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Author Topic: HM01 10715 AM 23:00 UTC 12 Jan 2022  (Read 454 times)

Offline Peskie45

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HM01 10715 AM 23:00 UTC 12 Jan 2022
« on: January 12, 2022, 2302 UTC »
Spanish XYL with mix of numbers and digital data.

 

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Re: HM01 10715 AM 23:00 UTC 12 Jan 2022
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2022, 0123 UTC »
HM01 has been in repeat mode since mid September 2021.
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Re: HM01 10715 AM 23:00 UTC 12 Jan 2022
« Reply #2 on: January 13, 2022, 1653 UTC »
HM01 has been in repeat mode since mid September 2021.
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Exactly why I stopped logging them. They break out of repeat mode occasionally but it's been the rule rather than the exception for about three years now.
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Re: HM01 10715 AM 23:00 UTC 12 Jan 2022
« Reply #3 on: January 14, 2022, 0037 UTC »
Yes I agree.  I still take the three minutes a day to monitor (usually 1600z 11435kHz) but this is the longest dry run that I can recall since 2016 or so.
It's like a broken record.
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Re: HM01 10715 AM 23:00 UTC 12 Jan 2022
« Reply #4 on: January 14, 2022, 0129 UTC »
Yes I agree.  I still take the three minutes a day to monitor (usually 1600z 11435kHz) but this is the longest dry run that I can recall since 2016 or so.
It's like a broken record.

Yeah. I got into this hobby in part because I heard about numbers stations and was fascinated, and because HM01 is readily copyable all over the country it was the first one I ever found - a genuinely exciting moment. Now it's pretty much a joke. It's too bad I wasn't a DXer in the 90s.
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