time I've observed this on this frequency and time.

TNX VY 73 ..

Offline desmoface

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Re: V2 Cuban Voice Numbers Station
« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2010, 2145 UTC »
Good catch, I'm going to have to get on the air again and hunt some stations down..
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Re: V2 Cuban Voice Numbers Station
« Reply #2 on: July 02, 2010, 2250 UTC »
"Enigma 2000" Newsletter #58 lists: Vo2a April 2010 0200z Fri UTC 5417 kHz  this sounds like the one. I have excessively wide
passband and incremental tuning.

I need to remind myself that is a wealth of times and frequencies especialy for V2 and SK01 in this Newsletter- saves a lot of time and effort.

In terms of Radio past couple of weeks have learned a lot; however, quite a ways to go before I can ID Utility Signals, especialy
Burst Modes the way I would like to be able to.

TNX VY 73 ..

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Re: V2 Cuban Voice Numbers Station
« Reply #3 on: September 12, 2010, 0734 UTC »
2:30AM Chicago Time, Chicago, IL

5880Khz AM Voice Mode

Lots of QRN tonight, signal fading in and out. Numbers copyable for a sec or two and then fade or QRN smashes her.

03225 Missed the rest

12844 11015 13648 13692 06285 3456 02261 missed the rest

18084 54846 4866330 missed the rest

All I can copy.

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Re: V2 Cuban Voice Numbers Station
« Reply #4 on: September 12, 2010, 0813 UTC »
2:30AM Chicago Time, Chicago, IL

5880Khz AM Voice Mode

Lots of QRN tonight, signal fading in and out. Numbers copyable for a sec or two and then fade or QRN smashes her.

03225 Missed the rest

12844 11015 13648 13692 06285 3456 02261 missed the rest

18084 54846 4866330 missed the rest

3:05AM / 3:08AM Chicago, IL

Now she's on 5900Khz even. screaming in with S9+20 to 35 over! They must be watching our reports here, I mean it's just uncanny how we come on here talking about nois eon the signal and now they're up just a few and screaming in like they're next door!

00216 95501 45963 24968 69285 moving a bit faster than last time.

All I can copy.


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Re: V2 Cuban Voice Numbers Station
« Reply #5 on: October 15, 2010, 2128 UTC »
Typically, I'll observe M8a on 5900 KHz at 0500 UTC with a repeat transmission on 5800 KHZ at 0600UTC. I'll keep an eye on 5880 KHz for M8a also. Been looking for the parallel transmission for M8a on 5810 KHZ for quite some time. Maybe 5880 KHz is it. TNX

Would be an interesting exercise to keep track of what locations are receiving which Transmissions at any given time throughout the Country. I assume the NSA and what not already does this; but I still think they should create some posisitions (Paid) for us- don't you?

Here it comes... "LOL" Whats that mean anyway? Lots of Love?...

 

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