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Offline Rizla

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M12, strong signal, 12193 kHz, 122+null message
« on: June 26, 2018, 0713 UTC »
Heard SIO 333 here, repeating 122 X3 and 000 in CW for a few minutes, 6/26/18. Better conditions here than last night.
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Re: M12, strong signal, 12193 kHz, 122+null message
« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2018, 1126 UTC »
This is another "Pacific" schedule, possibly from the same source as V07 and the 0400 S06.  I have not followed this time slot in a long time, but unless it has changed it should have also been on 11103 kHz at 0720z and 10293 kHz at 0740z.

This is the schedule it used to keep, but as I said, I have not confirmed it in a long time.


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Re: M12, strong signal, 12193 kHz, 122+null message
« Reply #2 on: June 26, 2018, 1607 UTC »
Thanks for another very useful schedule. I was curious about the Priyom info on these broadcasts, which states that some stations (the ones that keep the same sked all year) never broadcast null messages. Wondering if this log was anomalous in any way.

Following your info I've logged the following in SW AZ, adding to my numbers station catches here for the first time in a few decades! Gracias!

V07, S06, M12, M14
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