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Author Topic: 15016 kHz USB (American male accent, NATO phonetic alphabet, 5 letter groups)  (Read 7209 times)

Offline resonant.interval

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this was on 12 may 2012 in the evening, only lasted a few minutes.
rx in new orleans area, louisiana

ended with the word "OUT".

Offline resonant.interval

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this is happening again now, alpha-numeric mix, mostly alphabet but some numbers.

no 5 character groups - strings of over 20 characters in succession.

observing from about 0000 UTC until 0006. Ended just before 0007.

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« Last Edit: May 15, 2012, 0050 UTC by skeezix »
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Offline vinoul

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Thanks for the info...

Have heard the 5 letter groupings around 6700 khz in the evenings here and always wondered what their origin was.

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Just for clarification the HF-GCS is not a numbers station.  There are many types of encoded voice transmissions that are not numbers stations.

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