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Author Topic: LXU (Phonetic letters): 6925U, 2/16, 0001  (Read 1177 times)

Offline Andrew Yoder

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LXU (Phonetic letters): 6925U, 2/16, 0001
« on: February 16, 2012, 1501 UTC »
I didn't write down all of the letter groups this time, but a number of them were the same as from the last ULX transmission. Not sure if it was the same transmission otherwise. And, someone is having fun with the ID. This time is was announced as LXU four times before signoff.

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Re: LXU (Phonetic letters): 6925U, 2/16, 0001
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2012, 1513 UTC »
FWIW I noticed that some (but not all) of the three letter groups were IDs that the E10/MOSSAD station used when it was active, ART and PCD for example. Not sure if this is coincidence or planned.
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Re: LXU (Phonetic letters): 6925U, 2/16, 0001
« Reply #2 on: February 17, 2012, 0527 UTC »
I get the idea it's a spoof. I think E10 has gone the route of the Lincolnshire Poacher.
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