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Author Topic: Spanish lady with numeric group 11320kHz AM @ 2246 UTC - 05 March 2022  (Read 1105 times)

Offline FalaHomma

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I am hearing what sounds like a recording of a lady speaking Spanish with a 5 figure numerical group followed by several digital transmissions on 11.320 kHz in AM mode. It just repeats over and over. This was noted at 2246 UTC, I am located in Nebraska.
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This sounds like it is Cuban combined mode (voice and digital) numbers station HM01.  But how certain are you of the frequency?  That station is well known for errors, so it easily could have been on the frequency you mention, but it was supposed to be on 17480 kHz at that time.

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