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WUNNEWS Vol. 3, No.1
January, 1997
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Edited by Richard Baker
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>From your Electronic Editor:
* Welcome to another issue of the single largest source of utility
station information and the most widely quoted utility station publication
in the world...the WUN Newsletter. This is our second anniversary edition.
As we start into our third year, we must report some ground won and some
ground lost. Sadly, we will no longer publish a paper copy of WUNNEWS. For
some reason, the paper edition never took off. I thought Tim Braun did a
great job with it, but subscriptions stagnated and we were too big to print
cheaply, but too small to get any decent printing breaks. We had a break on
the use of some donated copier time and we just paid for the paper. But costs
went up and we lost the use of that machine. So anyone needing to find
someone to print a copy for them, let us know and we will help if we can. BZ
to Tim Braun for all his efforts in printing a very worthwhile publication
for two years. Tim, who is an original staffer from Day#1 on WUN, will
continue with his World Band Scan column.
Mike Wolfson can no longer handle the duties of Membership Director
and the Membership column. Therefore the column is being eliminated.
Hopefully Mike will be able to give us an update now and again or we can
get someone to take over his duties. Mike also was one of the original
editors that came over from Speedx when they folded and has worked hard to
try and maintain our database of members.
Next on our casualty list is our Military column. Paul Jones had a
hard drive failure two issues ago and has been Missing In Action since.
No one has sent in a single item in two months, and only a few items for the
last six issues. Now this surprises me that there is so little apparent
interest in this area of the hobby. But in any case, we have no editor, and
with such little support, no column.
Also DOA (Dead On Arrival) is our Ask WUN column. The column was
thought to be a place where members could ask questions for things that are
outside the topic of the WUN Listserver, such as MilSat's, computer noise,
general antenna questions, general radio questions, etc. Again, there was
little support for this column. We thank Mark for his generous donation of
his time in trying to make a go of it. Mark will continue to help WUN out by
working with the Logs column via Team Logs.
A few months back I rhetorically asked if the WUNNEWS had worn out
it's welcome; seen it's time; outlived it's purpose. I failed to get a
single response. That weighed heavily in my decision to eliminate these
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columns rather than flog a dead horse. So we need to know what members do
want? WUNNEWS was meant to convey news and information that was not time
sensitive, sent in by members. As a bonus, we recap the prior months
logs, either posted, or mailed to us. We welcome any ideas or suggestions
but like the paper clubs, we need the support of our members. The editors
of our columns like to hear from you, even if it's a simple piece of news.
Thanks to all who have shared information & logs over the last two-years.
That's all the bad news. The plus side is we have continued to grow
and gain members from additional countries. Now if we can get a few more
involved, we will be doing great. This edition is one of the largest ever
(and we are missing a column!) at over 625k in size. There are over 82,835
words, and in WP5.1 it's over 202 pages long. That was with less than 10% of
our membership participating. I want to thank all the WUN editors who have
taken our deadline seriously and provided some of the best material that can
be found on their own unique special areas of the hobby month after month.
Not to be neglected are the staff folks behind the scenes who keep things
running and help in other ways.
We want to thank Grove Enterprises for sponsoring the listserver
costs for the past year. We were rather like nomads before we came onto the
Grove.net system, and the speed and lack of problems on the system are
commendable. WUN still pays for our website we maintain on leonardo, but so
far with a few donations that trickled in last year, we are holding our own
there too.
We are hard at work editing the WUN 1995/1996 Frequency List. It's
over 40,000 lines of logs in raw format. This has to be edited and we plan on
sorting it by frequency and by callsign. It will be offered in paper and by
computer disk but until we get some more work done, we have no idea how large
the finished project will be, so no total cost yet.
Last on the list, computer problems continue to cause us grief. I
mentioned Paul's problems, well Tim Braun is completely down and could not
complete his World Band Scan column. We hope to have it next month. Dave
Wright's hard drive failed leaving him having to start all over on the logs,
and forcing him to be a tad late with his column. A heck of an effort by Dave
to get it done at all. So, sorry we're late...don't yell at your newspaper
person...hi!
WHAT'S INSIDE:
o Membership News by Mike Wolfson
o Ask WUN! by Mark Schoonover
o Digital Review by Ary Boender
o The Military column by Paul Jones
o Nautical News by Day Watson
o New Products, Books, News and Reviews by R.D. Baker
o The QSL Report by Martin Barry
o Surfing the Longwaves by George Karayannopoulos
o Utility Round-up by Ary Boender
o The WUN Logs Column by Dave Wright & TEAM LOGS
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MEMBERSHIP NEWS
Mike Wolfson, Membership Director
[email protected]
Welcome to the WUN Membership News for January. In addition to being the
beginning of 1997, its the beginning of WUN's third year. Its a little hard
for me to believe that 2 years have already passed since we got this group
going. From what I read in the hobby press, we've carved out a solid
reputation for ourselves as THE place to go for information about monitoring
utility HF traffic. The real congratulations belong with you the members.
Without your input we would not have gotten that reputation.
Another reason to celebrate the new year is that our membership shows a
very positive upward trend this month and from last year. The table below
lets the figures speak for themselves.
1/97
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WUN-DIGEST
689
94
12/96
670
91
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1/96
489
30
WUNNEWS
BBS (non-e-mail)
Mail
Totals
205
225
39
1252
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198
185
43
1187
167
152
38
876
The country count for January stands at 30. The total country list
includes representatives from 35 countries. This month I decided to look at
where the membership comes from by continent. Using the database I've built
up from the WUN, WUN-DIGEST and WUNNEWS lists, I broke down the membership
into continents. Here are the results: Europe: 20 countries, Asia: 7, North
America 3, Africa: 3 and South America: 2.
At this point, I'm going to make my monthly request for information for
the member's database. I have information on 201 members currently. That's
up from 188 last month. If anyone out there cares to add their information,
please e-mail me at [email protected] their answers to the survey
questions:
E-Mail Address
Name
Where you're located (state/Province, Country)
Main receiver(s)
Main decoding equipment (HOKA, JVFAX, etc)
Monitoring interests (aero, marine, etc)
The information will not be shared or used by anyone except club officers
for club purposes. The database management program I'm using can accept
ASCII text. I am requesting that you answer each question on a separate line
followed by a carriage return. Please do not include the question itself in
the answer, just the information requested. If you're sending me a revision
please indicate that in your response. That will do it for this month. To
all, I hope the new year is a good one and that your radio monitoring is
enjoyable.
Mike
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INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AERO
Editor: Tony Orr, 11404 Turnmill Lane, Reston, Va, 20191-3618 USA
E-mail: [email protected] or [email protected]
Fidonet: 1:109/236
Co-Editor: Peter Ivakitsch, 4357 Bloor Street West, Unit 19, Etobicoke
Ontario, CANADA M9C 2A4 E-mail:[email protected]
Fidonet: 1:250/930
Hello and welcome to the 2nd Anniversary Edition of INTERNATIONAL CIVIL
AERO! It is truly hard to believe that it has already been two whole years
since the formation of WUN. We certainly have come a long, looong way since
those first tentative steps! With a worldwide membership of over 1,000,
without whose participation we would be just another also-ran. We would like
to thank all those who have taken the time to contribute to ICA in the past,
and look forward to your contributions in the future! We've got a lot of
things to get to, so let's do it!
REGIONAL ATC REPORTS
by Apollo C. Vermouth
-------------------------------------------Egyptian Domestic HF Aero
Earlier this afternoon (28 1350Z Dec 1996) I heard what sounds like a
domestic Egyptian ATC/AFTN network on 5790 kHz. I identified at least 3
stations: Cairo, Al Iskandariyah (Alexandria) and Sharm el Sheikh exchanging
flight info in Arabic and informal tfc, much like the Greek aero network on
5637. Earlier (1330 UTC) Cairo was passing flight plans and flight progress
reports to un-identified station in English. As the two flights I heard about
departed Cairo and headed to Switzerland and Italy, I guess it was Malta ATC
(LMMM).
This must be the same network operating during nighttime on 3175 kHz
(which is listed in Ferrell's "Confidential Frequency List"). I have heard
egyptian domestic tfc on 3175 many times, once even Khartoum Air was there in
contact with Cairo.
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Romanian Domestic HF Aero
-------------------------------------------It seems there are at least two different aeronautical stations on 5637
kHz operating from Bucharest, Romania. One is the ATC station "Bucharest
Informare" (YRA) and the other is a company station "TAROM Bucharest". The
ATC station is also CW capable, sending on 5638 kHz (like Athens Air - SWA),
so it can be heard on SSB receivers without retuning them. The ATC sends
meteo info preceded with a CW "VVV" marker. It can be heard often exchanging
formal and informal flight info with Athens Air SWA using CW or USB.
Earlier today I heard aircraft YR-IMM calling Bucharest Informare (28
1508Z Dec 1996) using USB. When the plane got no reply, they switched to CW
and sent "YRA DE YRIMM K <pause> YRA DE YRIMM IMM K", without success. At
1520Z the same plane was heard calling "TAROM Bucharest" using the flight
number "404" in Romanian. Finally he got a reply at about 1526Z and passed
information about passengers on board etc.
Tirane Radio on HF
------------------------------------According to a foreign airline pilot I met there, Tirana Airport is
likely to be heard on 5703 (day) and 4020 (night) for both A/G and AFTN
communications. Ferrel's Confidential Frequency List confirms 5703 but has no
entry for 4020.
In the airport I was able to see the HF antenna which is a folded
dipole antenna 6m above ground, inside the perimeter of the airport. I was
told that most AFTN comms (flight plans, departures etc) currently are over
landline telex and, possibly, fax. According to the locals, the airport is
now operational only during daytime. A contract has been signed with Siemens
to modernize the airport.
Near the airport there is a large antenna farm with many "bird-cage"
wide band horizontal dipoles and other antennas, but they are rusty and
probably not in use currently.
5517 Update
------------With the help of Ian Baxter, I was able to further monitor the new AFI
freq of 5517 at length and can verify that this freq has replaced 5658 for
MWARA AFI-3 traffic. I logged the following ground stations on 5517:
Addis Ababa
Asmara
Cairo
Entebbe
Khartoum
Mauritius
Mogadishu
Nairobi
Sanaa
Seychelles
I also noted Sanaa operating on 5658 and on 5517, so I assume that the move
to 5517 was made to clear up 5658 for the MID traffic
5658-Dushanbe, Urumqi, Ashkabat
------------------------------In recent logs posted to the WUN list, Urumqi Radio has been heard by
Hans Wildschut in the Netherlands, as were aircraft heard calling Ashkabat
and Dushanbe Aero by Ian Baxter in the UK. Now that the mass of AFI-3
traffic has moved off of this frequency to 5517, these Asian DX rarities are
now possible from Europe and North America.
Thanks for the great update Apollo!
--------------------------AIRLINE NEWS
--------------------------UNITED AIRLINES will begin daily nonstop Chicago O'Hare to Sao Paulo service
starting on October 26, 1997. Flight info : UA415 ORD 2030 GRU 1120 UA414 GRU
2300 ORD 0616. The service will be operated with Boeing 767-300 equipment.
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DELTA AIR LINES did announce it's new summer schedule which features: NEW
FLIGHTS
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New York JFK to Istanbul
New York JFK to Madrid
New York JFK to Manchester
New York JFK to Rome (adding a second daily flight)
New York JFK to Athens (becomes year round)
Atlanta to Stuttgart
Atlanta to Zurich
DISCONTINUED FLIGHTS
- Los Angeles to Frankfurt
- Washington to Frankfurt
- Orlando to Frankfurt
- Frankfurt to Athens
- Frankfurt to Bucharest
- Frankfurt to Istanbul
- Frankfurt to Moscow
- Frankfurt to St Petersburg
- Frankfurt to Warsaw
B727's currently used out of Frankfurt for intra-European routes will be
redeployed in the US and wide-bodies used from LAX/IAD/MCO to Frankfurt
will relocate to JFK.
GULF AIR has instituted a few cutbacks in service lately due to financial
difficulties. Several cities will be cut from its route structure, including
New York (JFK), Johannesburg, Durban and Geneva. The last service from New
York is sked for February 13th.
UNITED AIRLINES is now scheduled to start
its freighter operations to Asia on March 1st using two newly configured
DC10-30Fs. BALTIA AIR LINES is getting ready to launch service from New York
JFK to St Petersburg in the spring. It will acquire one or two 747's from
United Airlines for this service. AIR PORTUGAL will start twice weekly
service from Lisbon to Bangkok in April using A340 equipment. YEMENIA will
start service from Sanaa to Madrid and Milan using the 2 new Airbus A310
aircraft that will be delivered soon. AMERICAN AIRLINES will place the
Airbus A300-600 on the Atlantic starting in March 97. It will replace one of
the 767's on the daily Boston to Heathrow service and will fly the JFK to LHR
route, eventually accounting for 70% of that route. AA105/106 is already
being operated by the A300 as of press time. LUFTHANSA has placed the Airbus
A300 in service on the Dusseldorf-New York (JFK) route effective this month.
LH408 departs DUS 1310 arr JFK 1530 and LH409 dep JFK 1700 arr DUS 0620+1
daily. KLM ROYAL DUTCH AIRLINES continues to add the new 767-300ER to its
North Atlantic routes, this time twice-weekly service to Atlanta from
Amsterdam. KL621 AMS-ATL dep 1035 arr 1430 and KL622 ATL-AMS dep 1710 arr
0740+1 on Wednesdays and Fridays. In further news from UNITED effective
January 14th 777 service from Chicago to London Heathrow will have started.
UA928 ORD-LHR dep 1735 arr 0710+1 daily. Service continues on to Amsterdam
Schiphol. AIR PORTUGAL returns to Boston! Well, at least its scheduled
services do, having operated charters to BOS for quite some time. Friday
service to and from Ponta Delgada, Azores with the A310. TP326 dep Ponta
Delgada 1655 arr BOS 1830, the return TP327 dep BOS 2135 arr Ponta Delgada at
0625+1. Service originates and destinates in Lisbon. BRITISH AIRWAYS now
has the Boeing 777 on the following HF-possible routes worldwide:
BA122
BA123
BA132
BA133
BA134
BA135
BA212
BA213
London Heathrow (LHR)-Dubai
Dubai-LHR
Jeddah-LHR
LHR-Jeddah
Riyadh-LHR
LHR-Riyadh
Boston-LHR
LHR-Boston
Keep an ear out on 5517/11300 for IRAN AIR's new 707 service to Entebbe from
Dubai on Fridays. IR515 dep Dubai 0115 arr Entebbe 0545.
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Ever wondered just where all those Springbok flights were headed to as you
DXed the AFI frequencies? Well, here is a fairly complete listing of all
SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS nonstop flights heading to/from Europe and Asia for
easy reference:
JNB-BKK
JNB-DXB
JNB-DXB
JNB-FRA
JNB-FRA
JNB-FRA
JNB-FRA
JNB-FRA
JNB-HKG
JNB-HKG
JNB-HKG
JNB-LHR
JNB-LHR
JNB-LHR
JNB-LHR
JNB-LHR
JNB-MRU
JNB-MRU
JNB-BOM
JNB-MUC
JNB-JFK
JNB-CDG
JNB-PER
JNB-GIG
JNB-GRU
JNB-TLV
JNB-ZRH
CPT-FRA
CPT-LHR
CPT-LHR
CPT-MIA
DUR-MRU
DUR-MRU
LHR-CPT
MIA-CPT
SA282
SA152
SA150
SA260
SA250
SA254
SA248
SA252
SA286
SA296
SA298
SA234
SA238
SA222
SA212
SA226
SA190
SA190
SA284
SA264
SA201
SA272
SA280
SA205
SA207
SA270
SA274
SA242
SA232
SA220
SA203
SA192
SA194
SA231
SA204
MON/SAT
MON
THU
MON/WED
TUE
THU
FRI
SAT
FRI
TUE
SUN
1357
246
THU
FRI
SAT
WED/FRI
SAT
FRI
WED
X6 1STOP
TUE
WED/SUN
SUN
THU
TUE/SUN
FRI
SUN
WED/FRI
SAT
1356
SUN
SAT
SAT
2467
747
767
767
747
743
743
74L
743
747
747
747
743
743
744
743
744
320
AB3
767
74L
744
74L
747
74L
74L
767
74L
743
743
747
744
AB3
320
743
744
BKK-JNB
DXB-JNB
FRA-JNB
FRA-JNB
FRA-JNB
FRA-JNB
FRA-JNB
FRA-JNB
HKG-JNB
HKG-JNB
HKG-JNB
LHR-JNB
LHR-JNB
LHR-JNB
LHR-JNB
LHR-JNB
LHR-JNB
LHR-JNB
MRU-DUR
MRU-DUR
MRU-JNB
MRU-JNB
BOM-JNB
BOM-JNB
MUC-JNB
MUC-JNB
JFK-JNB
CDG-JNB
PER-JNB
GRU-JNB
ZRH-JNB
ZRH-JNB
LHR-CPT
LHR-CPT
SA283
SA151
SA261
SA241
SA251
SA255
SA249
SA253
SA297
SA299
SA287
SA239
SA233
SA215
SA235
SA217
SA227
SA229
SA193
SA195
SA191
SA191
SA279
SA152
SA267
SA265
SA202
SA273
SA281
SA205
SA257
SA275
SA237
SA221
TUE/SUN
THU
TUE/THU
MON
WED
FRI
SAT
SUN
WED
MON
SAT
135
TUE
SUN
THU/SAT
SAT
FRI
SUN
SUN
SAT
WED/FRI
SAT
THU
TUE
TUE
THU
X67
WED
TUE/FRI
SUN
MON
SAT
THU
SUN
747
767
747
743
743
743
74L
743
747
747
747
744
743
744
743
747
744
743
AB3
320
320
AB3
767
767
74L
74L
[email protected]
74L
747
74L
74L
74L
743
747
Abbreviations:
BKK-Bangkok
BOM-Bombay
CDG-Paris (Charles de Gaulle)
CPT-Cape Town
DUR-Durban
DXB-Dubai
FRA-Frankfurt
GIG-Rio de Janeiro (Galeao Int'l)
GRU-Sao Paulo (Gualrulhos Int'l)
HKG-Hong Kong
JFK-New York (John F. Kennedy Int'l)
JNB-Johannesburg
LHR-London (Heathrow)
MIA-Miami
MRU-Mauritius
MUC-Munich (Franz Josef Strauss)
PER-Perth
TLV-Tel Aviv (Ben Gurion)
ZRH-Zurich
@-special note: stops in Sal, Cape Verde on SAT
Aircraft:
747-Boeing
743-Boeing
744-Boeing
74L-Boeing
767-Boeing
747 (all series)
747-300
747-400
747SP
767
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AB3-Airbus A300
320-Airbus A320
And with that we come to the end of another edition of INTERNATIONAL CIVIL
AERO. Thanks to Apollo C. Vermouth, planes, Ian Baxter, and Hans Wildschut
for contributing this month!
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Welcome!
I hope everyone had an excellent holiday season. Hopefully on your New
Year's resolutions you've included learning about a different facet of UTE
monitoring. Mine is to learn about the United States Coast Guard flight
operations. Thanks are extended this month to [email protected], Ian Moth,
Stuart Mcmurtrie, James Kilgallen and Thomas Ingenpass for their submissions.
<< More RFI Information >>
For the past several months, we've been covering computer generated
RFI and how to cure it. This month [email protected] writes:
Hello I am a wun member and have a question .....I get horrible QRM from my
25 inch GE color TV which is at the East end of the house. Radio is at west
end (50' ) I am using a 100' long wire N x S, w/coax, and ground lead
attached to braid at apex (west). Antenna height 30', Ground rod installed 6'
from house. QRM is worse when TV is off so I have to unplug it. What can be
done to eliminate the noise other than throwing the TV out?
Well, throwing out the set may cure your RFI with the radio, but I'm
sure other family members will increase their QRM! Yes, this is also another
place RFI can get inside your radio. Most TVs and VCRs have switching power
supplies inside them. In order to get the appropriate operating voltages, a
very fast oscillator is used -- instead of a bulky and inefficient
transformer/bridge rectifier technology. Even though you've hit the 'off'
button, the power supply is still running. These switching power supplies are
very efficient, and when not under load, don't draw too much power. If the
power supply was turned off, you'd never be able to turn your TV back on!
Everything is controlled by a small computer inside the TV. There are several
things you can try and the easiest is to change the AC circuit that your
radio/TV are on. Possibly plugging it into another plug will cure the
problem. Another way is to wrap the power cord around a big ferrite bar, or
large toroid. You may have to do both the radio and TV though. The most
expensive way is to find an AC brute force filter and plug your TV into that.
Also, you may be able to find a good surge protector that has RFI/EMI
filtering in it. I hope this information will help in curing your RFI
problems.
<< UK Amateur Assistance >>
If you're a UK amateur radio operator, Ian Moth
([email protected]) needs some assistance. He writes:
Does anywun have a list of know of any web sites that have information
regarding 10 metres amateur repeaters. If so could they e-mail me.
Ian Moth
Hopefully someone can lend Ian a hand.
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<< ASKWUN For Sale >>
From: Stuart Mcmurtrie <[email protected]>
I have just been looking through a WWW site of an Army Surplus Store
Here in the UK. The Shop is Springfields & they have some RACAL RA-17 HF Rx
for sale for 165.96 UK Pounds +VAT. Someone out in WUN-World may be
interested ?
WWW site is: http://www.springfields.co.uk/welcome.html
& the tel #: 44 1283-566137 or 530707
I'm not connected with the shop in anyway, just passing on the find.
Regards, Stuart
--<< More DSP Information >>
James Kilgallen <[email protected]> writes about Sound Blaster
based software:
I recall someone recently asking about DSP ware for the Sound Blaster. Best
I've tried is Brian Beezley's ([email protected]).
--<< Atari Software Assistance >>
from Ary Boender:
Hello everyone!
This is a kind of "MAYDAY" from a passioned ATARI-User in the
UTDX-circus. I use two Atari-machines (1040STE and Falcon 030) and want to
use them for RTTY-DX. Today I use BONITO RADICOM for that. This program
features only Baudot. But I'd also like to decode some other stuff, e.g. ARQ,
SITOR or FEC with my good old TOS-machines. Is there any proggy out there
that supports that modes? Infos may be passed to me via ARY BOENDER on
internet ([email protected]) or via snailmail to: Thomas Ingenpass,
Mozartstrasse 2, D-47623 KEVELAER, Germany. Thanks a lot for your support!
--If there are any Atari users that can help Thomas, please drop a line to
Ary at his new address: [email protected]
<< New WWW Site >>
By the time you read this column, I'll have my own WWW site up and
going. It'll primarily be developed around UTE monitoring of the maritime
bands, some operating tips I've learned and my logs. Feel free to stop by and
let me know what you think. Any comments are greatly appreciated! Until next
month, happy monitoring!
Mark -- KA6WKE
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# DIGITAL REVIEW #
[ editor: Ary Boender
[email protected] ]
*** I M P O R T A N T
PLEASE READ ***
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Please note my new e-mail address. Effective 1 February all other addresses
are obsolete. The ONLY VALID address is: [email protected]
Please DELETE [email protected], [email protected], FIDO netmail 2:283/512.24
and FIDO netmail 2:282/123.24. This means that I have no longer a FIDO
netmail address.
*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o
Welcome to the anniversary edition of the Digital Review. I'm sure that the
diplo fans will have a good time this month and I hope that the rest of you
will enjoy it too. There are 15 pages of digital news here in front of you
thanks to contributors Stan Scalsky, Jan Janssen, Dave Wright, Roberto Robba,
Mike Chace, Bob Margolis, Marius Rensen, ANEU, Hermann Joos, and Klaus Betke
who chipped in there loggings, news, remarks and questions. I hope that the
other 1100 members will join them during the next year and will send me
their findings as well.
So, what's up this month? On special request there's a lot of diplo stuff
and items about Veripos, modes and codes and of course a digi-news-round-up.
I hope to do a couple of updates next month. I have requests for the Greek
SITOR shipping networks and a second look at SOUD/Brotherhood. Especially
for the SOUD update I can use everything that you have copied during the
past year. Oddities, bloopers, mixed numbers/RTTY transmissions, your logs
etc etc are most welcome folks. Can you supply info about the Russian intelligence agencies FSB, GRU and FAPSI? Please do! I really appreciate your
cooperation.
Modes and codes
--------------When browsing thru the digital logs you often see modes refereed to as ACF=0
or something like that. ACF stands for Auto Correlation Frequency. Auto
Correlation is actually a popular mathematical concept used in digital signal
processing. It's especially handy for identifying signals that cannot be
recognized or those whose name are (yet) unknown. So how does it work and how
is it measured?
The ACF values as mentioned in the digital logs come from Correlation BIT
module in Code 3/30. You need to know the baud rate for it to work right.
You need to look for a characteristic spike at regular intervals, this
usually means the first largest spike. Some common modes are the ACFs are:
Sitor-A ACF=45, Sitor-B ACF=35, Baudot ACF=7 or 8 or x but it depends on
number of stop bits in the frame. Sometimes 15 if halfstop bits. ARQ-E ACF=
28 or 56. Finally you can have an ACF=0 which is a fully encrypted signal
with no apparent patterns.
Another phenomenon is the letter/cipher codes. One question frequently pops
up: 'what coding system is being used?' Well, most of the times you'll never
know. Some systems can be recognized as NATO systems, but that is all. I'm
afraid that we will not be able to break the codes. Here are a few codes that
are/were very popular. They all create 5-letter or figure codes.
Haggelin
Addonis
Enigma-varieties
Single block
Ecolex
Tarolex
Aeroflex
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
since 1960
since 1970
since 1938
since 1935
since 1970
since 1967
currently
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
ex-Warszaw Pact countries
African countries
African business traffic
world-wide
NATO-countries
NATO-countries
NATO-countries
Can you recognize these systems? Nah... not really. A few systems can be
recognized by various characteristics, i.e. the 2nd, 3rd and 4th group of a
message. A 'single block' can be recognized because each message begins with
one group of 5 figures.
Aeroflex has the following characteristics: the first and last groups of
a message are the same; groups 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 are also the same. It
looks like this:
Pagina 9
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AJGHT SDFGH SDFGH SDFGH SDFGH SDFGH
RHTJC AMCXY ZUWQL NFBGT ADCTV PLKFT
<clip>
SBNGR IOERT AAJHG FHRTQ SIQWE AJGHT
GR 114
Do you have more info? I sure am interested!
Veripos DGPS
-----------Veripos, a consortium of Europe's leading survey and electronics companies
(Osiris, Topnav and SubSea Offshore) was formed to provide a high precision
HF DGPS service to the offshore survey industry. They developed a DGPS
system that is based upon Sercel GPS hardware.
The terrestrially based system has dual frequency HF transmitters, located
in the Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, Scotland, England and France. The HF
stations are modified to transmit extra data needed for the compilation of
RTCM messages.
Veripos established a data collection and processing centre in Aberdeen.
The primary HUB system receives all incoming data (RTCM corrections) from
the HF reference stations. This data is decoded, checked and re-converted
to RTCM format and sent to the Goonhilly uplink station for transmission
to the Inmarsat satellite.
Stations
Netherlands: Den Helder 2x hf + Inmarsat datalink 2805? 100bd QPSK
Renesse
2x hf
Norway
: Utsira
2x hf + Inmarsat datalink
Trondheim 2x hf + Inmarsat datalink
Lofoten
2x hf + Inmarsat datalink
Scotland
: Aberdeen
Inmarsat datalink
Barra
2x hf
Wick
2x hf + Inmarsat datalink 1894? 100bd QPSK
England
: Isle of Man 1 hf
Goonhilly Inmarsat datalink
Denmark
: Rodvig
2x hf 1942 100bd / 3226? 250bd QPSK
France
: Boulogne
2x hf
Brest
2x hf
La Coubre 2x hf 1655 / 3328.8? 50bd MSK
Cherbourg (navy) 2x hf
(because it is against company policy, no freqs were given, so I am not
sure if the ones that I mentioned are really Veripos freqs. They are DGPS
stations and transmitting from the same area, that's for sure)
Diplo Corner
-----------Welcome to the extended birthday edition of the diplo corner. What do I have
for you on the menu this time? Well, for a starter diplo news and the main
course this month Algeria, France and the Congo, and the delicious dessert is
Bulgarian diplo-yoghurt. Bon appetit!
o The sked for the coming months is as follows:
February - China and Ethiopia
March - Poland
April - Japan and Greece
As usual, I ask all of you to contribute your logs, freqs and sample
messages of the above stations and of course everything else that you have
is also most welcome. Still waiting for Chinese messages.
o Starter: unid Polish ARQ <from Dave Wright [email protected]>
Dave copied the following weird stuff in Polish ARQ on 10225.3 kHz, at
21.45 UTC. As far as I know Polish ARQ is only used by diplo stations,
but this stuff looks very unfamiliar to me. It looks like the system did
not work very well. Any idea who it could be? I deleted many 'ry'-lines.
Interesting are the RY's itself, instead of the normal RY sequence, RYYR
Pagina 10
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is being sent. Weird! The traffic is also very unusual for Polish diplo.
My best guess is a malfunctioning system, Dave.
ryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyr
ifhitf hitf hitf hitf hitf hdte dwed iwtd iwtd iwtd iitn ti nqtr vq rqvt
cq t:1
ryrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryyrryy
ifhitf hdte dwed iwtd irtg rr gbrt bmts gm sngrvcn41 7q upp p00
600962009w
pde cd e:9 5o tp
uuuu u77 577t uy t76t uy r66r ye w73w u 1 821o~peop ew p42p rp t90t oi
y587567t yr e54e te w53w tw u82u iw q92q o 3 84~i ru y57y ty t36t ey w86w
ie w93
4374e ui r68r yt y55y te w73~ uw o12o q 2 922o wq i31i ey t66t y~t~t6~t
ye u83
2922o wq p31p ew o42o rt u65u yt y65y y 5 735u eo i39i ei r78r uo t79t
uuu uu ubut bqts lq smls ~m~sng~~~n~nq~uq ukk kkkkk
o Angola update; more freqs: 18046.7, 18986.7 both ARQ 100/170,
former 1045-1515, latter 1700h UTC
o Main course. Spotlight on Algeria, the Congo and France.
Algeria
------o Country profile.
Algeria measures ca. 2,381,740 km2 and is the second-largest country
in Africa. Algeria is a Democratic and Popular Republic with capital
Algiers (el Djaza'ir) and is divided in 48 provinces (wilaya); Adrar,
Ain Defla, Ain Temouchent, Alger, Annaba, Batna, Bechar, Bejaia, Biskra,
Blida, Bordj Bou Arreridj, Bouira, Boumerdes, Chlef, Constantine, Djelfa,
El Bayadh, El Oued, El Tarf, Ghardaia, Guelma, Illizi, Jijel, Khenchela,
Laghouat, Mascara, Medea, Mila, Mostaganem, M'Sila, Naama, Oran, Ouargla,
Oum el Bouaghi, Relizane, Saida, Setif, Sidi Bel Abbes, Skikda, Souk
Ahras, Tamanghasset, Tebessa, Tiaret, Tindouf, Tipaza, Tissemsilt, Tizi
Ouzou and Tlemcen.
Algerian defense includes National Popular Army, Navy, Air Force, Territorial Air Defense and National Gendarmerie.
o Notes on operation:
* Nil on Friday (Moslem holy day).
* Language: French, Arabic (for both domestic and MFA/embassy traffic)
* Encryption: Online : Appears as pseudo-random strings, or loss of text.
Offline: Using 5FGs noted sometimes.
* Particular mode? - one station noted on 19028.6 giving header in French,
a few characters then no output. At end of header number of characters
which could be an equipment switch to alter the decode arrangement. Try
using showall during such reception.
* Idles code32 using outer tones on COQ/8.
* Operator exchanges alternating opr/traffic in Coquelet-8 on the same
frequency. MFA broadcasts to a number of embassies who are then asked
to reply from their QSX frequencies in turn. Remote embassies are often
referred to by the MFA using short names during such exchanges eg "nktt"
when asking Nouakchott to QSL.
* Appears to be using USB on some frequencies, LSB on others. The offset
of the tones variable but reasonably consistent sideband per any given
frequency.
* Algiers uses 26.67bd irrespective, but embassies use either 26.67bd or
13.33bd
* Use of Coquelet-8v2 (auto Arabic vs Latin keyboard recognition) marked
by longer 13.3bd preamble and only occasional sync thereafter with
standard Coquelet-8 module, otherwise garbage.
* Interior traffic noted in ITA2 RTTY.
* Same format used by all ministries and customs.
o Transmission modes used:
CW
Pagina 11
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SSB
ITA2
Coquelet-8
Coquelet-8v2
Coquelet-13
- 50bd / 170Hz
- 13.3bd and 26.7bd
- 26.7bd
o Frequency (domestic traffic): 10340 kHz
o Domestic stations. Traffic from and to the following ministries and
departments was copied so far:
- c s t n -algerie- pour info/ dgtn - der - i r m i /cq
- conservateurs (toutes wilayates)
- d-s-a- des 48 wilayas
- directeur general des douanes
- directeur general du tresor
- direction de l'emploi et de la formation professionnelle de la wilaya
d'oran
- direction de l'emploi et de la formation professionnelle des 47 wilayas
- direction de la concurrence et des prix de la wilaya de bejaia
- direction de la concurrences et des prix (48)
- direction de la protection civile des wilayate du territoire national
(48 wilaya)
- direction des etudes et planifications
- direction des etudes et qualifications
- direction des travaux publics des (48) wilayates
- direction educations (48) wilayas.
- direction generale de l'anem 5 rue capitaine menani alger
- direction generale de la protection civile /docs
- direction generale des forets
- directions des travaux publics des ( 48 ) wilayas.
- gendarmerie nationale de la wilaya de mostaganem
- inspecteur d accademie d alger.
- inspecteur regional des enquetes economiques et de la repression des
fraudes setif
- inspecteurs regionaux des enquetes economiques et de la represseion
des fraudes d'alger - oran - setif - saida - annaba - bechar et ouargla
- inspecteurs regionaux des enquetes economiques et de la repression des
fraudes d'alger-oran-bechar-annaba ouargla-saida-setif
- ministere de l interieur des collectivites locales et de l environnement
- ministere de l'agriculture-direction des services veterinaires
- ministere de l'equipement et de l'amenagement du territoire
- ministere de l'equipement et de l'amenagement du territoire (direction
des routes)
- ministere de l'equipement et de l'amenagement du territoire d.e.e.r.
s.d.p.m / 96
- ministere des finances/ direction generale de la comptabilite direction
de la reglementation comptable
- ministere du commerce / inspection centrale des nquetes economiques et
de la reforme des fraudes
- ministere educati alger off
- ministere education nationale
- ministre du commerce-inspection central des enquetes economiques et la
repression des fraudes
- off alger
- off bejaia
- off bel abbes
- off dgpc
- off mostaganem
- off oran
- secretariat d'etat a la formation professionnelle
- sous directeur des liaisons -dgtn- tresorier central d'alger
- tresorier de la wilaya de sidi bel abbes
- tresorier des 48 wilayas
- tresorier principal d'alger
- wali de la wilaya de bejaia -cabinet
- wali de la wilaya de mostaganem
Pagina 12
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o Frequencies (MFA/embassy/consulate traffic):
6721.4
6774.1
6841.4
6911.4
7345.7
8010.7
8013.4
9041
9118.7
9141.4
10126.4
10565
10720
10729
10730
10993.7
10995
10996.4
10997
11005
11475
11475.5
12108.4
12132
12161.4
13418.7
13425.7
13428.4
13655
13875
14434.5
14932.7
14937.6
14938.7
15912
16146.7
16257
16272.4
16273.7
16278.7
16316.3
16318.4
16339
17411.1
17412.43
18180.7
18183.7
18204.5
18421.4
18526.7
18753
18754.6
18756.2
18757.4
18758.7
18943.7
18946.4
19028.7
19031.4
19123.6
20145
20148
20163.5
20189
20450.7
o Reported callsigns and selcals:
7RP20
Paris
7RP30
London
7RP40
Brussels
"bru"
7RP50
Geneva
7RP60
7RP70
Rome
7RP80
Bonn
7RP90
Madrid
7RW20
7RW30
7RW40
7RW50
7RW60
7RW70
7RW80
7RW90
Amman
Baghdad
Kuwait
7RV20
7RV30
7RV40
7RV50
7RV60
7RV70
7RV80
7RV90
Moscow
Stockholm
Prague
Sofia
Belgrade
Warsaw
Berlin
7RY20
7RY30
7RY40
7RY50
7RY60
7RY70
7RY80
7RY90
Accra
7RZ20
7RZ30
7RZ40
7RZ50
7RZ60
7RZ70
7RZ80
7RZ90
Washington
CME356
ETN75?
ETN52
KNY28
Havana?
"abi"
"bey"
"mct"
"ouaga"
Abu Dhabi
Abidjan
Beirut
Muscat
Ouagadougou
o Dictionary:
Ambalg
bc
Consalgs
dest
exp
MAE
mot
SDCVD
vci
"atn"
"damas"
"nktt"
"bag"
Jeddah
MFA Algiers
Beijing
Pyongyang
Djakarta
Islamahbad
Teheran
Ankara
7421.5
9352.7
10731
11418
12258
13936.5
16079.6
16315.7
18145
18529.4
18787
19434.5
23127.5
Cairo
7RQ20
7RQ30
7RQ40
7RQ50
7RQ60
7RQ70
7RQ80
7RQ90
"pek"
"pyong"
7RX20
7RX30
7RX40
7RX50
7RX60
7RX70
7RX80
7RX90
7350.7
9248.7
10730.7
11251.4
12256.4
13898.7
16077.6
16315.4
18139
18528.4
18761
19141.4
23055.5
Tripoli
Khartoum
Niamey
"krt"
"nm"
Conakry
Dakar
Brazzaville
"cky"
"dkr"
Bamako
Lagos
"bko"
"lg"
Addis Ababa?
Washington
"ab"
Athens
Damascus
Nuoakchott
Ambassade D'Algerie (Algerian Embassy)
broadcast?
Consulates
destinaire (destination)
expediteur (sender)
Ministere des Affaires Estrangeres (Ministry of Foreign
Affairs)
number of words (mots 12)
Dept of MAE?
voici (here is)
Pagina 13
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wilaya(s)
wilayates
province(s)
provinces
o Sample message formats:
Example #1 - Message in French from MFA Algiers
----------------------------------------------cqcqcqcqcqcqcq je rle diff
diff
une diff
all
allo teheran
islamabad delhi etes vous la ??bb leheran 22jjjcqcqcq
(Calling Teheran/Islamabad/New Delhi)
je rle (from MFA Alger)
vci off alger nr 88997/89075 le 16.11.92 a 1720 z l 20
exp mae dgac dcee sdvqam alger
dest : mm. les chefs de postes diplomatiques et consulaires
info : dgsn /cabinet/drpg/dpf
txt nr 4341
(to)
honneur vous informer stop primo stop services algeriens
competents relevent que de nombreux etrangers beneficiaires de visas
de transit stop souvent demunis de documents de voyages - de moyens
<clip clip clip>
les ressortissants de pays objet de mes messages numero 254 et 482
des 6.2.92 et 15.3.92 stop signe aissaseferdjeli dcee stop et fin
(Islamabad invited to qsl?)
col bn ++/
islamabad
aui
multiple carriage returns.
Example #2 - Messages in French from Ambassador Beijing
------------------------------------------------------vci off pekin nr 584/
le 09/08/93 a 10h00z l.22
exp = ambalg pekin
dest =mb/7sx/dgao/daeo/dgrm
ohvi que m.jiang zeming pdt de la rpc a accorde une importante
interview au directeur du quotidien japonais asahi shimbun
<clip clip clip>
question des droits de l'homme, le pdt jiang zeming a affirme stop
o...a suivre .../ stop et fin ./
col bn
si qsl je cont
Example #3 - off line encrypted traffic from MFA Algiers
-------------------------------------------------------off alger nr 82807/11 le 12.10.96 a 1530z gr 74
exp : mae/alger
dest : ambalg : paris - rome - madrid - bonn - moscou
txt nr 29095
08054
12482
63163
52716
42567
28941
74737
17290
05825
34415
99606
15760
98906
36865
55122
92543
op
29149
21754
94871
89459
96671
17303
17135
44233
120900z gr 74
73041
74648
90303
03627
99702
40302
18331
74219
67685
94576
85557
30149
09768
29654
92721
= ar
67159
78876
53119
04554
91527
69345
42973
69808
12845
28462
15030
00260
50390
04124
69020
28350
12745
02285
69510
50041
31243
col bn/skr
Pagina 14
61824
75001
28776
68113
94303
82144
15643
36995
81895
39463
83645
63307
45674
20756
WUN-v03
Example #4 - domestic traffic
----------------------------vci off alger cdn nr 5228/75
w 100 le 07/02/1996 a 13h50
ministere du commerce / inspection centrale des enquetes economiques
et de la reforme des fraudes
a messieurs : les inspecteurs regionaux des enquetes economiques et
de la represseion des fraudes d'alger - oran - setif - saida - annaba
bechar et ouargla.
messiers les directeus de la concurrences et des prix (48)
texte nr :85/mi.iceerf/96.
++++++++++++++++++++++//
//-//onneur vous demander de contrer les effectifs de controle
sur les imortateurs et grossistes notamment en produits alimentraires
<etc etc etc>
Congo
----o Country profile
Congo measures ca. 342,000 km2. The country is a republic with capital
Brazzaville and is divided in 9 regions; Bouenza, Cuvette, Kouilou,
Lekoumou, Likouala, Niari, Plateaux, Pool, Sangha and 1 commune namely
Brazzaville. The national defenses include: Army, Navy, Naval Infantry,
Air Force and National Police.
o Reported frequencies:
13524, 17928.7, 17929.3, 17930, 18045, 18055, 21088 kHz
o Transmission modes used: Baudot 50bd and CW
o Callsigns MFA and Embassies:
BGO6
Libreville
CME402-CME405 Havana
CMO7
Maputo
France
-----o Country profile.
France measures 547,030 km2, including Corsica. The French Republic with
capital Paris, is divided into 22 regions and the regions are subdivided
into 96 departments, excluding the overseas departments French Guyana,
Guadeloupe, Martinique, Reunion, Mayotte and Saint Pierre & Miquelon. The
22 regions are: Alsace, Aquitaine, Auvergne, Basse-Normandie, Bourgogne,
Bretagne, Centre, Champagne-Ardenne, Corse, Franche-Comte, Haute-Normandie,
Ile-de-France, Languedoc-Roussillon, Limousin, Lorraine, Midi-Pyrenees,
Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Pays-de-la-Loire, Picardie, Poitou-Charentes, ProvenceAlpes-Cote d'Azur, Rhone-Alpes. The Departments are listed under Freqs and
Callsigns. Dependencies: Bassas da India, Clipperton Island, Europa Island,
French Polynesia, French Southern and Adelie Isl., Glorioso Islands, Juan
de Nova Island, New Caledonia, Tromelin Island and Wallis & Futuna. The
French defense forces include Army, Navy/Naval Air, Air Force and National
Gendarmerie.
# Domestic diplo stations
o Modes: ARQ-E3
100bd
SITOR-A/B 100bd
CW
o Frequencies:
4818, 5164.5, 5210, 5786, 5788, 7403, 7441, 7575, 7655, 7902, 9050 kHz
o Stations, callsigns & selcals:
Pagina 15
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The selcals consist of the the first two letters of the capital city and
the department name. Alternative selcals have been noted though (ie 'AJCA'
for Ajaccio / Corse). Callsigns all begin with FIT5 followed by the number
of the department. Note: several stations are using callsigns with and
without the '5' (ie Paris is copied as FIT75 and FIT575).
Callsign
-------FIT 501
FIT 502
FIT 503
FIT 504
FIT 505
FIT 506
FIT 507
FIT 508
FIT 509
FIT 510
FIT 511
FIT 512
FIT 513
FIT 514
FIT 515
FIT 516
FIT 517
FIT 518
FIT 519
FIT 520
FIT 520
FIT 521
FIT 522
FIT 523
FIT 524
FIT 525
FIT 526
FIT 527
FIT 528
FIT 529
FIT 530
FIT 531
FIT 532
FIT 533
FIT 534
FIT 535
FIT 536
FIT 537
FIT 538
FIT 539
FIT 540
FIT 541
FIT 542
FIT 543
FIT 544
FIT 545
FIT 546
FIT 547
FIT 548
FIT 549
FIT 550
FIT 551
FIT 552
FIT 553
FIT 554
FIT 555
FIT 556
FIT 557
FIT 558
FIT 559
Department Name
Capital City
------------------------- ---------------------Ain
Bourg-en-Bresse
Aisne
Laon
Allier
Moulins
Alpes de Haute Provence
Digne
Hautes Alpes
Gap
Alpes Maritimes
Nice
Ardeche
Privas
Ardennes
Charleville-Mezieres
Ariege
Foix
Aube
Troyes
Aude
Carcassonne
Aveyron
Rodez
Bouches du Rhone
Marseille
Calvados
Caen
Cantal
Aurillac
Charente
Angouleme
Charente Maritime
La Rochelle
Cher
Bourges
Correze
Tulle
Corse (Hautes)
Bastia
Corse (Sud)
Ajaccio
Cote d'Or
Dijon
Cotes du Nord
Saint-Brieuc
Creuse
Gueret
Dordogne
Perigueux
Doubs
Besancon
Drome
Valence
Eure
Evreux
Eure et Loire
Chartres
Finistere
Quimper
Gard
Nimes
Haute Garonne
Toulouse
Gers
Auch
Grionde
Bordeaux
Herault
Montpellier
Ille et Vilaine
Rennes
Indre
Chateauroux
Indre et Loire
Tours
Isere
Grenoble
Jura
Lons-le-Saunier
Landes
Mont-de-Marsan
Loir et Cher
Blois
Loire
Saint-Etienne
Haute Loire
Le Puy
Loire Atlantique
Nantes
Loiret
Orleans
Lot
Cahors
Lot et Garonne
Agen
Lozere
Mende
Maine et Loire
Angers
Manche
Saint-Lo
Marne
Chalons-sur-Marne
Haute Marne
Chaumont
Mayenne
Laval
Meurthe et Moselle
Nancy
Meuse
Bar-le-Duc
Morbihan
Vannes
Moselle
Metz
Nievre
Nevers
Nord
Lille
Pagina 16
Selcal
-----LAAI
GAAH
CAAU
MABR
AUCA
BOCH
AJCA
DICO
BEDO
TOGH
REIV
CHIN
TOIL
GRIS
ORLO
MEMO
LINO
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
FIT
560
561
562
563
564
565
566
567
568
569
570
571
572
573
574
575
576
577
578
579
580
581
582
583
584
585
586
587
588
589
590
591
592
593
594
595
5972
5973
5974
597?
Oise
Orne
Pas de Calais
Puy de Dome
Pyrenees Atlantiques
Hautes Pyrenees
Pyrenees Orientales
Bas Rhin
Haut Rhin
Rhone
Haute Saone
Saone et Loire
Sarthe
Savoie
Haute Savoie
Seine
Seine Maritime
Seine et Marne
Yvelines
Deux Sevres
Somme
Tarn
Tarn et Garonne
Var
Vaucluse
Vendee
Vienne
Haute Vienne
Vosges
Yonne
Territoire de Belfort
Essonne
Hauts de Seine
Seine Saint Denis
Val de Marne
Val d'Oise
Martinique
Guyana
La Reunion
Guadeloupe
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Beauvais
Alencon
Arras
Clermont-Ferrand
Pau
Tarbes
Perpignan
Strasbourg
Colmar
Lyon
Vesoul
Macon
Le Mans
Chambery
Annecy
Paris (MOI)
Rouen
Melun
Versailles
Niort
Amiens
Albi
Montauban
Draguignan
Avignon
La Roche-sur-Yon
Poitiers
Limoges
Epinal
Auxerre
Belfort
Evry
Nanterre
Bobogny
Creteil
Pontoise
Fort de France
Cayenne
Saint-Denis
Basse-Terre
ARPC
LYRH
EPVO
AUYO
CRVM
-------------------------# MFA and embassy stations
o Notes on operation:
* Language: French
* MFA Paris with constant carrier between bursts when using ARQ6-90.
* Idling on RQs or ALPHAs on FEC/A
* Page numbering "Page 3 RFGW #1920"
* Plain language and/or five letter groups in pages of 200 groups
and preceded by a variety of call-up tapes with callsigns
* A circuit indicator follows the starting RYRYRY
* Offline encrypted using five letter groups.
* Reference "a plus/ARQ41000/end"
* Reported using different FEC/A interleave on 18394.5
* "je qap la 134 aug de 19" and "je qap la1 dim de 10" messages
are used frequently during the call-up phase. I still haven't found
out what it means.
* Most exchanges completed with opchat in FF ending "bonne journee" or
"bye bye" with use of bell at end "@@@ @@@" for example.
o Transmission modes used:
ITA2
75bd
ITA2
100bd
ARQ/E
48bd
ARQ/E
72bd
ARQ/E
100bd
ARQ/E3
100bd
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ARQ/6-90
FEC/A
FEC/A
CW
200bd E / 400
144bd N / 400
192Bd E / 400
o Frequencies:
5118
5123.5
9063
9075
9386
9393
10470.2 10711
10870
11026
11047
11049
11106
11120
13538
13540
13555.5 13559
13986.7 14400
14486
14508
14540
14542
14556
14558
14690
14820
15668
15675
15863
15868
15918
15989
16213
16220
16252
16254.5
16305
16336.5
17384
17406
18033.5 18045
18087
18172
18394.5 18428
18752
18757
18923.9 18956
19630
19632
19670
19674
20095.2 20092
20322
20325
20556
20556.5
20975
20987
22960
23108
23854
24310
5153
9085
9811.3
10718
11033
11052
11173.5
13541
13563
14407
14518
14544
14575
14883.6
15686
15873
16024
16230
16257
16383.5
17454.5
18048.9
18203
18518
18760
19092
19635
19685
20132
20417
20612
21768
23192
24370
ACF90
5402.5
9086
9983.7
10727
11035
11055
11483
13545
13866
14436
14528
14545
14576
14886
15708
15898
16042
16232.3
16260
16524
17467.8
18059
18218
18527
18883
19406
19640.1
19761
20153
20427
20646
21855
23207
25401
7634
9220
10116.6
10732
11037
11056
11572.5
13546
13908
14441
14530
14552
14598.2
14887
15713.8
15901
16076
16236
16261.7
16589
17490
18067
18304.5
18578
18905
19607
19646
19826
20157
20428
20800
21861
23322.1
25422
8010.7
9259
10158
10750
11042
11058
11733.5
13548
13951.5
14462
14533
14549
14661
14975
15761
15902
16078
16240
16274
16841
17512
18078
18308.5
18722
18906
19618
19650
19856
20177
20439
20815
21880
23333
o Reported callsigns and selcals:
Embassy
Internal c/s
Nmemonic
ITU
----------------------------------------------Abidjan?
Z8M
Abu Dhabi
Addis Ababa
D7A
Algiers
H6L
Amman
AMAN [AMNX]
Ankara
Antannanarivo
TNNR [TNNX]
Athens
Bamako
L9X
Bangkok
G7M
Bangui
B1T
BGUI [BGIX]
Beijing
TJN
Beirut
P8C
Belgrade
G8T
Brasilia
S5F
Brussels
ONN27
Brazzaville
BRZV
Bucharest
A9C
Budapest
D2Z D6Z
Buenos Aires
L9C
Cairo
O9B
LCRE [LRCX]
Conakry
CNRY
Dakar
DKAR [DKRX]
Pagina 18
8153.5
9286
10166.8
10764
11043
11072.5
13460
13550
13953
14468
14535
14550
14676
15597
15801.7
15912.2
16159
16242
16283
17042
17910
18080
18363
18730
18912
19623
19655
19932
20228
20518
20830.2
22854
23685
9056
9380
10425
10792.5
11045
11085
13536
13551
13956.5
14485
14537
14554
14685
15598
15853
15914
16207
16245
16289
17111
17933
18084
18391
18742
18916
19628
19667
20032
20307.9
20550
20910
21964
23834
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Damascus
D4B
Djibouti
DJBT [DBJX]
Islamabad
W3S
ILMD [ILMX]
Jeddah
O6F
Kinshasa
KHSA
Kuwait
KWIT
Lagos
LGOS [LGSX]
Ljubljana
Madrid
AND3
Moscow
U3H
Naimey
NMEY
Ndjamena
NDJA [NDJX]
Nicosia
NCSE [NCSX]
Nouakchott
Z4D
MFA Paris
P6Z, RFGW
DIPL
Prague
F9S
Rabat
J5W
RBAT
Riyadh
O6P
RYAD [RHDX]
Rome
San'a
N2G
Sofia
L4N
Tel Aviv
W5E
Tirana
Tripoli
TRPL
Tunis
K4X
Valetta
Warsaw
H7K
SRZ944
SRZ944
Yaounde
YNDE
Zagreb
UNID
Y9L
UNID
C3P (Far East?)
UNID
3GF1
[...X] represents circuit identifier used on transmissions
o Dictionary:
ambafrance
milfrance
French Embassy
French Military Attache (usually within embassy)
o Sample message formats:
Example #1 - Encrypted message
-----------------------------zczcrex070
nr 1067
oo d2z p8c srz944 a9c o6p h6l k4x z4d g8t a9c u3h
de rfgw #1067 1441411
znr uuuuu
o 241314z mai 94
bt
(message number)
(Immediate to)
(Fm MFA Paris/RFGW)
(Unclassified)
(Immediate - DTG)
(break)
(Note groups 1 and 2 sent three times. Groups 7, 8 and 9 are identical)
and equal to last group of the message)
bbbb
ctnpn gjxyz ctnpn
uzaht jtnfe vzozl
<clip clip clip>
page 4 rfgw #1067
webfr cxxcj ltfhd
<clip clip clip>
cupkj gaqbh gmhgm
tewud ofrhs ceavt
bt
gr 606
#1067
nnnn
gjxyz ctnpn gjxyz klczc klczc klczc ikimy
redhs qwpju nqhfo ssbey nsozv hndql lixlq
qrgcb mpxzb itjbs emgkg vjdaz uaskq zeixg
sgsvw qeztu bmbvg zgugp ibjrx xlyon ocvfd
oggrs bhsvn klczc
(break)
(number of groups)
(message nr)
(end of message)
Example No 2/5 - Showing typical call-up MFA to embassy vv
Pagina 19
WUN-v03
---------------------------------------------------------w3s w3s w3s w3s
(calling Islamabad)
de p6z p6z p6z
(from MFA Paris)
bjr vx
(bonjour vieux)
je qap la1 dim de 10
je qap la 1 dim de 10
ici qtc 2
int qtc
w3sokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokok
a toi le manche
bjr vx
------P6Z P6Z P6Z P6Z P6Z DE O6P O6P O6P O6P O6P
VOYEZ LE DROMADAIRE GEANT QUE J'EXAMINE PRES
DU GRAND OASIS
RY's x 1 line
------P6Z P6Z P6Z P6Z P6Z
DE
O6P O6P O6P O6P O6P
PORTEZ CE VIEUX WHISKY AU JUGE BLOND QUI FUME
RY's x 1 line
RR RFGW 0010735
ZNR UUUUU
P 020730Z JAN 95
FM REPARM FRANCE RIYAD
TO DELEGARM DERELINT PARIS
BT
NON PROTEGE
(plain language message)
-------P6Z P6Z P6Z DE G7M G7M G7M
TEST DE CONTROLE AFIN D'AMELIORER VOTRE RECEPTION
RY's X 1 LINE
NNNN
INT ZBZ K
RR RFGW
DE G7M 00002 1320700
P 120645Z MAI 95
BT
BBBB
( 200 x 5 letter groups)
PAGE 2 G7M 0002
(183 x 5 letter groups)
BT
GR 383
0002
NNNN
-------RYRYRY ILMX 607
RR CC
SV DIPL
TT
DE ILMD 73 73 477 477
(5 letter groups)
NNNN
o Dessert: the news about Bulgary comes from Stan Scalsky. This is what he
writes: ''On 12/9, 13.20 UTC on 12225.3 I monitored a 363.78/375 signal.
Code30 shows the signal has an ACF=25 but cannot ID the signal. After it
stopped it switched into 75/469 baudot. The operator exchange went:
RYRYRY...
om agn not good pse zal 2
bk
bw
(line repeated 24x)
Pagina 20
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pse zar om zaltlev?
zok
RYRYRY...
then back into the 363.78bd signal. This signal continued for a time then
stopped again and immediately into baudot with:
RYRYRY...
cwb cwb cwb RYRYRYR...
cwb cwb cwb RYRYRYR...
then off. Now CWB is classically the Bulgarian Embassy in London. I have
not found any other loggings of a 363.78bd signal but it does seem as if
the Bulgarians are testing/using a lot of interesting equipment.''
Very interesting, Stan. Has anyone else logged such activity? Let me know
if you have, ok?
Digital round-up
---------------o Mike Chace copied another interesting station. Possibly the French army.
Normal PacTOR and 50bd/170 RTTY on 5423.7kHz using callsigns "200" and
"100" with messages in French as was the opchat in USB. Test tape was:
ry ry ry ry ry de 200 200 200 bande de reglage
ry ry ry ry ry de 200 200 200 bande de reglage
o USCG Communications Station New Orleans LA (NMG), fax skeds.
<source USCG via Marius Rensen and Bob Margolis>
The following products and transmission times became effective 10-12-96
TRANSMISSION TIMES (UTC) PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The following products and transmission times became effective 10-12-96
TRANSMISSION TIMES (UTC) PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
0000
###REQUEST FOR COMMENTS###
0020
12/06 UTC GULF WIND-WAVE-SURFACE FORECAST
0045
1800 UTC U.S. SURFACE ANALYSIS
0100
1800 UTC GULF SURFACE ANALYSIS
0115
1800 UTC TROPICAL SURFACE ANALYSIS
0145
2345 UTC GOES-8 IR TROPICAL SATELLITE IMAGE
0200
2200 UTC HIGH SEAS FORECAST (TEXT)
0600
###RADIOFAX PRODUCT SCHEDULE####
0620
REBROADCAST 0020 UTC
0645
0000 UTC U.S. SURFACE ANALYSIS
0700
0000 UTC GULF SURFACE ANALYSIS
0715
0000 UTC TROPICAL SURFACE ANALYSIS
0745
0545 UTC GOES-8 IR TROPICAL SATELLITE IMAGE
0800
0400 UTC HIGH SEAS FORECAST (TEXT)
1200
####PRODUCT NOTICE BULLETIN###
1220
00/18 UTC GULF WIND-WAVE-SURFACE FORECAST
1245
0600 UTC U.S. SURFACE ANALYSIS
1300
0600 UTC GULF SURFACE ANALYSIS
1315
0600 UTC TROPICAL SURFACE ANALYSIS
1345
1145 UTC GOES-8 IR TROPICAL SATELLITE IMAGE
1400
1000 UTC HIGH SEAS FORECAST (TEXT)
1800
###RADIOFAX PRODUCT SCHEDULE####
1820
REBROADCAST 1220 UTC
1845
1200 UTC U.S. SURFACE ANALYSIS
1900
1200 UTC GULF SURFACE ANALYSIS
1915
1200 UTC TROPICAL SURFACE ANALYSIS
1945
1745 UTC GOES-8 IR TROPICAL SATELLITE IMAGE
2000
1600 UTC HIGH SEAS FORECAST (TEXT)
Broadcast frequencies are 4317.9 kHz, 8503.9 kHz and 12789.9 kHz
simultaneously. Broadcast on 12789.9 kHz has been discontinued.
(Marius thinks that they mean 17148.3 kHz) !!
o MTI Budapest. Another one bites the dust :-(((
Pagina 21
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Hermann Joos copied this unfortunate transmission from MTI on 9114 kHz.
the hungarian news agency mti wishes to inform its clients that
as of 1 january 1997 it will cancel all radio transmissions in the
following manner.
- to east asia between 06.00-06.45 gmt on 17.468 kc/s, with
the hgo-24 call sign, and
- to europe and northern africa between 10.00-12.00 gmt on
9.114 kc/s, with the hgg-31 call sign and
- to europe and northern africa between 16.50-18.30 gmt on
9.114 kc/s, with hgg-31 call sign.
for information regarding access to news items carried by the
hungarian news agency mti, please contact the technical
directorate.
phone (36-1) 118-1980, fax (36-1) 117-7888.
best regards
technical directorate
hungariansnews agency mti
o Moscow Meteo. Klaus Betke ([email protected]) reports that
Moscow Meteo returned to 15950 kHz with fax messages at 10.38 UTC
o The Czech station that I reported last month (c/s TLXD etc.), left
2512 kHz and is now on 2244 kHz with the same 5 callsigns.
*** THE END ***
================================================================
T H E W U N M I L I T A R Y C O L U M N
Editor: Paul Jones
14, Waterson Croft, Chelmsley Wood,
Birmingham B37 6TU, England
Email:[email protected]
IRC:#WUN #Monitor - Paul_J
Paul Jones apparently continues to have computer problems, but he are a
few filler items:
Fabrizio Magrone in Italy reported over WUN that IFOR, the International
Forces in the former Yugoslavia, two days ago changed name to SFOR
("Stabilization Force"). This will introduce some changes in radio traffic
and, maybe, in callsigns, Fabrizio reports.
Navy MARS calls
David Ross sent a list of Navy info and Navy MARS callsigns he had
found on web sites:
Carriers/Air Wings at Sea:
USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63)/CVW 11 - Arabian Gulf
Other Exercises/Operations
Operation Southern Watch, Arabian Gulf
Counter-Drug operations - Caribbean/eastern Pacific
Maritime Interception Operations, Arabian Gulf
Vigilant Sentinel, Arabian Gulf
Eager Mace, Arabian Gulf
Above info can be viewed at:
http://www.chinfo.navy.mil/navpalib/news/.www/status.html
SHIPS ACTIVE LIST 52/96
UPDATED 29 DEC 1996
1. THE FOLLOWING SHIPS ARE CURRENTLY ACTIVE IN THE MDS.
STATIONS ARE REMINDED NOT TO ACCEPT MARSGRAMS ADDRESSED
TO SHIPS NOT LISTED ACTIVE ON THE MDS.
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CALL
NNN0CNM
NNN0CNR
NNN0CPC
NNN0CRU
NNN0CSM
NNN0CUQ
NNN0CUX
NNN0CWY
NNN0NPU
NNN0NXY
NNN0NZZ
SHIPS NAME
USS CLEVELAND (LPD-7) AP
USCGC MIDGETT (WHEC-726) AP
USCGC BOUTWELL (WHEC-719) AP
USS ESSEX (LHD-2) AP
USCGC SHERMAN (WHEC-720) AP
USS FRANK CABLE (AS-40) AP
USS NASSAU (LHA-4) AA
USS CARL VINSON (CVN-70) AP
PATROL SQUADRON 46 (VP-46) AP
USCGC CHASE (WHEC-718) AP
USS KITTY HAWK (CV-63) AP
SHIPS DELETED: NONE
THE FOLLOWING IDN MAILBOXES ARE ACTIVE:
MAILBOX
ASSIGNED
DIAL
STATION SELCAL FREQUENCY MODE FREQUENCY
NNN0MDF NMDF
14935.5
A
14934.3
NNN0MDJ NMDJ
13540.0
A/P
13536.8
NMDJ
10259.5
A/P
10256.3
NNN0MDE NMDE
14760.5
A/P/E 14759.3
NMDE
11070.0
A/P/E 11066.8
NNN0MDM NMDM
13540.0
A/P/E 13538.8
NNN0MDI NMDI
14935.5
A
14932.3
NNN0MDL NMDL
14935.5
A/ /E 14932.3
NNN0FLH NFLH
14935.5
A/P
14934.3
NNN0ASL NASL
14935.5
A/P
14934.3
FOR SYSOPS ONLY
AT NMDL
AT NMDL/NMDI
AT NMDL/NMDI
AT NMDL
AT NMDJ
AT NASL
AT NMDD
AT NMDL
AT NMDL
AT NMDJ
AT NMDL
LOCATION
NAVSTA MAYPORT FL
SAN DIEGO CA
(ALT FREQ)
SAN ANTONIO TX
(ALT FREQ)
EDELMAN PA
SAN DIEGO CA
NAS WHIDBEY ISL WA
JACKSONVILLE FL
HONOLULU HI
EMAIL ADDRESSES:
NNN0MDE [email protected]
NNN0MDM [email protected]
NNN0MDL [email protected]
Status of the Navy as of December 30, 1996
Navy Personnel:
408,478 active duty
239,197 Ready Reserve
97,851 Selected Reserves
141,346 Individual Ready Reserve
217,824 civilians
Aircraft: 4,817
Ships: 352
Underway: 104 (29%)
Deployed: 96 ships (27%) - 47,682 personnel
Exercises/Operations: 3
Port Visits: 14
Attack Submarines at Sea: 21 (28%)
Carriers/Air Wings at Sea:
USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63)/CVW 11 - Arabian Gulf
USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71)/CVW 3 - Mediterranean Sea
LHAs/LHDs/LPHs/LPDs/LSDs at Sea:
USS Essex (LHD 2)/11th MEU - Exercise Eager Mace, Arabian Gulf
USS Kearsarge (LHD 3) - local operations, western Atlantic
USS Nashville (LPD 13) - operations, Adriatic Sea
USS Nassau (LHA 4)/26th MEU - port visit, Trieste, Italy
USS Pensacola (LSD 38) - operations, Adriatic Sea
Ships Assigned to Middle East Task Force:
USS Ardent (MCM 12)
Pagina 23
MODE
/EM
HF/
HF/
/EM
HF/
UNK
HF/EM
HF/
/EM
HF/
/EM
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USS
USS
USS
USS
USS
Dextrous (MCM 13)
Jarrett (FFG 33)
Stephen W. Groves (FFG 29)
Stump (DD 978)
Valley Forge (CG 50)
Ships on routine operations in the Sixth Fleet Area of Operations
USS Carr (FFG 52), Mediterranean Sea
USNS Concord (T-AFS 5), Mediterranean Sea
USS Detroit (AOE 4), Mediterranean Sea
USS Halyburton (FFG 40), enroute, Las Palmas, Spain
USS Hawes (FFG 53), Mediterranean Sea
USS Hayler (DD 997), enroute Villefranche, France
USNS Kanawha (T-AO 196), Mediterranean Sea
USS Leyte Gulf (CG 55), Mediterranean Sea
USNS Littlehales (T-AGS 52), Mediterranean Sea
USS Nicholson (DD 982), enroute La Palmas, Spain
USNS Pathfinder (T-AGS 60), Mediterranean Sea
USS Ramage (DDG 61), enroute, Marseilles, France
USS Vella Gulf (CG 72), Mediterranean Sea
Ships in port in Europe
USS Aubrey Fitch (FFG 34), in port, Portsmouth, England
USS La Salle (AGF 3), in port, Gaeta, Italy
USNS Leroy Grumman (T-AO 195), in port, Trieste, Italy
USNS McDonnell (T-AGS 51), in port, Haifa, Israel
USNS Powahatan (T-ATF 166), in port, La Spezia, Italy
USS Simon Lake (AS 33), in port La Maddelena, Sardinia
Other Exercises/Operations
Operation Southern Watch, Arabian Gulf
Counter-Drug operations - Caribbean/eastern Pacific
Maritime Interception Operations, Arabian Gulf
Vigilant Sentinel, Arabian Gulf
Eager Mace, Arabian Gulf
Thanks David!
o Updated Channel Designator List
As usual, I appreciate any updates, corrections, or additions. Please
send them as private e-mail so I'm sure that I see them and add them to the
list. ([email protected]) Thanks to all who have helped!
Rick "RD" Baker (keeper of the WUN list)
=============================/ snip /===========================
Revised Frequency Designator's (Last Revision 01/20/97)
USAF MYSTIC STAR: F287 [email protected]
F533 [email protected]
F803
5078?
F003
[email protected]
F290
[email protected]
F538
?
F807 12103?
F005
[email protected]
F291 [email protected]
F540
5404.5
F809
5700+
F007
4850
F292
9414.5
F542
[email protected]
F814
6989+
F009 17972
F295 [email protected]
F545 10580
F821
?
F020 16117
F300 [email protected]
F551 [email protected]
F823 [email protected]
F033 15962
F301
7500.5
F555 [email protected]
F832 18267
F039 10881
F302
?
F561 [email protected]
F843 MF 6 MHz
F046 13823
F310
?
F567 [email protected]
F845 6/7 MHz?
F054
[email protected]
F311 [email protected]
F569 18387
F846 13822+
F058
[email protected]
F322
?
F574 [email protected]
F853 12 MHz?
F061 23265
F326 14864
F575 10427
F864 16008
F063 14870
F337 18761
F576 [email protected] F867
[email protected]
F064 [email protected]
F350
5043
F577 10544
F868
[email protected]
F066 15036
F354 [email protected]
F579 MF 11MHz
F869 16090
F077
?
F356
7827
F595 10877
F873 [email protected]
F078 18532
F360
[email protected]
F600 [email protected]
F874 13246?
F080 15677
F363 [email protected]
F611 14863
F875
[email protected]
F084 13205.5
F365 [email protected]
F614
[email protected]
F877
[email protected]
F085 MF 6,8,11 MHz F369 20397+
F616
[email protected]
F885 13207+
F086
9461
F370 17177
F622
5817
F895
[email protected]
F089 [email protected]
F372 16123
F623 18317
F904 [email protected]
F090
6716
F380
3144+
F624 [email protected]
F906
4524
Pagina 24
F094
F098
F099
F101
F102
F103
F108
F114
F117
F124
F128
F134
F136
F146
F153
F173
F182
F184
F186
F194
F195
F197
F202
F204
F211
F213
F226
F228
F236
F243
F248
F249
F250
F251
F262
F264
F265
F266
F267
F268
F271
F277
[email protected]
14585
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
7316
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
23242
4942.5
5429.5
[email protected]
[email protected]
14420.5
[email protected]
10648
3046
13825+
20631
[email protected]
16014+
12057
[email protected]
?
[email protected]
7735+
[email protected]
18590
5398+
4731
15091
[email protected]
10717
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
18320
11153
F382 [email protected]
F395
[email protected]
F400
6728+
F404
7690
F405
6972
F406 [email protected]
F417
4992
F419 11407+
F420
7933+
F432
[email protected]
F433 20972
F435
3821
F437
[email protected]
F441 17440
F444 19267
F452
5026
F453 19063
F461 [email protected]
F463
[email protected]
F464 16157
F465
[email protected]
F466 [email protected]
F467
[email protected]
F476 4 to 6 MHz?
F481
7605
F483 18626
F486
[email protected]
F487
24483
F489
[email protected]
F496 [email protected]
F497
5411+
F498
[email protected]
F499
[email protected]
F500
[email protected]
F505
[email protected]
F516
[email protected]
F517
[email protected]
F521 11484+
F522 11232
F523
9215
F529
8077
F530 23325
WUN-v03
F626 19343
F627
7910+
F631 18755+
F633 [email protected]
F639
7469
F642 18218
F644 15821+
F646 [email protected]
F649
[email protected]
F662 [email protected]
F664 15 MHz?
F667
[email protected]
F673
3064
F677 MF 6 MHz
F690
3032
F700
4490
F701 11058?
F702
[email protected]
F703
[email protected]
F706
8057+
F707 10589
F708 23377
F709
9317
F713 16246+
F717 10883
F722 12270
F723 [email protected]
F728 11236+
F731
[email protected]
F732 [email protected]
F734
4757
F736 11494
F741
7873
F748
6756+
F749 15/16 MHz?
F752
[email protected]
F754 11627
F777
[email protected]
F778 18023+
F784
[email protected]
F785 [email protected]
F790 16323
*USAF
S301
S302
S303
S304
S305
S307
S308
S309
S310
S311
S312
S313
S314
S315
S390
S391
S392
S393
S394
S395
S396
S397
SIERRA:
3113+
[email protected]
[email protected]
4495+
5026+
7330+
8101
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
13211+
[email protected]
15041+
15962+
4725
[email protected]
9027
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
20631
23337
*USAF
W100
W101
W102
W103
W104
W105
W106
W107
W107
W108
W109
W110
W111
W112
W113
W114
W115
W116
W117
W118
W119
W120
W121
*USAF
X201
X202
X203
X204
X205
X206
X207
X208
X209
X210
X211
X212
X213
X901
X902
X903
X904
X905
X906
X907
X908
X909
WHISKEY:
[email protected]
5800+
[email protected]
6757
7475+
7831+
9023+
9809
10204
[email protected]
[email protected]
15499+
17972+
18397
18623+
19665
20124+
20167+
20407+
23872
24828
24978
26532
X-RAY:
3078
3074
3064
3060
3057
3048
?
3134+
[email protected]
[email protected]
15038+
15048
[email protected]
3144+
5710+
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
15094
17992
23265
Pagina 25
F909
[email protected]
F910 19671
F912
7330
F917 [email protected]
F918 13482
F919 [email protected]
F920
7927?
F924 16317
F933
?
F935 9 MHz?
F937
?
F940 11445
F943 [email protected]
F948 [email protected]
F952
Night
F957
[email protected]
F965 [email protected]
F974 [email protected]
F975 MF 11 M.Night
F980 15724
F982 9 or 13 MHz?
F987 [email protected]
F988
4763
F997 15667
*USAF
P380
P381
P382
P383
P384
PAPA:
5684
[email protected]
11408
15044+
18046
USN STRATCOM WING 1
CA
[email protected]
CB
[email protected]
CC
?
CD
?
ck 11267 &
13240
USAF ZULU:
Z100
[email protected]
Z105
3116?
Z110
3134
Z115
[email protected]
Z120
[email protected]
Z124
?
Z125
[email protected]
Z130
[email protected]
Z135
[email protected]
Z140
[email protected]
Z145
[email protected]
Z150
[email protected]
Z155
[email protected]
Z160
[email protected]
Z165
[email protected]
Z170
[email protected]
Z174
?
Z175
[email protected]
Z180
[email protected]
Z185
[email protected]
Z190 [email protected]
Z195
?
Z200 [email protected]
WUN-v03
W122
26859
Z205
Z210
Z211
Z215
Z220
Z225
Z230
Z235
Z240
Z250
Z270
Z300
Z315
Z3330
* To-date, PAPA, SIERRA, WHISKEY, X-RAY
designator's have been inactive since
6/96.
**NOTES:
+Confirmed
@Confirmed
#Confirmed
MF = Moved
*USCG
3A3
3A4
3A8
3A9
3E4
3E5
3E6
3E7
3E9
3E10
3E11
3E12
3E13
3E14
3E19
3E20
3E21
3E24
3E25
*USAF
FOX 1
FOX 2
FOX 4
FOX 8
FOX 9
9018?
*RAF
A
AB
AC
AD
AE
AF
AG
AH
AK
AP
AQ
AW
AZ
B
BA
BE
BF
BJ
1995
1996
1997
From (freq in Mhz)
"SECURE"
5422.5
4448
7773.5
7421
6234.5
10608.1?
5272
?
?
7626
7783
7845
7884
7909
10675
10759
10788
11157.5
13413
AFSOC
13207
5732
9017
23271
18027
?
Designator's
11205.0
05693.0
08156.0
09010.0
03939.0
09022.0
04745.0
03930.0
03038.0
11181.0
02396.0
04042.0
23281.0
06739.0
17970.0
18018.0
03083.0
17988.0
*IFOR BOSNIA
I2
6723+
I3
I4
I5
I6
I7
I8
6721.5+
I9
2839.5+
?
2841.5+
PUSH 85 3178
PUSH 82 4450
4578
4789
4923
5084
5103.5
PUSH 103 5110
PUSH 157 5312
PUSH 153
PUSH
PUSH
PUSH
PUSH
PUSH
89
150
154
151
155
HZ
I
IN
IP
J
KA
KD
KH
KJ
KP
KR
KT
KW
KX
L
LA
LB
LC
5712
5788
6717
6865
6932.5
8046
8083
9118.5
11161
11173
13248.0
13236.0
17982.0
27000.0
08980.0
03380.0
03867.0
12057.0
04718.0
02641.0
04484.0
05420.0
02261.0
02577.0
05447.0
03036.0
03092.0
06701.0
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
?
?
?
18027#
?
23072#
?
*U.S. ARMY TRANS CORPS
=====================
CH.1
4146
CH.2
6224
CH.3
[email protected]
CH.4
[email protected]
CH.5
[email protected]
CH.6 12353
CH.7 12359
CH.8 [email protected]
*French Air Force 'Circus' Net
Marjolaine 2
6712
Racontar 1
8972
Vinaigrette 3 8993
Raphael
13236
Citadelle 1
18010
Citadelle 3
?
Verite 3
23254
5462
Reconfort 3
15MHZ?
143.8 AM Canasta in
VHF, relayed all over France
(thanks to Jacques Pagnoux)
ZF
ZZ
03763.0
05714.0
*NATO-AWACS
Ch.AA
6700.0
Ch.??
5691.0
Ch.AB
11228.0
Ch.XC
6754.0
Ch.AC
8971.0
Ch.KD
Ch.KF
Ch.NB
Ch.NC
Ch.ND
Ch.NE
Pagina 26
6760.0
6695.0
3081.0
3225.0
?
4542.0
BK
BL
BS
BT
BX
CA
CM
CO
CY
CZ
D
DA
DB
DH
DM
DQ
DS
DT
DW
E
EF
EH
EI
EK
EM
EN
EP
EX
EZ
F
FA
FS
FT
FV
FW
G
GA
GD
GT
H
HE
HJ
HK
HM
HO
HW
HX
03945.0
11268.0
18000.0
02350.0
08989.0
06736.0
18009.0
23245.0
03119.0
29800.0
04706.0
05436.0
15091.0
15013.0
08998.0
17995.0
04739.0
18024.0
09031.0
03924.0
05720.0
11259.0
23270.0
11235.0
15025.0
15076.0
15040.0
11184.0
11253.0
13257.0
03101.0
04742.0
13218.0
15064.0
03131.0
03915.0
15061.0
02274.0
26385.0
15031.0
03942.0
08983.0
09034.0
06748.0
13206.0
11247.0
23257.0
LD
LE
MB
MC
MD
ME
MS
NJ
PA
PE
PF
PG
PH
PK
PO
PR
PZ
QB
QR
QV
RA
RD
RE
RM
RZ
SA
SE
ST
TG
TO
TQ
TS
TW
UA
UB
UR
UT
VE
W
WG
WM
X
XA
YC
YF
YM
YZ
15046.0
15072.0
02266.0
05270.0
18850.0
14460.0
03218.0
05705.0
03302.0
06760.0
10634.0
11208.0
08971.0
05095.0
06715.0
03864.0
14724.0
03512.0
08972.0
03095.0
08190.0
06691.0
05178.0
03110.0
09459.0
02762.0
14812.0
02591.0
06724.0
03391.0
03345.0
05684.0
04709.0
04724.0
10919.0
17979.0
04540.0
11217.0
05747.0
03125.0
03026.0
03224.0
05403.0
11241.0
23250.0
13211.0
20030.0
WUN-v03
Ch.NF
Ch.NG
Ch.NH
Ch.NI
Ch.NJ
Ch.NK
Ch.NL
Ch.NM
4720.0
?
4758.0
6762.5
8986.5
11270.5
15050.0
17996.5
Ch.XD
8980.0
Ch.??
10315.0
X-net is replacing N-net altough the
N-freqs are still sometimes used.
(Thanks to Gerbrand Diebels/SC-MAC
for these last two sections)
*U.S.
CH-1
CH-2
CH-3
CH-4
CH-5
CH-6
CH-7
CH-8
CH-9
CH-10
CH-11
CH-12
CH-13
CH-14
CH-15
Army Corps of Engineers
3345
5015
5327.5
5400
5437.5
6020
6785
9122.5 PRI
11693.5
12070
SEC
12122
16077
16326
TER
16358
20659
*Canadian Forces
A6A
[email protected]
A6G
[email protected]
o United Kingdom Maritime Coastal Communications System (UKMACCS)
(also known as 'Coastal Control')
Controlled from Whitehall ('GYA') with standby location at Forest Moor
('GXQ').
Transmitters:- Milltown and St. Eval
Receivers:- Kinloss and Penhale Sands
Initial calling frequencies:
Coastal ship
Alpha
1.780
Bravo
2.702
Charlie
3.710
Delta
4.420
Operating
1.875
2.754
3.158
4.502
schedule
20.00z - 06.00z
20.00z - 06.00z
06.00z - 20.00z
Pagina 27
Echo
Foxtrot
Golf
6.509
8.716?
13.1349
6.221
8.2353
12.3641
WUN-v03
16.00z - 20.00z
06.00z - 16.00z
The 'Foxtrot' coastal frequency was 8.759 MHz, and the 'Echo' ship frequency
was 6.203 MHz. Two channels are always being monitored - calling tones (once
every 5 seconds) are transmitted on the appropriate frequencies when they are
free for use. When the service is unavailable, the tones do not sound.
Working frequencies: (frequencies are not strictly paired)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
Coastal
1.606
1.675
1.695
1.701
1.713
1.890
1.940
2.216
2.441
2.598
2.637
2.7665
2.817
3.3265
3.562
3.626
3.637
3.683
3.743
3.755
4.3085
4.4039
4.4575
4.510
4.530
4.565
4.635
5.080
5.426
5.8185
5.870
5.878
6.3568
6.5126
8.185
8.4494
8.4535
8.6155
8.7437
8.753
8.7902
12.232
12.734
12.781
12.963
13.141
13.159
13.165
ship
1.615
1.687
1.757
1.930
1.875
1.955
1.981
2.085
2.093
2.115
2.1975
2.203
2.290
2.537
3.1705
3.226
3.278
3.315
3.327
3.505
3.597
4.113
4.3445
4.1126
4.515
4.519
4.589
5.1135
5.295
6.2062
6.228
6.237
6.328
6.4618
8.176
8.2198
8.2291
8.2663
8.2991
8.3123
8.316
12.370
12.389
12.395
12.425
12.442
12.458
12.476
Old 13 MHz pairings were 13.159.7/12.388.9, 13.165.9/12.395.1,
13.141.1/12.370.3, 12.232/13.425.
Ships call-signs are in the ranges 'GA' - 'GZ' and 'KA' - 'KZ', but do
regularly use their ships name.
(UKMACCS info compliments of Graham Tanner)
Pagina 28
WUN-v03
o U.S. Coast Guard Aviation List
This list has just undergone a major revision, thanks to several
hours of research. If anyone has any recent logs, feel free to send this
information to Dave Wright or myself at the addresses given at the bottom of
the list
Worldwide UTE News Club (WUN) Info File
Inventory of U.S. Coast Guard Aircraft & Homeplates
(Revised 01-10-97, Copyright 1997 WUN
NO.
---??
II
0393
1013
1500
1501
1502
1503
1504
1521
1600
1601
1602
1603
1700
1701
1702
1703
1704
1705
1706
1707
1708
1709
1710
1711
1712
1713
1714
1715
1716
1717
1718
1719
1720
1721
1722
1790
2025
2101
2102
2103
2104
2105
2106
2107
2108
2109
2110
2111
2112
2113
2114
2115
2116
MODEL
----C-20B
HOMEPLATE
------------------------CGAS Washington D.C.
LAST HEARD
----------
212-300
????
HC-130H
HC-130H
HC-130H
HC-130H
HC-130H
????
HC-130H
HC-130B
HC-130B
HC-130B
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HC130H7
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-B
HU-25-C
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-B
CGAS Clearwater/Status?
Unknown, West Coast
08-07-96
CGAS Elizabeth City
01-09-97
CGAS Elizabeth City
12-30-96
CGAS Elizabeth City
03-08-96
CGAS Elizabeth City
01-06-97
CGAS Elizabeth City
12-27-96
Unknown
12-24-96
Unknown
CGAS Sacramento
12-24-96
CGAS Barbers Point
01-04-97
CGAS Sacramento
12-31-96
Unknown
Unknown, West Coast
12-23-96
CGAS Barbers Point
01-06-97
CGAS Sacramento
01-10-97
CGAS Barbers Point
10-20-96
CGAS Barbers Point
12-25-96
Unknown
CGAS Kodiak
07-07-96
CGAS Kodiak
12-28-96
CGAS Kodiak
01-06-97
CGAS Clearwater
12-10-96
CGAS Clearwater
11-16-96
CGAS Clearwater
01-02-97
CGAS Clearwater
09-24-96
CGAS Barbers Point
08-16-96
CGAS Elizabeth City
11-16-96
CGAS Clearwater
12-26-96
CGAS Clearwater
12-18-96
CGAS Clearwater
07-30-96
CGAS Clearwater
11-16-96
CGAS Clearwater
12-08-96
East Coast
CGAS Barbers Point
07-30-96
CGAS Kodiak
12-10-96
Unknown
CGAS Corpus Christi
12-02-96
Unknown
CGAS Cape Cod
08-20-96
CGAS Miami
01-07-97
Unknown
Unknown
CGAS Cape Cod
01-07-97
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
CGAS Miami
01-06-97
Unknown
Unknown
CGAS Miami
01-06-97
Unknown
Pagina 29
REMARKS
--------------Commandant's Gulfstream
CASA 212-300
Unknown
AN/APS-137 radar
HC-130H?
Former EC-130V
Guardian Interceptor
2117
2118
2119
2120
2121
2122
2123
2124
2125
2126
2127
2128
2129
2130
2131
2132
2133
2134
2135
2136
2137
2138
2139
2140
2141
2168
6001
6002
6003
6004
6005
6006
6007
6008
6009
6010
6011
6012
6013
6014
6015
6016
6017
6018
6019
6020
6021
6022
6023
6024
6025
6026
6027
6028
6029
6030
6031
6032
6033
6034
6035
6036
6037
6038
6039
6040
6041
6042
HU-25-A
HU-25-B
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-B
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-C
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
HU-25-C
HU-25-A
HU-25-A
????
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
HH-60J
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Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
ATC Mobile
10-04-96
CGAS San Diego
05-25-96
CGAS Miami
07-11-96
Unknown
ATC Mobile
12-10-96
CGAS Corpus Christi
12-24-96
CGAS Cape Cod
01-07-97
Unknown
Unknown
CGAS Miami
01-06-97
Unknown
CGAS Miami
01-07-97
ATC Mobile
11-15-96
CGAS Miami
01-07-97
Unknown
CGAS Miami
01-07-97
CGAS Cape Cod
10-11-96
Unknown
Unknown
CGAS Miami
06-11-96
Unknown, E. Coast
12-17-96
CGAS Miami
12-09-96
Unknown, E. Coast
CGAS Elizabeth City
01-02-97
CGAS Elizabeth City
01-04-97
Unknown
12-09-96
Unknown, E. Coast
12-26-96
CGAS San Diego?
05-25-96
ATC Mobile
12-13-96
CGAS Cape Cod
12-18-96
CGAS San Diego?
05-08-96
CGAS Elizabeth City
12-09-96
CGAS Clearwater
11-02-96
Unknown, W. Coast
10-09-96
CGAS Clearwater
10-08-96
Unknown, E. Coast
08-12-96
CGAS Cape Cod
01-07-97
CGAS San Diego?
12-18-96
CGAS Cape Cod
12-09-96
CGAS Cape Cod
07-23-96
CGAS Cape Cod
12-26-96
CGAS Cape Cod
01-07-97
CGAS Kodiak
12-27-96
Unknown, E. Coast
12-24-96
CGAS Kodiak/CGAS Sitka?
01-06-97
ATC Mobile
11-19-96
CGAS Sitka
01-06-97
CGAS Kodiak
06-22-96
CGAS Kodiak
01-06-97
CGAS Kodiak
06-27-96
CGAS Elizabeth City
01-07-97
Unknown, E.Coast
12-24-96
CGAS Clearwater
12-06-96
CGAS Clearwater
12-02-96
CGAS Elizabeth City
12-04-96
CGAS Clearwater
01-06-97
CGAS Elizabeth City
01-09-97
CGAS Clearwater
12-31-96
Unknown
10-20-96
Unknown, E. Coast
09-02-96
CGAS Clearwater
12-24-96
Unknown, W. Coast
01-04-97
Unknown, East Coast
11-19-96
CGAS Kodiak
01-10-97
CGAS San Diego
01-04-97
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Guardian Interceptor
Guardian Interceptor
Guardian?
6065
6071
6500
6501
6502
6503
6504
6505
6506
6507
6508
6510
6511
6512
6513
6514
6515
6516
6517
6518
6519
6520
6521
6522
6523
6524
6525
6526
6527
6528
6529
6530
6531
6532
6533
6534
6535
6536
6537
6538
6539
6540
6541
6542
6543
6544
6545
6546
6547
6548
6549
6550
6551
6552
6553
6554
6555
6556
6557
6558
6559
6560
6561
6562
6563
6564
6565
6566
????
????
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
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Unknown
Unknown
Unknown, E. Coast
12-17-96
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown, W. Coast
01-03-97
Unknown
Unknown, E. Coast
07-11-96
CGAS Detroit
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown W. Coast
10-01-96
Unknown
Unknown E. Coast
12-01-96
Unknown W. Coast
08-25-96
CGAS Humboldt Bay
12-26-96
Unknown E. Coast
12-18-96
Unknown
CGAS Miami
06-09-96
CGAS Kodiak
01-06-97
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown, W. Coast
05-26-96
Unknown
CGAS Kodiak/CGAS Sitka
01-06-97
CGAS Corpus Christi
01-04-97
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
CGAS Detroit
Unknown
CGAS Humboldt Bay
01-04-97
Unknown, W. Coast
01-04-97
Unknown
Unknown
CGAS Barbers Point
10-19-96
Unknown
CGAS Savannah
11-17-96
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
CGAS Humboldt Bay
11-23-96
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
CGAS New Orleans
01-03-97
CGAS Miami
04-28-96
ATC Mobile
04-20-96
Unknown
CGAS Miami
04-23-96
Unknown
Unknown
CGAS Humboldt Bay
11-23-96
Unknown
Unknown
CGAS Detroit
Unknown
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HH-60J?
HH-60J?
Confirmed 8/96
Confirmed 8/96
Confirmed 8/96
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6568
6569
6570
6571
6572
6573
6574
6575
6576
6577
6578
6579
6580
6581
6582
6583
6584
6585
6586
6587
6588
6589
6590
6591
6592
6593
6594
6595
6596
6597
6598
6599
????
????
????
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
HH-65A
RU-38A
RU-38A
RU-38A
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unid E. Coast
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
CGAS Cape May
Unknown, E. Coast
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
CGAS Miami (assumed)
GCAS Miami (assumed)
CGAS Miami (assumed)
12-03-96
05-30-96
09-02-96
New aircraft
New aircraft
New aircraft
--------------------RECENT NEWS-------------------As anyone who follows this list can readily see, it has undergone some
major revisions. These changes are the result of many hours of research; and
reflect, to the best of our ability, the current status of USCG Air Assets.
Some of the sources used for this update include the USCG Home Page on the
WWW, Jane's All-the-World's Aircraft 1996-97 Edition, January/February 1997
edition of Air Combat magazine, as well as many different sites on the WWW.
The following is a listing of the major changes to this list:
1) All CGAS Addresses were checked, with several Air Stations added. All
CGAS's are now included, except the CG Air Facilities at Charleston S.C.,
Newport, OR, and Washington D.C.
2) The Aircraft Information section was expanded to include all known USCG
aircraft flying today. Significant additions include the HC-130 and the
RU-38A. However, minor changes were made to all aircraft listings.
3) All Homeplates were checked against available information from the various
references used. Again, these reflect the current situation to the best of
our ability. Any aircraft unheard since Apr 1996 is now listed with an
"Unknown" homeplate due to the lack of confirmation.
4) Out-of-service aircraft, such as USCG 01 and the RG-8As have been deleted.
Aircraft with questionable status/idents have been noted in the remarks
section.
---According to the January/February 1997 edition of Air Combat magazine,
the USCG is in the process of retiring all of the HU-25As from active
service. Of the 41 HU-25As built, six were converted to the "B" version, and
eight were converted to the "C" configuration. Therefore, we can expect to
see the number of active HU-25's to continue to shrink, eventually leaving 14
in service for the time being. Note that the list only lists 4 "B"'s and 3
"C"'s, so undoubtedly, some of the "A"'s listed are actually one of the
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later variants. All told, 21 HU-25's have been noted active since April 1996.
---Again, according to the January/February 1997 edition of Air Combat
magazine, CGAS Borinquen no longer operates fixed wing aircraft. The
article stated that the two HC-130's formerly based here were divided between
CGAS Clearwater and CGAS Elizabeth City. According to the USCG website, CGAS
Borinquen operated HU-25As, but this is probably no longer the case.
According to the article, the only air assets now assigned to CGAS Borinquen
are four HH-65A helicopters. While this cannot be confirmed, it does fit in
with what has been noted recently and is taken into account on the list.
---For anyone interested in USCG aviation, I highly recommend the Air
Combat article mentioned above. It provides a decent history/overview of USCG
aviation as well as an outstanding look at CGAS Elizabeth City.
---As always, we are looking for information on the location of the USCG
aircraft. Anyone who can confirm the locations of these aircraft, or provide
locations for any of the "unknown" are invited to E-mail the authors
(address at the top & bottom) and we'll be sure to include your
information...and to provide credit where credit is due. We are especially
weak in the HH-65 listings and could use any information available to fill
this section out more fully. Feel free to send any VHF/UHF logs with USCG
aircraft to either of the authors, but please do not post to the list.
--------------------AIRCRAFT INFORMATION-------------------Information on aircraft is based upon info provided on the USCG website, as
well as information available from various open sources. AirSta assignments
is based on available USCG info, with exact numbers provided where known.
Where conflict arises between sources, the individual AirSta website (if
available) is used as the basis for the information.
LOCKHEED HC-130H "HERCULES"
The HC-130 Hercules is a long-range surveillance and transport,
fixed-wing aircraft that effectively serves Coast Guard for search and
rescue; enforcement of laws and treaties; (including illegal drug
interdiction); marine environmental protection; and International Ice Patrol
over the North Atlantic; as well as cargo and personnel transport
and military readiness.
HC-130s can exceed 2600 nautical miles in low-altitude flight with a
mission endurance of up to 14 hours. Inertial Navigation Systems, Omega,
Loran-C, Global Positioning System (GPS), and radar are guidance aids which
enhance the HC-130's effectiveness during long-range maritime patrols. They
are also equipped with scanner windows and a ten-tube flare launch system.
In 1991, one USCG HC-130H7 (1721) was converted into a EC-130V airsurveillance version equipped with an E-2C's AN/APS-145 radar. Due to budget
constraints, this aircraft was removed from service and was transferred to
the USAF in 1993. In 1994, one USCG HC-130H (1502) received a S-3's
AN/APS-137 Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar. This radar allows "near
photographic quality" radar images from distances in excess of 50 miles. The
January/February 1997 edition of Air Combat magazine implies that this radar
is also carried on other HC-130Hs at CGAS Elizabeth City. In addition, this
article states that the HC-130Hs based at CGAS Elizabeth City are
equipped with a SLAR radar for use during the International Ice Patrol
missions in the North Atlantic. This radar can be seen in one picture in the
article on a/c 1503, and it is unknown whether it is a permanent
installation, or is "portable" and useable by different aircraft, as needed.
In other pictures of a/c 1501 and 1711, the radar is not present.
The workhorse of the Coast Guard, the four-engine turboprop Hercules
is manufactured by Lockheed-Martin Company in Marietta, Georgia.
SPECS:
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 155,000 lbs. Max Fuel Capacity: 62530 lbs
Empty Weight:
76,500 lbs. Operating Range: 2238 nm (with reserves)
Overall Length:
113 ft. Maximum Speed: 315 knots
Wing span:
133 ft. Endurance: apx 14 hours
Maximum height:
38 ft. Crew: 5
Power Plant: Four Allison T56-A-15 turboprops, each w/4500 shp. 4 blade
props.
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HC-130H Air Stations: Barber's Point(4), Clearwater, Elizabeth City(5),
Kodiak (6), Sacramento
FALCON JET HU-25A "GUARDIAN"
Forty-one HU-25A, medium range surveillance fan jets replaced the
HU-16E Albatross and the C-131A Samaritan prop driven aircraft, in the Coast
Guard aviation fleet. The Guardian's modern technology and design enhances
it's performance as the services first multi-mission jet. It is twice as fast
as previous Coast Guard fixed wing aircraft and can get to the scene quickly
to perform its role.
The HU-25A can operate from sea level to an altitude of 42,000 feet at
dash speed, an important capability for the Coast Guard missions of search
and rescue, enforcement of laws and Treaties, including illegal drug
interdiction, marine environmental protection and military readiness.
Two additional variants of the HU-25 GUARDIAN are in service with the
USCG. The HU-25B variant is designed to locate sea polution and to identify
the parties responsible. It is equipped with a Motorola AN/APS-131 SLAR pod
on the forward/starboard side. The HU-25C "GUARDIAN INTERCEPTOR" is equipped
with a F-16's AN/APG-66 radar, as well as a Texas Instruments WF-360
Forward-Looking Infrared system. This variant is used to interdict drug
smugglers by identifying and tracking sea and airborne targets. The airframes
were assembled in Little Rock, Arkansas at Falcon Jet Corp., a subsidiary of
Dassault-Brequet Aviation. The acrylic search window, drop hatch for delivery
of emergency equipment to vessels, and other fuselage modifications unique to
Coast Guard aircraft were made at Grumman Aircraft Corporation in New York.
The Garrett turbo fan engines were manufactured in Phoenix, AZ specifically
for the aircraft's long flights. The computer controlled air navigation
system was built by Rockwell International, Collins Avionics group in Cedar
Rapids, Iowa. The Guardian has surveillance system operators (SSO) console
including Texas Instruments radar with 160-mile range, manufactured in
Dallas, Texas.
Specs:
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 32,000 lbs Max Fuel Capacity: 10680 lbs
Empty Weight:
25,500 lbs. Operating Range: 2000 nm (with reserves)
Overall Length:
55 ft. Maximum Speed: 380 knots
Wing span:
54 ft. Crew: 2 pilots, 3 crewmen
Maximum height:
18 ft.
Power Plant: Two Garrett ATF3-6 turbo-fan engines, each w/5440 lbs thrust.
HU-25A Air Stations: Cape God, ATC Mobile, Astoria, Corpus Christi,
Miami, Sacramento, San Diego (3).
SIKORSKY HH-60J "JAYHAWK"
The United States Coast Guard has added 42 of the medium range recovery
HH-60J helicopters to its fleet to replace the HH-3F Sikorsky Pelican. The
H-60 is similar lo the
HH-3F in many ways, and the assigned mission is the same. However, the H-60
has numerous upgrades including a state of the art electronics package. The
H-60 is lighter, faster and the engines have more power.
The H-60 is not able to perform water landings, which the H-3 is capable
of. The twin-engine Jayhawks operate up to 300 miles offshore and will fly
comfortably at 140 knots for 6-7 hours.
Though normally stationed ashore, the Jayhawk can be carried aboard
Bear and Hamilton class Coast Guard Cutters. They assist in the missions of
search and rescue, enforcement of laws and Treaties including drug
interdiction, marine environmental protection, and military readiness.
The actual implementation of the HH-60J commenced in March of 1990 with
the delivery of the first airframe to NAS Patuxent River for developmental
testing. ATC Mobile was the first unit to fly the aircraft as instructor
pilots prepare to begin pilot training in March 1991. Coast Guard Air Station
ELIZABETH CITY was the first operational unit with the Jayhawk.
The Jayhawk is manufactured by Sikorsky Aircraft Division of United
Technologies in Stratford, Connecticut. General Electric builds the
T7OO-GE-401C turboshaft engines and Rockwell International, Collins Avionics
Group manufactures the electronics system in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
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Specs:
Maximum Gross Weight: 21,389 lbs.
Fuel Capacity: 6960 lbs.
Main Rotor Diameter:
54 ft.
Maximum Range: 700 nm
Overall Length (fuselage): 52 ft.
Maximum Speed: 180 knots
Overall Height:
17 ft.
Endurance: 7 hours
Tail Rotor Diameter:
11 ft.
Crew: 2 pilots, 2 crewmen
Radius of Action Range: 300 nm; search 15 min, hover 30 mins, & return.
Power Plant: Two GE T700-GE-401C turboshaft engines, each w/1800 shp.
HH-60J Air Stations: ATC Mobile, Kodiak & Sitka, Clearwater, Cape Cod,
Elizabeth City(3), San Diego(3).
AEROSPATIALE HH-65A "DOLPIN"
The United Slates Coast Guard has added 96 short range HH-65A
helicopters to its fleet to replace the HH-52A Sikorsky Sea Guard. The
twin-engine Dolphins operate up to 150 miles off shore and will fly
comfortably at 150 knots for three hours.
Though normally stationed ashore, the Dolphins can be carried on board
medium and high endurance Coast Guard Cutters. They assist in the missions of
search and rescue, enforcement of laws and treaties, including drug
interdiction, polar ice breaking, marine environmental protection including
pollution control, and military readiness. Helicopters stationed aboard ice
breakers are the ships eyes to find thinner and more navigable ice
channels. They also air lift supplies to ships and to villages isolated by
winter.
The HH-65A minimum equipment requirements exceed anything previously
packaged into one helicopter weighing in at less than 10,000 pounds. HH-65As
are made of corrosion-resistant, composite structure materials. The shrouded
tail rotor is unique to the Dolphin. Also a unique feature of the Dolphin is
its computerized flight management system which integrates state-of-the-art
communications and navigation equipment. This system provides automatic
flight control. At the pilot's direction, the system will bring the
aircraft to a stable hover 50 feet above a selected object. This is an
important safety feature in darkness or inclement weather. Selected search
patterns can be flown automatically, freeing the pilot and copilot to
concentrate on sighting the search object.
The Dolphin is manufactured by Aerospatiale Helicopter Corp in Grand
Praire, Texas. Textron Lycoming builds the LTS-101 750B-2 turboshaft engines
in Williamport, PA. and Rockwell International, Collins Avionics Group
manufactures the electronics system in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Specs:
Maximum Takeoff Weight:
9,369 lbs.
Fuel Capacity: 291 gallons
Main Rotor Diameter:
39 ft.
Maximum Range: 400 nm
Overall Length (fuselage):
38 ft.
Maximum Speed: 165 knots
Overall Height:
13 ft.
Hovering Ceiling: 8365 ft
Rescue Hoist Capacity:
600 lbs.
Crew: 2 pilots, 2 crew
Power Plant: Two Lycoming LTS-101-750B-2 engines, each w/742 shp.
H-65A Air Stations: Corpus Christi, Borinquen(4), New Orleans, Miami,
ATC Mobile, Brooklyn, Cape May, North Bend, Astoria, Port Angles(3),
Savannah, Houston, Humbolt Bay(3), Detroit(3), Glenview(1), Los Angles,
Barber's Point(3), Traverse City(5), San Francisco(4), Kodiak & Sitka.
RU-38A TWIN CONDOR
The RU-38A TWIN CONDOR is a twin-engine, two-seat "powered glider" used
by the USCG for electronic air detection for interdiction of drug smuggling.
The RU-38A is a substantial redesign of the RG-8A's previously used by the
USCG. The first USCG RG-8A was turned over to Schweizer in 1994 for
conversion to the RU-38A configuration. The second USCG RG-8A was to have
been converted by mid-1996. A third airframe (the first "new-build") is
probably under construction at this time. The USCG was due to take delivery
of the first RU-38A in late 1996.
The RU-38A is equipped with a push/pull engine system, with one engine
at each end of the fuselage. The dual engine design greatly increases over
water safety; although normal operating procedure is to operate with only a
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single engine during normal cruise operations. In addition, the two engines
are heavily muffled, allowing for "stealthy" surveillance of targets.
The aircraft has a "twin-boom" configuration. The forward end of each
boom has a "pod" containing various instruments. The port pod contains the
radar which has search and mapping capabilities. The starboard pod contains
a Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR) system, as well as a Low-Light-Level TV
vision system. Although it has not been confirmed, the USCG will probably
base these aircraft at CGAS Miami. From this base, they can be expected to
operate over the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean.
Specs:
Maximum Takeoff Weight:
5,300 lbs. Wing Span: 64 ft.
Empty Weight:
3,360 lbs. Max Fuel Capacity: 600 lbs.
Overall Length:
30 ft. Crew: 2
Power Plant: Two Teledyne Continental GIO-550A flat-six engines, each w/350
hp.
C-20B GULFSTREAM III
The C-20B GULFSTREAM III is used by the USCG for VIP transport. It is
the only air asset assigned to CGAS Washington. Most likely, this aircraft
is the Commandant's personal aircraft, but it is also used by the U.S.
Department of Transportation, of which the USCG is a part.
Specs:
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 69,700 lbs
Crew:
5
Maximum Range:
4715 NM
Load:
14 Passengers
Overall Length:
83 ft
Max speed:
576 mph
Overall Height:
24.5 ft.
Wingspan:
78 ft.
Powerplants: Two Rolls-Royce Spey MK511-8 turbofan engines each w/11,400 lbs
thrust
--------------------Air Stations' Addresses:-------------------Astoria, NMW51
2185 SE Airport Rd.
Warrenton, OR 97146-9693
Barbers Point, NMO12
Barbers Point, HI 96862-5800
Borinquen, NMR26
Aguadilla, PR 00604-9999
Brooklyn, NOP
Floyd Bennett Field
Brooklyn, NY 11234-7097
Cape Cod, NOS
Otis AFB, MA 02542-5024
Cape May, NMK
Cape May, NJ 08204-5082
Air Facility Glenview, NOH
(former CGAS Chicago)
Glenview, IL 60026-5580
Clearwater, NOF
Clearwater, FL 34622-2990
Corpus Christi, NOY8
Corpus Christi, TX 78419-5500
Detroit, NOI
Selfridge ANGB, MI 48045-5011
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Elizabeth City, NOZ
Elizabeth City, NC 27909-5004
Houston, NOY9
1178 Ellington Rd.
Houston, TX 77209-5599
Humboldt Bay, NMC11
McKinleyville, CA 95521-5000
Kodiak, NOJ1
Box 33
Kodiak, AK 99619-5000
Los Angeles, NMQ27
7159 World Way West
Los Angeles, CA 90045-5824
Miami, NOM
Opa Locka Airport
Opa Locka, FL 33054-2397
New Orleans, NMG8
c/o NAS New Orleans
New Orleans, LA 70143-0001
North Bend, NOE
2000 Conneticut Ave
North Bend, OR 97459-2399
Port Angeles, NOW
CGAS Port Angeles
Port Angeles, WA 98362
Sacramento, NMC13
Bldg 1106
McClellan AFB
Sacramento, CA
San Diego, NOR
2710 North Harbor Drive
San Diego, CA 92101
San Francisco, NOB
San Francisco International Airport
Building 1020
San Francisco, CA 94128
Savannah, NMB9
USCG AirSta Savannah
Hunter AAF Post Office
Savannah, Ga 31409-7539
Sitka, NOU
611 Airport Drive
Sitka, AK 99835
Traverse City, NOT
1175 Airport Access Road
Traverse City, MI 49686
ATC (Aviation Training Center) Mobile, NOQ5
U.S. Coast Guard Aviation Training Center
Mobile, AL 36608-9682
---------------------UPDATES / CORRECTIONS--------------------Any corrections, updates, or additional info appreciated!
Rick "RD" Baker
([email protected]) Or
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([email protected])
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Utility Monitoring in the Maritime Bands
Editor: Day Watson ([email protected])
([email protected])
14, Gardens Road
CLEVEDON, North Somerset
BS21 7QG United Kingdom
Hi MariWUNners
No doubt you have been watching the international news recently and the
successful recovery of Vendee-Globe (see Websites) yachtsmen Thierry Dubois
(France) and Tony Bullimore (UK) by the Australian services. This tested
the latter as the location was right on the outer limits of their area
of SAR responsibility. Now there will be the discussions by the media, the
politicians and the public over the pros + cons of whether the rescue of
adventurers such as these should be underwritten by the public purse. With
Man being what he is there will always be adventurers/discovers (BT Global
Challenge and Ballooning round-the-world being two others in the limelight
at the moment).
Our Australian friends can be justly proud in the part they played.
I'm sure already lessons have been learned and the procedures fine-tuned.
I'm also sure the people involved learned to work together better as a
team tackling a "real" job which pushed their skills rather than trying to
achieve similar ends on numerous exercises.
At the time of finishing this column the whereabouts/status of a third
Vendee competitor, Canadian Gerry Roufs, somewhere between New Zealand and
Cape Horn has given rise for concern.
QTC list:
Further views on the GMDSS dsc implementation
Caught out
Maritime scene down under
Comms from Canberra/GBVC
BT Global Challenge
Ship Press
Websites
Non-paired ship telex 8 MHz
Station overview
Shangai Radio/XSG
Luanda Radio/D3E
Shipping snippets
++++++ Further views on the GMDSS dsc implementation
WUNner Karl-Arne Markstrom has recently sent me a long email
which outlines the frustrations he feels in Sweden on the subject:
"As involved in Coast Radio engineering matters over the past decade, and
being one of the responsible for the design and implementation of the
Swedish shore MF-DSC network [2187.5 khz], it is somewhat saddening to find
that the intended use of MF/HF DSC almost completely has failed to reach
its objective.
It has been rightfully pointed out several times that a system with a
100% false alarm rate is a very poor alarm system indeed, and it seems
that the blame is to be found in many different parts of the system.
One quite obvious aspect is that many DSC controllers on the market are
very badly designed in the respect of man-machine interface, and that
software design flaws make quite unusual operational modes possible
(one of the most absurd is a coast station [to remain anonymous] that
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makes several distress relays, and turns out to have inserted its own
MMSI as the vessel in distress in the relays).
Operation of this kind is certainly not what the designers of the
system intended.
"Software induced surprises" is another area of which the DSC operations
is quite full of, an example is the automatic relays and acknowledgements
that some makes of mobile DSC controllers have as, sometimes undocumented,
software features.
It is from my point of view astonishing that such equipment designs
have passed the type acceptance tests.
Another aspect is the apparent lack of adequate training for the crew
involved in operation of the DSC equipment.
It is not uncommon to find even people that are expected to be experts
(like radio surveyors and installers) without working knowledge of the
basic operation of the DSC system and equipment, let alone bridge crew,
who often only refer to the DSC controller as a box that should remain
silent, and if it does not , press all buttons.
In the light of this, it is not very surprising that a very large
fraction of DSC false alarms are caused by installers and at inspections
where system features are tested and demonstrated with sometimes
unexpected effects.
Finally, the risk of sending a false alarm inadvertently while at sea
also seems needed to be taken into account.
One such case that comes to my mind happened about a year ago, when a
Russian vessel sent out a MF-DSC alert in the Swedish Baltic SRR. The
alert was intercepted and handled at MRCC Stockholm, and as no
information to the contrary was at hand, the alert was to be regarded
as a live one. Helicopters were put on alert standby, PAN messages were
broadcast, and the Search and rescue Mission Coordinator (SMC) on duty
started to collect information about ships in the vicinity of the position.
A Russian ship called in on VHF and volunteered to look out for the
distressed vessel, and gave a position very near the position indicated
in the DSC alert, so nearby that the SMC became suspicious and asked
the master if they carried DSC equipment and if so what their MMSI was.
The master did not know anything about any MMSI.
In the meantime, a search in the ITU MARS database confirmed that the
name of the volunteering vessel matched with the MMSI in the alert
message, and the master was again questioned about the possible existence
of DSC equipment.
After a very long pause the master confirmed that they had some
"new equipment" on the bridge, and that a bridge officer just recently
had "adjusted" it.
This episode shows in a nutshell what can happen in a new system, where
there are many independent actions, some by men, some by machines.
I hope that you will find some of the above information interesting."
We certainly did, Karl-Arne, and thanks for your contribution.
+++++ Caught out
Ed Deasy sent me an email during the holiday period. Like me he can
monitor the GMDSS dsc channels, 8414.7 kHz being a particular favorite
with him.
"I also caught another distress call last night. The ship was
evidently located off the west coast of South Africa, the shore station is
South African. I evidently was unable to pick up any transmissions from the
ship. I received two distress relays from the shore station, followed
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somewhat later by a test message. I assume the station was relaying to alert
other vessels near the distressed ship.
The UTC time stamp from the vessel is puzzling. My computer is set
to local time, which is -5 UTC.
Here it is.....
FORMAT SPECIFIER:
ALL SHIPS
CATEGORY:
DISTRESS
SELF IDENTIFICATION COAST STATION: 601 -1
TELECOMMAND:
DISTRESS RELAY
IDENTIFICATION OF SHIP IN DISTRESS:
0 -0
DISTRESS NATURE: ABANDONING SHIP
DISTRESS COORDINATES: SE LATITUDE
32 deg 4 min SOUTH
LONGITUDE
4 deg 5 min EAST
TIME UTC: 22 : 59
TELECOMMAND:
J3E
telephone
EOS
CHECK SUM OK
DATE 26-12-1996 TIME 23:42:02
[This is a GMDSS distress relay from a coast station with the MMSI
number 006010001 held by Capetown Radio/ZSC. The identity of the
ship in distress is not known at this time so the MMSI
of 000000000 has been given. TIME UTC: is the time the position was
valid as embodied in the dsc packet. DATE/TIME at the end is
a datetime stamp as provided by the Ed's CODE30 module and is
Ed's local time as stated above.]
This packet was repeated.
A few days later the following item appeared in the World Maritime
News (thanks to Steve Schultz/SHIPs list).
"Questions arise relating to the sinking of the M/V Jahan
New information has become available about the sinking of the M/V
Jahan (Belize-registry 8,757-gt, 15,022-dwt SD14-type general cargo ship
built in 1972, classed by Hellenic Register, owned and operated by Seatime
Shipping Pte. Ltd.) at 0445 27 Dec., reportedly at 32 degrees south, 0
degrees 45 minutes east (about 1,090 kilometers/680 miles west of Cape
Town, South Africa). All 28 crewmembers are missing. The ship left Santos,
Brazil, on 25 Nov. for repairs outside the port limits. The repairs were
completed 9 Dec., and the ship, on charter to Glencore, London, sailed from
Santos for Iraq with 14,000 tons of sugar. The ship then apparently took 17
days to sail about 4,800 kilometers/3,000 miles. The M/V Jahan sent a
distress call at 2345 26 Dec. in what were said to be fair weather
conditions. The Ghanian master reported that the ship was experiencing
uncontrollable flooding and the crew, mostly Bangladeshi citizens, would be
forced to abandon ship. The distress call was not a general call, however,
but was sent via normal telex to Seatime Shipping in Singapore [which is why
Ed didn't pickup any original distress alert packet].
Seatime Shipping then passed the information to the Australian Marine Rescue
Coordination Center, and then to the South African M.R.C.C. [this MRCC then
originated a Distress Relay which was what Ed received]. The ship had an
Inmarsat C system, but it was not used. South African Air Force C-130B
Hercules aircraft from the No. 28 Squadron at Waterkloof Air Base, Pretoria,
headed to the area, with three ships - the M/V Cape Falcon (161,475-dwt bulk
carrier built in 1993, operated by Soc. Anon. Monegasque), the M/V Captain
Panagiotis and the M/V Southgate (25,417-dwt bulk carrier built in 1982,
operated by Soc. Anon. Monegasque) - arriving 28 Dec. The search was
abandoned 29 Dec. after a 7,800-square kilometer/3,000-square mile area was
covered. Nothing was found."
Nothing further was heard until the 10/Jan World Maritime News was received
wherein was the same item with a new heading and additional paragraph as
follows;
"Strange story of the Jahan continues - vessel did not sink
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On 6 Jan., the Jahan appeared off the Port of Tema, Ghana carrying her former
name, Zalcosea II. To further complicate the mystery, it has been learned
that the ship left Ghana in early 1996 while under arrest in a matter
involving a previous cargo receiver, Commodinex. The vessel has now been
re-arrested along with the crew of citizens from Bangladesh, India and
Myanmar. An investigation has been ordered by the owners. With the discovery
of the ship, South Africa plans to bill the ship's owners about U.S.$65,000
for the futile search. In addition, it is likely the five vessels involved in
the search will bill the owner's as well."
Obviously a bit more than a false alarm involved here but at least one
administration intends coming down hard on the owners concerned.
++++++
Maritime scene down under.
J D Stephens passes on some info he received from a QSL letter from
Telstra's coastal station Townsville Radio/VIT in Australia:
"The morse code you heard is our callband which makes our presence known for
those vessels still carrying the traditional radio operator on the 4 and 8
mHz radio telegraphy frequencies. We transmit on 4318 kHz from 0800 UTC to
2000 UTC and on 8452 kHz from 2000 UTC to 0800 UTC daily using 1 kw PEP
transmitters."
Subsequently Glenn Dunstan indicated he
"would be interested to hear any reports from
callbands, specifically if there is any chirp
transmitters used are 1 kW AWA ATS-1's, which
operation - the keying relays some times have
keying pulse train from the driver stage. Any
WUNers on the quality of these
or key clicks. The
are primarily designed for SSB
problems keeping up with the
reports would be appreciated"
His email address <[email protected]>. Actually as well as VIT he mentioned
Darwin/VID, and Melbourne/VIM in his posting subject line but omitted to
mention the frequencies/times which are
VID 4272.5
0830-1130
VIM 4228.5
0800-2200
8487
2230-0830
8607
2000-0800
Globe Wireless has announced that Perth Radio/VIP is now a Global Radio
Network station employing the ITU Sitor channels 406/806/1206/1210/1606/1610
and that effective 3 Jan traffic lists will be sent every other hour from
all Globe Wireless stations.
++++++ Comms from Canberra/GBVC
Robert Thompson reminded QSL hunter's that this will be Canberra/GBVC's
last year. Having spent a year as Jun 2nd Radio Officer on Canberra
Aug72/Apr73 I was interested in the difference Keith Haywood 's subsequent
posting of 30/Dec conveyed, compared to the notes I had in my first Nautical
News column in July. ALL the major traffic lists (cw) were copied AT LEAST
once a day and often as much as every 2 or 4 hours. He e-mailed me with:
"Yes I was surprised about the HF activity (or lack of) from Canberra.
The only time I tried to call her from the shore was 1991 (can't remember
exactly when) and was told by the operator at Portishead that he would
advise a satellite call as Canberra rarely came up on HF - needless to say I
declined the offer and asked him to try anyway - I was called back by
Portishead about three days later !. The Portishead operator was very
chatty once he realized that I was interested, and described the various
methods of contacting ships at sea which used to be available but are rarely
used now that most ships have INMARSAT access. Canberra was at the time
somewhere between Cape Verde and Brazil.
My only experience of calling from the ship was in June '92 when I was with
someone who tried to call home to the UK from the Black Sea but was told by
Radio Officer that she would not attempt an HF call due to the work involved
and suggested a satellite call instead, we pointed out that HF calls were
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listed in the scale of charges on the office wall but were told that the
list was not current and should have been taken down (it was still there at
the end of '95).
She eventually relented and connected us via HF as she was waiting for a pre
arranged incoming call and promised to "tag us on at the end if she had the
time".
I had a chat with a Radio Officer/Electro Tech Officer when I was onboard
during a cruise in Nov '94 - he more or less confirmed that the above
situation was correct but did say he tried to encourage cw use whenever
possible.
During Nov '95 I had the pleasure of dining most nights with another Radio
Officer (can't remember his surname but his first name was Freddy) - he was
a very friendly bloke and gave me a full afternoon tour around the Radio
room, satellite TV/cabin entertainment centre, bridge, antennas etc. incl a
demo of his new toy (a weather satellite receive system). All very
interesting and appreciated - especially as it was cold, wet, rough and we
were plying back to the UK across Biscay. Freddy also said that HF was seldom
used due to the work and effort involved and shortage of skilled staff. Most
communications are via FAX/TELEX/DATA over satellite links and virtually all
passenger voice comms are via satellite. I was also surprised to learn that
once in range of the coast (a surprising distance out in some areas) a lot
of the company comms are carried out using normal mobile phones."
Sorry to sound negative but looks like only a slim chance of logging her
this year on HF. Anyway, thanks for the update, Keith.
++++++ BT Global Challenge.
Just a reminder on the state of play. The yachts are currently in
Wellington, New Zealand having completed Leg 2 from Rio de Janeiro at the
beginning of the month. All are being taken from the water for detailed
hull inspection; similarly the masts have been unshipped.
Leg 3 commences 9 Feb with anticipated arrival Sydney on the 15th.
Portishead Radio was maintaining contact with them daily all the way out
so keep monitoring their channels as I expect them to continue their good
work - 8764/8240 seems favorite. But of course don't forget
Sydney/VIS whose primary area they are now in.
GKA ITU rt chans
410 816 1224 1602 1801 2206
VIS
405 419 607 802 817 1203 1231 1602 1612 2203
++++++ Ship press
The days of copying (on passenger ships) the daily press bulletin from the
major maritime coaststations often for a couple of hours at a time are long
gone. But shipress bulletins are still available being sent in Sitor/B
(fec). None of these are in English as one would expect.
0130
0500
0600
0830
1300
1400
1630
1700
1800
2100
2300
Lyngby/OXZ
Goeteborg/SAB
Athens/SVA
Lyngby/OXZ
Athens/SVA
Warsaw/SPW
Lyngby/OXZ
Goeteborg/SAB
Warsaw/SPW
Athens/SVA
Goeteborg/SAB
???
???
???
4215.5 8421 12601.5 16821.5
12603.5
7975 11423.5 18648.5 20286.5 20293.5
8421 12601.5 16821.5
4268.6 8556 12818 17024
7975 11423.5 12912.5 18648.5
8423 12603.5
2423.5 4268.6
I've logged a number of these frequencies and confirmed times.
are unconfirmed. Any feedback/additions welcome.
++++++ Websites
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(http://www.users.zetnet.co.uk/rdixon/crs.htm)
Bob Margolis has passed on this one currently under construction right under
my nose. Articles about UK and Irish coast station past and present. How
far the author is going remains to be seen as Norddeich is also on the list.
Thanks Bob - will watch this one with interest.
(http://www.qpage.com/host/gmdss.shtml)
(http://www.navcen.uscg.mil/marcomms/gmdss/area.htm)
And thanks to Ed Deasy who sent over these two on the subject of GMDSS the
latter site contains detailed maps of various defined sea areas of GMDSS.
(http://www.liberty-ship.com)
Picked up from a posting by Ben Lyon on the SHIPs list this site is
about Project Liberty Ship, a non-profit organization in Baltimore
dedicated to the preservation of the liberty ship John W Brown. They
have day cruises in Chesapeake Bay on 24 May and Sept 6.
(http://www.vendee-globe.tm.fr)
Finally found it. The Vendee-Globe single-handed round-the-world yacht
race. However it's in French and there is no communications detail
(expect they're using satellite). This site shows the current locations
between New Zealand and Cape Horn.
++++++ Non-paired ship telex 8 MHz
My thanks for his contributions to John Doe who comments "most of my
listening time was spent on your 8 mc freqs. You chose either a very good
time or a very bad time depending on your point of view - almost all 36
channels were used by CIS ships sending New Year greetings home; probably
for the rest of the year things will be much quieter." He makes the
following observation "Sorry there are so many "???"s but these ships never
seem to send the shore station's callsign once they have established
contact".
Thanks also for contributions from Bert van Rij in the Netherlands and those
(basically Messrs Baker and Hood) who submitted logs appearing in the Dec96
newsletter.
Freq.
Mode
8396.5
8397
50/R/170
arq
8397.5
8398
8398.5
8399
8399.5
8400
8400.5
8401
Comments
Working Sevastopol/URL
working Arkhangelsk/UCE [Selcall KYVF] paired
8549 kHz.
75/850 encryp ACF64 NATO ship via ???
CW
Cypriot ship working ???
arq
CW
50/R/170
CW
3sc 50/N/170
50/R and N/170
50/170
arq
arq
CW
CW
USB
50/R/170
3sc 50/R/170
50/R/170
CW
working Goeteborg/SAB44 [M/tex] [selcall QSPV]
Cypriot, Turkish, Swedish ships working ???
Lithuanian ship workings Klaipeda.
Russian, Maltese ships working ???
working Murmansk ?
many Russian ships working ??? Kaliningrad
Ship to Odessa/UUI
Intership - simplex
German language unid ship ? working ???
Libyan ships working 5AT on 8515
Unid cw including cyrillic letters.
Unid - sounded like Spanish fishing vessels
Russian ship(100hzlow) working Kaliningrad/UIW
working Klaipeda/LYK ?
Lithuanian ship working ??? addrssd Klaipeda.
French language working ???
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8401.5
8402
8402.5
8403
8403.5
8404
8404.5
arq
50/R/170
50/170
CW
CW
CW
50/R/170
3sc 50/R/170
50/R/170
50/R/170
50/R/170
50/R/170
arq
50/R/170
50/R/170
81/120
CW
50/N/170
arq
50/R/170
50/R/170
8405
8405.5
8406
USB
arq
CW
50/R/170
3sc 50/R/170
50/170
arq
8406.5
8407
CW
50/R/170
USB
8407.5
8408
CW
50/R/170
arq
arq
CW
50/170
8408.5
8409
8409.5
8410
8410.5
8411
8411.5
8412
8412.5
8413
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Rumanian ? language working ???
Many Russian ships working Kaliningrad/UIW
Ukrainian ship to Odessa/UUI
Unid. A/N callsigns. Authentication procedure.
Unid. French language working ???
Russian ship working ???
Lithuanian ship working ???
working Arkhangelsk ?
Many Ukranian ships working Mariupol/URL
Estonian ship working ??? addrssd Tallinn
Russian ship(100hz high) working
Kaliningrad/UIW on 8555.5 who gave qsl in cw.
Russian ship(100hz high) wrkng Kaliningrad/UIW
Danish ship working ???
Mni Russian ship wrkng ??? addrssd Kaliningrad
Mni Ukranian ship wrkng ??? addrssd Sevastopol
Unid 81-81 crypto.
Russian ship working ???
Russian ship working ???
Many Polish ships working Szczecin/SPB43 on
8650.
Many Ukranian ships working Odessa/UUI
Russian ship working Kaliningrad/UIW who had
asked him to move here from somewhere else.
Unrecognised language. Only one side qso hrd.
Polish ship working Szczecin/SPB43.
Many Russian ships working ???
Lithuanian ship working ??? addrssd Klaipeda.
working?
Russian ship working Moscow/UAT
Polish ship working ?? but not SPB43 msg
addressed Stettin.
Russian ship working ???
Russian ship working ???
Simplex RT unrecognised language. Both sides
audible.
Unid.
Russian ship working UIW addrssd Kaliningrad.
Unid addressed to Bucharest
Greek (I think) sounds like a shore station
with messages addressed to apparently a
collective callsign. (I could make little
sense of this one - JD).
Bulgarian ship working ???
Russian ship working Murmansk/UDK2
CW
Unid. Two ships working different stations mutual qrm.
USB
CW
50/R/170
Ended "dosvidanya" so presumably Russian.
UNID with Cyrillic characters.
Russian ship working ??? addrssd StPetersburg.
Russian ship (100hz high) working ???
addressed to Kerch.
working Kaliningrad/UIW
Very many Ukranian ships working
Mariupol/URK9. Exceptionally busy frequency.
"
"
"
"
"
"
Russian ship working ???
Unrecognised language.
Russian ship working ???
Russian ship (150hz high) working ???
addressed St Petersburg.
3sc 50/R/170
50/R/170
CW
50/R/170
USB
50/R/170
50/R/170
50/R/170
arq
75/850
Russian ship working ???
calling with selcal KYVV (not recognised).
ACF64 NATO ship via ???
8413.5
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Russian ship working ??? addrssd Kerch
50/R/170
For your monitoring diary the forward planning is
Feb
10 channels 4202.5 - 4207
kHz
23 channels 6300.5 - 6311.5 kHz
39 channels 16785
- 16804
kHz
Mar
++++++ Station overviews
++++++ Shanghai Radio/XSG
Location: China at 31.07N 121.33E
WT service
Marker:
"CQ de XSG qru? = "
QTC list: Every EH+30 during service on 4290 6454 8487 8665 12856 12954
16916.5 17002.4 khz.
Wx:
At 0300 and 0900 on 4290 6454 8487 12954 17002.4 khz.
Nav wngs: At 0200 on 4290 6454 8487 12954 17002.4 Khz.
XSG
XSG
XSG22
XSG
XSG
XSG24
XSG26
XSG
XSG3
XSG
XSG7
XSG
XSG
XSG28
XSG8
XSG29
XSG
XSG
XSG
XSG
XSG
4259
4271
4290
6414.5
6452
6454
8487
8502
8665
12661.5
12856
12871.5
12898
12954
16916.5
17002.4
17030
17103.2
22694
22363
22401
1000-2200
1000-2200
2200-1000
H24
H24
H24 (Wkng freq 0030-1000)
H24
2200-1600
H24
0000-1000
H24
H24 (2200-1600 1/Oct-30/Apr)
2200-1000
Telex service
Station number 2010 ---> selcall QVXV
Marker:
"XSG"
XSG
4212.5
4215
6326
6330
8425.5
8430
8433
8436
12637.5
12642.5
12649.5
16889
16892
16898
22428
22429
22434
Ship
4174.5
4177
6275
6284
8385.5
8390
8393
8396
12535.5
12540.5
12547.5
16771
16774
16780
22336
22337
22342
Chan
[ 405]
[ 410]
[ 625]
[ 633]
[ 819]
[ 828]
[ 834]
[ 840]
[12118]
[12128]
[12142]
[16166]
[16172]
[16780]
[22104]
[22106]
[22116]
Watch
Ship
Chan
Watch
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1000-2200
2200-1000
0000-1200
1200-0000
2200-1000
H24(1May-30Sep) 2200-1600 (1Oct-30Apr)
2200-1000
2200-1600
2200-0400(1May-30Sep)
HF RT service
XSG
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4369
6501
8770
8806
13083
13113
13188
17308
22714
22750
4077
6200
8246
8282
12236
12266
12341
16426
22018
22054
[ 405]
[ 601]
[ 818]
[ 830]
[1203]
[1213]
[1238]
[1623]
[2207]
[2219]
H24
0000-1000
H24
Address:
Shanghai Marine Telecommunications @ Navigation-Aids Co (SMATENCO)
7th Floor,
20 Guang Dong Road,
Shanghai
Acknowledgements:
ALRS Vol.1 96/97 (Pt.1+2) and Vol.3 96/97 (Pt.1+2)
Brannolte/Siebel SEEFUNK
CFL/9
Klingenfuss Utility Guide 97
+++++++ Luanda Radio/D3E
Location: Angola at 8.48S 13.16E
WT service
Marker: (Often poor keying) typical "CQ de D3E 51/61 qsx 8 and 12 MHz
c.3/4 on rtf ch 421 413 802"
QTC list: Every OH+05 for frequencies in use at time.
Nav warnings: Every 4 hrs from 0118z on 8565, 12780 and 17189.6 kHz.
D3E41
D3E51
D3E52
D3E61
D3E62
D3E71
D3E81
6369
8565
8694
12780
13023
17189.6
22330.5
2200-0800
H24
2200-0800
1800-0000
0000-1800
0800-2000
0800-2000
HF RT service
QTC list: Every OH+35 on
D3E
4125
4393
8722
8779
13083
13137
17302
17344
Ship
4125
4101
8198
8255
12236
12290
16420
22018
4343 khz.
Chan
[ 421
[ 413]
[ 802]
[ 825]
[1203]
[1221]
[1621]
[1635]
Watch
H24
H24
H24
Address:
Empresa Publica de Telecomunicacoes (EPTEL),
C.P. 625,
Luanda.
Acknowledgements:
ALRS Vol.1 96/97 (Pt.1+2) and Vol.3 96/97 (Pt.1+2)
Brannolte/Siebel SEEFUNK
CFL/9
Klingenfuss Utility Guide 97
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++++++ Shipping snippets
Thanks to Steve Schultz for these extracts from World Maritime News on
the SHIPs list.
I.A.C.S. announces new bulk carrier rules
The International Association of Classification Societies announced
last week it will introduce new rules on requiring the strengthening of
older bulk carriers. The ships involved are those over 150 meters/490 feet
and over 10 years old. As of 1 July, 1998, the regulations, which include
strengthening the bulkhead between holds 1 and 2, must occur at the first
special survey.
Litton to buy Racal-Decca
Litton Industries Inc. announced 12 Dec. it is buying Racal-Decca
Marine Group from Racal Electronics P.L.C. for U.S.$49 million in cash. The
deal includes all of Racal-Decca except the British Deca Navigator chain
and the non-maritime assets of Decca South Africa. Litton, which also owns
C Plath and Sperry Marine, has no plans to merge the businesses. The deal
will close in early April and Racal Electronics will use the money to cover
net debt.
Pacific Basin buys Rydex
Pacific Basin Bulk Shipping has bought Rydex Industries, the Canadian
maritime communications firm. Pacific Basin increased its stake from 31
percent by buying 85 percent of the outstanding shares. Pacific Basin is
owned by Konsortium Perkapalan Bhd.
+++++
Trust there's something there of interest. Now go and fill your
log books.
73s
Day.
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---------------------------------------------------------------------------Howdy gang, we have for you this month news & reviews of two newly
released products; Klingenfuss 1997 Guide to Utility Radio Stations,
Fifteenth Edition, and the 1997 Super Frequency List on CD-ROM also by
Klingenfuss Publications.
o Klingenfuss 1997 Guide to Utility Radio Stations, Fifteenth Edition
by Klingenfuss Publications ISBN 3-924509-97-2
No major changes in the 15th edition of this hobby standard. This
edition comes in at 580 pages, softbound. There are 24 chapters and the 15th
edition now includes edition 23 of the Guide to Radioteletype Stations.
What's Inside
Chapters include; Monitoring Utility Stations, Frequency List of Utility
Stations, Alphabetical List of Utility Stations, Identification of Stations,
International Call Sign Series, RTTY Press Services in Alphabetical Order,
RTTY Press Services in Chronological Order, Meteorological RTTY Services in
Alphabetical Order, Meteorological Radiofax Schedules in Alphabetical Order,
NAVTEX Transmissions on 518 kHz, Q and Z Code meanings, Phonetic Alphabet and
Figure code, Designation of Emissions, Classes of Stations and Nature of the
Service, Terms and Definitions, Aeronautical Mobile Service Regulations,
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Maritime Mobile Service Regulations, Standard Telegram Format Regulations and
NATO Routing Indicators, Service Codes and Abbreviations used in Gentex and
Telex Operations, and Abbreviations. Quite a bit jammed in there!
Of course the section that gets the most work out, is the frequency list
chapter. I was pleased to see so many WUN'ers noted as supplying information
on new frequencies for this edition. The frequency list starts at 18.3 kHz
and runs up to 26383.0 kHz, although allocation tables go up to 30.0 MHz. I
took at random 50 frequencies noted in the 15th edition, and compared them to
actual logs that have appeared in WUN over the last two years. I found 90% of
them were perfectly correct. Of course the remaining 10% we may not have
logged yet! I know this is but a fraction of the approximately 13,800
frequencies listed, but I think it is representative and really a very good
percentage I think. One hears various nit's about reference books, but I
think we have seen first hand here at WUN how hard keeping a handle all of
these mode changes, frequency changes, name changes....and even country
changes (hi!) can be. This is a benefit of a yearly printing...you get a more
accurate listing.
I think the strongest part of this book are the digital stations. Coming
in as weaker sibling are the SSB stations, for example say civil aero. If I
hear a station on 10057.0 and turn to that frequency in the book, there are
no stations listed. It merely informs you this is a CEP/3A frequency (did I
mention there is a fold out map in the back so you can look these aero zones
up?). This is true of all civil aero listings; no specific station names. On
frequencies where one may hear say a U.S. Coast Guard unit, there may be a
note as "many U.S. Coast Guard" or only a few of what may be actually heard.
The plus side is you have an idea what your hearing, if not an exact ID.
Don't get me wrong, there are a number of positive, good ID, SSB stations, in
the maritime section paretically for example. It's just that the book is a
much stronger digital reference. So although I'd like to see especially North
American SSB improved a tad, one can not dispute it as a valuable reference
source for novice and advanced users alike.
o 1997 Super Frequency List CD-ROM from Klingenfuss Publications
We test drove the 1996 release in the July, 1996 WUNNEWS. The same
systems were used to evaluate the use and speed of this CD; a Compaq Presario
Pentium 90 under Windows 95 and a 386/25 clone.
Just released, the CD contains: 11,500 entries with updated schedules of
all clandestine, domestic and international broadcaster on shortwave worldwide; the list of 14,100 "formerly active utility frequencies"; and the
approximately 13,800 active utility frequencies found in the 1997 Guide to
Utility Radio Stations, Fifteenth Edition.
As before, upon opening the English or German version of the program,
three buttons are presented. The first is "Old Freqs", the formerly active
stations. The second is "UT 97", or the 1997 Utility Station list. The third
is "BC 97" or the 1997 Broadcast Station frequency list. There are more
listings overall this time around.
Each list is totally searchable by Frequency, Callsign, Station,
Country, Modulation or by (the part I missed last year) a Word Search option.
The search feature is a progressive one, so that if you are looking for
11175, the first time you press "1" you may get 111.8 as an example. The
second time you press "1" you may get 1190.0 and the third press would take
you to the 11,000 section. But this is actually quicker it seemed to me than
typing in a frequency, grabbing your mouse, and clicking enter to start the
start the search. I had no problems with the speed of the search. Each
request was quick.
One feature that was annoying last year is still here. When you try to
cut and paste data from the CD. You are limited to a single record and then
with a copyright statement attached:
Frequency:
Call:
Station:
Country:
Modulation:
Details:
(C) 1997 by
5320.0 [kHz]
NMG
USCG New Orleans, LA
USA
SSB
Klingenfuss Publications. All rights reserved.
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Frequency:
Call:
Station:
Country:
Modulation:
Details:
(C) 1997 by
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UCE
Arkhangelsk R
RUS
CW/RTTY
SITOR
Klingenfuss Publications. All rights reserved.
A minor annoyance since there are surely those who would abuse the data
otherwise. I find it quicker to make notes as to frequencies I may be
searching for, so again, this was not a major problem for me.
The data in the utility section is the same as the book, so no change
there from what I found in the book. You broadcast fans will find start times
and about any other detail you would want.
CD-ROM is the way to go if you have a home computer. It can hold a LOT
of data, is cost effective, and can quickly be searched by any number of
ways. This one offers an impressive amount of information. Tap a few keys and
there is a list for you. You can't beat it.
You folks may recall that in my 1996 review I found a few closed
stations still listed that Joerg said were already deleted in the next
edition. I checked, and they are gone from both.
Conclusion
Klingenfuss 1997 Guide to Utility Radio Stations, Fifteenth Edition and
1997 Super Frequency List CD-ROM from Klingenfuss Publications are available
through most sellers of hobby books and shortwave radio products or direct
from Klingenfuss Publications, Hangenloher Str.14, D-72070 Tuebingen, Germany
For more information: (phone 49 7071 62830) or by e-mail:
[email protected]
web site:
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/Klingenfuss
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STATION/VERIF/CALL/FREQ/MODE/TYPE QSL/NO.DAYS/REMARKS/CONTRIBUTOR
MILITARY/COAST GUARD SHIPS
USCG Cutter Hornbeam/NODM
5320.0 USB PFC
24 ds full data,stamp/seal(JDS)
MARITIME/NAVAL/COAST GUARD STATIONS
CAMSLANT Chesapeake, VA/NMN 13089.0 USB PFC 125 ds full data, info, f/up(MB)
USCG Group Monterey, CA/NMC6
2670.0 USB LTR 13 ds part data
(JDS)
USCG Group Los Angeles, CA
2670.0 USB LTR 27 ds data, patch, info (JDS)
St. John's C.G. NAVTEX/VON
518.0 SIT PFC 46 ds ltr
(KMH)
USCG Grp. Port Angeles, WA/NOW 2670.0 USB LTR 34 ds brochure
(JDS)
USCG Humboldt Bay, CA/NMC11
5696.0 USB LTR 16 ds
(JDS)
FIXED STATIONS
Gander Radio/VFG
6604.0 USB PFC
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25 ds full data, w/f/up
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*** THE LITTLE BLACK BOOK ***
The following addresses correspond to some of the QSL's listed above:
Commanding Officer
U.S. Coast Guard CAMSLANT
4720 Milepost Road
Chesapeake, VA
Saint John's Coast Guard Radio/VON
Operations Manager
P.O. Box 1300
Saint John's, NF
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Attn: TC3 M.L. Smith
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A1C 6H8
Gander Radio
Transport Canada
Gander International Flight Service Station
Attn: Flight Services Supervisor
89 Edinburgh Avenue
Box 400
Gander, NF
A1V 1W8
*** VERIFYING SIGNATURES ***
The following are verifying signatures (v/s) on QSL's received
from individuals to whom reception reports sometimes can be
specifically addressed:
CAMSLANT Chesapeake:
USCG Monterey:
USCG Los Angeles:
USCG Port Angeles:
USCG Humboldt Bay:
Michael L. Smith - QSL Manager
C.J. Lewandowski - Telecommunications Specialist
First Class
TC1 B.F. Peven - Radioman First Class
TC1 B.E. Burns - Telecommunications
Specialist-in-Charge
A.M. Winkowski - Telecommunications Specialist
2nd Class
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THE GRAPEVINE: J.D. STEPHENS passed on this quote from the letter he
recently received from USCG Group Monterey: "I regret to inform you that
Group Monterey is being downsized to Station Monterey and we have already
lost our HF transmitting sites. The majority of our Telecommunications
Specialists (formerly known as Radiomen) are being transferred to new
locations at this time. We will keep our VHF transmitting sites but I have
doubts that you'll ever hear those in Alabama." J.D. adds that "this is a
very recent change, as my reception of Group Monterey was on December 10, and
the QSL letter is dated December 16"... While I was searching a few weeks
back for a QSL address for a transmission on 4 MHz by Carnival Cruise Lines'
S.S. Celebration, RICK ALBRIGHT suggested "the 1994 edition of BERLITZ
COMPLETE GUIDE TO CRUISING AND CRUISE SHIPS, a fantastic resource for
maritime radio monitoring as it includes callsigns!" However, he cautions,
there aren't that many cruise ships to hear anymore on HF: "I have not heard
a cruise ship for quite some time (darn satcom phones!). Carnival used to
have an official 'no QSL' policy similar to the Canadian Forces. However,
after several rejections and no-shows, I did get one QSL back from the
Holiday. The company claimed (falsely) that privileged comms like ship/shore
traffic were not to be monitored and therefore not be verified. But that was
in the late '80s, maybe they've relaxed a bit. I've enough Canadian Forces
QSLs to prove their policy is only semi-official, hi hi."... While on the
topic of cruise liners, ROBERT THOMPSON posted this information on WUN a
short time back: "Time to get your QSL from the CANBERRA, she will retire
after this sailing season, will be replaced by the ACARIDA. She has been on
the cruise ship routes for thirty-six years, one day she will be history and
so will your QSL if you have one."... Although the verification received for
a xmsn by NMN (see above) does not say so, it was in fact for a distress call
last Sept. 22 by a vessel tentatively ID'd as the "Louay de Matray" (sp?),
that CAMSLANT was working through some pretty bad conditions, necessitating
QSY several times between 13MHz and 8MHz... Some info provided by CAMSLANT
Chesapeake: "CAMSLANT uses the Harris R-2368/URR receiver with a variety of
vertical and loop array antennas. Our transmitters consist of 20 Harris HF-80
transmitters for High-Frequency Voice/CW/Sitor/RTTY communications (10KW) and
two Nautel NX 5000TT/6 Medium Frequency transmitters (5KW) for CW and Navtex
modes of operation through vertical antennas. One receive and transmit
Rotatable Log Periodic Antenna provides directional communications support
when required." An added detail concerning NMN is that it can be QSL'd
directly by e-mail c/o its "QSL Manager" MICHAEL L. SMITH, who e-mailed us
the following information recently: "If any of your readers have any old
transcripts of our final CW Closure message (1995) they are more than welcome
to send a copy of those to me...and I will return a CW Closure Certificate (I
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still have tons of them laying around) with their name enclosed along with
the signatures of our Telecommunications Specialist In Charge and our
Commanding Officer." NMN and Smith can be e-mailed at: [email protected]
Just a reminder that when sending in your QSL logs to this column, to provide
as much data with them as possible, i.e. mailing addresses, technical data,
verifiers comments, etc. 73, all! Until next month, 73 and Happy QSL'ing!
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/// Monitor Profile: Ary's QSL Adventures ///
Most people familiar with Worldwide Ute News and other utility
monitoring publications know Ary Boender as a columnist and contributor of
loggings. But then there is Ary's other side: the intrepid QSL'er. While
QSL'ing is not one of Ary's priorities in ute monitoring these days, some of
his past experiences in this area of the hobby stand out. We'll let him tell
his story in his own words.
"I stopped QSL collecting a couple of years ago because the response rate had
become so low that it wasn't interesting anymore. Besides loads of QSL
letters/cards, magazines, books, infosheets, pennants, etc., I never received
something real special from a ute station. Except for several invitations to
visit the station, which I did when possible.
"Without going in detail I always had very encouraging experiences with
lighthouses (NDB's). Lightkeepers mostly are enthusiastic people who like it
when you write them a nice letter and who love to talk about their
lighthouse. Don't forget to include return postage and pictures of your
hometown, country and/or yourself.
"The same goes for meteo stations in Germany, United Kingdom, Denmark and
Arkhangelsk Meteo. The response was in all cases friendly and informative.
Charts, skeds and a 'how-to-decode-meteo-codes' instruction letters were
received by me.
"Less friendly, even threatening were some letters from Maltese, Canadian
and several German ute stations. I had 'violated the law', 'listened to
private transmissions' or 'tuned in to military secure channels'. The
station from Malta even sent a complaint to the Dutch PTT!
"A couple of years ago, I sent a report to ATA Tirana and got a reply from
the chief engineer of the station. He asked me to send him reception reports
for a couple of months because they were testing on various freqs and times.
Of course I cooperated and sent him my reports and comments. Then he asked
me if I could send him a few components for his Philips tv. (Philips is
Dutch). I said 'ok send me a list and I will see what I can do'. After I
received the list I phoned a Philips service point and asked the folks
there if they had these components in stock and what the price was. The
parts were quite expensive, well over $100 and my ''friend'' in Tirana
expected me to pay for the stuff. He was poor and I was rich, was the idea
so he expected the parts as a gift from me. I however, didn't want to
give away more then $100 to some stranger. To help him out I bought 100%
compatible parts at a fair price and gave them to him. He objected to the
fact that I did not sent him Philips parts! I explained him that the
original parts were rather expensive. He then wrote me a letter telling
me that we was disappointed because I could easily afford it to buy him
these things. After that he sent me a few more letters including shopping
lists for radio and tv parts but I never sent him anything again :-)
I understand that he earned less money than I but this was outrageous.
"As a reply to reception reports I also got various letters from folks from
the DDR and USSR asking if they could visit me. The reason for this was that
they needed an address in Holland to get a visa. A lady from Ghana made it
even worse. She read my name in a radio magazine and wrote me a couple of
letters. After a while she started to ask money for her sick mother and
several other things. She also had a pen friend in Switzerland who invited
her to Switzerland and also paid for the trip. When she was there she tried
to get a visa for Holland giving my name as her contact over here and she
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told the embassy that she was gonna live with me. Luckily the MFA called
me to check the story because I wasn't really in the mood for her :-))))
Oh well, I can understand that she wanted to escape from poverty but not
at my expense. Sorry!
"Another lady, this time from Alger Radio, sent me a perfumed erotic letter
and also phoned me. But because my French is poor and she didn't speak
another language that I could understand, we couldn't really communicate.
Oh boy, isn't this a great hobby? :-))))))"
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/// Hungarian QSL Letter ///
Alex Wellner has provided the following cover letter for QSL'ing
Hungarian utilities.
Kedves uraim,
Szeretnem kozolni Onokkel, hogy nemreg hallottam ezt a hajot/repulogepet/
allomast a .......KHZ rovidhullamon. Az en hobbim, hogy a kulombozo repulo es
tengereszeti allomasokat hallgatom, es azoknak jelentest kuldok.
Az Onok adasat ......... (date).....(time)UTC hallottam. A jelzes erossege
eros/gyenge volt. Zavaro allomas nem volt. (zavaro allomas a kovetkezo volt)
............ A hivojel volt:.......... a ............nyelven. Az allomas
hang/morze. RTTY kepen adott. Az allomas a kovetkezo allomassal
dolgozott...........
Remelem, hogy ez a jelentes Onoknek hasznalhato lesz. Ha korreknek talaltak,
nagyon kerem, hogy kuldjek vissza alairva, az itt mellekelt kartyat.
Ugyszinten
kuldom a postadij arrat is.
Kozsonom hogy a jelentesemet elolvastak, es valaszt kuldenek.
Szivelyes udvozlettel
(your name and address)
Translation:
Dear Sir,
I would like to notify you, that I heard your transmission not long ago. I
heard a plane/ship/station on (date)(Time) UTC on ...........KHZ short wave.
My hobby is to listen to Marine and Aero stations and send a report to them.
Signal strength was strong/weak. There was no interference. (There was
interference from .......... Callsign was ..... in .....language.
The station was transmitting in voice/morse/rtty. It was working with.....
I hope that this report will be of some use to you. If you find it correct,
please sign and send back the enclosed prepared form card. I also enclose
postage. Thank you for reading my report, and sending an answer.
Yours faithfully
(name and address)
Glossary: Hungarian= Magyar
English = Angol
German
= Nemet
French
= Francia
Spanish = Spanyol
January = Januar February = Februar March = Marcius
April = Aprilis May = Majus June = Junius
July = Julius August = Augusztus Sept=Szeptember
Oct = Oktober November = November Dec = December
More than any other language, Hungarian relies heavily on accent marks
on every vowel. Correct reports must be done with a dictionary.
Thanks to this month's contributors:
(MB) Martin C. Barry, Canada
(JDS) J.D. Stephens, U.S.A
(KM) K.M. Haywood, England
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RADIO'S GROUND FLOOR
Hello, again, fellow WUNers, from the world of radio basement band. As you
probably know by now, this is WUN's second anniversary issue. How time flies!
Congratulations to Rick Baker and his fine group of editors for a fantastic
job on a fabulous e-newsletter! I, serving simply as a mere forum coordinator
for the world of longwaves, cannot but marvel at the dedication and
professionalism - yes, professionalism! - that these folks exhibit! Thanks to
them, the WUNewsletter looks like a first-class publication from this end of
the spectrum.
But WUN would be nothing but a "W" and an "N" without YOU, the members. A
hearty congratulations to you too, then, for lifting WUN into the ionosphere
of radio clubs! You are simply the finest radio hobbyists!
On this important occasion, we thought that we should make the column extra
special. So far, we delved into the mysterious world of longwave beacons, and
we even dared to explore radio's real underground band - natural radio! But
for this special issue, we will set sail in the other direction, going up in
the frequency bands. Get ready, then, to venture into the high seas of the
1600 kHz band. If longwaves is radio's basement band, this surely is the
ground floor of all radio!
Shawn Axelrod, [email protected], will be our guide today. Shawn has
compiled a great list of stations in the 1600-1710 kHz and he was very kind
to share it with us. Due to its length, we will publish it in two
installments.
Without further ado, then, here is Shawn.
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A LISTING OF STATIONS FROM 1600 TO 1710 KHZ
COMPILED BY SHAWN M AXELROD
E-MAIL [email protected]
(part 1/2)
INTRODUCTION
This piece will deal with a variety of signals that can be found just above
the end of the present AM broadcast band. As the plans to expand the band
here in North America as well as Australia are well under way, these stations
may have to move or will become harder to hear over the next few years. Many
of the stations listed are Morse code identifiers used for various purposes.
Not included in this listing are the TIS/HAR stations from Canada and the USA
that are found on 1610, 1620 and 1700 kHz.
FREQUENCIES
You may see some stations listed on more than one frequency. This multiple
frequency listing has been done due to the following reasons:
1)
2)
As some stations are logged on SSB there may be a difference in the
frequency depending on whether the listener was using LSB or USB.
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frequencies listed below may have to be considered as approximate.
3) Some stations may shift frequency due to transmitter instability, or
crowded band conditions.
In the case of Pirate stations their wish to evade the authorities, may
cause them to appear on several frequencies.
CALL SIGNS AND IDENTIFIERS
A point of interest in regards to some of the fishing or driftnet buoys,
they do have one thing in common about their identifiers. The KA8x or KA9x
identifier seem to indicate the year the unit was made or put into service.
Therefore a KA92 call means the unit was put into service in 1992. Many
of the call signs or identifiers listed below are self declared or are
unofficial in nature.
STATION TYPES
To help differentiate the types of stations listed in the Station/Identifier
column I have divided them into basic types.
AMB
EXP
FB
MAR
MF
MW
PIR
UNID
AERO/MARINE BEACONS (MORSE CODE SIGNAL ONLY)
EXPERIMENTAL STATIONS (VARIOUS TYPES OF SIGNALS)
FISHING OR DRIFTNET BUOYS (MORSE CODE SIGNAL ONLY)
MARITIME RADIO STATIONS (VOICE AND/OR CODE IDENTIFIER )
MEDFER EXPERIMENTAL BEACONS (MORSE CODE SIGNAL ONLY)
MEDIUM WAVE STATIONS (OFFICIAL LICENSED STATIONS)
PIRATE RADIO STATIONS
UNIDENTIFIED SIGNALS (VARIOUS TYPES OF SIGNALS)
LOCATION
If the location of these signals is not known or in doubt I will list them as
??? in the Location column. The fishing or drift net buoys are mobile as the
fishing boats using them are themselves always on the move. This will mean no
fixed location can be given. You will also notice that there are AMB stations
listed as "ALASKA" only with no town or city listed. This is due to the fact
that they are mobile beacons used in various locations by the owners. Some
of the locations claimed by pirates may also be inaccurate as they may list
a false address to keep from being discovered by the authorities.
COMMENTS
This section will give further information on the station. Many of the
comments have to do with the USA and Australian expanded broadcast band.
Where it is stated that there is permission to be on the frequency this
refers to an application for a station which is not on at this time. Some of
these permits may never come on air or may change callsigns over time.
CONCLUSION
This listing is in no way complete even though it does include over 900
stations. Many of the stations included may not be active at this time, but
they have been included so you may go back through your old logs and
hopefully ID some of those old UNID's. I encourage any of you who has
information not included in the listing below or information to correct
errors in the information to please send it to me. Thanks go to everyone who
helped out by sending in stations they have heard over the years. It is
through this type of help that all of us benefit.
Shawn Axelrod
30 BECONTREE BAY
WINNIPEG MB
R2N 2X9 CANADA
E-mail [email protected]
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STATION/CALLSIGN/IDENTIFIER
TYPE LOCATION AND COMMENTS
NHG
AMB
PALMER STATION, ANT
2CP
MW
COOMA AUSTRALIA
2XA
MW
LEVIN NEW ZEALAND
3WL
MW
WARRNAMBOOL, AUS
5LC
MW
LEIGH CREEK S., AUS
AKASHVANI
MW
NAGERCOIL INDIA
AKASHVANI
MW
NAGPUR INDIA
AKASHVANI
MW
OTTACUMAND INDIA
AKASHVANI
MW
PATNA INDIA
AKASHVANI
MW
PUNE INDIA
AKASHVANI
MW
SHOLAPUR INDIA
AKASHVANI
MW
UTTARKASHI INDIA
AKASHVANI
MW
VARANASI INDIA
SPECIAL STATION FOR FOOTBALL MATCHES
MW
KILMARNOCK UK
SPECIAL STATION FOR FOOTBALL MATCHES
MW
LIVERPOOL UK
SPECIAL STATION FOR FOOTBALL MATCHES
MW
NORWICH UK
BBC RADIO KENT
MW
RUSTHALL UK
DZUP
MW
DILIMAN PHILIPPINES
EESTI RADIO
MW
VILJANDI ESTONIA
EGYPTIAN RADIO AND TV UNION
MW
EL DAKHLA EGYPT
EGYPTIAN RADIO AND TV UNION
MW
NAG HAMADI EGYPT
EGYPTIAN RADIO AND TV UNION
MW
SIWA EGYPT
EUSKO IRRATI TELEBISTA
MW
VITORIA SPAIN
GREEK RADIOP ERA
MW
KAVALA GREECE
GREEK RADIOP ERA
MW
KOZANI GREECE
GREEK RADIOP ERA
MW
SAMOS GREECE
HLQE
MW
SABUK RKO
HLQZ
MW
KUMSAN RKO
HRVATSKI RADIO
MW
BUJE CROATIA
HRVATSKI RADIO
MW
POZEGA CROATIA
HRVATSKI RADIO
MW
PULA CROATIA
HRVATSKI RADIO
MW
ZADAR CROATIA
ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN BROADCASTING
MW
IZANJAN IRAN
JUGOSLOVENSKA RADIOTELEVIZIJA
MW
DELNICE CROATIA
JUGOSLOVENSKA RADIOTELEVIZIJA
MW
GOSPIC CROATIA
JUGOSLOVENSKA RADIOTELEVIZIJA
MW SLAVONSKA-POZEGA CROATIA
NIPPON HOSO KYOKAI
MW
ASAHIKAWA JAPAN
NIPPON HOSO KYOKAI
MW
FUKUSHIMA JAPAN
NIPPON HOSO KYOKAI
MW
FUKUYAMA JAPAN
NIPPON HOSO KYOKAI
MW
KITAKYUSHU JAPAN
NIPPON HOSO KYOKAI
MW
KOFU JAPAN
OBX9B
MW
RIOJA PERU
POLSKIE RADIO S A
MW
LIDZBARK POLAND
POLSKIE RADIO S A
MW
RADOM POLAND
QATAR BROADCASTING SERVICE
MW
DOHA QATAR
RADIO ROSSII REG
MW
GAYNY RUSSIA
RADIO ROSSII REG
MW
NOVO-ILINSK
RADIO ROSSII REG
MW
UST-BARGUZIN RUSSIA
RADIO ST MAYAK
MW
KURILSK RUSSIA
RADIO ST MAYAK
MW
SEVERO-KURILSK, RUS
RADIO & TV CHINA
MW
JIANGSU CHINA
RADIO & TV CHINA
MW
JINGMEN CHINA
RADIODIFFUSION TELEVISION GABONAISE
MW
FRANCEVILLE GABON
RADIO-TELEVISION MALAGASY
MW ANTSINARNANA, MADAGASCAR
RADIOTELEVIZIJA CRNE GORE
MW
BUDVA MONTENEGRO
RADIOTELEVIZIJA CRNE GORE
MW
IVANGRAD MONTENEGRO
RADIOTELEVIZIJA CRNE GORE
MW
PLJEVLJA MONTENEGRO
RADIOTELEVIZIJA CRNE GORE
MW
SAVNIK MONTENEGRO
RADIOTELEVIZIJA CRNE GORE
MW
TIVAT MONTENEGRO
RADIOTELEVIZIJA SLOVENIJA
MW
KOBARID SLOVENIA
RADIOTELEVIZIJA SLOVENIJA
MW
ORMOZ SLOVENIA
RADIOTELEVIZIJA SRBIJE
MW
LESKOVAC SERBIA
RADIOTELEVIZIJA SRBIJE
MW
NEGOTIN SERBIA
RADIOTELEVIZIJA SRBIJE
MW
SJENICA SERBIA
RADIO VITORIA
MW
VITORIA SPAIN
RAI-RADIOTELEVISIONE ITALIANA
MW BOLZANO & 6 OTHER SITES IN ITALY
RAI-RADIOTELEVISIONE ITALIANA
MW
CALGIARI ITALY
Pagina 55
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1602.00
RTEC
MW
BURIRAM THAILAND
1602.00
RTEC
MW NORTH SI THAMMARAT, THA
1602.00
SOCIEDAD ESPANOLA DE RADIODIFUSION
MW
CARTAGENA SPAIN
1602.00
SOCIEDAD ESPANOLA DE RADIODIFUSION
MW
LINARES SPAIN
1602.00
SOCIEDAD ESPANOLA DE RADIODIFUSION
MW
LUGO SPAIN
1602.00
SOCIEDAD ESPANOLA DE RADIODIFUSION
MW ONTENIENTE-ONTINYENT, E
1602.00
SOCIEDAD ESPANOLA DE RADIODIFUSION
MW
SEGOVIA SPAIN
1602.00
SRI LANKA BROADCASTING CORP.
MW MAHIYANGANA SRI LANKA
1602.00
SUDAN NATIONAL BROADCASTING CORP.
MW
AL-UBAYYID SUDAN
1602.00
UKRAYINSKO RADIO
MW DNIPROPETROVSK, UKR BBC RELAY
1602.00
UKRAYINSKO RADIO
MW
LUHANSK UKRAINE
1602.00
UKRAYINSKO RADIO
MW
SEVASTOPOL UKRAINE
1602.00
UKRAYINSKO RADIO
MW UZHOROD UKRAINE
BBC RELAY
1602.00
ZD8VR
MW ASCENSION ISLANS USAF AFRTS
1602.00
ZLXA
MW
LEVIN NEW ZEALAND //3935
1605.00
HCJP2
MW
PLAYAS ECUADOR
1606.00
3A
AMB
KIMEK NWT CANADA
1606.00
M2
AMB ROCHE POINT, NWT, CAN
1606.00
SRE
AMB
SUCRE BOLIVIA
1606.25
2IQ
MF
ST ADOLPHE D'HOWARD, QU, CAN
1607.00
ASTERAS PILIIOS
PIR
??? GREECE
1607.00
CB161
MW
RENCA CHILE
1607.00
RADIO BARONES
PIR
???NETHERLANDS
1607.00
??
AMB
ASCENSION ISLAND
1608.00
DHJ59
MAR WIHELMSHAVEN GER RTTY
1608.00
PCH86
AMB SCHEVENINGEN, NLDS
1608.00
TA
UNID
???
1609.00
GKQ
MF
??? USA
1609.00
GNF
AMB
NORTH FORELAND UK
1609.10
RADIO JESSICA
PIR
??? NETHERLANDS
1609.50
GPK
AMB
PORTPATRICK UK
1609.50
LGB
AMB
ROGALAND
NORWAY
1609.50
LGF-2
AMB
ROGALAND
NORWAY
1610.00
AMAZONIOS
PIR
PELLA GREECE
1610.00
ATLANTIC SUNSET UNDERGROUND RADIO
PIR
HOLLYWOOD CA USA
1610.00
BWK
MF
BERWICK PA USA
1610.00
CARIBBEAN BEACON
MW
THE VALLEY ANGUILLA
1610.00
IRINIKOS
PIR
THESSALONIKI GREECE
1610.00
KALT
MW
ATLANTA TX USA
APLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1610.00
RADIO HOLLAND INTERNATIONAL
PIR
??? NETHERLANDS
1610.00
RADIO SPANNINGZOEKER
PIR
???NETHERLANDS
1610.00
RADIO TROPICAL
MW
LAMPA CHILE
1610.00
RADIO TROPICALE
MW
??? HAITI
1610.00
TDA
AMB
TRINADAD COLOMBIA
1610.00
WCCB
MW
CLARION UNIVERSITY
OF PENN. PA USA
CARRIER CURRENT STATION
1610.00
WCIR
MW
CENTRAL ISLIP NY USA
CARRIER CURRENT STATION
1610.00
WCKS
MW
ALLENDALE MI USA
CARRIER CURRENT STATION
1610.00
WMTV
PIR
??? FL USA
1610.00
WOWL
MW
BOCA RATON FL USA
CARRIER CURRENT STATION
1610.00
WUPJ
MW
JOHNSTOWN PA USA
CARRIER CURRENT STATION
1610.00
X-FILES RADIO
MW
HOLLYWOOD CA USA
1610.08
MB
MF
GLACIER WA USA
1611.00
GB RADIO
MW DICKINSON CHILTERN, AUS
1611.00
LGB TLX
AMB
ROGALAND NORWAY
1611.00
RADIO FAX
PIR
??? ENGLAND
1611.00
RADIO NOOITGEDACHT
PIR
??? NETHERLANDS
1611.00
VATICAN RADIO
MW
VATACAN CITY
1611.00
???
MW
ALTONA AUSTRALIA
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1611.00
???
MW
BARTON/CANBERRA
AUSTRALIA
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1611.00
???
MW
CANBERRA AUSTRALIA
Pagina 56
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APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1611.00
???
MW
GEELONG AUSTRALIA
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1611.00
???
MW
GRAHAM/MORAYFIELD
AUSTRALIA APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1611.00
???
MW
HORSHAM AUSTRALIA
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1611.00
???
MW
WILETTON AUSTRALIA
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1611.00
???
MW
WINGFIELD AUSTRALIA
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1611.00
???
MW
WOODBERRY AUSTRALIA
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1611.50
GLD3
AMB
LANDS END UK
1611.50
LGF-3
AMB
ROGALAND
NORWAY
1612.00
DHS
AMB
RUGEN GERMANY
1612.00
GHD2
AMB
HEBRIDES UK
1612.00
KA83407
FB
1612.00
RM596
FB
1612.50
GKR1
AMB
WICK
SCOTLAND
1613.00
GPK
AMB
PORTPATRICK UK
1613.00
NH
MF
MONROEVILLE NJ USA
1613.00
OXZ
AMB
LYNGBY DENMARK
1613.00
RAB
AMB
RABINAL GUATEMALA
1613.00
RADIO PELIKAN
PIR
??? NETHERLANDS
VARIABLE 1613 TO 1619
1613.00
RADIO NOVA
PIR
??? NETHERLANDS
1613.00
ZS?
AMB
ST HELENA ISLAND
1613.00
???
AMB
GIBRALTAR
1614.00
GNK1
AMB
NORWICK UK
1614.00
INX
AMB
FT RUCKER AL USA
1614.00
KA89948
FB
1614.00
RADIOEMISORAS LA BRISA
MW
LAMPA CHILE
1614.00
STATION FOR SOLDIERS ON DUTY
MW
??? NORTH KOREA
1614.50
GKR2
AMB
WICK SCOTLAND
1615.00
FREE RADIO 1615
PIR
??? USA
1615.00
GCC1
AMB
CULLERCOATS ENGLAND
1615.00
HQ508
FB
1615.00
KA83348
FB
1615.00
MIL
AMB
QUINCEMIL PERU
1615.00
NZ
AMB NADZAB PAPUA NEW GUINEA
1615.00
OR
AMB
OHURA NEW ZEALAND
1615.00
RADIO BARONES
PIR
??? NETHERLANDS
1615.00
WCPR
PIR
NEW YORK NY USA
1615.00
3
AMB MACKENZIE DELTA NWT, CAN
1615.50
PCH87
AMB
SCHEVENINGEN, NLDS
1616.00
FREE RADIO 1616
PIR
NEW YORK NY USA
1616.00
KPRC
PIR
NEW YORK NY USA
1616.00
RADIO KRI
PIR
??? NETHERLANDS
1616.00
REBEL MUSIC RADIO
PIR
NEW YORK NY ??? USA
1616.00
VOICE OF TOMORROW
PIR
LYNCHBURG VA ??? USA
1617.00
GND1
AMB
STONEHAVEN UK
1617.00
RADIO NOORGEDACHT
PIR
??? NETHERLANDS
VARIABLE 1613 TO 1619
1618.00
5Q
AMB PENNY STRAIT NWT CANADA
1618.00
COE
AMB CACHOEIRO DO ITAPEMIRIM BRAZIL
1618.00
HIV
UNID
1618.00
KA90013
FB
1618.00
YPT
AMB
IPATINGA BRAZIL
1618.20
???
PIR
??? NETHERLANDS
1619.00
JYO
AMB
AQABA JORDAN
1619.00
OH
MF ELGIN MILLS ON CANADA
1619.00
RADIO STORMVOGEL
PIR
??? NETHERLANDS
1619.40
AM 1620
PIR
??? CA USA
1619.50
PCH85
AMB SCHEVENINGEN R., NLDS
1619.90
???
PIR
??? NORTHWESTERN USA
1620.00
1RPH
MW
CANBERRA AUSTRALIA
1620.00
2AM \ TOURIST RADIO
MW
SYDNEY AUSTRALIA
Pagina 57
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1620.00
4 ADR \ AUSTRALIAN DANCE RADIO
MW
1620.00
7RPH
MW
1620.00
ADIKIMENOS
PIR MALGRA
1620.00
CEP
AMB
1620.00
EUX
AMB
1620.00
FRECUENCIA MUSICAL AM
MW
1620.00
GK
MF
1620.00
GREEK RADIOP -ERA
MW
1620.00
K2DX
PIR
1620.00
KA2XAU
EXP
1620.00
KBIR
PIR
1620.00
KECN
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1620.00
KHRT
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1620.00
KJCK
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1620.00
KLAM
PIR
1620.00
KOLD
PIR
1620.00
KRIZ
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1620.00
KUTE (UNIVERSITY OF UTAH)
MW
USA
CARRIER CURRENT STATION
1620.00
KVRG
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1620.00
LO03
FB
1620.00
MONAHIKO AGORI
PIR
1620.00
PIRATE RADIO NEW ENGLAND
PIR
1620.00
RADIO ANGELINE
PIR
1620.00
RADIO BAANBREAKER
PIR
1620.00
RADIO FREE YBOR
PIR
1620.00
RADIO INTERNATIONAL
MW
1620.00
RADIO NEWYORK INTERNATIONAL
PIR
1620.00
RADIO SPANNINZOEGER
PIR
1620.00
RADIO UNIVERSIDAD DE BUENOS AIRES
MW
1620.00
RHYTHM RADIO
PIR
1620.00
SBT
AMB
1620.00
TASOS
PIR
1620.00
WART
PIR
1620.00
WCPR
PIR
1620.00
WDX
PIR
1620.00
WENJ
PIR
1620.00
WFAT
PIR
1620.00
WGYJ
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1620.00
WHLY
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1620.00
WHOT
PIR
1620.00
WHVL
PIR
1620.00
WJDI
PIR
1620.00
WJRZ
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1620.00
WKLX
PIR
1620.00
WKND
PIR
1620.00
WKZQ
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1620.00
WMCR
MW
CARRIER CURRENT STATION
1620.00
WMVL
PIR
1620.00
WPBS
PIR
1620.00
WRIU (RHODE ISLAND UNIVERSITY)
MW
CARRIER CURRENT STATION
1620.00
WRMR
PIR
1620.00
WRRA
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1620.00
WTAW
MW
STATION-BYRAN TX USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED
1620.00
WWW
PIR
Pagina 58
NERANG AUSTRALIA
HOBART AUSTRALIA
THESSALONIKI, GRC
CONCEPCION BOLIVIA
ALASKA USA
QUIMBAYA COLOMBIA
KAILUA HI USA
IERAPETRA GREECE
??? USA
LEBANON PA USA
??? USA
BLACKFOOT ID USA
MINOT ND USA
JUNCTION CITY KS
DIGHTON MA USA
??? USA
RENTON WA USA
SALT LAKE CITY UT
SOLEDAD CA USA
IMATHIA GREECE
??? CT USA
NEW YORK NY??? USA
??? NETHERLANDS
TAMPA FL USA
VERONA ITALY
OFF LONG IS. NY USA
??? NETHERLANDS
BUENOS AIRES, ARG
??? USA
SABANA DE TORRES, COL
NAOUSA GREECE
EASTERN??? USA
NEW YORK NY ??? USA
??? CT USA
??? NJ USA
NEW YORK NY USA
ATMORE AL USA
SOUTH BEND IN USA
NEW YORK NY USA
HENDERSONVILLE NC USA
COTTEKILL NY USA
TOMS RIVER NJ
ROCHESTER NY USA
WINDSOR CT USA
MYRTLE BEACH SC USA
WESTMINSTER MD USA
WHITE PLAINS NY USA
TRENTON NJ USA
KINGSTON IR USA
MONTICELLO NY USA
FREDERIKSTED VI USA
COLLEGE
BAND
??? USA
WUN-v03
1620.00
ZEPPELIN RADIO
PIR
??? USA
1620.00
???
MW
MANLY/BRISBANE
AUSTRALIA
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1620.00
???
MW
OSBORNE PARK
AUSTRALIA APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1620.00
???
MW
QUEANBEYAN AUSTRALIA
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1620.60
VOICE OF THE RAINBOW
PIR
??? USA
1621.00
FM816
FB
1622.00
KASTANO AGORI
PIR
IMATHIA GREECE
1622.00
KPF-941
PIR
YONKERS NY USA
1622.00
L003
FB
1622.00
MONTE CARLO
PIR
??? GREECE
1622.00
WJZ-TV
REL
WASHINGTON DC USA
1622.50
FK44
FB
1623.00
8W004
FB
1623.00
8W104
FB
1623.00
8W904
FB
1623.00
9W004
FB
1623.00
A354
FB
1623.00
B119
FB
1623.00
FAM
AMB FAZENDA AMALIA BRAZIL
1623.00
GNY
AMB GURNEY, MILNE BAY PAPUA NEW GUINEA
1623.00
HUM
AMB
HUMAITA BRAZIL
1623.00
PP
AMB
ORIXIMINA BRAZIL
1623.00
PTT
AMB PORTO TROMBETAS BRAZIL
1624.00
9W004
FB
1624.00
RAQ
AMB
ALASKA USA
1625.00
8W004
FB
1625.00
JR
MF WEST HARTFORD CT USA
1625.00
LAS VEGAS
PIR
PIERIA GREECE
1625.00
PAT
AMB
PASTAZA
ECUADOR
1625.00
RADIO CONFUSION
PIR
???USA
1625.00
RADIODIFFUSION EXPERIMENTAL CHRISTIANA MW
MAIPU CHILE
VARIABLE TO 1630
1625.00
RFM
PIR
??? USA
1625.00
T
AMB
HARTWINTON CT
USA
1625.00
TIKL
AMB SAN JOSE COSTA RICA
1625.00
WKUE
PIR
??? USA
1625.00
ZUI
AMB
ASCAZUBI
ECUADOR
1625.25
A
MF
ADELANTO CA USA
1626.00
8W004
FB
1626.00
A356
FB
1626.00
A357
FB
1626.00
PANTAS
PIR
MALGARA GREECE
1626.00
PARANOMOS
PIR
??? GREECE
1626.00
RADIO 8
PIR
??? GREECE
1626.00
V2
AMB YELLOWKNIFE NWT CANADA
1627.00
3F
AMB AXEL HEIBERG IS NWT CANADA
1627.00
9W307
FB
1627.00
9W308
FB
1627.00
A358
FB
1627.00
KA83412
FB
1627.00
NPA
AMB
CARACARA BRAZIL
1627.00
SAC
AMB
SAO CARLOS BRAZIL
1628.00
8W108
FB
1628.00
WHOT
PIR
NEW YORK NY USA
1629.00
2RPH
MW
SYDNEY AUSTRALIA
1629.00
3RPH
MW
MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA
1629.00
A359
FB
1629.00
KA83865
FB
1629.00
ZE
UNID ?? USA ALSO LISTED AS ZT
1629.00
???
MW
HOLMVIEW AUSTRALIA
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1629.00
???
MW
PARKVILLE AUSTRALIA
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1629.00
???
MW
WILLIAMSTOWN NORTH
AUSTRALIA
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
Pagina 59
WUN-v03
1629.00
FOOTSCRAY COMMUNITY RADIO
MW
FOOTSCRAY AUSTRALIA
1629.00
HOSPITAL RADIO NETWORK
MW
NEWCASTLE AUSTRALIA
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1630.00
9W211
FB
1630.00
EROTIKOS
PIR
VERIA GREECE
1630.00
KA2XAH
EXP
NORFOLK VA USA
1630.00
KCJJ
MW
IOWA CITY IA USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1630.00
KHVN
MW
FORT WORT TX USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1630.00
KSHY
MW
FOX FARM WY USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1630.00
KSVE
MW
EL PASO TX USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1630.00
KXBT
MW
VALLEJO CA USA
1630.00
MAKIS
PIR
IMATHIA GREECE
1630.00
RADIODIFFUSION EXPERIMENTAL EVANGELICA MW
LO PRADO CHILE
1630.00
RFM
PIR
??? USA
1630.00
T
UNID
1630.00
TA PEDIA TI NIHTAS
PIR
HALASTRA
THESSALONIKI GREECE
1630.00
TM
AMB TAUMARUNUI NEW ZEALAND
1630.00
VOICE OF FUBAR
PIR
??? USA
1630.00
WGUT
PIR
NEW YORK AREA USA
1630.00
WJTS
PIR
JACKSONVILLE FL USA
1630.00
WRDW
MW
AUGUSTA GA USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1630.00
WUSB
MW
STONY BROOK NY USA
STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
1630.64
IE
MF
LANCASTER IL USA
1631.00
8W011
FB
1631.00
8W911
FB
1631.00
9W221
FB
1631.00
B230
FB
1631.00
KA90029
FB
1631.00
RADIO ALCHEMY
PIR
??? USA
1631.40
TI
MF
KINGMAN AZ
USA
1631.50
A
MF
CLEVELAND NC USA
1632.00
9W231
FB
1632.00
OKT
AMB TABUBIL PAPUA NEW GUINEA
1632.20
DAW
MF
??? SC USA
1633.00
8W133
FB
1633.00
A363
FB
1633.00
B230
FB
1633.00
GA900
FB
1633.00
KA90029
FB
1633.50
R
MF
HARDEEVILLE SC USA
1634.00
8W111
FB
1634.00
8W114
FB
1634.00
9W214
FB
1634.00
9W329
FB
1634.00
A364
FB
1634.00
B130
FB
1634.00
SKQ
AMB
FORT RUCKER AL USA
1635.00
6Q
AMB
SAINVILLE
NWT
CANADA
1635.00
A216
FB
1635.00
E111
FB
1635.00
F366
FB
1635.00
FFU
MAR
BREST-LE-CONQUET
FRANCE
1635.00
H181
FB
1635.00
K454
FB
1635.00
KA85066
FB
1635.00
LMC
AMB
LIMONCOCHA
ECUADOR
1635.00
ORI
AMB
ORITO COLUMBIA
1635.00
R
UNID
??? USA
1635.00
ROK
AMB
ALASKA
USA
Pagina 60
WUN-v03
1636.00
A216
FB
1636.00
A217
FB
1636.00
A366
FB
1636.00
B120
FB
1636.00
RGQ
MF
??? PA USA
1636.30
RADIO
NOOITGEDACT
PIR
??? NETERLANDS
1637.00
9W214
FB
1637.00
A208
FB
1637.00
A216
FB
1637.00
A217
FB
1637.00
A35
FB
1637.00
B230
FB
1637.00
I55
FB
1637.00
RADIO BARONES
PIR
??? NETHERLANDS
1637.60
NH
MF
MONROEVILLE NJ USA
1637.93
RR
MF
SAN RAFAEL CA USA
UNTIL MAY 1996
1638.00
A366
FB
1638.00
KA85033
FB
1638.00
L448
FB
1638.00
L449
FB
1638.00
LBR
AMB
LABREA BRAZIL
1638.00
N733
FB
1638.00
N773
FB
1638.00
OHG
AMB
HELSINKI
FINLAND
1638.00
P209
FB
1638.00
RADIO BARONES
PIR
??? NETHERLANDS
1638.00
RADIO TOEKOMOST
PIR
??? NETHERLANDS
1638.00
TPQ
AMB
TAPURQUARA BRAZIL
1638.00
URC
AMB
URCOS PERU
1638.00
???
MW
FERNY CREEK
AUSTRALIA APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1638.00
RADIO LEBANON AUSTRALIA
MW
CASTLE HILL
AUSTRALIA
1638.30
SEA
MF
WARM SPRINGS GA USA
1638.75
0KVL
MF
NORTH BRANCH MN USA
1639.00
9W219
FB
1639.00
A216
FB
1639.00
C101
FB
1639.00
PX
MF
BERLIN MD USA
1639.00
RD
MF
BERLIN MD USA
1639.00
UNID
PIR
??? USA
1639.90
KWZZ GREENACRES
PIR
??? SPOKANE WA USA
1639.90
KWJC
PIR
GREENACRES WA USA
MENTIONS OF 1640 AM AND 105.2 FM
1640.00
BLACK GOSPEL POWERHOUSE
PIR
??? USA
1640.00
DAW
MF
GREER SC USA
1640.00
EW
UNID
1640.00
KCRC
MW
ENID OK USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1640.00
KKSL
MW
LAKE OSWEGO OR USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1640.00
KLXX
MW
BISMARK/MANDAN ND
USA APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1640.00
KOQO
MW
CLOVIS NM USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1640.00
KURV
MW
EDINBURG TX USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1640.00
KWFM
MW
TUSCON AZ USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1640.00
KXBT
MW
VALLEJO CA USA
1640.00
RADIO BARONES
PIR
??? NETHERLANDS
1640.00
RADIO DEVIL
PIR HALASTRA THESSALONKI, GRC
1640.00
RADIO LA CUMBRE
MW
PENALOLEN CHILE
1640.00
SJV
AMB
SAN JAVIER BOLIVIA
1640.00
WGOD
MW
ST HOMAS U S VIRGIN
ISLANDS APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1640.00
WHQW
PIR
??? USA
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1640.00
WKSH
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1640.00
WMYM
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1640.00
WNOO
RELAY OF STATION WNOO 1260 KHZ
1640.00
WSYD
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1640.00
WTRY
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1640.00
WVMI
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1640.30
R
1640.70
EDJ
MW
SUSSEX WI USA
MW
COCOA FL USA
PIR
CHATTANOOGA TN
MW
MOUNT AIRY NC USA
MW
TROY NY USA
MW
BILOXI MS USA
MF
MF
SAN JOSE CA USA
STONE MOUNTAIN GA USA
(end of part 1)
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This is quite a list! We will continue in our next installment. Until then,
keep those fingers on your tuning knobs.
73 es gud DX, de
George, N2OWO
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Alex Wellner's interesting article about DX-ing Papua New Guinea, a report
about my visit to Radio Kootwijk and a article about the Datatrak tracking
system. I hope you'll like it. Enjoy!
Radio Kootwijk
-------------With this article, I'd like to honour Holland's most famous ute radio site.
Together with several other members of the Benelux DX-Club, I recently
visited Radio Kootwijk and got a 3 hour tour. It was great!
In the early 1900's the Netherlands' government depended on England for
their comms with colony 'Nederlands Indiā€°' (Dutch Indies, now Indonesia)
as they used the English communications cable to the Far East. Because of
the Boer war, the British excercised heavy censure on the traffic on that
cable which was unacceptable for the Dutch government. The Dutch then
decided to look for an alternative and in 1905 the Deutsch-Niederlaendische
Telegraphen Gesellschaft was established. This company operated the MenadoYap-Guam cable which was connected to to the American cable that ran between
the USA and the Philippines, but this didn't work out as expected and in
1913 a wireless connection was proposed. Forced by the situation in World
War I (the German cables were destroyed), the Dutch government finally
agreed to the proposal in 1917 and Telefunken was contracted to build a LW
transmitter like the one the Germans used in Nauen.
Now the transmitter was being build, the next thing to do was to build a
home for it. As the architect had no idea what a LW transmitter was and
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how big it was, he created a building as big as a cathedral. It even looks
like one! As there were no other concrete buildings of that size, this was
also a new experience for the builders. Because the building is an architectural tour de force, it is now a national monument. In front of the main
building is a large pond that was used to cool down the transmitter. Another
landmark is the water tower, a huge building with a flash light on top to
warn the aircraft for the antenna masts. After all, the aircraft flew quite
low in those days. It is a bit odd when you see a enormous lighthouse in the
middle of moorland and woods, more than 100 km away from the coast. Oh BTW,
the huge antenna on the main building had a nickname. It was called 'Lange
Gerrit' (Long Gerry) because the LW masts were more than 200 metres high.
There is also a village called 'Radio Kootwijk', built in the 20's for the
folks who worked at the station.
While the transmitter site was built in Kootwijk, the antenna's for the
reception of the signals from the Dutch Indies, were erected in Boxmeer.
The two transmitter sites in Indonesia were on mount Malabar and on the
high grounds at Tjililin, both near Bandoeng. Unfortunately the Telefunken
transmitter was a flop and the engineers at Kootwijk decided to build their
own transmitter. On 18 January 1923, on a frequency of 35.7 kHz, Indonesia
copied the first test transmissions from Kootwijk. During the day they
transmitted with only 15kW while 120kW was used at night because a Rumanian
station was causing interference. 7 May 1923 marked the date when the first
service between Holland and Indonesia went on the air for government messages
only. This was followed by a RTTY service in 1925. In the mean time short
wave radio was 'invented' and amateurs proved that with simple gear worldwide
communication was possible on SW, while the service on LW suffered from all
kinds of interference and the reception was often very poor. Soon (7 Aug
1925) the first SW transmitter entered Kootwijk and the LW transmissions were
discontinued but the facility was not dismantled. During World War II, the
Germans gratefully used the LW transmitters to send messages to their
submarines. As a gesture of their gratitude they blew up the whole LW antenna
site at the end of the war and Lange Gerrit went down, never to be replaced.
After the war the LW transmitter was dismantled and SW became the new magical
word at Kootwijk. The site remained a major communications link here in
Holland, being used by the government and the PTT (who owns the place). The
KLM used Kootwijk as home for their LDOC till mid-1996 and all SW
transmissions from Scheveningen Radio still come from Kootwijk.
Scheveningen's receiving site is located near Nederhorst-den-Berg. In
case of a nuclear war, Kootwijk can go underground. There is a complete
underground, nuclear proof, transmitter building. In order to keep the
equipment in good condition, all underground transmitters are in normal
operation and are daily on the air. Except for the transmitter and power
generator rooms, there are sanitary facilities, a kitchen, a dormitory
and an infirmary.
So what's next? Well, if everything works out as planned, Kootwijk will go
back to its roots. Yes folks, a new radio station from the Netherlands on LW,
called Delta Radio 171, was announced last year. Just like the HAARP project,
here too people fear radiation from the planned 2 MegaWatt transmitters. For
the moment Delta asked for a temporary license for a 75 kW test transmitter.
When the project succeeds, 4 antenna masts of 320 meter high will be erected
in Kootwijk. The owners of Delta Radio is an Anglo-Dutch syndicate who want
to broadcast pop-music on 171 kHz. It has to compete with the successful
RTL/RTE station Atlantic 252.
Finally, the Kootwijk
4217.0
4250.0
8794.0
12585.0
13131.0
16826.5
19758.0
22383.0
SW freqs of Scheveningen Radio:
4369.0
6504.0
8429.5
8622.0
12596.5
12799.5
13095.0
13113.0
16839.0
17199.0
17347.0
17356.0
22682.0
22708.0
22789.0 kHz
GMT vs UTC
---------''What is the difference between GMT and UTC?''; a question that pops up
every now and then. Well, the answer is quite simple actually.
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Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) is a 24 hour astronomical time system based on the
local time at Greenwich, England. GMT can be considered equivalent to
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). However, by international agreement, the
term UTC is recommended for all general timekeeping applications, and use
of the term GMT is discouraged.
In 1970 the Coordinated Universal Time system was devised by an international advisory group of technical experts within the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). The ITU felt it was best to designate a single
abbreviation for use in all languages in order to minimize confusion. Since
unanimous agreement could not be achieved on using either the English word
order, CUT, or the French word order, TUC, a compromise of using neither,
UTC, was adopted.
I guess that NIST's Time and Frequency Services are known to virtually every
dxer in the world. NIST has distributed time and frequency info to the
general public since 1923, when radio station WWV went on the air. Today,
NIST broadcasts time and frequency information over a number of mediums,
incl. HF and LF radio signals, UHF satellite signals, telephone lines, and
the Internet. These broadcast services provide traceable, accurate time to
millions of users every year. NIST also offers a freq. measurement service
that uses the Global Positioning System (GPS) to calibrate frequency
standards.
o WWV, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA
2.5 MHz, 2.5 kW
5.0 MHz, 10 kW
15.0 MHz, 10 kW
20.0 MHz, 2.5 kW
10.0 MHz, 10 kW
o WWVH, Kauai, Hawaii
2.5 MHz, 5 kW
15.0 MHz, 10 kW
10.0 MHz, 10 kW
5.0 MHz, 10 kW
o WWVB, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA
60 kHz, 13 kW
<source: NIST>
Datatrak / Track-back
--------------------Since I stumbled over a couple of freqs with signals who were alien to me,
I wanted to find out what I heard. After a quest of several months I found
the answer. It is called.... DATATRAK.
Datatrak is an Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) system developped by the
Securicor Group Plc. It was originally designed to locate Securicor's own
armored vehicles. The rapid growth in demand over the last few years has
been brought about by the fundamental changes in other areas of the economy.
Manufacturers and distributors need to be aware of where their consignments
are at all times. Datatrak is now also operational in the Netherlands and
it is expected that South Africa, Argentina, Belgium, Germany and France
will follow soon.
So, how does it work? Navigation coverage is provided by a network of time
synchronized navigation stations transmitting low frequency signals on a
time shared basis. The freq range is 125 to 150 kHz. By using low freqs,
coupled with advanced time shared transmission techniques, high accuracy
uninterrupted coverage is provided in all terrains.
The number of stations in a network depends upon the area of coverage
required. Up to 24 stations can be deployed, but accurate coverage over an
area up to 25,000 km2 can be provided using as little as 4 stations. In the
UK network 13 stations provide high accuracy coverage for 95% of all vehicle
movements, from open countryside into the heart of major cities.
The LF transmitters around the country are used to provide a positional
fix, with the mobile units calculating their position from differences in
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the propagation delay from various transmitters. This position is then
encoded along with a short status message, and transmitted in the unit's
time-slot over the UHF band (ca. 460 MHz) to a network of approx. 120
receivers. The data transmissions are collected, and funnelled back to the
control centre over a landline network.
The mobile terminal incorporates a qwerty keyboard and is based around an
Intel 286 chip and 640x200 LCD display. This is able to handle forms data
in a two-way fashion, with data that is entered at the control centre
appearing on the in-vehicle terminal almost simultaneously - a time-saving
application that is currently being used by ambulance services in the West
of England.
Every 1.68 second the locator unit receives an update and gives the precise
location of the vehicle to within 20 metres. All base stations within range
also receive the HF signals since they include a unique coding signal which
enables both the base stations and the vehicles to precisely time synchronize
to the network clock. This coded clock info enables all elements of the system to operate on a strict time shared basis and ensures optimum usage of
the allocated LF and UHF freqs. The coding signals also includes a complex
security key which makes it impossible for unauthorized users to decode the
LF transmissions. In addition the vehicle's identity is only determined once
the data has been received at the base station. This technique has particular
benefits for efficiency and security.
At regular intervals the vehicle position and status info is transmitted
on a high speed UHF radio link to all base stations within range. The rate
at which the vehicle position is transmitted ranges from several seconds to
thirty minutes depending upon the application and customer requirements. For
most applications, a reporting rate of 1 to 2 minutes is used. Special provisions are made for alarm reports so that in an emergency a message is
transmitted as soon as it is raised, overriding the normal interval. The
data transmitted from the vehicle will normally be received by more than one
base station. This ensures a high degree of network reliability and security
because if one base station fails to receive the vehicle data correctly,
another automatically provides a back-up.
Datatrak's sister is called 'Track-Back'(its shipping variant is called
'Track-Back Marine'). The system is a so called EATS, Event Activated
Tracking System, which basically operates in the same way as Datatrak does.
There is however one significant difference; the locator is under normal
circumstances NOT active, so that the vehicle cannot be followed by the
system. The locator will be activated in a emergency situation, triggered
by either a sensor or manually by the driver. After the locator has been
activated it transmits the vehicle's position, speed and heading every
1.68 second.
Freqs, signal and equipment.
o Datatrak transmissions have been noted on the following LF freqs in pairs
of 2 stations: 131.75, 132.25, 132.85, 133.25, 144.65 and 146.45 kHz.
Note: the frequencies were not supplied by Securicor.
o Transmission speed is 49.75 baud.
o A scope readout shows a long burst of 8 reversals followed by two blocks
of 3 each reversals. There is no signal between the blocks. Note the
alternate pattern between each long block; ie two separate single reversal
blocks alternating with two separate triple reversal blocks between successive long blocks.
o A navigation transmitting station consists of 5 units; the 53 metre guyed
LF antenna, top dressed for increased efficiency. Buried copper ground
plane extends 100 metres in all directions from the antenna base. It is
protected against lighting strike by a gas filled spark gap. The total
site area is 5 hectares. Further the antenna tuning coil. Then there is
the LF transmitting equipment, consisting of a.o. a transceiver, atomic
frequency standard, dual power amps. Modem links enable stations to be
monitored and controlled remotely from a single station. And finally the
power supply plus battery back-up.
o The vehicle set-up consists of a combined LF/UHF antenna, a locator unit
with integrated LF receiver and UHF transmitter. Further a status keypad
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and a message unit.
o Base stations are equipped with a multi purpose active antenna, a duelled
LF antenna and a VHF/UHF antenna linked to the receiver. Modem links pass
vehicle data to the Regional Computer Centre (RCC). From there the data
is passed on to the User Logging and Display Computer.
o A Control Centre monitors the whole navigation network; vehicle, RCC and
LF stations.
o LF transmitter sites are yet unknown. One of them is believed to be near
Llandaff in Wales. The LF sites in the Netherlands are in N.E. Groningen,
N.W. Noord Holland (near Den Helder), E. Overijssel (near the German
border), W. Schouwen and S.E. Zuid Limburg.
I'd like to thank Securicor Datatrak Europe for their kind co-operation and
Vaino Lehtoranta and Day Watson for lending an ear and gear.
Utility Round-up
---------------o Police on HF, pt.4 will be published next month.
o Pat O'Shea ([email protected]) heard an unid transmission on 4.686 kHz USB
at 17.10 UTC. Reference was made to "sending out a recovery patrol" and
refs to "4a.12364" and "b.122". He sez that this freq was active last
year with traffic in the Western Sahara. Could this be UN activity???
Well, it is possible, Pat. Has anyone more info?
o Another unid was supplied by Maarten van Delft. As Maarten has no e-mail
address, you may send your answer to me <[email protected]>. The station
uses callsign ZMS and was copied at 07.45 UTC on 10.278 kHz in USB. The
callup ''ZMS calling Romeo Base'' was not successful, Romeo Base did
not answer. The callsign indicates New Zealand but so far I was unable
to trace it. Who has the answer?
o Russian military stuff. Costas Krallis also sent us info for the Ute
Round-up. He writes that the Russian station on 3067 kHz is still very
active. The station hops to other freqs from time to time. In March last
year it appeared on 3088 kHz. The daytime freq was 5146 kHz but (probably)
due to the poor conditions it left this freq after a few weeks. We didn't
spot a new daytime freq yet. Here is a sample message from the station:
JYIU JYIU JYIU DE
JYIU JYIU JYIU DE
76 20 22235 =
861 JYIU =
QOAXY ACEZL DRARG
CHRGF NUPZD UQYHZ
JPZJB HNORP FJOBG
CJQSE OWZPQ =
SKQF K
5KQF 5KQF QTC 762 AR
5KQF 5KQF QTC
WTDBM RNOVF GPMTL
GPRTU CYFGD HBJXZ
MTJGM AIQYA PNISW
5KQF is the callsign for the master station
JIYU is a collective callsign; after sending a message, the master
contacts each station for corrections etc. All callsigns are 4
character mixed letter/figures and change daily.
76
is the message number; incremented by one for each new message.
20
is the group count. The groups consist either of letters
(5LG's)or of figures (5FG's), but never mixed.
2
is the date of the month
2223 is the time, UTC+3 (Note: given time vs UTC may differ. It depends
on the target area. See next message. -Ary-)
Here is another message with 5f groups, received on 1 Nov. 20.45 UTC.
NMJV NMJV NMJV DE WNJ7 WNJ7 QTC 147 AR
NMJV NMJV NMJV DE WNJ7 WNJ7 QTC
73 28 1 2140 = (see what I mean? Time is now UTC+1 -Ary-)
147 NMJV =
72602 64043 23636 56125 74024 82561 01014 95109 01406 42516
86190 89628 40861 75131 28145 62805 21802 78924 92183 03646
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50327 31072 06571 01647 36169 80491 47386 38608
= WNJ7
o Mysterious "A2A" net <Costas Krallis>
There is a station using the callsign A2A in CW and an unidentified digital
mode. It has been around for many years. It was first reported to the WUN
Logs by letter by John Doe of London, UK last summer (published in the
September 1996 Newsletter). For the winter it has switched to 3183 kHz.
It starts with a "VVV VVV VVV QRA DE A2A QRA DE A2A QRA DE A2A" marker at
about 1800 UTC and later proceeds to radio checks with numerous trigraphs
like J8G, L5E, O2B, C2Y etc (all "letter-digit-letter"). It also passes
traffic in some unidentified digital mode. Whoizit???
o Turkish Navy TBU5. The Turkish Navy station TBU5 continuous to be active
on 4550.5 kHz CW with a VVV/QAP-marker for TBDJ (collective callsign for
all TN ships). Does anybody know its location? When did it show up for the
first time? If it showed up in 1996, then it is possibly the new TN base
at Marmaris.
o Jeff Jones reports the transmission of a football match on 7844 (LSB);
Dallas vs Carolina. Transmission stopped at halftime and re-started ca.
5 minutes into the second half. AFRTS or Feeder or ? Loud-and-clear.
<This is a USCG freq. As far as I know AFRTS is no longer on SW but it
is of course possible that an USCG operator relayed AFRTS or some other
BC station -Ary->
Numbers and oddities
-------------------o John Maky ([email protected]) is one of the most active numbers
monitors of our club, at least the one who REPORTS most stations. Here
is a selection of his logs:
4580 AM 0300 Thursday 12/12/96 The Russian Man in Russian
5238 AM 0200 Friday 12/13/96
The Counting Station in Spanish
6855 AM 0300 Friday 12/13/96
YL/SS rptg "Attencion 58555" etc
4478 AM 0400 Friday 12/13/96
YL/SS rptg "Attencion 58555" etc
6255 AM 0400 Friday 12/13/96
YL/SS 5FG
4028 AM 0500 Friday 12/13/96
YL/SS rptg "Attencion 96904" etc
11545//12603//13375 USB 1500 Friday 12/13/96 Lincolnshire Poacher
11545 USB 1600 Friday 12/13/96 Lincolnshire Poacher
6866.9 USB 1500 Sunday 1/5/97
OM/SS (live) slowly rptg "Attencion, Attencion, 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10",
then "Attencion, Attencion, Aire 2 Nuenta, Aire 2 Nuenta". At 1513, new
operator took over, talking much faster, and saying "Attencion" three
times, instead of twice. Broadcast ended at 1520. "Finals" have been
reported, however I didn't hear any on this particular broadcast. At
1525, broadcast resumed with the first slow talking operator. Transmission was considerably weaker, as if they turned their antenna. "Aire"
translates to air, however I have no idea about "Nuenta". Anybody have
any clues?
The complete list of John's numbers logs is published in WUN's Misc Logs
section. As you can see there is plenty activity, so let's hear from you!
Keep it coming John; great stuff.
o The buzzer on 4625 kHz. Yep, he is still there and there's still no clue
who it is. There are wacko stories like the one that tells that it is a
warning signal from the Tsjernobyl nuclear power plant. A couple of years
ago the signal was thought to originate from Belarus, near the Polish
border. Recent df's by different bodies pinpoint the station near Moscow.
This certainly rules Tsjernobyl out. Each burst is exactly one second,
between the bursts, irregular very short bursts (0,1 sec) occur. Whoever
it may be or whatever it's purpose is, here is an analysis of the signal.
The signal consists of a carrier of 32 channels of 125 Hz, the first
channels from the carrier are 300 Hz wide.
carrier
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|
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(16 x 125 Hz)
^
^
(16 x 125 Hz)
300 Hz
o Costas Krallis logged CW-numbers station VDE and sez 'This station shows
up regularly every evening at 1800 UTC on 3330 kHz with a VVV-marker and
5F groups (each group transmitted twice). It also shows up on 0700 UTC on
5310 kHz with the same marker but different message format.' (This is the
CW-sister of the '3-note oddity', Costas. -Ary-)
o New format SS/YL/5FG stations? Chris Smolinski reports: Starting the
1st of the year, I've been hearing what sounds like a new variation of
the SS/YL/5FG Numbers Station:
The preamble is uses "Atencion", but with *three* recipient address given,
such as: "Atencion 72302 51782 41592". This is repeated as usual, then the
first address is repeated five times, then right into the message, with no
count given. After the first message ends, the second address is given five
times, then the message. Same for the third. I didn't count, but based on
the time it took, and the YL's speed, I would guess the standard 150 count
for each message. Ends with two or three finals. (Tonight's ended with 2
1/2, the third got cut off!) Makes for a rather long broadcast, almost 50
minutes. Also, they've been starting late sometimes, either at 5 or 10
minutes past the hour.
The first time I heard this, I thought, wow, a lot of traffic to send. But
*all* the SS/YL numbers I've heard so far this year have been this format.
(OK, 1 1/2 days isn't a long time...)
Example:
6786, 0610 UTC, "Atencion 14311 89661 87991" SS/YL/5FG, 3 messages.
2 finals
6797, 0505 UTC, "Attencion 72302 51782 41592", into SS/YL/5FG msg. 2 1/2
finals heard, last one was cut off. Really booming in here
at S9+50dB. Can we say Remington?
Taking a look at all the preambles I've heard with the new format:
9238
0600
Atencion 46121 06471 78581
6786
0610
Atencion 14311 89661 87991
6797
0505
Atencion 72302 51782 41592
6768
0400
Atencion 59972 25462 97172
4479
0400
missed callup, last address was 11222
The last digit of each address is always the same for each broadcast
(and so far for each day too). Interesting?''
----Thanks for your input Chris! Who sez that numbers tracking can't be
interesting? How about it folks? Most number activity is reported from
the America's and Europe, how is the situation in Africa, Australia and
Asia? Let's hear what you copy over there, ok? CU next month. -Ary=== THE END ===
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Logs sent by e-mail (not posted over WUN)
Rick Baker, 1352 Cavalcade Dr, Austintown, Ohio 44515-3844
(utelis[email protected]) optional snail mail logs location
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Hello, and welcome to the second anniversary WUN Logs Column. This
column has grown significantly in the last two years; from 17 contributors
and approximently 1000 lines of logs, to 100 contributors this month with
almost 6200 lines of logs. Along the way, this column has grown into the
largest and most up-to-date source of Utility loggings available anywhere.
I would like to thank everyone who contributed to this month's column, as
well as any column in the past. Also, I wish to encourage all the members of
WUN to send in logs for future columns. If you are unable to send them via
e-mail, then send them via snail mail to Rick Baker (address listed above)
and we will include them in the next column. Also, if you wish to remain
anonymous, then send any logs to myself or Rick, and we will ensure your
anonymity. Let's continue to make this column grow!
This months column includes contributors from 20 countries on five
continents, with a total of over 450kb of logs. Included in this total is
159kb of Digital Logs, 91kb of Military Logs, 60kb of Civil Aero Logs, 56kb
of Misc Logs, and 38kb of Maritime Logs. New records for total contributors,
countries represented, and number of logs!
During the preparation of this column, I suffered a hard drive failure,
the second in four months, and may have lost some logs sent to me via e-mail.
While I believe that all of the files were eventually replaced, I want to
take this opportunity to apologize to anyone who was accidently left out of
this month's column, and to assure you that I have taken steps to guarantee
that this won't happen again. Please feel free to resend any lost logs, and
I'll be sure to give you credit for them in next month's column.
Next, I would like to welcome a new member of TEAM LOGS to the column.
Mark Schoonover - KA6WKE - formerly of the ASK WUN column has joined Team
Logs. WELCOME ABOARD, Mark! I am looking forward to working with him, and,
as with all of the TEAM LOGS members, I really appreciate the effort he'll
put forth to help with the column.
Lastly, I would like to introduce a new "feature" of the column: The
"LOG of the Month". This short section will be used to highlight one unusual
log from any of the sections. It will be the one log that really catches the
editor's attention as being out-of-the-ordinary and worthy of a little extra
recognition. This month's Log of the Month is from Alex Weller in Sydney,
Australia.
5090
Funafuti, Tuvalu 0820 USB calling Suva Fiji. Later wkg Suva. This is
a direct line between the two countries. I consider this log my best
in 10 years. First time ever hrd. (AW)
Now, with the introduction out of the way, on to the logs...
=CIVIL AERO=
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Gander 0518 USB wkg Icer? Selcal KQFG. At 0530, wkg SAM 714, Selcal
RFBP. (LB2) Gander Radio, NF, CAN (NAT-C MWARA) 0412 USB wkg CSA
053 w/posrep, 51N/40W at 0409, FL 350, est 51N/43W 0453, 51N/20W
next; at 0414 wkg Iceair 642 w/co msg. (RB)
Gander 0532 USB wkg Delta 22. (LB2)
(Sankt) Petersburg Meteo, RUS 0035 USB f RR Volmet h+35 (ANDL)
NCA-VOL 1958 USB in RR. (IT)
Air Force 2 0711 USB S.Maria/ARP ARMED 0710 F330 40N10W 0742
LISBON. (RD3) Air France 347 0637 USB wkg Shanwick. Europe 733 0638
USB wkg Gander (HSJP). Delta 10 0640 USB wkg Shanwick. American 46
0640 USB wkg Gander. Europe 735 0647 USB wkg S.Maria. TWA 888 0651
USB wkg Shanwick (AFCG), ETA Cairo 1315.(SS2)
Shanwick 1-5 1419 USB wkg W/ SELCAL and posit RPT. US Air 15:
Gander 1-5 1421 USB wkg W/ SELCAL and posit RPT (BOZ) AAR5828 1513
USB Bodo/ARP SECON 1510 F330 7454N10W 1605 QUASI-1652 LT. NAVY
LV127 1302 USB Shanw'k/ARP 57N10W 1300 F240 60N15W 1337 BREKI.
NWA45 UTC? USB Iceland/Rx.Ocn.clr-to KMSP via MATIK 63N10W sel/DMKL
(N230NW DC-10). (RD3) NRN342 1633 USB Iceland/ARP 61N10W 1634 F280
req.Ocn.clr to KEF. (AW2)
Jamba 002 2334 USB Wkg Brazzaville ARP ONUDA 2326 F390 B747SP reg.
ZS-SPA. VPB 5077 0059 USB Wkg N'djamena @ F260 ETA Luanda 0500+
passed ONUDA 0048 also est. BZ 0344. A/c of Veteran Air-Ukraine.
Lufthansa 570 0104 USB Wkg NDJ (FH-JM) ARP BUNLU 0103 F330 FL 0136.
Swissair 284 0107 USB Wkg Brazza ARP TJN 0116 F370 MOTET 0133.
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Mozambique 707 0109 USB Wkg Brazzaville ARP RULDO 0105 F290 BOSSA
0117 req F370. Cleared to F370 and in QSY w/AFM 006. Brazzaville
R. 0110 USB Wkg N'djamena: after clearing TM707 to F370 after
passing RULDO at 0105, N'djamena immediately jumped on Brazzaville
and began to question the wisdom of this clearance. Brazzaville
responded by saying there was enough separation between the two,
AFM 006 was at F330 passing RULDO at 0109, TM707 had passed RULDO
at 0105 and was climbing F370 at 0109. So TM707 was four to five
minutes ahead of AFM 006. NDJ then asked if the a/c were in contact
with each other. Brazza said yes, and promptly called AFM 006 who
stated that they had TM707 ahead and passing in front of them on
their way to F370! N'djamena then reiterated that he did not think
there was adequate separation between the two, but did not press the
issue further!. Lufthansa 573 0119 USB Wkg NDJ w/ARP FIR out est
GARIN 0121 F350. Sabena 552 0127 USB Wkg NDJ ARP TJN 25 F350 TJR 40
EBIMU 0145. Jamba 001 0137 USB Wkg NDJ ARP ENDOK 36 F390 IKTAV 0150
QSY Niamey 8903. Air France 430 0157 USB Wkg NDJ (AF-CR) est BUNLU
0239 FL 0302. Air Afrique 741 0159 USB Wkg Kinshasa ARP F370 dep
Brazzaville 0135 ETA Abidjan 0322. Passed MIKMA at 0154 A300 reg.
TU-TAH. Namibia 662 0233 USB Wkg Brazzaville req F410. dep FRA 2118
ETA Windhoek 0631. 747SP reg. V5-SPF. Sabena 555 0236 USB Wkg NDJ
ARP INISA 32 F330 reg. OO-SGC 747-300. Virgin 601 0249 USB Wkg
Brazzaville (HR-PS) ARP RULDO F370. Speedbird 57 0208 USB Wkg
Kinshasa (AK-QS) ARP F330 MPK now airborne LHR 2020 ETA JNB 0633
est SOLPA 0225/UPARA0256/PISPA 0313/UGDUS 0322/EDUSA 0326/TENKA
0355/o/h LUB 0423/req F370. Speedbird 59 0226 USB Wkg Brazzaville
(BR-AC) est FIR @TERBA 0334. Springbok 239 0233 USB Wkg Brazzaville
ARP MOTET 32 F370 KOGAN 41. Gbadolite Radio 0235 USB Wkg Kinshasa
receiving tfc rpt re: LH574. Lufthansa 574 0240 USB Wkg Brazza ARP
MERON 38 F370 BUT 0251 .85. CCL 301 0251 USB Wkg N'djamena ARP dep
Orly dest. Kisangani @ F330 next call DIR. Swissair 286 0257 USB
Wkg Kinshasa MD11 reg. HB-IWD dep.ZRH 2153 ETA JNB 0725 est BUT
0334 VIVRO 0339 KGI 0351, etc..Speedbird 53 0302 USB Wkg Brazza
747-200 reg. G-BDX? ARP RULDO 0255 F330 BOSSA 0307 dep LGW 2142 ETA
HRE 0644. CCL 301 0306 USB Wkg N'djamena (DF-AM) ARP DIR 06 F330
reg. 9G-ADS B707-300C. Air France 432 0327 USB Wkg NDJ w/ARP INISA
29 F370/747-400 reg. F-GISE CDG-JNB. Springbok 227 0332 USB Wkg NDJ
(FM-AQ) ARP TJN 0330 F370 ETA JNB 0820 reg. ZS-SAV 747-400.
Alitalia 836 0335 USB Wkg Kinshasa ARP KGI 0333 F330 OPGAT 0345
reg. I-DUPA MD11. Mozambique 706 0343 USB Wkg NDJ (CD-AJ) ARP DIR
0336 ENDOK 0357. Cargolux 761 0349 USB Clg Accra here in a hopeless
attempt at QSY. Sabena 550 0036 USB Wkg Brazza ARP TIVAL 0026 F350
MIKMA 0039. Springbok 272 0045 USB Wkg Brazza ARP BT 0044 F350
LURTI 48. Springbok 9250 0112 USB Wkg NDJ ARP UMOSA 11 F350 MEKAL
21 FL 38. (TO)
EIP: Shannon Volmet, IRL 2302 USB wx (ANDL) EIP: Shannon Volmet,
IRL 2250 USB EE Volmet (GER)
Unid: 2022 LSB LDOC/Civil type tfc with English accent's.(Any WUN
know who/what?) (AD2)
Cairo ATC 0059 USB clg Khartoum, no joy, then tfc w/Air Angola
flight. (DHM) Air India 208: 2144 USB: Clg / Wkg Sana`a Aero.
Ethiopian-662: 2213 USB: Wkg Sana`a Aero. Tripoli Aero: 2220 USB:
Wkg Springbok-275. SELCAL-CKEFB) CTP-8415: UNID. 2256 USB: Wkg
Khartoum. FL290. Luxor to FZFD (Gbadolite - Zaire -- nice).
SSL-771: UNID. 2219 USB: Wkg Khartoum. FL310. AEY-902: UNID. 2322
USB: Clg Khartoum, no reply. CTP-8416: UNID 2249 USB Wkg Cairo.
FL280. UTT-907: UNID 2130 USB Wkg Khartoum. FL330. GLT-051: Light
Air Transport. 0638 USB Wkg Tripoli. 9Pax. PH-SDH: Schreiner
Airways. 0640 USB Wkg Tripoli. 35 Pax. TAW-785: SkyAir Cargo. 1618
USB Wkg Tripoli. CIN-1071: Constellation 2313 USB Wkg Cairo.
SEU-047: Starways. 2315 USB Wkg Mogadishu. FL310. (Tony sez a/c
belongs to Star Europe, ID as `Starways) CTP-8414: UNID 2208 USB
Wkg Khartoum. FL290. HSA-504: CHS Aviation (Kenya). 2125 USB Wkg
Cairo. CTP-8418: UNID 2134 USB Wkg Khartoum. FL280. IAF-001:
Israeli Air Force. 2241 USB Wkg Mogadishu. FL360.(IB) Mauritius 044
2346 USB Wkg Cairo ARP TOKAR 35 ME 2349 F350 ALEBA 0013. Mauritius
062 2350 USB Wkg Cairo ARP ALEBA 50 F350 UMINI 0008. Entebbe Radio
2351 USB Wkg Cairo w/tfc rpt re: SAA 222. Seychelles Radio 2358
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USB Wkg Mauritius w/tfc rpt re: AF465. Springbok 222 0001 USB Wkg
Khartoum w/ARP ATUGA 0000 F350 JU 0006 B747 reg. ZS-SAO. UAP 102
0002 USB Wkg Cairo enroute Khartoum-UKBB at F280 est SML 0025 a/c
type An-24R. Austrian 532 0005 USB Wkg Cairo ARP F310 MRW 0002
NUBAR 0030 SML 33. Speedbird 56 0006 USB Wkg Cairo est SML 0028
F350 NWV 0053. Egyptair 878 0011 USB Wkg Khartoum w/ARP MLK 0011
F310. Mauritius 051 0012 USB Wkg Mogadishu w/ARP o/h MOG 11 F370.
Sanaa Radio 0012 USB Wkg Addis w/tfc rpt re: Iran Air 515 B707
Dubai-Entebbe F350. Springbok 261 0017 USB Wkg Khartoum w/ARP est
ORNAT 0100 F370 ALVOR 0135 OGD 0202 B747 reg. ZS-SAM. SEU 049 0022
USB Wkg Addis w/ARP AVONO 0021 F350 MD11 Reunion-Paris-Orly. KLM
597 0025 USB Wkg Cairo ARP F330 ALVOR 17 DELAM 29 OBD. Air France
445 0030 USB Wkg Khartoum ARP ALVOR 29 F310 ORNAT 0107. Tripoli
Radio 0036 USB Wkg Cairo w/tfc rpt re: SAA261. MPH 84 0044 USB Wkg
Cairo (KL-AB) ARP F280 est SML 0111 enroute Nairobi-??? dest.
sounded like Hareen?. Lufthansa 573 0125 USB Wkg Tripoli F350 est
SEB 0205 GRT 0232. Kenya 101 0135 USB Wkg Cairo ARP SML 0121 F370
MRW 0151. Kenya 104 0138 USB Wkg Cairo ARP 0140 F350 New Valley
0206. Alitalia 837 0214 USB Wkg Cairo ARP Abu Simbel 0214 F390.
CCL 300 0215 USB Wkg Cairo ARP F330 SAGBU 0200 JU 0231 KTM 0353 SML
0455 ETA Cairo 0605. B707 dep FZQA. Speedbird 63 0242 USB Wkg
Cairo ARP ALEBA 42 F330 ME 0304. AFM 018 0243 USB Wkg Cairo SML
0240 F370 MRW 0309 KTM 0330. Springbok 255 2328 USB Wkg Cairo ARP
TARKI 51 F330 reg.ZS-SAO 747. CTP 8415 2330 USB Wkg Cairo relay to
Khartoum est MRW 2347 F290 KTM 0015 enroute Luxor-Gbadolite.
Sabena 571 2352 USB Wkg Cairo w/ARP NUBAR 0001 F350 SML 0003.
Air Afrique 9926 2355 USB Wkg Cairo ARP ME 2353 F280 BOPID 0027
KTM. Mauritius 080 2357 USB Wkg Cairo ARP A340 MRU-CDG F350 est
est TIKAT 0011 KTM 0048 Abu Simbel 0141. Speedbird 68 0002 USB Wkg
Cairo ARP NUBAR 02 F280 SML 0004. Gulf Air 713 0003 USB Clg Sanaa
here no joy. Then, Sanaa finally responds after a minute, but it
was the usual thing: "Gulf Air 713, Sanaa," over & over twenty
times! Cairo Radio 0006 USB Wkg Khartoum w/tfc rpts re: FIN1983
an MD80 enrt Luxor-Mombasa, N998JB G.3 Luxor-FVHA. Egyptair 876
0110 USB Wkg Cairo ARP MLK 0105 F350 RABAK 0131. Mauritius 048 0118
USB Wkg Cairo ARP NUBAR 18 F390 SML 0121 New Valley 0147. QSY
Cairo CTR 124.7 now. Lufthansa 572 0012 USB Wkg Tripoli (BK-GH) for
selcal ck. Air France 497 2340 USB Wkg Tripoli (EJ-BM) ARP ORNAT
F350. Air France 6527 2341 USB Wkg Khartoum w/ARP EPSIX F280.
CRF 538 2345 USB Wkg Addis Ababa F370 next call 135.1 at EPSIX.
A/c of Crimea Air-Ukraine. KLM 569 2349 USB Wkg Khartoum ARP EPSIX
47 F310 AVONO 0008. Condor 117 2350 USB Wkg Cairo SEY-FRA DC10 ARP
TOKAR 49 F310. (TO)
BAW 2895 1540 ISB wkg Speedbird London. eta London-Gatwick 1730, pp
medical department to discuss medication for a continuously vomiting
woman passenger (it is in your green book on page 210, the lady at
the Med.Dep. repeated several times... Maybe they forgot to take it
with them?) SVA 115 1542 wkg Speedbird London. passed 'norno' (very
tentative) 1539 fl310, eta London-Heathrow 1825, fuel remaining
92.8, req. London Heathrow + Gatwick wx. (c/s could be Saudia 115
IQ, IQ also might the identifier for the posn they cked) Jetset 474
2132 USB wkg Speedbird London pp Ops: eta Tel Aviv 2220, req late
departure to arrive Bournemouth at 0515 or later, before that
they're closed. SAUDIA 184HM: 1118 USB wkg Speedbird London dep
Frankfurt 1040/19 eta Geneva 1200, req. Geneva + Zurich wx.
Qantas 16: 1658 USB wkg Speedbird London (QFA) pp Ops: delayed out
of Rome, eta Bangkok 0120, passengers concerned abt connecting
flights: connecting Qantas flights will hold at Bangkok. (BH)
Speedbird London 2011 USB wkg Speedbird a/c. (IT) Speedbird 226:
0132 USB Speedbird London re: Lajes(?) wx 0300-0600 (KW2).
CDN100 0748 USB Lima/pos/report req.Sao Paulo & Rio wx. sel/DQCP
(CFTCA B767). (RD3) SVA031 0544 USB BA Lon/ARP RIVAK 0542 F350
req.JFK/YQX wx. (AW2)
Ethiopian Airlines 2126 USB 'flight to Bangkok' mentioned. (IT)
Stockholm 1758 USB pp w/?-1677 (ANDL)
....UC 2049 USB wkg Stockholm, pp ops, wx for several Scandinavian
stas, in SS, so I assume registration is EC-.UC, any ideas?. The
a/c was so strong I think it was almost overhead my location.
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Emery 173 1945 USB wkg Stockholm (EWW) dep (EBBR) Brussels 1910 eta
KDAY 0405 selcal FGBK. (BH) HB-IIC: TEA Switzerland. 0046 USB Wkg
Stockholm. D-CFCF: Senator Aviation 1454 USB Wkg Stockholm R.(IB)
CONNIE 357 1934 USB wkg Stockholm Radio pp Connie Ops ETA Dallas
0289Z re wx & hotel reservation for 7 person crew. Airfrance 6498
2130 USB calling Stockholm Radio no joy. Northwest 50 0334 USB
calling Stockholm Radio no joy Avianca(?)/Bianca(?) 014 0344 USB
calling Stockholm Radio posn 21N 60W no joy. DHL 011 0347 USB
calling Stockholm Radio no joy(KW2) LUFHTANSA 8161 2218 USB wkg
Stockholm //4571// w/pp ATLAS AIR OPS JFK RE.CURFEW TIME AT FRA. At
2234 LUFTHANSA 8161 ABEAM CORK(CRK)22.34 FL.330 FUEL=27.2.
SAMPTON(SAM) 2308 FUEL=21.0 IF WE DON'T GET TO FRANKFURT BEFORE
23.59 WE'LL DIVERT TO COLOGNE.SELCAL=MREK, ANY IDEAS OF THE REG?
ANA 206 UHT 2230 USB FL.10100 metres TEMP-62 WIND 165/85 FUEL
REMAINING OVERHEAD UHT 214.1.ETA NARITA 0600. (TW)
American 1444 2232 USB Wkg NY (LP-KQ) abeam FLANN F270. (TO)
Unid LDOC 2016 USB unknown language, strong signal here, like
'adish eshrem zul khat khat eshrem'. (IT) (El Aa LDOC Israel
-LOGS)
XASEC: Self-id'd Gulfstream 2254 wkg Shanwick. Cleared to CYJT St.
John's via hydra (2254) - 47n 20w - 49n 30w - 49n 40w - 48n 50w vixen (?) fl430 mach .80 Any ideas on what exact type and owner,
and where it was in Europe? Navy LT629 2257 USB wkg New York 43n
50w 2255 fl250, 43n 45w 2324, 42n 40w 2355, cleared to Lajes via
after 43n 45w - 42n 40w - 41n 35w - FLO (Flores) - GRA (Graciosa)
direct Lajes, fl250. A2587: 1121 USB wkg Santa Maria selcal AFDG.
(BH) Air Europa 118 0132 USB Wkg Santa Maria (HS-GK) ARP 44N40W
F350. Delta 20 2219 USB Wkg NY (EQ-BH) for selcal on the ramp at
ATL. Hapag-Lloyd 616 2248 USB Wkg NY (HL-AQ) ARP 35N60W est 2259
F330. (TO)
Portishead 2304 USB w/-595 (ANDL) Portishead Radio 0004 USB wkg
OO-VEA, Boeing 737 of the Virgin fleet conducting a pp to 'Virgin
Control' via Portishead. 'EA is returning to London Gatwick with
the various international T.V. crews.They were hoping to set up a
pp w/Virgin Challenger so that the media could record a message on
board the '737. Control informed them that this was a little
difficult as the balloon was just entering Algiers FIR. Captain of
the '737 suggested control should send the balloon a e-mail to set
up the link. Portishead informed the skipper that this was not
needed as Virgin Challenger is monitoring them on 5610 on listening
watch. Portishead attempted contact but nothing was hrd. (CM2)
Virgin Challenger 0155 USB sheds all ballast, comms setup w/
Portishead radio. They are dumping ballast and arranging recovery
with their command centre. (PF) Virgin Flyer/Challenger 0150 USB
called Portishead re pp to Virgin Challenger Ops. Has serious
problem on board, had to dump water and ballast and oil. Will be
making a landing in the Algerian desert between 0700-0800 GMT 08jan
Ops set in motion a recovery plan. At 0130-0138 GMT balloon was
calling portishead with no reply. (PJ2) Portishead radio 0150 USB
talking to Richard Branson of the Virgin global challenge (great!)
he got put through to kevin at hq, Richard was on about dropping
oil at dawn. (SG)
Shanwick 1929 USB w/Canadian 89 (ANDL) CFC 115: 1633 USB (Sounds as
female op on F7Q) wkg Shanwick. ARP says : 57N 10W 1632z climbing
up from FL150 to FL270, then 61N 15W - prob to Keflavik. (PR)
PGT401 1150 USB Shanw'k/ARP 61N1234W 1153 F350 M.79 ALDAN 1223
sel/DGHQ (TC-AFA B737). NASA931 0938 USB Shanw'k/ARP 50N20W 0936
F350 M.78 50N15W 0958-KENUK (relayed by MAINE94)-KC135. (RD3)
GEC802 0852 USB Shanw'k/ARP 54N20W 0849 F290 54N15W 0909 BABAN.
(AW2)
Air China 985 1120 USB Wkg HNL for selcal ck (BK-AS). Varig 839
1122 USB Wkg HNL for ARP 35N170E 1116 F330. Asiana 212 1132 USB Wkg
HNL w/ARP 37N180W F390. Japanair 62 1133 USB Wkg HNL w/ARP 35N170E
F350. Eva 17 1138 USB Wkg HNL (DH-GR) req F330. Cathay 888 1139 USB
Wkg HNL req F350/370 cleared to F330 @ 1141. Asiana 202 1142 USB
Wkg HNL (BR-CS) ARP 3506N165E F350. Singapore 1 1143 USB Wkg HNL
for selcal (JS-LP) req F330. Mandarin 502 1200 USB Wkg HNL ARP
45N170E F350 46N180 1247. China Eastern 583 1208 USB Wkg HNL
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w/amended level clearance to F350 & maintain .84 or less. Dynasty
006 1220 USB Wkg HNL (CE-LR) ARP 35N165E F330 .85. United 801 1223
USB Wkg Tokyo w/amended level clear. to F350. Singapore 12 1225 USB
Wkg HNL (ER-BM) NRT-LAX F350 .86 35062N 165E 1221. Singapore 5
1238 USB Wkg HNL est 56N160W 1308 passing 158W QSY ANC CTR 118.5
and selcal (DQ-AS). Air Canada 890 1338 USB Wkg HNL ARP 49N170E
F350 req F370. Philippines 116 1005 USB Wkg HNL ARP 36N170W 1005
F370. Air Canada 836 1010 USB Wkg HNL ARP 47N170W 1010 F370.
Thai 770 1027 USB Wkg HNL (DS-BM) ARP 36N160E 1025 F330. Eva 06
1053 USB Wkg HNL ARP 37N160W 1053 F350. Philippines 116 1005 USB
Wkg HNL ARP 36N170W 1005 F370. Air Canada 836 1010 USB Wkg HNL ARP
47N170W 1010 F370. Thai 770 1027 USB Wkg HNL (DS-BM) ARP 36N160E
1025 F330. Eva 06 1053 USB Wkg HNL ARP 37N160W 1053 F350. (TO
INO aero stns 2019 USB very weak, some words clear. (IT) Mauritius
755 0040 USB Wkg Mauritius w/ARP MONTO 0039 F330 MURUS 0129 req
F390. Malaysia 203 0148 USB Wkg Mauritius w/ARP APLAR 0143 F350
NAMKU 25. Mauritius Radio 0149 USB Wkg Antananarivo R. w/tfc rpt
re: MH203. (TO)
OAL-344 2257 USB wkg Athens Air, just dep Riyad, req wx for LGAT.
YR-BCI 1535 USB clg "Bucharest Informare" YR-IMM 1520 USB wkg
"TAROM Bucharest" YR-IMM 1508 CW clg YRA (Bucharest Air).
New Zealand 136 0820 USB Wkg Brisbane for selcal EK-BC. Freedom 312
0835 USB Wkg Brisbane just caught IGEVO estimate. Argentina 1881
0842 USB Wkg Auckland ARP 180W 0844 F300 175W 0917 170W next at
0947. Qantas 49 0852 USB Wkg Auckland (HJ-EP) ARP F370 grnd sp.485.
New Zealand 15 0854 USB Wkg Honolulu est 13N150W 1014 F350. New
Zealand 136 0820 USB Wkg Brisbane for selcal EK-BC. Freedom 312
0835 USB Wkg Brisbane just caught IGEVO estimate. Argentina 1881
0842 USB Wkg Auckland ARP 180W 0844 F300 175W 0917 170W next at
0947. New Zealand 15 0854 USB Wkg Honolulu est 13N150W 1014
F350. (TO)
Shanwick 1857 USB w/UNID (Latvia 11?) s/c CQ-BL. Gander 1858 w/UNID
s/c EJ-GK, 1859 w/Speedbird 125. Iceland 643 clg Iceland (ANDL)
KLM976 1953 USB wkg Shanwick w/posn, selcal AGEL, relay to Atlas
Air, John F. Kennedy (Atlas a/c chartered by KLM for cargo
flights). Virgin 75 1118 USB wkg Shanwick selcal CQBH, very Dutch
accent, I assume this is the 767 Virgin is leasing from Martinair
this winter. (BH) GAF219 1037 USB Iceland/ARP EMBLA 1035 F200
60N30W 1055 61N40W sel/GMEP (C-160). AFR4886 1155 USB Iceland/
Oc.clr.to KLAS via 61N10W 66N20W 68N30W -69N40W 70N50W 70N60W
6830N70W F310 M.82. RJA500 2200 USB Gander/ARP 51N50W 2159 F370
53N40W 2243 55N30W -sel/DKHJ (JY-HKJ L.101). (RD3) Saudia 902 1950
USB Wkg Gander for selcal (AJ-GM). (TO)
Fedex 114: 1706 USB wkg Manila FL350 posn ck. Singapore 998: 1709
USB wkg Singapore FL370 posn ck. All Nippon 902: 1710 USB wkg
Singapore ATC reqstd to maintain FL270 due to tfc. Brunai 879: 1711
USB wkg Singapore FL280 selcal ck (ADHQ) negative selcal.
Singapore 15: 1714 USB wkg Singapore FL390 est Marie 1739 temp
-55deg selcal (BPKR). Fedex 114: 1716 clg Manila no reply.
Britania 7710: 1717 USB wkg Manila selcal ck (FKGM). Cathay 718:
1720 USB wkg Hong Kong FL250 selcal (DJGQ) Asiana 361: 1724 USB wkg
Hong Kong FL350 posn ck est. OC 1725 a/c reqstd relay to Ho Chi
Minh. Japan Asia 722: 1725 USB wkg Ho Chi Minh posn ck. Cathay
101: 1729 USB wkg Manila posn ck Singapore 998: 1731 USB wkg
Manila FL330 selcal ck (ALFM) Singapore 986: 1733 USB wkg
Singapore FL370 est Bombay 1750. Malaysian 886: 1736 USB wkg
Manila reqst FL290 Bangladesh 072: 1737 USB wkg Singapore selcal
ck (HLCM)(RO) Fedex 114 1706 USB wkg Manila, FL350, posn ck.
Singapore 998 1709 USB wkg Singapore, FL370, posn ck. All Nippon
902 1710 USB wkg Singapore, ATC reqstd to maintain FL270 due to tfc
Brunai 879 1711 USB wkg Singapore, FL280, selcal ck (ADHQ) negative
selcal Singapore 15 1714 USB wkg Singapore, FL390, est Marie 1739
temp -55deg, selcal (BPKR) Fedex 114 1716 USB clg Manila no reply
Britania 7710 1717 USB wkg Manila, selcal ck (FKGM). Cathay 718
1720 USB wkg Hong Kong, FL250, selcal (DJGQ). Asiana 361 1724 USB
wkg Hong Kong, FL350, posn ck, est. OC 1725 a/c reqstd relay to Ho
Chi Minh. Japan Asia 722 1725 USB wkg Ho Chi Minh, posn ck.
Cathay 101 1729 USB wkg Manila, posn ck. Singapore 998 1731 USB wkg
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Manila, FL330, selcal ck (ALFM). Singapore 986 1733 USB wkg
Singapore, FL370, est Bombay 1750. Malaysian 886 1736 USB wkg
Manila, reqst FL290 Bangladesh 072 1737 USB wkg Singapore, selcal
ck (HLCM). (RO)
N727WF 2314 USB wkg Bombay posn, fl350. a/c type?. V8-JP1: Airbus
A.340, Sultan of Brunei 2309 USB clg Delhi no joy, German accent
(a/c maintenance is by Lufthansa). (BH) MWARA Fq.: 2235 USB
Singapore-326 w/Bombay. LH-8296 2236 clg Tripoli & Khartoum.
KLM-564 2237 w/Cairo. LH-581 2238 w/Khartoum. LH-509 2239 clg
Karachi. Sudan-109 2242 clg Khartoum. MKA-112 2243 w/Khartoum.
Cairo 2148 USB w/Khartoum. (GER) SHJ-15: Sharjah Rulers Flight.
2011USB Clg Bombay. Syrianair-503: 2232 USB Wkg Bombay. Abu Dhabi
Bombay. Urumqi Aero. (CHN) 1718 USB Wkg Swiss Air a/c. SBZ-321:
Scibe Airlift 1752 USB Wkg Bombay Aero. Oman Air-800: 2306 USB Wkg
Bombay. FL330. SVR-3729: Ural Air. 2356 USB Wkg Bombay. request
FL330.(IB) TAW786 2010 USB Cairo/LROP-GRYR SML 2104 F330 (EL-JNS
B707). (RD3)
Malta 1633 AM wkg "Saudia 7993".
Madras, IND 1921 USB f w/UNID. 1925 Colombo,SLK w/UNID (ANDL)
Hay River 2210 USB to 2222, intermittent test msgs. Yellowknife Radio
2229 USB tfc w/???-1049. Churchill Radio 2244 USB tfc w/ HBVLS. IFB68
2210 USB clg St. Anthony, but no joy. CanForce 86 2305 USB clg La
Grande but no joy. (DHM)
Korean Air 662: 1549 USB wkg Honolulu FL350 selcal (MQFH) next
DUMBE 1706 Korean Air 662: 1550 USB wkg Honolulu posn KRONK FL350
est KLOUT 1644 remaining 149.0 ... Ansett 882: 1552 USB wkg
Honolulu FL370 Mach 0.85 est NZ 1620. Indonesia 800: 1553 USB wkg
Honolulu posn over DUMBE 1556. Japan Air 777: 1553 USB wkg Honolulu
posn ck FL370. Qantas 60: 1600 USB wkg Honolulu FL330 req 15 miles
right off track due wx. All Nippon 173: 1601 USB wkg Honolulu posn
ck selcal (FRBG). Qantas 50: 1604 USB wkg Honolulu FL370. New
Zealand 84: 1605 USB wkg Honolulu FL330 selcal (??BQ) Qantas 114:
1607 USB wkg Honolulu posn ck ATC req contact. Port Moresby 6622:
primay 5562 sec. (RO) Korean Air 662 1549 USB wkg Honolulu, FL350,
selcal (MQFH) next DUMBE 1706. Korean Air 662 1550 USB wkg
Honolulu, posn KRONK, FL350 est KLOUT 1644, remaining 149.0 ...
Ansett 882 1552 USB wkg Honolulu, FL370 Mach 0.85 est NZ 1620
Indonesia 800 1553 USB wkg Honolulu, posn over DUMBE 1556. Japan
Air 777 1553 USB wkg Honolulu, posn ck, FL370. Qantas 60 1600 USB
wkg Honolulu, FL330, req 15 miles right off track due wx. All
Nippon 173 1601 USB wkg Honolulu, posn ck, selcal (FRBG) Qantas 50
1604 USB wkg Honolulu, FL370. New Zealand 84 1605 USB wkg Honolulu,
FL330, selcal (??BQ). Qantas 114 1607 USB wkg Honolulu, posn ck,
ATC req contact Port Moresby 6622 primay, 5562 sec. next DUMBE
1706. (RO) Air Mike 956 1018 USB Wkg HNL ARP 21N170W 1016 F350
CHOKO 1122. Ryan Int. 892 1046 USB Wkg HNL req clear. from Guam
F330. Air Mike 952 1047 USB Wkg HNL cleared to F350 to Koror
and rpt passing Yap, call HNL upon arrival. Air Mike 954 1048 USB
Wkg HNL ARP Koror 1214 F330. Air Mike 985C 1049 USB Wkg HNL ARP
F310-330 posns unreadable At FIR QSY 2998/5655. Reach 8086 1057 USB
Wkg HNL ARP 37N170E est 1115 F310 req. up to F370 due to fuel
considerations. (TO)
Dakar, SEN 2302 USB w/-973 (GER) VRG715 0357 USB Dakar/ARP ONOBI
0355 F350 MOGNI 0442 RAKUD sel/FQGJ (PP-VOL B767). SAA6208 0403 USB
Sal/ARP ULTEM 0401 F370 GAMBA 0431 POKLA ETA SAL 0505
sel/FJEL(ZS-SAR B747F). SWR7021 0405 USB Dakar/ARP RAKUD 0403 F370
MOGNI 0444 ONOBI (opr.by Sun Country DC-10). GHA150 0405 USB
Sal/ARP est.LUMPO 0412 F310 POKLA 0450 GAMBA-0505 23N30W 05453
(ACCRA-JFK). P4-AFE 0401 USB Dakar/ARP KENOK 0359 F390 SAGRO 0442
M.85 NAVIK sel/KLAD (B747SP). V8-JP1 0413 USB Dakar/ARP SAGRO 0411
F350 NANIK 0449 ESPOT. (RD3) Speedbird 244 0100 USB Wkg Dakar
(BP-CG) ARP NANIK 52 F330 SAGRO 0135. (TO)
New Zealand 14 0920 USB Wkg Nadi ACC w/pri/sec freqs. Royal Tongan
201 0935 USB Wkg Nadi ACC w/clearance to descend into Fu'Amotu/no
known tfc/pls QSY back when in VHF contact. (TO)
AAR-689: Asiana 1658 USB Wkg Jakarta. SELCAL-KRHJ.(IB) KLM 844:
1634 USB clg Jakarta no reply. Indonesia 898: 1636 USB wkg Perth
posn ck FL370 est.CIN at 1732. India 417: 1637 USB wkg Calcutta
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posn ck. Pakistan 773: 1644 USB wkg Calcutta K.Lumpur to Lahore
ETA 1720: posn ck selcal ck (ASGJ). Martin Air 94: 1646 USB wkg
Calcutta FL340 posn ck requesting relay to Pakistan 773 selcal
(FGBC). Indonesia 828: 1650 USB wkg Bali FL370 selcal ck (BHMR)
neg-selcal. Singapore 227: 1652 USB wkg Perth FL330 est PD 1726
posn ck. Saudia 980: 1654 clg Calcutta no reply. Indonesia 828:
1654 USB wkg Perth FL370 selcal ck (BHMR) Qantas 28: 1657 USB wkg
Perth FL370 posn ck. Qantas 42" 1658 USB wkg Perth FL370 posn ck
New Guinea 393: 1743 USB wkg Bali FL330 (RO) KLM 844 1634 USB clg
Jakarta, no reply. Indonesia 898 1636 USB wkg Perth posn ck FL370
est.CIN at 1732. India 417 1637 USB wkg Calcutta posn ck. Pakistan
773 1644 USB wkg Calcutta, K.Lumpur to Lahore, ETA 1720, posn ck,
selcal ck (ASGJ). Martin Air 94 1646 USB wkg Calcutta, FL340 posn
ck,requesting relay to Pakistan 773, selcal (FGBC). Indonesia 828
1650 USB wkg Bali, FL370, selcal ck (BHMR) neg-selcal. Singapore
227 1652 USB wkg Perth, FL330, est PD 1726, posn ck Saudia 980 1654
USB clg Calcutta, no reply. Indonesia 828 1654 USB wkg Perth,
FL370, selcal ck (BHMR). Qantas 28 1657 USB wkg Perth, FL370, posn
ck. Qantas 42 1658 USB wkg Perth, FL370, posn ck. New Guinea 393
1743 USB wkg Bali, FL330. Qantas 52 1743 USB wkg Jakarta, FL330,
posn ck. ??SK 1744 USB wkg Bali, radio ck, selcal (JRFH). Ansett
129 1744 USB wkg Perth, FL330. Cathay 101 1745 USB clg Ujung
Pandang, no reply. Arabia 872 1746 USB wkg Jakarta FL330 posn
Omega. ???? 747 1747 USB wkg Jakarta, FL310. Malaysia 201 1748 USB
wkg Jakarta, unable climb to FL350. New Guinea 393 1749 USB wkg
Perth, req at 1800 contact Brisbane center on 129.2. Qantas 52 1751
USB wkg Jakarta, FL330, req contact Bali. ???? 747 1751 USB wkg
Jakarta, ATC req a/c to climb to FL350 due to tfc. Britania 726
1752 USB wkg Jakarta, FL370, est Ebony 1800. Ansett 129 1757 USB
wkg Perth, FL330 requesting FL370 temp -37 wind 6 kts. Singapore
329 1800 USB wkg Bali, selcal ck (KLDE). Indonesia 864 1801 USB wkg
Jakarta, req to contc Manila radio. Qantas 62 1801 USB wkg Perth,
FL370 req contc. Indonesia 872 1801 USB wkg Jakarta, FL330, req
cntc Kinabalu. Ansett 129 1802 USB wkg Perth, reporting "climb to
non-standard FL350". Lauda 2 1805 USB wkg Jakarta, FL350, reqs 20
miles right off track. Cathay 107 1805 USB wkg Perth, "stdby NSK,
est Darwin "NSK time 15 cntc Brisbane 129.2". Qantas 52 1806 USB
wkg Jakarta FL330, posn ck, req cntc Bali. Malaysia 132 1807 USB
wkg Perth, selcal ck Bali ctrl on 128.3. Singapore 239 1808 USB wkg
Perth, FL370 selcal ck (KLDE). Lauda 2 1809 USB wkg Jakarta, 20
miles to the right approved. Malaysia 201 1811 USB wkg Jakarta,
posn ck, FL310. Indonesia 864 1812 USB wkg Jakarta, selcal ck
(LSO?). Cathay 107 1815 USB wkg Perth, confirm 40 miles right off
track due to wx. Cathay 107 1823 USB wkg Perth, FL370, req cntc
Brisbane 135.3. Cathay 105 1824 USB clg Ujung Pandang, no reply
Perth come up "Cathay 105 Perth go try Ujung 128.1, 128.1" C105
"Ujung Pandang?...". Singapore 239 1825 USB wkg Bali FL370. Lauda 2
1826 USB wkg Jakarta, back to normal track. Cathay 105 1827 USB wkg
Perth, FL370 selcal ck (AFCG). (RO) Perth/Bali Radio 0920 USB These
stas active but hrd at poor lvl. (TO)
Qantas 52: 1743 USB wkg Jakarta FL330 posn ck. ??SK: 1744 USB wkg
Bali radio ck selcal (JRFH). Ansett 129: 1744 USB wkg Perth FL330.
Cathay 101: 1745 USBclg Ujung Pandang no reply. Arabia 872: 1746
USB wkg Jakarta FL330 posn Omega. ???? 747: 1747 USB wkg Jakarta
FL310. Malaysia 201: 1748 USB wkg Jakarta unable climb to FL350.
New Guinea 393: 1749 USB wkg Perth req at 1800 contact Brisbane
center on 129.2. Qantas 52: 1751 USB wkg Jakarta FL330 req contact
Bali. ???? 747: 1751 USB wkg Jakarta ATC req a/c to climb to
FL350 due to tfc. Britania 726: 1752 USB wkg Jakarta FL370 est
Ebony 1800 Ansett 129: 1757 USB wkg Perth FL330 requesting FL370
temp -37 wind 6 kts. Singapore 329: 1800 USB wkg Bali selcal ck
(KLDE). Indonesia 864: 1801 USB wkg Jakarta req to contc Manila
radio. Qantas 62: 1801 USB wkg Perth FL370 req contc. Indonesia
872: 1801 USB wkg Jakarta FL330 req cntc Kinabalu. Ansett 129: 1802
USB wkg Perth reporting "climb to non-standard FL350". Lauda 2:
1805 USB wkg Jakarta FL350 reqs 20 miles right off track. Cathay
107: 1805 USB wkg Perth "stdby NSK est Darwin 1844""NSK time 15
cntc Brisbane 129.2" Qantas 52: 1806 USB wkg Jakarta FL330
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posn ck req cntc Bali. Malaysia 132: 1807 USB wkg Perth selcal ck
Bali ctrl on 128.3. Singapore 239: 1808 USB wkg Perth FL370 selcal
ck (KLDE) Lauda 2: 1809 USB wkg Jakarta 20 miles to the right
approved. Malaysia 201: 1811 USB wkg Jakarta posn ck FL310.
Indonesia 864: 1812 USB wkg Jakarta selcal ck (LSO?). Cathay 107:
1815 USB wkg Perth confirm 40 miles right off track due to wx.
Cathay 107: 1823 USB wkg Perth FL370 req cntc Brisbane 135.3.
Cathay 105: 1824 USB clg Ujung Pandang no reply Perth come up
"Cathay 105 Perth go try Ujung 128.1 128.1" C105 "Ujung
Pandang?...". Singapore 239: 1825 USB wkg Bali FL370. Lauda 2: 1826
USB wkg Jakarta back to normal track. Cathay 105: 1827 USB wkg
Perth FL370 selcal ck (AFCG) (RO)
BRA-1205: Braathens. 0007 USB Wkg Dakar. LEMG (Malaga) to FNLU
(Luanda) with a refuel in DGAA (Accra).(IB) Speedbird 58 2242 USB
Wkg Accra ACC ARP TERBA 34 F350 747-400 reg. G-BNLW ETA LHR 0618.
Lufthansa 463 2237 USB Wkg NY (CD-HL) ARP LOUIZ 36 F350. (TO)
Otis 02: KC-130 USMC 2109 USB wkg Santa Maria-> 3016/2962.
CONDOR-165 0517 USB wkg NY. FL 350. (DW2) Speedbird 254 0137 USB
Wkg NY (BD-CK) ARP 18N56W F350. AEY 965 0138 USB Wkg NY ARP 30N40W
0131 F350. Air France 541 0140 USB Wkg NY (FL-DK) ARP 18N5819W
F310. Viasa 730 0144 USB Wkg NY (CF-LM) ARP 18N5920W 0133 F330.
Viasa 722 0151 USB Wkg NY for selcal CK-AD. Corsair 925 0214 USB
Wkg Santa Maria (CE-FL) ARP 35N40W F370. Liberte 881 0218 USB Wkg
SM (BE-AK) ARP 24N40W 0217 F330. Cubana 447 0219 USB Wkg NY ARP
26N70W F370 .80 IL-62 Gran Canaria to La Habana. Leisure 902 0224
USB Wkg NY (CR-ES) ARP 34N55W 0221 F330.(TO) A2588: 1140 USB wkg
Santa Maria from Lisbon to Lajes via: Gunti - 39N 20W - Bravo Bravo Radar - GP fl200 tas 290 kts selcal AFDH(BH)
WORLD 275 0445 USB wkg Houston Radio SELCAL GHCR"They were req. WX
for Vancouver, Seattle and Oakland. CONEY 815 0450 USB wkg Miami
Radio SELCAL CKBG "Out of Kingston, Pilot Hector" (JM5) Southern
Air 201: 0128 USB wkg Miami Radio re: SELCAL ck "EK-JL" & enrte
Miami to Bogata relay info to Atlas Air JFK (KW2). Fine Air 601
0808 USB Wkg Miami for selcal ck LM-CD. Amerijet 741 0828 USB Wkg
Miami arr MEX 0801/05 ETD 45 minutes. Tampa 715 0833 USB Wkg Miami
(DK-AJ) dep. CCS 0810/22 ETA BOG 1005. Fine Air 55FB 0835 USB Wkg
Miami (DK-BG) responding to selcal for Amerijet 851 (DK-CG).
Amerijet 851 0835 USB Wkg Miami (DK-CG) for selcal. Connie 103 0858
USB Wkg Miami (DF-KM) req pp to Ops: just out of SKRG arr SKCL
0302/11 dep SKCL 0537 in SKRG 0612 dep SKRG 0825 ETA MIA 1112.
Tower 708 0903 USB Wkg Miami (AH-DG) req company msg, at 0905 wkg
Houston who has the company on pp: Re-dispatched from ANNER? to KMCO
via fpr F350-MAMAL-F390-MCO. (TO)
SKA 9971 0510 USB wkg NY Arinc pp with TAESA Op" (JM5)
KLM792 0411 USB Recife/ARP RAKUD 0411 F330 sel/KLJP(PH-BFN
B747) (AW2)
Japanair 60 1134 USB Wkg HNL w/ARP 35N170E F310. Japanair 2 1136
USB Wkg HNL ARP 37N165E 1135 F350. Korean 015 1207 USB Wkg HNL for
selcal (ES-CK). Korean 018 1240 USB Wkg HNL ARP 37N160W F330.
Japanair 20 1241 USB Wkg HNL ARP 38N170E F350. Japanair 18 1242
USB Wkg HNL ARP 45N170E 1241 F350. United 838 1316 USB Wkg HNL ARP
40N150W 1314 block 350-370. (TO)
Sydney Volmet (SEA-VOL) 1932 USB wx. (IT)
Various 0615 USB. Various Russian Far East AFCC's including
Khabarovsk, Magadan, Petropavlovsk, Komsomol'sk, Okha, Otkhotsk,
Sov Gavan' (Sovetskaya Gavan') Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, and Nikolaevsk.
Khabarovsk also established comms with a/c 67062 which was at
10100 meters. Monitored for 10 minutes, with heavy QRM
from adjacent Link-11 signal. (DW2)
Tyumen VOLMET 0522 USB w/wx info. (DW2)
USAir 817 1320 USB Wkg Gander (BF-KP) ARP 53N30W F370. KLM 611 1348
USB Wkg Gander (DM-BH) ARP 59N30W F330. TWA 807 1407 USB Wkg Gander
(DJ-CL) just missed ARP. United 919 1414 USB Wkg Gander (AQ-BG) ARP
52N30W F370. Delta 61 1416 USB Wkg Gander (FG-HL) ARP 55N30W F330.
American 109 1418 USB Wkg Gander (BJ-GL) ARP 54N30W F350. American
45 1420 USB Wkg Gander (AP-LQ) ARP 50N30W F310. TWA 841 1435 USB
Wkg Gander (AE-CL) ARP 51N30W F310 .82. Air Canada 871 1437 USB Wkg
Gander (CG-JM) ARP 57N30W F350. TWA 925 1438 USB Wkg Gander (AE-GK)
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ARP 51N30W F350. Delta 83 1440 USB Wkg Gander (FG-JK) ARP 52N30W
F330. Delta 77 1442 USB Wkg Gander (EQ-AF) ARP 53N30W F310.
Continental 11 1444 USB Wkg Gander (HM-DG) ARP 52N30W F310 ETA IAH
2210 and fuel 169.6. (TO)
New York USB 1619 wkg ELSE 53 (spelled phonetically). At 1619 ELSE
53 declares emergency because of hydraulic pressure problems. At
1622 ELSE 53 is cleared direct to Savanna, eta 1800. a/c is level
at FL 250 and able to maintain that. At 1632 New York advises her
that military warning areas are active along the coast up to FL 240
and asks ELSE 53 to confirm again that they are able to maintain
250. At 1649 NY advises her to contact Jacksonville Center on
135.050 and that the UHF frequency will be 319.850. Continental 227
1959 USB Wkg NY (CF-JM) ARP GRANN F280. Navy JW940 2000 USB Wkg NY
w/ARP BURTT F240 BACUS 2035 ECG. (TO)
Unid: "Papa Bravo" 0930 USB clg Manila.Asking for p/p (AW)
Viasa 3722: DC-10 YV-136C 2252 USB wkg unid ATC, poss Manaus,
w/posrep, selcal ck CK-BD. (RB) Fedex 41 0004 USB Wkg Maiquetia
(HK-EG) cleared dir Maiquetia. (TO)
VR-BJV: UNID. 2217 USB: Wkg Dakar. London to Dakar. TR-KKB: UNID.
1520 USB: Wkg Dakar Aero. Orange-12: Air Holland Charter. 1754 USB
Wkg Dakar. Mauritanian-9764: 2123 USB Wkg Canarias. Viking-416:
Premiair. 2128 USB Wkg Dakar. SELCAL-ALFR. F-GECK. TAT European.
2129 USB Clg Dakar. SPP-110: Spanair. 2046 USB Wkg Canarias.
CN-AOM: UNID 1607 USB Wkg Canarias. UR-11314: UNID 1621 USB Wkg
Dakar. UR-11819: VitAir. 1706 USB Wkg Dakar. (Anatov 12). FL230.
ES-NOB: Enimex Ltd. 1629 USB Wkg Dakar. FL310. SFR-401: Safair.
0804 USB Wkg Dakar. enrt - Dakar.(IB) Alitalia 681 2238 USB Wkg
Recife (FK-EJ) ARP BUGAT 39 F330. (TO)
American 109: Gander 1-1 1500 USB wkg for SELCAL ck. TWA 843:
Gander 1-1 1500 USB wkg to report posit 53N 024W. American 101:
Gander 1-5 1414 USB wkg for SELCAL ck. Delta 31: Iceland 1-5 1417
USB wkg wth posit report Continental 25: Shanwick 1-5 1418 USB wkg
W/ SELCAL and posit RPT (BOZ) Gander 1509 USB wkg Delta 77. At 1510
wkg Delta 149. At 1514 wkg NW067. At 1515 wkg VHL 012 selcal BHFG.
At 1515 wkg United 921 selcal AQBM. At 1516 wkg Delta 49 selcal
EQAM. At 1518 wkg TWA 721 selcal DJCL. At 1523 wkg United 919.
At 1521 wkg Air Canada selcal HPEF. At 1523 wkg United 9947. At
1524 wkg United 971 selcal AGCS. At 1556 wkg American 89. (LB2)
American 63 1346 USB Wkg Gander (JL-PR) ARP 52N30W F370. Delta 41
1410 USB Wkg Gander (CK-BF) ARP 52N30W F330. Northwest 43 1410 USB
Wkg Gander (CJ-BK) ARP 60N30W F310. United 951 1419 USB Wkg Gander
(JP-DL) ARP 52N30W F390. H449ML 1425 USB Wkg Gander (FH-AL) and
dest. Gander. United 917 1433 USB Wkg Gander (AQ-JL) ARP 53N30W
F350. TWA 843 1447 USB Wkg Gander (GL-BE) ARP 50N30W F370. USAir 23
1448 USB Wkg Gander (BF-JP) ARP 53N30W F370. American 105 1454 USB
Wkg Gander (EL-BM) ARP 54N30W F310. United 915 1455 USB Wkg Gander
(AQ-BM) ARP 51N30W F370. USAir 893 1459 USB Wkg Gander (BF-EP) ARP
53N30W F350. (TO)
Auckland 0611 USB wkg 4107, who was airborne from Auckland. (DW2)
French Navy 5242 1105 USB Wkg Brisbane est FIR boundary at 17S163E
at 1124.. French Navy 5242 1125 USB Wkg Nadi w/ARP 17S163E 1124
F350 VLI 1205. Ansett 874 0732 USB Wkg Nadi ARP NOGOL 31 F280 DOVOM
0746 Nadi req contact VH-TFG on 121.5 & get posn for relay..
Ansett 880 0736 USB Wkg Auckland (HJ-GS) w/ARP F390. New Zealand 16
0741 USB Wkg Auckland ARP MUKLU F330-370 block alt. OMKUN 0812 est
SOSPI 0908. Qantas 8 0744 USB Wkg Nadi reporting overhead Nadi
0742 F390. New Zealand 124 0746 USB Wkg Brisbane (CE-PR) ARP
MAROA? F370 .80. Qantas 103 0759 USB Wkg Tahiti (EJ-HL) ARP F370.
Pacific 441 0812 USB Wkg Auckland w/ARP ELVAG? F350 LATIK? 0835.
Qantas 101 0815 USB Wkg Auckland (GQ-EM) ARP SARUX F370 ground
speed 528 kts datalink not established :-). New Zealand 106 0823
USB Wkg Auckland (DJ-GS) ARP IGEVO 21 F370 .83. Qantas 117 0823 USB
Wkg Brisbane ARP KARLY F330. LAN Chile 133 0841 USB Wkg Tahiti
w/ARP SAMEP 40 QSY 126.7 Tahiti. Qantas 22 0844 USB Wkg Brisbane
(DL-BK) cking in. (TO)
Pakistan 703 1129 USB Wkg Gander (DK-CE) ARP 53N30W F330.
Speedbird Concorde 1 1231 USB Wkg Gander (AG-EJ) ARP SM40W F500.
Bangladesh 011 1245 USB Wkg Gander (AC-BD) ARP 53N30W F330.
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Speedbird 213 1245 USB Wkg Gander (GJ-CS) ARP 53N30W F370.
Speedbird 225 1249 USB Wkg Gander (AM-DF) ARP 53N30W F310.
Indian 923 1251 USB Wkg Bombay (JP-LM) A320 VT-EPT ARP ATARA? F370
ETA AUH given but knocked out by QRM. Swissair 120 1254 USB Wkg
Gander (DE-GL) ARP 53N30W F330. Speedbird 183 1257 USB Wkg Gander
(HP-BL) ARP 52N30W F330. Pakistan 774 1302 USB Wkg Bombay ARP ATAR
1302 at F270 climbing F280. A300 Karachi-Colombo. Mauritius 942
1305 USB Wkg Mauritius w/ARP 70E 1303 F330 est MABAD 1337. 767
Mauritius-Melbourne. LTU 440 1308 USB Wkg Gander (HJ-GQ) ARP 50N30W
F330. Speedbird 295 1321 USB Wkg Gander (AM-GJ) ARP 52N30W F330.
Danish AF 249 1322 USB Wkg Gander (DK-BH) ARP 65N49W F270 NA 1354.
Speedbird 187 1327 USB Wkg Gander (AM-DH) ARP 54N30W F350.
Speedbird 173 1331 USB Wkg Gander (BD-EH) ARP 52N30W F370.
Aeroflot 315 1355 USB Wkg Gander (GR-HM) ARP 56N30W F350.
Iberia 6621 1404 USB Wkg Gander (DH-GM) ARP 49N30W F330.
Speedbird 197 1405 USB Wkg Gander (EL-AQ) ARP 52N30W F330.
Speedbird 115 1412 USB Wkg Gander (HP-BK) for selcal ck. Martinair
631 1422 USB Wkg Gander (AR-LM) ARP 51N30W F330. Shamrock 105 1423
USB Wkg Gander (JS-AP) ARP 53N30W F370. Alitalia 600 1429 USB Wkg
Gander (LR-JS) ARP 52N30W F350. VH-TAU 1106 USB Wkg Perth w/ARP
F370 est WANDA 22 FTZ next QSY 135.0 at WANDA. 737-300 of Qantas.
Singapore 406 0058 USB Wkg Beira (BP-JS) ARP SUNIR est 0146 F390
APLAR 0227 VMA 0237 ETA JNB 0315. (TO)
Speedbird 58 2045 USB Wkg Luanda ACC w/ARP CPT-LHR est ILDIN
2054. Springbok 238 2112 USB Wkg Luanda ACC w/ARP F310 BUGRO
2111 VUE 2157 ANUBI 2245 reg. ZS-SAJ 747 ETA LHR 0700. Springbok
254 2128 USB Wkg Luanda ACC w/ARP JNB-FRA F280 BUGRO 2126 VUE 2214
KILBI? 2231 LUGRA? 2245 UVAGO 2249 ANUBI 2304 ETA FRA 0630.
Namibia 663 1950 USB Wkg Luanda ACC w/amended level clearance.
Descend to F330 or climb to F410 tfc is LH568. Rpt HU at F330.
Rpting FIR in at 1951. (TO)
New Zealand 1 2037 USB Wkg Baffin for selcal (JQ-EM) F350. Korean
Air 022 2208 USB Wkg Churchill ARP YMM 2201 F370 ETA JFK 0125.
Tourjet 087 2258 USB Wkg Baffin (FP-ER) at 67N60W next followed by
6630N70W at 2325. QSY 126.7 @ 70W. (TO)
MEA 664 2228 USB Wkg Niamey (BG-AF) ARP TAM F350 TZE 2229. 5U-MBD
2252 USB Wkg Niamey F260 dep N'djamena 2145 KORUT 2248 SEMIT 2308
SESAM 2322 POMPA 2342 DOGON 0003 ETA Niamey 0030. KLM 586 2308 USB
Wkg Alger (GM-DS) w/ARP ACC-AMS AMTES 18 F330. Swissair 284 2313
USB Wkg Alger (AF-HQ) ARP DJA 2308 F330. Air Portugal 205 0313 USB
In the blind to Niamey ARP OPULU 0303 F370. Air Afrique 134 0315
USB Wkg Alger (CG-AS) w/ARP AMTES F330 Insalah 46. Angola 065 0318
USB Wkg Niamey ARP Ostende-Luanda Ksour 10 F310 NSL 0320 AMTES
next. BTS 1027 0101 USB Wkg Niamey at F170 An-12 reg. EW-11365.
Speedbird 074 0102 USB Wkg Alger ARP AMTES 0101 F370 NSL 0152.
Swissair 1263 0103 USB Wkg Alger (AG-FQ) ARP F330 est TMS 032.
Air France 7015 0105 USB Wkg Niamey ARP Agades 02 F350 ERKEL 0130.
Air France 7203 0121 USB Wkg Niamey (JL-GK) ARP Gao F290 BZE 51.
Air Afrique 246 0126 USB Wkg Alger ARP F330 MOKAT 25 NSL 0212 dest.
FCO. Nigeria 803 0128 USB Wkg Niamey (GJ-EH) ARP ERKEL 28 F330
LGW-Kano. Air France 429 0134 USB Wkg Alger ARP ENDOK 31 F350
IKTAV 45 DJA 0202. Air France 436 0141 USB Wkg Alger ARP DJA 0140
F370 KIRMI 0154. (TO)
TT-AAF: UNID. 1548 USB: Clg N`djamena, no reply. Jambo-002: 2233
USB Wkg Kinshasa. Entebbe to London. EL-AKV: Air Cess. 2233 USB Clg
Kinshasa. I-EDIK: Eurofly. 1755 USB Wkg Brazzaville.(IB) Air
Afrique 9921 2013 USB Wkg N'djamena w/ARP ENDOK 14 F330 enroute
CDG-N'djamena B707 ETA 2133. Austrian 532 2047 USB Wkg Kinshasa
w/ARP enroute FAJS-LOWW Airbus A340 reg. OE-LAG F370. LTU 670 2059
USB Wkg NDJ (EJ-AP) w/ARP ENDOK 57 F330 dest. FADN Durban ETA 0415.
KLM 594 2106 USB Wkg Kinshasa ARP BKV 05 F330 reg. PH-BFS 744.
Aeroflot 461 2109 USB Wkg Brazzaville IL62 reg. RA-86565 ETA JNB
0115 F290 IPERA? 09. ADB 3243 2115 USB Wkg Kano ARP F230 at pos.
AMKOR destination Ghardaia. SJM 6214 2123 USB In the blind for
Niamey: KENTU 2117 F310 enroute Lagos-Amsterdam ETA 0311. Lufthansa
573 2148 USB Wkg Kinshasa w/ARP VIVRO 2148 F350 747-400 reg.
D-ABTE. 5U-MBD 2151 USB Wkg Kano dep N'djamena 2145 ETA Niamey
0014, thought he said a/c type B727 not sure. EL-AKV 2318 USB Clg
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371 0320 USB Wkg Niamey ARP AMTES B707 enroute Ostende-Lome. Cotam
2685 2006 USB Clg N'djamena no joy. hrd later from a tfc rpt from
Brazzaville that this was F-RAGO enrt N'djamena-Bangui.. KLM 598
2011 USB Wkg Kinshasa w/ARP F310 at RUNGO. Req if regular routing
on UG655 was still closed due to strike. Kinshasa informs KL 598
that the strike is over, area is open and proceed on UG655.
Lufthansa 568 2015 USB Wkg Luanda w/ARP ANVAG 2014 F370. Kisangani
Radio 2015 USB Wkg Kinshasa re KL598. Kin was requesting clearance
on UG655. Angola 520B 2016 USB Wkg Brazzaville ARP dep Luanda 1940
LIKAD 2055 destination Pointe Noire 2100 maintaining F100. Reg.
D2-TFW Fokker F27. "KG" 2026 USB Wkg Kinshasa w/ARP F350. Too much
QRM. Cotam 2685 2028 USB Wkg Brazzaville w/ETA Bangui 2127.KLM 598
2035 USB Wkg Lubumbashi w/ARP KIBRO 32 F310 747-400 reg. PH-BFC.
Routing given to Kinshasa as USDUP 2043 KIN 2054 OPGAT 2106 KGI
2118 VIVRO 2130 BUT 2135 MERON 2151. Camair 708 2050 USB Clg Kano
here no joy. B737 enroute Douala-Cotonou. Speedbird 61 2055 USB
Wkg NDJ w/ARP ENDOK 54 F330 reg. G-BNLG 744. Swissair 285 2059 USB
Wkg Kinshasa F310 USDUP 2136 KIN 2147 reg. HB-IWA MD11. Air France
7021 2105 USB Wkg Brazzaville ARP o/h Bangui 2100 F310 CF 2114 BT
55. TR-ELG 2113 USB Wkg Brazzaville ARP F310 est BT 2120. ID
anyone?. Nigeria 9907 2126 USB Wkg Niamey enroute Luxembourg-Port
Harcourt DC8F 9G-MKC F330 ERKEL 41 ETA 2349 AS at 2110. CTP 8415
2138 USB Wkg Kinshasa w/requested wx rpt for dest. Gbadolite.
Air Gabon 60 2139 USB Wkg Brazzaville Fokker F28 dep Libreville
2128 F240 ETA Franceville 2228. Alitalia 837 2148 USB Wkg Kinshasa
w/ARP LUB 2144 F390 reg. I-DUPU MD11 est RUNGO 2203. Lufthansa 571
2150 USB Wkg Kinshasa w/ARP KIBRO 49 F350 747-400 reg. D-ABTF.
Air Maroc 280 2207 USB Wkg Kinshasa (AE-BP) ARP MIKMA 2204 F390.
Speedbird 56 2225 USB Wkg Kinshasa w/ARP UPARA F350 reg.G-BNLV 744.
Air France 431 2231 USB Wkg Kinshasa and Brazza reg. F-GITE 747-400
ARP F350 est MPK 2240 BOSSA 2256 ETA CDG 0505. Sabena 556 2234 USB
Wkg Brazza w/ARP MIKMA 30 F310 747-300 reg. OO-SGC. Speedbird 54
2242 USB Wkg Kinshasa w/ARP TENKA 40 F350 EDUSA 58 747-400 reg.
G-BNLY. Ethiopian 950 2244 USB Wkg Kinshasa (DJ-KQ) Lagos-Kinshasa
F330 ETA 0050. Air Gabon 61 2252 USB Wkg Brazzaville dep
Franceville 2247 ETA Libreville 2332 F230 posn LITAT 50 Fokker F28.
Angola 658 2302 USB Wkg Brazzaville w/ARP PG 2246 F310 STM 2318.
Springbok 274 2304 USB Wkg Brazza (AF-BG) w/ARP VONTI F350 CF 2315.
Alitalia 836 2313 USB Wkg NDJ (FK-DJ) w/estimates for routing
GARIN/0054 ILDOR/0113 FLU/0131 etc.. AEY 996 2340 USB Wkg Niamey
ARP Yaounde-Abidjan F310 est MOKAT 0022 Gao 0058. Can anyone ID
the operator here? Is it AirLyon?. Angola 0641 0247 USB Wkg Brazza
at F350 est ERAGA 0246 dest. Lome. Austrian 531 0346 USB Wkg Brazza
ARP F370 reg. OE-LAE A340 ETA JNB 0900 0403 Wkg Brazzaville ARP TJN
F370 MOTET 0421. Cotam 0202 2223 USB Wkg NDJ dep Bangui 2130 ETA
Villacoublay 0440. Est overhead N'djamena 2245 RULDO passed at
2209. Falcon 900 reg.F-RAFP selcal GP-KM. Swissair 272 2303 USB
Wkg Brazzaville (AF-HQ) ARP TIVA 2300 F350. Zimbabwe 727 2307 USB
Wkg Brazza ARP F370 est BOSSA at 19, ETA Harare 0325 767-200 Z-WPF.
Cotam 1552 2308 USB Wkg Brazza just passing BOSSA F350 MOTET.
KLM 590 2310 USB Wkg Niamey ARP KILMO 2306 F330 BATIA 2318.
Cameroun 703 2313 USB Wkg Kano ARP enroute Lagos-Douala F290 abeam
PT 2311 FIR boundary 23 MBO 31 ETA Douala 45 B737-200 reg. TJ-CBA.
Speedbird 56 2315 USB Wkg Brazza ARP MOTET 16 F310 RULDO 2328
747-400 reg. G-BNLE. Swissair 286 2317 USB Wkg NDJ (AF-LQ) ARP F290
est GARIN 2332. Speedbird 52 2317 USB Wkg Kinshasa w/ARP MIKMA F310
reg.G-BNLT 747-400. KLM 597 2326 USB Wkg NDJ (EH-BK) ARP GARIN 2324
F330.(TO)
N43M: 1439 USB wkg Gander. Gander confirms Stephenville is
operational (BH) USA 15: Shanwick 1-5 1440 USB wkg W/SELCAL ck
(BOZ) Air Europa 117 1449 USB Wkg Gander (BP-HM) ARP 49N30W F350.
Iberia 6741 1503 USB Wkg Gander (DK-AS) ARP 46N30W F350. Viasa 730
1504 USB Wkg Gander (DG-AK) req F350. Frenchline 313 1504 USB Wkg
Gander (BK-DJ) ARP 48N30W F310. QUID 82 1505 USB Wkg Shanwick ARP
45N17W F280 46N15W 1515. Jetset 81P 1507 USB Wkg Gander (DH-FS)
for selcal ck. Air Fra Concorde 1 1508 USB Wkg Shanwick (AK-HJ)
ARP SN30W F535 climb.. (TO)
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AFL XXXX: 0814 USB clg. Yerevan. called yerevan several times,
giving the flight number in (probably) RR, someone answered, but
they didn't seem to hear each other. Never hrd Yerevan before. (BH)
Reach R2: AMC charter from Evergreen 1434 USB wkg Stockholm a/c
unreadable, dep ETAR (Ramstein) 1345/21 eta EINN (Shannon) 1558,
for relay to Evergreen operations. req. Shannon wx. a/c unreadable.
MDJ 002: 1019 USB wkg Stockholm -> 10286 (too much interference for
me) Any ideas on MDJ?. DAL21: 1020 USB wkg Stockholm selcal ck.
AAL 55: 1023 USB wkg Stockholm selcal ck. (BH) HB-FOI: UNID 1336
USB: Wkg Stockholm R. MDJ-132: Jaro Int. 1538 USB Wkg Stockholm.
posn: Romania.(IB) WOA117M UTC? USB Stockh'm/dep.EDAF 1100/10 eta
KATL 2119 285 pax payload 61590lbs sel/CMBD (N117WA DC-10). (RD3)
ANA1217 0930 USB Stockh'm/ARP UHT 0929 F10600m eta FRA 1320. COA41
1000 USB Stockh'm/p/p to COA maintx-on dep. Rome lost autopilot &
autothrottle -req.instructions-ops said re-set circuit-breakers(no
luck!) eventually got autothrottle after some 'fiddling by
Capt.!!sel/DLGM (N68060 DC-10). (AW2)
LUFTHANSA 492 1924 USB wkg New York Radio pp JFK ops regarding wx &
possible divert from Vancouver to Calgary. Acft location was 64N
105W. Captain will call back with decision on diversion.
Lufthansa 492 1955 USB wkg New York Radio pp JFK ops re Vancouver
sta advises to continue to arpt & call on company freq 30 minute
out also got wx & runway conditions. Evergreen 328 2154 USB wkg New
York Radio pp Ops re JFXwx update & maintenance problems; NYR also
advised that any further contact should be on 6640 or 3499. United
990: 0047 USB wkg Cedar Rapids re SELCAL ck. Evergreen 4042: 1558
USB wkg New York Radio re relay to ops dep San Juan enrte JFK eta
1833Z (KW2). Roy 751 2032 USB Wkg NY ARINC dep Barbados 1820/36
ETA YYZ 2339 pp to Roy Ops. ARP GRANN 2009 F310. (TO)
Hong Kong 0933 USB Volmet wx to the area. Later at 0950 Manila was
wkg with several a/cs.Quite busy. (AW) Malaysia 51 0948 USB wkg
Singapore, posrep, FL330. Dynasty 346 0949 USB wkg Hong Kong,
posrep, FL330. Cathay 776 0950 USB wkg Singapore, posrep, FL370.
China 59 0950 USB wkg Hong Kong, posrep, FL350. Dynasty 652 0950
USB wkg Hong Kong, posrep, FL330. Malaysian 68 0951 USB wkg
Singapore, posrep, FL370, VJN30. Philippine 661 0953 USB wkg Hong
Kong, FL 370, selcal ck (FGCJ) (RO) Malaysia 51 0948 USB wkg
Singapore, posrep, FL330. Dynasty 346 0949 USB wkg Hong Kong,
posrep, FL330. Cathay 776 0950 USB wkg Singapore, posrep, FL370
China 59 0950 USB wkg Hong Kong, posrep, FL350. Dynasty 652 0950
USB wkg Hong Kong, posrep, FL330. Malaysian 68 0951 USB wkg
Singapore, posrep, FL370, VJN30. Philippine 661 0953 USB wkg Hong
Kong, FL 370, selcal ck (FGCJ). (RO)
Speedbird 215 1855 USB wkg Somerset Radio Selcal Ck (KW2).
Cenamer Radio 1341 USB Called Guayaquil then exchanged signal
reports. (DHM)
EMERY 806: 1800 USB wkg Miami Radio pp ops re potential cargo
loading problems Costa Rica. DHL 513: 1845 USB wkg Miami Radio re
arrival Santa Domingo 1828Z. BIG-A 674: 1847 USB wkg Miami Radio re
dep SGES (Paraguay) 1605Z & enroute w/eta SEGU (Ecuador) 2117Z.
BIG-A 626: 1852 USB wkg Miami Radio re enroute Miami (dep 1755Z) to
SEGU (Ecuador) eta 2157Z. DHL 512: 2019 USB wkg Miami Radio re
departure from Santa Domingo to North. GIANT 704 1757 USB wkg Miami
Radio re dep GDL 1730Z ETA Miami 2040Z Selcal Ck "DKAJ" QSY to
21964 for another Selcal Ck (not hrd my location). Polar Air Cargo
070 2017 USB wkg Miami Radio re departure Ecuador enrt Miami Selcal
Ck "EMCK". VISCANT(?) 615 2019 USB wkg Miami Radio re departure San
Juan 1945/2009Z 159 people on board ETA JFK 2338Z. ATA? 808 2039
USB wkg Miami Radio re pp QSL to 21964 (couldn't hear my location).
ATA 808 2039 USB wkg Miami Radio re pp Maint Control regarding
maint problem. BISCAYNE 625 2103 USB wkg Miami Radio re 30 minute
delay on ground w/request relay to company. DHL 513 2133 USB wkg
Miami Radio pp Cincinnati Flt Control re on ground unloading Santa
Domingo at 2120Z & info on JFK wx. AMERIJET 872 2140 USB wkg Miami
Radio re dep Venezuela 2122/34Z eta Miami 0005Z. DHL 513 2133 USB
wkg Miami Radio pp Cincinnati Flt Control re on ground unloading
Santa Domingo at 2120Z & info on JFK wx. AMERIJET 872 2140 USB wkg
Miami Radio re dep Venezuela 2122/34Z eta Miami 0005Z. BIG A 633
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2200 USB wkg Miami Radio re selcal ck "KMCJ" dep Miami 2116/32Z
enrte Quito 0028Z. BISCAYNE 625 2204 USB wkg Miami Radio dep FDF
(Martinque) 2142/56Z eta SJU 2259Z 157 people on board. DHL 512
2205 USB wkg Miami Radio pp Flt Control ready to depart Santa
Domingo for JFK re wx & alternate aprt wx. Biscayne 660: 2009 USB
Miami Radio re coordination of passengers connections at Miami.
Fine Air 427: 2011 USB wkg Miami radio re ops msg eta Miami 2357Z
(KW2).
Gander Volmet, CAN 1325 USB m EE, s/off: h+30. New York: 1730
Volmet, s/on: h+30 (ANDL)
N721MF 1225 USB Berne/En-route BEIRUT sel/DJKL (B727). (RD3)
Speedbird London LDOC, G 1636 USB f wkg -411, pp to operations
(GER). Speedbird London 1249 USB wkg ? 23, eta EGCC 1925 sel
CK-EH. Speedbird London 1252 USB wkg Emirates 710 w/ eta Abu
Dhabi. Speedbird London 1256 USB wkg VT-AAA w/ rdo ck & EGCC wx.
Speedbird London 1258 USB wkg Jetset 121,G-OOOA w/pp to ops.
Speedbird London 0934 USB wkg Saudia 7820 enrt to Cairo (MB3)
N345AA: 1755 USB calling Universal Houston (Radio) location Bermuda
no joy. IRL 251: 1936 USB calling Houston Radio for rdo ck near
Boston no joy. NORTH AMERICAN 24 2111 USB wkg Houston Radio re ETA
JFK 0115Z & selcal ck "EGAJ". //6637 AMTRAN 8031 2128 USB wkg
Houston Radio re selcal ck "CKFM" better on lower freq. 700GD: 1541
USB wkg Houston Radio re SELCAL ck "HM-CQ) & Gander wx 1500Z. 545S:
1545 USB wkg Houston Radio re Dulles Int Aprt (IAD) wx 1715Z.
334DB: 1550 USB wkg Houston Radio re relay to company dep Van Nuys
(CA) 0640 hrs local. N916W: 1612 USB calling Houston Radio no joy
Fine Air 65 1618 USB calling Houston Radio no joy -- location as
Port Au Prince Haiti (KW2).
ASCOT 5486 1423 USB wkg ASMARA>, dulab 1421 fl260, anubi 1435, eta
Asmara 1558, ->120.7. GLT055 1052 USB wkg Tripoli. Tripoli talked
abt PH-SDH, I couldn't make out if this was the same flight or if
he was relaying for GLT055. posn, eta Tripoli 1257, request fl80.
PH-SDH is a Dash-8 I believe, from the Dutch company Schreiner,
it's leased by some Libyan oil company. FL80 makes sense for a
Dash-8. (BH) SVF-845: UNID 1246 USB Wkg Cairo. UTT-906: UNID 1519
USB Wkg Entebbe. PH-KBX: VIP a/c. 1545 USB Wkg Port Sudan.
TSW-7522: TEA Switz. 1450 USB Wkg Cairo. FL290. TSW-4598: TEA
Swiz. 1452 USB Wkg Khartoum. from Cairo to Mombasa. MDJ-443: Jaro
Int. 1425 USB Wkg Khartoum. FL330. Qatari-888: 1429 USB Clg
Khartoum. no reply.(IB) Cairo wkg Nairobi 0904 USB w/ETA of ETH
834, a 767 @ FL410. Cairo 0939 USB keeps clg Khartoum, no
reply. Cairo 1119 USB wkg MAH 1331, posn SML (Abu Simbel/Egypt)
(see also the log entry for 13342!)(MB3)
Portishead rdo 1238 USB wkg Translift 475 w/pp to ops (MB3)
Air France 090 2009 USB Wkg NY (EK-GJ) ARP PRISS F330.(TO)
IRL 251: 1939/1945 USB wkg New York Radio pp to Ireland ops re
report schedule/eta. ID'd as Irish Air Force acft based at
Cassement Aerodrome S. Ireland for billing purposes. (Gulfstream IV
a/c??). USAIR 3: 1955/2002 USB wkg New York Radio re ACARS
malfunction SELCAL ck "BF-DP" dep Rome 1314 (KW2).
9Q-CJT: UNID 1220 USB: Wkg Stockholm R. LTC-980: LAT Charter. 1437
USB Wkg Stockholm R. Posn was 800 km south of Moscow. NAF-60:
Netherlands AirForce. 1404 USB Clg Stockholm R. -no reply. posn:
65,09N // 13,07E.(IB) Stockholm rdo 0926 USB wkg F-WWLF
w/'maintenance rdo chk'. Stockholm rdo 0945 USB wkg MSR 988, dep
JFK 0420, eta CAI 1525. Stockholm rdo 0947 USB wkg Dynasty 347,
passing WX for ELLX. Stockholm rdo 0947 USB wkg AUA 501
w/selcall-ck. Stockholm rdo 1215 USB wkg OE-GBB enrt LG??-LOWL.
Stockholm rdo 1220 USB wkg Netherlands AF 30 w/pp to ?. Stockholm
rdo 0841 USB wkg CYP554 enrt EDDF-LCPH rdo chk. Stockholm rdo 0845
USB calling EC-GFJ, no joy. Stockholm rdo 0858 USB wkg EC-?FU w/pp
to 'operationes'. Stockholm rdo 1255 USB wkg D-??EK pos Spain, pp
to maint.(MB3)
Tokyo 1012 USB wkg Qantas 9,posrep.Perth wkg Singapore 222,same(AW)
LACSA 681 1256 USB wkg El Coco Ops. (Costa Rica)"NY at 1200/12,
32,000gls Gas, 60 Pax, ETA CANCUN 1545". LACSA 660 1459 USB wkg El
Coco Ops. (Costa Rica)"Quit 1442/52, 13,500gls Gas, 20 Pax, ETA
GUAYAQUIL 1530". LACSA 690 0033 USB with El Coco Ops. in Costa
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Rica.Out of Guatemala. at 0013/2741,200 gls of combustible 102+6 pax
and crew ETA SFO 0555 (JM5)
EIP: Shannon Volmet, IRL 1234 USB m EE Volmet (ANDL)
Irkutsk Meteo, RUS 0925 USB YL RR Volmet h+25, s/off 0929(GER)
Honolulu Volmet (SP-RDARA) 2325 USB w/ann "All stas this is
Honolulu Radio", & into aviation wx. (RB)
El Al Tel Aviv, ISR 1235 USB HH w/UNID (ANDL)
Santa Maria 1305 USB w/Unid s/c CR-EK (GER)
Stockholm LDOC, S 1352 USB w/Unid QSY fr pp to 10805 kHz (GER)
Stockholm rdo 1245 USB wkg D-CCGN (Lear 55) w/rdo chk. Stockholm
rdo 1101 USB wkg MAH 1331 w/selcall chk CP-DS. A/C HA-LHA, Boeing
767ER, enrt HKMO - LHBP, eta 1700. (MB3)
Cedar Rapids LDOC, Ia (NA-CC-LDOC) 1951 USB wkg unid flt w/selcal
ck CK-AD, EWW DC-8 N105WP? (RB) Connie 807 1400 USB Wkg Cedar
Rapids LDOC w/pp to Ypsilanti Ops rpting out GUA 1305 off 1322 ETA
MIA 1529. (TO)
EIP: Shannon Volmet, IRL 1300 USB EE m Volmet (GER)
=DIGITAL MODES=
Please note that ARQ is used for Sitor-A, FEC is used for Sitor-B, and
both of these modes are 100/170 unless noted otherwise. RTTY is used for
Baudot. This is not as a statement of correctness, but rather a space saving
measure.
18.3 Unid: 1754 OQPSK 200bps UNID System (MC)
21.4 Unid: 1759 UNID 100/50 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC) Unid: 0512
RTTY 100/85 enc (RM)
24
Unid: 1758 UNID 200/85 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC) Unid: 0507
RTTY 100/370 enc (RM)
24.8 Unid: 0514 RTTY 100/120 enc (RM)
51.9 Russian Navy? 1802 36-50 50/85 tfc (MC)
57.7 Unid: 1808 UNID 75/80 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
62.6 Unid: 1812 UNID OQPSK 200bps UNID System (MC)
64.6 Unid: 1814 UNID 75/85 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
68.9 Unid: 1815 UNID 75/85 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
111.2 SOA211: Warsaw Radio, Poland 1818 RTTY 50/100 aaxx wx (MC)
129.5 SOA212: Varsavia Meteo 2237 RTTY 50/135 Wx. (RR2)
135.9 Unid: 0517 RTTY 50/30 enc (RM)
147.3 DDH47: Hamburg Meteo, D 1820 RTTY 50/170 RY/CQ-mkr fr DDH47
DDH9/11039, DDH8/14467.3 kHz, wx AAXX fm EDZW etc. (GER)
298.8 HSW: Meteorological Department Bangkok Thailand 1400 RTTY
meteorological tentative, bauds coded wx reports from Chinese and
Japanese observation stas.(MS)
309
Unid: 0522 RTTY 100/120 enc (RM)
311
Unid: 0522 RTTY 100/120 enc (RM)
312
Unid: 0523 RTTY 100/120 enc (RM) (these are most probably DGPS stas
317
Unid: 0524 RTTY 100/120 enc (RM)
in the US and Canada - LOGS)
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ESA: Tallin Radio 2030 FEC nav wrng id U. VON: CCG St. Johns 0220 FEC
wx id O. OST: Oostende Radio 0248 FEC pilot msgs. TFA: Reyjavik Radio
1920 FEC nav wrng. ESA: Tallin Radio 1630 FEC nav wrng.(BvR) GNI:
Niton Radio 1740 FEC FF navtex service id K. SUZ: Serapeum Radio 1953
FEC nav wrng id X. UGE: Arkhangelsk Radio 2200 FEC nav wrng id F
(not live monitored). VON: CCG St. Johns 2230 FEC wx id O (not live
monitored). CTV: Monsanto Radio 1825 FEC id R nav wrng. SDJ:
Stockholm Radio 0600 FEC gale wrng id J. NMA: USCG Miami 0400 FEC nav
wrng id A (not live monitored). TFA: Reykjavik Radio 1922 FEC "strong
gale warning". VCK: CCG Sept-Iles 0021 FEC id C wx. VON: CCG St.
Johns 0028 FEC id O mayday beacon detected report to RCC Halifax.
ESA: Tallin Radio 0030 FEC wx id U. SVL: Limnos Radio 0105 FEC nav
wrng. VON: CCG St. Johns 2230 FEC wx id O (not live monitored). VCO:
CCG Sydney 2240 FEC wx id Q. (not live monitored). VCO: CCG Sydney
2300 FEC id S wx in FF (time between OST 22.48 and TFA 23.18). NMA:
USCG Miami 0400 FEC id A nav wrng (not live monitored).(BvR) OA15:
0037 Turk Radio FEC nw.nr: RQOXOY. HA30: Iraklion Radio 0012 FEC
Nav.warn. 106/96. QA02: Halifax Radio 0040 FEC M4034 Halifax RDO
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marcom Operations. IA01: PUWP ODR82 (IZMIR RADIO) 0520 FEC 0520 UTC
DEC 96. NAVTEX NAVIGVM. WRN91NR:
424/96. XE71: 0750 FEC 220750 UTC FPCN25 CYQK 220730 ENVIRONMENT
CANADA FORECAST ALL TIME'S. AA39: 0809 FEC BRK ZCZC MIAOFFMIA NAV.
MESS. Netherlands Coast Guard 0845 71088 FEC KUSTW.NL 23363 tlx NL.
NNNN.(CVS) NAVTEX CHANNEL 2230 FEC Ovrnite mon to disc [A] Corsen,Fr
navs [A] Miami, Fl navs [D] Corunna,Sp Wx [D] Sept Iles,Can Wx in FF
[F] Boston,US navs [F] Horta,Az navs [G] Cullercoats, UK navs
[G]Tarifa,Sp navs [G] New Orleans,US navs [J] Gislovshammer, Sw navs
[K] Kerkyra,Gr navs [L] Rogaland,Nor wx [M] Oostende,Bel. navs [O]
Portpatrick,UK navs [O] StJohns,Can wx [P] Ijmuiden,Hol navs [Q]
Sydney,Can Wx [R] Monsanto,Por navs [R] Reyjavik,Ice wx [R]SanJuan,
PR navs [S] Sydney,Can wx in FF [S] Niton,Uk navs [T] Oostende,Bel
navs [X] Cartwright,Can wx (DW) NMA: USCG Miami 0820 FEC w/NAVTEX msg
re: USN firing exercise off of Puerto Rico and a Right Whale calving
grounds navig warning. Ironically, both areas overlapped. NMA:
USCG Miami 0421 FEC w/NAVTEX tfc. NMG: USCG New Orleans 0712 FEC w/
NAVTEX tfc. NMG: USCG New Orleans 0315 FEC w/NAVTEX tfc. (DW2)
XSG: Shanghai 1440 FEC w/code "Q" navtex info. VRX: Hong Kong 0940
FEC navtex info. (TK)
LGB, Rogaland Radio, NOR 0309 ARQ idle, CW id: LGB TLX (ANDL)
OXZ, Lyngby Radio, DNK 0310 ARQ, idle, CW id: OXZ (ANDL)
PCH85, Scheveningen Radio, NLD 0311 ARQ, idle, CW id: PCH (ANDL)
DHN37: Grengel Meteo, D 2107 RTTY 100/425 wx (GER)
Unid: 2202 UNID 50/850 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
Prague Meteo, Czech Rep 2020 RTTY 50/250 no ID seen, synoptic wx for
114xx stas. (JD2)
GMDSS CHANNEL 0030 FEC The night watch. 32 packets GMDSS in 7.5 hrs.
GMDSS Channel: 0809 FEC 92 packets in 11 hours (DW)
DHM44: Grengel Meteo, D 2106 RTTY 100/425 wx (GER)
DER: Moi Bonn 2123 ARQ-E/VFT 72 Idle. (RR2)
I6DH: Czech sta (MOI?), CZE 2245 RTTY 50 Uses 5 c/s. Changes c/s each
hour. Was on 2512 in Dec. (AB)
DER: Moi Bonn 2125 ARQ-E/VFT 96 Idle. (RR2)
SAB: Gothenburg Sweden 1706 FEC Long text in Swedish looks like it
might be nx broadcast to Swedish ships. (PT)
YLQ, Riga Radio, LVA: 0320 ARQ idle, CW id: YLQ SCAN (ANDL) YLQ: RIGA
RADIO 1656 ARQ Marker "YLQ scan" and tuning bursts then receiving tfc
fm TH M Lomonoscow then sent svc and tfc (DW) YLQ: Riga Radio, LTV
1950 ARQ and CW-mkr:YLQ SCAN AUTO (GER)
Irish Navy Dublin, IRL 2235 ARQ Routine msgs (AB)
PBC32: DNy Goeree, NLD 1949 RTTY 75/850 w/CARB 02A 04COO 06B 08B 12B
17 X 22X (GER)
UNID [XN2B] 2028 RTTY 50/500 At 2029 ry's and ID (x3) XN2B then
returns to idle on space. Repeated 2044, 2059. 2114 changes to I6DH
then again at 2029 (DW)
T2XS: 2020 RTTY 50bd ry's.(BvR) ICMR: 1947 RTTY 50/500 Czech
Military? RY-marker. (Most probably Czech border guards: ICMR & T2XS
are different c/s's for the same station - LOGS)
YLOA: SHIP Z/S "KATTEGAT" 1640 3SC RTTY 50/170 Calls "ry's de YLOA"
then 3sc tfc then vri hi spd opr cw. (DW)
DHJ51: Grengel Meteo, D 2105 RTTY 100/425 wx (GER)
FUO: Toulon Naval, F 1850 RTTY 75/850 VVV/RY tst msg. FUO: FNy
Toulon, F 1946 RTTY 75/850 mkr: VVV DE FUO RY SG 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
0 INT ZBZ (GER) FUO: 2210 RTTY 75/785 ry's. FUO: 2013 RTTY 75/850
ry's.(ANI)
A9M, ....... Radio, BHR 0323 ARQ idle, CW id: DE A9M TLX (ANDL)
(Bahrain Radio -LOGS) A9M: Bahrain R. 2122 ARQ free idles w/cw
mkr. A9M: Bahrain 0339 ARQ free idle w/CW de A9M S3/RTTY QRM (DM2)
DHJ51: Grengel Meteo, D 2117 RTTY 100/425 wx (GER)
DAN, Norddeich Radio, D 0325 ARQ idle, CW id: DAN (ANDL) DAN:
Norddeich R. 1910 ARQ w/CW marker. DAN: 0351 ARQ w/CW ID(DM2) DAN:
Norddeich R, D 1940 ARQ and CW-mkr: DAN, so Norddeich is still active
in CW(GER)
DER: Moi Bonn 2155 ARQ-E/VFT 72 Cripto. (RR2)
DER: Moi Bonn 2155 ARQ-E/VFT 96 Idle. (RR2)
DER: Moi Bonn 2153 ARQ-E/VFT 96 Idle. (RR2)
GND4: Stonehaven R, G 2120 ARQ and CW-mkr: GND4 (GER)
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2780.7 GND4, Stonehaven Radio, G 0326 ARQ idle, CW id: GND4 (ANDL)
2789
FUE: French Navy Brest, F 2213 RTTY 75bd Test tape (AB) FUE: Brest
Naval, F, 0025 RTTY 75/850 VVV/RY tst msg. (CK)
2806
IGJ41: INy Augusta, I 1934 RTTY 100/850 w/CARB fr IGJ41/42/43,IDR2/3
/4/8 (GER) IGJ41: Italian Navy Rome, 1927 RTTY 100/850 marker. (CK)
2815
IDR8, INy Rome, I 0327 RTTY 75/850 CARB fr IGJ41,-42,-43/IDR2,-3,
-8 (ANDL) IDR8: INy Rome, I 1930 RTTY 75/850 w/CARB fr IGJ41/42/43,
IDR2/3/4/8 (GER) IDR8: Italian Navy Rome, 1921 RTTY 75/850 marker(CK)
2829.5 SPB: Szczecin R, POL 2125 ARQ and CW-mkr: DE SPB (GER)
2832.7 GNK1: Norwick R, D 2126 ARQ and CW-mkr: GNK1 (GER)
2845
PBB: Den Helder Naval, NLD, 1920 RTTY 75/850 marker (CK) PBB: DN Den
Helder 1601 RTTY 75/800 Com Canali. (RR2)
2888.7 FUE: FNy Brest, F 2122 RTTY 75/850 mkr: VV DE FUE (GER)
2892.3 MGJ: RN Faslane, G, 1910 RTTY 75/500 availability msg. (CK) MGJ, RNy
Faslane, G 0330 RTTY 75/425 CARB: 02D 03B 04B 06C 08A 08D 12B 12C
16C 25D MGJ (ANDL) MGJ: RNy Faslane, G 1909 RTTY 75/425 w/CARB 02D
03B 04BOO 6C 08A 08D 12B 12C 16C 25D MGJ (GER)
3117
64MN: 2142 RTTY 50/170 YYYYY FTTB ER 64MN QSV "?, next time: QSK "?,
2147: RYRY FTTB ER 64MN QRK? QTC "? DEVETAK-MARS: 0000 RTTY 50/170
8820 0 064310 01212 01212 08 08?4: BR:08 MMMMMM and online
encrypted msg start each time with 2 times: I PINHEF(1 line down)
RWN, not encrypted end w/QSL "? 64MN: 0000 RTTY 50/170 FTTB ER 64MN
QSL"? "?, next end w/OK QAP "?. Seems that ER=DE (see 7611.2 WUN
7/96) Tfc-coord typed online/in real-time, no carrier between xm
(means split-op/pseudo-dx?), start w/"fg/lg-symbols", any idea (GER)
3127
Unid: 0234 RTTY 75/792 encrypted (RM)
3172.2 IMB31: Rome Meteo, I, 2115 RTTY 50/850 Aviation Wx. (CK) IMB31: Rome
Meteo, I 2328 RTTY 50/850 RY-mkr/CQ DE IMB/31/32/33 (GER)
3185
Unid 2313 LINK 11 Undecoded. (RR2)
3196
Praha Meteo, CZE 0000 RTTY 50/425 wx (GER)
3215.5 UGC, Sankt Petersburg Radio, RUS 0023 ARQ, CW id: UGC (ANDL)
3228
AFS 0040 RTTY 75/905 USAF AWS Om Ne Synoptic wx (RT2) AFS Offutt AFB
Elkhorn NE 0237 RTTY 75/898 KAWN wx data (RM)
3233
AFS: Offutt AFB Elkhorn NE 0237 FAX 120/576 wx chart. Listed for xmsn
on 3232 kHz (RM)
3291.5 OIL SURVEY NET 1624 ARQ tfc in EE signed PLB-648. 1638 Tfc in EE,
single freq ops. Mentioned m/v Celina. (DW)
3297
RPFNG: Portuguese Navy, Alges 1648 RTTY 75/850 "rpfosb rpfosb rpfosb
de rpfng rpfng rpfng" tape (MC)
3301.2 Egyptian Air Defence? 0922 ARQ-E 46.1/400 Idle on betas with "zczc
nka700 bky" (MC)
3352
Russian Mil? 2116 UNID 200/500 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
3360
RPN71: 0057 FAX 60/576 shift 838 Kiyev Metro Ukr ?? presumed / very
poor at this qth (RT2)
3360.5 Unid: 2117 81-81 81/500 tfc (MC)
3389.7 MGJ, RNy Faslane, G 2341 RTTY 75/850 CARB: 02 04 MGJ (ANDL) Unid:
0250 ARQ-E3 192/270 encrypted s6dB. Unid: 0300 ARQ-E3 192/325
2/3/5/24 ng S8dB (RT2) MGJ: RN Faslane, G 0055 RTTY 75/850
CARB?-msgs: 02 T3 04, or: 02OO 04 MGJ, or: 02 OO 04 1845 (GER)
3399
Unid: 1738 81-81 81/250 tfc (MC)
3434.9 Unid: 0300 UNID 100/200 NATO FSK system til 0600 w/on-line encryption
starts with ryryryryr vmgtcnjbh... (ANEE) Royal Navy? 1758 RTTY
100/170 "ryryryryvmgtcnj" lead-in, crypto (MC)
3497.2 Russian Mil? 1727 MS5 12 tone vocoder (3300Hz pilot), idle (MC)
3542.7 GKE1: Portishead Radio, Norwick/Shetland Isl., G 2306 ARQ w/CW-mkr:
GKE1 (GER)
3560
YKW1: Sana 1635 RTTY 50/850 Press Ara. (RR2)
3574.4 Unid: 0300 UNID 150/370 Unid FSK System til 0400 (ANEE)
3607.3 GKZ1: Humber Radio, G 0104 ARQ and CW mkr: GKZ1 (GER)
3615.7 GKY1, Stonehaven Radio, G 0200 ARQ, idle, CW id: GKY1 (ANDL) GKY1:
Portishead Radio, Stonehaven, G 0103 ARQ w/CW-mkr: GKY1 (GER)
3667.2 Egyptian-Jordanian? 2200 ARQ-E 46.2/170 flight info net til 0300
uses Baghdad-70 alphabet & passes several hourly service msgs (ANEE)
3693.2 Unid: 0430 VFT 2xARQ-E 192/80 acf=28, very tough to sync (SS)
3745
HZN: Jeddah Meteo, ARS 2150 RTTY 100/850 no ID, wx fm KWBC, OKBK,
etc. (GER) HZN: Jeddah ARS 0200 RTTY 100/850 synop. wx Met. (MS4)
3749.5 Unid 2307 VOCODER Undecoded. (RR2)
3764.4 PBB, DNy Den Helder, NLD 2040 RTTY 75/850 CARB: 01Y 02B 04A 06X 08B
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PBB (ANDL) PBB: Dutch Navy, Den Helder 1728 RTTY 50/850 CARB (MC)
PBB: DN Den Helder 0733 RTTY 75/900 Com Canali. (RR2)
3780
BZC75: Urumqi Meteo, CHN 0052 RTTY 50/425 RY-mkr: CQ de BZC75/76/
77 RYRY 12345 67890; (GER)
3808.5 Unid: 2118 81-81 81/250 tfc (MC)
3828.8 IDR: INy Rome, I 0200 RTTY ???/850 encrypted msgs, directly after/b4
SSB-U contact on 3827 from IDR Ital. Navy, YYYYYYY b4/after each
RTTY-msg, SSB-cf m-tfc. See MILITARY Log 3827 kHz, 100%ly same stn
in RTTY/SSB ! (GER)
3830
HCBSNBA: UNHCR, Banja Luka 1658 PACTOR-U 200/200 MSGs in EE to
"HCBSNSA" Sarajevo HCR Mailbox. HCBSNSA: UNHCR, Sarajevo 1659
PACTOR-U 200/200 Opchat in EE to "HCBSNBA" Banja Luka (MC)
3832.7 RFFP: Mod PARIS 2010 ARQ-M2 200/400 FF Msg. (RR2) RFFVA: FAF Paris,
F 0320 ARQ-M2 200/400 a:idle b:idle (this could be RFFP: MOD
Paris. (SS)
3850
ETD3: Addis Abeba AIR, ETH 2111 RTTY 50bd RYRY-tape.(ANG) ETD3: Addis
Abana Air, ETH 0027 RTTY 50/170 RY-mkr: RYRYRY DE ETD3 DE ETD3 DE
ETD3 RYRYRYR (GER)
3858.7 Unid: 1824 PACTOR 200/200 7Plus coded data "**** enter filename for
f1ft1cox" (MC)
3861
Russian Navy? 1701 36-50 50/200 tfc (MC)
3880
Unid: 2100 UNID 75/250 unid FSK System til 2200 (ANEE)
3885.8 Unid: 1756 PACTOR 200/200 tfc (MC)
3903.9 Unid: 1654 RTTY 50/1000 RYs with no ID (MC)
3904.5 'CLX7': 2350 RTTY 50Bd RYRYRY CLX7 CLX7 CLH7 RYRYRYR ", RY-mkr abt 2
times an hour, but carrier/mark all the time QRV, 59+20dB in EU, hrd
daily over hours (24h?) ! other day: 2230 RYRYR XN2B RYRYR " (GER)
3914.5 Unid: 0024 RTTY 50Bd 5LG's, between: 729 715 K, OK QTC K, 13 30 22
0024, ;FAHKJ BHZCZ .....FEYQF K, 0024 is UTC-time (GER)
3978.7 Unid: 2100 RTTY 100/850 Unid NATO til 2200 w/on-line encryption msgs
start after ryryryryryryvmgtcnjbh.... (ANEE)
4002
Unid: 2100 UNID 200/480 Russian FSK system? til 2130 (ANEE) YRR2:
Bucharest Meteo, ROU 2103 RTTY 50/425 wx (GER) YRR2: Bucharest Meteo
2104 RTTY 50/500 Wx. (RR2) YRR2: ?? 2155 RTTY 50/495 Meteo.(ANI)
4020
Unid: 1759 81-81 40.5/500 tfc (MC)
4028
Unid: 2100 UNID 200/480 Russian FSK system? 2130 (ANEE)
4029.5 Guardia Civil, Toledo 1900 ARQ 100/400 wkg/Guardia Civil HQ,
Valdemoro (Spain) til 0500 w/tlxes (ANEE)
4044
Russian Navy? 1801 36-50 50/200 short msgs (MC)
4045
NNN0GBG: NAVMARCORMARS 2130 ARQ w/UNCLAS MARS tfc. NNN0MDM: Navy
MARS HF Mailbox 2336 PACTOR 200 w/MARSAGRAMS, on another day at
1942 w/NNN0ROL retrieving msgs. (RB) Navmarcormars, USA 1248 ARQ
chief's bcst re: current & future technology will not replace HF
Rdo (RM)
4055
Unid: 2100 UNID 200/480 Russian FSK system? til 2130 (ANEE)
4075
Unid 2303 VOCODER Undecoded. (RR2)
4081.5 Russian Mil? 2149 UNID 100/140 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
4090
HCGB: UNHCR, Gorazde 1748 ARQ MSGs to "HCYT" UNHCR Tuzla. HCYT:
UNHCR, Tuzla 1746 ARQ MSGs to "HCBG" UNHCR Gorazde (MC)
4091.7 HCBSNMO: UNHCR, Mostar 1709 PACTOR 200/200 MSGs in EE signed "(unhcr
mostar)" (MC)
4112.8 DB27: Oil Operations, UAE 0926 ARQ Status MSGs in EE (MC)
4168.3 Unid: 1810 RTTY 75/850 online encrypted msg w/RYRYRY between the msg,
carrier in free-times (GER)
4170.3 Unid: 1810 RTTY 75/850 online encrypted msg w/YYYYYY at the end/begin
of the msg, no carrier in free-times (GER)
4171
Unid: 2119 RTTY 75/850 online encrypted msg w/RYRYRY between the msg,
no carrier in free-times (GER)
4175.5 UFHG: TKH MEKHANIK TYULENEV 1744 ARQ admin from Km Sergeyev to
UCE.(HOOD)
4177
GTIA: MV IVYBANK 0422 ARQ w/call and end of xmsn. (DW2) YLAS: NIKOLAY
KOPERNIKS 1933 ARQ operator chat to YLQ. (HOOD)
4178
P3RK4: TK ABAVA 1824 ARQ svc rpt to OXZ. login 56362 ABAVA. (vsl is
ex YLAD). 3FCY3: MSC FEDERICA 1927 ARQ admin via HEC. (HOOD)
4202.5 vsl UNOF: 2125 RTTY 50/175 RR msg to ??B (GER) (RTMS Aleksey Grachyev
- LOGS)
4203.5 C6KQ6: Tomis West 2126 ARQ 39,350 DWT tanker, w/ships chandlers
order. 3FVB4: TR Frio Adriatic 2150 ARQ 7,750 DWT reefer w/tlx via
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SAB w/discharge report, login 29041 FADR. (RB)
4205
LYCM: ML VENTA 0810 RTTY 50/170 with eta for Klaipeda to LYK.(HOOD)
4207.5 GMDSS CHANNEL 0807 FEC 8 GMDSS Packets in 10 hours (DW)
4210.5 IAR: Rome R. 0321 ARQ free idles w/CW call.(DW2)
4211
ZLA: Awanui 0610 FEC Globe Wireless nx bulletin. (AB3)
4211.5 USU: MARIUPOL RADIO 1831 ARQ crew TGs to UWFU: TKH VIKTOR
KURNATOVSKIY.(HOOD)
4213.8 IDR2, INy Rome, I 1708 RTTY 75/850 CARB fr IGJ41,42,43/IDR2,3,8
(ANDL) IDR2: INy Rome, I 1755 RTTY 75/850 w/CARB fr IGJ41/42/
43,IDR2/3/8/5 (GER)
4218.5 SAB218: GOETEBORG RADIO 1735 FEC SVC re Perth/VIP becoming a Globe
Radio network sta. Tfc list (DW)
4226.8 IGJ42, INy Augusta, I 1710 RTTY 100/850 CARB fr IGJ41,42,43/IDR2,3,
8 (ANDL) IGJ42: INy Augusta, I 2058 RTTY 100/850 w/CARB fr IGJ41/42/
43 IDR2/3/4/8 (GER)
4232
FUF: FN Fort de France 0326 RTTY 75/795 w/test tape. (DW2)
4271
CFH: CANFORCE Halifax 0331 FAX 120/576 w/wx chart. Heavy QRM from
KFS: Palo Alto R on 4274. (DW2)
4277
USO5: IZMAIL RADIO 1817 RTTY 50/170 msg (in EE) to 9HRE3: MV DANUBE
EXPRESS (Ukrainian barge carrier, en-route Alexandria). (HOOD)
4295
HWN: FN Paris 2126 RTTY 75/840.(ANI) HWN: FN Paris 2220 RTTY 75/850
ry's.(ANI) HWN: French Navy, Paris 2300 RTTY 75 Bd w/RYRY, SGSG,
1-0 cnt, & ID (DE HWN). (PB2)
4306
SPE21: Szczecin Radio, POL 2255 CW de-mkr: DE SPB(ANDL) SPB: Szczecin
R. 2129 ARQ tfc.(ANI) SPB: Szczecin R., POL, 2205 FEC tfc list, then
wkg SQPU. (CK)
4320.3 GYA: RN Fleet Broad. 1557 VFT Cripto. (RR2)
4333.7 FUX: Le Port Reunion Island 0205 RTTY 75/850 test slip -faaa de fux
testing. (MS4)
4346
NMC: USCG CAMSPAC 0342 FAX 120/576 w/wx chart. At 0345, sent a sfc
analysis chart. (DW2)
4405
Unid: 1756 81-81 40.5/500 tfc (MC)
4412.4 RGC72? Kiev, Ukraine? 0025 RTTY 50/1000 no ID seen: synoptic Wx for
34xxx stas. (JD2)
4439
German/Italian/Turk Diplo 1729 RS-ARQ 228.7/170 ALIS bursts (MC)
4441
Unid 1749 RS-ARQ II 240bd Cripto. (RR2)
4452
Unid: 0615 ROU-FEC 164.5/383 app encrypted. (RB) Unid: 0615 ROU-FEC
164.5/400 enc tfc (SS)
4489
GFL26, Bracknell Meteo, G 1718 RTTY 75/425 wx (ANDL) GFL26: Bracknell
Meteo, G 0619 RTTY 75/425 AAXX wx reports. (RB) GFL26: 0230 RTTY
75/384 Bracknell Meteo England synoptic wx (RT2)
4500
GXQ: BA London 2246 VFT Cripto/Wx. (RR2)
4510.7 NE0021: Unid: 0427 PACKET wkg IA0043: Iowa CAP unit 0043 w/chatter.
NE0021: Nebraska CAP unit 21 0419 PACKET clg MO0920: Missouri CAP
unit 920 using repeated NCR004: North Central Region 004 No joy. At
0422, NE0021 clg IA0043: Iowa Cap unit 0043. Again, no joy.
North-Cent Region CAP Packet Net formerly on 4506. (DW2)
4512.5 ETD3?? 2235 RTTY 50/486 meteo flight plan.(ANI) ETD3, Addis Ababa
Air, ETH 1720 RTTY 50/425 NOTAM to HTZZ (ANDL)
4514
NNN0MDV: NAVMARCORMARS HF MB 2045 PACTOR w/MARS GRAMS being sent to
unid sta. (RB)
4516.2 NNN0FLB: Unid: USN MARS Sta 0339 PACTOR 200/190 w/MARS admin
tfc. (DW2)
4569.7 Unid: Meteo 0109 RTTY 100/850 wx AAXX fm RUMS. Grengel Meteo/DHJ85 in
FAX listed ? (GER) (DHJ51 on 4570.5? -LOGS)
4570
HZN46: Jeddah Meteo 2247 RTTY 100/800.(ANI) HZN46: Jeddah Meteo 0435
RTTY 100/788 w/METAR wx reports from Persian Gulf area airfields.
Loud and clear here in Texas. HZN46: Jeddah Meteo 0357 RTTY 100/574
w/wx tfc. (DW2) HZN: Jeddah ARS 0230 RTTY 100/850 synop. wx Met.(MS4)
4583
DDK2, Hamburg Meteo, D 1725 RTTY 50/425 wx, 2040 RY-mkr fr DDK2 DDH7
DDK8 4583 7646 11638 KHZ (ANDL) DDK2: DWD Quickborn, 1855 RTTY 50/425
wx.(CK) DDK2: Hamburg Meteo, D 0106 RTTY 50/425 wx AAXX fm LPMG (GER)
4610
GFA22: BRACKNELL MET 1552 FAX//120/576/N/800 Sig wx chart (DW).
4652.3 Guardia Civil 2122 ARQ 100/400 SS Msg. (RR2)
4752.5 RETZSC: Guardia Civil, Cadiz 1801 ARQ 100/400 (MC)
4757.5 Russian Mil? 2123 UNID 100/140 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
4768.9 "RFFXCFA" France 0211 ARQ-E 72/400 C.I. UFA, FF. mil, ry's (ED)
4803.3 Unid 1515 UNID 68.5/85 Undecoded. (RR2)
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Unid: Russian Military? 0636 81-81 81 bd can't decode. (RB)
LZA8: Sofia Meteo, BUL. 1845 RTTY 40/425. (CK) LZA8: Sofia Meteo,
BUL 0100 RTTY 50/425 wx AAXX fm LIIB (GER)
Unid: 0627 ARQ-E 192/346 idling. (RB)
Unhcr Bihac 0930 PACTOR 200/200 Msg Ing. (RR2)
NPM: USN Pearl Harbor 0644 FAX 120/576 w/chart. USAF AWS PTR/S
Florida 0424 FAX 120/576 w/chart showing continental United
States.(DW2)
RETWJE: Guardia Civil 1636 ARQ 100/400 MSGs in SS to RETWLN Navarra.
RETWLN: Guardia Civil, Navarra 1635 ARQ 100/400 SS MSGs to RETWJE(MC)
Russian Mil? 1725 UNID 200/500 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
Unid: 1710 VFT: 2ch of Piccolo-6, eng ch idle (MC)
Unid: 1709 VFT: 2ch of Piccolo-6, crypto (MC)
Unid: 1155 ARQ-E 86/158 Idling with betas then into encryption
without headers or op chat then back to idling. (PT)
A Pol Madrid 1558 POL-ARQ 100/250 Msg Pol. (RR2)
unid: 1821 Unid 36/188 code 3 says FEC S 72%. Tfc in 36 baud unid
mode. unid: 1455 Unid 50/205 ry's, into 36bd tfc.(BvR)
Unid: 0745 RS-ARQ RY's and encrypted tfc (MS)
GNVHF: NGN Bonn 1507 ARQ-E 72bd idle (no id),(BvR)
HFVBR: NGN Postdam 1508 ARQ-E 96/76 idle acf56 no tfc or id until
1520. (BvR)
unid: 1521 ARQ-E 72/88 idle acf 56, no tfc or id.(BvR)
HHVHF: NGN Bonn 1534 ARQ-E 96/88 idle acf 56. no tfc or id.(BvR)
JYF: Petra 1734 RTTY 50/400 Press Ing. (RR2)
Unid 1727 PSK Undecoded. (RR2)
Unid: 1751 81-81 81/500 tfc (MC)
Unid: 1752 UNID 100/150 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
RFLI: FF, Fort de France 0428 ARQ-E3 192/342 w/non-protege tfc fm
'police des et rangers St Martin' & 'batiments en zone petites
Antilles' wx (Cyclone mentioned) on C.I. IRT. (RB) prob RFLI: FF Fort
de France 0434 ARQ-E3 192/364 w/idles. (DW2)
IEU784 ('RIFAGF')ITALMIL-Grisi', I RTTY 50/170, tfc. to Palermo &
Roma. (ANG)
CFH: CANFORCES Halifax 0736 RTTY 75/850 w/call tape. (DW2)
Unid: 1555 RTTY 50/226 ry's.(BvR)
GXQ: BA London 1830 VFT Cripto/Wx. (RR2)
Unid: 1727 81-81 81/250 tfc (MC)
RFFHCA: FF, Ajaccio 1729 ARQ-E 192/400 idle on betas (MC)
Unid 2030 UNID MULT Undecoded. (RR2)
RVO73: Moscow Meteo 0449 FAX 120/576 w/chart. (DW2)
NNN0JBG: MARS Data System Region 7 0726 PACTOR 100/170 wkg NNN0MDX:
unid w/USN MARS tg's. (DW2) NAVMARCORMARS: HF Mailbox (unid) 0435
PACTOR 200 w/MARSAGRAM's. (RB)
NAA: USN Cutler sending NAM: USN Norfolk wefax product 0100z GOES 8 sat pic of USA 0015z NOGAPS upper air chart. //8080// (LC)
Unid: poss PACTOR? 0620 UNK no synch, sounded like PACTOR. (RB)
ASECNA NGR 2250 ARQ-M2 2ch 96/440.(ANI)
'DOR': MFA Sofia, BUL 1543 RTTY 75/500, IRA-ARQ-600/500 11-bit &
IRA-ARQ-300/500 11-bit, tfc. to 'ZDK'. (ANG)
'DOR': MFA Sofia, BUL 1534 IRA-ARQ 150/500 11-bit per char., binary
tfc. to UNID embassy. (ANG)
UNID RUS or UKR-MIL, ???, 1513 RTTY 107.5/500, PSEUDO# crypto
tfc.(ANG)
Unid: 1934 ARQ cont aaaa aaaa.(BvR)
EBEU: und 1859 ARQ GC?.(BvR)
AAR4USD: U.S. Army MARS 2127 PACKET w/MARS tfc. (RB)
unid: 2322 ARQ-M2 2ch 96/340 idle.(ANI) (TYE: Contonou AERO, BEN
- LOGS) TYE: ASECNA Cotonou, Benin 0459 ARQ-M2 96/214 (assumed)
w/idles. (DW2)
Unid: 1911 RTTY 50/976 ry's acf 1.(BvR)
YZI213, TANJUG Beograd, YUG 1738 RTTY 50 nx EE(ANDL) YZI213: TANJUG
BELGRADE 2208 RTTY 50/500 170hz high. EE press (DW).
ZJKZPK: Unid 1530 RTTY 50/500 Cripto. (RR2)
NPN: USN Guam 0723 FAX 120/576 w/Pacific Ocean chart. (DW2)
NPN: USN Guam 0720 FAX 120/576 w/Indian Ocean chart. (DW2)
RBX71: Taskhent Meteo, UZB 0701 FAX 90/576 w/v.weak chart to 0715
off, back up at 0718 but no detail. (RB)
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5293.6 CCM: Chilian Navy, Magallanes, CHL 0129 100/850 5LG msgs to sev.
naval vsls (RM)
5304
Unid 2052 VOCODER Undecoded. (RR2)
5305.5 Unid: 1922 Unid mode 97.46/231(BvR)
5306.2 Russian Mil? 1713 MS5 12 tone vocoder (3300Hz pilot), tfc (MC)
5312
poss DFZG: MFA Belgrade 0706 RTTY 75/340 w/encrypted tfc.(DW2) Unid:
1737 81-81 162/200 tfc (MC)
5345
Unid 0715 RS-ARQ 228.5/170 Msg Ted. (RR2)
5353.5 Guardia Civil, location not known 1920 ARQ Spanish Police: msg
ex JECOR Manresa. (JD2)
5371
MoI or MFA Tunis, TUN 1543 FEC-A 96/170, ATU-80 msgs to "al sadat".
Beginning of cast with allallallall... sequence also seen on PIAB
transmissions. (ANG)
5374.7 unid: 2330 ARQ-E3 200/360 idle.(ANI) FF UNID 2249 ARQ-E3 200/400
8rc Betas. No tfc (DW). unid 0710 ARQ-E3 200/360 w/idles. (DW2)
5380.5 Guardia Civil 2113 ARQ 100/400 SS Msg. (RR2)
5397.7 RFFVAY: 1915 ARQ-M2 200 wkg/RFFA F IFOR Dets, Bosnia, Vrana - MOD
Paris, FAF (Villacoublay?) til 0530 ch1: circuit testing, one 5L
msg frm RFFBBYM to RFFVAY; ch2: NOTAMS, NOTAM summaries, airfield
serv, F IFOR2x-series flight nav rpts. (ANEE) Mod Paris ARQ-M2 2ch
200/200 idle.(ANI) RFFP: FF PARIS 2310 ARQ-M2 200/400 8rc. 2 chan
tdm. Cha:A tfc in 5 letter grps offline encrypt. "page 04 RFFBBY".
Chan B: NOTAMs in EE ref LDRI(Rijeka) LDZA(Zagreb) (DW) prob RFFP:
MOD Paris 0705 ARQ-M2 200/360 w/idles. prob RFFP: MOD Paris 0514
ARQ-M2 200/364 w/idles. (DW2)
5400
YOG37, Bucharest Meteo, ROU 1753 RTTY 50/425 wx (ANDL) YOG37:
Bucharest Meteo 0701 RTTY 50/400 w/synoptic wx tfc. (DW2)
5402
WUG: USACE Vicksburg Dist 2120 ARQ wkg unid sta. (RB)
5405
JMJ2: Tokyo Meteo 0828 FAX 120/576 w/wx chart. (DW2)
5419.5 NATO Mil, ??? 2010 Link-11 tfc (MC)
5430
RVM45: Tashkent Meteo, UZB 2140 RTTY 50/500 AAXX WX for Ukraine (MC)
5433
SOUD sta, ? 1530 RTTY 75/500 5LGs on ID "11177 80061 82901 14960
00641" (MC)
5440
TANJUG Beograd, YUG 2300 RTTY 50/850 EE nx, 2314 s/off w/ 2314GMT,
ATTN ALL POINTS QRX NEXT SK SKSK, END, QRX NEXT 08.00 GMT, END CAST
SK SKSK, TANJUG, ''' (GER) V5G: Romanian MFA, Bucharest 1739 ROU-FEC
164.5/400 crypto (bitmask=24) (MC)
5448
Unid 1541 RS-ARQ II 240bd Idle. (RR2)
5453.8 DAN, Norddeich Radio, D 1939 ARQ, CW id, must be spurious !!? (ANDL)
5473.9 CSY21: Santa Maria Air, AZR 2255 RTTY 50/850 w/Relay of GG-wx/msg to
EINNYMYX/Shannon and EIAAYBYX/Shannon-Ballygirreen COM Centre fm
HECAYMYX/Cairo and LPMGYMYM/Lisboa, Ch.: MSA. ID: ZYZY MSA270 2300 DE
CSY NNNN (GER) CSY: Santa Maria, Azores 1936 RTTY 50/731R RY's and
ID. (PT)
5494.9 unid: 2338 RTTY 50/980 ry's.(ANI)
5500.6 MFA Bonn? 2030 RS-ARQ 228.7 til 2100 and qrt, poss also 240.1
bauds (ANEE)
5519.2 Russian Mil? 1617 MS5 12 tone vocoder (3300Hz pilot), idle (MC)
5603
Algiers, Algeria(?)1630 COQ-8 tfc in FF re customs documents.(PT)
5616.2 Russian Mil? 1629 MS5 12 tone vocoder (3300Hz pilot), tfc (MC)
5692
M?F: Location unknown 1505 UNID MODE sounds like slow Artrac. Hoka
locks on to it as 62.3 baud Autospec but no output. Sends ID in CW
but I can't get middle letter. (PT) (reportedly MSF: Irish Navy,
in Clover mode - LOGS)
5711.7 Egyptian MFA, Cairo 1728 ARQ idle (MC)
5725.9 YRR4?, Bucharest Meteo, ROU 1829 RTTY 50/425 wx fr ROU // 5733.5 etc.
spurious or new VFT test? All same signal strength. Also logged WUN
12/96 (ANDL)
5728.5 YRR4?, Bucharest Meteo, ROU 1833 RTTY 50/425 wx fr ROU // 5733.5
etc., spurious ? (ANDL)
5731
YRR4, Bucharest Meteo, ROU 1830 RTTY 50/425 wx fr ROU // 5733.5
etc., spurious ? (ANDL) YRR4: Bucharest Meteo, ROU 2257 RTTY 50/
425 wx AAXX fm YRSB etc. (GER)
5733.5 YRR4?, Bucharest Meteo, ROU 1826 RTTY 50/425 wx, // 5725.9 etc (ANDL)
5733.7 RFLI: FF, Fort de France 0806 ARQ-E3 192/342 w/non-protege press tfc
on C.I. IRT. (RB)
5735.7 OLIFO: Unid 0800 PACKET 300/200 Qra. (RR2)
5739.5 5ST: ASECNA Antananarivo, MDG 2208 RTTY 100/425 RY-mkr: RY PSE QJH1
Pagina 88
5752.5
5758.2
5767
5773
5796
5810
5813.5
5824.1
5827.9
5842
5852.9
5887.5
6215.3
6235.5
6237.5
6238
6264.5
6265.5
6303.5
6314.5
6315
6315.5
6317.8
6318
6320.5
6326.5
6327.5
6333.5
6334
6338.2
6348
6370.3
6416
6434.4
6446.9
6452.5
6453
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TFC GARBLED DE 5ST TESTING (GER)
HBD 20: MFA Berne, SUI 0948 ARQ w/embassies Bonn and Brussels on
same freq. HBD 64: Swiss embassy Bonn, SUI 0940 ARQ Msg to MFA.
Swiss embassy Brussels, BEL 0948 ARQ Msg to MFA. (AB)
Unid: 1730 UNID 361.8/200 variable speed fsk system w/360.9 and 361.8
/200-220 til 1800 (ANEE)
UNID POL-MIL, POL? 0612 RTTY 49.80/500, msgs to IFOR troops (ANG)
HBD 25: Swiss embassy Tel Aviv, ISR 1051 ARQ w/MFA. MFA Berne, SUI
1048 ARQ Msg to embassy Tel Aviv. Swiss embassy Paris, F 1319 ARQ
Msg to MFA Berne(AB) HBD20/2: MFA Berna 0928 ARQ Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
Tunisian National Guards Network RTTY 50/170 72 hours of monitoring
5796 days and 3331 nights; tlxes between Tunis, Gabes, Sfax, Bizerte,
Tims, Talah, etc. tfc situations, crime reports, personnel info and
transfers. (ANEE)
IPR44: Rome Police 1430 ARQ 100/170 Test. (RR2)
EIP: Shannon Aero, IRL: 2153 RTTY 50/850 RY-mkr: DE EIAAYHYX RYRYRY
NNNN. EIAA - ICAO Locator, YHYX is an office indicator (for
which?)(GER)
MFA Bucharest 1845 ROU-FEC 164.4 wkg/unid embassy til 1915 and qrt,
short CW msg (ANEE)
'DOR': MFA Sofia, BUL 1531 IRA-ARQ 150/500 11-bit per char., binary
tfc.to UNID embassy. (ANG)
Unid: 1830 200.1/475 prob CIS export system til 1915 (ANEE)
Russian PTT, ? 1606 OQPSK 1280bps UNID System, On LSB (paired with
5857.08kHz) (MC)
IMB2: Rome Meteo 0632 RTTY 50/850 w/synoptic wx tfc. (DW2) IMB32:
Rome Meteo, I 0000 RTTY 50/850 wx (GER) IMB2: Rome Meteo, Italy
1536 RTTY 50/850 AAXX WX for Italian land stas (MC)
Unid: Egyptian Embassy? 2355 ARQ 100/425 in receive mode & off.(RB)
Unid: 0115 Pactor [my M-8000 is an early version sans Pactor] (RM)
DNVN: ATHENA MARIS 0350 ARQ W/tlx's to Eastmed. (WT)
UNID: MARINA M 0047 ARQ W/tlx's. Login 29669 MARI (WT)
WLBX: M/T Lawrence H. Gianella 0746 ARQ 33,495 DWT tanker on charter
to MSC, w/unclas tlx, login 11646 GIAN. (RB)
Unid: 0706 ARQ w/sc: KYVF (Arkhangelsk). (DW2)
SQMO: M/T AQUARIUS 0655 ARQ W/tlg's in PP. (WT)
SAB301: Goeteborg Radio, S 0427 ARQ sending out selcalls, EAMV,
ERER & CQXU. (RB)
GKE3: Portishead R., G, 1645 ARQ tfc.
USU: Mariupol R., UKR, 1645 ARQ w/CW marker.
IDR3, INy Rome, I 1729 RTTY 75/850 w/CARB (ANDL)
IGJ:?? 2315 RTTY 75/850 no listing synoptic wx?? partial decode
(Italian Navy, Augusta -LOGS) (RT2)
FFT31: 1704 ARQ meteo in FF.(ANI) FTT31: ST LYS RADIO 0000 FEC Tfc
list. Svc in FF/EE/SS re pending closure of WT service. Marker
"FFT" and tuning burst (DW).
SAB326: GOETEBORG RADIO 0636 FEC Svc re Globe Wireless stas KEJ KFS
SAB VCT VIP WNU ZLA. Tfc list signed SAB ARQ 626. Marker "SAB"
and 8 burst tuning signals (DW).
WOM: 2250 FEC wx-quite long Miami,R Fla. (RT2)
IGJ.., IN Augusta, I 1728 RTTY 100/850 w/CARB (ANDL) IGJ 44: Italian
Navy Augusta, I 1516 RTTY 100bd Availability msgs (AB) IGJ: IN
Augusta 0616 RTTY 100/750 w/call tape. (DW2)
Unid: 1522 RTTY 50/170 Long text in unknown E. European like
language, // on 6336 kHz. (PT)
EBD6: Cartagena Naval, Spain 1030 RTTY 75/850 normally uses 100 bd
crypto at 1348 daily. (JD2)
HWN: FN Paris 0614 RTTY 150/800 w/test tape. (DW2) HWN: 0020 RTTY
150/779 FN Paris,France sg/ry/0-9/de testing HWN. (RT2)
GYU: RN Gibilterra 1600 VFT Com Canali. (RR2)
WLO: Mobile Radio 0735 FEC w/tfc list. (DW2) WLO 1535 FEC Mobile,
ala trf list H+35.(RT2)
Unid: 0133 RTTY 100/180 encrypt w ry's and "vmgtcnjbh" between
sections, Nato encryption system, often used by U.K. (ED)
unid: 0037 RTTY 100/850 encrypted tfc. (ANI)
GYA: RN London 0451 FAX 120/576 w/wx chart. (DW2) GYA: RN LONDON 1308
FAX 120/576 Sea sfc temp analysis (DW).
prob NPG: USN San Francisco 0703 FAX 120/576 w/no chart, but synch
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signal running. (DW2) NPG: USN, San Francisco R., CA, USA 1311 FAX
120/576 wx chart (RM)
6454.7 Unid 0602 unid mode 100/880. (DW2)
6460
UFZ: VLADIVOSTOK R. 0620 RTTY 50/170 W/tlg's in RR. End w/ "73 DE UFZ
SK". (WT)
6462
FUM: FN Papeete 0552 RTTY 75/810 w/call tape. (DW2) FUM: FN, Papeete,
Tahiti, OCE 1313 RTTY 75/850 "de fum vvv" + ry (RM)
6481
Unid: 0122 RTTY 100/800 encryp. w/ ry's and "vmgtcnjbh" between
encrypt. Nato encryption system, often used by U.K. (ED)
6483
PBB: DN Den Helder, NLD 2245 RTTY 75/850 CARB msg (SS)
6496.4 CFH: CANFORCE Halifax 0550 RTTY 75/570 w/plain text wx tfc.(DW2) CFH:
CF Meteo Cntr, Halifax, NS, CAN 1317 FAX 120/576 wx chart (RM)
6532.9 MFA Belgrade? 2030 RTTY 75/400 on-line cipher til 2100 (ANEE)
6546.5 Mossad 2030 ARQ-E 288/325 wkg/BNDVB night link til 2130 (ANEE)
'C37A': Mossad Tel Aviv, ISR 1944 ARQ-E 288/340, SIGINT link to
'6XM8', BND Germany, QSX 9209 kHz. (ANG)
6621.7 Egyptian Embassy, Rome 1820 ARQ 100/150 5LGs "from: boustane rome
to: khargia cairo" (MC)
6678.6 Isomarr BBS (Italy-France-Corsica) 1000 PACKET 300/340 file xfers
btwn IT9WWW and FRA3NP til 2100 (ANEE)
6685.5 Conoil Corp: Nigeria 0026 ARQ oil drill results, from Lagos to
Manila, also from rig to Lagos.(ED)
6701.8 Unid: 1755 RTTY 75/850 online encrypted msg with YYYYYY at the end/
begin of the msg, see 4170.3 (GER)
6702
Unid: 2328 RTTY 75/850 encrypted (RM)
6721.4 Unid 0720 COQ-8 26.7/30 Cripto. (RR2)
6724
German/Italian/Turk Diplo 1615 RS-ARQ 240.1bd in IRS mode (MC)
6725.8 Unid: 1755 RTTY 75/850 online encrypted msg with YYYYYY at the end/
begin of the msg, see 4170.3 (GER)
6726
Unid: 2146 UNID 75/850 FSK System, Revs, ACF=64 lead-in, ACF=0 tfc,
Revs (MC)
6741.7 Tunisian Navy, Tunisia 1740 ARQ Msg Fra. (RR2)
6755.8 DHN66: GAF Geilenkirchen, D: 1947 RTTY ??Bd/850 encrypted after SSB-U
EE coordination QSO on 6754 kHz w/ J4P (GER)
6756.6 Unid: 1704 UNID 250/170 FSK Fast ARQ System, ACF=75 (MC)
6758.8 Unid: 1755 RTTY 75/850 online encrypted msg with YYYYYY at the end/
begin of the msg, see 4170.3 (GER)
6762.7 Unid Italian 0825 UNID 150/780 Undecoded. (RR2)
6771.7 prob RFLI: FF Fort de France 0541 ARQ-E3 192/360 w/idles. (DW2) Unid:
2350 Unid: TP sys at 192/375 w/56-bits block.Idle. Strong sig at S6.
My guess is Fort de France MRT (RM)
6772
unid: 1700 ARQ w/EE tfc.(ANI)
6773
Unid 0829 RS-ARQ II 240bd Cripto. (RR2)
6773.2 Unid Italian 0715 UNID 150/780 Undecoded. (RR2)
6774.1 A Alg. Tunisi 1338 COQ-8 26.7/ 30 Cripto. (RR2)
6777.5 AFA6BD: Unid: MARS 0558 PACKET clg AFA6IV: USAF MARS San Diego. (DW2)
6780.8 HGX21: MFA Budapest 1239 DUP-ARQ 125/170 Crpto 5LG's. (RR2)
6800
'DFZG': MFA Beograd, YUG 1520 FEC-A 144/850+RTTY 75/400, tfc.to UNID
EMB. (ANG)
6801
Unid: 1339 VFT RTTY 75/170 all ch's encrypted thru 6803 k (RM)
6801.5 Unid: 2015 UNID unk mode measured approx 50 baud, then qrt at 2015
previously logged ARQ-m2 54.28 baud here (ANEE) Unid: 0608 RTTY
50bd ry's.(BvR)
6802
KGD34: NCS Arlington, Va 1951 PACTOR 200 bd being worked by WWJ85,
FHWA Ames, Iowa, w/Shares Exercise msg. (RB)
6805
Unid: 0113 RTTY 75/850 QRN4-covered sig can't maintain sync (RM)
6820
Unid: 1627 RTTY 75/425 clg YMB35 cont: '2'2','2'2','2'2',.... YPM35
YPM35. 1628 QRT, then 6820.3 CW handkeyed sigs, then 1630 agn RTTY
mkr, P8IO - Unid: 1353 RTTY 75/425 clg GUB, cont: '8'2','8'2','8'2',
GUB: 1355 QRT and CW on 6820 kHz handkeyed: GUB GUB GUB HR P8IO PSE
QSV K, 140 2z CW on 6822 clg YPM631 and at 1405 RTTY-? more then
75/425 encrypted see MISC 6820/6822 kHz, Russian SSB-USB coordination
on 6820 kHz, Russia n Military ?(GER)
6830
Petra 1747 RTTY 50/400 Press Ara. (RR2)
6835
GFL22, Bracknell Meteo, G 1850 RTTY 75/425 wx fm EGRR, AAXX (ANDL)
GFL22: BRACKNELL MET 2048 RTTY 75/400 Met tfc (DW). GFL22: Bracknell
Meteo, G 2042 RTTY 75/425 wx (GER) GFL22: Bracknell Meteo GBR 2217
RTTY 75/400 aport wx rpts (RM)
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6836.7 Unid: 2030 ARQ-M2 200/360 still nothing on this guy til 2345 (ANEE)
RFTPA: FF NDJAMENA 2053 ARQ-E3 200/400 Various operator chat
exchanging Xmas greetings" joyeux noel a Paris de la part de
Ndjamena". Also svc "nr 0001/~fdz2a rr rffva de rftpa 3590000 znr
uuuuu zic 018 zid 001" (DW) prob RFTPA: FF N'djamena 0535 ARQ-E3
200/330 w/idles. (DW2) Unid: 2222 ARQ-E3 100/400 RQ sig. Still no ID
or text as of an hr ltr. QRN4-covered 4 hrs ltr only somewhat
audible (RM)
6881
NNN0MDR: Navy MARS HF Mailbox 1702 PACTOR 200/170 w/NNN0PSX wkg
system for msgs. (RB)
6901.7 prob RFTJ: FF Dakar 0527 ARQ-E3 192/349 w/idles. (DW2)
6905
5SM: Madagascar-unid exact location 0455 RTTY 75/425 test slip-de
5sm testing - (MS4)
6912
Unid: 1706 81-81 162/200 tfc (MC)
6915
BAP46: XINHUA nx AGENCY, BEIJING, CHINA 1130 RTTY 75 bd EE nx.(TK)
6918.5 ECA7: Madrid Meteo 0610 FAX 120/576 w/chart. (DW2)
6962
UNID Petrojet sta, EGY? 0540 ARQ mentioning PETROJET mny.times. (ANG)
6962.9 Unid 1322 VFT/FEC A 192/200 Crypto. (RR2)
6963.9 Unid: 0951 ARQ-E 192/120 beta idler (RM) Unid: 0615 ARQ-E 192/128
w/idles. (RFLIGA - FF Cayenne logged here in the past.) (DW2) Unid:
0009 ARQ-E 192/140 RQ sig. QRN3-covered by 0051 and hard to hold
sync (RM) Unid: 0145 ARQ-E 192/135 w/idles. No tfc noted. (DW2)
6972
YOG59: ROMPRESS Bucharest, ROU: 1850 RTTY 50/425 EE nx, 1757 end of
FF nx, RY/1A-mkr: RYRYR..1A1A1A..RYRY..QRA YOG 59 - FREQUENCY
6.972 KCS /ROM PRESS/ -BUCHAREST RYRYRYR(GER) YOJ59: Rompress 1720
RTTY 50/500 FF Press. (RR2)
6974
PIAB Bonn, D 1322 FEC-A 96bd nx (AB) DGF97L1: PIAB Quickborn, D
1250 FEC-A 96bd, allallallall seq. + ID. (ANG)
6976
"RFFHC"French Mil, Ajaccio, Corsica 1530 ARQ-E 192 bd msgs
addressed to mainland France. (JD2)
6984
MFA Warsaw 1700 POL-ARQ 100/250 w/circular, press review til
1800 (ANEE)
6987.5 MFA Moscow 1730 CROWD36 40.1 wkg/unid til 1800 (ANEE)
7285.9 Unid: 1700 RTTY 100/64 ry's.(BvR)
7286
Unid: 1701 RTTY 100/56 ry's.(BvR)
7286.1 Unid: 1702 RTTY 100/85 ry's. (BvR)
7314.9 Unid: 0815 PICCOLO 20bd w/encrypted tfc. (DW2)
7319
SUU: Cairo Meteo 1828 RTTY 100 bd wx.(BvR)
7335
ECA7: Madrid Meteo 0517 FAX 120/576 w/wx chart. At 0520, broadcast
of chart from Las Palmas. (DW2)
7398
unid USAF AWS PTR/S. Florida 0349 FAX 120/576 w/wx chart. (DW2)
NHF/NRR or UNID: USAF/USN AWS Roosevelt Roads, PR or UNID, Florida
0015 part of unk chart northern hemi from pole "EQUATOR". At 0025z
"xxx24 KGWC 281200Z PERCY / WEINMANN" upper air frontal chart
northern hemi from pole. At 0037z "KCTA21? KGWC VT281200Z HALLIMAN /
LIPSCOMB" unk world mercator chart from 45s-->45n. At 0057z unk upper
air chart northern hemi from pole "500MB??...EQUATOR" These are the
most identifiable ones from 4 hours monitoring! (LC) NRR: USN
Roosevelt Roads PR 0138 FAX 120/576 wx chart. Same chart as being
sent on 7870 kHz at same time with same strength sig and superior
copy w/o any noise lines on chart (RM)
7406.7 Unid: 0600 UNID 100/230 fsk system til 0700 (ANEE)
7407.3 NATO N. Europe? 1845 UNID 75/750 fsk bdcst til 1930 (ANEE)
7433.5 HLL5: SEOUL METEO, KOR 0753 FAX 120/576 W/quality maps of E.
Asia.(WT)
7456.7 prob RFTJ: FF Dakar 0344 ARQ-E3 192/360 w/idles. (DW2)
7524
TYE: As. Cotonou 1539 ARQ-M2 96/400 Idle. (RR2)
7535
AXI33: Darwin Meteo 1053 FAX 120/576 w/chart. (DW2)
7542.7 RFTJD: FF Libreville 0625 ARQ-E3 192/304 w/idles. Control de voie at
0651. (DW2) "RFTJ" Dakar 0313 ARQ-E3 192/400 C.I. ="jdj", Controle de
voie (ED)
7546
Unid 1447 RS-ARQ II 240bd Idle. (RR2)
7552
5ST: Antananarivo Madagascar 0605 RTTY 100/425 synop wx. (MS4)
7564.5 Unid 1603 RTTY 50/400 Msg Ara. (RR2)
7575
Unid: 0130 Same sig as hrd by DW2 in last month's logs. Puny sig at
my QTH but sounded like FEC. DW2 said 110 bd but Wavecom W-4100 can't
even hear the little rascal to verify. Unid: 0026 75/170 encrypted
(RM)
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7577.5 C37A: Israeli Intel, Jerusalem 1653 ARQ-E 288/330 crypto to "6XM8"
QSX 9208 kHz (MC)
7586
RFVITT: 1415 ARQ-E3 96/400 wkg/RFVIT til 2000 (ANEE) prob RFVITT: FF
Dzaoudzi 0331 ARQ-E 96/360 w/idles. (DW2) RFVITT: FF Dzaouti, Mayotte
Island 2222 ARQ-E 96/425 idle (EW)
7595
AOK: USN Rota 0155 FAX 120/576 w/chart. (DW2)
7595.8 IEA: Moi Roma 1415 RTTY 50/170 Cripto. (RR2)
7606.7 prob RFHI: FF Noumea 0736 ARQ-E3 100/315 w/idles. (DW2)
7625
HZN47: Jeddah Air, S. Arabia 2030 RTTY 100/850 meteo.
7634
F9S: Prague Czech 1517 FEC-A 192/395 French embassy wkg P6Z Paris.
Also tfc from P6Z to F9S. (PT)
7642.7 RFFTA: 0515 ARQ-M2 200/360 tfc w/RFFVAY ch1: tlxes, ch2: Notamns on
sfor acft in Zagreb area til 1915 (ANEE) RFFA: MOD, Paris, FRA 1000
ARQ-M2 200/400 both ch w RQ sig.(RM) RFFP: Mod Parigi 1138 ARQ-M2
200/400 Msg Fra. (RR2)
7643.2 RFLIG: FF, Cayenne, GUF 1000 ARQ-E3 192/400 RQ sig.(RM)
7644.2 prob RFVI: FF Le Port 0138 ARQ-E3 100/379 w/idles. (DW2)
7656
DDH 7: Hamburg Meteo, D 1222 RTTY 50bd Wx for North Sea(AB)
7658
YZI223: TANJUG, Belgrade 2220 RTTY 50/425 w/EE nx. (RB)
7670
RCC76: Moscow Meteo 0129 FAX 60/576 w/chart. (DW2)
7680
GXQ: BA London 2227 VFT Foxes. (RR2) GXQ: BA, London, GBR 1011
RTTY 50/350 ryi, fox, 10 cnt (RM)
7705.7 prob RFTJ: FF Dakar 0323 ARQ-E3 192/368 w/idles. (DW2)
7716
Unid: 1430 ARQ-E 192/140 the mysterious idler started one hour
earlier today (1430) no tfc (ANEE)
7734.7 MFA Cairo? 1700 ARQ wkg/embassy Paris? til 1730 and qrt (ANEE)
7746
Unid 1101 VOCODER Undecoded. (RR2)
7750
NATO/USN 1900 UNID 75/850 fsk bdcst til 2000 (ANEE)
7755.2 RFQP: FF Djibouti 2145 ARQ-M2 200/350 ch a: 5FGs frm RFFAAC + Cdev
RFQP + 5FGs frm RFFICR + clear FF frm RFGW? (SS) Unid: poss RFQP 2200
ARQ-M2 200/400 ch A: msg zapped by noise during ct id and after oo
rfqp de rfqp (prob. a cdv msg). Ch B is idle (RM)
7759
Russian Diplo, ? 1712 CROWD-36 tfc (MC)
7760
RGH77: Arkhangels. Met 1233 RTTY 50/850 Wx. (RR2)
7763.5 3BZ: Plaisance Airport Mauritius 0700 ARQ-E3 48/425 idle. (MS4)
7770
PUERTO RICO Rosie Roads 0215 FAX 120/576 SA chart, down from usual
7870, still //4855 (ANUS) GYU: RN Gibilterra 1305 VFT Cripto/Wx.
(RR2)
7772.6 British Mil, ? 1715 VFT: 96/274 ARQ-M4 idle on betas (MC)
7776.5 OST33: Oostende Radio 0210 FEC w/tfc list. Down at 0211. (DW2)
7784
unid: USAF AWS PTR/S. Florida 0307 RTTY 75/919 w/wx tfc. At 0310,
transmitted a "Tropical Analysis & Forecast" from the Tropical
Prediction Center, Miami. Heavy focus on Florida wx. Down for
good at 0320. (DW2)
7786
A Pol. Londra 1625 POL-ARQ 100/250 Msg Pol. (RR2)
7789.7 MFA Cairo 1900 ARQ wkg embassy Rome til 2000 w/ATU-80 qsx? (ANEE)
7801
Unid: 1706 81-81 81/200 tfc (MC)
7808.6 Dogana Algerina 1539 COQ-8 26.7/30 FF Msg. (RR2)
7810
'WCD': DoSC Moskva, RUS 1402 RTTY 75/500, 5 LGs to 'LKF' on link
00031 QSX 8023 kHz. (ANG)
7810.5 Unid 1521 PIC-12 20/20 Undecoded. (RR2)
7813.4 Algerian Customs, Illizi 1607 COQUELET-8 26.7bd MSGs in FF to Deb
Deb Customs. Algerian Customs, Deb Deb 1607 COQUELET-8 26.7bd MSGs
in FF to Illizi Customs (MC)
7815
BAA22: BEIJING METEO 0750 RTTY 50/950 W/wx, AAXX format. (WT)
7821
DoSC Moskva, RUS 1450 RTTY 75/500, 5LGs to 'DKR' on link 70060. (ANG)
7822.2 prob RFFA: MOD Paris 0138 ARQ-M2 200/380 w/idles.(DW2) RFFA: MOD
Paris 2211 ARQ-E3 200/400 idle (RM)
7831.5 prob 5ST: Antananarivo 0133 ARQ-E 48/386 w/idles. Very loud at my
QTH. (DW2) 5ST: Antananarivo Meteo 0305 ARQ-E3 48/379 w/idles. (DW2)
5ST: ASCENA Madagascar 1356 ARQ-E3 48/400 idling. (RB) 5ST:
Antananarivo, Madagascar 1750 ARQ-E3 48 bd idling: (JD2)
7836
Russian Mil? 2143 UNID 200/500 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
7840
RFFBBWM: FF Avant 1348 ARQ-E 72/400 Idle. (RR2)
7841.7 Unid: Egyptian Embassy 2314 ARQ. Hard to get good read, but
recognized "KDS" (to) and "HUXD" (End of msg). (DW2) Unid: 0111
ARQ-E 96/383 w/idles. (DW2) RFFXI: FF, Bangui 1721 ARQ-E 96/400
5LGs "de rffxi" (MC) RFFXI: FF Bangui CAF 2230 ARQ-E 96/400 w/CdeV
Pagina 92
7845
7845.2
7855
7863.5
7868
7870
7871.7
7880
7896.7
7907.7
7916
7917.7
7919
7930.3
7937.7
7946
7946.5
7975
7979.7
7983.7
7991.5
8001.7
8002
8004
8008
8010.6
8013.4
8015
8016.7
8019
8019.8
8020
8023
8023.7
8025
8026
8028
8030
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cct XZI (ML2) Unid: 2349 ARQ-E 96/400 idle (RM)
Unid 1515 VFT Undecoded. (RR2)
Unid: 0106 FAX 120/576 w/wx chart. Down at 0108. Listed as Unid:
CIS in M.R.'s list. Khabarovsk Meteo logged here in the past, but it
is supposedly off the air. Unable to get good read on chart to get
id. Any one know who this is? (DW2)
Unid 2050 VFT Undecoded. (RR2)
SPW: Warsaw R., POL 2347 ARQ idling (RM) Unid: 0711 ARQ irs mode qsl
11 - - 19 +? tks do milego bibi+?(BvR)
6MK50: YONHAP, SEOUL KOR 0813 RTTY 50/400 W/nx in EE. (WT)
unid: USAF AWS PTR/S. Florida 0301 FAX 120/576 w/wx chart. (DW2) NRR:
USN Roosevelt Roads PR 0121 FAX 120/576 wx chart. Strong sig gives
superior copy NRR: USN Meteo, Roosevelt Roads, PR 1022 FAX 120/576 wx
chart (RM)
Egyptian MFA, Cairo 1723 ARQ idle (MC)
DDK3: Hamburg Meteo 0923 FAX 120/576 w/chart. Moderate fading, but
readable. (DW2) DDK3: Hamburg Meteo, DEU 1022 FAX 120/576 wx chart
(RM)
FF Fort de France? 0707 Unid mode 96/400 (no synch on ARQ e3)(BvR)
prob RFLI: FF Fort de France, MRT 0657 ARQ-E3 96/394 w/idles. prob
RFLI: FF Fort de France 0926 ARQ-E3 96/394 w/idles. (DW2) Prob. RFLI:
FF, Fort de France, MRT 1030 96.1/400 not ARQ-E, ARQ-E3, M2, N, or
FEC-A under W-4100 code analysis (RM)
Ganfuda Oil Co, Libya 0621 ARQ w/several tlxs sent, one very
long. (RB)
DGG91L2: Piab Bonn 1321 FEC-A 96/400 Press Ted. (RR2)
Unid: 0105 ARQ-E 100/390 idle S6dB (RT2)
Unid: 0600 PICCOLO/MK6 20.5/400 til 0630, then PIAB FEC-A 96/400
immediately after (ANEE) Bonn, Germany 1459 FEC-A 96/398 PIAB with
nx in GG. (PT) Piab Bonn 0730 FEC-A 96/400 Press Ted. (RR2)
Guardia Civil 1515 ARQ 100/300 SS Msg. (RR2)
RFFP: 0000 ARQ-M2 200/360 wkg/RFFVAT (ANEE) prob RFFP: MOD Paris 2310
ARQ-M2 200/308 w/idles. (DW2)
RFVI: FF Le Port 0107 ARQ-E 96/400 Idle. Unid 0740 RS-ARQ II 240bd
Cripto. (RR2) prob RFVI: FF Le Port, Reunion 2308 ARQ-E 96/364 w/
idles. Also at 0251 (DW2).
DHJ51: Grengel Meteo 0858 RTTY 100/400 Wx. (RR2)
SPW: Varsavia R 1800 FEC Press Pol. (RR2)
"RFTJ" Dakar 1033 ARQ-E3 48/400 idle, Circuit ID = "tjf" (ED)
prob RTFJ: FF Dakar 0803 ARQ-E3 48/383 w/idles. (DW2)
Unid: USN Mars 2257 PACTOR 100/214 w/tg's to NNN0COG: USS Enterprise
CVN-65.(DW2) NNN0RRM: NAVMARCORMARS 1558 PACTOR 200 bd w/MARSAGRAMS.
(RB) NNN0MDR: USMC MARS, USA 1103 Pactor "de NNN0MDR 15 msgs" (RM)
RFLI: FF Fort de France 1011 ARQ-E3 96/383 w/control de voie and
idles. prob RFHJ: FF Papeete 1056 ARQ-E3 w/chart. (DW2) RFHJ: French
Forces, Papeete 0749 ARQ-E3 96/342 Tahiti, idling, w/Controle de voie
at 0808e on C.I. HJL. (RB) Unid: 1041 96/300 unid. TP sys. No sync
to reg. 96 bd modes (RM)
Unid: 2210 81-81 81.1/450 (SS)
Russian Diplo, ? 1744 CROWD-36 selcal mode (MC)
Unid 0755 RS-ARQ II 240 bd Cripto. (RR2)
A Alg. Rabat 2154 COQ-8 13.3/30 FF Press. (RR2)
A Alg Pechino 2130 COQ-8 13.3/30 FF Msg. (RR2)
MFA Roma 1515 RS-ARQ II 240 bd Msg Ita. (RR2)
Egyptian MFA, Cairo 1828 ARQ 5LGs and ATU-80 MSGs to Embassy
Washington (MC)
Unid 2114 VFT 75 bd Undecoded. (RR2)
British Mil.? 2210 VFT RTTY 75/170 all ch's encrypted thru 8021.9.
(RM)
HMF85: Kcna 1228 RTTY 50/250 Press Ing. (RR2)
'LKF': UNID Russian Diplo/Intel 1405 RTTY 75/500 QSX 7810 kHz. (ANG)
EGY Emb., QTH unk. 0052 ARQ tfc/AA (RM)
MFA Bucharest 1945 ROU-FEC 164.4 wkg/unid til 2015 qrt; also cw,
on-line cipher ends hchchchch... (ANEE)
Unid: 0036 ARQ Went QRT at tune-in (RM)
SNG202: MFA Bucharest 1126 ROU-FEC 164/400 Msg Rum. (RR2)
UKR MIL, UKR 1346 RTTY 50/200, crypto tfc.(kriptogramma) after
ZZZZZ. (ANG)
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EGY-EMB Beograd, YUG 1535 ARQ ATU-80 msgs. (ANG)
GFA23, Bracknell Meteo, GBR 2116 FAX 120/576 wx chart (RM)
Unid 1730 VFT 46bd Idle. (RR2)
Brotherhood? 1750 RTTY 75/500 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
RFQP; FF, Djibouti, DJI 1945 ARQ-M2 200/400 RQ sig on both ch (RM)
RFQP: FF Jibuti 2007 ARQ-M2 200/400 Idle. (RR2)
8053.9 Russian Military?/NATO? 1645 UNID 200/475 fsk bdcst til 1930 (ANEE)
8055.7 Unid: 1508 UNID 108.9/170 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=32 (MC) Unid:
1424 FEC? 109.2/125 got no readout in FEC. QRT 1429 (RM) Unid 1505
UNID 108.8/170 Undecoded. (RR2)
8060
Unid 2047 VFT Undecoded. (RR2)
8063.2 RFFA, MOD, Paris, FRA 2053 ARQ-M2 200/400 both ch idle (RM)
8069
Unid: 1108 FAX 120/576 w/ satellite/press photo. Unable to get good
copy due to weak signal. (DW2)
8075.2 Unid: 2150 unid TP sys. Sounded like ARQ-E 72 bd, but too much QRM
(from 8074 USB voice) & QRN to pull in sig.(RM)
8076
Unid 1754 VFT 144 bd Undecoded. (RR2)
8077
Unid: 1346 RTTY very weak, unable to determine speed/shift (RM)
8077.5 Unid 2135 unid. TP sys at 144/170. May be same mystery sta. that was
hrd by ED at 0028 in last month's logs. Unid: 1347 RTTY very weak,
unable to determine speed/shift (RM)
8080
Unid: 0732 ARQ w/5lgs. (DW2) No NAA FAX hrd throughout the day on 8
Jan. Nothing hrd on // freqs either. Gone to satellite as
planned? (RM)
8080.5 Unid: 1055 ARQ idling (RM)
8081
Unid: 1349 RTTY 50/472 tuned in just in time to get"ar" (RM)
8083
RIJ75: Tashkent Meteo, UZB 2120 90/576 wx chart (RM)
8085
MKK:Raf London 1529 VFT Foxes. MKK:RAF London 0900 VFT 50/Foxes.(RR2)
8091
Russian Diplo, ? 1639 CROWD-36 tfc (MC)
8095
Unid 0845 VOCODER Undecoded. (RR2)
8099.3 DOR: MFA Sofia 1024 RTTY 150/500 Press Ing. (RR2)
8100
Unid: 0630 UNID 50/220 fsk system til 0700 (ANEE)
8105
RFFAB: 1545 ARQ-E 184.6/400 wkg/RFFXL til 0545 (ANEE) unid: FF?? 2320
ARQ-E 184.6/400 idle.(ANI) Unid: 2141 unid. TP sys at 192/400. No
sync to usual 192 bd modes (RM) Unid: 1352 unid TP sys at 100/200.
Rcvd RRRRR w/autospec, spread-11, spread-21, & spread-51, & SSSSS w/
SI-FEC. Sig. became weaker after 1400. Hrd agn at 1800 (RM)
8108.2 RFQP: 1845 ARQ-M2 200/380 wkg/RFFA til 0200 (ANEE) prob RFQP: FF
Djibouti 0052 ARQ-M2 200/315 w/idles. (DW2) RFQP, FF, Djibouti, DJI
1950 ARQ-M2 200/400 both ch idle (RM) RFQP, FF, Djibouti, DJI 2154
ARQ-M2 200/400 both ch's idle (RM)
8113
NATO/USN? 1900 UNID 75/850 fsk bdcst til 2100 (ANEE)
8113.3 Unid: 2000 UNID 75/850 FSK System on line encryption til 2030 (ANEE)
Unid: 1318 RTTY 75/850 encrypted (RM)
8115
Unid: 1406 RTTY 50/... Too weak to decode (RM)
8123.7 EGY Emb., Havana, CUB (rkukgk) 0038 FEC list of some sort to
"kdfpsosr" (al-rsigih in Latin abet) (RM)
8133
Russian Military? 1830 UNID 200/500 fsk til 1930 (ANEE)
8136.7 "RFQP" Djibouti 0151 ARQ-E3 200/400 "znr controle de voie", C.I.=
"djk" (ED)
8140
Russian Navy 0630 81-81 40.5/480 til 0700 (ANEE) BMF: T'ai-pei Meteo
0937 FAX 120/576 w/chart. (DW2) BMF: Taipei Meteo, TAI 2330 FAX
120/576 poor copy. Lots of static & other QRN (RM)
8145
EIP: Shannon Air, IRL 2028 RTTY 50/850 ry + EIAAYHYX (RM)
8146.6 IMB55: Rome Meteo, Italy 0724 FAX 120/576 w/double chart. (RB) IMB55:
Rome Meteo, ITA 2037 FAX 120/576 wx chart
8148
MFA Warsaw, POL 1400 POL-ARQ w/embassies Berne,Geneve, Paris and the
Hague (AB) SNN299: MFA Varsavia 1604 POL-ARQ 100/250 Msg Pol. (RR2)
8150.4 PBB: Den Helder Navy 1930 RTTY 75/850 carb text: //01y 02b 04a 06x
08b pbb// til 2000 (ANEE) PBB: 1620 RTTY 50/850 telemetry.(ANI) PBB:
DN Den Helder 1558 RTTY 75/850 Com Canali. (RR2)
8151
IGJ44:Rome Naval, I, 1330 RTTY 100/850 marker(CK) IGJ44: Italian Navy
Augusta 0751 RTTY 100/754 w/call tape. (DW2) NNN0MDW: Navy MARS HF
Mailbox 0409 PACTOR 200 w/MARSGRAMS being passed. (RB) IGJ44: IN
Augusta 0922 RTTY 50/850 Com Canali. (RR2)
8165
DoSC Moskva, RUS 1355 RTTY 75/500 unusual time and channel for
transmission to 'KUL', link 00142. 1410 cast on 12193 kHz not
hrd.(ANG)
Pagina 94
8034.7
8040
8045
8049
8050.2
8166
8169
8176.4
8177.7
8182.7
8188
8192
8194
8194.5
8195
8196.5
8214.7
8215.7
8221.5
8230
8249.7
8251.6
8272.6
8296
8302.5
8303
8303.3
8304
8327.7
8330.3
8333.8
8334.7
8338.5
8340
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SNN299: MFA Varsavia 1423 POL-ARQ 100/250 Msg Oper.. (RR2)
SOUD sta, ? 1642 RTTY 75/500 5LGs on link "11177 60047 33789 26463
00593" (MC)
FZR81: St. Denis Meteo 1820 RTTY 75/400 Wx. (RR2) FZR81: St Denis
Meteo, La Reunion 1901 RTTY 75/400 METAR and AIREP WX for Reunion,
Madagascar (MC)
Unid 0754 UNID 150/780 Undecoded. (RR2)
Unid 0958 PACTOR 200/170 Msg Fra. (RR2)
Polish Embassy, Athens 1702 POL-ARQ 100/250 Logging into MFA computer
w/"ateny gr" (MC)
9MR: Malaysian Navy, Johor Baharu 1002 RTTY 50/810 w/tfc for JUTT,
JULL, and RMMJ. Signal readable w/moderate fading. First time hrd
at my QTH. (DW2) 9MR: NAVY Johar Baharu, Malaysia 1106 RTTY 50/850
ry sg de 9mr (EW)
Unid: ARG naval vsl 0049 RTTY 75/850 several 5LG msgs. Grps always
end w/"zendz" (w/"end" btwn two z's). Grps always begin differently
but the first two grps are patterned thusly--abcab cabcx--w/the first
three ltrs, here a,b, & c, repeated in order 3X, fol'd by an extra
ltr to complete the 5LG initiator. (RM)
The naval vsl at 8194 moves here at 0104 RTTY 75/170. This time, the
5LG's begin w/"zsynz" (w/"syn" for sync between the z's). The msgs
end w/"zendz" as before. Several years ago, I found that this method
of sending 5LG msgs was typical of the Argentine Navy. Sure enough,
as I write this,the sta. comes up at 0114 and sends "lor lor lor lor
lor de de de 030XC apec 030C 03F0" fol'd by ry, sg, int zbz k. LOR is
AN, Puerto Belgrano, ARG (RM)
Unid 1230 RS-ARQ II 240bd Cripto. (RR2)
Unid 1450 RS-ARQ II 240bd Cripto. (RR2)
Unid: 2310 ARQ buried under heavy QRN (RM)
Unid: 2330 ARQ static covered (RM)
WAFFA Gupco Oil Co. 1700 FEC huge tlx summary of all field and
platform weekly production levels for Gulf, UAE,Qatar. (ANEE) Unid:
1655 ARQ sc vxuv. D1B 750: 2106 ARQ 81230 sc ptxq mgs to Waffa. Unid:
1924 ARQ sc vpom vxvu.(BvR)
unid: 1655 ?? 81.1/120 ???.(ANI) (Russian Military 81-81 - LOGS)
Unid: 0645 ARQ unid chatter til 0700 and qrt (ANEE)
SHIP UNID 2118 ARQ 8251.66 Selcalls "yzzy" in middle of ship dx RT
channels. Three periods of calls then offair (DW).
unid: 1625 ARQ xbvy xbvy. (ANI)(xbvy: Egyptian Embassy, London LOGS)
Unid: 0836 FAX 120/576 w/wx chart. Moderate QRM from adjacent voice
comms. Down at 0846. Chart had a UFL stamp from 31 DEC 1996;
however, UFL doesn't produces faxes (or does it?) (DW2)
Unid: 2224 unid. Pactor-like TP sys. CW s/o at 2226 (RM)
LOR: Argentine Navy Puerto Belgrano 0624 RTTY 75/675 w/SS plaintext
Radioaviso's. Several chart corrections and navigational hazards
msgs. LOR: Argentine Navy, Puerto Belgrano, ARG 0632 RTTY 75/170 w/
priority TGs consisting of 5FG's. (DW2) LOR: Argentine Navy, Puerto
Belgrano, ARG, 0403 RTTY 75/200 w/5LG's. (RB) LOR: AN, Puerto
Belgrano, ARG 2306 RTTY 75/688 routine tfc in SS (RM)
Unid: (prob. USN) 2311 RTTY 75/850 real loud sig, wiping out LOR's.
Crypto after NGJYJ NGJYJ NGJYJ. QRT 2313 (RM)
Unid: 2223 ARQ Was clobbered by USB voice tfc on same freq. (RM)
Unid: 2257 ARQ idling until 2302, then went to 8329 kHz USB and
talked in unid. lang. (RM)
prob RFVI: FF Le Port 0311 ARQ-E3 100/353 w/idles. (DW2) RFHI? 2010
ARQ-E3 100/400 RQ sig. (RM)
Unid: 2228 100/400. Went QRT at tune-in (RM)
Unid: vsl 2252 FEC tfc in GK. 2253: went to USB on 8333 kHz &
talked to 2nd OM in GK (RM)
Unid: 2232 Similar to that hrd on 8302.5 kHz (RM) Unid: 2229 2341
unid. hi-speed TP sys Pactor-like sound (RM)
9HHE 4: mv Amber, INT 1433 ARQ w/Dynacom. P3BS 2: mv Heron, INT 1520
ARQ w/Dynacom. 9DHZ 4: mt Tom, INT 0950 ARQ w/Dynacom (AB) MT Tom:
0731 ARQ 63378 merry X mas mgs. MT Cloud 0715 ARQ mgs to Dynacom
Athens (BvR) Unid: 2236 ARQ MPKV selcalling. 2305: "fm at929 kls sas
09/01/1997 zycprcte" and back to selcalling. 2309: fm at 929 two ps
nr1 and back to selcalling (RM)
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8341.7 RFHI: FF Noumea 0552 ARQ-E3 100/333 w/control de voie. Heavy QRM from
ANDVT signal right on freq. (DW2)
8345
SVQJ: MV Apanemo 0657 ARQ w/TG's. Offloaded cargo of Siberian light
crude oil. (DW2) Unid: 2338 ARQ selcalling (RM)
8361.7 Unid: 0230 ARQ w/plaintext Greek ? tfc. Down at 0236. Greek net
logged here in the past in ARQ. C3-Gold mis-id'd the ARQ signal as
TWINPLEX, as it was a little "fuzzy". (DW2) Unid: ship 2233 ARQ s/o
w "statka- propadet molodoe pokolenie dewochek tam lady wsehg 73
bi-bi brk" (RM)
8371
UKDC: TKH PIONER MOLDAVII 0815 RTTY 50/170 relaying tfc from
Arkhangelsk (in EE) to UCNA: TKH VASILIY MUSINSKIY abt berthing
prospects then repeated in FEC. Note new c/s UCNA used but UKDC still
on old. (HOOD)
8377
P3ED7: MV Dinaxar 1933 ARQ 24105 mgs abt eta/speed, speed limited abt
sea conditions. (BvR) ZCBF2:1840 ARQ wx tfc to Portishead Radio.
SXGU: 1852 ARQ wkg Portishead Radio. BROR mv BADALING 1927 ARQ wkg
Cullercoats Radio (VP)
8379
ELNS4: M/V Pacific Star 2255 ARQ Liberian-flagged 10,564 DWT reefer
(Star Reefers) w/tlx. ELOK5: M/T Iz 0313 ARQ Liberian-flagged tanker
w/tlx tfc, login 24426 ELOK5. (RB)
8379.5 TCGO:(no name) 1937 ARQ msg for Goteborg QSPV PS: tuned in too late,
missed most of the msg (VP)
8380
P3JR4: M/V Agios Ioannis 0335 ARQ 16,070 DWT dry cargo vsl,
w/tlx.(RB)
8380.5 3EJN9: MSC LUISA 1210 ARQ psn rpt. login 42965 LUIS. (HOOD)
8382
Unid: 1657 ARQ Unid sc pcyv. (PCYV is Tallin Radio - LOGS) ESDX: MV
Vilsandi 1658 ARQ 56761 pos 36.4n 21.00e co/ch ESA 8422(BvR) ESDZ:
ML Kassari 1913 ARQ wkg with TALINN PCYV (VP)
8382.5 AQPN: M/V DELTA STAR 1830 ARQ W/AMVER/PR, 3138N 12417W. Login 29398
DSTR. (WT)
8383
SXNU: M/V Ruby 2142 ARQ 2,450 DWT bulk carrier, wkg SVA w/posn 2413N/
8200W, login 16939 SXNU. SXDH: M/V Caribia Express 0343 ARQ 28,152
DWT container ship, login 16951 SXDH. (RB)
8383.5 LYCL: MV Medininkay 1450 ARQ tlx to Klaipeda ship 49530(BvR)
8384
T/H Global Force 0700 ARQ with disp/1 msg to Odessa. Signed KM
Inozentsev. (DW2)
8384.5 ELJK3: M/T Amersham 2229 ARQ Liberian-flagged 89,748 DWT oil tanker,
w/tlx adv of delay due to bad wx, login 26413 AMERSH. (RB) SQMZ: M/V
JAN DLUGOSZ 0805 ARQ W/tlx. (WT)
8385.5 WEZM: SS Ewa 0741 ARQ w/ETA msg addressed to VPR Group LAX/SF (DW2)
WMLH: M/V Tillie Lykes 2109 ARQ U.S.-flagged 37,167 DWT container
ship (Lykes Bros) w/login in (11701 TILL) for msg ck. (RB) 3FLW6:
M/T ASIA PIONEER 0735 ARQ Wkg WNU (Globe freq) w/AMVER/PR. 1344N
10417W. (WT)
8387
Unid: 1051 ARQ w/sc VFKQ (Lyngby Radio). (DW2) OXWB2: M/V Danica
Sunrise 2107 ARQ 1,700 DWT dry-cargo vsl wkg Lyngby radio w/tlx,
login 05862 OXWB. OVTK2: M/S Nadia J. 2157 ARQ w/tlx tfc, login
86010 OVTK. (RB)
8387.5 SQEW: M/S Eugeniusz Kwiatowski 0047 ARQ w/1 tlx in PP. WCJY: SS
Export Patriot 2130 ARQ 16,871 DWT U.S.-flagged container ship
(Farrell Lines) w/log in (10816 WCJY) for msg ck. (RB) UNID: SPRIGHT
0758 ARQ W/tlx. (WT)
8388
WUBV: SS Jean Lykes 2207 ARQ 21,387 DWT U.S.-flagged container ship
(Lykes) w/tlx tfc. (RB)
8388.5 PGON: MV Orange Klipper 1707 ARQ amver/nyk 37.02n 043.27w.(BvR) Unid:
0640 ARQ sending sc: 1092, Chatham R. (WCC). (DW2) D Shostakovich
(no callsign) 1558 ARQ qsx with QYYV Scheveningen NL. (VP)
8389.5 3EKA9: LPG/C Artesia 2238 ARQ w/SS tlx. (RB)
8390
EBD8: Cartagena Naval, Spain 1030 RTTY 75/850 normally uses 100 bd
crypto at 1348 daily. (JD2)
8390.5 C6KY9: M/T Marinor 2138 ARQ 7,930 DWT chemical tanker, w/departure
report, bound Baltimore, Md to Savannah, Ga. (RB) LENA3: M/S Song of
America 0342 ARQ 1402 passenger Royal Caribbean Lines cruiseship, w/
login for wx, login 32915 LENA3. (RB)
8392.5 UBLA: TKH Mekhanik Slauta 2023 ARQ w/admin tfc to Novorossiysk Radio
fm master, KM Prostakov, login 54970 UBLA. 9HMX3: TK Novomir 1 2131
ARQ 23,330 DWT Russian crewed tanker (Novoship UK) w/crew TG's to
Novorossiysk via UGW. UYXS: TK Mekanik Garnnik 0015 ARQ w/crew TG's
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(NVR/MMP?) to Novorossiysk Radio, login 55112 UYXS. (RB)
8394
C6OD9: MV Vilma 2110 ARQ w/posn report. (DW2)
8394.5 ATJP: M/V MARTHA MESSENGER 0600 ARQ Login, rx only. (WT)
8394.5 ATJP: M/V MARTHA MESSENGER 0600 ARQ Login, rx only. (WT)
8395
ELIU3: M/V Del Monte Trader 2105 ARQ Liberian-flagged 12,504 DWT
reefer. (RB)
8395.5 ESBP: MV NAISSAAR 1049 ARQ posn rpt via OST. login 56737 ESBP. (HOOD)
8396
C6KR7: MV Winter Moon 0214 ARQ w/TG to NOS Singapore w/msg re: wages.
2nd TG sent to GWF ANTW. Used log on WINMON. (DW2)
8397
SHIP UNID 0837 ARQ tfc via Arkhangelsk ?. UCOS: SHIP UNID 0941 ARQ
End tfc fm UCOS. Selcalls KYVF (Arkhangelsk/UCE)(DW) UCOZ:
Mekhanik Semakov 0838 ARQ w/sc KYVF (Arkhangelsk R).(DW2) USBU: TKH
VYBORGSKAYA STORONA 0910 ARQ admin from Km Fedorov and BBXX to UCE
(ITU now gives as UCND). UCOW: TKH PETROVSKIY 1355 ARQ using new c/s
to UCE (is ex UQKW). (HOOD) UIUR: TKH Petr Strelkov 2213 ARQ 10179
DWT Russian-flagged bulk carrier, sending selcall KYVF (UCE,
Arkhangelsk Radio), & login 66101 UIUR for RR tlx. (RB)
8398
Unid: 0643 ARQ sending sc: 0691 (??). (DW2) Zodiac 1650 RTTY 50/170
ppr 5 msgs in a row and in Cyrillic wkg with ??? (VP)
8398.5 3FWD2: SHIP "AFROS" 1322 ARQ Selcalls QSPV (Maritex) then ship tfc
Xmas greetings. SHIP "OSMANGAZI" 1304 ARQ Tfc via dirtlx to NAVALSUD
Taranto. SHIP KEKOVA 1105 ARQ Poor copy. Bunkering requirements?.
SHIP UNID 1037 ARQ End of tfc (staary requirements) (DW).
8399
UZPF: TKH Parkhomenko 0354 RTTY 50/170 w/admin TG's to Odessa from
master.(RB)
8399.5 SHIP "DISPET4ECUGV" ? 1011 RTTY 50/N/170 3sc tfc via Murmansk (DW).
8400
SHIP UNID 0847 ARQ Intership simplex in Norwegian (?) SHIP UNID 1628
ARQ Intership simplex but very long period idling on betas.. A little
chat but unable to ck language (DW). UTMQ: RS Oskar Luts 0811 RTTY
50/170 w/TG's. (DW2) UUBL: TKH MAKSIM RYLSKIY 0742 RTTY 50/170 crew
TGs to UFN (is ex UHZA) (HOOD)
8401
SHIP SRTM MERAK 0953 RTTY 50/170 tfc in 3sc via Klajpeda (?).(DW)
UTSI: RTM Sokolinoe 0657 RTTY 50/170 w/TG's. (DW2) UAVX: DOKUCHAYEVSK
(AG-1335) 0900 RTTY 50/170 admin from Km Timonin to RKLM using c/s
and hull only. (HOOD) LYES: TR Suomiyos Ilanka 2115 RTTY 50/170
Lithuanian 11,781 DWT reefer/fish carrier wkg LYL, Klaipeda Radio,
Lithuania, w/tfc to Transflot Klaipeda. (RB)
8401.5 UTOK: TX Akademik Evgenij Paton 0813 RTTY 50/170 w/TG's.(DW2) UBDC:
TR WILHELM PIECK 0854 RTTY 50/170 admin to UIW. (is ex UWGP). (HOOD)
UZNV: RKTS Konstrukor Koliv 2055 RTTY 50/170 Ukrainian 3,977 DWT
fishing trawler/freezer, w/admin TG's from master, KM Dachbrovskiy.
UWPR: TKH Karl Liebknekht 2125 RTTY 50/170 w/RYRY/DE to UUI, Odessa
Radio & w/RR TG re ETA Las Palmas & wx report from master KM
Tikhonenko. YLGN: TR Atmoda 2007 RTTY 50/170 w/crew TG's to Riga
Radio, also sends for TN Zhal'giris, last known to be LYAQ. (RB)
3FKW4: 1924 RTTY 50/170 wkg Kaliningrad several RR msgs Ps: I have my
doubt about the "4" of the callsign... (VP)
8402
UQSL: TR Rizhskij Zaliv 0652 RTTY 50/170 w/TG's.(DW2) UUZU: TKH VEGA
1417 RTTY 50/170 admin from Km loginov to "UKTRAMP", Odessa, via UUI.
(HOOD) UVVY: TKH Kapore 2004 RTTY 50/170 Ukrainian-flagged cargo
ship, w/admin tfc to St Petersburg Radio from master KM Labeev. LYCG:
ML Kapitonas Mesleriakov 2105 RTTY 50/170 10,146 DWT bulk carrier, w/
admin msg from master, Kpt Trofimov. (RB)
8402.5 SHIP UNID 1151 RTTY 50/R/170 3sc Appears to be relaying from other
vsls via Arkhangelsk (DW). UATZ: BATM Kondrat Bilyutin 2210 RTTY
50/170 Russian long range/endurance 'large' trawler, w/crew TG's home
(KLD/UTF). N/A: RTMKS Kurskaya Kosa 1950 RTTY 50/170 stern ramped
super trawler/super freezer, w/crew TG's to Kaliningrad Radio, c/s
is unk. UAUA: BATM Valeriy Dzhaparidze 2008 RTTY 50/170 Russianflagged large autonomous long range/endurance trawler/freezer, w/
RYRY/DE to UIW, K-grad, & into crew TG's home (KLD/UTF), is Ex-UNMJ.
UNTD: RTMS Grechinikov 2004 RTTY 50/170 w/crew TG's to K-grad. (RB)
8403
UQNK: TKH PECHENGA 0726 RTTY 50/170 msg (in EE, passing Gibraltar)
to Greek agents from Km Kiselev via UCE (ITU now UCOX). (HOOD)
8403.5 SPYG: mv Wladyslaw Jagiello, INT 1000 ARQ 100bd Msgs (AB) UUUB: RKTS
Marshal Sudets 2010 RTTY 50/170 3,977 DWT Ukrainian fishing trawler/
freezer, w/crew TG's to Sevastopol Radio. (RB)
8404.5 UFZJ: RTMS Azimut 1954 RTTY 50/170 Russian Rybolovnyj Trauler
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Morilzhnyj (RTMS), or super fishing trawler/super freezer vsl, w/
crew TG's (KLD/MRH) to K-grad. (RB)
USPV: TKH Mekhanik Aniskin 2102 RTTY 50/170 w/RYRY/DE to USU,
Mariupol Radio, & into admin TG's from master, KM Bagriy. UHCQ: TKH
Pravdinsk 2207 RTTY 50/170 w/crew TG's home. UOUW: TKH Novoaltaysk
2208 RTTY 50/170 8,805 DWT dry cargo vsl, w/crew TG's. SQGG: M/V
Kaszuby II 2134 ARQ Polish-flagged reefer, w/tlx in PP to Szczecin
Radio, login 43027 SQGG. (RB)
USNM: RTMA Pyatigorsk 1920 RTTY 50/170 2,177 DWT Ukrainian-flagged
fishing trawler/freezer (Atlantic-class), w/crew TG's to Sevastopol
Radio (UKR), SVS/MRH. (RB)
SHIP "MARCEL SUDEC"(?) 0906 RTTY 50/170 tfc in 3sc including relay
tfc (DW). (this is UUUB: RKTS Marshal Sudets - LOGS)Unid: RR mv 0847
RTTY 50/170 w/numerical tfc for a variety of Russian fishing vsls.
(DW2) UTDC: TKH ILYA SELVINSKIY 1426 RTTY 50/170 admin to USO5 (vsl
is ex UHMS). (HOOD) URHL: TKH Krasnoarmeysk 1945 RTTY 50/170 3,019
DWT Ukrainian-flagged dry cargo ship, w/RYRY, DE to USU, Mariupol
Radio, & w/admin TG's to same from master KM Nedbaylov (MRU/MMF).
(RB)
URCB: T/H Vasilij Musinskij 0724 RTTY 50/170 w/TG's. (DW2) UOWB: TKH
Fastov 2218 RTTY 50/170 w/posn tlx to Murmansk Radio, 1515S/
07148W.(RB)
UNXI: BATM Marshal Krylov 2058 RTTY 50/170 long range/endurance
'large trawler' w/crew TG's to K-grad. (RB)
SHIP UNID 1012 ARQ Long period betas/rq's. Eventually weak tfc in EE
with originator not ship but tfc being relayed by a ship from
Dynacom T.M. Ltd to ship named "Ruby" (DW)
URVV: BATM MERIDIAN-1 0710 RTTY 50/170 W/tlg's in RR. (WT)
SHIP "GRETICNIKMW2 2017 RTTY 50/170 Tfc in 3sc. Then "RY's UIW de
UFZJ k" UFTJ: SHIP RTMS "AZIMUT" 2024 RTTY 50/R/170 Calls RY's UIW
de UFZJ k" then 3sc tfc (DW). UGVQ: SRTM EKLIPTIKA 1421 RTTY 50/170
crew TGs to UIW. (HOOD)
UIAW: MIKHAIL KVASHNIKOV (MB-0006) 1419 RTTY 50/170 admin to
"MURMANSK SEVRYBA" via UDK2. (HOOD)
UCAW: MANGALY 0902 RTTY 50/170 admin and crew TGs to UHS. (vsl at
61.47N 04.27E). (HOOD)
GMDSS CHANNEL 0804 FEC 21 GMDSS Packets in 11 hours. Nil distress
alerts (DW).
NMF: USCG BOSTON 1654 FEC Navarea IV and Hydrolant warnings. MSI
broadcast (DW).
ZLA: Globe Wireless, New Zealand. 0615 FEC W/MEBA nx. (WT)
FFT: St Lys, France 1041 ARQ CW ID &. (WP2)
HEC: Berne, Swtz 1038 ARQ CW ID. (WP2)
WLO: MOBILE RADIO (WLO) 2128 ARQ w/CW marker "WLO" and tuning
burst (DW). NMO: USCG HONOLULU 0130 FEC W/wx warnings. (WT)
9AR: Rijeka, Croatia 0336 ARQ CW ID. (WP2)
SVU: Athens, Greece 0337 ARQ FAST CW ID. (WP2)
SPA41: GYDNIA RADIO 0850 FEC Tfc list. Freq in use quoted as ch204
(4272/4205.5) 823 1238 1603 (DW)
EAQ: Aranjuez, Spain 0340 ARQ CW ID. (WP2)
WLO:MOBILE RADIO 2132 ARQ Wx forecast Nicaragua, E Cuba and other
Caribbean area mentioned. ID's as WLO wkg ship. Then Marker "WLO" and
tuning burst (DW). YLQ: RIGA RADIO 1529 ARQ nav wngs in Latvian &
EE. (HOOD)
UFN: Novorossiysk R., RUS, 0910 ARQ wkg UKFH and UVLQ (CK) UFN:
NOVOROSSIYSK RADIO 1534 ARQ admin to UAIC: TK INZHENER CHITANOVA for
Km Boykov. (HOOD) WOM: AT&T Coastal sta Florida 0348 FEC w/
frequency list. (RB)
WLO: MOBILE RADIO 2142 ARQ w/CW marker "WLO" and tuning burst (DW)
VCT: Tors Cove NFLD 0342 ARQ CW ID. (WP2)
HWN: French Navy, Paris 0915 RTTY 75 Bd w/RYRY, SGSG, 1-0 cnt, & ID
(DE HWN). (PB2)
UIW: Kaliningrad Radio, RUS 1203 RTTY
50bd Tfc list +nx (AB)
CKN: CF, Victoria, BC, CAN 1332 RTTY 75/850 NAWS de CKN... (RM)
Unid: 1338 RTTY 75/850 encrypted (RM)
JJC: Kyodo nx 0907 FAX 60/576 w/nx fax in JJ. (DW2)
FUF: French Navy, Fort de France 0914 RTTY 75/866 w/test tape. (DW2)
FUF 1410 RTTY 75/639 FN Fort de France,Mrt de FUF testing sy/rg 1-9
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Unid: 1340 RTTY 75/850 encrypted (RM)
Unid: 1341 RTTY 100/170 encrypted (RM)
NMG: USCG New Orleans 0805 FAX 120/576 w/plaintext wx forecast. (DW2)
NMG, USCG, New Orleans, LA, USA 1343 FAX 120/576 wx chart; 1345
satellite photo (RM) NMG 1340 FAX 120/576 Cntr Freq 1700 USCG N
Orleans,La presumed/unuseable.(RT2)
Unid: 1900 Unid mode 180/264 afc 2 19.07 s/off.(BvR)
RFFXCCS: CENTRANS Favieres F 2310 ARQ-E 96/400 testing to RFFXIW
CENTRANS Bangui cct XXI (ML2)
Odessa radio 1523 RTTY 50/230 tts (ANI) UUI: ODESSA RADIO 1512 RTTY
50/170 admin to J8RK3: TKH GLOBAL SEA for Km Kozarenko. (HOOD)
UFN: Novorossisk R., RUS 1351 RTTY 50/170 TG tfc/RR (RM)
USU: Mariupol Radio, UKR 1501 RTTY 50/170 w/tfc to master,
'Beryanak'. USU: Mariupol Radio, UKR 2202 RTTY 50/170 w/RYRY to URMA,
TKH Skvortsov-Stepanov, & into tfc to master. (RB)
FUM: French Navy, Papeete 0923 RTTY 75/848 w/call tape. (DW2)
FUJ: FN, Noumea, NCL 1354 75/850 "-de fuj testing ryryryryry346
-de fuj testing ryryryryry347 -de fuj testing ryryryryry348..." (RM)
SPB 43: Szcecin Radio, POL 1200 FEC Tfc list (AB) SPB43: Szczecin R.,
POL 1357 FEC freq. list (RM)
Unid: 1359 RTTY 75/850 encrypted (RM)
UGC: ST PETERSBURG RADIO 1543 ARQ Marker "UGC" and tuning bursts.
Then wkg ship at 1551z but little copy (DW).
NMC: USCG CAMSPAC, Point Reyes 0927 FAX 120/576 w/wx chart. At 0932,
w/EPAC SFC ANALYSIS, and at 0944 w/satellite photo of Southern USA
and Central America. Excellent quality on all. (DW2)
Unid: 1830 Unid mode 200/486 no acf. (BvR)
UCE: Arkhangelsk Radio, RUS 1130 RTTY 50bd nx + tfc(AB) UCE:
Arkhangelsk Radio 1125 RTTY 50/158 w/TGs for various Russian vsls.
All were "Happy New Year" TGs. (DW2)
Unid: 1407 RTTY 75/850 encrypted (RM)
UNID KRE-DIPLO, ??? 1300 PSK + 1200 bps PSK, QSX 10692 kHz. (ANG)
Unid: 1300 UNID 200/500 fsk system possible Russian military? w/tfc
til 1400 (ANEE)
Unid: 1413 RTTY 100/425 encrypted (RM)
Egyptian Embassy, Belgrade 1618 ARQ ATU-80 MSGs to EGI Cairo hdr
"jg yphkg ydqfkm" (MC)
Nigeria? 1659 ARQ 100bd/200 Bank draft msgs in EE (MC)
Unid: 1414 RTTY 75/850 encrypted (RM)
Unid: 0715 UNID 75/200 fsk system til 0800 (ANEE)
Unid, location not known 1745 RTTY 75/850 "Fox" test tape, no ID;
Z-bit Stop element: exact speed 74.77 bd. (JD2)
Unid: Havana 0149 ARQ ATU-80, Egypt MFA (ED)
5YE: NAIROBI MET 1954 RTTY 100/850 Met tfc (DW). 5YE 0045 RTTY
100/850 nairobi metro,Ken synoptic wx (RT2)
5YE: NAIROBI MET 1957 FAX 120/576 Upper air chart originator METEO
FRANCE and various other charts (DW).
AOK: USN Rota 1001 FAX 120/576 w/chart. (DW2)
DFZG: MFA Belgrade, YUG 1430 RTTY 75bd nx + msgs (AB)
Unid 1630 VFT Undecoded. (RR2)
GYU: RN GIBRALTAR 2131 DCN 8 channel interleaved vft on USB (DW). BA
? 1834 VFT Cripto. (RR2)
Unid 0835 VOCODER Undecoded. (RR2)
Unid: 0630 UNID 100/480 fsk system til 0800 (ANEE)
Unid: 0630 UNID 100/480 unid FSK System til 0700 appears to be RR or
Ukrainian, FSK 200 system at half-speed (ANEE)
FF PARIS [RFFA] ? 2135 ARQ-E3 192/400 8rc. Betas. Poor sync. Fading
(DW). RFFA: MoD Paris, F 2027 ARQ-E3 192/342 (presumed) idling. (RB)
RFQP: ff Djibouti 0330 ARQ-E3 100 Controle de voie. (MS4)
BA 1127 VFT Cripto/Wx. (RR2)
NPG: USN San Francisco 1008 FAX 120/576 w/end of Surface winds chart.
At 1011, into Western Pacific chart. (DW2)
Unid: 2203 RTTY 100/825 encrypted (RM)
Unid: 2205 RTTY 150.3/824 encrypted) (RM)
Unid Egyptian embassy 2201 ARQ ATU AA(ED)
MFA Cairo 1800 ARQ wkg/embassy Rome til 1845 w/atu-80 tfc (ANEE)
NMF: USCG Boston 0813 FAX 120/576 w/wx chart. (DW2) NMF: USCG BOSTON
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... BRANCH" sfc anal part 1 "FROM 01 JAN 97 VT 1800Z FCSTR: MCRANDAL
(new one to me..!)" 2151z sat pic of E. USA / W. Europe "NOAA /
NESDIS..." (LC) NMF: USCG Boston MA USA 2152 FAX 120/576 NOAA
satellite photo of N. Amer. cloud cover excellent copy. CAN was
completely cloud covered. So was USA except for 1/2 of AZ and all
of NM OK TX AL GA NC SC and FL (RM)
9111.7 Egyptian Embassy, Bonn 1818 FEC ATU-80 MSGs to MFA Cairo "jg y--lg" (MC)
9118.6 A Alg Tunisi 0715 COQ-8 26.7/ 30 FF Msg. (RR2)
9119.7 8WB1: Ind.Embassy Moscow, RUS 1438 RTTY 50/190, offline encrypted
tfc to 8WD4 (New Delhi). (ANG)
9126.7 RFTJD: FF LIBREVILLE 2214 ARQ-E3 100/400 8rc. Betas (DW). prob RFTJD:
FF Libreville 0117 ARQ-E3 192/356 w/idles. (DW2)
9130
MGJ: RN Faslane Radio, Scotland 2107 RTTY 75/425 12c 16c etc(EW) MGJ:
RN FASLANE 2222 RTTY 75/850 CARB. Channel 4b busy (DW). MGJ RN
Faslane GBR 2145 RTTY 75/782 available ch's list (RM) GYA: Royal
Navy, London, UK 2130 RTTY 75bd coded msgs. (TK)
9130.1 Unid: 1407 RTTY 50/425 enc (RM)
9132
A Pol. Bonn 0834 POL-ARQ 100/250 Msg Pol. (RR2)
9135
MKD: RAF AKROTIRI 2226 Normally DCN 8 channel interleaved vft on USB.
Channels idle (DW).
9141.3 Dogana Algeri 0940 COQ-8 26.7/ 30 FF Msg. (RR2)
9141.9 Unid: 0745 UNID 120/200 variable spd fsk system 120/200 base speed
and idle/qrt varies 15-120 bauds (ANEE)
9147
GYE: RN London 0985 VFT Wx. (RR2)
9150
RCH73: Tashkent Meteo UZB 2137 FAX 90/576 wx chart good copy (RM)
9153
Polish Diplo, ? 1622 POL-ARQ 100/250 idle on betas (MC)
9154
D4B: Amilcar Air 0000 RTTY 50/700 24h ry (ANEE) D4B: Sal Air 2131
50/219 ry (RM)
9160
Unid 0854 UNID 100/500 Undecoded. (RR2)
9171.3 MFA Berne 1800 ARQ wkg/embassy Bucharest til 1900 w/off-line
ciphers (ANEE)
9174.5 MFA Berne 1800 ARQ wkg/embassy Warsaw til 1900 w/off-line
ciphers (ANEE)
9182
Unid: 1404 RTTY 50/234 enc (RM)
9186.7 Egyptian MFA, Cairo 1619 ARQ Receiving tfc from Belgrade QSX
8916.7kHz (MC)
9188
Unid 1107 VOCODER Undecoded. (RR2)
9192
Russian Navy 0800 81-81 81/220 tfc til 0830. Russian Navy 0600 81-81
162/200 speed doubled til 0830 (ANEE)
9192.5 5ST: Antannarivo Madagascar 0820 ARQ-E3/48 air tfc. (MS4) 5ST: ASCENA
Madagascar 1407 ARQ-E3 48/400 idling. (RB)
9202
'V5G': MFA Bucharest 1355 ROU-FEC 164.48/400, bit inversion (mask
10). (ANG)
9209
6XM8: Germany 1459 RTTY 100/360 Started idling in 288 baud ARQ-E
then calling C37A in RTTY and back to ARQ-E with encryption. (PT)
9226
RPFN: Portuguese Navy Lisbon 0105 RTTY 75/850 w/hand-keyed tfc.(DW2)
9239
"P6Z" MF4 Paris, France 1530 FEC-A 192 bd wkg unid embassy
"SRZ".(JD2)
9241.7 ? Algeria 2238 ARQ 5lg's and AA, space tone not continuous, Egypt.
Emb. (ED)
9248.2 'DOR': MFA Sofia, BUL RTTY 75/500 transmitting blind to ('SOB')
BUL-EMB Warsaw, QSX 10470 kHz but nothing hrd there! (ANG)
9254
Diplo Tur 1345 RS-ARQ II 240bd Cripto. (RR2)
9259
RFGW: MFA Parigi 1509 FEC-A 192/400 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
9263
Unid: 1024 FAX 120/576 w/wx chart. No id. Any ideas? (DW2)
9268.5 RET???: Guardia Civil, ? 1842 ARQ 100/400 crypto ends "cfm cfm cfm
fm van miso" (MC)
9277.9 MFA Bonn? 0645 RS-ARQ 240.1 idle mode til 0715 normally 228.7 bauds
during 1700 sked (ANEE)
9281
Russian Diplo, ? 1614 CROWD-36 tfc (MC)
9282
Unid 1106 VOCODER Undecoded. Unid 0857 LINK 11 Undecoded. (RR2)
9288
Brotherhood 1425 RTTY 75/500 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
9288.4 MFA Rome? 0330 RS-ARQ 228.7/220 til 0730 running cf=1925hz (ANEE)
9318
NRK: USN, Keflavik, ICELAND 1641 FAX 120/576 w/surface pressure
chart, fair. (RB)
9328
XVN: Hanoi VietNam 1415 RTTY 50/425 nx in ee VNA. (MS4)
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Unid 0839 VFT 144 Undecoded. (RR2)
Unid 0658 PIC-6/VFT 20/20 Stand by. (RR2)
Unid 2027 RS-ARQ II 240bd Cripto. (RR2)
UNID, ??? 1230 Rohde & Schwarz ALIS PSK mode, short simplex
bursts. (ANG)
OXT: Copenhagen Meteo 1210 FAX 120/576 w/chart. Down at 1215. (DW2)
DFJ36L1: Piab Bonn 1615 FEC-A 96/400 Press Ted. (RR2) PIAB Bonn, D:
1342 FEC-A 96/400 w/GG nx. (RB)
3BZ: Plaisance Airport Mauritius 0700 ARQ-E3/48 air tfc. (MS4)
Russian Mil 0800 UNID 100/500 fsk system, idle seen in tfc as late as
1415 attaches/advisors? MOD Paris 0645 FEC-A 192/400 wkg/Intel det/
Attache Moscow til 0700 off-line cipher; uses 150.8/400 idle/selcall
scheme (ANEE) P6Z: MFA Parigi 0900 FEC-A 192/400 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
Unid 1100 FEC-A 144/380 Cripto. (RR2)
HMF84: Kcna 1512 RTTY 50/250 Press Ing. (RR2)
Unid: 1821 RTTY 75/850 encrypted (RM)
GXQ: BA London 0855 VFT 50/ Foxes. (RR2)
JMJ3: Tokyo Meteo 1028 FAX 120/576 w/chart. (DW2)
Unid: 1822 RTTY 75/850 encrypted (RM)
ZKLF: Auckland Meteo 1030 FAX 120/576 w/beginning of chart. QRM from
adjacent SW sta. (DW2)
ETD3: A. Abeba Air 1741 RTTY 50/350 Qra. (RR2)
'C37A': Mossad Tel Aviv, ISR 1405 ARQ-E-288/340, SIGINT link to 6XM8,
BND Germany, channel number (21), QSX 10348 kHz. (ANG)
NIGERIAN BANK NET? 1703 ARQ Occasional words only. Selcal ALOS ?(DW)
KVM70: Honolulu Meteo 0053 FAX 120/576 w/satellite photo. (DW2)
French Diplo, ? 1634 TT2300b 100bd idle (MC)
RFFA: MoD Paris 2310 ARQ-E3 192/400 w/C de V to RFLIG Cayenne cct
IGU (ML2)
French Diplo, ? 1706 TT2300b 100bd tfc (MC)
BAF4: BEIJING METEO 0843 FAX 120/576 Strange looking maps, Label in
Chinese. (WT)
MFA Algeri 1424 COQ-8 26.7/30 FF Msg. (RR2)
RBX73 0020 RTTY 50/893 Tashkent metro,Uzb synoptic wx presumed.(RT2)
TNL55: ASECNA Brazzaville, COG: 1647 RTTY 50Bd NOTAM-msgs/GG to
FPSTYNYX (GG: msg category, FPST: ICAO Locator for Sao Tome (STP),
YNY: NOTAM-Office), channel FSA, QSX ? (GER)
Polish Embassy, Beirut 1551 POL-ARQ 100/250 MSGs to MFA Warsaw
headed "m:bejrut" (MC) A Pol Budapest? 1525 POL-ARQ 100/250 Msg
Pol. (RR2)
Unid: 0055 Unid mode 192/120 FDM of 3, correlation 14 bits, Mode?(ED)
Unid 0830 VOCODER Undecoded. (RR2)
UNID RUS or UKR-MIL, 1010 RTTY 50/500, online encrypted tfc., s.
off with mmmmm. (ANG)
YIL71: Ina 1436 RTTY 50/400 Press Fra. (RR2)
HSW: Bangkok Meteo, Thailand 1310 RTTY 50/425 synop. wx. (MS4)
MFA CAIRO 1645 ARQ Selcals TVVQ - calling Emb Khartoum. Constant
tone between bursts (DW).
HCXA: UNHCR, Bamako 1719 ARQ MSG in FF "de: unhcr bo bamako" (MC)
HCXB: UNHCR Lere, Chad 1722 ARQ MSG in FF from UNHCR Bamako (MC)
MFA Bucharest, ROU 1115 ROU-FEC 164bd Tfc (AB)
MKK: RAF, London 0725 VFT: 7ch of 50/200 RTTY, "ryiryi... test de
mkk" (MC) MKK: RAF London, UK 1225 VFT 50/170 ryi foxes de mkk (EW)
MKK: RAF London 1506 VFT 50/ Foxes. (RR2)
Rabat Morocco 1326 RTTY 50/400 MAP press agency with nx in EE. (PT)
HZN: JEDDAH MET 1714 RTTY 100/850 Met tfc. Vri poor copy. GRIDs.(DW)
Unid: 1410 COQULET 26/340 multitone. (RT2)
MKK: RAF LONDON 1739 RTTY 50/N/340 10217.975 chan 6 in lsb of vft
"ryi's qbf figs test de MKK" (DW).
MKK: RAF LONDON 1728 DCN 16 channel interleaved vft on ISB. All
channels idle on USB - all channels idle on LSB bar chan 6 (DW).
Unid: 2145 POL-ARQ 100/158 w/ry's and tfc. Moderate fading and some
loss of synch. Down at 2157. (DW2)
Unid: 1119 UNID 75/250 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
'GAT': BUL-EMB Cairo, EGY, 1239 RTTY 75/500 + IRA-ARQ-600/500 11-bit,
QSX 12117.8 kHz. (ANG) NPN Apra Harbor Guam 1023 FAX 120/576 WX
charts of Indian Ocean/Arabian Gulf area. (PT)
Unid: 0812 UNID 100/850 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
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Unid 1045 RS-ARQ II 240 bd Msg Oper.. (RR2)
10281
SNN299: MFA Varsavia 1329 POL-ARQ 100/200 Idle. (RR2)
10281.3 FF CAYENNE [RFLIG] 1841 ARQ-E3 192/400 8rc. Betas. Cct [RTI] to Ft de
France. 1852z controle de voie RFLI de RFLI (DW).
10299
HSW: Bangkok Meteo, Thailand 1320 RTTY 50/425 synop. wx. (MS4) HSW62:
Bangkok Meteo 1532 RTTY 50/170 Wx. (RR2)
10308
Unid 1100 VOCODER Undecoded. (RR2)
10314
MFA Warsaw, POL 1309 POL-ARQ 100bd nx (AB) SNN299: MFA Varsavia 0901
POL-ARQ 100/250 Msg Pol. (RR2)
10334.7 MFA Cairo 0700 ARQ wkg/Embassy Bucharest w/atu-80 tlxes til
0800(ANEE)
10341
MFA Warsaw 0520 POL-ARQ 100b PP & EE Nx. (TK)
10364
RFTJDA: FF Libreville, Gabon 2130 ARQ-E 48B "Controle de voie".(TK)
10381.6 MFA Oslo 1630 DUP-ARQ-2 250/850 wkg/unid European embassy, chat
mode-bursts til 1700 (ANEE)
10397
Unid 0827 VOCODER Undecoded. (RR2)
10422
OEC100: Vienna(?) 1345 ARQ-S5 96/165 wkg OEC82 location unknown.(PT)
10428
Unid: 1137 75/850 encrypted (RM)
10435
RETAQEA: Burgos Spain 1354 ARQ Tfc to RETAQE "JELOTE DE ALVA VITORIA"
then op chat about Christmas. (PT)
10435.3 Guardia Civil 1430 ARQ 100/300 SS Msg. (RR2)
10445
UNID 1619 ARQ In CW "NAP" then selcals SSTB in two blocks. 1640z in
CW "LCH" followed by ARQ tuning bursts twice then continuous for a
period. Block of selcals SSTB . 1926z ARQ In cw "NAP" then selcals
SSTB then offair (DW). Poss Mozambique Police or MOI operation UTC?
ARQ w/tfc in Portuguese. Mozambiquan MOI, Maputo 1631 ARQ MSGs in
Portuguese to Niassa. Mozambiquan MOI, Niassa 1742 ARQ MSGs in
Portuguese to Maputo. Mozambiquan MOI, ? 2105 ARQ Calling selcal
"SSIB" (MC)
10452
Russian Navy, ? 1531 36-50 50/200 tfc (MC)
10462.2 'DOR': MFA Sofia, BUL 1410 IRA-ARQ-600/500, testing. (ANG)
10467
N.Korean MFA, Pyongyang 1452 RTTY 50/1000 5FGs (MC)
10467.4 Algerian Customs, Setif 1537 COQUELET-8 26.7bd MSGs in FF to
Wilayate, Tiaret... (MC) Isp.Irocar. Alg. 1530 COQ-8 26.7/ 30 Msg
Fra. (RR2)
10470.7 MFA Brussels? 0700 FEC-A 96/170 OP chatter til 0800, short 5lg msgs,
tuning (ANEE)
10480.7 Unid: 1123 FEC-A 96/850 DIDIDI... (RM)
10484.3 DOR: MFA Sofia 1024 RTTY 150/500 Press Ing. (RR2)
10493
MFA Bucharest 1115 ROU-FEC 164/400 Cripto. (RR2)
10493.7 FF PORT BOUET [RFTJF] 1943 ARQ-E3 48/400 8rc. Betas. Cct [JFJ] to
Dakar. Two Controle de voie svc's RFTJ de RFTJ (DW)
10507
Unid 1401 UNID 75/200 Undecoded. (RR2)
10508
Unid 1057 VOCODER Undecoded. (RR2)
10519
RFLID: Point a Pitre 1914 ARQ-E3 192/328 Tfc in FF to RFTJD
"Batinfa Libreville" via LIJ circuit. (PT)
10536.0 CFH 2155 RTTY 75/563 CF Halifax n.s. Can synoptic wx went to FAX at
2205 (RT2)
10540.7 CSY: Santa Maria Air, Azores 1740 RTTY 50/800 Flight plan msgs on
circuit [MSA] (MC)
10542
Unid: 1603 FAX 120/576 OSME LERT 36hr sig. wave height chart for
Mediterranean. (PT) (AOK: USN Rota, Spain - LOGS)
10544
Unid 1053 VOCODER Undecoded. (RR2)
10551.3 GFL23: BRACKNELL MET 2249 RTTY 75/400 RY's and ID. Virtually
unreadable (DW)
10582.9 MFA Stockholm, S 1019 SWED-ARQ 100bd Tfc (AB) SAM: MFA Stockholm 1046
SWE-ARQ 100/400 Msg Sve. (RR2)
10584
KUL: Brotherhood 1420 RTTY 75/500 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
10617
Unid 1458 VFT Undecoded. (RR2)
10626
unid: 1320 ARQ-E 185/387 idle.(ANI) Unid: 1509 ARQ-E 184/394 Idling.
(PT) RFFXL: Comelefrance Li. 1245 ARQ-E 184.6/400 FF Msg. (RR2)
10635
RFFXL Beirut, Lebanon ARQ-E 184/371 French forces with tfc to
"FAVIERES" via "XZL" circuit. (PT)
10640
UNID KRE-DIPLO, ???, 0740 RTTY 47.61/850, 5FGs to unloc sta. (ANG)
10650
BJZ23: Wuhan Meteo, China 0300 RTTY 75 bd coded wx. (TK)
10655
Brotherhood 0830 RTTY 75/500 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
10656
SOUD, RUS 1045 RTTY 75bd Msg to NOB on link 70004 (AB)
10682
Unid: 1537 FEC-A 96/170 ends "plmd/2 rok rok ((ekpenyong))
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10690.3
10692
10695.6
10704.9
10718
10726.5
10749.5
10756
10760
10788
10798.3
10805
10810
10825
10850
10866
10873
10873.7
10881.7
10891.7
10917.6
10928
10936.5
10941.8
10945
10950.2
10951.8
10963
10971
10980
10982.1
10993
10993.7
10996.4
10998.8
11007.5
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JWT Stanenger Navy, Norway 0730 ARQ til 0800 cbrs mode to raise
vsl "van de pr#ve" (selcall -qcvu- -2602-) opchat: komme opp
pse+? (ANEE)
UNID KRE-DIPLO, ???, 1300 1200 bps PSK + CW, QSX 8844.7 kHz. (ANG)
Unid 0815 TRA-2300 100 bd Undecoded. (RR2)
OLZ88: Czech MFA, Prague 0822 RTTY 213.5/400 Press review to Ankara,
Sofia and others (MC)
SRZ944: French Embassy, Warsaw 1521 FEC-A 192/400 5LGs to "RFGW" MFA
Paris (MC)
P6Z: MFA Paris 1440 FEC-A 192/379 w/tfc for D2Z (French E.,
Budapest). "D2Z DE P6Z, JE TE QAP SUR LA 1 AUG DE 8, QRU POUR L
INSTANT, INT QTC, A TOI, WCK." (DW2)
Mossad 0730 ARQ-E 288/340 wkg/BND til 1000 w/on-line cipher (ANEE)
prob 'C37A': MOSSAD Tel Aviv 1436 ARQ-E 288/270 w/encrypted tfc.
Good signal strength here in Texas. (DW2)
Unid 0937 VOCODER Undecoded. (RR2)
'U3H', F-EMB Moskva, RUS 0900 FEC-A-192/850, 5 LGs to Paris. (ANG)
Unid 0936 VOCODER Undecoded. (RR2)
RFLI: FF, Fort de France 0730 ARQ-E3 192/342 w/Controle de Voie on
C.I. IRT. (RB) RFLI: 2023 ARQ-E3 192/336 FF Fort de France, beta
idles into 6 ngs. RFLI 2050 ARQ-E3 192/357 FF Fort de france,Mrt wx
in FF. RFLI 2140 ARQ-E3 192/357 FF Fort de france,Mrt 5 ngs.(RT2)
RFLI: FF Fort De France, MRT 1100 ARQ-E3 192/425 FF bulletins from
Meteo France + msgs Toulouse to Marine Paris (SS) RFLI: FF Fort de
France 1432 ARQ-E3 192/360 w/idles. (DW2)
DFZG: MFA Belgrade, YUG 1228 FEC-A 144bd Encrypted msgs. (AB)
MFA Ankara, Turkey 1215 FEC-A 144 bd no ID seen; plain-language
Turkish: looks like MFA. (JD2)
Unid 1502 RS-ARQ II 240 bd Msg oper. (RR2)
Unid 1828 VFT Undecoded. (RR2)
Unid 1349 PIC-6/VFT 20/20 Cripto. (RR2)
Port Des Galets Reunion 1740 ARQ-E3 192/371 5-LG tfc to RFQPMDI
Djibouti(or French vsl in Djibouti?) via "REI" circuit. (PT)
RFVI: FF Le Port 1620 ARQ-E 100/400 Idle. (RR2)
MFA Islamabad PAK 1230 ARQ clg Jakarta selcal MBYY (ML2)
MFA Islamabad PAK 1220 ARQ w/5LGs to Jakarta (ML2)
RFTJ: FF Dakar Senegal 0415 ARQ-E3/48 controle de voie. (MS4)
Unid: 2215 PICCOLO-6 enc tfc (SS)
NATO Mil, ? 1641 UNID 2400bps PSK System (MC)
Egyptian Embassy, Madrid 1646 ARQ ATU-80 MSGs to EGI Cairo headed
"jg jmfsm" (MC)
CFH: CANFORCE Halifax 1426 RTTY 75/850 w/call tape.(DW2) CFH: CF
Halifax 1415 RTTY 75/800 Msg. (RR2)
Russian Mil? 1125 MS5 12 tone vocoder (3300Hz pilot), idle (MC)
Egyptian Embassy, Madrid 1602 ARQ ATU-80 MSGs to MFA Cairo headed
"jg jmfsm" (MC)
HBD20: MFA Berna 1053 ARQ Idle. (RR2)
HBD20: MFA Berna 1414 ARQ 100/170 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
RDD79: Moscow Meteo 1422 FAX 90/576 w/chart. Heavy fading, but
readable. (DW2) BAP40: XINHUA nx AGENCY, BEIJING, CHINA 0730 RTTY
75 bd EE nx. (TK)
XINHUA nx, Beijing 0926 RTTY 75/1000 NX in EE (MC)
Tripoli Libya 1403 COQUELET 8 Algerian Embassy w/tfc to Algiers in
FF. (PT)
A Alg Havana 2023 COQ-8 26.7/30 FF Msg. (RR2)
C Alg. Francia 0900 COQ-8 26.7/30 FF Msg. (RR2)
Unid: 1237 RTTY 75/866 Wx sta with wx info originating at KAWN.(PT)
USAF AWS PTR/S. Florida 1416 RTTY 75/850 w/wx tfc and plaintext
forecast from "National wx Service Office, San Juan." (DW2)
Unid: 1411 UNID 75/850 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
Unid 1455 VFT 75bd Undecoded. (RR2)
RPFN: Portuguese Navy, Lisbon 1650 RTTY 75/820 "xip rptmb rptmb de
rpfn rpfn ryry... sgsg..." tape (MC) RPFN Monsanto, Portugal 1207
RTTY 75/851N
Calling RPTMB, Porto Santo, with RY's, SG's and
foxes.(PT)
AXM34: Melbourne Australia 1323 FAX 120/576 Wave height around
Antarctica and sea temps. in Pacific Ocean, (PT)
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11034.9 RFGW: 1440 FEC-A 192/400 tfc (ANI)
11037
A9C: Bucharest, Romania 1425 FEC-A 192/390 French embassy with 5LG
tfc. (PT)
11043.7 RFTJD: FF, Libreville, GAB 2012 ARQ-E3 192/400 JDJ ct, returning
RFTJ's cdv msg. Ditto at 2112 (RM)
11046
Diplo Francese 1025 FEC-A 192/400 FF Msg. (RR2)
11050
SRZ944: Warsaw, Poland 1502 FEC-A 192/394 French embassy with 5lg
tfc to Paris. This followed by "J5W", location unknown, calling
P6Z, Paris. (PT) U3H: A Fra. Mosca 1425 FEC-A 192/850 FF Msg. (RR2)
11054.3 'DOR': MFA Sofia, BUL 1358 RTTY 75/500 + IRA-ARQ-600/500 11-bit,
tfc. to 'ORB', BUL-EMB Paris. (ANG) DOR: Bulgarian MFA, Sofia 1353
RTTY 75/500 Confirming receipt of msgs on QSX (MC)
11054.5 D2Z: French Embassy, Budapest 1504 FEC-A 192/400 5LGs to RFGW (French
MFA Paris) (MC)
11061.7 MFA Jakarta, Indonesia 0958 ARQ msgs in Indonesian (EW)
11067
MFA Moscow? 1009 CROWD36 cannot decode (EW)
11068
DoSC Moskva, RUS, 1300 F7B-40/10 32-tones, PSEUDO# encrypted tfc.
trouble with link, asking other sta to ZZV, then off to 14366 kHz at
1330, then to 14360 at 1340 & back to 14366 kHz at 13:50 UTC.(ANG)
11076.8 Unid Italian 0830 UNID 150/780 Undecoded. (RR2)
11080
SANA: 1420 RTTY 50/425 EE nx. SANA: 1435 RTTY 50/425 nx in EE.(ANI)
SANA DAMASCUS 1742 RTTY 50/400 Press in AA (ATU70) then in FF then in
EE, each repeated (DW) SANA Damascus 1713 RTTY 50/409 w/AA nx. SANA
Damascus 1408 RTTY 50/409 w/FF nx. (DW2) SUNA Damascus, Syria 1011
RTTY 50/425 FF nx (EW) SANA Damascus SYR 1421 RTTY 50/425 nx/EE (RM)
SANA: Damascus, SYR 1641 RTTY 50/400 ATU-70 AA text + FF + EE (SS)
11090
KVM70: Honolulu Meteo 0236 FAX 120/576 w/wx chart.(DW2)
11107.0 MFA Bruxelles 0856 VFT/BAU 100/170 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
11107.5 RETWB: G.C. Barcelona 1510 ARQ 100/400 SS Msg. (RR2)
11110.5 prob RFLI: FF Fort de France 0757 ARQ-E3 192/348. (DW2) RFLI: Fort De
France, Martinique 1013 ARQ-E3 192/425 idle (EW)
11117
MFA Belgrado ? 1057 RTTY 75/400 Cripto. (RR2)
11120
AFS: 1430 FAX 120/576 USAF AWS Om,Neb sat view of the world. (RT2)
11122
Unid: USAF AWS PTR/S Florida 2041 FAX 120/576 w/wx chart. (DW2)
11125
HZN: Jeddah Meteo 1425 RTTY 100/780. (ANI) HZN: Jeddah Meteo 1423
RTTY 100/800 Wx. (RR2)
11133
Beijing China 1523 RTTY 50/420 Xinhua with nx in FF. (PT)
11135.5 Unid 1330 FAX 120/576 unid fax sta transmitting in lsb. USN fax
type. (MS4)
11146.7 DOR: Bulgarian MFA, Sofia 1451 RTTY 75/500 Instructing Berne "SDV" to
QSY 10158 or 9262kHz (MC) DOR: Bulgarian MFA, Sofia 0846 ASCII-ARQ
300/500 sync, burst, ACF=11 (MC)
11148
Unid 1352 VOCODER Undecoded. (RR2)
11156
Unid 0818 VOCODER Undecoded. (RR2)
11158
A Tur? 1408 RS-ARQ II 240 bd Cripto. (RR2)
11158.6 Unid: 1414 UNID 250/170 FSK ARQ System (MC)
11163
Unid 1345 RS-ARQ 228.5/170 Idle. (RR2)
11165
A Ita Tripoli 1530 RS-ARQ II 240/ Msg Ita. (RR2)
11170
LZU8: Bulgarian Diplo 1305 RTTY 75/425 unid sta sending what appeared
to be a test slip followed by 200/425 encryp.tfc. (MS4)
11173.5 RFGW: MFA Parigi 1045 FEC-A 192/400 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
11221.7 EGY-EMB Beograd, YUG 0945 ARQ, offline encrypted msgs,(YDQFKM)(ANG)
11334.6 MFA Cairo: 1430 ARQ in AA.(ANI)
11403
Unid: 1148 UNID 75/250 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
11423
Unid: 2052 ROU-FEC 164.5/390 w/plaintext Rumanian tfc. Looks like a
press review. Signed Napoleon Pop (DW2)
11423.4 unid: 1428 FEC nx in PP(ANI) (PAP Warsaw - LOGS)
11437
C37A, Cyprus(?) 1138 RTTY 100/311 Calling 6XM8 with RY's and ID.(PT)
11448
Unid 0842 VOCODER Undecoded. (RR2)
11453
IMB3: Rome Meteo 2104 RTTY 50/850 w/synoptic wx tfc. (DW2) IMB3: Rome
Italy 1455 RTTY 50/851 Rome Meteo with RY's and ID.(PT)
11471
SNN299, MFA Warsaw, POL 1508 CW v-mkr after digital in unknown sys.
SNN299: MFA Warsaw, POL: 1508 CW v-mkr after digital (ANDL) Unid 1425
ARQ-POL ???.(ANI) (MFA Warsaw - LOGS)
11489
MKD: Akrotiri Cyprus 1533
PICCOLO Op chat with un-id sta.(PT)
11496.7 Chinese Diplo, ? 1149 4+4 tfc (MC)
11502
DoSC Moskva, RUS 1015 F7B-40bd 32-tones, 5 FGs with many repeats due
to bad link. later QSY to 13417 kHz. (ANG)
Pagina 104
11518.2
11522
11540.1
11587
11602.5
11614.5
11620
11622
11631.7
11638
11680
12066
12090.2
12094.2
12097.3
12097.8
12100
12102.9
12103
12107
12110
12111
12112
12115
12117.8
12119.8
12127.5
12137.2
12139.8
12139.9
12140
12150
12154
12174
12181
12183
12184
12185
12186
12196
12197
12202.5
12216
12221
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12225.3
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RFFP: FAF Orleans, F 1215 ARQ-M2 200/425 idling (EW)
RFVITT: Dzaoudzi, Mayotte 1405 ARQ-E 96/425 encrypt tfc 5lgs.(MS4)
MFA Bonn 0730 RS-ARQ 228.7/220 wkg/W. Europe til 0830 (ANEE)
MKD: Akrotiri Cyprus 1223 PICCOLO
Op chat to MUH. (PT)
6MK64 YONHAP Seoul, Korea 0240 RTTY 50 bd EE nx. (TK)
UNID KRE-DIPLO, ??? 0705 1200 bps PSK, very wide and distorted sig.
after PSK cast into CW. (ANG)
NHF: Roosevelt Roads, PR 1314 FAX 120/576 Wx charts with heavy QRM
from broadcast sta. (PT)
USAF AWS, Roosevelt Roads, PR 1155 1202 FAX 120/576 wx charts(RM)
RFTJ: FF Dakar 2135 ARQ-E3 192/375 idle on c/i TJI (SS)
DDK8: Hamburg Meteo, Quick Born, D 1432 RTTY 50/400 synops. (RB)
BZP 51: Xinhua 1602 RTTY 75/400 Press Ing. (RR2)
Unid 1344 PIC-6/VFT 20/20 Cripto. (RR2)
RFTJ: FF Dakar 0847 ARQ-E3 192/400 Idle. (RR2)
Unid: 2112 ARQ-E3 192/405 idle (SS)
Unid: 1634 RTTY 75/850 enc (RM)
Unid: 1718 RTTY 75/850 enc (RM)
Unid: 2145 RTTY 100/170 IIIIIIIIII... (RM)
MFA Stockholm 0830 SWED-ARQ 100/400 wkg/all euro embassies from
Swedish Parliament, then tlxes to Zagreb embassy; also holiday radio
schedule through early january til 1130/22-character blocks (ANEE)
SAM: MFA Stockholm 1200 SWED-ARQ w/msgs to SAM75 Belgrade (ML2)
V5G: Romanian MFA, Bucharest 1514 ROU-FEC 164.5/400 crypto (MC)
YOM21: ROMPRES nx, Bucharest 1127 RTTY 50/500 NX about EU
integration(MC)
SOUD sta, ? 1517 RTTY 75/500 5LGs on link "11177 20054 41022 23147
06719" (MC)
SOUD sta, ? 1543 RTTY 75/500 5LGs on link "11177 20087 81991 30315
00523" (MC)
GXQ: BA London 1308 VFT Cripto/Wx. (RR2)
'DOR': MFA Sofia, BUL 1218 RTTY 50/500 + 75/500 + IRA-ARQ 300/500
IRA-ARQ-600/500, tfc. to ('GUB') embassy Damascus, QSX 13944 kHz,
then calling ('GAT') embassy Cairo, QSX 10256 kHz. (ANG)
Unid: 1635 RTTY 75/850 enc (RM)
Unid 1339 VFT Undecoded. (RR2)
ZTRY: SAS Outeniqua 1330 RTTY 75/170 w/foxes & fig count (ML2)
HWN: FNy Paris, F 1449 RTTY 150/850 ry-mkr (GER)
HWN: FN Paris 1420 RTTY 150/820 ryryry.(ANI)
HWN: Paris 2041 RTTY 150/700 RY's and SG's, French Navy (ED)
Rome Italy 1510 ARQ-E 96/169 MFA with tfc to various embassies.(PT)
Russian Diplo, ? 1518 CROWD-36 tfc (MC) Unid 1003 PIC-CIS 40
Undecoded. (RR2)
unid: 1346 RTTY 75/500 5LGs and finally: es for ur vy 73 cfm qsl 2
tks gb sk sk(ANI)
Unid 1000 PIC-CIS 40 Undecoded. (RR2)
Russian Diplo, ? 0954 CROWD-36 tfc (MC)
Russian Navy 0715 81-81 40.5/480 tfc til 0800 (ANEE)
'YFC': UNID, ???, 1400 ASCII 110.2/500 + 300.5/500 QSY from 13838
kHz, QSX 14417 kHz, tfc. to 'COY851' (DoSC Moskva) trying to
establish IRA-ARQ-300 link but no joy, then QSY off to unk channel,
QSX still 14417 kHz. Every Saturday starting at 1330 UTC ! (ANG)
JANA Tripoli 1517 RTTY 50/368 w/FF nx. (DW2)
Unid: 1513 RTTY 75/394 w/5Lg's. SOUD logged here in the past.(DW2)
DoSC Moskva, RUS, 1300 RTTY 75/500, tfc. to NOB on link 70004.(ANG)
MFA Moscow 0800 CROWD36 40.1 til 0830 (ANEE)
SNN299: MFA Varsavia 0904 RTTY 200/400 Msg Pol. (RR2)
MFA Prague? 0800 IRA-ARQ 300.5/400 til 0830, much qrm (ANEE)
'DOR': MFA Sofia, BUL, 1257 IRA-ARQ-800/500 5 LGs to UNID after
FFFFF. (ANG)
CWB: Bulgarian Embassy, London 1320 UNID 363.78/375 hi speed
system, ACF=25/105 + 75/469 RTTY op chatter about problems w/hi
speed system + back to hi speed system + rys/cwb cwb cwb/rys then
off (SS)
SNN299: MFA Warsaw POL 1640 RTTY 75/375 nx/PL (RM)
DIPL: French MFA, Paris 1445 ARQ6-90 200/400 idle in IRS mode (MC)
Unid: 0932 VFT: 8ch of 100bps BPSK UNID System, spaced at 300Hz(MC)
Unid: 1731 DATA Unid: data mode. Data sent in streams. Brief CW at
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1733 and returned to data xmsn (RM)
12418
Unid: 1848 ARQ Went QRT at tune-in (RM)
12425
UCE: Archangel'sk Radio 2030 FEC long RR press service dump in
3-shift cyrillic. (ANUS)
12451.5 IRPS: Unid: ship 2113 ARQ tlx tfc (RM)
12452
VLEH: ship Voyager 2058 ARQ tlx tfc (RM)
12456.7 Egyptian Embassy, Moscow 1409 FEC Attempting to contact MFA Cairo(MC)
12479.5 LXVC: M/V Crystal Privilege 1716 ARQ 7,726 DWT reefer w/company
report, login 29066 LXVC. (RB)
12487
9HGC5: Unid: M/V 2116 ARQ w/"qrc/aajc posm g london/su-04". Ship's
selcal: 31972. (DW2)
12490.5 LAUG4: M/V BRUNTO 1840 ARQ W/dirtlx's. Login 26215 BRUNTO. (WT)
12492
ELPT5: unid 0720 ARQ tlx to Jeddah.(BvR) VVKF: SPIC EMERALD 1440 ARQ
to Bahrain login 23606 VVKF. (HOOD) (last known as the Rio Daule LOGS)
12493.5 3EAW7: M/V Pacific Rider 1714 ARQ 11,457 DWT Ro/Ro car carrier, w/tlx
via WLO re anchored Puerto Cabello, login 42393 3EAW7. (RB) WMRU: SS
Corpus Christi 2038 ARQ tlx tfc to WLO(RM)
12498
3FCY3: MSC FEDERICA 0921 ARQ tfc to Berne Radio. login 42014
3FCY3. (HOOD)
12504.5 P3GE5: MV Elver 0659 ARQ tlx to Athens ship 27587. (BvR)
12512.5 UYTI: TKH Rybinsk 2102 ARQ 5,567 DWT dry cargo vsl (Azov), w/combined
sailing, arrival, discharge, & departure report to Copenhagen. (RB)
12521
VTP: Indian Navy Vishakhapatnam India 1014 RTTY 50/850 test
slip. (MS4)
12557
TCDI: MV Esram 0705 ARQ sc mkcv tlx abt eta ship 65708 co/ch TAH ship
12654(BvR)
12562
UCAF: METEOR 0828 RTTY 50/170 admin from Km Kovalchuk to Murmansk,
(vsl rptng time for passing Gibraltar). (HOOD)
12562.5 SHIP "BUHTA RUSSKA" 1046 RTTY 50/170 UIW de ULRY then tfc in 3SC UIW/
Kaliningrad. SHIP HELENA-1 1033 RTTY 50/170 Tfc addressed Damietta
Egypt giving eta pilot (DW).
12563
UAST: SMB ATRIYA (salvage tug) 0856 RTTY 50/170 wx (p/l and BBXX) to
Murmansk Pogoda from Km Onipko via UDK2. (HOOD)
12563.5 UNID 0858 RTTY 50/170 sta sending continuous "g". Blocking stas
trying to QSO Goeteborg (DW).
12564
3CM2003: MV SIGULDA 0918 RTTY 50/170 admin (in EE) from Km Perevozov
to ATLAS NAVIGATION, Casablanca via UAT "please provide national flag
of Morocco on arrival". (apparently ex 9HRH4 and UGMO). (HOOD)
12564.5 SHIP "OSKAJ LUTS" 1320 RTTY 50/170 3sc Tfc to/via Tallinn? (DW)
(UTMQ: RS Oskar Luts - LOGS)V3SL6: TK BETA 0832 RTTY 50/170 msg (in
EE) to REKA SHIPPING, Hamburg and admin from Km Salov to Radio St
Petersburg (poss UHP5??). (HOOD)
12565
SHIP UNID 13062 ARQ In irs mode. UUXS: SHIP UNID 1201 RTTY 50/170
Call sequence "ry's de UUXS UUXS" then into cw (DW). (UUXS: TXH
Volkhov - LOGS)
12566
SHIP "DNEPRODZERVINSK" 1349 RTTY 50/R/170 3sc tfc via ?/radio (DW)
(UKKY: TKH Dneprodzerzhinsk - LOGS) UDYG: ZAKHAR SOROKIN (MA 1816)
0818 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to UDK2.(HOOD)
12566.5 SHIP "INESSA ARMAND" 1338 RTTY 50/R/170 3sc tfc via Odessa?
eventually qrm5 (DW). (UYUV: TKH Inessa Armand - LOGS) 9HPC3: ODESSA
SONG 0821 RTTY 50/170 RYs to UUI - no joy. (HOOD)
12567
UFKA: BATM KAPITAN MAKLAKOV 0855 RTTY 50/170 admin to MRM TRALFLOT
quoting hull and name via UDK2. UCBZ: BMRT ATOLL 0852 RTTY 50/170
crew TGs to UGW (mentioning Bombay). (HOOD)
12567.5 UWAP: TK KAPITAN RADIONOV 0838 RTTY 50/170 admin to "UKRTANKER" via
UUI. (HOOD)
12569
UDYN: MAKSIM STAROSTIN (MA-1814) 0854 RTTY 50/170 admin from Km
Volkhov to UDK2. UOUW: TKH NOVOALTAYSK 1332 RTTY 50/170 admin from
Km Rogazin to UAT (vsl bnd for Malta). (HOOD)
12571
SHIPS VARIOUS 0907 ARQ End of QSO. Ships wkg and selcalls KYVF
(Arkhangelsk/UCE) (DW).
12577
GMDSS CHANNEL 0817 FEC 7 GMDSS Packets in 10 hours. No distress
alerts (DW).
12579.5 YLQ, Riga Radio, LVA 1446 ARQ, CW id: YLQ SCAN (ANDL) YLQ: RIGA RADIO
1205 ARQ tfc from M/V AKADEMIS VAVILOVS to YLDH: M/V BELGORODA.
(both vsls typed as "M/V" in msgs).
(HOOD)
12580
GKE5, Portishead Radio, G 1444 ARQ, CW id: GKE5. (ANDL)
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12605
12605.5
12606
12607
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12608
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KFS: San Francisco Radio, CA: 1455 ARQ and CW mkr: KFS (GER)
LSD836, Buenos Aires Radio, ARG 1449 ARQ, CW id: LSD836 (ANDL)
WLO, Mobile Radio, AL, USA 1448 ARQ, CW id: WLO (ANDL)
FFT61, St.Lys Radio, F 1443 ARQ, CW id: FFT (ANDL)
WLO, Mobile Radio, AL, USA 1442 ARQ, CW id: WLO (ANDL)
PCH55, Scheveningen Radio, NLD 1442 ARQ, CW id: PCH (ANDL)
DAN, Norddeich Radio, D 1441 ARQ, CW id: DAN (ANDL)
HEC13, Berne Radio, SUI 1439 ARQ, CW id: HEC (ANDL)
WCC, Chatham Radio, MA, USA 1222 ARQ, CW id: WCC (ANDL)
EAD, Madrid Radio, E 1438 ARQ, CW id: EAD (ANDL) EAD: Madrid Radio,
E 1456 ARQ and CW-mkr: EAD (GER)
OXZ, Lyngby Radio, DNK 1433 ARQ, CW id: OXZ (ANDL)
NMN, USCG Portsmouth, VA, USA 1432 ARQ, CW id: NMN (ANDL)
ESA, Tallin Radio, EST 1433 ARQ, CW id: DE ESA (ANDL) ESA: Tallin
1242 FEC w/tfc.(ANI)
A9M, Hamala Radio, BHR 1430 ARQ, CW id: DE A9M TLX (ANDL) A9M: Hamala
Radio, BHR 1457 ARQ and CW mkr: DE A9M TLX (GER)
WLO, Mobile Radio, AL, USA 1429 ARQ, CW id: WLO (ANDL)
PCH56, Scheveningen Radio, NLD 1428 ARQ, CW id: PCH (ANDL)
SPB62, Szczecin Radio, POL 1425 ARQ, CW id: DE SPB (ANDL)
UFN, Novorossiyek Radio, RUS 1427 ARQ, CW id: UFN (ANDL)
SPA62, Gdynia Radio, POL 1422 ARQ w/CW id: SPA, (ANDL) WCC, Chatham
Radio, MA, USA 1423 ARQ, CW id: WCC (ANDL)
WLO, Mobile Radio, AL, USA 1424 ARQ, CW id: WLO (ANDL)
UAT, Moscow Radio, RUS 1416 ARQ, CW id: DE UAT (ANDL) UAT: Moscow
Radio, RUS 1459 ARQ and CW mkr: DE UAT (GER)
HEC23, Berne Radio, SUI 1416 ARQ, CW id: HEC (ANDL)
OXZ, Lyngby Radio, DNK 1417 ARQ, CW id: OXZ (ANDL)
IAR, Rome Radio, I 1414 ARQ, CW id: IAR (ANDL) IAR: Rome Radio, I
1459 ARQ and CW mkr: IAR (GER)
WLO, Mobile Radio, AL, USA 1411 ARQ, CW id: WLO (ANDL)
LGJ4, Rogaland Radio, NOR 1419 ARQ, CW id: LGB TLX
FFT64, St.Lys Radio, F 1412 ARQ, CW id: FFT (ANDL)
WLO, Mobile Radio, AL, USA 1411 ARQ, CW id: WLO (ANDL)
GKQ5, Portishead Radio, G 1228 ARQ, CW id: GKQ5 (ANDL)
WNU 2057 FEC Slidell,la trfc list.(RT2)
UAT, Moscow Radio, RUS 1410 ARQ, CW id: DE UAT (ANDL) UAT: Moscow
Radio, RUS 1500 ARQ and CW mkr: DE UAT (GER)
WLO, Mobile Radio, AL, USA 1411 ARQ, CW id: WLO (ANDL)
VCT: 1409 ARQ, CW id: VCT (ANDL)
USU: Mariupol 1410 ARQ w/tfc.(ANI) USU: MARIUPOL RADIO 1645 ARQ tfc
to UUAH: TKH LEON POPOV. (HOOD) USU: Mariupol Radio, UKR 1511 ARQ
wkg unid vsl w/"NIL" for no msgs. (RB) USU: Mariupol R., UKR 1447
ARQ TG tfc (RM)
KBQ: Sea Link Hawaii 1818 ARQ QSLing for ships tfc. Could not hear
ship on QSX freq. (WT)
SAB691, Goteborg Radio, S 1408 ARQ, CW id: SAB (ANDL)
USU, Mariupol Radio, UKR 1232 ARQ, CW id: USU (ANDL)
OST50, Oostende Radio, BEL 1405 ARQ, CW id: OST (ANDL)
LPD: General Pacheco Radio, Argent 0225 ARQ CW ID. (WP2)
XSG: SHANGHAI RADIO 0939 ARQ w/CW Marker "XSG" (DW).
SAB647, Goteborg Radio, S 1404 ARQ, CW id: SAB (ANDL)
FUX: FN Le Port Reunion Island 1130 RTTY 75/850 de fux testing. Also
at 1030. (MS4)
Unid: 1648 RTTY 75/850 vry wk sig (RM)
NMC: USCG, San Francisco, CA, USA 1618 FAX 120/576 end of wx
chart.(RM) NMC: USCG San Fran Calif 1555 FAX 120/576 sfc analysis and
500mb chart outstanding quality today (RT2)
Unid: 1622 RTTY 100/170 encrypted (RM)
NMF: 1540 FAX 120/576 USCG Boston Mass fair quality (RT2)
NMG: USCG, New Orleans, LA, USA 1830 FAX 120/576 wx chart (RM)
Unid: USAF AWS sta. 1438 RTTY 75/850 KAWN wx synops. Offutt AFB?(RM)
6WW: 1525 RTTY 75/782 fn Dakar Sen vvvv markers ry/sg/Le Brick (RT2)
6WW: FN Dakar, SEN 2048 RTTY 75/850 voici testing de la sta six
whiskey whiskey + RSs/SGs/10 count + voyez le brick geant que
j'examine pres dy grand wharf (SS)
Unid: 1130 UNID 100/200 fsk system w/on-line cipher til 1700(ANEE)
Unid: 1653 RTTY 100/150 enc (RM)
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MGJ 1658 RTTY 75/350 availability msgs (RM)
Unid: 1656 RTTY 75/150 enc (RM)
unid: 1505 RTTY 100/850 encrypt?.(ANI)
Unid: 1714 RTTY 100/850 enc (RM)
UUI: Odessa Radio, UKR 1421 RTTY 50/170 RR tfc to UYVB, UUOH (GER)
6WW, FNy Dakar, SEN 1318 RTTY 75/850 VVV/RY/Le brick-mkr (ANDL)
FUF: FNy Fort de France, MRT 1222 RTTY 75/850 RY/SG-mkr (GER) FUF:
FN, Fort de France, MRT 1820 RTTY 75/850 "de fuf" (4X) + "testing" +
"1234567890987654321" + "sysysy..." + "rgrgrg..." + "k k k ..." Been
sending this sysy rgrg testfor more than two months now. What do they
do for an encore? (RM)
13034.7 Egyptian MFA, Cairo 1310 ARQ idle in IRS mode (MC)
13042.2 FUV, FNy Djibouti, DJI 1210 RTTY 75/850 VVV DE FUV 0123456789 RY SG
K (ANDL) FUV: FNy Djibouti, DJI 1215 RTTY 75/850 mkr: VVV VVV VVV DE
DE DE FUV FUV FUV KKKKKKKK (GER)
13050
UDK2: Murmansk radio, RUS 1402 RTTY 50/170 tfc after CW
operation. (GER)
13054
UIW: Kaliningrad R., RUS 1625 RTTY 50/170 Navarea msgs/RR (RM)
13073.5 C37A: Mossad 0838 ARQ-E 288/330 Cripto. (RR2)
13200
Russian Navy 0800 81-81 81/500 broadcast til 0930 (ANEE)
13303
A Tur A.Abeba 1508 FEC-A 144/850 Msg Tur. (RR2)
13315
N.Korean Diplo, ? 1247 UNID 1200bps BPSK System (MC)
13324
SPT443: MIL Warszawa, POL, 0824 RTTY 50/500, POL-NX bulletins. (ANG)
13358
Diplo Turca? 1410 RS-ARQ II 240bd Cripto. (RR2)
13366.5 5YE: Nairobi Kenya 1350 RTTY 50/425 flight information. (MS4)
13369.7 Egyptian Embassy, Kinshasa 1449 ARQ ATU-80 MSGs to MFA Cairo (MC)
13375.6 MFA Bonn 1900 RS-ARQ 228.7 also 240.1 wkg/embassy Athens? til 1915
and qrt/qsx; adaptive speed chgs (ANEE)
13376
Unid: 1700 DUP-ARQ idling (RM)
13377.1 Unid: 1044 RS-ARQ 225/170 Packet mode (MC)
13378
ROLO: unid. CUB diplo 1733 Packet 300/300 5FG to "Pepe" on 13377.8
kHz. Part 1 ended w/"fin 1ra parte" fol'd by "2da parte" which ended
w/"complet." Op. msgs in SS came next (RM)
13379.5 CLP67: Cuban Emb Baghdad IRQ 1220 RTTY 75/500 w/tlxes to Havana (ML2)
13380.9 Unid: 0810 81-81 81/500 tfc (MC)
13384.5 GYU: Royal Navy,Gibraltar 1636 VFT 2ch of Piccolo-6, eng ch "de gyu
u be all the fives m8y" (MC)
13384.9 GYU: Royal Navy,Gibraltar 1637 VFT 2ch of Piccolo-6, crypto (MC)
13388
MFA Oslo 1000 TWINPLEX 100/400 Msg Nor. (RR2)
13392
Havana Cuba(?) 1537 RTTY 75/435 Looks like MFA with tfc in SS.(PT)
13397
Unid: 0932 RTTY 75/425 crypto after header: 0049 248666 18444 9797
FZFZFZF..FZ:, s/off with OK OK 73 SK. MFA Beograd DZFG ?? (GER)
13400
DFZG: Serbian MFA, Belgrade 1400 RTTY 75/400 crypto (MC)
13401.5 Unid: 1145 TWINPLEX 100/4-T Twinplex, 10 lg's, Sp. Emb format.(ED)
13405
MFA Bruxelles 0910 VFT 100/ Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
13410
Unid:, prob. French Navy 1729 RTTY 75/850 encrypted (RM)
13411.5 Unid: 1549 RTTY 100/850 special code (RM)
13415.1 PCW1: MFA Den Haag 0716 Twinplex 100/ 5FGs sc tvvf tvxk.(BvR) PCW1:
Dutch MFA, Den Haag 1021 ARQ Phasing bursts and CW ident. PCW1: Dutch
MFA, Den Haag 1021 TWINPLEX-4w 100/140 MSGs in DD and 5LGs to "mem",
"txi" (MC)
13416.5 MFA Moscow 0900 CROWD36 40.1 wkg/W. Europe embassies til 0930(ANEE)
13418.7 MFA Algeri 1027 COQ-8 26.7/20 Press Fra. (RR2)
13425.7 A Alg Belgrado 1430 COQ-8 26.7/30 FF Msg. (RR2)
13426.3 CUBA DKI Bulgarian Embassy 1510 RTTY 75/500 w/ QSA cks, wkg UNID on
unknown return freq, weak (ANUS) DOR: Bulgarian MFA, Sofia 1318
ASCII-ARQ 272.74/500 tfc (MC) DOR: Bulgarian MFA, Sofia 1318 RTTY
75/500 Calling "VS&" to QSX 11175 or 14352kHz (MC)
13428.4 7RQ20: Algerian MFA, Algiers 1502 COQUELET-8v2 26.7bd tfc (MC) MFA
Algeria 0846 COQ-8 26.7/30 FF Msg. (RR2)
13434
SOUD sta 0818 RTTY 75/500 5LGs (MC)
13444.2 RFQP Jibuti 1503 ARQ-E3 100/540 (ANI) prob RFQP: FF Djibouti 1506
ARQ-E3 100/368 w/idles. (DW2)
13446
A Pol. Atene 1439 POL-ARQ 100/250 Msg Pol. (RR2) SPP: Polish Embassy,
Athens 1341 POL-ARQ 100/250 MSGs and QTC list to MFA after "wyslij:
ateny" (MC)
13446.7 PAK-EMB Jeddah, ARS, 1313 TWINPLEX, msgs to Islamabad. (ANG)
Pakistani Embassy, Jeddah 1411 TWINPLEX-1w 100/140 MSGs in EE to
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13570.9
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Islamabad "from parep jeddah". ASP32: Pakistani MFA, Islamabad 1411
TWINPLEX-1w 100/140 MSGs in EE to Embassy Jeddah. Pakistani Emb,
Ashkhabad 1043 TWINPLEX-1w 100/140 MSGs in EE to Islamabad "fm: parep
ashgabat" (MC)
OZU25: MFA Copenhagen, DEN 1048 TWINPLEX 100/400 encrypted tfc (EW)
'UMC': UNID ROU-EMB, 1032 RTTY 75/400, using Romanian semi-auto
calling device, sending repeats of @[email protected]@ + callsign, then into
CW. (ANG)
A Pol Islamabad 1415 POL-ARQ 100/250 Msg Oper.. (RR2)
Romanian Embassy, Algiers 1327 ROU-FEC 218.3/400 MSGs in RR headed
"ambasada romaniei alger" (MC)
OZU25: MFA Copenhagen, DEN 1050 TWINPLEX 100/400 encrypted tfc (EW)
MFA Oslo 0800 TWINPLEX 100 til 0845 and qrt (ANEE) Norwegian Embassy
Belgrade, YUGO 1111 TWINPLEX 200/400 encrypted text (EW)
Indonesian Emb Bangkok THA 0120 ARQ w/msgs to Jakarta (ML2)
V5G: Romanian MFA, Bucharest 1450 ROU-FEC 164.5/400 crypto (MC)
MFA Bucharest 0830 ROU-FEC 218.3 til 0930 and qrt, also cw (ANEE)
CFH: CANFORCE Halifax 1503 FAX 120/576 w/blank chart. (DW2) CFH: CF
Halifax 1359 RTTY 75/600 Wx. (RR2)
Unid 0815 PSK Undecoded. (RR2)
O9B: French Embassy, Cairo 1403 FEC-A 192/400 5LGs to "P6Z" MFA
Paris (MC)
Unid: 1030 UNID 200/400 fsk til 1100 (ANEE)
NNN0COY: USS Austin 1457 ARQ Tlx Ing. (RR2)
RFTJD: FF Libreville 1644 ARQ-E3 192/290 w/idles. (DW2) RFTJD: FF
Libreville 1615 ARQ-E3 192/400 control de cle" on HAI ct (RM)
RFTJD: FF, Libreville, GAB 1809 ARQ-E3 192/400 non protege msg,
HAI ct (RM)
A Pol. Ankara 1053 POL-ARQ 100/250 Msg Pol. (RR2)
A9C: A Fra Bucharest 1008 FEC-A 192/400 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
P6Z: MFA Paris, F 1450 FEC-A 192/400 w/ID "DE P6Z". (RB) prob RFGW:
MFA Paris 1456 FEC-A 192/386 w/idles. (DW2)
Unid 1416 RS-ARQ II 240bd Idle. (RR2)
HMF36? Pyongyang, N. Korea? 0830 FAX 120/576 press in "Chinese"type text; CFL says Pyongyang. (JD2)
MFA Algiers 1600 COQUELET-8 26.67 wkg/central/southern Africa? til
1700 very weak USB (ANEE)
DFN57: Piab Bonn 0942 FEC-A 96/400 Pess Ted. (RR2)
unid FF ?? 1501 ARQ-E 184.6/400 idle (ANI) Unid: 1544 unid. TP sys
at 184.87/315 w/56-bit blocks & special code (RM) RFFAB: 1300 ARQ-E
184.6/400 wkg/RFFXL til 1330, 1517-group off-line cipher (ANEE)
RFFXL: 0900 ARQ-E 184.6 wkg/RFFX til 1830 yet another 72 baud circuit
converted to 184.6 (ANEE) RFFX: 0600 ARQ-E 184.6/400 wkg/RFFXL til
1830 (ANEE)
MKK: London UK 1150 PICCOLO Op chat with un-id sta. (PT)
Unid: 2340 unid mode 192/140 correlation 14 bits, mode? (ED)
Unid: 1615 CIS-27? 50.1/390-400 up most weekdays 45 and 56-bit
variants? til 17000 (ANEE)
MAP Maghreb Arabe Presse, Rabat, MRC 1650 RTTY 50/425 FF nx, 1315 EE
nx (GER) MAP Rabat 1629 RTTY 50/471 nx/FF (RM)
MAP, Rabat, MRC 1607 RTTY 50/400 nx/FF, also at 1725 (RM)
Unid: 0000 VFT/BR6028 7ch ARQ-m2 192/340 rffa experimenting?
alternated suppressing ch on 13590.7 and 13595.7, pilot carrier on
13598.0 chs 1,3,4,5,6 and 8 in sync and idle. by 1115, only ch5 13593.7 active. unusual stuff. (ANEE)
UNID RUS-MIL, RUS, 0743 Russian Vocoder system with F1B-100/140 FSK
coding, QSX ????? (ANG)
Unid: 0900 UNID 200.1/450 FSK System, Russian? poss Ukrainian Mil.
til 0930. (ANEE)
RFQP: FF Djibouti 1240 ARQ-E3 100/425 idle (EW)
Unid: 1322 RTTY 75/425 5 ltr grps end with: QRU, s/off with: CFM, GB
SK. (GER)
Romanian Diplo 1213 ROU-FEC 164.4/400 crypto (bitmask=24) (MC) V5G:
MFA Bucharest 1448 ROU-FEC 164/400 Msg Rum. (RR2)
HXG41: A Ung Damasco 1340 DUP-ARQ 125/170 Msg Ung. (RR2)
Egyptian MFA, Cairo 0851 ARQ idle in IRS mode. Egyptian Embassy,
Kuwait 1009 ARQ ATU-80 MSGs to MFA Cairo headed "jg: kdwlsh" (MC)
MFA Cairo 1115 ARQ wkg/unid embassy, selcalling Cairo til
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1200 (ANEE)
13877.3 Unid: 1627 RTTY 50/866 enc (RM)
13882.5 DDK6: Hamburg Meteo, Quick Born, D 1420 FAX 120/576w/fair chart.(RB)
13886.7 prob RFFA: MOD Paris 1402 ARQ-E3 192/281 w/idles. (DW2)
13896.5 Unid: 1523 RS-ARQ 225/140 Packet mode (MC) Diplo Turca? 1500 RS-ARQ
228.5/170 Msg. (RR2)
13903
Mossad 0000 ARQ-E 96/220 wkg/BND w/gon-line cipher (ANEE) FLS: Mossad
1110 ARQ-E 96/170 Cripto. (RR2)
13911.7 Italian Diplo/Mil, ? 0907 UNID 1200bps FSK System (MC)
13915
HBC88: ICRC Geneva 1900 PACTOR w/poss report in FF. On another day at
1914. (RB)
13917
SPP357: Embassy of Poland Tripoli Libya 1300 POL-ARQ point-to-point
(diplomatic) poczatek qsl tripolis gr 96.12.13 and off just after
1310 UTC(MS) A Pol Tripoli 1558 POL-ARQ 100/170 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
13920
AXM35: Melbourne Meteo 2120 FAX 120/576 w/streamline analysis chart
for 1200 UTC 27 Dec 1996. (DW2)
13928
Unid: 2132 RTTY 50/476 w/SS plaintext press review. Signed down with
NNNN
SIGO. (DW2)
13933
DOR Sofia Bulgaria 1033 RTTY 150/499 Bulgarian MFA with text in EE
ending with ID. (PT) DOR: Bulgarian MFA, Sofia 0903 ASCII-ARQ
362.3/500 ACF=11 (MC) DOR: MFA Sofia 1024 RTTY 150/500 Press
Ing.(RR2)
13940.7 prob RFFA: MOD Paris 1450 ARQ-M2 200/296 w/idles. (DW2)
13944
'GUB': BUL-EMB Damascus, SYR 1220 75/500 + IRA-ARQ-300/500, QSX
12117.8 kHz. (ANG)
13951
HBD: Ministry of Foreign Affairs Berne Switzerland 1218 ARQ point-topoint (diplomatic) 5-letter groups to embassy Washington (MS) HBD20:
Swiss Embassy, Berne 1515 ARQ w/5LG msgs for various embassy's. (RB)
13953
RFGW: MOD Paris 1345 FEC-A 192/400 wkg/military intel detachment,
Moscow (U3H) w/off-line cipher til 1430 (ANEE) P6Z: MFA Paris, F 1056
FEC-A 192/425 circulars in F (EW)
13954.5 HBD27: Swiss Emb, Bucharest, ROU 1513 ARQ w/5LGs then in receive mode
for approx 5 mins, off w/ID. (RB)
13956.5 MFA Tunis, TUN 1927 FEC w/5LG's.(RB) 66A: MFA Tunisi 1357 FEC Cripto
5LG's. (RR2)
13957
A Pol. Rabat 0929 POL-ARQ 100/250 Msg Pol. (RR2)
13958.5 HBD62: Embassy of Switzerland Tehran 0919 ARQ point-to-point
(diplomatic) 5LG's to Geneva.(MS) HBD20: Swiss Embassy, Berne 1307
ARQ w/5LG's. (RB)
13961.5 HBD20: Swiss Embassy, Berne 1328 ARQ Switzerland w/5LG's to unid
location, ID "HBD20". (RB) HDB20: MFA Berne 1430 ARQ 5lgs (lots of
fading) (SS)
13963
MFA Berne 1600 ARQ wkg/embassy Delhi til 1630 only selcalling
-BMUQ- (ANEE) HBD20: Swiss Embassy, Berne 1850 ARQ in receive mode,
off at 1902 w/ID. Next day at 1540 w/5LG's. (RB)
13966.5 HBC88: Icrc Ginevra 0918 PACTOR 200/170 FF Msg. (RR2)
13974
Prob. Geneva, Switzerland 1346 PACTOR ICRC tfc in EE. (PT)
13977
HBD88: Embassy of Switzerland Tripoli Libya 1015 ARQ point-to-point
(diplomatic) 5LG's to Geneva
13977.7 Mod Paris: 1517 ARQ-E3 200/384 idle. (ANI)
13998
Unid: 1103 PICCOLO Mk-6 idle (ED) Unid: 1146 PACTOR 200b ICRC tfc in
EE. (PT) HBC88: Icrc Ginevra 1439 PACTOR 200/170 Msg Ing. (RR2)
14116.7 Egyptian Emb New Delhi 1230 ARQ w/ATU-80 msgs to Cairo QSX was
14901.7 (ML2)
14156.7 MFA Cairo, EGY, 1355 ARQ-A, continuous carrier, ATU-80 tfc to unloc
embassy. (ANG)
14336.6 unid: 1130 ARQ w/SSUO SSUO SSUO (ANI) (SSUO is a selcall for MFA
Cairo - LOGS)
14352
MFA Bucharest 1015 ROU-FEC 164/400 Msg Rum. (RR2)
14363
SOUD sta 0857 RTTY 75/500 5LGs on link "11177 70060 35318 29174
10251" (MC)
14364
DoSC Moskva, RUS 1140 RTTY 75/500, wishing all ops a happy new year
(not often you see personal chat on these circuits!). (ANG)
14365
'V5G': MFA Bucharest,0940 ROU-FEC 164.48/400 msgs to Tel Aviv.(ANG)
14377
Unid Location not known 1015 RTTY 75/500 unid SOUD sta; 5LG's. (JD2)
14384
Unid: 0844 UNID 75/250 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
14387.5 Unid 0842 PIC-12 20/ 20 Undecoded. (RR2)
14388.2 Unid: 1520 RTTY 300.43/460 special code (RM) Unid: 1452 UNID 300/4390
Pagina 110
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acf=11/55 (SS)
14393.5 Unid 1029 PIC-12 20/20 Undecoded. (RR2)
14397
Russian Diplo, ? 1025 CROWD-36 tfc (MC)
14397.5 MFA Moscow 0930 CROWD36 40.1 wkg/Africa? til 1030 (ANEE)
14405
Uno Ginevra 1334 PACTOR 100/200 Msg Ted. (RR2)
14409.5 Unid: 0957 UNID 50/2000 FSK System, idling (MC)
14412
Unid: 1620 RTTY 75/425 5 ltr grps, s/off QSL 2 QRU (return) CFM TKS
GB SK (GER)
14415
Russian Diplo, ? 1345 CROWD-36 tfc (MC)
14421
Russian Diplo, ? 0909 CROWD-36 selcal mode (MC)
14436
TNNR: French Emb Antananarivo MDG 1340 ARQ6-90 200/400 w/5LGs (ML2)
14448
Russian Navy, ? 0910 36-50 50/200 tfc (MC)
14451.7 MFA Cairo 1447 ARQ idle.(ANI) MFA Cairo 1415 ARQ wkg/embassy Rome
til 1615 one hour early today...lots of atu-80 tfc (ANEE)
14452
HMF57: Kcna 0815 RTTY 50/250 Press Ing. (RR2)
14457
KHA908: unid 1755 PACTOR 200 wkg NNN0QUV, Navy MARS w/poss SHARES
tfc. (RB)
14463
Unid: 1230 UNID 75/200 fsk system til 1330 (ANEE)
14467.3 DDH8: Hamburg Meteo 1536 RTTY 50/500 w/calltape "DDH47 DDH9
DDH8".(DW2) DDH8: Hamburg Meteo 1423 RTTY 50/400 Wx rpts appeared to
be from var. wx-reporting stas on sea and land. Mostly abbreviated
indicators with times posns wind speed & dir temps (C) and other
data. Data also from Dogger Xorties Fischer Viking Utsra-Sued
Skagerrak Koegat Belte/Sund West.Osts Suedl.Ostu Se-Ostsee Zentr.Osts
and Noerdl.Osts. Report ends w/legende gitterpunkts-vorhersagen: & an
explanation in GG 1443: wx/GG 1452 cq ry & freqs. (RM)
DDH8/9: Amburgo Meteo 1554 RTTY 50/400 Wx. (RR2)
14475
SOUD sta, ? 0859 RTTY 75/500 5LGs on link "11177 60047 61406 30514
01321" (MC) Brotherhood? 0853 RTTY 75/500 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
14478
Unid: UNHCR? 1250 ARQ Calling selcal "CEFE" (MC)
14481.7 FRANCE? 1530 ARQ-E3 48/400 F press summary tlx from RFFKC MARINE
SIRPA BREST, Ckt ID TJF, fair level (ANUS) Pakistani Diplo, ? 0852
TWINPLEX-1w 100/140 idle (MC)
14485.9 P6Z: MFA Paris 1110 FEC-A 192/450 test.(ANI)
14486
RFGW: MOD Paris 1415 FEC-A 192/400 wkg/military intel detachment,
Nouakchott (Z4D) til 1445 calling only (ANEE) P6Z: MFA Parigi 1427
FEC-A 192/400 Idle. (RR2)
14494
Unid: 0845 UNID 75/250 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
14497.5 CSY: S. Maria Air 1605 RTTY 50/850 Wx. (RR2) CSY: S Maria 1050 RTTY
50/700 tfc.(ANI)
14504
Unid 0929 VOCODER Undecoded. (RR2)
14506.2 Russian Mil? 0951 MS5 12 tone vocoder (3300Hz pilot), tfc on LSB(MC)
14508
MKK London, UK 1150 PICCOLO 6 RAF with op chat to MTS Falklands.(PT)
14510.5 British Mil, ? 1047 Piccolo-12 idle (MC)
14511
CLP65: EMBACUBA Manauga, NIC 2130 RTTY-75/500 mostly online ZZZZZ
crypto stuff, lot of dead air, some clear SS chit chat, no ID seen.
Havana side not hrd, including usual 13395 freq cked. This one
usually on 13970 until now. (ANUS) CLP65, CUB emb., Managua 1928
RTTY 75/474 several encr msgs after kgzs kgzs kgzz.zzzzz. 1935:
op msgs/SS. 1940: circular re: "coflikto en peru." 1942: switched
to 100 Bd and reran circular. (RM)
14517
Unid: 1130 UNID 75/200 fsk system w/on-line cipher til 1330 (ANEE)
14523.9 SAM53: A Sve. Amman 1024 SWE-ARQ 100/400 Msg Sve. (RR2)
14532
Unid: 0846 UNID 75/250 FSK System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
14533.7 MFA Cairo 0800 ARQ wkg/unid embassy and qrt til 0845 (ANEE)
14535
Unid 0908 CIS-14 96/500 Undecoded. (RR2)
14540
unid FF ?? 1307 192/400 5 letters.(ANI) (Fr Emb Cairo logged here in
FEC-A 192bd - LOGS)
14560
JYF2: Petra 1051 RTTY 50/400 Press Ara. (RR2)
14573
Tripoli Libya 1032 RTTY 50/405 JANA with RY's and ID in AA.(PT) Jana
1430 RTTY 50/400 Press Ara. (RR2)
14575
PZ6: MFA Parigi 1400 FEC-A 192/400 Idle. (RR2)
14576.7 711: North Africa? 0936 PACKET 300/200 crypto to "701". 851: North
Africa? 0936 PACKET 300/200 crypto to "981" (MC) (A mystery PACKET
net in North Africa on this freq was discussed in the Feb 96
Newsletter - LOGS)
14577.2 Unid: 0953 PACTOR 200/200 UNID sub-mode, tfc (MC)
14585.7 RFPTC N'djamena 1312 200/350 tfc.(ANI) prob RFPTC: FF N'djamena 1552
Pagina 111
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ARQ-E3 200/400 w/idles. (DW2) RFPTC:FF NDJAMENA 1340 ARQ-E3 200/400
Betas. Poor sync (DW).
14615
Unid 1051 TRA-2300 100 bd Undecoded. (RR2)
14626.7 FF Martinique 1309 ARQ-E3 192/360 idle (ANI) RFLI: FF FORT DE FRANCE
1407 ARQ-E3 192/400 8rc. Betas. 1424z cct [LIJ] to Dakar controle de
voie RFTJ de RFTJ (DW) prob RFLI: FF Fort de France 2037 ARQ-E3
192/353 w/idles. (DW2)
14635
MFA MOSCOW? 1125 CROWD36 cannot decode (EW)
14638
DoSC Moskva, RUS 1055 F7B-40/10bd 32-tones, 5 LGs on link 30011.(ANG)
14639
Polish Embassy, Baghdad 0807 POL-ARQ 100/250 MSGs in PP headed
"m:baghdad" (MC) A Pol. Baghdad 1103 POL-ARQ 100/200 Msg Pol. (RR2)
14639.4 XWK01A: KPLnx, Vientiane 0904 RTTY 50/500 "ryryry... qra de xwk01a
14,640khz - k.p.l. -" (MC)
14654.5 SPW: Varsavia R. 1015 ARQ Msg. (RR2)
14654.7 MFA Cairo? 0930 ARQ beaming east? too weak to tell, and cw til
1000(ANEE)
14663.5 DMK: MFA Bonn 0924 RS-ARQ 228.5/170 Cripto. (RR2)
14664
Unid: 1615 RTTY 50/170 enc (RM)
14670.2 RFFVAT: FF Incirlik 0855 ARQ-M2 200/400 Idle. (RR2)
14680.1 Romanian Diplo 0910 ROU-FEC 213.8/400 crypto w/"qru" in CW at end(MC)
14681
V5G: MFA Bucharest, ROU 1328 ROU-FEC 164.5/400 w/circulars. (RB)
V5B: MFA Bucharest 1117 ROU-FEC 164/400 Msg Rum. (RR2)
14688
MFA Bucharest 1015 ROU-FEC 164/400 Cripto. (RR2)
14692.5 Tokyo Meteo, J 2329 FAX 120/576 w/weak chart. (RB)
14694
Unid 0950 UNID 150/780 Undecoded. (RR2)
14699
YIX70: Ina 0928 RTTY 50/400 Press Ara. (RR2)
14709
Russian Diplo, ? 1026 CROWD-36 tfc (MC)
14709.5 MFA Moscow 0845 CROWD36 40.1 til 0930 (ANEE)
14713.5 MFA Moscow 0930 CROWD36 40.1 wkg/C. Europe embassies til 1030 (ANEE)
14718.3 RFHI: FF, Noumea, NCL 1719 ARQ-E3 100/400 idling. Sig. faded out at
1753 (RM)
14722.2 Unid: 1513 RTTY 150.3/170 special code (RM)
14724.1 Unid: 1630 UNID 100/340 fsk system w/odd shift til 1730 (ANEE)
14732
prob RFVI: FF Le Port 1558 ARQ-E 100/191 w/idles. (DW2) RFVI: FF Le
Port, REU 1106 ARQ-E 96/425 idling (EW) RFVI: FF Le Port 1523 ARQ-E
96/400 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
14743.7 Egyptian MFA, Cairo 0850 ARQ Instructing embassy to QSY 13876.7
kHz(MC)
14761
NNN0NZW:USCGC Legare(WMEC-912)1855 FEC wkg NNN0MDE w/on-line
chat.(RB)
14761.5 NNN0CZG:USS Hancock (DD-981) 1530 ARQ wkg NNN0MDE NAVMARCORMARS BBS
for Ships Active List. (RB)
14762.5 NNN0MDE:Navy MARS HF Mailbox 1724 PACTOR 200 wkg NNN0COY for
msgs.(RB)
14774.8 Dor: MFA Sofia 1044 RTTY 75/500 Press Bul. (RR2)
14782
Unid: 0938 81-81 81/440 tfc (MC)
14784
SPP???: Polish Embassy, Islamabad 0825 POL-ARQ 100/250 Ack'ing msgs
from MFA Warsaw (MC)
14785
CJL Nicosia Cyprus 1140 ARQ-E 96/321 MFA with 5-LG tfc then RY's and
ID. (PT)
14801.7 FF Le Port ?? 1305 ARQ-E3 100/387 idle(ANI) RFVI: FF LE PORT 1439
ARQ-E3 100/400 8rc. Controle de voie RFVI de RFVI on cct [VII] to
Noumea (DW). RFVI: FF, Le Port, REU 1754 ARQ-E3 100/400 RQ sig past
1941 (RM)
14814.4 SAM: MFA Stockholm 1037 SWE-ARQ 100/400 Msg Sve.(RR2) MFA Stockholm
0930 SWED-ARQ 100 wkg/E. Europe til 1000 (ANEE)
14817.5 Unid: 0753 TWINPLEX-1w 100/140 crypto (MC) BCP: INTERPOL, ? 0813
ARQ 100/170 crypto and opchat in EE to JPA (MC)
14821
DoSC Moskva, RUS 0838 F7B-40/10bd 32-tones, 5LGs on link 40023.(ANG)
14823
DoSC Moskva, RUS 0730 RTTY 200/500, 5 LGs on UNID link. (ANG)
14830
Unid: 0755 RTTY 40.5/500 tfc (MC)
14830.3 DOR: Bulgarian MFA, Sofia 1444 RTTY 75/500 RYs and "zar 300" to
embassy. DOR: Bulgarian MFA, Sofia 1444 ASCII-ARQ 300/500 tfc after
"zar 300" in 75bd RTTY (MC)
14835
Unid 1047 VFT Undecoded. (RR2)
14838
VVD: Delhi Meteo, India 1459 RTTY 50/170 TEMP met reports compiled
by DEMS (New Delhi) (MC)
14840
HGX56: Cairo, Egypt 1410 DUP-ARQ 125/170 Hungarian embassy calling
Pagina 112
14840.5
14849.7
14855.3
14888.2
14900.5
14912
14917
14922
14923
14925.7
14926.7
14927.6
14932
14951.7
14956.5
14959.7
14966.7
14975
14980
15055.8
15636.7
15652
15684
15701.7
15712
15720.5
15726.7
15746.7
15770
15781
15792
15801.7
15821.9
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HGX21, Budapest, then into 5-LG encryption. (PT)
HGX21: MFA Budapest 1449 DUP-ARQ 125/170 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
Italian Diplo/Mil, ? 1053 UNID 1200bps FSK System (MC)
DOR: MFA Sofia 1017 RTTY 150/500 Press Bul. (RR2)
'DOR': MFA Sofia, BUL 0927, IRA-ARQ-600/500, tfc. to Unid
embassy. (ANG)
MFA Moscow 1100 CROWD36 40.1 tfc til 1130 (ANEE)
DFZG: MFA Belgrado 1432 RTTY 75/400 Cripto. (RR2)
DoSC Moskva, RUS 0846 RTTY 75/500, 5LGs to RJA on link 90051.(ANG)
DFZG: Serbian MFA, Belgrade 1332 FEC-A 144/400 crypto after
"xyxyxy" (MC) Unid 1334 FEC-A 144/400 Cripto. (RR2)
BAP44: Xinhua nx Agency, Beijing, China 0100 RTTY 75bd EE nx.(TK)
prob RFHJ: FF Papeete 1615 ARQ-E3 100/379 w/idles. poss RFHJ: FF
Papeete Tahiti 1709 ARQ-E3 100/380 w/idles. (DW2) "RFHJ" Papeete
0007 ARQ-E3 100/350 5lg's (ED) RFHJ: FF Papeete OCE 2335 ARQ-E3
100/400 w/non protege msg to RFHI Noumea cct HJI (ML2) RFHI: FF
Noumea, New Caledonia 0330 ARQ-E3 100 bd "controle de voie". (TK)
FF Dakar 1302 ARQ-E3 192/360 idle (ANI) RFTJ: FF DAKAR 1452 ARQ-E3
192/400 Betas. No tfc (DW). prob RFTJ: FF Dakar 1619 ARQ-E3 192/379
w/idles. (DW2) RFTJ: FF Dakar, SEN 1017 ARQ-E3 192/425 betas
idling (EW)
FF UNID 1512 ARQ-E3 192/400 8rc. Vri little sync. Spurious of
14926.7 ? (DW).
SNN299: MFA Warsaw 1245 ARQ-POL msg to Tel Aviv.(ANI) Unid: 0918
UNID 250/170 FSK ARQ System, ACF=75 (MC)
A Egi? 1401 ARQ Msg Ara. (RR2)
Unid: 1840 ROU-FEC 164.5/400 no tfc being sent, then app
encrypted.(RB)
prob RFTJ: FF Dakar 1623 ARQ-E3 192/370 w/idles. (DW2) RFTJ: FF DAKAR
1522 ARQ-E3 192/400 Betas. Cct [TJI] to Ft de France. Controle de
voie RFTJ de RFTJ (DW).
A Egi. Mosca 0817 ARQ Msg Ara. (RR2)
P6Z: MFA Parigi 1142 FEC-A 192/400 Idle. (RR2)
RAU: Brotherhood 1410 RTTY 75/400 Qra. (RR2)
Unid: 2200 RTTY 75/850 online encrypted msg with YYYYYY at the end/
begin of the msg, see 4170.3 (GER)
RFTJ: Dakar 1121 ARQ-E3 200/300 Idle, controle de voie,
C.I.="dkj"(ED)
MFA Varsavia? 1105 POL-ARQ 100/250 Msg Pol. (RR2)
DoSC Moskva, RUS 1000 F7B-40 32-tones, 5 LGs to UNID sta heavy QRM
from warble jammer above the Lincolnshire Poacher. (ANG)
MFA Cairo 1030 ARQ wkg/Embassy Manama, Bahrain til 1130 (ANEE)
DoSC Moskva, RUS 1150 F7B-10bd/32-tones, with happy new year
greetings to other party. (ANG)
Unid 1348 PIC-12 20/20 Undecoded. (RR2)
Unid: 0730 PACKET 300/340 Unid IIEX wkg IIEY w/file xfers Iran/
Sudan? til 0830 (ANEE)
Egyptian Embassy, ? 0948 ARQ 100/170 ATU-80 MSGs to MFA Cairo (MC)
Deutch Welle Relais Sri Lanka: 0810 RTTY 100/300 ry's deutsche welle
relais trincomalee sri lanka.(ANI) Deutsche Welle Relay, Triccomalee,
Sri Lanka 0800 RTTY 100/300 til 0900 (ANEE) DW Sri Lanka 0805 RTTY
100/300 Qra. (RR2)
USAF AWS PTR/S. Florida 1641 FAX 120/576 w/chart. (DW2) NHF/NRR or
UNID: USAF/USN AWS Roosevelt Roads, PR or UNID, Florida. 1430z unk
upper air chart "US AIR FORCE NHF wx SERVICE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE".
At 1447z unk chart of USA no lat / long "FXU500 KGWC VT: 29/0400Z 29/1600Z DTG 29/0345Z DEC 96 LIPSCOMB" 1504z unk chart of northern
hemi from pole "FGNH12 KGWC VT:29/0400Z - 29/1600Z [garble]
HUGHES/GEIDEN". Also //19363/11622// At 1636z NOAA logo + "US
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE (AVIATION BRANCH???) OBSERVED 24HR
PRECIPITATION VT12Z 01 JAN 97 NO: D002???" with loadsa numbers and
three letter wx stas scattered around US. (LC) Unid: (NHF?) 1343
FAX 120/576 Wx chart very poor rx. (PT) USAF AWS, Roosevelt Roads,
PR 2000 FAX 120/576 wx chart (RM)
POL-EMB Lagos, NIG, 0837 POL-ARQ-100/250 msgs re situation in
Liberia. (ANG) A Pol. Kinshasa 1049 POL-ARQ 100/250 Idle. (RR2)
MFA Cairo 1030 ARQ wkg/Embassy Manama, Bahrain til 1130 (ANEE)
unid: 0811 ARQ-SWE ??(ANI)
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15821.9 SAM: MFA Stoccolma 1008 SWE-ARQ 100/400 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2) SAM52:
Swedish Embassy, Tel Aviv 1022 SWED-ARQ 100/400 5LGs to MFA
Stockholm (MC)
15826
SOUD sta 0939 RTTY 75/500 5LGs on link "11177 40034 96770 25352
01379" (MC)
15833
MFA Bucharest 1553 ROU-FEC 164/400 Msg Rum. (RR2)
15857.6 Unid 1033 RS-ARQ 228.5/170 Idle. (RR2)
15859.5 Unid 1003 RS-ARQ 228.5/170 Msg. (RR2)
15861
RFFAB: Paris France 1027 ARQ-E 96/394 5-lg tfc to RFFXI Bangui.(PT)
15861.7 Mod Paris? 1015 ARQ-E 96/400 idle (ANI) RFFXCCS: France? 1200 ARQ-E
96/425 idle (EW) RFFXCCS: Centrans Favieres 1423 ARQ-E 96/353 idle +
5lgs on c/i XXI (SS)
15862
SAM: MFA Stockholm, Sweden 1602 SWED-ARQ 100/400 very weak w/poor
synch. (RB)
15873
P6Z: MFA Parigi 0744 FEC-A 192/400 Idle. (RR2)
15898
RFGW: MFA Parigi 0820 FEC-A 192/400 Idle. (RR2)
15916.7 8WB1: Indian Embassy, Belgrade 0827 RTTY 50/340 RYs and calling 8WD4
for TX test (MC)
15920
CFH: CANFORCE Halifax 1639 RTTY 75/850 w/call tape. (DW2) CFH:
HaliFAX, Canada 1127 RTTY 75/821R NAWS wx info. (PT)
15923.8 MFA Bruxelles 1425 VFT/RTTY 100 Cripto 5. (RR2)
15933
A Tur ? 0915 FEC-A 144/850 Msg Tur. (RR2)
15946.5 EAE220: MFA Madrid 1346 TWINPLEX 100/400 Cripto. (RR2)
15950
NAM: 1805 FAX 120/576 Cutler,Maine/Norfolk,VA??? Sat Image and
good.(RT2)
15959
NAA: USN Cutler, ME 1635 FAX 120/576 w/chart. (DW2)
15961.7 RFLI: FF, Fort de France 1936 ARQ-E3 192/342 w/Controle de Voie on
C.I. BFL. (RB)
16001
Unid: 1100 UNID 75/200 fsk system w/on-line cipher til 1200 (ANEE)
16003.7 MFA Cairo 0730 ARQ wkg/unid embassy w/atu-80 opchat and qrt til
0830. (ANEE)
16006.7 MFA Cairo 1530 ARQ wkg/embassy Harare, Zimbabwe w/atu80 tfc til
1630 (ANEE)
16008
DOR: MFA Sofia 1144 RTTY 75/500 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
16009.7 Egyptian Emb New Delhi 1220 ARQ & FEC clg Cairo (ML2)
16013.7 Egyptian MFA, Cairo 1057 FEC Calling Embassy Lagos "dkqlp" (MC)
16016.6 Khartoum amb ?? 1435 100/155 (ANI)
16020.4 A Ted Luanda 0910 RS-ARQ 228.5/170 Cripo. (RR2)
16021.7 MFA Cairo, EGYPT 1117 ARQ 100/170 msgs in AA. encrypted text
followed. (EW)
16030
LZV2: Bulgarian Embassy, ? 0950 RTTY 75/500 Calling DOR (MFA
Sofia) (MC)
16045
Unid: 1121 UNID 100/850 cannot decode (EW)
16053
V5G: Romanian MFA, Bucharest 0945 ROU-FEC 164.5/400 (bitmask=24) MSGs
in RR to Embassy Hanoi (MC)
16055
A Rum Tripoli 0930 ROU-FEC 218/400 Msg Rum. (RR2)
16056.7 Egyptian Embassy, Ankara 1132 ARQ 5LGs to EGY Intel Cairo (MC)
16057.5 Unid 1026 ROU-FEC 218/400 Cripto. (RR2)
16066
DoSC Moskva, RUS, 1546 F7B-40/10Bd 32-tones, 5LGs on link 11230.(ANG)
IRO30: ANSA nx Agency, Italy 1224 RTTY 50/200 nx in EE (EW) Rome,
Italy 1115 RTTY 50/229N ANSA with nx in FF. (PT)
16066.7 Egyptian Emb San'a YEM 0810 ARQ w/5Lgs to Cairo (ML2)
16071.7 MFA Cairo 2003 ARQ 100/170 locked space tone, ATU-80 (ED) MFA Cairo
1350 ARQ Msg Ara. (RR2)
16073.9 MFA Oslo, NOR 1052 TWINPLEX 100/400 encrypted tfc (EW)
16074.2 Unid: 1230 ARQ 100/400 unid very weak til 1300 (ANEE)
16078.7 CLP1: MFA, Havana, Cuba 1801 RTTY 50/460 w/minrex reports to unid
embassy. (RB)
16081.7 MFA Cairo 1645 ARQ wkg/embassy Ottawa til 1800 off-line ciphers(ANEE)
16087.7 RFVI Le Port 0906 ARQ-E3 100/400 tfc. RFVI Le Port 1450 100/400 tfc.
(ANI) RFVI: FF Le Port 1358 ARQ-E3 100/400 Crpto 5LG's. (RR2)
16091.7 Unid: 1701 ARQ idles and down. MFA Cairo has been logged here
before. Unid: Egyptian Diplo 1340 ARQ w/idles. Into ISS mode w/ YKS
YKS and down at 1347. MFA Cairo logged here in the past.(DW2)
16100
Unid: 0908 CIS-14 192/500 tfc (MC)
16100.2 Unid: 0700 FEC-A 96/475 unusual selcalling scheme (MFA Brussels?) til
0800 (ANEE)
16101
HBD20: MFA Berne, SUI 1124 ARQ 5lgs (EW)
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16102.2 Russian Mil? 0856 MS5 12 tone vocoder (710Hz pilot), tfc on LSB (MC)
16103.9 MFA Oslo, NOR 1102 TWINPLEX 100/400 encrypted tfc (EW)
16106.9 SAM: MFA Stockholm 1659 ARQ-SWE 100/356 3 chr blocks w/plaintext.
SAM: MFA Stockholm 1605 ARQ-SWE 100/300 w/plaintext Swedish msgs for
Swedish Ambassador, Havana. SAM seemed to be using a "mailbox"
function complete with "time/date" and "msg received" ack. (DW2)
SAM: MFA Stoccolma 1423 SWE-ARQ 100/400 Msg Sve. (RR2)
16109
SNN299: MFA Warsaw, 1130 POL-ARQ 100/170 msgs to Brasilia in PP(EW)
16111
HBD20: MFA Berne, SUI 1124 ARQ 5lgs (EW)
16112
Russian Diplo, ? 1024 CROWD-36 tfc (MC)
16118
HBD20: MFA Berne, SUI 1115 ARQ long 5lg msg (EW)
16119.9 Unid: 0947 RTTY 50/350 crypto (MC)
16122
Unid: 1500 UNID 320/200 fsk system til 1600 (ANEE)
16122.3 Unid: 1250 36-50 50/850 tfc (MC)
16124
HBD20: MFA Berna 1043 ARQ Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
16125.2 RFQP Jibuti 0912 ARQ-M2 2ch 200/360.(ANI)
16136
Xinhua 0920 RTTY 75/370 nx. (ANI) BZR66: Xinhua 0819 RTTY 75/400
Press Ing. (RR2)
16143.7 prob RFLI: FF Fort de France 1629 ARQ-E3 192/259 w/idles. (DW2) RFLI,
FF, Fort de France, MRT 1719 ARQ-E3 192/400 RQ sig. (RM)
16147.8 Embacuba? 1230 RTTY 75/500 SS Press. (RR2)
16149
Unid 0813 PIC-CIS 40 Undecoded. (RR2)
16149.8 CLP18: Cuban Emb. Baghdad IRQ 1822 CW msgs/SS. 1826: to RTTY (RM)
CLP18: Baghdad 1826 RTTY 75/5tester in SS w/ID crypto after zzzz &
Iraqi nx/SS. (RR)
16159
CNRY: French Embassy, Conakry 1254 ARQ6-90 200/400 5LGs to "DIPL" MFA
Paris (MC)
16178
OLZ88: Czech MFA, Prague 1200 RTTY 100/400 Calling OLZ87, OLZ73,
OLZ75 and OTB79 (MC)
16181.7 Egyptian Emb Addis Ababa ETH 1150 ARQ w/5LGs to Cairo (ML2)
16203.7 Kuwait 0950 ARQ Embassy of Egypt point-to-point (diplomatic) TGs to
MFA Cairo (MS)
16204
TUR-EMB Kinshasa, ZAI, 0915 FEC-A-144/850, msgs to TAD QSX
16908kHz. (ANG) TAD42: Turkish Emb Khartoum SDN 1030 FEC-A 144/850
w/msg & tfc list to Ankara (ML2)
16209.5 Unid: 0832 UNID 100/2000 FSK System, extremely wide shift (MC)
16209.9 OZU25: Danish Emb., Jakarta, Indonesia 1054 TWINPLEX 100/400 5lgs.
(EW)
16213
TAD83: Turkish Embassy, Tripoli 0814 FEC-A 144/850 5LGs and MSGs in
TT to TAD (MFA Ankara) (MC) "DKRX": Prob. FRA Emb., Dakar, SEN 1722
ARQ6-90 200/400 5LG (RM) DKAR: A Fra Dakar 0945 ARQ6-90 200/400
Cripto 5. (RR2)
16227.7 unid: 0821 ARQ-E 96/384 idle(ANI) FF UNID ? 1532 ARQ-E 96/400 Betas.
Faded without seeing tfc (DW). RFFXI: FF Bangui CAF 0950 ARQ-E w/
5LGs & svce msg cct XZI (ML2) Unid: 1441 ARQ-E 96/4idle for over 4
hrs (RM)
16238
N2G: French Emb San'a YEM 0840 FEC-A 192/425 w/5LGs (ML2)
16242
D7A: French Emb Addis Ababa ETH 0740 FEC-A 192/425 w/5LGs (ML2)
16244
N2G: Unid 0915 FEC-A 192/400 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
16253
DoSC Moskva, RUS, 0955 6-tone alerting device + RTTY 75/500, very
strong signal but very distorted audio, later QSY to 14917 kHz tfc.
to 'RJA' on link 90051. Normal skeds at 08:40 in the morning! (ANG)
16257
SOUD sta, ? 0904 RTTY 75/500 5LGs/5FGs on link "11177 90051 40025
30257 03994" (MC) Brotherhood 0845 RTTY 75/500 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
16260
P6Z: MFA Paris, F 1056 FEC-A 192/425 msgs to RFGW/circulars (EW) PZ6:
MFA Parigi 1108 FEC-A 192/400 Idle. (RR2)
16264.7 Unid: 1726 RTTY 75/825 enc (RM)
16270
Unid 1105 VFT Undecoded. (RR2)
16273.9 unid: 1020 ARQ 6-98 ???? unid Language looks PP(ANI)
16274
SNN299: MFA Warsaw, POL 1052 POL-ARQ long passage of 5lgs (EW) Unid
0958 POL-ARQ 100/250 Msg Pol. (RR2) Unid 0740 VFT 75/ Undecoded.
(RR2)
16277
Unid 0905 VFT/BAU 100bd Cripto. (RR2)
16278
Algiers Algeria 1312 COQUELET 8 tfc in AA and FF then op chat to
"CAIRE" prob. Cairo embassy. (PT)
16278.6 7RQ20: Algerian MFA, Algiers 0914 COQUELET-8 26.7bd ATU-80 MSGs to
Khartoum, Delhi (MC) MFA Algeri 1402 COQ-8 26.7/30 FF Msg. (RR2)
16280.1 RFFA: Mod Paris 1018 ARQ-M2 2ch 200/360 tfc(ANI)
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16286
16286.7
16302
16306
16310
16315
16316
16316.7
16317
16318
16318.5
16320
16322
16324.7
16332
16335
16337.9
16340
16351.8
16352.2
16355
16355.7
16359.5
16386.7
16413.3
16453.5
16694
16705
16716.5
16779
16786
16807
16811.6
16815
16817
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DoSC Moskva, RUS, 0840 RTTY 75/500, RSZ RSZ RSZ QTC 464646 and 5FGs
to 'RSZ'. (ANG)
Unid 0852 ARQ6-90 200/400 End. (RR2)
ASP32: Pakistani MFA, Islamabad 1228 TWINPLEX-1w 100/140 MSGs in EE
to Teheran, selcal DOPX (MC) AST51: Pakistani Embassy, Teheran 1227
TWINPLEX-1w 100/140 MSGs in EE to MFA Islamabad (MC)
"DFZG" MFA Belgrade YUG 1431 RTTY 75/425 ry then qrt (RM) DFZG: MFA
Belgrado 1434 RTTY 75/400 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
Unid 0830 RTTY 75/550 Cripto. (RR2)
MFA MOSCOW? 1113 CROWD36 cannot decode (EW)
Unid: 1109 UNID 40.5/850 cannot decode (EW) [40.5 is typically single
ch 81-81 - LOGS] Unid: 0911 81-81 40.5/500 tfc (MC)
CUV654: ROU-EMB Lisboa, POR RTTY 75/400 + ROU-FEC-218.32/400 after
@[email protected]@ semi-auto calling sequence, into ROU-FEC-218.32bd, then QSY to
16359.5 kHz. (ANG) Greece(?) ARQ tfc in unknown language then into
SSB, sounded like Greek to me. (PT)
'FOL': UNID ROU-EMB, 1033 RTTY 75/400, using Rumanian semi-auto
clg device, sending repeats of @[email protected]@ + callsign,then into CW.(ANG)
Unid: 1503 RTTY 75/400 crypto ending "ok nema problema kkkk" (MC)
Algiers Algeria 1608 COQUELET 8 MFA with long text in FF. (PT)
Unid: Washington 1837 COQUELET 13.3/8T ff msg from emb Wash. to
various alg. emb. (ED) MFA Algeri 0909 COQ-8 26/ 30 FF Msg. (RR2)
Unid 0955 RTTY 75/500 Cripto 5. (RR2)
Romanian Embassy, Tel Aviv 0951 ROU-FEC 218.3/400 MSGs in RR to MFA
Bucharest (MC)
RFTJF: French Forces, Libreville, GAB 1800 ARQ-E3 192/342 idling.(RB)
V5G: MFA Bucharest, ROU 1115 ROU-FEC 164.6/425 encrypted text
followed by circulars in Rumanian (EW) MFA Bucharest 1109 ROU-FEC
164/400 Msg Rum. (RR2)
Unid: 1645 RTTY 75/850 enc (RM)
Romanian Diplo, ? 1422 ROU-FEC 164.5/400 crypto (MC)
'KKK': DoSC Moskva, RUS F7B-40bd/10bd 32-tones, 5LGs to 'KUA' on link
30022, suspected link to embassy in Baghdad, QSX 14624 kHz. This
circuit used to be on RTTY 75/500 but has now moved over to 40bd/10bd
MFSK. (ANG)
CLP12: Cuban Embassy, Lima 1325 RTTY 75/500 5LGs headed "1048 lima
14/12/96" ends "fin de cable" (MC)
ROU-EMB Tunis, TUN, 1003 ROU-FEC-164.48/400, msgs to Bucharest.(ANG)
OMZ: MFA Praga 0917 RTTY 100/400 Msg Cec. (RR2)
"CMP": unid. embacuba, possibly CLP44, Harare, ZWE 1826 50/170 5FG
end w "qrz de cmp" fol'd by op msgs in SS. 1830: brief ry w/o id.
Changes to 75 bd & sends "corea/04 grs//403 ord/jcgt ej9/1/97" fol'd
by double-spaced 5FG msg. 1837: from Zimbabwe "resumen de prensa dia
9/1/97" 1840: tlxes or minrex from Hanoi, Pyongyang, and Phnom Penh.
S/O1859 w/"de cmp k voile a a1 a1 a1" going to CW w msgs in SS for
another 15 mins.Appears that CLP44 relaying the Asian tfc (RM)
CUV654: ROU-EMB Lisboa, ROU-FEC-218.32/400, tfc. to Bucharest.(ANG)
Pakistani Embassy, Belgrade 1154 TWINPLEX-1w 100/140 5LGs and MSGs in
EE to MFA Islamabad. Pakistani E, Bucharest 1154 TWINPLEX-1w 100/140
5LGs and MSGs in EE to MFA Islamabad (MC)
8WD: Indian MFA, Delhi 1116 VFT: 3ch of 96/170 FEC-A, test tapes(MC)
HGX21: MFA Budapest 1051 DUP-ARQ 125/170 Cripto. (RR2)
9GYS: M/V Volta River 1940 ARQ w/noon posn report 2306N/8673W at
13.13kts, login 19400 9GYS. (RB)
ELEO2: MV Kanin 1433 ARQ AMVER co/ch WLO 36.05n 030.24w(BvR)
UBUT: TKH TSEMDOLINA 1052 ARQ admin from Km Raykhlin to UFN. Login
55860 UBUT. 9HKH4: TK MEKHANIK ILCHENKO 1100 ARQ to UFN (is ex P3HQ5
& UWXA). (HOOD)
Unid vsl: 2123 FEC w/Philippine nx. relay of various nx items
including exchange rates for peso/USD. Ended with "de Alx, merry
x'mas n happy happy ?????". (DW2)
DSR Rostock Germany 1345 FEC nx and wx info in GG. (PT) (probably a
German-crewed ship relaying DSR nx, but not DSR -LOGS)
9VG: Singapore Radio 1338 FEC w/info b/cast, (MS4)
A9M: Bahrain Radio 1150 ARQ tlx (ANI)
9VG83: Singapore Radio, Singapore 1105 ARQ msg to M/V Risan (EW)
WCC: Chatham Radio 1900 FEC w/Caribbean Marine WX Forecast. (JEB)
Unid: 1945 ARQ 100/170 5ng/5lg/4lg (RT2)
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16838
16902
16903
16908
16922.2
16951.5
16958
16958.8
16959
16963
17019
17400
17411
17428
17428.9
17432
17441.5
17443
17445.4
17464.7
17465
17468
17475
17476.7
17483
17520.6
17590
17961.7
18005.7
18040
18040.4
18040.9
18041.2
18046.7
18050
18051.7
18054
18055
18064
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unid: 1209 ARQ eng tts(ANI)
SAB: 1225 ARQ idle.(ANI)
TAD: Turkish MFA, Ankara 0900 FEC-A 144/850 MSGs in TT to many
embassies/consulates (MC)
UAI3: Nakhodka Radio, CIS 0709 ARQ msg to ship BPMS. in RR (EW)
TAD: Turkish MFA, Ankara 0850 FEC-A 144/850 MSGs in TT to embassies
regarding Zaire sitrep (MC)
RBSL: Indian Navy, Bombay 0855 RTTY 50/1100 "vth5/7/9 rbsl rbls
ryryryryryryryryr sgsgsgsg" (MC)
6WW: French Navy, Dakar 0858 RTTY 75/850 "vvv vvv vvv vvv de de de
6ww 6ww 6ww" tape (MC)
FUJ: French Navy, Noumea 0509 RTTY 75 bd w/DE FUJ TESTING
RYRYRYRYRYRY. (TK)
TAD??: Turkish Embassy, Lagos 0834 FEC-A 144/850 Opchat in TT
instructing QSY to 18960kHz (MC)
TAD: Turkish MFA, Ankara 0927 FEC-A 144/850 MSGs in TT to all
embassies. (MC) FUM: FF Navy, Papeete, Tahiti 0350 RTTY 75bd
w/RYRY.(TK)
TAD: Turkish MFA, Ankara 0828 FEC-A 144/850 MSGs in TT and EE to
embassies (MC)
P6Z: MFA Paris 1020 ARQ6-90 200/400 w/5LGs ILMD Islamabad (ML2)
Unid: 1500 UNID 203.56/400 fsk w/daily sked; also prob has 94.7/360
chatter sub-mode til 1700. Unid: 1500 UNID 203.56/400 fsk system w/
unusual 4 sec idle sequence til 1600 (ANEE) 5ST83: Antananarivo M.
1355 RTTY 100/400 Wx. (RR2)
SNN299: MFA Warsaw, POL 1109 POL-ARQ 100/170 nx in PP. msg to
Bombay. (EW)
MFA Bonn/Ankara 1300 RS-ARQ 228.7/220 wkg/Washington? til
1330 (ANEE)
SAM: MFA Stoccolma 1000 SWE-ARQ 100/400 Msg Sve. (RR2)
DFZG: MFA Belgrado 1437 RTTY 75/400 Cripto. (RR2)
Nairobi meteo 1237 RTTY 100/724.(ANI) 5YE: Nairobi Meteo 1332
RTTY 100/800 Wx. (RR2)
BZ648: Xinhua 1157 RTTY 50/400 FF Press. (RR2)
5YE: NAIROBI MET 1200 FAX 120/576 Various charts inc 0600z sfc
analysis (unscheduled) (DW).
Egyptian Emb Pyongyang KRE 0610 ARQ w/ATU-80 msgs to New Delhi for
Cairo;0620 FEC w/ATU-80 msgs (ML2)
DoSC Moskva, RUS 1044 RTTY 100/500 tfc. to RSZ on link 00099.(ANG)
Unid 0910 RTTY 100/500 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
Brotherhood 0720 RTTY 75/500 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
Unid: 1142 UNID 40.5/850 cannot decode (EW) [40.5 is typically single
ch 81-81 - LOGS]
MFA Cairo 0811 ARQ Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
MFA Bucharest 0930 ROU-FEC 164/400 Cripto. (RR2)
DMK: MFA Bonn 0855 RS-ARQ 228.5/170 Cripto. (RR2)
HZN49: Jeddah Meteo 1607 RTTY 100/800 Wx. (RR2)
Egyptian MOI 1000 ARQ wkg/various embassies w/atu-80 press til
1330 (ANEE)
A Egi Mogadiscio 1338 ARQ Msg Ara. (RR2)
TCY4: AA Ankara, TUR: 1245 RTTY 50Bd/??? TT nx (GER)
MFA Budapest 1200 DUP-ARQ 125 wkg/Unid embassy til 1400 on-line
cipher (ANEE)
HGX42: A Ung. Teheran 1440 DUP-ARQ 125/170 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
MFA Bucharest 1200 DUP-ARQ 125 wkg/unid embassy til 1400 on-line
cipher (ANEE)
MFA Lisbon 1430 ARQ wkg/embassy Kinshasa w/circuit test til 1500;
idle 1045-1515 (ANEE)
LZV2: Bulgarian Embassy, ? 0950 RTTY 75/500 Calling DOR (MFA
Sofia). (MC)
ASP32: Pakistani MFA, Islamabad 1051 TWINPLEX-1w 100/140 Opchat in
EE (MC)
DFZG: Belgrade, Serbia 14.32 RTTY 75/400N Serbian MFA with RY's
and ID. (PT)
MFA Belgrade 1530 RTTY 75 wkg/unid embassy til 1545 three on-line
ciphers (ANEE) DFZG: MFA Belgrado 1441 RTTY 75/400 Cripto. (RR2)
MFA Warsaw 1200 POL-ARQ 100 wkg/embassy Harare, Cairo til 1400
claris msgs, file xfers. MFA Warsaw 1230 POL-ARQ 100/300 wkg/
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Embassies Dublin and Nairobi til 1300 and qrt; file xfer, press
rvw (ANEE) SNN299: MFA Warsaw, POL 1250 ???/170 ID in CW at the
end, s/off. SNN299, MFA Warsaw, POL: 1253 CW ID, later and b4
digital tfc (GER) SNN299: MFA Varsavia 1404 POL-ARQ 100/250 Msg
Pol. (RR2)
18066.4 ICRC Kigali 1530 PACTOR-I2 200 wkg/ICRC Geneva til 1600 personnel
status report (ANEE) Icrc 1319 PACTOR 200/200 Msg Ing. (RR2)
18092
Brotherhood 0840 RTTY 75/500 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
18092.9 Polish Embassy, Brasilia 1104 POL-ARQ 100/250 Retrieving QTC list
from MFA computer (MC)
18104.8 Unid: 1500 PACTOR-I1 200 gotta be amateurs w/ansi graphics files
titled "gunsmoke" and "food stink" til 1530 (ANEE)
18173.5 STK: Khartoum Aero, SDN 1052 RTTY 50/425 RY-mkr: ZCZC QJH HSSSYFYX
RYRY NNNN, HSSS - ICAO Locator, YFYX - ? Office (GER) STK: Khartoum
Air 1331 RTTY 50/400 Qra. (RR2)
18180
Algiers Algeria(?) 1249 COQUELET 8 tfc in FF. (PT)
18180.7 A Alg New York 0843 COQ-8 26.7/ 30 Msg Fra. (RR2)
18182
Unid: 0820 RTTY 75/500 "ryryryryryryryryryryryry nkp nkp nkp"
cont.(MC)
18206
DoSC Moskva, RUS 0935 RTTY 75/500 5LGs to JUA on link 50035. (ANG)
18211.7 MFA Cairo 1215 ARQ wkg/embassy Abu Dhabi w/ack/irs ckt from cairo til
1400. MFA Cairo 1230 ARQ wkg/embassy Abu Dhabi w/atu-80 tlxes til
1500 (ANEE)
18212
Deutsche Welle, ? 0926 RTTY 100/400 MSGs in EE about DW transmitting
stas (MC) DW Kigali 0815 RTTY 100/400 Msg Spa. (RR2)
18220.9 CNM76X9: MAP Rabat, MRC 1305 RTTY 50/425 EE nx // 18245, 18255,
18265, 18275, 18285, 18295, 18305, etc., see down (GER) CNM76X9: Map
1110 RTTY 50/425 FF Press. (RR2) CNM76X9: MAP, Rabat, MRC 1655 RTTY
50/425 w/FF nx items. (RB)
18225
CNM...: MAP Rabat, MRC 1335 RTTY 50/425 EE nx, vy vy weak,(GER)
18230
GFL25: Brachnell Mteteo, G 1307 RTTY 75/425 wx (GER) GLF25: Bracknell
Meteo 1329 RTTY 75/400 Wx. (RR2)
18235
CNM...: MAP Rabat, MRC 1333 RTTY 50/425 EE nx, see down, vy weak(GER)
18235.2 French Army Kigali?, Rwanda 1530 PACTOR-I1 200 wkg/MOD/Army HQ Paris
til 1645 w/tlx abt problems with unspecified devices; voice coord abt
logistics team and comm. team; French Rwanda relief ops; logistics
drops to be 30km from Rwanda (ANEE) Unid 1510 PACTOR 200/200 FF
Msg. (RR2)
18238.1 ZRO4: PRETORIA MET 1503 FAX 120/576 Sfc analysis fading on weak
signal. (DW)
18242
ZRO4: Pretoria Meteo, AFS 1309 RTTY 75/425 wx fm FAPR (GER) ZRO4
Pretoria Meteo AFS 1841 RTTY 75/4coded wx.Puny sig. but *no* QRM (RM)
ZRO4: Pretoria Meteo 1330 RTTY 75/400 Wx. (RR2)
18245
CNM...: MAP Rabat, MRC 1311 RTTY 50/425 EE nx weak, //18220.9, 18255,
18265, 18275, 18285, 18295, 18305 (GER) SOUD sta 1030 RTTY 75/500
5LGs on ID "11177 60047 03308 14439 06114" (MC) Brotherhood? 0915
RTTY 75/500 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
18250
Brotherhood 0933 RTTY 75/500 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
18251.7 A Egi Yemen 1008 ARQ Msg Ara. (RR2)
18254
SUU: Cairo Meteo, Egypt 0950 RTTY 100/850 wx.(MS4) SUU: Cairo Meteo
0902 RTTY 100/850 Wx. (RR2) Unid Meteo: 1405 RTTY 100/850 wx AAXX fm
DGAA (Accra) (GER) (SUU: Cairo Meteo - LOGS)
18255
CNM...: MAP Rabat, MRC 1314 RTTY 50/425 EE nx strong, //18220.9,
18245, 18265, 18275, 18285, 18295, 18305 (GER)
18261
GFE24: BRACKNELL MET 1514 FAX 120/576 Weak upper air chart.(DW)
18264
XVN48: VNA, Hanoi,Vietnam 0830 RTTY 50 bd FF/EE nx. (TK)
18265
CNM78: 1010 RTTY 50/425 MAP Press Nx FF //18255 kHz.(CK) CNM78: MAP
Rabat, MRC 1315 RTTY 50/425 EE nx //18220.9, 18245, 18255, 18275,
18285, 18295, 18305 (GER) CNM78: Map 1111 RTTY 50/400 FF Press. (RR2)
18269
MFA Berne 1530 ARQ wkg/unid embassy til 1645 and qrt; off-line
cipher. MFA Berne? 1245 ARQ very weak til 1645; irs 1245-1330, then
iss 5l gps (ANEE)
18270.5 MFA Berne 1130 ARQ wkg/Unid embassy til 1230 thought this freq was
inactive (ANEE)
18271.5 HBD39: Swiss Embassy, Nairobi 0818 ARQ 5LGs to MFA Berne (MC)
18275
CNM...: MAP Rabat, MRC 1316 RTTY 50/425 EE nx, strong, //18220.9,
18245, 18255, 18265, 18285, 18295, 18305 (GER)
18288.5 5AF: Tripoli Air, LBY RTTY 50/425 ry-mkr: QJH HLLTYF RYRYRYR NNNN.
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18316
18325
18332
18335
18345
18352
18364.5
18365
18380.2
18381
18388.6
18411.7
18413
18431
18432
18443.7
18445.4
18487.9
18493.1
18493.5
18513.9
18527
18529.4
18531.6
18552
18560
18566
18646.7
18648.5
18688
18704.3
18754
18755.8
18762.1
18764
18835
18943.7
18944
18946.4
18956
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(GER)
CNM...: MAP Rabat, MRC 1323 RTTY 50/425 EE nx, see above, testing a
lot new QRGs or is their TX broken ? spurious ? hrd in 2 different
RXs, also another SWL 500km away fm me hrd 18315
this, each ch.
away fm 18265 is weaker, any idea? Also at 1620 with FF nx(GER)
OMS: MFA Bratislava 1020 RTTY 400/100 Msg Cec. (RR2)
CNM...: MAP Rabat, MRC 1324 RTTY 50/425 EE nx, see above (GER)
Brotherhood 0810 RTTY 75/400 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
CNM...: MAP Rabat, MRC 1326 RTTY 50/425 EE nx, see above, vy
weak (GER) GFH: RAF Kai Tak HKG 0120 PICCOLO-6 w/svce msgs to VHC
RAN Belconnen (ML2)
CNM...: MAP Rabat, MRC 1328 RTTY 50/425 EE nx, see above, vy vy
weak (GER)
ROU-EMB Rabat, MRC 0845 ROU-FEC-218.32/400 crypto & clear text.(ANG)
Unid: 1130 UNID 200/200 fsk til 1230 (ANEE)
Unid: 1532 RTTY 100/850 special code (RM) Unid 0926 UNID 100/850
Undecoded. (RR2)
RFFA: Mod Parigi 1328 ARQ-E3 100/400 Idle. (RR2)
Unid: 1005 FEC-? 100/425 MOD Paris listed with ARQ-E3-100 (CK)
Tripoli Libya 1447 RTTY 50/345 Tripoli Air w/RY's & "HLLTYF".(PT)
HLLTYF: Tripoli Air, LIB 1012 RTTY 50/425 RY qjh HLLTYF (EW) 5AF:
Tripoli Air 1010 RTTY 50/350 Qra. HLLT: Tripoli Air Libya 0927
RTTY 50/375 QJH HLLTYF followed by 3 lines of RY and NNNN. (RR2)
MFA Jakarta 1145 FEC-S 96/170 Press Ing. (RR2) MFA Jakarta 0540
SI-ARQ 96b/5C msgs in Indonesian. (TK)
Unid 0923 RTTY 75/500 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
Russian Diplo, ? 0945 CROWD-36 selcal mode (MC)
BXCE: unid Serb Diplo 0830 RTTY 75/425 w/RYs & crypto after MIMI(ML2)
LJA30: Norwegian MFA, Oslo 1248 TWINPLEX-1w 100/400 MSGs in NN to
various embs signed "n o r e g" (MC)
MFA Oslo 1430 TWINPLEX 100 wkg/unid embassy irs, then qrt; prob ack
ckt for 18487.9 weak (ANEE)
MFA Oslo 1112 TWINPLEX 100/ Msg Nor. (RR2) MFA Oslo 1430 TWINPLEX 100
wkg/embassy Rabat? iss, then qrt;prob w/18445.35; selcall -KFMP.
(ANEE)
Unid: 1500 240/300 fsk system til 1600 (ANEE)
Unid 1309 UNID 100/850 Undecoded. (RR2)
MFA Copenhagen 1145 TWINPLEX 100 wkg/Unid til 1215 and qrt plaintext
Danish msg; no selcalls (ANEE)
NDJA: French Emb N'djamena TCD 0850 ARQ6-90 200/400 w/5LGs (ML2)
NDJA: N'djamena Chad 1116 ARQS-90 200/555 French embassy sending 5LG
tfc to "SV DIPLO"(?) presumably in Paris. (PT) NDJX: A Fra N'Djamena
0930 ARQ6-90 200/400 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
7RW90: Algerian Consulate, Jeddah 1339 COQUELET-8 26.7bd ATU-80 MSGs
to MFA Algiers. Algerian Embassy, Riyahd 1342 Coquelet-8 26.7bd,
MSGs in FF to MFA Algiers(MC) A Alg. Islamabad 0854 COQ-8 26.7/ 30
FF Msg. (RR2)
German Navy 1530 VFT 3ch FEC-A 96/100 til 1545 and qrt (ANEE)
MFA Bucharest 1113 ROU-FEC 164/400 Msg Rum. (RR2)
BMF: Taipeh Meteo, Taiwan 1010 FAX 120/576 FWPN RCTP Wave Prog. 24
hrs. (MS4)
Bangladeshi Emb Riyadh ARS FEC-A 144/850 w/msg to Dhaka (ML2)
PCW1: Dutch MFA,Den Haag 0840 ARQ phasing bursts & CW ident"pcw1"(MC)
SOT265: Pap Varsavia 1358 FEC 100/170 Press Pol. (RR2)
SAM: MFA Stoccolma 1146 SWE-ARQ 100/400 Msg Sve. (RR2)
DFS70: Piab Bonn 0917 FEC-A 96/400 Press Ted. (RR2)
Unid 0816 COQ-8 26.7/ 30 Cripto. (RR2)
8UF: INTERPOL New Delhi 0730 ARQ w/plain language msg JPA Tokyo(ML2)
MFA Bucharest 1114 ROU-FEC 164/400 Msg Rum. (RR2)
Russian Navy 1110 36-50 50/200 tfc (MC)
Brotherhood 0818 RTTY 75/500 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
MFA Algiers 0715 COQUELET-8 26.67/? wkg/embassy Dar Es Salaam w/line
tests til 0730 (ANEE) A Alg Harare 0830 COQ-8 13.3/ 30 FF Msg. (RR2)
Unid 1220 COQ-8 26.7/30 Cripto 5. (RR2)
Algerian Embassy, Ndjamena 0901 COQUELET-8 26.7bd MSGs in FF headed
"voici officiel ndjamena" (MC) Algerian Embassy, Nairobi 0859
COQUELET-8 13.3bd MSGs in FF headed "vci off nairobi" (MC)
P6Z: MFA Paris 1230 ARQ6-90 200/400 w/5LGs to CNRY Conakry (ML2)
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TADxx: Turkish Embassy, Lagos 0835 FEC-A 144/850 MSG List to
"disisleri trafik kontrol" (MC)
RFLI: FF, Fort de France 1945 ARQ-E3 96/342 (presumed from prior
logs) idling. (RB) RFHJ: FF Papeete, Tahiti 0300 ARQ-E3 96 bd
"controle de voie". (TK)
A Alg Moscow 1200 COQ-8 26.7/ 30 FF Msg. (RR2) Algerian Diplo, ?
1024 COQUELET-8v2 26.7bd tfc (MC)
LZV2: Bulgarian Embassy, ? 0949 ASCII-ARQ 300/500 crypto to DOR on
QSX 20362.3kHz (MC)
RFLI: FF Martinica 1311 ARQ-E3 192/400 Idle. (RR2) Unid: 1815 ARQ-E3
192/351 5ngs 9550 9550 9550 9550 etc also bzxxbob bzxxbob bzxxbob
also a large amount of cyptro??appox 45 min worth. (RT2)
A Pol. Pretoria 1331 POL-ARQ 100/200 Msg Oper.. (RR2)
A Alg Lagos 0854 COQ-8 13.3/30 FF Msg. (RR2) ALGERIAN EMB DAKAR
1442 COQ-8 26 19141.624 tfc in FF.Local QRN (DW)
Unid: 1013 ARQ Mixed letters/figs off-line crypto (MC)
4UZ: Uno Ginevra 1327 PACTOR 200/200 FF Msg. (RR2)
4UZ: Uno Ginevra 1443 PACTOR 200/200 Msg Ing. (RR2)
Brotherhood 0815 RTTY 75/500 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
USN ROOSEVELT RDS 1522 FAX 120/576 Sfc analysis(?) for N
Atlantic(DW).
VVD69: Delhi Meteo 0958 RTTY 50/170 Wx. (RR2)
DoSC Moskva, RUS, 1005 RTTY 75/500 5LGs to CAZ on link 50022.(ANG)
Brotherhood 1020 RTTY 75/500 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
Brotherhood 1033 RTTY 75/500 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
SUNA nx, Khartoum 1030 RTTY 50/200 NX in EE (MC)
MFA Bucharest 0926 ROU-FEC 218/400 Cripto. (RR2)
FJY2: TAAF Port-aux-Francais KER 0950 ARQ-E3 96/425 w/le score et
bonne soiree to P6Z Paris (ML2) Unid: 1033 ARQ-E3 96/400 idle on
betas (MC)
KUK7468: 1104 VFT: 3ch of 96/85 FEC-100, 5LGs (MC)
A Egi. Libia 0923 ARQ 100/170 Msg Ara. (RR2)
OZU25: MFA Copenhagen, DEN 1114 TWINPLEX 200/400 YBYBBBYY encrypted
text (EW)
Unid 1310 ARQ 100/650 Cripto 5LG's. (RR2)
UGC: St Petersburg Radio, RUS 1058 FEC tfc list "de ugc nnnn" in
SBRS mode (MC)
6VU79: Dakar Meteo, SEN 2000 RTTY 50/400 w/AAXX meteo reports.(RB)
6VU79: Dakar Meteo SEN 1848 50/400 PPAA meteo from DRRN (RM)
MFA Jakarta INS 0820 ARQ w/5LGs (ML2)
V5G: MFA Bucharest, ROU 1127 ROU-FEC 164.6/425 circulars in Romanian
lang. (EW)
MTO: RN Rosyth 1334 RTTY 75/800 Com Canali. (RR2)
MFA Cairo 1230 ARQ wkg/unid Embassy (Asia?) til 1330 (ANEE)
Unid 1305 TRA-2300 200 bd Undecoded. (RR2)
Unid: 1117 36-50 50/200 short tfc (MC)
Msf Kikwit 1354 PACTOR 200/200 Ile. (RR2)
SOV228: Pap Varsavia 1353 FEC Qra. (RR2)
A Egi Kinshasa 0904 ARQ Msg Ara. A Egi Kinshasa 0922 ARQ Msg
Ara. (RR2)
DOR: Bulgarian MFA, Sofia 0951 RTTY 75/500 Calling LZV2 (MC)
A Ted Beirut? 1240 RS-ARQ 228.5/170 Msg. (RR2)
Jana 1605 RTTY 50/400 Qra. (RR2)
Salcost 1610 ARQ 100/170 Msg Ita. (RR2)
4UZ: Uno Ginevra 0805 PACTOR 200/170 Msg oper.. (RR2)
RFQP: FF Jibuti 0907 ARQ-M2 200/400 Idle. (RR2)
SOV293: Pap Varsavia 1352 FEC Qra. (RR2)
MFA Islamabad PAK 0930 FEC w/5LGs to Bangkok (ML2)
KPH: San Francisco R, Ca 2016 ARQ w/ARQ free signal, CW ID. (RB)
HPP: Panama Intelmar Radio, PAN 2008 ARQ sending selcalls, EXQB
(63121) & OTCC (44066). (RB)
LPD: General Pachecho Radio, ARG 2006 ARQ w/ARQ free signal, CW
ID.(RB)
LSD836: Buenos Aires Radio, ARG 2011 ARQ sending selcall OUKS
(44239). (RB)
MFA Bonn 1045 RS-ARQ 228.7 wkg/Washington? til 1115 (ANEE)
HZN50: Jeddah Meteo 0924 RTTY 100/540 Wx. (RR2)
Unid: 2028 UNK Hoka gave baud as 15.4, 77.89 & 62.45/214 (RB)
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=MARITIME=
WLO: Mobile LA, w/tfc list in fast CW 0410. (WP2)
SVA: Athens R. 2158 CW "DE SVA TFC LIST AS", at 2203. (CK)
EAS: CABO PENAS RADIO 1806 CW tfc list on hand 14/1600z (DW).
Either KFS or WNU 0526 CW tfc list. Ends 0533 w/de globe wireless
kfs/wnu obs/amv? nw qsx 500/HF
478
WNU: Slidell LA, w/marine wx in fast CW 0412. (WP2)
500
EAS: CABO PENAS RADIO 1805 CW CQ de EAD for list qsw 449 (DW) VIM:
Melbourne Radio, AUS 0618 CW de vim vim 500/8706/12979.5 khz. (EW)
511.5 EAF: FINISTERRE RADIO 2050 CW Navigation warning (DW)
1677
OFH: Mariehamn Radio (Helsinki Radio) 1955 USB tfc list. (IT)
2182
9HD: Malta Radio 1719 USB w mayday abt ship on fire pos 71.00n
026.27e a few min later the msg was cancelled. (BvR)
DAN: Norddeich radio 0535 USB ann. OXZ: Lyngby radio 0536 USB ann
gale wrng. IDC: Cagliari Radio 0545 USB ann nav wrng. SDJ:
Stockholm Radio 0553 USB ann gale wrng. VCS: CCG Halifax 0604 USB
ann MIB on 2749. VCP: CCG St. Lawrence 0514 USB ann. VCO: CCG
Sydney 0520 USB ann. VON: CCG St Johns 0521 USB ann. IAR: Rome
Radio 0542 USB ann. MMUK8: unid 0554 USB clg Humber qsy chnl Q.
VCS: CCG Halifax 0605 USB ann. OFH: Marihamm Radio 0612 USB no tfc
on hand. OST: Oostende radio 0621 USB ann 2761. GLD: Lands End
radio 0640 USB ann nav wrng and tfc lst. OXZ: Lyngby Radio 0709 USB
ann tfc 1758. DAN: Norddeich Radio 1327 USB wkg unid mv. La Coruna
R 1936 USB ann tfc lst 1698. CUL: Lisbon Radio 0609 USB ann tfc
lst. (BvR) IDC: Cagliari R. 2145 USB ann nav warnings on VHF ch.
only. IBIE: F/B Aurelia 2220 USB clg "Porto Torres Radio". EAO:
Palrma R., ESP, 1934 USB ann. tfc list in 1755 and 1767 kHz. SYJC:
M/V Kythnos Island, 1943 USB clg Rodos R. (SVR) - no reply. ICFI:
2102 USB clg Mazara R. USCG Southwest Harbor 0201 USB tfc w/Unid
vsl. USCG Humboldt. USCG Humboldt Bay 0303 USB ann of MIB on 2670.
USCG Woods Hole 0405 USB w/ann of MIB on 2670. USCG Eastern Shore
0438 USB w/end of msg to unid cutter. Riviere-au-Renard Coast Guard
Radio 0505 USB ann re gale warning. Tofino Coast Guard Radio 0650
USB w/ann re MIB on 2054. Tarifa Radio, Spain 0733 USB w/ann re
MIB. Cabo Gata, Spain 0733 USB w/ann re MIB on 1767. Las Palmas,
Canary Islands 0750 USB w/ann re MIB on 1689. Sao Vicente Radio,
Cape Verde Islands 0800 USB EE/Port ann mentioning 2075. UNID 0802
USB w/EE ann to listen on 2675 kHz. Chipiona Radio, Spain 0803 USB
w/ann re MIB on 1656. Coruna Radio, Spain 0803 USB w/ann re MIB on
1698. Lisboa Radio, Portugal USB MIB ann on 1693 (tnx Day Watson &
Rick Baker for help in IDing this one). (DHM) Havana Radio: 0030
USB testing for tuning purposes. Lisbon Radio: 0008 general call in
EE/PP - switch to 2693 [CFL says 2694 but they said 2693 and went
to 2693] (DM2) VCG: Riviere-au-Renard Canadian CG Radio 0441 USB
w/securite wx broadcast. (JP) ZBM: Bermuda Harbor Radio, BER 0436
USB w/ann for MIB, listen 2582 kHz. N/A: Atlantic Aries 0437 USB
clg VOJ, Stephenville CG Radio for R/T tfc, QSY 2514 (VOJ), 2118
(vsl). VCBT: Cape Roger 0438 USB Canadian Fisheries & Ocean patrol
vsl, clg unid vsl. VOK: Canadian CG, Labrador, CAN 0715 USB w/
storm warning ann. (RB)
2207
ZLM: Taupo Maritime Radio 0458 USB Marine wx. (AB3)
2433.5 Unid German Ships: 2055 USB sx m GG ship-ship chats. One of the
legal German ship-ship J3E/R3E wkg freq. in the following areas:
North Sea, Atlantic and British Channel. (GER)
2514
WLC: Rogers City, Mi, USA 0403 USB WX (DM2)
2586
Arrecife Radio, Canary Islands 0655 Tfc w/ C6CN4. Tried phone patch
but number disconnected. (DHM)
2632
IQH: Napoli R.,1854 USB nav warnings.
2642
ICB: Genoa R., 2118 USB nav warnings, ann. on 2182 kHz.
2643.5 SPS: Witowo Radio, POL 0322 CW only CW mkr: DE SPS/TOR K . SPS:
Witowo Radio, POL 0322 only CW mkr: DE SPS/TOR K (ANDL) SPS:
Wittowo R. 2120 CW "SPS/TOR" marker. (CK)
2645
TBO3: TNy Izmir, TUR: 1944 CW v-mkr (GER)
2670
USCG Long Beach 0507 USB MIB. USCG North Bend, OR 0605 USB w/MIB.
USCG Port Angeles, WA 0616 USB w/MIB. (DHM) NOE: USCG North Bend,
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Oregon 0610 USB w/MIB. NMR: USCG San Juan 0307 USB w/MIB. (DW2)
NMB: USCG Group Charleston, SC, US 0421 USB w/ MIB. (RB)
IZN: Porto Torres R 2140 USB wx.
Cap-Aux-Muelles Coast Guard Radio 0633 USB w/EE/FF MIB.
QSLed this one many years ago when it was known as Grindstone
Radio. (DHM) VCS: CCG Halifax, Nova Scotia 0604 USB w/MIB.
VCO: CCG Sydney 0520 USB w/MIB in EE. Switched to FF at 0524.
VCN: CCG Cap-Aux-Meules, 0634 USB w/MIB. VAU: CCG Yarmouth, Nova
Scotia 0541 USB w/MIB. VCO: CCG Sydney, Nova Scotia 0521 USB w/MIB.
VCS: CCG Halifax 0607 USB w/wx. (DW2)
SVK: Kerkyra R., GRC, 2133 USB gale warning, ann on 2182 kHz.
GND: Stonehaven Radio, G: 1925 USB EE dx pp, ID (GER)
UWS: Kiev Radio, UKR: 2012z CW msg, ID by msg-header: KIEW 121 25
31/12 0930=...., 2030 cq-mkr, 2035 tfc-list, 2030 tfc (ANDL)
UWS?: Kiev Radio, UKR: 1936 CW RR/Ukrainian msg to UTMQ, UYAE,
UVHL, UREV, etc., ID by header: KIEW 877 55 23 1620=, 23 is the
date, then cfm-tfc: UYAE OKASDE, UVHLOKASDE, UVHL OKOKOKAS, etc.,
dx/QSX ? (GER)
WOM 0215 USB ch 403 dx 2 om chat. WOM 0300 USB ch 403 dx Miami,Fla
ships trfc direct dial chns.(RT2)
ELKI6: M/S Fantasy 0450 USB wkg concluding R/T tfc w/AT&T Coast sta
Florida, WOM, adv will be in port at Nassau all day, so unable to
take High Sea's R/T tfc. Vsl is Carnival Cruise Lines 70,367 GWT,
cruise ship (RB)
WE3592: Str Philip R. Clarke 1633 USB wkg WLC during call-up for
ships of United States Steel Great Lakes fleet. WE4805: Str Arthur
M. Anderson 1639 USB wkg WLC during call-up for ships of United
States Steel Great Lakes fleet. (RB)
ZLM: Taupo Maritime Radio 0603 USB wkg ZMA3014/Waianiwa
Italian Sailors net/"Marconistas" 2142 USB sx II, QSY fm 4143 kHz,
ment.: Marconista, Genova, cambio, but no chat-pirat-styl, stns id
by OP name (Piero/Alberto/etc.), ment.: Cagliari/Rome/etc. Radio,
UNID maritime net, any Infos ? (ANDL)
WFA713: Dann Marine Towing 2110 USB wkg various Coastal Maritime
tugs/vsls all w/status & posn including Firts Coast, WCI9075?;
WAU6479 ?-Coast; Sea Coast (unk c/s); Emerald Coast, WAQ7177; Gulf
Coast, WAU6491; Barbary Coast, WC (RB)
WBN3013: Tug Sentry 0614 USB wkg WBE Jacksonville w/ship's status
report. WBN3022: Tug Centurion 0609 USB wkg WBE Jacksonville w/
ship's status report. WYP4482: Tug Crusader 0619 USB wkg WBE
Jacksonville w/ship's status report. WBN3011: Tug Pilot 0615 USB
wkg WBE Jacksonville w/0300 DPR posn report and wx. Also WBN6510:
Tug Sentinel, WBO3337: Tug Invader and WBN5040: Tug Pioneer w/DPR &
wx reports. (DW2) F/V PIONEER 0627 USB clg Jacksonville w/rpts.
Loud and clear w/Jacksonville. His 0327 posn was 2740N 09504W. Nice
skip to Oregon. (This was probably the TUG PIONEER wkg WPE:
Jacksonville - LOGS)
ENZH: TKH SOSNOVKA 1751 CW admin to USO5. (HOOD)
vsl UAWH 2132 CW clg RKLM (ANDL) (Kapitan Bubnov -LOGS)
vsl LZII: 1800 CW clg LZW. vsl UJSL: 1803 clg LZL (GER)
vsl TCKT 2135 CW clg TAH (ANDL) (M/V Mentease -LOGS)
ULDF: TKH ICHIM 1755 CW admin to UHP5. (HOOD)
EOMB: TKH GURZUF 2008 CW msg (in EE) to Orient Shipping, Moscow
(unknown vsl type, but carrying cast steel slabs for discharge
Smederevo). (HOOD)
UICL: TKH SALMI 0801 CW msg (in EE) to REKA SHIPPING, Hamburg via
OXZ (a sea-river cargo vsl of TRANSONEGA Co.) (HOOD)
UAPV: TKH VOLGO-BALT 131 0753 CW to UCW4. (HOOD)
SVD: Athens Radio, Greece 0405 w/CW ID. (WP2)
TCR: TUR 2056 CW cq-mkr: CQ DE TCR TFC LIST AS (GER)
XFM: Possibly Manzanillo, Mexico 0406 w/CW ID w/"fist". (WP2)
SXA3, GNy Piraeus, GRC: 2158 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
SXA: Possibly Piraeus Radio, Greece 0411 CW CQ marker.(WP2)
VIM: Melbourne Radio, AUS 1016 CW (EW)
VAI: Vancouver, BC 0413 CW CQ marker. (WP2)
SVB2: Athens Radio, GRC 1904 CW de-mkr: DE SVB2/3/4/5 QSX 6CH5
(ANDL)
LGW: Rogaland Radio, NOR 2201 CW cq/tfc for-mkr, ann QSX 4185,
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8368.5, 12552.5, 16736.5, LGQ/LGT 500 kHz. 4XZ, INy Haifa, ISR:
2114 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
4XZ: Haifa Radio, Israel 0414 CW VVV marker. (WP2)
UFN: Novorossiysk Radio, RUS 1906 CW de-mkr: DE UFN 12, nxt mkr: DE
UFN 16, etc. (ANDL) UWS3: KIEV RADIO 1531 CW ID, tfc list, exchange
rate info and freqs as 4245/6465/8570.5 (all three cked and hrd).
(HOOD)
PCH20: Scheveningen Radio, NLD 1943 CW de-mkr: DE PCH20 4 K (ANDL)
PPJ: Juncao Radio, Brazil 0418 CW QSX marker. (WP2)
TAH: Istanbul Radio, TUR 1905 CW tfc list (ANDL) TAH: Istanbul
Radio, TUR: 2100 CW tfx list (GER)
HZG: Dammam Radio, ARS 2205 CW de-mkr (ANDL) HZG: Dammam Radio,
ARS: 2100 CW de-mkr (GER)
SUZ3: Serapeum Radio, EGY 1930 CW nav/warn Bull.: ...= pls comments
on 500 kHz ... de SUZ+ (ANDL)
TBA2, TNy Ankara, TUR: 1945 CW v-mkr: TBDJ VVV T13A TBA 2/4, 2111
vy vy QRQ CW tfc/msg (ANDL) TBA2: TNy Ankara, TUR: 2107 CW v-mkr:
VVV DE TBA2/3/4 T13A (GER)
PPL: Belem Radio, B 0048 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
PPL: Belem Radio, Brazil 0420 CW QSX marker. (WP2)
OFJ4: Helsinki Radio, FNL 1948 CW QSX-mkr (ANDL) OFJ4: HELSINKI
RADIO 0829 CW Wx forecast in EE followed by nav warnings (DW)
SPH22: Gdynia Radio, POL 1949 CW de-mkr: DE SPA . .(ANDL)
GKB2: Portishead Radio, G 2240 CW de-mkr: DE GKB QSX 2 3 (ANDL)
XSV: Tianjin Radio, CHN 1952 CW cq-mkr (ANDL)
IAR: Rome Radio, I 2005 CW wx-bull., 2010 ... REQUESTING BLIND FC
LSN 521,5 4292 KHZ ..., tfc list (ANDL)
PPO, Olinda Radio, B 2210 CW v-mkr (ANDL) PPO: Olinda Radio, Brazil
0425 CW QSX marker. (WP2)
OXZ2: 2223 cw tfc list.(ANI) OXZ2, Lyngby Radio, DNK 2240 CW
ii-cq/tfc list-mkr: ... PSE ANS 4185.4/8369.6/12553.1 (ANDL)
OXZ2/OXZ4: Lyngby Radio, Denmark 0427 CW marker. (WP2)
SPB: Szczecin R. 2214 FEC tfc.(ANI) SPB21, Szczecin Radio, POL 2255
CW de-mkr: DE SPB ......(ANDL)
WNU, Slidell Radio, LA, USA 2354 CW cq-mkr (ANDL)
LZW2, Varna Radio, BUL 2258 CW de-mkr: DE LZW LZW TFC LIST (ANDL)
ZSC33, Cape Town Radio, AFS 2300 CW cq-mkr (ANDL) ZSC: Cape Town R.
0337 Cw w/ch mkr. (DW2)
IAR, Rome Radio, I 2353 CW v-mkr (ANDL) IAR: Rome Radio, Italy 0429
CW VW marker. (WP2)
SVD2: Athens Radio, GRC 2155 CW de-mkr: DE SVD2 (ANDL)
R - Beacon, RNy Ustinov, RUS: 2300 CW cont R (ANDL)
JOS, Nagasaki Radio, J 2302 CW cq-mkr (ANDL) FFL2: ST LYS RADIO
0027 CW Marker "cq de FFL2/3/4/6 qsx 4 8 mhz". Svc in FF and EE re
cessation of HF WT service frm 2300z 16 Dec, RT limited 0700-2300z,
tlx H24 but no opr assist 2300-0700z (DW).
XSQ, Guangzhou Radio, CHN 2326 CW cq-mkr (ANDL)
SVA2, Athens Radio, GRC 2325 CW de-mkr: DE SVA2 (ANDL)
9AR, Rijeka Radio, HRV 2058/2321 CW v-mkr: VVV DE 9AR 2/3 CH 3/4/7
K (ANDL)
Unid: USB ch#402 QSO Personal problems. (RT2)
WOM: AT&T High Seas Radio, Ft. Lauderdale 0418 USB wkg Unid: mv.
(DW2) WOM: USB CH#403 R.Miami,Fla voice wx sounded like a
rebroadcast of USCG wx. Unid: 0010 USB ch403 personal msgs to
passengers of the ship Monarch of the sea (RT2)
WLC: Rogers City Rdo, MI, 1630 USB w/fleet call-up for ships of
United States Steel Great Lakes fleet. (RB)
KMI: AT&T High Seas Radio, Dixon 0502 USB w/msg re:placing of AT&T
High Seas phone calls. (DW2)
ZMH35: Tauranga Coastguard Radio 0435 USB Wx bulletin & coastal Nav
wrngs. ZMH229: Kawhia Seacrest radio 0440 USB relay tfc from
ZMZ2926 /Blackjack to Tauranga CG. ZMH222: Great Barrier Island
radio 0442 USB wkg Russell radio - re location of vsls. (AB3) Unid:
USB ch#422 tugs/barges sea conditions qso. (RT2)
9AR, Rijeka Radio, HRV 2058 CW v-mkr: VVV DE 9AR 2/3/7 CH 3/4/7 K,
spurious fm 4346 kHz (//) (ANDL)
SPW: Warsaw R., POL, 0605 CW DE-marker. SPW, Warsaw Radio, POL 2230
CW de-mkr: DE SPW QSX 6305,5 KHZ AZIM07 (ANDL) SPW: Warsaw Radio,
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POL: 0050 CW de-mkr: DE SPW QSX 6311,0KHZ AZIM05, nxt mkr: AZIM06,
nxt -07, etc. (GER)
4932
SPW, Warsaw Radio, POL 2023 USB dx f PP tfc/pp, id, wkg UNID (ANDL)
6224
ZLM: Taupo radio 0815 USB giving wx to the area (AW)
6285
UALH: TKH BALTIYSKIY 38 1004 CW admin to Kaliningrad (via UBB4 ??).
UALC: TKH SORMOVSKIY 18 doing same. Both are sea-river cargo vsls
of Western Shipping Co, Kaliningrad. UALH is ex EKSC, UALC is ex
EURE. (HOOD)
6295.5 UTNN: TK VOLGONEFT 169 0829 CW msg (in EE) to Novitank, Stockholm.
(vsl a sea-river tanker en-route Tallinn to Dunkerque). (HOOD)
6344
SVB3, Athens Radio, GRC 1726 CW de-mkr: DE SVB3/4/5/6 QSX 12CH4
(ANDL)
6357
SAA, Karlskrona Radio, S 1720 CW cq-mkr:CQ DE SAA ERE TFC FOR NIL =
QSX H24 H00/4195/6292,5/12425 kHZ = QSW H24 500/6357 kHZ = FOR QRJ
CALL 4/6 MHZ == NNNN (ANDL)
6379
4XZ, INy Haifa, ISR: 1719 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
6380
UCW4: ST PETERSBURG RADIO 1624 CW admin to UTWI: TKH AMUR 2520 for
Km Markov. Same 1529 CW svc msgs to UANS: TKH VOLGA 4005 & UANK:
TKH VOLGA 4008 (UANS is ex UNQI, UANK ex UKIP). (HOOD)
6383
URL, Sevastopol Radio, UKR 1717 CW de-mkr: DE URL URL8354.5/12458.5
(ANDL)
6424.8 UGC: 0035 cw id seq UGC.(ANI)
6501
NMN: USCG Camslant 0545 USB w/MIB re: switching NMF: USCG Boston to
remote operation from CAMSLANT. NMF will continue to monitor all
calls in case of trouble with remote operations. Looks like the
move is finally underway. NMO: USCG Honolulu 0601 USB w/MIB. (DW2)
NMF: USB ch#601 USCG Boston Mass wx. (RT2) NMN: 2229 USB wx
reports and forecasts done by voice and at the end said this is
Master sta Atlantic (DW3)
6507
VIB: Brisbane radio 0850 USB giving wx to the area (AW)
6516
Unid: 1324 USB ALE xmsn interfering w/maritime comms. Stas. I was
listening (lobster boats) had to QSX 12353 k (RM) Houmea,La Base:
USB ch#606 tugs Red River. (RT2)
7861
SPW: Warsaw R. 0906 CW DE-marker
8160.2 boaters 1612 USB chatting in EE & another lang. (RM)
8176
VIT: Townsville radio 0648 USB wkh yacht "Bahama" (AW) Guam Radio
0805 USB w/MIB. Signed down with Guam Radio out. VIS: Sydney Radio
0940 USB w/MIB for Tasman Sea and Bass Strait. (DW2)
8186
Unid: Japanese.0650 USB JGX Antarctica listed here,but it would be
too much to expect. p/p in JJ. (AW)
8195
russian femop 2000 USB awfully excited op for a phone patch til
2015 (ANEE)
8198
Unid: 1945 USB unid language, poss RR-weak til 2015 (ANEE) Ship c/s
3ESE9 2335 USB posn rpt to WOM (RM)
8200
Japanese? 2015 USB chatter til 2030 (ANEE)
8234
9HLJ4: M/T Gelovani 0702 USB wkg WOM (on 8758) w/conclusion of R/T
tfc. (RB)
8240
Portishead radio 0851 USB wkg unid yacht in Global Challenge Race.
reported,200 miles off the coast of NZ (AW) MPYQ3: Nuclear Electric
0817 USB sailing yacht in Global Challenge Round-the-World race,
calling Portishead Radio. At8.Xmas collect phone-calls, giving posn
as 10 miles from New Zealand. Frequency change to 8249 kHz. MWSG2:
Heath Insured II 0814 USB sailing yacht participating in the Global
Challenge Round-the-World yacht race, calling Portishead Radio.
Ship's posn at7. was .47.24S 1530.32W, on 14th (last) posn in the
race. MPNV4: 3Com 0806 USB sailing yacht in Global Challenge
Round-the-World race, calling Portishead Radio. posn at 48.4S
161.47.36W, and race posn 11. Still 982 nautical miles from
Wellington, ETA 1st of January at 0251 hours. MPWB2: Save the
Children 0918 USB sailing yacht participating in the Global
Challenge Round-the-World race,calling Portishead Radio, posn at
0750 UTC 42.45.20S 176.20.04E, 2nd in race. (MS) SPRY: M/V Wodnica
0640 USB clg/wkg Portishead Radio (on 8764) for R/T tfc. SVBT: M/V
Doric Trident 2202 USB 35,368 DWT Greek-flagged bulk carrier, clg
Portishead Radio for R/T tfc. (RB)
8241
Unid: Asian phone net.0850 USB Severe interference to Ch 816 (AW)
8243
Ship c/s IAEO 1306 USB OM in heavily-accented EE clg what sounded
like "Cheetah May Radio"
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8442
8448
8450
8452
8453
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PPSN: M/V Global Africa 2150 USB clg Manaus R., Belem R., Rio R., &
Olinda R., Brazil. (MB2)
C6R5 0100 USB clg Belem Radio, Brazil. (MB2)
CSDM 0125 USB clg Gdynia Radio, Poland. (MB2)
Unid: 1415 USB ch826 qso a/c to Unid: base in ee (RT2)
UDQD: TKH DON 3 1402 USB pp to OHG (vsl is ex ST-1336, UVDH). (HOOD)
WENE: Unid MV 0522 USB wkg WHU959: Maricom Communications, Foley, Al
re: Naval time sta in Panama & radios in use. WENE is using a
military surplus UIC-92 HF set. WYP4482: Tug Crusader 0113 USB wkg
WBE w/tfc ck. No tfc. At 0114, WBN5581: Tug Monitor w/tfc ck. No
tfc. At 0114, WBN5579: Tug Ranger w/tfc ck. No tfc. At 0117,
WBN5982: Tug Gladiator w/tfc ck.No tfc. WCW4123: FV Susan W. 0153 USB
wkg WCW2148. WCW4123 was located in the Gulf of California. WCW2148
is leaving on the evening of the 13th for Belize. (DW2)
WBN3742: Tug Gulf Ruler 0456 USB wkg WBE. ADNF: USAV Perryville
LCU-2034 0526 USB wkg AAC2: US Army Transportation Corps Ft Eustis.
AAC2 did not receive ADNF's last posn report. ADNF said that he
would resend. (DW2) AADV: USAV Bristoe sta (LCU-2006) 0125 USB wkg
AAC2. (JP)
Unid: shipyard, USA (id's as "shipyard") 2239 USB wkg vsl Tava(RM)
USVV: mv Khinegane N853, INT 1538 CW w/Kiev Radio (AB)
UIVI: TKH KIRZHACH 1825 CW msg (in EE) with eta for Antwerp via
unknown sta. (HOOD)
UWCC: TKH SERGEY LAZO 0810 CW relaying tfc from Odessa to UTWF:
SOSNOGORSK. (HOOD)
URUH: TKH VOLGA 4002 1329 CW crew TGs to UBO3 (ITU now UDCA).
(HOOD)
UDXS: TKH NEFTERUDOVOZ 34 0739 CW msg (in EE) to Lugano via IAR.
(HOOD)
UREY: TKH ANATOLIY ZHELEZNYAKOV 1805 CW admin to UWS3. This is a
sea-river cargo vsl of Ukrainian River Charter fleet.(HOOD)
9HMW3: 0851 USB clg "Bar Radio" - no reply.
5BYL: M/V MARIA DIAMANTO 0325 CW Clg XFM, Manzanillo R. No Joy.(WT)
P3RJ6: clg VIP (Perth) 1038 CW. (WP2)
UEYP: 0330 CW clg UAT (Moscow) for 4 minutes. (WP2) (TKH Tonya
Bondarchuk -LOGS)
UAOR: TKH LADOGA 16 0729 CW admin (to "Radio SPB INTERKARRIERS")
from Km Chishikov via UCW4. (HOOD)
4JGH: TK ARAZ 1815 CW admin from Km Mahmedov to UON. (vsl is ex
IVAN FIOLETEV, UYFF and is a tanker of Caspian Sea Shipping Co.).
(HOOD)
AQOP: mv MULTAN 1615 CW msg for Tripoli. (HOOD)
LZDP: MV ZLATOGRAD 0740 CW rpt of delayed eta for Algiers. (A
Bulgarian gen cargo vsl). (HOOD)
KPH: San Francisco Radio, USA 1112 CW sta marker (EW)
A9M: Bahrain Radio 1700 cw id seq A9M.(ANI)
NMN: Portsmouth USCG, USA 1109 CW sta marker (EW)
EAQ: Aranjuez, Spain 0340 ARQ CW ID. (WP2)
4XZ: Israel Navy Haifa. ISR 2154 CW VVV DE. (AB5) 4XZ: Haifa Radio,
Israel 0343 CW ID marker. (WP2)
UAT: 1704 cw id seq UAT.(ANI)
TCR: Tophane Kulesi R., TUR 0926 CW w/ new year greetings TG to
TCQT (Yusuf Zya Onis).
A9M: Bahrain Radio, BHR 2158 CW CQ DE QSX. (AB5) A9M: Hamala Radio,
Bahrain 0345 CW QSX marker. (WP2)
SUZ: Serapeum Radio, EGY 1442 CW CQ marker, navig warning. (HS4)
VIT: Townsville R. Australia 0744 CW Mkr w/ "QSX 500/8369 KHZ".(WT)
VAI: CCG, Vancouver, BC, CAN 1329 CW CQ/QSX marker (RM)
PPJ: Juncao Radio, Brazil 0428 CW QSX marker. (WP2)
9VG: Singapore Radio 1122 CW w/CQ mkr. (DW2)
HZG: Damman Radio, Saudi Arabia 0432 CW qsx marker. (WP2)
AQP6: Karachi Navy, PAK 2213 CW VVV QSX. (AB5)
TBA: Turkish navy Ankara, TUR 1712 CW T13A bcst (AB)
XSQ: Guangzhou Radio 1149 CW w/ch mkr. (DW2)
5AT: Tripoli Radio, LBY 2214 CW VVV CQ. (AB5)
PPO: Olinda Radio, B 2215 CW VVV DE. (AB5)
VIP: Perth Radio, Australia 1052 CW Ca marker. (WP2)
CBV: Valparaiso Radio, CHL 2216 CW VVV DE QSX. (AB5)
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8522.5 FFL4: ST LYS RADIO 2028 CW Marker "cq de FFL3/FFL4/FFL6 qsx 6 8 12
mhz channel 3 and 4 k".Then stopped for tfc list preceded by svc
for wt service closure 16/Dec 2300z then offair suddenly 2038z. 2210
CW Alternating two svc msgs, one FF, one EE. EE one says wt service
closed 16 december 00h. Still running 16/2324z (DW)
8525
WNU33: Slidell Radio, USA 2224 CW CQ DE QSX. (AB5)
8530
UJE: Moscow Radio, RUS 1710 CW w/unid vsl (AB)
8534
WLO: Mobile Radio, USA 2228 CW DE QSX. (AB5)
8542
PKX: Jakarta Radio 1120 CW w/CQ mkr. (DW2)
8551
CTP: Lisbon Radio, Portugal 1054 CW ID marker. (WP2) (NATO naval
facility at Portuguese Navy Base Lisbon -LOGS)
8557
SPE41: Szczecin Radio, Poland 1057 CW QSX marker: QSX 8367.7/
12551.7/16735.7 Khz. (WP2)
8558.4 KFS 1510 CW San Fran,Calif QSX 4/6/8/12/22 MHZ CQ De KFS.(RT2)
8559.5 GKB: Portishead Radio 0920 CW w/ch mkr. (DW2) GKB: Portishead
Radio, UK 1058 CW marker. (WP2)
8570
WNU33: Slidell Radio, USA 2234 CW CQ DE QSX. (AB5) UBO3:
PETROZAVODSK RADIO 1616 CW crew TG to UNRP: TKH CHALNA. (HOOD)
8570.5 UWS3: KIEV RADIO 0740 CW tfc to UUNF: TKH TAVRIYA 3 for Km Raskatov
(vsl is ex UMZF). Same 1829 admin to USYT: TKH DNEPR 2 for Km
Artemev. (HOOD)
8571
UFN: Novorossiysk Radio, RUS 1708 CW Tfc list (AB)
8574
LGW: Rogaland Radio, Norway 1103 CW QSX marker: QSX 4185/ 8368.5
/12552.5. (WP2)
8577.7 SUH: 1520 cw id seq SUH(ANI)
8584
VRX: Victoria Harbor 1200 CW w/CQ mkr. (DW2)
8586
WCC: Chatham Radio, USA 0950 CW sta marker (EW)
8589
HPP: Panama Radio, PNR 2237 CW VVV CQ DE. (AB5)
8604.3 ZRH4: Cape Town Naval, RSA 1459 CW marker. (RB)
8611.5 TAH: Istanbul Radio, TUR 1705 CW Tfc list (AB)
8630
WCC: Chatham Radio, USA 2239 CW DE QSX. (AB5)
8632
XSW: Kaohsiung Radio, Taiwan 1058 CW sta marker (EW) XSW:
KaohSiung, Taiwan 1305 CW cq de xsw. (MS4)
8634
PPR: Rio Radio, B 2240 CW VVV DE QSX. (AB5)
8635
UTQ: Kiev Radio, UKR 1702 CW CQ tape (AB)
8665
XSG: Shanghai Radio 1835 CW tfc lst.(BvR) XSG: SHANGHAI RADIO 1421
CW wkg ships in Chinese. Tfc list (29/30WPM) 1430-38Z (DW)
8685
IRM: Rome R., I, 1000 CW medical svc/AMVER.
8687
SVA: Athens R., GRC, 0958 CW "DE SVA WX AS", wx at 1003.
8688.5 ZSC: Cape Town Radio, S. Africa 0040 CW CQ marker. (WP2)
8698
7TF6: Boufarik Radio, ALG 2244 CW CQ DE QSX. (AB5) FJP8: Noumea,
New Caledonia 0534 CW w/CQ call. (DW2)
8701
LYK: Klaipeda R., LTU 1400 CW CQ marker (RM)
8703
UCE: Arkhangelsk Radio, RUS 1130 RTTY 50bd nx + tfc(AB) UCE:
Arkhangelsk Radio 1125 RTTY 50/158 w/TGs for various Russian vsls.
All were "Happy New Year" TGs. (DW2)
8705.4 PKC: Palembang Radio 1145 CW w/CQ mkr. (DW2)
8706
JOS: Nagasaki Radio 1144 CW w/CQ mkr. (DW2) JOS: NAGASAKI R., JAPAN
0850 CW CW MARKER, "QSX 8 MHZ". (WT)
8707
Unid: vsl 1000 USB p/p to Malaysia (AW)
8722
VIS: Sydney radio 1005 USB clg "Chong Yong" Callsign 6NBA (AW)
VIS: Sydney Radio, AUS 0607 USB wkg S. Korean vsl 6LGQ, unid, for
R/T tfc. (RB)
8749
WOO: Ocean Gate radio 2000 USB tfc list.(BvR)
8764
EHY Madrid rdo 0916 USB w/WX for Mediterranean Sea (MB3)
8806
FFL41 St. Lys rdo 0919 USB wkg J8GK (posn near Angola) (MB3)
12308
UVIH: unknown vsl 0848 USB wkg OHG for pp. Anyone know this one ??
UFGX: TKH NEFTERUDOVOZ 17 0842 USB to OHG for pp. J8FS6: TKH CITY
OF TOBOLSK 0844 clg USB to OHG, no joy (OHG replied on 13155.0 "too
weak to hear you". (HOOD)
12442
ELNX4: MT TROMSO CONFIDENCE 0815 CW crew TGs (in RR) to UFN (as TK
TROMSO KONFIDENS). (HOOD)
12443.5 EOIA: AFANASIY MATYUSHENKO 0816 CW admin from Km Egorov to UWS3
(for "Radio Kiyev). is a sea-river cargo type of Ukrainian River
Charter flt. (HOOD)
12445
UJHJ: TKH VOLGO-BALT 215 0805 CW admin from Km Bekrenev to UBO3
(HOOD)
12447
UNKO: TKH VOLGO-BALT 186 0819 CW admin from Km Kaspenko to "Radio
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PTRZ" (Petrozavodsk) via UBO3. (HOOD)
ULFN: TKH NEFTERUDOVOZ 53 1409 CW admin from Km Tyulyakov to RFA
(vsl sends name as "NWR 53"). (HOOD)
EMHO: NEFTEGAZ 67 0830 CW crew TG to unknown sta. (HOOD)
TCKP: MV ZEYNEP KAPTANOGLU 1413 CW cking QSL of prev msg.(HOOD)
HPPG: M/V YP Apadi 2105 CW tlx #161874 (RM)
vsl USEZ 1213 CW clg USU (ANDL) (TKH Znamya Oktyabrya -LOGS)
vsl XVZU 1210 CW clg HSA (ANDL)
C6NW6: MATTZ SPICA 1418 CW passing AMVER msg to KPH.(HOOD)
WLO, Mobile Radio, AL, USA 1403 CW de-mkr (ANDL)
7TF8, Boufarik Radio, ALG 1235 CW cq-mkr: CQ DE 7TF8 QSX 12MHZ
12551/12551,5/12552/12553,5 KHZ TKS K = (ANDL)
YLQ, Riga Radio, LVA 1400 CW tfc, id (ANDL)
CLA33, Habana Radio, CUB 1240 CW mkr (ANDL)
SAA, Karlskrona Radio, S 1400 CW w/UNID QSA3, id (ANDL)
A4M, Muscat Radio, OMA 1242 CW de-mkr: DE A4M (ANDL)
OFJ32, Helsinki Radio, FNL 1358 CW mkr: OFJ QSX 12 MHZ K, next mkr:
OFJ QSX 16 MHZ K, etc. (ANDL)
UGC, Sankt Petersburg Radio, RUS 1356 CW de-mkr (ANDL)
KFS, San Francisco Radio, CA, USA 1622 CW cq-mkr (ANDL)
XSX: Chi Lung, Taiwan 1355 cw cq de xsx. (MS4)
XSQ: Guangzhou, China 1135 cw cq de xsq, tfc list. (MS4)
WLO, Mobile Radio, AL, USA 1350 CW de-mkr (ANDL)
A9M, Hamala Radio, BHR 1343 CW cq-mkr: CQ DE A9M QSX CH4/5/6 K
12724. ZSC43, Cape Town Radio, AFS: 1625 CW cq-mkr (ANDL) A9M:
Hamala, Bahrain 1140 cw cq de a9m, cw marker. (MS4)
9VG57: Singapore radio 1100 cw cq de 9vg57. (MS4)
LGJ, Rogaland Radio, NOR 1340 cq-mkr, ann QSX 4185 8368.5 12552.5
16736.5 LGQ/LGT 500 kHz(ANDL) XSW: Kaohsiung Radio, Taiwan 1042 CW
sta marker (EW)
J2A9, Djibouti Radio, DJI 1247 CW cq-mkr (ANDL)
UHY/UHS: MURMANSK RADIO 1100 CW tfc list and freqs as 452.5/
8690/12730 and listening on 468/8367/12551. (HOOD)
URL, Sevastopol Radio, UKR 1338 CW cq-mkr: CQ DE URL ANS 12458.5/
16658.5 QSO K (ANDL)
TAH, Istanbul Radio, TUR 1248 CW cq-mkr: CQ DE TAH 12 MHZ CH348
(ANDL)
PPR, Rio de Janeiro Radio, B 1627 CW v-mkr (ANDL) PPR: Rio de
Janiero, Argentina 0230 CW ID marker. (WP2)
IRM, CIRM Rome, I 1334 CW v-mkr: VVV IRM FREE RADIO MEDICAL SERVICE
AND AMVER ON 8/12/16/22 MHZ COMMON K (ANDL) RJFY/UCW4 ST PETERSBURG
RADIO (NW SHIPPING CO) 0900 CW ID & freqs as 4223/6380/8505/12765.
(HOOD)
XSX: Keelung Radio, Taiwan 1104 CW sta marker (EW)
UDK2, ........ Radio, RUS 1253 CW mkr: 4LS DE UDK2 QSX 12473 K
(ANDL) (Murmansk Radio -LOGS)
PCH51, Scheveningen Radio, NLD 1330 CW de-mkr: DE PCH51 12 K (ANDL)
TAH, Istanbul Radio, TUR 1255 CW cq-mkr: CQ DE TAH TFC LIST (ANDL)
XFM: Manzanillo R. MEX 1840 CW W/marker. (WT)
RKLM, Arkhangelsk Radio, RUS 1325 CW mkr: 4LY DE RKLM QSX 12551.5,
1326 wkg UAVU (ANDL)
GKB5, Portishead Radio, G 1629 CW de-mkr: DE GKB QSX 23 (ANDL)
KFS, San Francisco Radio, CA, USA 1630 CW cq-mkr (ANDL)
WCC, Chatham Radio, MA, USA 1316 CW v-mkr (ANDL) WCC: Chatham, MA
0233 CW QSX marker. (WP2)
XSG, Shanghai Radio, CHN 1320 CW cq-mkr (ANDL) XSG: SHANGHAI RADIO
1442 CW Marker "cq de XSG qru? bk". 120hz high (DW). XSG: Shanghai,
China 1235 cw cq de xsg. (MS4)
XSW: Kaohsiung Radio, Taiwan 1045 CW sta marker (EW)
WNU, Slidell Radio, LA; USA 1259 CW cq-mkr (ANDL)
VAI: CCG VANCOUVER 1604 CW. Marker "cq de VAI qsx 4 /6/8/12/16 mhz
" etc (DW)
WSC, Tuckerton Radio, NJ, USA 1632 CW cq-mkr (ANDL)
UFN, Novorossiysk Radio, RUS 1300 CW cq-mkr: CQ DE UFN QSW 4245/
8571/12891/17141/11501, 1302 tfc list (ANDL)
UAT, Moscow Radio, RUS 1303 CW cq-mkr, 1304 tfc list (ANDL)
WCC, Chatham Radio, MA, USA 1316 CW v-mkr (ANDL) WCC: Chatham
Radio, MA, USA: 1432 CW v-mkr: VVV DE WCC QSX 4 6 8 12 16 22 MHZ DE
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12930.7 JYO: Aqaba Radio, JOR: 1426 CW cq-mkrs: CQ DE JYO QSX 8/12 GCC 3 4
9 K and CQ DE JYO QSX 8/12 CC 439 PLS QRU? K (GER)
12940
LZW51, Varna Radio, BUL 1314 CW de-mkr: DE LZW51 LZW51, 1304 tfc
list (ANDL) LZW53: Varna Radio, BUL: 1424 CW de-mkr: DE LZW (GER)
12947
UUI, Odessa Radio, UKR 1306 CW msg, vy vy QRQ !! (ANDL)
12952.5 VIP, Perth Radio, AUS 1307 CW cq-mkr: CQ DE VIP K (ANDL)
12958.7 PPO: Olinda Radio, Brazil 0235 CW QSX marker. (WP2)
12966.5 A7D, Doha Radio, QAT 1313 CW de-mkr: DE A7D (ANDL) A7D: Doha, Qatar
1300 cw de a7d. (MS4)
12970
PKX: Jakarta, Indonesia 1305 CW-cq cq cq de pkx pkx pkx. (MS4)
12984
4XZ, INy Haifa, ISR: 1311 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
12990
UIS: RUS 1410 CW v-mkr fr tfc list, qtc fr UDXK 2 and UILA 1 (GER)
13011.5 AQP: Karachi, Pakistan 1335 cw v v v de aqp. (MS4)
13015.5 IAR, Rome Radio, I 1222 CW vvv-mkr (ANDL) IAR: Rome Radio, I: 1225
CW v-mkr: VVV DE IAR IAR IAR K 4 8 12 16 22 = DSN 22 MHZ AND REPLY
16 MHZ (GER)
13022
SPE63, Szczecin Radio, POL 1310 CW cq-mkr (ANDL)
13023
D3E, Luanda Radio, AGL 1200 CW cq-mkr (ANDL)
13024.9 WLO, Mobile Radio, AL, USA 1203 CW de-mkr (ANDL) WLO: Mobile Radio,
AL, USA: 1408 CW de-mkr: DE WLO OBS? AMVERS? QSX 4 6 8 12 16 22 MHZ
NW ANS C3/4 K (GER)
13029
SVB5, Athens Radio, GRC 1204 CW mkr: DE SVB4/5/6/7 QSX 16CH4 (ANDL)
SVB5: Athens Radio, GRC: 1220 CW de-mkr: DE SVB4/5/6/7 QSX 12 CH 5
(GER)
13033.5 WCC, Chatham Radio, MA, USA 1206 CW vvv-mkr: VVV DE WCC QSX 4 6 8
12 16 22 K (ANDL) WCC: Chatham Radio, MA, USA: 1218 CW v-mkr: VVV
DE WCC QSX 4 6 8 12 16 22 MHZ DE WCC K (GER)
13041.5 XVS9, Ho Chi Minh Ville Radio, VTN 1207 CW cq-mkr (ANDL) XVS: Ho
Chi Minh Ville Radio, VTN: 1405 CW cq-mkr fr tfc lst (GER)
13050
UDK2, Murmansk Radio, RUS 1212 CW mkr: 4LS DE UDK2 QSX 12459 K
(ANDL) UDK2: Murmansk Radio, RUS: 1214 CW mkr: 4LS DE UDK2 QSX
12459 K, 1400 clg UFKA SLV (=QSX) 16624. Then RTTY (GER)
13055
UTQ, Kiev Radio, UKR 1219 CW cq-mkr: CQ DE UTQ QSX 8341/12436/16639
II 8341/12436/16639 K (ANDL)
13062
CLA32, Habana Radio, CUB 1215 CW cq-mkr (ANDL) CLA32: Habana Radio,
CUB: 1214 CW cq-mkr (GER)
13076.7 HZG, Dammam Radio, ARS 1157 CW cq-mkr (ANDL) HZG: Dammam Radio,
ARS: 1206 CW ded-mkr: DE HZG QSX CH 3/4/9, 1358 CQ-mkr fr tfc list
(GER)
13083
KMI: AT&T High Seas Radio, Dixon CA 2214 USB wkg MV Lady Jones
w/pp. //12236// (DW2)
13088
HKB: Barranquilla R., COL 1627 CW CQ/QSX mkr. Out-of-band bcst(RM)
13110
WLO: Mobile Radio, AL, USA: 1202 USB m EE Bull. (GER)
13122
SPC61: Gdynia radio 1002 USB Voice Mirror in PP (AW)
13152
FFL61: St.Lys Radio, F: 1202 USB vmm/mm FF (GER)
13155
OHG: HELSINKI RADIO 1500 USB wkg UJFX: TKH SORMOVSKIY 45 for pp.
(HOOD)
13266.1 SVA5, Athens Radio, GRC 1229 CW de-mkr, spurious in aero-band???
(ANDL)
16503
Bulacan radio PHL 0838 USB clg "Francesca zero Juliet" (AW)
16545
Unid: Indonesian vsl 0805 USB p/p to Indonesia (AW)
16575
Unid: Indonesian craft 0102 USB p/p to Indonesia (AW)
16595
Unid: Filipino 1015 USB clg " Papa Romeo" repeatedly,no joy. (AW)
16668.5 J8RK4: GLOBAL SPIRIT 0840 CW ASU rpt to Odessa from Km Ivanov via
UUI. (HOOD)
16816.8 WCC 1205 cw tfc list.(ANI)
16911.2 JNA: Tokyo R, J 1422 CW CQ call de JNA (GC2)
16912.5 SUH: Alexander R, EGY 1445 CW de SUH k (GC2) SUH: Alexandria Radio,
EGY 1155 CW DE marker (HS4)
16914.5 CBV: Playa Ancha R, CHL 2001 CW CQ call de CBV tfc list (GC2)
16916.5 WLO: Mobile R AL, USA 2010 CW de WLO/WSC. XSG: Shanghai R, CHN 0953
CW de XSG. WSC: Tuckerton R NG, USA 1526 CW CQ de WSC (GC2)
16918
PPJ: Juncao R, B 1900 CW V mkr de PPJ (GC2)
16922.6 OFJ: Helsinki R, FIN 1530 CW OFJ QSX 4 Mhz 28/12 (GC2)
16925.8 OFJ: Helsinki R. FIN, 1319 CW marker.
16932
7TF: Boufarik R, ALG 1536 CW CQ call de 7TF10 QSX 16 Mhz 16735/
26735-4-13736/16738 Khz Tks (GC2)
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16933.2 WCC: Chatham R MA, USA 1534 CW V mkr de WCC QSX 4 6 8 12 16
22 Mhz (GC2)
16935
A7D: Doha R, QAT 1024 CW de A7D (GC2)
16940
XSW: Kaohsiung R. TWN 0553 CW CQ call de XSW (GC2)
16942.5 9AR: Rijeka R, HRV 1416 CW Rijeka R V mkr de 9AR (GC2)
16949
9MB: Penang R, MLA 1548 CW V mkr 9MB (GC2)
16966
SVB: Athens R, GRC 1550 CW de SVB 3/4/5/6/7 QSX ch 4 (GC2)
16969
WLO: Mobile R AL, USA 1554 CW de WLO obs/amver/QSX 4 6 8 12 16 22
Mhz ans C 3/4 k (GC2)
16972
WCC: Chatham R MA, USA 1625 CW V mkr de WCC QSX 4 6 8 12 22 K (GC2)
16974
SPE: Szczecin R, POL 0958 CW de SPE 41/63/81 QSX 8367R7 12551R7
16735R7 (GC2)
16981.5 SVG: Athens R, GRC 1619 CW de SVG6 (GC2)
16984
PPR: Rio R, B 1934 CW V mkr de PPR QSX 16 Mhz (GC2)
16987
VRX81: Hong Kong Radio, HK 0940 CW sta marker (EW)
16992.8 UAT: Moscow R, RUS 1300 CW CQ call de UAT QSW 8440.6/12910/16992.8/22512 Kcs tfc for.... (GC2)
17007
KLB: Seattle R WA, USA 1622 CW CQ call de KLB QSX 4 6 8 12 16 22
Mhz obs/amver/ARQ QRU? Selcal 1113 K (GC2)
17011
XSX: Keelung Radio, TAI 1107 CW sta marker (EW)
17013
5BA: Cyprus R, CYP 1310 CW CQ call de 5BA on 8623/17013 Khz QTC
P3OL3 etc... (GC2)
17015
UTQ: Kiev Radio, CIS 0946 CW sta marker (EW)
17016.8 KPH: San Francisco R CA, USA 1627 CW V mkr de KPH 4 6 8 12 16
Khz (GC2)
17021
TAH: Istanbul R, TUR 1315 CW CQ call de TAH QSX 4 8 12 & 16 Mhz ch
3 4 8 K (GC2)
17026
KFS: Palo Alto R, USA 1650 CW (or is it San Francisco R?) CA CQ de
KFS/QSX 4 6 8 12 16 22 Mhz then EE national wx service(GC2)
17027
FFL8: St Lys R, F 1317 CW looped tape EE/FF advsg suspension CW
svcs # (GC2)
17038
WNU55: Slidel R LA, USA 1658 CW CQ call de WNU55 QSX 4 6 8 12 22
Mhz OBS? (GC2)
17045.5 LPD46: Gen. Pacheco R, ARG 1822 CW V mkr de LPD46 QSX 4 8 12 16 &
22 Mhz K (GC2)
17050
4XZ: Haifa Naval, ISR 1825 CW V mkr de 4XZ (GC2)
17050.5 4XZ: Navy Haifa, ISR 1157 CW VVV marker (HS4)
17053
XSX: Keelung Radio, TAI 1105 CW sta marker (EW)
17064
EDZ6: 1551 CW sending freq. msg. for Madrid Radio (DW3)
17064.8 EAD: Madrid R, E 1947 CW de EAD3/EDZ6 QSX 8 12 16 & 22 Mhz CG/
K(GC2)
17068.4 OXZ: Lyngby R, DNK 1441 CW CQ call de OXZ2/OXZ4/OXZ8 ans 4 8 16 Mhz
ere tfc fr LYEX P3CQ6 etc (GC2)
17088.8 KPH: San Francisco R CA, USA 1829 CW V mkr de KPH QSX 4 6 8 12 16
22 Mhz de KPH (GC2)
17091.3 XSQ: Guanghou R, CHN 0615 CW CQ de XSQ (GC2)
17093.6 JOR: Nagasaki R, J 0626 CW CQ call de JOR QSX 16 Mhz K (GC2)
17094.8 SVA: Athens R, GRC 1832 CW de SVA6 (GC2)
17096
VRX: Victoria Harbor R, HKG 0950 CW CQ de VRX80 QSX channels 80
3/4/5/6 (GC2)
17103.2 XSG: Shanghai R, CHN 0956 CW CQ call de XSG QRU? (GC2)
17105
IRM: Rome R, I 1000 CW V mkr IRM free radio medical service and
AMVER service on 8/16 Mhz Common K (GC2)
17113
GKB2: Portishead R, G 1413 CW de GKB2 (GC2)
17117.6 WNU45: Slidell R LA, USA 1833 CW CQ call de WNU45 QSX 4 6 8 12 16
22 Mhz OBS (GC2)
17138
LYL: Klaipeda Harbor R, LTU 1446 CW de LYL QSS 16673.5/- 12423.5/
8346.5/6292.5/2416 Khz pse K (GC2) LYL: RADIOCENTRAS KLAIPEDA 1814
CW ID and listening on 12423.5, 8345.5, 6292.5 and 2516kHz. Also
noted tx on 6493.5 at this time. (HOOD)
17145
LZW72: Varna R, BUL 1343 CW de LZW72/LZW72 (GC2)
17160.8 IAR: Rome R, I 1400 CW EE WX for Mediterranean (GC2)
17162
PPO: Olinda R, B 1835 CW V mkr de PPO QSX Channels 4/5 (GC2)
17164.8 ZSC: Cape Town R, AFS 1842 CW CQ de ZSC K TET (GC2)
17165.5 CLA: Havana R, CUB 1946 CW CQ call de CLA veryfull QSX info (weak &
fading sig) (GC2)
17170.4 CNP: Casablanca Radio, MRC 1145 CW CQ marker (HS4)
17171
PPL: Belem R, B 1846 CW PP tfc ended de PPL/de PPL (Listed
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17184.8
17188
17194.4
17198
17198.9
17206.1
17230
17232.9
17239.7
17299
17305
17317
17350
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17170?) (GC2)
A9M: Bahrain R, BHR 1848 CW CQ de A9M QSX 4/5/6 K. VAI: Vancouver,
CAN 1951 CW CCG CQ call de VAI QSX 4/6/8/12/16 Mhz etc. (weak)
A9M: Bahrain R, BHR 1405 CW CQ de A9M QSX ch 4/5/6 K (GC2) A9M:
Bahrain Radio, BHR 1155 CW DE marker (HS4)
KFS: San Francisco R, USA 1851 CW CQ de KFS QSX 4 6 8 12 16 22
Mhz (GC2)
SVD6: Athens R, GRC 1417 CW de SVD6 (GC2)
PPR: Rio R, B 1853 CW V mkr de PPR QSX 16 Mhz (GC2)
HZG: Damman R, ARS 1418 CW de HZG QSX ch 3/4/9. HXG: Damman R, ARS
1409 CW de HZG QSX ch 3/4/9 (GC2) HZG: Damman Radio, ARS 1153 CW DE
marker (HS4)
PCH60: Scheveningen R, HOL 1408 CW de PCH60 16 K (GC2)
IAR: Rome R, I 1415 CW V mkr de IAR K 4 8 12 16 x also lsn 22 and
reply on 16 Mhz (GC2)
CWA: Cerrito/Punta Carretas R, URG 1855 CW CQ call de CWA
QSX 4/6/8/12/16/22 Mhz C 3/4/9/10 K (GC2)
9VG53: Singapore R, SNG 1420 CW CQ de 9VG53/17232.9 Khz QSX 16 Mhz
ch 13458.10 QSX 16 Mhz ch 13458.10 (GC2)
PKX: Jakarta Radio, INS 1227 CW CQ marker (HS4)
Unid: Asian craft 0620 USB p/p unid language (AW)
OXZ: Lyngby radio 0625 USB p/p in Italian. (AW)
SVN64: Athens radio 0625 USB p/p in EE (AW)
HLS: Seoul radio 0740 USB Repeated Music Mirror(Ode to Joy) Full ID
in Korean.Also wkg with several Korean vsls (AW)
XSW: Kaohsiung Radio, TAI 1051 CW sta marker (EW)
KFS: Palo Alto Radio, Ca 2018 CW w/CQ, QSX marker. (RB)
SVA: Athens, Greece 0620 CW cq de sva qsx 8 12 16 22. (MS4)
=MILITARY=
2357.5 OUA32: Danish Navy Stevns, DNK 2209 CW Bcst X21C (AB) OUA32: DN
Stevns, DNK: 1953 CW i-mkr: II II NAWS NAWS DE OVK OVK II II BCST
X21C PSK OUA23/25/32/38 = BCST X21C OUA 25/38 = BCST D23 OUA23 = II
II Z KR OVK 11/12/14/21/25/28/33/35 ZNI1 = ZKR OVK 1/12/122/14/
21/25/28/33/35 A1A = (GER)
2429
MKL: RAF Pitreavie, G: 2111 CW wx, after QRT of CW start of RTTY
75?/850 encrypted, between msg YYYYYY KFUJ (GER)
2645
TBO3: TN Izmir, TUR: 1944 CW v-mkr (GER)
2686
N28WL: as NCS 0606 USB app Canadian Forces link-11 coordination
net, w/5NEI, X1L2, N35P, 2QM9, 1DA8, O2P8,& MAPLE LEAF. (RB)
2720
FDE14: FAF (where?), F: 1940 CW v-mkr: VVV DE FDE14 ar(GER)
2799
SVH: Brest Naval, 2134 USB wx.
2819.5 FDI8: FAF (where?), F: 2124 CW v-mkr: VVV DE FDI8 ar(GER)
2895
Turkish Air Force 2225 USB long exchange of informal chat in
Turkish (CK)
3068
NIGHTWATCH 0509 USB wkg. WAR 46 at 0506z and ABSORBINE with signal
chks on "Zulu 100." However, ABSORBINE didn't "ck into" the net
until 0535z. (JJ)
3078
Andrews 0245 USB wkg. NIGHTWATCH 01 on F-"182" for signal chks.
from previous chks on 6730 and 8026 (Possibly related to the SAM
203 DV-2 mission to Haiti earlier today, also using 6730) (JJ)
3087.3 L - RN Sankt Petersburg, RUS: 2344 CW cont L, bad modulation, often
hrd (GER) L - RN Sankt Petersburg, RUS: 0029 CW cont L, made
modulation (ANDL) L: Russian Navy 2145 CW Single letter (L) HF
beacon (DW)
3107
NAVNORTHWEST MARPAT "DHM91" (TF)
3110
Italian CG (ship/base?), I: 2137 USB sx EE, id only as Italian CG,
w/Unid ship, CG asked fr posn (37N34 06E57), course (050) and speed
(15 knots), asking if he had contact to helicopter (Heli-callsign:
IMA), on this frequency" (GER)
3120.5 FDE14: FAF (where?), F: 2137 CW v-mkr: VVV DE FDE14 ar, hrd often
(GER) (FAF Villacoublay - LOGS)
3122
Camspac 0124 USB told 6584 to use this as pri, 5696 sec (LB2)
3124.5 FDI22: FAF (where?), F: 2340 CW v-mkr: VVV DE FDI22 ar (GER)
FDI22: FAF, Narbonne 2112 CW, "vvv vvv vvv de fdi22 ar" marker (MC)
FDI22: Narbonne Air, F, 1837 CW V-marker.
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3685
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3712
3734.5
3768.5
3779
3782
3788.6
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3836.5
3837
3886.5
3940.5
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4065
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WAR46 0656 USB worked NIGHTWATCH 01, and then NIGHTWATCH 01 called
DECEPTIVE (who was now on 4472), followed by DECEPTIVE wkg
NIGHTWATCH 01 at 0657z. At 1403z, FEARLESS enters the net, and at
1405z, FEARLESS w/a 26-character EAM, trailing the GHFS bcst of
same. (JH) NAVNORTHWEST MARPAT "DHM91" (TF)
V - RN ?? : 2333 CW cont V. Hrd vy vy often, over days(GER)
(Russian Navy (?), Tashkent, Uzbekistan - LOGS)
R - RN Ustinov, RUS: 0026 CW cont R (ANDL) R - RN Ustinov, RUS:
2334 CW cont R (GER)
FDG, FAF Bordeaux, F: 0020 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
FDI8: FAF (where?), F: 2325 CW v-mkr: VVV DE FDI8 ar(GER) (FAF
Aix - LOGS)
R - "Beacon", RN Ustinov: 0052 CW cont R (GER)
FDE14, FAF Villacoublay, F: 0014 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
TBH3, TN ??, TUR: 0341 CW v-mkr (ANDL) (TN Izmir - LOGS)
FDI8: FAF (where?), F: 2200 CW v-mkr: VVV DE FDI8 ar(GER) (FAF
Aix - LOGS)
SXA32, GN Piraeus, GRC: 2059 CW v-mkr (ANDL) SXA32: GN Pireus,
GRC: 0101 CW v-mkr: VVV DE SXA 32 K(GER)
SXH33, GN Chania, Crete, GRC: 2056 CW v-mkr (ANDL) SXH32: GN
Chania, Crete, GRC: 1837 CW v-mkr: VVV DESXH32 (GER)
SXA, GN Piraeus, GRC: 0158 CW v-mkr: K13A/G VVV DESXA/G/2G/3G
(ANDL) SXA, GN Pireus, GRC: 0107 CW v-mkr: VVV DE
SXA/G/2G/3GK13A/G (GER)
P - RUS Navy: 2132 CW cont P (GER) P - RN Kaliningrad, RUS: 2100 CW
cont. P, 2104 idles, 2105 RTTY ??slow/170Hz (ANDL)
SXA33, GN Piraeus, GRC: 2054 CW v-mkr (ANDL) SXA33, GN Pireus,
GRC: 0058 CW v-mkr: VVV DE SXA 33 K (GER)
FDE14, FAF Villacoublay, F: 2050 CW v-mkr: VVV DE FDE14 + (ANDL)
FDC, FAF Metz, F: 2319 CW v-mkr (ANDL) FDC: FAF Metz, F: 0055 CW
v-mkr (GER) FDC, FAF Metz, F: 2114 CW v-mkr: VVV DE FDC, bad
modulation, maybe broken tx fm nominal 3768.5 (a week later on,
but clear mode), but nothing there (ANDL)
P: RUS: 1515 CW cont P (GER) (Russian Navy, Kaliningrad - LOGS)
CTP, NATO Lisboa, POR: 1715 CW v-mkr: VVV DE CTP QSX 4 8 12 16 MHZ
+ (ANDL) CTP: NATO Lisboa, POR: 0110 CW v-mkr: VVV DE CTP QSX 4 6
8 12 MHZ K (GER) CTP: Lisbon Radio, Portugal 0348 QSX ID Appears to
be WAY off frequency. 3782 isn't in my copy of the marine radio
band plan. (WP2) (NATO naval facility at Portuguese Navy Base Lisbon
-LOGS)
EBA, SN Madrid, E: 1715 CW wx SS (ANDL)
NATO Tracking Net 2130 LSB Italian, EE OPS passing reports on a/c
(ANEE)
IDR: IN Rome, I: 2013 USB m sx II/EE w/Unid (Zero xxxxx, tent. 0DR
??) s/off "this is India Delta Romeo out", 0159 hrd agn with s/off,
then Unid RTTY-sys on 3818.8 kHz, after RTTY-msg: SSB-U cfm-tfc to
U1Z, 100%ly RTTY/SSB same stn ! (GER)
FDE14: FAF (where?), F: 1722/2212z CW v-mkr: VVV DE FDE14 ar (GER)
P: RN Kaliningrad 1354/1923/0028z CW cont: P, 1643 5 fig grps, T=0
s/off and P-beacon again. 100% same sta ! (GER)
AEM1JQ & AEM1ZLB, D 0815 LSB private chat, ops: Joe and Byron.(ANG)
AEM1ZLB: USA MARS (where?, OP:"here in Germany"), D: 1645 LSB (!!)
m EE, Army MARS training lessons, basic infos abt what is MARS,
etc., 1653 wkg sx AEM1RW./T, 1655 wkg AEM1EU/J. (GER)
FDI22: FAF (where?), F: 2029 CW v-mkr: VVV DE FDI22 ar. Later 2133
Unid-stn with scrambled phone after RTTY synch. (GER) (FDI is French
Navy, Narbonne - LOGS)
U.S. Army MARS stas, rgn 3, USA 1241 LSB net tfc (RM)
FDG, FAF Bordeaux, F: 1728 CW v-mkr: VVV DE FDG + (ANDL)
TBO, TN Izmir, TUR: 1728 CW v-mkr: T23C VVV DE TBO (ANDL)
TBO: 2110 cw id seq TBO.(ANI)
RMP, RN Kaliningrad, RUS: 1740 CW QTC to REO, wx. In ship SSB band
dx ! (ANDL) RMP: Kaliningrad Naval, Russia 1730 CW Wx forecast in
plain-language RR. (JD2)
L:RN Sankt Petersburg, RUS: (RLO) 1653 CW cont L (ANDL)
L: Russian Navy 0834 CW. (CK) (Russian Navy, St. Petersburg - LOGS)
ICA: IN (where?), I: 1740 USB sx EE/II, wkg IGED, aka ED, w/msgs,
r/c (GER) (Italian Navy, Ancona - LOGS)
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4154.5 DRAI: FGS Schleswig-Holstein (F-216) 0542 USB German Navy frigate,
clg/wkg DHJ59, Wilhelmshaven Naval re RTTY coordination tfc, also
w/same at 0606. DRAH: FGS Brandenburg (F-215) 0526 USB wkg DHJ59
w/RTTY coordination tfc. (RB)
4165.5 Italian Navy Net: 1735 USB II/EE, so no ID, but IN tfc fr sure
(GER)
4227
SXA3, GN Piraeus, GRC: 2158 CW v-mkr (ANDL) SXA: Possibly Piraeus
Radio, Greece 0411 CW CQ marker.(WP2)
4241
4XZ, IN Haifa, ISR: 2114 CW v-mkr (ANDL) 4XZ: IN Haifa, Israel
0414 CW VVV marker. (WP2)
4260
TBA2, TN Ankara, TUR: 1945 CW v-mkr: TBDJ VVV T13A TBA 2/4, 2111
vy vy QRQ CW tfc/msg (ANDL) TBA2: TN Ankara, TUR: 2107 CW v-mkr:
VVV DE TBA2/3/4 T13A (GER)
4275
TBA: TN Ankara 2332 cw id seq TBA(ANI) TBA5, TN Ankara, TUR: 1946
CW v-mkr: VVV TBDJ DE TBA 5/7 QAP (ANDL) TBA5: TN Ankara, TUR:
2109 CW v-mkr: VVV TBDJ DE TBA 5/7 QAP (GER)
4294
SXA34, GN Piraeus, GRC: 2005 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
4326
R - Beacon, RN Ustinov, RUS: 2300 CW cont R (ANDL)
4331
4XZ, IN Haifa, ISR: 2352 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
4350
TBB5, TN Ankara, TUR: 2324 CW v-mkr: VVV TBDJ DE TBB5/7QAP (ANDL)|
4373.4 E2L, E3Y, J8P 2345 USB USN style comms.- Sounded like prep of comms
equipment - and not on there primary freq from what they said.
About half-hour later W0W was on 4372 wkg UNID (possibly GIANT
KILLER) then came on 4373.4 wanting to enter the Link-11 games.(PR)
4472
NIGHTWATCH 01 0655 USB called DECEPTIVE. NIGHTWATCH 01 0622 USB
worked WAR46. ASSISTANT 0355 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01. NIGHTWATCH
01 0551 USB w/a 26-character EAM, trailing the GHFS. At 0553z,
NIGHTWATCH 01 called and worked SATURDAY. At 0556z TROUSERS worked
NIGHTWATCH 01. At 0607z, SATURDAY with a 26-character EAM,
trailing the GHFS. At completion of the string, NIGHTWATCH 01
worked SATURDAY and asked him if he had just passed tfc. At 0614z
TROUSERS called and raised NIGHTWATCH 01. NIGHTWATCH 01 requested
that in the future TROUSERS state his freq (designator) as
NIGHTWATCH 01 was monitoring "more than one". (JH)
4490
SAM 375 0130 USB wkg Andrews VIP for signal cks on F-700 primary. ETB
is 0655z (didn't catch the destination). Also tried 6993 & 3144 (now
sec.) (JJ)
4495
ASSISTANT 0342 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01. (JH)
4515.5 FDI22, FAF Narbonne, F: 1723 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
4550.5 TBU5, TN ...., TUR: 1724 CW v-mkr: VVV TBDJ DE TBU5 QAP K (ANDL)
TBU5: TN ......, TUR: 0113 CW v-mkr: VVV TBDJ DE TBU 5 QAP (GER)
TBU5: Unid Turkish N, 0836 CW clg TBDJ (all turkish warships). (CK)
4557
FDG, FAF Bordeaux, F: 1725 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
4558
S: RN Arkhangelsk, RUS: 2219 CW cont S (ANDL) C: RN Moscow, RUS: 2218
CW cont C (ANDL)
4701
unid USAF/USN 1700 USB doing chitchat (about how they would going to
celebrate New Years Eve). Maybe this is a freq they picked for some
informal talk? It was military cause they talked about Major So and
So and Captain So and So, etc.(GD)
4715
RAF Volmet, G: 2224 USB m/machine EE wx (ANDL)
4716
AIRNORTHWEST (UK) Off-shore coordination. (TF)
4717.5 AIRNORTHWEST (UK) Off-shore coordination. (TF)
4721
Andrews 0830 USB trying to raise SAM 27000 gets FOXTANGO player
"PAPA." Andrews asks for ID and upon verifying PAPA's call ignores
his request for a signal chk. (JJ) Andrews VIP 0833 USB cking SAM
26000 here for new primary, "877." (JJ)
4724
Broadcast 1-6 0844 USB OM W/EAM (BOZ) Offutt 0604 USB w/26 character
EAM T4VQP5.... (DW2) MCCLELLAN 0549 USB clg "sta calling MAINSAIL",
after moving unid sta here (maybe) from 8968.0. Nothing hrd and
gone. (JH)
4739
Halifax Military 2139 USB wkg TUSKER 24 requesting RCC Halifax and
ETA of C-130 to site. (CM)
4742
IFN34 1440 USB clg Architect. No joy. 8KV37: Helo 1443 USB wkg
Architect w/Odiham wx. Lion 1039 USB wkg Architect, spelled c/s,
"just cking our antenna". IFB 70: SFOR, CAF, prob: CC-130 1109 USB
wkg Architect over the Channel Islands, req wx LDZA (Zagreb) and
LIPY. POR: Nimrod 1123 USB wkg Architect req wx EGQK (Kinloss).
ODM68: Chinook, RAF 1125 USB wkg Architect self-ID'd as a Chinook, 5
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pob, airborne from Odiham, training for 0120 hrs,req listening watch.
Tartan 33: VC-10 Tanker RAF 1135 USB wkg Architect selcal ck EF-AD.
(BH) RAFAIR 4C03 1139 USB wkg ARCHITECT. RAF Puma eta Laarbruch
1145z. ODM 75: 1207 USB wkg ARCHITECT. Radio ck on a/c flight test.
Prob a Puma helo. ARCHITECT: 1225 USB w/additional bdcst info:
Marham, col. state BLACK. ie unusable for reason other than wx. Prob
due to a Danish F-16B having crashed soon after take-off from RAF
Marham. The 2 crew ejected & were OK I believe. SWALLOW 91: 1350 USB
wkg ARCHITECT. Landing on Isle of Man. RAF Wessex helo. RAFAIR 18L5:
1445 USB wkg ARCHITECT for wx at Kinloss. Prob Nimrod heading home.
0TN43: 1510 USB wkg ARCHITECT. Chinook helo, 9pob from RAF Valley to
RAF Odiham. (PR) 2WA 0644 USB wkg Architect, asked Architect to pass
on sat-phone no.145 4152 to J1M (RAF). (SS2)
CWL83: Dominie 3FTS 1114 USB wkg BT9P, practice msgs. (BH) DECKHAND
1524 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01. (JH)
FDI22: Narbonne Air, F, 1932 CW V-marker (CK)
9UG: (Brit) 1525 USB wkg T6F (German)NATO link-11 co-ord freq. NATO
coord net 2200 USB Link-11 related H1O (Dutch), 2UV (German), 3GL
(US) with 7JE, F3I and E3F (3 Brits.) (PR)
FDG, FAF Bordeaux, F: 2026 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
FDI22: FAF Narbonne F: 1826 CW v-mkr (GER)
FDI22: Narbonne Air, F, 0643 CW V-marker.
FDI8: Nice Air, F, 0611 CW V-marker.
S: RN Arkhangelsk, RUS: 2007 CW cont S. (ANDL) M: UNID Channel
marker: RUS? 0607 CW endless repeats of letter M. (ANG) (Russian
Navy, Moscow - Unusual catch. Couldn't find a single logging in
previous logs columns -LOGS)
C: Russian Navy, Moscow 0012 CW. (CK) C: Russian Navy Moscow 0453 CW
ch mkr. (DW2) C: RN Moscow, RUS: 2005 CW cont C (ANDL) C: Russian
Navy, Moscow,R 0538 CW w/"C" channel marker. (RB)
FDI: French AF, Aix 0545 CW w/"V" marker. (RB)
K8 - UNID (French military?): 2250 USB m FF, coordination fr CW on
5245 kHz, ann: Kilo Huit Termine (ANDL)
K8 - UNID (French military?): 2240 CW wkg BP, partly open FF text
ment: artillerie, end w/ EXEREXEREXER=K, clg: BP DE K8, handkeyed/mni
corrections. USB coordination FF on 5244 kHz. No partner hrd (ANDL)
NOQ: USCG Group Mobile, AL 0136 USB wkg S5U re att to get info on two
vsls. (RB)
FDY, FAF Orleans, F: 1750 CW v-mkr (ANDL) FDY: Orleans Air 0647 CW
V-marker. (CK) FDY: FAF ORLEANS 2245 CW Marker "vvv de FDY ar" (DW)
FDY: FAF Orleans, F: 1408 CW v-mkr: VVV DE FDY ar (GER)
FDC, FAF Metz, F: 1755 CW v-mkr, bad modulation (ANDL) FDC: FAF Metz,
F: 2317 CW v-mkr (GER)
Sweden Air Rescue, S 1017 USB w/X96. Plymouth Rescue, G 1249 USB
w/SMG 34. Pos rep Sweden Air Rescue, S 1258 USB w/Q96 and Y75. Radio
cks. Gottland Rescue, S 1300 USB w/Riga Rescue. Radio ck. Kinloss
Rescue, G 1301 USB w/Seaking 137. Radio ck. Kinloss Rescue, G 1320
USB w/SMG 131. Pos. rep. Unid. Sounded like 'austin' 4772, 1326 USB
w/'austin' Rescue. Must be a sta from NW Europe. Koksijde Rescue,
BEL 1330 USB w/BAF 93. Kinloss Rescue, G 1336 USB w/Plymouth
Rescue. Radio ck. RAF Architect, G 1345 USB Testing. Gluecksburg
Rescue, D 1354 USB w/Mission 4823. Radio ck. GAF Mission 4823, AIR
1357 USB w/Kinloss Rescue. Pos. rep. and radio ck. Sweden Air
Rescue, S 1342 USB w/Q91. Radio ck (AB) IROQUOIS 11:(RNZAF UH1
NZ3811) 0650 USB clg Hanmer Search Base - no joy. Christchurch Base
0655 USB wkg Hanmer Base radio ck - Hanmer has antenna problems.
(AB3) Kinloss Rescue, UK 2200 USB w/test ann. "Teleuno" 1354 USB clg
"Tela" or "Pela" in SS, but no joy. There is a Tela in Honduras.
"Pulco Radio" 1402 called "Picinal". "Pulco Radio" 1402 USB called
"Picinal" in SS then tfc about a failed pp (party didn't answer)
w/mention of Ixtapa. Ixtapa is a small port about 140 km from
Acapulco, Mexico, so perhaps "Pulco Radio" was in Acapulco. "Boca
Grande" 1416 USB in SS called "Radio Marina" then tfc. (DHM) Rescue
140: 1333 USB wkg Kinloss RCC - searching for a downed a/c but didn't
catch the area. Rescue 12: 1334 USB wkg Kinloss. RAF Nimrod dep
Kinloss 1331z for on-scene time of 1405z. a/c is looking for a
missing helo in the Belfast area (I think). Unfortunately they later
found the helo crashed in Co. Louth, N. Ireland with 3 fatalities
Pagina 133
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according to the nx). Rescue 169: 1435 USB wkg Plymouth Rescue. Sea
King from RAF Chivenor chasing what turns out to be a moving PLB.
After chasing the signal for about 50 mins, heading from South to
North Wales they are told to RTB after Rescue 12 confirms he has a
low level PLB signal moving in that area. (PR) Plymouth Rescue 1033
USB Rescue 169 has paramedic w/casualty. At 1055 Rescue 169 has
casualty on board, ETA Dereford(?) Hospital 10mins. At 1100 Rescue
169 Landing Plymouth Airport. Ambulance to transfer Casualty. At 1103
Rescue 169 Touchdown Plymouth. Rescue 169 1153 USB Airborne enrt to
Chivenor 4 persons on board. At 1211 Rescue 169 Landing 5 mins and
closing down. EI-BHU 1037 USB clg radio ck on way to exercise at
Stornaway. EI-BH0 (Shannon Based) 1043 USB clg & wishing Ops at
Kinloss "Happy New Year" SRG137 1104 USB Airborne 4 persons on-board
notification only. S131 1107 USB radio ck (barely readable here). At
1147 - S131 Over Carlisle. Coastguard MU 1110 USB radio ck - on
exercise in "The Minches" returning to Stornaway shortly. At 1155 Coastguard MU landing Stornaway 5 mins. OC (Helo) 1124 USB Landing
Sumburgh 1min. Sweden Rescue 1136 USB hrd S5 (not understood - in
Swedish). (SUK)
5685
CWL 54: 1338 USB wkg MKH5. Wx for Marham (?) but heading back to
CranwelL. Probably a RAF Jetstream. (PR)
5687
ZKX: Airforce Auckland 0652 USB wkg IROQUOIS 11 -airborne Hanmer for
Upper Waiau River to uplift injured party. (AB3) DHM91, GAF Muenster,
D: 1910 USB m EE w/UNID hrd only s/off: "91 7 out" (ANDL) German AF
553: 1420 USB wkg DHM91 (GAF Munster) all in GG. (PR)
5692
39C: USCG a/c 0052 USB wkg NMN w/ req for relay PANTHER, passes posn/
info of target. (RB)
5693.5 FDG, FAF Bordeaux, F: 1909 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
5696
CG Commsta Kodiak Alaska: USB wkg CG a/c 1709 1701. CG Commsta
Kodiak: USB wkg CG6018 1709 6519 6041. Commsta Kodiak 0115 USB wkg CG
a/c 6041. rat on board unable to capture Kodiak advises them to go to
Dutch harbor Ak to capture rat after 6041 voices concern over rat
chewing wiring. CG1708 0226 USB wkg Kodiak,posn 55'28N x 150'14W, flt
ops norm. Camslant Chesapeake 0229 USB clg STALKER 31..no reply. CG
1709 0230 USB wkg Kodiak, posn 53'10N x 169'52W flt ops norm. Camspac
(Point Reyes-LOGS) 0235 wkg CAMSLANT, msg thks for assist, out(weak
signals)(AM4) Pt.Reyes, Kodiak, Honolulu 0435 USB repeated calls for
Coast Guard 6042 contact made at 0439 "unreadable, shift to Sac
approach" (DR) STALKER 4: 0245 USB wkg SHARK 910 in the red.
Additional comms at 0300; went in the green w/digital tfc. (DS2)
HERCULES 04: USCG HC-130H7 #1504 (id'd earlier) 1107 USB wkg
SWORDFISH 20: prob USCG HH-60J #6020. 32C: Unid: 0301 USB wkg SHARK
910: USCGC Thetis (WMEC-910). 33C is landing at Roosevelt Roads.
CAMSLANT Chesapeake 0353 USB wkg 37C (inaudible). 37C secured his
guard. (DW2) 61A: (Unid) 2309 USB w/CAMSLANT (GER) CG 2131: 0159 USB
wkg CAMSLANT re flt ops normal posn frpt N25,54 W80,14 securing guard
landing homeplate (KW2). Camspac Pt. Reyes 0123 USB wkg Rescue 6584
sw/to 3122. CAMSLANT 2335 USB wkg Y9N. At 2336 wkg U5F adn 37C. At
0039 wkg Stalker. CAMSLANT 2226 USB wkg 37C. At 2251 wkg Rescue 6042.
Honolulu Comsta 1410 USB wkg Rescue 1705 (Really good level). Also at
1439 and 1505. CAMSLANT 1438 USB wkg 1504. CAMSLANT 1506 USB wkg
2126. STALKER 04 0504 USB wkg CAMSLANT. SWORDFISH 1651 USB wkg
Camslant sw. to 3e12 nothing hrd. (LB2) CAMSLANT 2028 USB req flight
ops from CG1712, flights ops normal. CG6028 1935 USB passing posn
report to CAMSLANT 61 ALPHA 1936 USB request CAMSLANT contact PANTHER
& pass info. 6002 1938 USB securing radio guard with CAMSLANT. LIMA
3 KILO 2003 USB passing flight & posn report to CAMSLANT. CG6029
2006 USB reports to CAMSLANT he is inbound HOMEPLATE and to secure
their guard. CG6034 2047 USB request CAMSLANT to secure his guard.
CG1503 2050 USB RTB to Cherry Point for fuel asks CAMSLANT to see if
CG1501 is airborne yet. CG1501 2053 USB calls CAMSLANT & requests
they inform CG1503 they will be airborne in 10 minutes (MF2)
Camslant: 2300 USB wkg : Rescue 1712 @ 28.29N 79.52W, CG 2133 @
25.56N 79.31W, Rescue 6002 @ 36.48N 76.04W Sounded like there was
some undirected ANDVT comms in the crowd as well one clear signal
only. NAVY 750: 1322 USB wkg Culdrose Ops. posn 45.40N
006.25W RN helo in Bay of Biscay area. Orkney: 1450 USB wkg Culdrose
Ops. "S24" dep Ork. to Culdrose. Assumed to be HMS Orkney, RN patrol
Pagina 134
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5710
5714
5717
5723
5750
5800
5875
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vsl. GAAA 1425 USB wkg Culdrose Ops I missed the msg but can anyone
tell me if this is an RN vsl ??. Culdrose Ops 1440 USB wkg 7GR.
Passing an Air Movement Report by announcing the arrival of TIGER 2
(a RN Sea King). (PR) FALCON 95: 2240 USB wkg NMN, re if 95 has comms
w/GANTSEC, relays comms to CG 6576. RESCUE 6009: USCG HH-60J helo
0700 USB wkg NMN, CAMSLANT Chesapeake for radio guard re is airborne
enrt SAR in Chesapeake Bay for 1 PIW (Person In Water). STALKER 31:
USCG HU-25 2131 0400 USB wkg NMN re ID of SHARK 910 (USCGC Thetis,
WMEC-910), NMN adv is unk to them. NOO: AirSta Sacramento,
Sacramento, CA 0716 USB wkg CG 1603 (HC-130) re att to contact
Whiteman AFB base to divert there on flt to AirSta Elizabeth City on
New Years Eve morning. (RB) SHARK 716?? 0010 USB wkng CHARLIE FLIGHT
no joy/stby was unaware that shark . went as high as 716 my log book
has them up to SHARK 89 (RT2) Rescue 2112 1016 USB wkg CAMSLANT
Chesapeake, 2112 reported 1 person on raft and were going to try to
drop them a radio. (SL)
ASSISTANT 0326 USB worked NIGHTWATCH 01, but each was very weak to
the other. (JH) F-XCWE (assumed French civvie registered a/c) 1430
USB wkg PBV (Dutch Navy). Wx for Valkenburg, eta 1530z. I know some
French mil a/c have civvie registrations, I have no sign of this one
though. (PR)
FDE14: FAF (where?), F: 1730 CW v-mkr: VVV DE FDE14 ar (GER) (FAF
Villacoublay - Logs)
SAM 26000 0428 USB 0 DV + 2, wkg. Andrews VIP for data freq
assignment: F-909 (7687) and for pp to SAM Command re: itinerary
change. I haven't yet hrd where they're headed, but their ETB is
0920z. At 0505z they moved to 6993.0 for voice. Andrews VIP 0831
USB wkg. SAM 26000.(JJ)
H6Q: (Italian) 1238 USB wkg IDR and IGJ - passing take-off time.
First I've hrd of the Italians on this freq, I've only hrd RAF here
before. (PR)
Halifax Military, CAN: 2340 USB w/Unid s/c FM-GJ (GER) Vancouver
Military: 2130 USB in comms with unknown rescue a/c discussing search
a/c turning on their IFF mode "c" so Callsign "SideCar" could see
them on his display. (JM6) RESCUE 310: 1640 USB wkg Halifax Military
pp RCC re nx media coordination R310 was barely readable my location
(KW2). Santa Claus 1145 USB wkg various kids. :-) This strangely
Canadian sounding Santa was really making me wish I had a transmitter
!!! (PR)
Unid: 2005 USB Sounds like a FoxTango net with calls F/G/N present.
Didn't hear the last two letters to confirm but sounds right. Comms
about track no's and event no's etc. (PR)
"Aris": USB clg P-106 (SX-4048). "Aris": (CG HQ) 1107 USB: with P-119
(SX-4045) a 35 ton coastal patrol boat in Cretan Sea. Aris: Greek
CGHQ, Piraeus 1100 USB w/ Gale warning. (CK)
WAR46 0654 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01. TRILLION 0210 USB worked
NIGHTWATCH 01. ASSISTANT 0323 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01. At 0631z,
NIGHTWATCH 01 w/a 26-character EAM, after which he called ASSISTANT,
w/no response. HOTCAKE 0605 USB moving here from a 11175 pp w/
NIGHTWATCH 01, called NIGHTWATCH 01. NIGHTWATCH 01 1146 USB worked
FORCEOUT. FORCEOUT asked NIGHTWATCH 01 if NW01 had FORCEOUT's tfc:
T4KI_J. Then NIGHTWATCH 01 asked FORCEOUT if he had GI2XVY, then
read the 145-character string to FORCEOUT. TROUSERS briefly worked
NIGHTWATCH 01. At 0609z, TROUSERS worked NIGHTWATCH 01. At 0610z,
NIGHTWATCH 01 called SATURDAY. NIGHTWATCH 01 1508 USB w/a
26-character EAM (GWWLAE...), trailing the GHFS bcst of same by one
minute. At 1513z NIGHTWATCH 01 worked MONOGRAM (very strong; very
noisy background) re receipt of tfc. At 1515z, MONOGRAM asked
NIGHTWATCH 01 is NW01 had GWCRGW tfc; negative; so MONOGRAM read the
string back to NIGHTWATCH 01. At 1620z, BIG BURLEY enters the net.
At 1725z, NIGHTWATCH 01 with 45-character EAM (GIZOSM..), trailing
the GHFS. (JH) DOORKNOB 0722 USB wkg. SUITABLE re: secure voice ck,
"Negative at this time." TIGEREYE 0312 USB clg NIGHTWATCH 01. No joy
(JJ)
ASSISTANT 0333 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01. A bad choice on NIGHTWATCH
01's part, as the freq is heavily qrm'd at this time of the local
night. (JH)
NRPJ: USCGC Laurel (WLB-291) 0444 USB clg CommSta New Orleans, NMG,
Pagina 135
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no joy. NRPZ: USCGC Papaw (WLB-308) 0513 USB wkg CAMSLANT, poss att
to raise NMG, v.weak. (RB)
6220
AIRNORTHWEST (Norway) Off-shore coordination CRC "Speaker". (TF)
6379
4XZ, IN Haifa, ISR: 1719 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
6385
SXA/3G 2322 CW Greek Navy in Piraeus?.constantly giving their call
followed by K13A/G. (VP)
6389
CTP: NATO Lisbon, 0609 CW w/ch mkr. (DW2)
6470
SXA24, GN Piraeus, GRC: 1712 CW v-mkr (ANDL) SXA2: Greek Navy,
Piraeus 0558 CW w/ch mkr. (DW2)
6478.7 SVA3, Athens Radio, GRC 1711 CW de-mkr: DE SVA3 (ANDL)
6480
TBH3: Golcuk Naval, TUR, 0843 CW V-marker.
6502
TBB6, TN Ankara?, TUR: 1703 CW v-mkr: VVV TBDJ DE TBB6 QAP (ANDL)
TBB6: Ankara Naval, TUR 0841 CW V-marker. (CK)
6516
NMY52: USCG Sta Sandy Hook, NJ, US 1825 USB wkg W3P w/radio ck.(RB)
NOP: USCG AirSta Brooklyn, NY, US 1547 USB "Brooklyn Air", wkg unid
a/c 7-tango w/posn. (RB)
6647
GUZA (HMS Brecon, M-29, RN Hunt Class Mine Countermeasures vsl) 1352
USB wkg WATCHDOG 94. Brit Fisheries Protection a/c with posns of a
dozen or so assorted British fishing vsls around the 50N 3W area, off
the South coast of England. (PR)
6683
Air Force 2: 2004 wkg Andrews Andy passed some pre-flights for
next day, but I did not catch the time. The pre-flights were 731u
(primary, 6.683 MHz), and 291u (sec., 13.960 MHz).(GT) SPAR 63 2225
USB wkg Andrews VIP w/pp tfc, at 2220Z, SPAR 63 requested the Lawson
wx (assumed Lawson AAF). SAM 300 0033 USB wkg Andrews VIP on "F731"
following QSY from 8040 kHz USB (also cked LSB). (RJL)
6691
DUCKCALL 2143 USB worked TANACITY in clear voice and data. When
DUCKCALL asked to perform a "T-quad", TENACITY begged off as he was
"monitor only" for this, but agreed to accept DUCKCALL's "T-quad" ck.
This was followed with timestandard ticking and very short beeps at
the top of each minute. (JH)
6697
MKL: 1449 USB wkg Z6G - ops normal msg for relay. F7Q 1630 USB wkg
MKL. Immediate msg relay etc etc. F7Q says is in contact w/Shanwick
so close down here (PR)
6712
Magic (Man?) 1648z USB EE wkg (Neadle/Eagle?)17, w/wx fr EBBR/
Brussels, EDDK/Bonn. 1658 Croughton w/UNID (ANDL) CTM 3917 1314 USB
wkg Circus Vert. dep .... 1236/1248 eta Colmar 1540, crew 10, pax 12,
QRX 1500 (in FF). Gold 92: KC-135 1046 USB wkg Croughton. pp PMSV,
pirep: KC-135, 4630n, 6w, fl330, didn't catch which wx he wanted.(BH)
Broadcast 1-6 0844 USB OM W/EAM SIMO with 4724MHZ (BOZ) Mcclellan
1608 USB with SKYKING and EAMs. For JXRNSP & JXR
JXBVJGGGOIDYWFEJJHKJ NSPDPE7MB6TXBFFCD Never hrd MCCLELLAN on this
freq before as lead sta(DR2) McClellan AFB 0120 USB w/26 character
EAM, T4TOGO.... (DW2) USAF 2025 USB 'Victor, Victor, this is
[disturbance] calling', lot of EAMs. (IT)
6715
Unid German Aero/Ground-stn: 1540 USB sx GG,fm time to time private
chats fm a plane to a ground OP, plane OP is not the pilot, flying vy
high over A1 (is the Autobahn/Highway Nr. A1) and over Theutoburger
Wald/Forest, then Ruhr-Area, starting the landing procedures, and
closing down because of "official" duties, no IDs, pirates ? or
private chats of GAF personal ? (GER) SAM 26000 0713 USB worked
MACDILL. (JH) Rescue 108 2200 USB wkg Demon Ops via Vancouver
military. Rescue 108 in comms with RCC Victoria via Vancouver
military Communication sta, discussing the search for crew of a
sunken US fishing vsl off the NorthWest coast of Vancouver Island. At
2230 Rescue 108 reporting debris (logs etc) being found, but no life
rafts. SHOERACK: 0139 USB/data wkg MacDill, re coordination setup &
passing data tfc (KW2).
6730
NAVY 50511 0123 USB worked ANDREWS, with both at good levels here.
SPAR 65 0644 USB worked ANDREW w/pp regarding wx at various LIxx
locations. (JH) NAVY 50511: 0125 USB wkg Andrews VIP for signal chks
while still on the ground, DV 3+1. ETA is 0415z. Preflights for
131400z are: 875 pri. & 752 sec. SAM 203, 2323 USB wkg Andrews VIP
for pp's re: 0130 arrival. DV-2 + 2, enrt to Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Gave "Port-au-Prince Air Ops" as: DSN 200-290-3478. Andrews VIP 2142
USB cking SPAR 63 here for possible new primary. Previously hrd on
13000 wkg pps with McClellan AFB, and on 13211 wkg Andrews. (JJ) SAM
203: 0005 USB wkg Andrews w/pp to ? (didn't catch call-sign) re wx
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at San JuanPR. (JM4) COPELAND (?) 1030 USB Givng Marham wx hr+00 &
hr+30 in the following format: "All copeland a/c this is copeland
standby for Marham wx, Marham runway 24, color state blue, fully
serviceable, QNH 1011, flying state alpha, alternate Coltishall, VFR,
6737
6738
6739
6754
890" I assume the 890 is the Coltishall visibility in metres. (BH)
Neatishead 1: 1345 USB wkg Neatishead 2. RAF air track updates.
Slightly unusual to here Neat. 1 & 2, a first for me at least. One
of them might be a mobile site or a satellite location or maybe the
phones failed :-) (PR)
AME 8856 1103 USB clg San Jose. No joy in SS, only twice and fast so
I'm not sure abt the number. Again, any confirmations for this freq
being in use by the Spanish Air Force? I _am_ sure of the AME
bit. (BH)
AIRCRAFT SIERRA 496 0632 USB clg "any sta" for a radio ck, w/no
answer (he's off frequency.) (JH)
GOLD 61: KC-xxx 1040 USB wkg Thule w/pp Mildenhall AMCC: eta
Mildenhall 1300, no pax/cargo, request 100.000 pounds fuel uplift. pp
Mildehall PMSV wx EGUN 1300 + LFME 1400. PMSV couldn't find LFME,
Gold 61 said it was Emmen, Switzerland. (The LFxx codes are France,
I think Emmen is LSME), when metro still didn't understand Gold 61
said he 'would ask my fighter what large town it's close to', which
was given as Luzern, Switzerland. No joy again. Thereafter a pp
trough a commercial line to the Emmen met-office. I assume this was
a Swiss F-18 on delivery. IFB 11: CC-130 1018 USB wkg Architect, wx
LIPA + more. (BH) Reach 1222 1642 USB wkg Lajes, pp Hilda: req.
status of diplomatic clearance: everything should be fine ("that's
finally one thing going right this mission"), call again when
arriving Al Kharg (I just read in Dutch aviation magazine Scramble
that Al Kharg airbase in Saudia Arabia was recently opened for US/UK
& French a/c, it's not in my FLIP from october 1996 yet). IFN 84:
1644 USB wkg Architect. Dep ETUR 1615 arr EGDL 1730 Std Rly K selcal
ck AK-DF. (CH) MACDILL 0643 USB wkg _____(could not make out the id,
but it sounded like "altair" or somesuch), caught at end of comm.
MACDILL asked ____ "Do you have relay instructions for this tfc?",
& the response appeared to be something that sounded like "Titan."
(?). NIGHTWATCH 01 0151 USB worked THULE w/a signal ck, & gone. At
0338z, NIGHTWATCH 01 called "any sta" for a signal ck, w/no response.
At 0344z, an unid sta (no id given) lit up the freq w/a musical train
whistle, & into a spirited musical rendition of "I've been wkg on the
railroad"; cut off in mid tune. At 0345z, NIGHTWATCH 01 w/a call for
MAINSAIL. At 0512z, NIGHTWATCH 01 worked MCCLELLAN w/pp to a DSN 271
number (not hrd before); with the party at the other end very
hesitant about what was going on, but it appeared to be a signal ck,
& NW01 gone. At 0619z, E9P clg HICKAM, & saying in the blind
"Executing Exercise GRIDIRON", & req pp to a DSN 471 number id'd as
F1L. At 0620z, MCCLELLAN w/a 20(IA)/20(IA)/26(T4) EAM set over a 9
minute period. OFFUTT 0607 USB as lead GHFS sta, w/a 26(T4)/20(T4)
character EAM set. At 0627z, OFFUTT with a 26-character T4... EAM,
followed at 0633z with a 20-character T4... EAM. Unusual to hear so
many now rare 20-character T4... EAMs over a 7 hour period. SENTRY 35
0529 USB clg OFFUTT, MAINSAIL, and finally raising MCCLELLAN for a pp
to RAYMOND 24 for "...line 4,5, and 6 tfc." OFFUTT 1503 USB w/a
6-character EAM (IAEBU7) "FOR SANTOS". Very rare example of a
6-character "For..." EAM. SORORITY 0605 USB called MAINSAIL & raised
HICKAM for NIGHTWATCH 01 wkg freqs: Z165/Z185/Z155/Z160. BIG BURLEY
1720 USB w/a very rare 26-character JX... EAM string (JXSZCE...),
simulcast on 6739.0 and 11244.0, with ANDREWS broadcasting the string
on the GHFS at 1726z. At 1721z, ANDREWS w/a 45-character EAM,
GIZOSM..., repeated by ANDREWS at 1731z. (JH) SPAR A4 1410 USB Wkg
Albrook req pp to Base 3726.1449z said they were 30 mins to land at
1510z Albrook call for radio ck SPAR A4 said we're 10 - 15 minutes to
land in Guatemala.I went to the airport and saw a/c B737-200 HW
20283 (JM5)
Magic 67: E-3A NAEWF 1044 USB wkg DHN66 for wx.(BH) DHN66: GAF
Geilenkirchen, D: 1946 USB m EE, id DHN66, wkg J4P/strong EU accent,
J4P w/(Madrick 57 ?), said that he switch over to other channel to
receive RTTY. RTTY is on 6755.8 ???/850Hz. (GER)
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6757
6758
6761
6791.5
6815.6
6825
6830
6844.5
6928.1
6993
7002
7039
7325
7473
7535
7831
7980
8026
8040
8047
8057
8122
8139.4
8240
8297
8428
8437
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Andrews 2043 USB wkg SAM 974. (MF2)
TRILLION 0206 USB worked NIGHTWATCH 01. At 0238z, TRILLION worked
NIGHTWATCH 01 and cked out of the net. At 0244z, RAINFALL worked
NIGHTWATCH 01 for a signal ck. HOTCAKE 0559 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01.
TRUNION 1915 USB called SENSITIVE. (JH)
MKL: RAF Pitreavie, G: 2207 CW wx, 2100 U0B DE MKL = GR 14 = 5A4 E4X
W6N ZKN PBA DKL NUZ K2D AU7 THO EZE HFJ YZI = PP AFS =, then wx fr
EGQS EGQL etc. any idea what the header means ? (GER)
STUMP 48 (sounds like) 0047 USB worked TURBO 46. (JH) ANDREWS: 1710
USB wkg SAM 974. Trying to sort out an incoming pp. Moves to 295u
(11460) where 974 is non-existent and Andy is barely hrd :-( (PR)
MARDIV (IDed as 1st Marine Division): 2110 USB wkg 1st LAR for voice
comms and FAX setup. Also in the net are 3rd LAR, and WOLFPACK and
others. They're also using 7450.5 at this time. A couple weeks ago I
hrd similar tfc on 8080 IDed as 7th Marines also wkg. 3rd LAR. (JJ)
SHARK 716: USCGC Dallas (WHEC-716) 0341 USB wkg SHARK 622, USCGC
Courageous (WMEC-622) re posn of 'target' & if OMAHA is still up. At
0346 S3Q wkg I7G req they go 'green'. (RB)
FAV22 FA Monte Valerien, F: 1458 CW cw-lessons // 3881 kHz(GER)
Andrews VIP 0533 USB cking SAM 26000 here for new primary, "867."
(JJ)
FDC: FAF Metz, F: 2145 CW v-mkr (GER)
EBA: Spanish Navy, Madrid 1743 CW, "wx wx wx cq cq cq de eba eba eba
=======" marker (MC)
SAM 375 2228 USB wkg. Andrews VIP for pp to State Ops re:Guatemala.
Air Force 1, 0029 USB on primary wkg Andrews VIP for a secondary
freq. So far they've tried 8026, 8047 and 9023. Also on freq are SAM
050 & SAM 974. Also some new security procedures: The Andrews op
wanted to know how to get AF1's ETA into Andrews AFB; AF1 told them
to call Royal Crown. Previously this info was passed in the clear.
(JJ) Andrews 0153 USB wkg AF-1 for signal ck. Andrews 0235 USB wkg
SAM 974 for sig ck then request a ck on their primary F467. Pilot was
told AF-1 is primary on F-117. (LB2) AIR FORCE ONE, SAM 974, and SAM
050 0033 USB wkg Andrews VIP on F117, The President was returning to
Andrews from his Caribbean visit. (RJL)
V: unid RN 1343 CW cont V (GER)
C: RN Moscow, RUS: 0126 CW cont C (ANDL)
Andrews VIP 0536 USB cking SAM 26000 here on "268" re: data
comms. (JJ)
FDC: Metz Air, F, 0906 CW V-marker
NGHY: USS Peterson (DD-969) 1357 USB wkg SESEF w/req for tests of 3
HF xmitters. NICB: USCGC Forward (WMEC-911)1619 USB w/req for TACAN
testing, voice coordination went to 274.8 UHF. (RB)
SATURDAY 0613 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01. (JH)
Unid: 0130 ISB USN Sicily (NSY?) Two phone patches (or something);
Italian in lower SS in upper sideband +UTC Probably Navy but
languages threw me.(MS2)
SAM 27000 0030 USB wkg. SAM 974 re: GEP channel coordination out of
Waldorf. SAM 203, 2210 USB enroute Gander wkg. Andrews VIP for signal
cks. ETA Gander is 0210z. (JJ) Andrews 2046 USB wkg SAM 375. (MF2)
SAM 300 0030 USB wkg Andrews VIP w/rdo ck's, QSY to F731. (RJL)
SAM 050 0027 USB w/pp via Andy VENUS CONTROL, passed an ETA Andrews
of 0350Z. (RJL)
SAM 201 2323 USB wkg. Andrews for pp to SAM Command Post.(JJ) SAM
201: USAF C-20B tail 86-0201 2050 USB wkg Andy w/pp. (RB)
VHI: Darwin Control 1824 USB wkg DRAXY (spelled). VHI: Darwin Control
1300 USB wkg unid.(BvR) VLRW: Royal Australian Navy survey motor
launch Benalla (A04) 1007 USB wkg Cairns Control. (RA)
FDG (not FAF ??): 1615 cw.(ANI) (FDG - FAF Bordeaux - LOGS)
USCGC JUNIPER (WLB-201) 0437 USB wkg COMMSTA New Orleans.(JP)
ADNF: USAV Perryville LCU-2034 0526 USB wkg AAC2: US Army
Transportation Corps Ft Eustis. AAC2 did not receive ADNF's last
posn report. ADNF said that he would resend. (DW2) AADV: USAV
Bristoe sta (LCU-2006) 0125 USB wkg AAC2. (JP)
NMN: Portsmouth USCG, USA 1109 CW sta marker (EW)
4XZ: Israel Navy Haifa. ISR 2154 CW VVV DE. (AB5) 4XZ: Israel Navy,
Haifa, Israel 0343 CW ID marker. (WP2)
AQP6: Karachi Navy, PAK 2213 CW VVV QSX. (AB5)
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TBA: Turkish navy Ankara, TUR 1712 CW T13A bcst (AB)
8604.3 ZRH4: Cape Town Naval, RSA 1459 CW marker. (RB)
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Broadcast 1-5 1434 USB YL W/EAM: GWLJD6OWRTYSZRXDZKCXC. Broadcast
1-5 1436 USB OM W/EAM: GWLJD6OWRTYSZRXDZKCXC (BOZ) Offutt 1737 USB
w/20 character EAM (IAMIZY..) for TACAMO LANT Secondary (DW2). KILO
CHARLIE 14: USB wkg Lajes for pp to 5 UNIFORM XRAY. Any idea who
this could be? Missed the DSN-number of 5UX. (GD) NIGHTWATCH 01 0339
USB called "any sta" for a signal ck. At 0340z, WAGONBED responded to
NIGHTWATCH 01's calls, but NIGHTWATCH 01 begged off, stating that he
wanted to raise a ground sta. No response, & gone. At 0548z, 5CH clg
"any sta this net" for a rdo ck, w/no response. At 0633z, E9P worked
HICKAM w/pp to a F1L (DSN 471) for an "Executing Exercise GRIDIRON"
call, w/a datetime group sounding like 10#451, and a TOR from F1L of
100634. MCCLELLAN 2240 USB w/numerous test counts, on this freq only.
Then moved to 11244.0 to continue with the counts. At 2301z,
MCCLELLAN w/an "all frequency request" for REPUDIATE, except that
this call was not hrd on other GHFS freqs. At 2316z, MCCLELLAN w/a
20(IA)/20(IA)/26(T4) character EAM set over a 9 minute period. At
2341z, FUZZY 31 worked ANDREWS & got ANDREWS to pass him a 26character EAM string. OFFUTT 0042 USB w/an "all frequency request"
for SNOOP 34. MCCLELLAN 2338 USB w/a 20-character EAM "FOR TACAMO PAC
PRIMARY", immediately followed by LAJES w/same EAM. TRILLION 0025 USB
w/a 26-character EAM. TRILLION repeated this EAM at 0055z, 0125z,
0150z, & 0155z, w/the final xmsns having TRILLION at very strong
levels here. At the 0150z transmission, TRILLION's mic picked up an
in-progress FOXTROT broadcast from the GHFS that was going on
underneath his signal. At 0604z, MCCLELLAN w/a 20(IA)/20(IA)/20(IA)/
54(IA) character EAM set over a 7 minute period. The 54-character
(common character count) string (IAJY7P...) was read by most of the
GHFS operators in 6-character blocks, or in obvious 3-character
blocks. During the xmsn, MCCLELLAN lost his signal on 6739. This has
happened relatively often recently with his xmsns. ASSISTANT 0307 USB
worked LAJES & later MCCLELLAN for NIGHTWATCH 01 wkg freqs over at
least a 30 minute period, with each freq (except for 5705.0) being
unsuccessful for ASSISTANT. During an early comm with MCCLELLAN,
ASSISTANT (probably USN) asked the MCCLELLAN operator for her "chop".
She did not understand the request, so ASSISTANT eventually told her
(after a protracted period of this) that he wanted her initials. At
0616z, ASSISTANT wkg ANDREWS for NIGHTWATCH 01 wkg frequencies (still
having problems raising NIGHTWATCH.) OFFUTT 1205 USB as lead GHFS
sta, w/a 79+/- character (maybe) IA.. EAM "FOR ADURE/ADORE" (OFFUTT
pronounced it as ADURE, but MACDILL seemed to be pronouncing it
ADORE); similar FOR ADORE/ADURE EAMs at 1336z (56-character I
AGHKI...), 1634z (55-character IAF3TF..); 1834z (20-character
IABWDU...); and 1902z (20-character IAPSPV...). A new series "FOR
BROMA AND FERRY" started at 1934z (59-character IAPMBB...); 2017z
(20-character IAUP7T...); and 2037z (20-character IAEKOV..). At
2117z, OFFUTT w/a 20-character EAM "FOR REGION BRAVO." They seemed
to be favoring the h+35+/- minutestamp for these things (plus
possibly h+17). OFFUTT 2204 USB w/20-character EAM "FOR BROMA AND
FERRY." TROUT 99 1645 USB worked OFFUTT w/pp. CODA 61 (or maybe
CODER 61) 1632 USB called & raised MCCLELLAN, & req "any tfc". There
was none, and he was gone. At 1920z, OFFUTT with a 20(IA)/20(IA)/
26(T4) character EAM set over a 9 minute period. OREMINE 0734 USB
called MAINSAIL and raised (but did not hear) HICKAM. OREMINE then
called and raised OFFUTT for a signal ck. At 0736z, LAJES worked
HERKY 02 w/pp to someone at RAMSTEIN (maybe), w/problems regarding
something that sounded like an ALQN 131 (or maybe 31) pod. (ALQ-31 is
an ECM pod - LOGS) The ground party told HERKY 02 that the "ECM
troops" wanted him to return to base to have the pod removed before
it could be damaged by water entering the pod. It would be a quick
removal so that HERKY 02 could continue the mission, but without the
pod. OFFUTT 1444 USB as lead GHFS sta, with an 89-character EAM,
GI45TI..., preceded by a FOXTROT broadcast prefaced with ENLIST.
At 1530z, OFFUTT with a 26-character EAM (T4FPDE...). At 1627z,
OFFUTT w/a 26-character EAM (T4OF43...). SNOOP 55 0217 USB worked
LAJES. Something about having 30 crew, and monitoring 11244.0 for
further comms from ____. (JH) Offutt 2215 USB clg Mainsail Very
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Strong EAM. Gasser 91 2316 USB with a p/p to Moody AFB GA. (LB2)
Lajes Radio 1944 USB w/pp for QUID 25 to UNID meteo. Lajes Rado 1948
USB w/pp QUID 25 to DNS#657-6451 CYCLOPS Ops. (MF2) TROUT 99: 2238
USB wkg McClellan GHFS re discrete freq. (RB)
GOLDEN HAWK: 1827 USB clg FIGHTING TIGER 754, no joy, then CARD FILE
715 clg same, no joy. (RB)
MKL (RAF) 1310 CW with wx, //also on 11212. (SS2)
A2587: 1124 USB wkg PAF Lisboa msg with lots of figures, including:
AIR TASK 50/A/2587 ADT LPPT 270949Z ETA LPLA 271315Z (in Portuguese
of course) ADT = actual departure time, Porto - Lajes (BH) NIGHTWATCH
01 0341 USB called "any sta" w/no response & gone. (JH) MacDill 2219
USB wkg pp. (LB2) MacDill 1940 USB w/multiple pp for REACH 8509 to
MacDill Ops,HILDA EAST & AMC meteo (8509 is a C-5 Tail#850009) SIERRA
4 JULIETT GOLF 1910 USB looking for an HF radio ck. (MF2) MAGIC 55:
NATO E-3C AWACS 0354 USB wkg Ascension GHFS w/morale pp's. (RB) 847
1320 USB wkg Saatenaes R. (SweAF, Saatenaes AFB/F7, 847/C-130). (SS2)
BRANDY 1958 USB wkg NIGHTWATCH also caught BRANDY on 11455.5. (MF2)
CANFORCE 1511: 1531 USB wkg Trenton Military reops matters & info re
monitoring freqs Primary 9007 Secondary 11232 (KW2).
HAWK 84 2239 USB worked RAYMOND 07 w/pp to DYESS wx. (JH)
HICKAM 1613 USB wkg PACOM 01 w/pp's. At 1819z, FIREANT called,
raised, but did not hear NIGHTWATCH 01. NIGHTWATCH 01 2003 USB called
SNOWPLOW. At 2028z, DUCKCALL worked NIGHTWATCH 01 & entered the net.
At 2047z, DUCKCALL worked TENACITY. At 2119z SNOWPLOW worked
DUCKCALL & exited the net through DUCKCALL (NIGHTWATCH 01 had gone
monitor only for 30 mins.) DUCKCALL kept saying that SNOWPLOW was
entering the net. At 2131z, NIGHTWATCH 01 called and raised SNOWPLOW,
but was informed by SNOWPLOW that he had already left the net.
RAINFALL 0031 USB worked NIGHTWATCH 01 & entered the net. WORKOUT
1607 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01. At 1605z, WORKOUT worked NIGHTWATCH 01
& entered the net, w/NIGHTWATCH 01 advising WORKOUT that NW01 would
perform comm cks on the hour. At 1612z, DECKHAND worked WORKOUT. At
1814z, DECKHAND worked WORKOUT in ANDVT which was not successful for
one party, & an answer ('affirmative') was given to a question
apparently raised during the secure comms. It may have involved pp
capability on the part of one of the players because the freq
suddenly lit up with an obvious pp between two parties w/general
friendly chatter for a few minutes & then gone. The freq then lit up
w/DECKHAND/WORKOUT chatter, & gone. Unusual to hear this from active
net players. CROSSFIRE 2006 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01. At 2010z,
CROSSFIRE worked NIGHTWATCH 01 & entered the net. Also in the net:
NECTORINE; BASSBOAT; TRANQUIL. At 2019z, NECTORINE worked NIGHTWATCH
01; requested data ck; and begged off by NIGHTWATCH 01. NIGHTWATCH 01
then called STAFFCAR. NIGHTWATCH 01 2118 USB worked BEANPOLE.
HIBERNATE 1637 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01 w/no response. MIDSTREAM 1717
USB worked NIGHTWATCH 01. At 1726z, DIGNIFIED worked NIGHTWATCH 01
& exited the net. This comm followed almost immediately w/MIDSTREAM
wkg NIGHTWATCH 01. NIGHTWATCH 01 told MIDSTREAM that DIGNIFIED had
just left the net, followed by MIDSTREAM asking the status of
DOORKNOB (answer not hrd, but suspect he was also gone.) At this
point MIDSTREAM asked NIGHTWATCH 01 if "TACAMO PAC and/or TACAMO CENT
are up" (maybe referring to DIGNIFIED and DOORKNOB replacements?)
Answer not hrd. At 1824z, MIDSTREAM worked NIGHTWATCH 01. (JH)
NIGHTWATCH: 1806 USB wkg WAR 46 for rdo ck loud & clear. REDBREAST:
1811 USB wkg NIGHTWATCH re entrance into net challenge routine; NW
also advised MADALINE was in net. NIGHTWATCH: 1928 USB wkg WAR 46 re
rdo ck loud & clear (KW2). NW01 1930 USB advised "just landed home
sta and will be off HF for approximately 1-1/2 hours". (LK)
NIGHTWATCH 2110 USB going secure with POOLHALL on P-Z175 ANGRYMAN
2111 USB advising NIGHTWATCH he will be monitor only. NIGHTWATCH 2113
USB going secure w/REPUDIATE. NIGHTWATCH 2121 USB adv POOLHALL he has
not hrd from FEARLESS since 18:45. (MF2)
SPAR 65: 0910 USB DV2+8 at STUTGUART diverted from geneva as not IFR.
Called ANDY for pp to RAMESTINE to talk to ops.Several pp followed.
(would have thought he could have shouted!)(DR2) SAM 204 0013 USB pp
re: 0140z arrival at Cherry Point, DSN 582-4442. (JJ) SPAR 19: 1917
USB wkg Andrews pp Metro & also request for QSY to another freq
advised try 646 (13440 list) & if no contact return to 94. SPAR 19:
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maintaining radio watch on 94 (9017). SPAR 19: 2010 USB wkg Andrews
advised Andy will come back up on freq 94 at 2320Z. (KW2)
9018
BRILL 12: 2036 USB wkg BRILL 11 coordination of helo refueling
contact UHF 396.2 & 134.85; advised by 11 no contact (Probably MC130E
refueling modified acft based at Duke Field FL). (KW2)
9019
RAID 15 0420 USB wkg PLANTATION for pp to NORDIC Control. After some
time, PLANTATION advises that NORDIC Control is unable to transmit.
RAID 15 informs PLANTATION that they must have a pp, a relay will not
do....RAID must speak to someone at NORDIC Control in person. (JC5)
9023
OKIE SAM 1822 USB wkg BLUECRAB in clear/secure voice. DEERHUNTER 2239
USB worked DARKSTAR MIKE. (JH) DRAGNET TANGO 1529 USB wkg DEER HUNTER
req to enter Alligator at Blood Alley. DT requested DH to ck his
"DRLP" as DT showed DH to be over the ocean. DT then entered "DRLP
Charlie", and still showed DH as being over the ocean.DH cked the
equipment, and claimed a malfunction. DT then "had" DH. At 1549,
Chalice Bravo entered the net, wkg DT requesting to speak with CT at
the Command Post, no joy. DT then cld DH re: "interrogative - recycle
Blood Alley" (JM4) Andrews 0235 USB wkg SAM 974. (LB2) DRAGNET SIERRA
1955 USB passing tracks to NORTHERN LIGHTS. DRAGNET SIERRA 2003 USB
passing new track at 37,000 at 564kt to NORTHERN LIGHTS. Few minutes
later SIERRA passes a revision. (MF2) DEERHUNTER SIERRA 1845 USB wkg
DRAGNET SIERRA re modem ? problems. Moving to frequency B-25 (not
found). DEERHUNTER advised DARKSTAR MIKE and DARKSTAR NOVEMBER also
"in this link" but DARKSTAR MIKE not hrd because of "AR" (MG)
9027
SAM 26000, 0453 USB dep Hickam AFB approx. 0330z for non-stop to
Andrews AFB, wkg. Andrews VIP for pps and periodic signal cks.(JJ)
9031
RFR 7C83 1308 USB wkg Architect. a/c unreadable, wx ETUL (Laarbruch)
& ETUR (Bruggen). (BH) ASCOT 1306: 1405 USB wkg ARCHITECT, standard
dep msg R. Northolt to Glasgow, Selcal AH-CK. RAF HS-125 (XX507) (PR)
9032
Ascot 5064: C-130 RAF 1312 USB wkg Architect dep. msg, selcal AKCL,
a/c unreadable. (BH)
9057
ASSISTANT 0311 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01. NIGHTWATCH 01 2026 USB
worked BALLPARK; BALLPARK worked SANDWICH. At 2036z, BALLPARK worked
SANDWICH and entered SANDWICH into the net for NIGHTWATCH 01. At
2047z, BALLPARK worked NIGHTWATCH 01 and left the net. At 2101z,
NIGHTWATCH 01 called BIG BURLEY and SANDWICH, raising BIG BURLEY at
2108z. At 2112z, BIGBURLY worked NIGHTWATCH 01 and requested to exit
the net. NIGHTWATCH 01 asked him to work SANDWICH to tell SANDWICH to
contact NIGHTWATCH 01 "through GLOBAL" (meaning, contact NIGHTWATCH
01 through a GHFS pp, & suggested that SANDWICH use HICKAM.) BIG
BURLEY told NIGHTWATCH 01 that he would "wire" (WB) SANDWICH w/the
info, & then left the net. MOONTEST 1705 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01.
At 1731z, JUDICATE worked NIGHTWATCH 01 and cked out of the net. (JH)
9120
SPAR 19 2314 USB wkg. Andrews VIP.(JJ)
10204
WORKOUT 1608 USB worked NIGHTWATCH 01. TRUNION 1914 USB worked
SENSITIVE. NIGHTWATCH 01 1541 USB w/an EAM. At 1543z, NIGHTWATCH
01 worked FURLOUGH (probably USN). At 1547z, TREETOAD worked
NIGHTWATCH 01 & entered the net. AT 1553z, TREETOAD asked NIGHTWATCH
01 if he could be reached by phone, & NIGHTWATCH 01 told him that he
could be reached by secure phone at the common DSN 939 number
associated w/NIGHTWATCH 01. At 1728z, NIGHTWATCH 01 told TREETOAD
that he was going monitor only for 1 hour (it lasted at least 2
hours.) At 1908z, PARAMOUNT worked TREETOAD and entered the net. At
1910z, PARAMOUNT asked for current tfc; was told by TREETOAD that
there "was something coming in now; and then was told that there was
no current tfc in the queue. At 1916z, PARAMOUNT told TREETOAD that
he was going monitor-only. At 1946z, FURLOUGH called NIGHTWATCH 01
but raised TREETOAD. FURLOUGH asked TREETOAD if he was ncs. TREETOAD
said words to the the effect of "sort of." CROSSFIRE 2008 USB called
NIGHTWATCH 01. At 2012z, CROSSFIRE worked NIGHTWATCH 01 for a signal
ck. BEANPOLE 2106 USB worked NIGHTWATCH 01, and entered the net.
NIGHTWATCH 01 1732 USB worked GOODBUNT (spelled). At 1746z, HIBERNATE
worked NIGHTWATCH 01 and entered the net. At 1837z, HIBERNATE worked
NIGHTWATCH 01 & requested to exit the net. HIBERNATE was very active
w/BOOMTOWN both before and after he participated in the NIGHTWATCH
net. (JH)
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10872
C: SLHFB 1123 CW, Continuous "C" (MC) (Russian Navy, Moscow - LOGS)
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App (2) AMC a/c 1515 USB doing Training, like a open intercom between
two Pilots, They were running thought all kinds of inflight
Emergencies very interesting stuff and lots of talk of how C-141
Handles. (MH3)
11153.5 SAM 050 2255 USB worked ANDREWS w/pp to SAM COMMAND. Arrival info re
Puerto Rico. (Apparent U.S. president vacation activity. Earlier on
the GHFS there was a pp from a "SAM" REACH flight stuck at the wrong
airport in the Virgin Islands because a second REACH flt w/specific
orders not to do something, did it anyway, forcing a diversion of
this REACH pilot to an airport that would not allow him to RON. (JH)
SAM 204 2135 USB wkg. Andrews VIP for pps re: 0010 arrival at
Burbank, CA. Air Force 1 2220 USB wkg. Andrews VIP & SAM 050 w/signal
cks on new primary F-576. Previous primary was 8047. (JJ) AIR FORCE
ONE and SAM 050 2219 USB on F576 following QSY from 8047 kHz. SAM
050 ran a patch to NAS Roosevelt Roads metro DSN 831-4578 at 2208Z on
8047 kHz to request 2300Z landing wx. AF ONE is apparently also
headed to Rosie Roads, since they indicated to Andrews VIP that they
would copy the wx from SAM 050's patch. (RJL)
11175
CTM 1082 1309 USB wkg MacDill. pp MacDill PMSV for .... wx. Asked
MacDill to call them on selcal :-) Rare log on 11175. Reach 20T1 1310
USB clg MAINSAIL and Croughton. No joy. Navy 587 1312 USB clg
Incirlik. no joy. Reach 266 1316 USB clg Mainsail. no joy. Navy
CW870 1318 USB wkg Croughton. pp Quarterdeck: eta NAS Norfolk 1430
local, req 1530 dep, re 'charlie platoon cargo'. Reach T3 1342 USB
wkg Croughton, pp Ramstein PMSV wx ETAR 1600, Mildenhall 1630. Navy
50511: VP-3A 1349 USB wkg Offutt, pp Andrews Presidential Airways: no
joy on 675, -> 295 (which should be nothing hrd there, as 8 weeks
old Mark started delivering loads of local QRM at that moment). Warp
(?) 42: self-id AC-130 1415 USB wkg Croughton pp .... (at Incirlik?)
eta 1530, A2 "for 75", 13 pax (2 long term, 11 short) I came into
this one when they where halfway through the conversation, anywun hrd
the c/s spell, or who they were clg? KING 33: HC-130 1427 USB wkg
Andrews, pp tango/tanker ops, Keflavik: lost them, pp Keflavik PMSV
wx BIKF 1900Z. Reach 9405: C-141B (65-9405?) 1420 USB wkg McDill pp
.... base ops. BLUE 31 0954 USB wkg Blue 32, estimate AR2 (AR = Air
Refuel) 1019, Blue 32 has trouble on the ground, will be late for the
rendezvous, will close in from behind, Blue 31 stays with the
receivers. 0958: Blue 32 req altitude for ARCP: fl210, in the block
fl160-220. 1002: Blue 32 wkg Ascension req. wx for Lajes 1530, later
told Ascension to disregard as "we're getting the wx right now" Could
this have been (part of) the 24 A-10's returning CONUS from the
middle east I read about? Reach 460 0955 USB wkg Ascension for rdo
ck. Reach 11T4 1005 USB wkg Incirlik w/pp Incirlik AMCC: still on the
ground waiting for cargo to be pelletized, etd 1100Z. Also wants
Incirlik PMSV, but I didn't hear that patch. Reach 0280: C-141
65-0280 1008 USB wkg Ascension w/pp Ramstein Command Post: etb 1330,
A2 for pilot's NAV select panel, pilot's vertical velocity indicator
reads 200 ft high. pp PMSV wx ETAR 1330, pirep: C-141, 4916n 2227w,
fl370. 7UL: 1009 USB clg Croughton, no joy. Then wkg Incirlik, pp
COMSUBLANT CWO at DSN 564-6442: execute exercise "STEAM HIGHLY ALPHA"
+ authentication (sounded like a ship, was this a sub or someone who
needed a sub?) Reach 144 1026 USB wkg Incirlik for radio ck. Incirlik
1941 USB w/EAM for TACAMO SENT PRIMARY (send/cent?)(that would be
CENT, as in CENTRAL Command,(Middle East) - LOGS) Reach 08V3 1109
USB w/pp PMSV, pirep: 410955n 0071144e fl330 (that's lots of digits
in the posn... must be accurate to a centimeter!) IFO15: C-17A, IFOR
wkg Croughton, pp Ramstein PMSV wx Taszar, Split, Zagreb (all 1300)
& Sarajewo 1200, pirep: C-17 over Slovenia. Navy MO578 1118 USB clg
Mainsail. No joy. Reach G5: C-17A 90-0532 1129 USB wkg Croughton, pp
Ramstein AMCC: tailnr. 00532, etb 1340, A1, req. 120K fuel, RON, 10
crew, no space A, no off load, req. coordinate outbound cargo. pp
Ramstein PMSV wx ETAR 1330, Mildenhall 1430. Initiating w/"We're a
C-17 inbound Ramstein". IFO 09: C-130, SFOR, USAF 1006 USB wkg
Croughton pp PMSV for wx LIBR (Brindisi) 1140, also req. hazards at
fl210, so I assume it was a Herk. IFOR is now SFOR, but all the c/s
remained the same, IFx ##. Spar 66 1014 USB clg Mainsail. No joy.
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505: 1557 USB wkg Ascension. pp Hilda metro. (CH) PAT 893: Tail no
1-0108 2229 USB wkg Macdill for pp to Andrews Command Post. REACH
1786: C-141 1355 USB wkg MacDill w/pp to "RENO." RENO ID'D AS
KEFLAVIK COMMAND POST. AIR GUARD a/c 1306, 1321 USB clg MacDill for
radio ck. SHARK 23 1432 USB wkg Albrook for pp to LOBO. (DW2) SENTRY
02: 2340 wkg McClellan req pp to DSN 339-3108. SENTRY 02 told
McClellan to refer to him as EAGLE 02. McClellan directed him to 8968
& the pp was placed to MCC. Both parties stumbled to use the correct
callsign. SIERRA 7 OSCAR 1905 clg Elmendorf, stated he was executing
exercise BEARD IRON requested pp to LIMA 5 ALPHA at DSN 315-471-xxxx.
S7O's msg to L5A was: MTOU 181847 L5A's reply was: MTOR 181906 MTOU
or MTOR means? (GM) REACH 60207: 2130 USB wkg ASCENSION 2 w/pp to
Rosie Roads Base Ops. Gave unload specs. and passed tfc that the
(DV)?-6 wanted the Base Commander informed that he was arriving one
day earlier than scheduled. The pp quality was poor to RR, so ASC
relayed that DV-6 was General Abel. The name given in the clear?(JC5)
BLUE 32: KC-135 USB wkg Incirlik w/pp to Lajes AMCC. BLUE 32 along
with TREND 51 flight, a six ship of A-10's, our arrival will be
approximately 1530, BLUE 34 is right behind us they have five A-10's
and we plan on sending the fighters out for us having them land and
then also land. GOLD 02 1239 USB wkg Croughton for pp w/Mildenhal CP
followed by Metro. ETA 1430Z, GOLD 02 is a Grand Forks jet & GOLD 01
is from the Ohio Guard. YANKY 62: KC-130T VMGR-452 1257 USB wkg
MacDill for pp w/YANKY base. S375: C-20H 92-0375 89th AW 1259 USB wkg
MacDill. Requesting a discrete freq. Went over to 11217. TF456: P-3C,
VP-24 1307 USB clg MAINSAIL. No joy. VV JS239: C-9B, VR-46 1435 USB
clg MAINSAIL. No joy. (JD3) RAID 15 0125 worked MCCLELLAN w/pp to
NORDIC CONTROL/GOLD DO, & advised that RAID 15 was orbiting south of
HURLBURT & had boom problems. MCCLELLAN 1624 USB wkg _-? 99 (sounded
like TERM 99), putting TERM 99 through the challenge process, and
moving them to 11181. At 1713z, KEYHOLE called MAINSAIL for a radio
ck, w/very powerful but distorted audio. Just prior to his call,
11175 lit up with some brief ANDVT-type digital scratch. At 1719z,
KEYHOLE (now with clear audio on his "primary" radio) calls MAINSAIL,
w/ALBROOK responding at 1720z. At 1816z, FIREANT worked HICKAM for
NIGHTWATCH 01 wkg freqs: Z175. AT 1817z, something sounding like
ARTKEY (or similar) called MAINSAIL and raised OFFUTT. At 1826z,
FIREANT worked ELMENDORF. At 1830z, COLORBAR worked ELMENDORF w/pp to
NIGHTWATCH 01 (Z205/Z215/Z155). DECEPTIVE 0651 USB wkg ANDREWS w/pp
to NIGHTWATCH 01. This was followed by a sta sounding like DOOM or
TOMB wkg INCIRLIK (sometimes barely hrd here), passing multiple
3-element groups to INCIRLIK (such as IZ7 I7W...). At 0745z, TOMB (or
whoever) called MAINSAIL with no known response. KEYHOLE 1451 USB
called YOKOTA, but raised OFFUTT. He thanked OFFUTT, but told him he
wanted YOKOTA. At 1548z, QUEBEC ZERO ECHO called SKYBIRD just after
a FOXTROT broadcast on the GHFS. No response. At 1615z, SNOOP 39
called MAINSAIL, raised OFFUTT, & placed a pp to DAVIS MONTHAN. BLAY
80 (spelled) 1853 USB worked OFFUTT w/pp to ALTUS CP re a GASER ##
still on the ground. TRILLION 0202 USB worked ANDREWS (who he
mis-id'd as LAJES) for NIGHTWATCH wkg freqs: Z165/Z175. At 0640z,
TIGER 44 worked MCCLELLAN w/pp to RAYMOND 33. AIRFORCE RESCUE 865
1505 USB worked ALBROOK throughout local morning w/various pp's to a
DSN 246 number (COYOTE - New Mexico) re mountain rescue activity. At
1536z, TEAL 47 worked ALBROOK w/a pp to "Hurricane Center" (DSN 434
####).NIGHTWATCH 01 1318 USB worked MACDILL. At 1411z, COURTLAND
worked MACDILL w/pp to NIGHTWATCH 01 where COURTLAND exited the net.
At 1653z SINS 73 worked MACDILL w/pp to RAYMOND 32 (ACC command post
at POPE). At 1709z, OFFUTT w/a 20(JX)/20(JX)/26(T4) character EAM
set over a 12 minute period. RAID 41 1729 USB w/an "ops normal;
negative relay" msg to MCCLELLAN. ANDREWS 1440 USB called
"MAINTENANCE ____ _" (maybe MAINTENANCE CELL FOUR or somesuch.) At
1445z, CROUGHTON hrd active at fair levels - unusual to hear here at
this time, or anytime in the past year.) At 1514z, MACDILL responding
to a NIGHTWATCH call to MCCLELLAN. At 1516z, NIGHTWATCH 01 worked
MACDILL w/"tfc to alpha" (said to be both "voice" and "introduce to
AUTODIN".) At 1520z, NIGHTWATCH 01 passed a 26-character EAM to
MACDILL & req a voice & autodin time. At 1523z, MACDILL challenged
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NIGHTWATCH 01 and then went of to inject his tfc. At 1528z, ANDREWS
as lead GHFS sta popped up with the 26-character string. During
ANDREWS' transmission, NIGHTWATCH 01 worked MACDILL, with MACDILL
passing to NIGHTWATCH 01 a 1524z time for the voice transmission and
1527z for an injection to AUTODIN time. At 1841z, BIOGRAPHY worked
MACDILL and requested a wkg freq for data work -13242.0. ASCENSION
0720 USB worked various REACH flights (such as REACH 0134). At
0751z, GOLD 62 called MAINSAIL. At 1522z, SYCAMORE worked ANDREWS
for NIGHTWATCH 01 wkg freqs: ZULU 110/ZULU 145 (no activity hrd).
At 1833z, RAZOR 01 worked OFFUTT w/pp to ROBBINS wx. (JH) DIZZY 74
1450 USB wkg Albrook, Panama. ETA TIST, Tail # 701261". REACH 7360
1507 USB wkg McDill "ETA TIST 1755, Tail # 21866" (JM5) Reach 223
2300 USB wkg McClellan GHFCS w/pp to Travis Command Post re: cracked
nose manifold. Hawk 83 2317 USB wkg Andrews GHFCS w/pp to Raymond 37
re: Hawk 84 returning to Hill AFB due to mechanical problems. Also
reported that weapons were aboard. At 2323, Hawk 83 wkg Hawk 84 w/
discussion about where to land. Ascension GHFCS 2324 USB wkg unk a/c.
CARMEN 3: 1601 USB wkg MacDill pp DSN 433-XXXX Oceana NAS re C130
acft ETA 1945Z 15 pax. REACH 60128: 1619 USB wkg McClellan pp Hilda
West with request to depart Laughlin AFB early for return McChord
AFB. REACH 0002: 1628 USB //15016 wkg MacDill pp Dover CP/metro eta
1900Z id C5 acft 5 pax 73 seats available QSY to 15016 before pp by
request of McClellan advising MacDill they had a pp in progress & to
please change freq. KING 52: 1656 USB wkg Albrook pp DSN 854-8863
71st RQS ops negative contact. BRILL 11: 2041 USB wkg MacDill pp DSN
872-XXXX Current Ops re eta Duke 1630 local & notification of family
members. BRILL 11: 2049 USB wkg MacDill pp Barksdale Base Ops advised
will not be landing for fuel. BRILL 12: 2101 USB wkg MacDill pp
Barksdale metro for wx eta 2230Z. REACH 60032: 2111 USB wkg MacDill
pp Travis Cmd Post id'd as KC10 acft enrt from Moron Spain to Travis
eta 2000L (0400Z) maint status a3 request for customs. BRILL 11: 2116
USB wkg MacDill pp Eglin metro wx for Duke Field 1630 local. TEAM 30:
0141 USB wkg Ascension pp metro for Key West NAS wx 2130 local. REACH
5030: 0353 USB wkg Ascension pp metro re McGuire & Dover eta 0600Z
pirep posn 43N 48W FL 310, probably KC10 acft (KW2). MacDill 1948 USB
w/pp for SHADOW 31 to DNS#872-4800 Eglin meteo. REACH 4 JULIETT 1
1945 USB clg MAINSAIL,no joy. Ascension 1936 USB w/pp for AEROVAC
40616 to Andrews CP McClelland 1931 USB wkg pp for KING 73 to DSN
493-2071 Maxwell AFB,meteo. McClelland 1947 USB wkg pp for KING 88 to
KING OPS Andrews 1853 USB w/pp for REACH 7035 to HILDA east (7035
tail#70035). Andrews 1858 USB w/pp for CHARLIE WHISKY 720 to
DNS#678-3062. Andrews 1905 USB w/pp for OTIS 02 to DNS#582-3000/2501.
Albrook 1922 USB w/pp for SHARK 23 to LOBO. Albrook 1941 USB w/pp for
SHARK 26 to LOBO. Albrook 2003 USB clg SHARK 85 nothing hrd. Albrook
2018 USB w/pp for SHARK 26 to LOBO. Ascension 2022 USB w/pp for REACH
4 HOTEL 3 to HILDA West. Albrook 2038 USB w/pp for WISE 81 to a DSN#
SEMINOLE OPS?. MacDill 2115 USB w/pp for JAMBO 32 to OFFUTT OPS.
McClelland 2132 USB w/pp for JAMBO 32 to Barksdale meteo. Andrews
1918 USB clg TRITON 19 for a radio ck. Albrook 1920 USB w/pp for NAVY
CHARLIE WHISKY 580 to Howard CP. Ascension 1932 USB w/pp for SIERRA
4 JULIETT GULF to UNID. GASSER 91 1934 USB looking for radio ck,
Albrook fair to readable. Offutt 1938 USB w/pp for REACH 0220 to
DNS#969-6430 CARBON COPY also Kelly meteo. MacDill 2001 USB w/pp for
REACH 8 JULIETT 8 to Charleston CP. Albrook 1923 USB w/pp for SHARK
83 to LOBO. MacDill 1923 USB w/pp for TOIL 91 to TOIL Ops. MacDill
1925 USB w/pp for TOIL 91 to DNS#831-3393 Roosevelt Rds Navy Ops
C-130. MacDill 2017 USB w/pp for REACH 8 JULIET 7 to Furioue. TOIL
91 1917 USB clg Mainsail,no joy. Albrook 1937 USB wkrg PP for SHARK
87 to LOBO. Offutt 2005 USB w/pp for REACH 8306 to Andrews CP.
Albrook 2012 USB wkrg PP for SHARK 81 to LOBO & Howard meteo. Albrook
1922 USB w/pp for SHARK 21 to LOBO. Ascension 1923 USB w/pp for RAZOR
03 for Robbins, AFB meteo. Albrook 1925 USB making an all frequency
request for SHARK 21,83,85 nothing hrd. MacDill 1923 USB w/pp for
BEAR 13 to DNS#293-2500. Ascension 1914 USB w/pp for REACH 80220 to
Charleston CP. Andrews 1931 USB w/pp for HAWK 82 Dyess meteo.
MacDill 1935 USB w/pp for SENTRY 03 to MacDill meteo, also monitored
03 on UHF with MacDill CP on 311.0 discussing W470 range work, also
used 225.8 during earlier range work. Andrews 1950 USB w/pp for TITAN
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20 to Dover Base Ops & meteo. Andrews 2003 USB w/pp for REACH 030 to
McGuire meteo. Ascension 1917 USB w/pp for REACH 7 HOTEL 5 to HILDA
WEST. Albrook 1919 USB w/pp for SHARK 85 to LOBO. Andrews 1911 USB
w/pp for REACH 165 to Hilda East. Andrews 1928 USB w/pp for CHARLIE
WHISKY 990 to Howard Base Ops (CW990 is a C-130). Andrews 1932 USB
w/pp for REACH 8309 to Hilda West & meteo. (MF2) REACH 0128: 1310 USB
wkg Croughton. pp Cardcall (Wright-Patt. AFB). a/c 66-7959 (C-141)
going to Sigonella to swap w/a lame AFRes C-141 (50261). WALLA (?)
42: 1413 USB wkg Croughton.pp Brindisi AB (622-3012) An AC-130 eta
1530z. Nasty callsign to make out. REACH 199: 1420 USB wkg Croughton,
pp Gander Airport (Services or Ops in fact anyone that will answer
the phone in this case ) a/c was a C-141 (66-0199). BLUE32: 1355 USB
wkg Incirlik. pp Lajes AMCC. 32 has 6 A-10's in trail w/BLUE34 having
5 of same as covered by Johan Drost (PR) NAVY QE406: P-3C, VP-40
"Fighting 2349 USB Marlins" NAS Whidbey Island, WA, wkg Ascension
GHFS w/pp Duty Office, 820-DSN (Whidbey Island) for 'op's normal'
report. JAMBO 29: B-52 2nd BW Barksdale 2350 USB AFB, clg 'any sta'
no joy. (RB)
TERM 99 (sounds like) 1639 USB worked MCCLELLAN w/pp to RAYMOND
12 for an apparent brief connectivity ck, then went through the
challenge process with MCCLELLAN to "exit the net", and was gone.
BIOGRAPHY 1847 USB worked MACDILL in voice and data. (JH)
DEERSIGN 1852 worked BOOMTOWN. (JH)
SENTRY 30 (aka CHALICE ALPHA) 1823 USB worked TRENTON MILITARY for a
pp to RADAR MAINTENANCE. (JH)
SHUCK (or maybe SHARK) 96 2111 USB returning from Saudi enrt Tinker
AFB via "England & Goosebay" wkg Macdill on this "discrete" for pps
into Tinker AFB. hrd them earlier trying to raise McClellan on 15043
with no joy. Also, they began to make a patch through Elmendorf but
had to shut down for landing (unknown at the time to the
Elmendorf operator) When Elmendorf came back with the patch CROSSFIRE
advised the Elmendorf operator that SHUCK (or SHARK) had shut down
the equipment for landing. (JJ) MacDill 1956 USB w/pp for STINGRAY 41
to 305-953-2145 Opa-Locka USCG. (MF2)
German AF 264: 1348 USB wkg (DHM91 ?). Dep msg, Moron to Strasbourg.
(PR)
PACAF 01 2314 USB wkg Andrews VIP for pp to SPAR Operations. SAM 974
1824 USB wkg Andrews VIP for pps re:2050z arrival at Elmendorf AFB.
(JJ)
CFC 2957 1430 USB wkg Trenton wx, Shannon, Keflavik, phone patch DSN
270-1403/1412 (personal call to her (boy)friend) (BH) CANFORCE ONE
2127 USB (Airbus CC-150 Polaris with Canadian PM onboard) wkg
Edmonton Military with pp to Elmendorf AFB Dispatch. They had dep
Winnipeg at 2045 & their ETA in Elmendorf, Alaska was scheduled for
2350. Upon landing a new crew was set to fly the PM and 45 passengers
to the APEC (Asia Pacific Economic Conference) forum in Manila,
Philippines. A selcal ck of AS-CM and tail number of 15003 were
mentioned. Req actual wx for PAED (Anchorage/Elmendorf AFB, Alaska),
PAEI (Fairbanks/Eilson AFB, Alaska) & for PANC (Anchorage Inter'l,
Alaska). CANFORCE ONE 1242 USB (Airbus CC-150 Polaris with
Canadian PM onboard) wkg Trenton Military req Ottawa actual wx.
The PM was on his way to the summit of the Organization for Security
& Co-operation in Lisbon, Portugal which opened on December 2. (DR3)
Trenton Military 2220 USB wkg unk a/c re: wx rpt. CANFORCE 3725: 1651
USB wkg Trenton Military re ops matters advised Primary 11232
Secondary 9007 (KW2). CFC 1503: 1330 USB wkg Trenton Mil req wx LPPT/
LPAZ etc (PR)
AIR FORCE SYDNEY 0737 USB wkg unid sta (missed id; unhrd here). (JH)
MCCLELLAN 2305 USB as lead GHFS sta, w/a 20-character EAM "FOR CORN
POPPY." MCCLELLAN 1537 USB as lead GHFS sta, w/a 20-character EAM
"FOR TACAMO LANT PRIMARY." MCCLELLAN 1634 USB as lead GHFS sta
(OFFUTT seemed to assume these duties at 0000z 14 Dec), w/unusual
20(IA)/20(IA)/20(T4) character EAM set over a 13 minute period. It's
the concluding 20-character T4 string that makes it unusual (it's
usually 26-characters in length.) OFFUTT 1507 USB w/79-character EAM
(IAO6SA...) "FOR MAMIE AND GRUNK". Also a 20-character EAM "FOR MAMIE
AND GRUNK" at 1647z. SNOOP 51 1530 USB called MAINSAIL and raised
MACDILL for a brief radio ck. OFFUTT 1717 USB w/a now rare 20Pagina 145
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character T4... EAM. OFFUTT 1938 USB w/20-character EAM "FOR TACAMO
CENT PRIMARY." At 2108z, BEANPOLE called MAINSAIL, finally raising
THULE at 2110z, for NIGHTWATCH 01 wkg freqs: Z190/Z175/Z165. (JH)
Offutt/MacDill/Thule 1647/1648/1649 USB EAM broadcast for Mamie &
Grunt "IAMAV2.." (KW2). MacDill 1950 USB w/pp for REACH 1191 to
Travis meteo. (MF2) APNEA 95: 1400 USB (c/s from phonetics) msg to
Thule. Thule tries to relay to Croughton but fails.The background
noise from this guy sounded just like the noise I used to hear on
UHF from U-2's. HUSKER 71: 1405 USB wkg Andrews, pp somewhere - very
weak a/c but was over Newfoundland I think. REACH 508: 1615 USB wkg
Croughton. pp Hilda East. C-5 (60023) wanting a quick fueling at
Lajes (2000z) before heading to Dover. a/c at 41N 1E. (PR)
11246
294: 1040 USB OVC in some Scandinavian language, figures 294
tentative, any ideas on OVC?. (BH) Danish AF 1425 USB wkg "Primrose".
Then to RTTY. (PR)
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ASCOT 3201: Tristar 1948 USB clg Haven. No joy.(BH) ASCOT 5484 1335
USB wkg ARCHITECT. Dep msg. Selcal AK-DJ, RAF Herc C3 (XV304). (PR)
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AFB 632: 1417 USB wkg ?? (poss _YG). Belgian AF a/c with 4pob all
comms in FF. Prob something from Melsbroek AB (C-130/HS748/B-727 or
with 4pob, possibly a Falcon 900). (PR)
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NIGHTWATCH 01 1832 USB worked UPPERCUT in voice and data. At 1858z,
NIGHTWATCH 01 worked VARIABLE. At 1902z, NIGHTWATCH 01 worked
UNWANTED. At 1926z, VARIABLE worked NIGHTWATCH 01 and exited the net.
COLORBAR 1832 USB worked FIREANT. At 1837z, FIREANT worked NIGHTWATCH
01 & entered the net through the challenge process. At 1847z,
CORRUGATE worked NIGHTWATCH 01 & entered the net. GUIDEPOST 1810 USB
called NIGHTWATCH 01 for a radio ck. At 1836z, very weak sta calling
unid sta (may have been clg NIGHTWATCH 01) & passing HOTEL msgs in
the blind. At 1906z GUIDEPOST worked NIGHTWATCH 01 & exited the net.
CROSSFIRE 2013 USB worked NIGHTWATCH 01 in clear voice and ANDVT. At
2020z, NECTORINE worked NIGHTWATCH 01. At 2024z, NIGHTWATCH 01 worked
STAFFCAR. (JH) NIGHTWATCH 01, 2241 USB as net control, wkg. FIVESPOT
and ABRUPTION. Also mentioned using Zulu 211 (12070).(JJ)
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C: RN Moscow, RUS: 1204 CW cont C (ANDL)
12808.5 VTF7, IN Bombay, IND: 1329 CW v-mkr:k VVV VTG4/6/7/8/9 (ANDL) VTG:
Navy Bombay, IND 1225 CW VVV marker (HS4) VTG: Mumbai, India 1410 cw
cq de vtg -cw marker from. (MS4) (This is IN Bombay - LOGS)
12823.5 CTP, NATO Lisboa, POR: 1328 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
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VTP7, IN Vishakhapatnam, IND: 1323 CW v-mkr: VVV VTP 4/6/7 (ANDL)
VTP: Indian Navy Vishakhapatnam, India 1335 CW-vvv vvv vvv de vtp
4/6/7. (MS4)
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4XZ, IN Haifa, ISR: 1311 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
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CORRUGATE 1840 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01. STAFFCAR 2130 USB called
NECTORINE, and then called NIGHTWATCH 01. BIG BURLEY 1842 USB worked
MACDILL w/voice and data comms. (JH) NIGHTWATCH 01 1923 USB wkg
CORRUGATE on ZULU 215. (MF2)
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NIGHTWATCH 01 1847 USB worked SENSITIVE, & moved to Z270. At 1854z,
TRUNION (apparent USN opr) w/a 26-character EAM. At 1900z, TRUNION
worked SENSITIVE. At 1902z, CAPTIVATE called TRUNION. At 1904z,
TRUNION worked NIGHTWATCH 01 & discussed activity on what sounded
like ZULU 330 (not found.) (JH)
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SPAR 19: 1919 USB calling Andrews -- no joy freq 646 (KW2).
13527.9 S: RN Arkhangelsk, RUS: 1257 CW cont S (ANDL)
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C: RN Moscow, RUS: 1257 CW cont C (ANDL)
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NIGHTWATCH 01 2031 USB worked BALLPARK and moved him to ZULU 270. At
2036z, NIGHTWATCH 01 worked BALLPARK again & moved him to Z180.(JH)
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NDQV: USS Spruance (DD-963) 2235 USB odd log of the month, wkg
AFA1EN, USAF MARS, w/pp tfc, ID'ing as November Delta Quebec Victor,
the ships inter'l callsign. (RB) "FLIGHT PLAN" USA 1824 USB p/p via
"PINE TREE" to "CRICKET" Lots of gossip before official business.
"FLIGHT PLAN" was airborne to Norfolk VA from Montana (RM)
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AFF Romeo 4 (?) - UNID (USA MARS ?): 1454 USB m sx EE w/UNID, hrd
only s/off (ANDL) AAR3CB: Unid: USA Mars 1529 USB wkg AAM3PP: Unid:
USA Mars, with admin chatter. (DW2) U.S. Army MARS stas 1620 USB
chitchatting (RM)
14441.5 NNN0COG: USS Enterprise, 1357 USB Clg Stateside.(IB) NNN0CNM: USS
Cleveland 1243 USB calling any MARS sta stateside for pp, but no
reply (MS)
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14956.5 Unid: U.S. Navy? 0550 CW sending tfc re "Boost school is located NTC
SD (Naval Training Center, San Diego I assume), faded, then caught
"naval reserve training corps".... (RB)
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Blue 81: KC-xxx 1313 USB clg Lajes. No joy. Reach 2401 1420 USB wkg
Ascension, pp PMSV for ETAR wx, later wanted to know "if there's any
sta in Europe with 2 miles vis and 1000 ft ceiling" to give you an
idea what wx we're suffering at the moment over here. (BH) DRAM: 1421
USB wkg Ascension w/operational msg tfc for relay to Croughton. RCH
165: aprox 1700 USB wkg Lajes. pp unid A1,1 bag mail, 4 pallets, 5
passengers, req score of football game. pp Cape Metro on 854-1110 for
wx at TAPA Antigua 2030z. Pirep C141, fl250, 0758N - 04241W. (CH)
Albrook 2103 USB w/pp for SPAR 50. Albrook 1911 USB w/pp for DIZZY 74
to Hilda East. (MF2) HAWK 71: B-1B crew training sqd 2137 USB 28th
BS, 7 BW, Dyess AFB, Tx, wkg Andrews GHFS w/pp McClellan meteo re wx
for 1845L. (RB)
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BIOGRAPHY 1844 USB worked MACDILL for voice & data, but they decided
to move to 11181. (JH) NIGHTWATCH 01 2030 USB attempting to wk.
Macdill. Then in the blind, referred Macdill to DSN 939-1852. (JJ)
16938
VTG8: Bombay Naval, IND 1025 CW EE WX forecast in local sections de
VTG8 Numerous call signs then into 4 gp coded tfc (GC2)
16986
CTP: Oeiras Naval, POS 1627 CW V mkr de CTP QSX 4 8 12 16 Mhz AR(GC2)
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4XZ: Haifa Naval, ISR 1825 CW V mkr de 4XZ (GC2) 4XZ: Navy Haifa, ISR
1157 CW VVV marker (HS4)
17093.6 AQP: Karachi Naval, PAK 0617 CW V mkr de AQP 4/5/6/7 (GC2)
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JELL: 1210 USB wkg Croughton - "with tfc" I hrd the same guy
5 mins later passing more and then again after another few
minutes denying that he had passed that last msg - after
enquiring if there was another JELL around, he went quiet (PR)
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NIGHTWATCH 01 1848 USB worked SENSITIVE and moved him to Z315.
NIGHTWATCH 01 2034 USB worked BALLPARK on self-id'd ZULU 270. (JH)
20048
C: RN Moskva, RUS 0852 CW non-stop keying of letter C. (ANG) C: RN
Moscow, 1101 CW,. S: 1106 CW (MC) (RN, Arkhangelsk - LOGS)
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SENSITIVE 1849 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01, with no response & gone.(JH)
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RJH66: Time sta 1606 CW. RJH63: Time sta 1706 CW.
Unid: 0130 CW-like pulses, some sounding like ltrs and others
having a dot fol'd by 9 dashes, or just 6 dashes, etc. I don't
remember TS Sta. WWVB, Ft. Collins, CO, USA, xmtng like this sev.
yrs ago. AnyWUN know whozit or whatzit? (RM)
77.5 DCF77 Mainflingen TS, D: 0300 TS (ANDL)
119.7 SXA, GNy Piraeus, GRD 0305 CW v-mkr: K13A/G VVV SXA/G/2G/3G (ANDL)
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NDB DED DeLand FL 0110 this beacon is local, and was off the air
for ~-8 weeks. Just returned to air in early Dec. (WP2)
206
NDB QI, Yarmouth NS 0115. (WP2)
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NDB LCU, unid, at 0934, 1000 hz; peaks N/S. (PC3)
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UNID NDB FK. (RH3)
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NDB TH, Thompson, Manitoba at 0637 (400 Hz, 1461 miles). (PC3)
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YAR Yaritagua, Venezuela (PVDE)
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NDB UDE, Delta sta, Manitoba at 1104 (400 hz; 1242 miles). (PC3)
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UCP: NDB, New Castle, Pa 0608. (RB)
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SMR Santa Marta, Colombia (PVDE)
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YNP Managua, Nicaragua (PVDE)
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NDB YNP Managua, Nicaragua 0528. (RH3)
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MIQ Maiquetia, Venezuela (PVDE)
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ZIP Zipaquira, Colombia (PVDE)
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NDB TV, Turner Valley Ranch, Alberta at 0812 (400 hz; 1918
miles). (PC3)
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UPI Barranca de Upia, Colombia (PVDE)
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RLA Unid (PVDE)
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NDB SBU, Blue Earth, NM at 0714. (PC3) FIS Fish Hook, Florida,
US (PVDE)
YN: NDB, Youngstown, Oh 0611. (RB) NDB MS, New Orleans LA
(int'l) 0349. (WP2)
NDB A, Jose Marti (int'l) Havana Cuba 0345. (WP2)
BOG Bogota, Colombia (PVDE)
NDB K Wabush Lake, NF,Can 0600. (RH3)
ZIY Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (PVDE) CL: NDB, Cleveland,
Oh 0613. (RB)
BGI Adams, Barbados (PVDE)
YXL: NDB, Sioux Lookout, ON 0615. (RB)
DAV David, Panama (PVDE)
HOT Higuerote, Venezuela (PVDE)
QG: NDB, Windsor, ON, CAN 0616. (RB)
GUT Unid (PVDE)
NDB YKQ, Ft. Rupert, PQ 0356. (WP2)
NDB MS Monticello, NY 0603. (RH3)
KIN Kingston, Jamaica (PVDE) PN: NDB, Portmenier, PQ 0621.(RB)
NDB KIN, Kingston Jamaica (Norman Manley int'l) 0357, had a t5
note. Listed in Stryker's as 1KW but at 10 feet of elevation.
Kingston is ringed with high mountains, and on the south side of
the island. This one is a "tuffy" even in Florida. I've copied it
only twice in several years. (WP2)
GND Point Salines, Grenada (PVDE)
NDB TZ Winchester, VA 0031. (RH3)
NDB FVX Farmville,VA 0515. (RH3)
NDB TEC Blacksburg, VA 0543. (RH3)
ZDX VC Bird, Antigua (PVDE)
VVC Villavicincio, Colombia (PVDE)
MF: NDB, Mansfield, OH 0624.(RB)
BUN Buenaventura, Colombia (PVDE)
ZIN Great Inagua, Bahamas (PVDE)
AJL Abejorral, Colombia (PVDE)
POS Piarco, Trinidad (PVDE)
NDB EMR Augusta, GA 0130. (RH3) NDB NA, Natasquan PQ (long
dash after call) 0335. (WP2)
SPP San Andres Island, Colombia (PVDE)
NDB JT, Stephenville NFLD 0335. (WP2)
DDP Dorado, Puerto Rico (PVDE) UNID NDB 3B. (RH3)
PAR Parrita, Costa Rica (PVDE)
NDB G, Charlottetown PEI (long dash after call) 0345. (WP2)
NDB PIE, u/i weak in FLA, but sure of call 0342. (WP2)
NDB PIE, Bucaramanga, COLUMBIA at 0801 (1000 hz DSB; poss new ID
for ex-BGA?. PIE Unid (much stronger here than in St Lucia). HIV
Punta Caucedo, Dominican Republic (PVDE)
NDB HAI, Three Rivers, MI at 0827. (PC3)
C Camaguey, Cuba (PVDE)
NDB CKI, Kingstree SC 0349. (WP2)
NDB IBU Statesboro, GA 0428. (RH3)
NDB GDV, Glendive, MT at 0834 (DSB; 1443 miles). (PC3) ECX Unid
(PVDE) NDB JU, West Jefferson NC 0355. (WP2)
NDB CTZ Clinton, NC 0452. (RH3)
CBC Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands (PVDE) UNID NDB EK. (RH3)
NDB EOG Greensboro, AL 0406. (RH3)
PTE Portete, Colombia (PVDE) GAS: NDB, Gallipolis, OH 0640. (RB)
NDB TU Tupelo, MS 0411. (RH3)
NDB MMT Columbia, SC 0421. (RH3)
UNID NDB VA. (RH3)
NDB ZRH, unid, at 0528 (1000 Hz DSB, peaks NE/SW). (PC3)
YWA: NDB, Petawawa, ONT 0645. (RB)
Unid: 0250 USB unid. nav. sys. DGPS(?)--seems to fit Ary's
description of it (RM) (is 100bd MSK or 250bd/300bd QPSK if DGPS LOGS)
Unid: 0254 USB sounds a little bit like a modem with bursts fol'd
by stop/start(?) tone (RM)
Unid: 0258 USB same as described on 1720 kHz (RM)
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Unid: 0258 USB same as described on 1720 kHz (RM)
Unid: 0259 USB same as described on 1720 kHz (RM)
Unid: 0300 USB same as described on 1720 kHz, but appeared to be
farther away from my QTH, and more distant than that hrd on 1750 \
kHz (RM)
Unid: 0300 USB same as described on 1720 kHz, but appeared to be
farther away from my QTH (RM)
Unid: 0304 USB same as described on 1720 kHz, and as strong as that
one (RM)
Unid: 0305 USB same as described on 1720 kHz, but slightly
weaker (RM)
3FZZ: 0150 CW unable find in cfl or klingenfuss...ANYWUN??? (AM3)
6CC: UNID 2133 CW Repeated msg = qtc nr335 qta 02 2000 noe 96 gr07
fm 6CC to DG5 Z9C GI8 GNO 4QT = ycne mzqb oblz nedf pbqm ahsn pbqm
= (DW)
FQY - Unid Net: 2232 CW sx handkeyed QSO with MIH and HIA, QSA
tfc (GER) (FQY, MIH, and HIA are all Swedish Navy - LOGS)
X - Beacon/?: 1900 CW cont X, quicker as the usual RUS
beacons/channelmarkers (GER)
UNID 2213 CW Tfc in five letter groups. Then odd repeat of
grps (DW).
"PCD2", Mossad, ISR: 1837 USB EE YL 5LG's of msg "Group 16", next sub
header REPEAT REPEAT msg msg GROUP 41 GROUP 41 TEXT TEXT followed by
next msg, 1902 vmf PCD2, 2043/2242z 5LG's. (GER)
UNID: 0044 CW 5 FGS, 0=0, fm machine (ANDL)
Lewina 04 - Unid Polish Net: 2330 USB sx PP, no pirate style
operation (GER)
3ZFT - UNID: 0053 CW w/UNID: OK DE 3ZFT 436 329 436 =, 5 LGS (ANDL)
A2A: unid 1801 CW radio cks with net
Unid 2313 LINK 11 Undecoded. (RR2)
UNID: 0338 CW cont: 8GHJK (ANDL)
UNID: 0024 USB sx m EE (American), private chat, pirates?, QRM by
UGC (ANDL)
"YZG4": 2242 CW QTC marker, wkg "IPWM".
"MIW2", Mossad, ISR: 1920 USB vmf EE cont. MIW2 (GER)
CHU, Ottawa TS, CAN: 0019 TS/USB m time ann (ANDL)
CHU: 0053 USB Ottawa Ont Can Time in ee/ff s12dB (RT2)
UNID: 0015 CW time ann: =990313??8?????, UTC +3h, but 2 min. too
late, see 3835.5 kHz (ANDL) (Russian Air Defense, see WUN August 1996
for details - LOGS)
A2A - Unid: 2202 CW v-mkr: VVV QRA DE A2A fm tape, after handkeyed
signs not readable (GER)
Unid: 2205 LSB II sx, chat abt radio/antenna-technic's: metri,
balun, vertical, etc., chat pirats? (GER)
Mossad? 1935 USB Alphas, YL. (IT) (yes, normally ART -LOGS)
UNID german pirate/chat net: 2309 LSB sx GG, CB-styl chats (ANDL)
Unid, 2140 ? Sounds like a nav signal. (AB)
Unid: 1844/2313z CW cont " = T4FD T4FD T4FD + F6X2 F6X2 F6X2 = ",
abt 2 seconds between each CW letter, next evening same phrase.
Some days later: = NVKL... + HXVH ... (GER)
Unid: 2116 USB m sx SS, cambio, fishermen ?, legal Spanish
ship-ship freq. ? or pirates (GER)
L9CC - Unid: 2218 CW cont CP17 CP17 DE L9CC L9CC V fm tape (GER)
YMH: Bandirma Meteo, TUR, 0720 CW Wx EE.(CK)
YMB20, Bandirma Meteo, TUR: 1926 CW tfc, end with 3 IDs (GER)
BHDW - UNID: 1705 CW wkg sx and clg styl: QWLZ DE BHDW K, later
w/JRF4, TR8P, etc. (ANDL)
RJD56 - Unid, RUS?: 2134 CW ment.: " .... 88 89 90 92 93 99 100 104
105 106 109 112 113 115 120 +, later: CQ CQ CQ DE RJD56 RJD56 QTC
and again numbers: ... 148 162 163 ... 182 184 185 191 192 194 197
198 200 +, handkeyed, correction by I I (.. ..), any idea? (GER)
Unid: 2353 CW 5LGs, no "special" signs, header: BT NR 16 ...
01:01:07 1996 BT, time is CET (GER)
PTE - Unid: 2118 CW msg, header: = QTC NR 95 QTR 241000 OKT 96 GR
12 FM PTE TO 6XN =, msg NR 96 / GR 09 to MHD, 4 ltr grps, see 3751
kHz (GER)
1GA - Unid: 2100 CW msg, header: = QTC NR 92 QTR 232300 OKT 96 GR
16 FM 1GA TO (5HD ?) =, 4 ltr grps, next msg: QTC NR 93 QTR 232300
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OKT 96 GR 17 FM 1GA TO 2CC = 4 ltr grps (Date was 23.Oct, the 2nd
23 means the local hour, I think), msg Nr.94 to 5KB (GER)
Unid: 1625 USB m EE, strong Irish/Scottish accent, chats, sounds
like full-dx, carrier all time QRV/background echo (GER)
DRK (Deutsches Rotes Kreuz/German Red Cross) Net: Monday/1750z USB
sx GG, ch.: IDed himself as "Frequenz BERTA", OPs seems to be
mostly HAM-OPs., chats abt radio technics and radio-exercises,
ment. also the frequencies CESAR, DORA (vy close together) and "new
Fq." ALPHA (on 1.8 MHz-Band but under 1,83 MHz), Stns hrd: DEK88
DRK-HQ: Bonn, DEK30: Hamburg, DEK34: qth? (any infos?). Seems to be
that these nets are once a month on Monday and (sometimes?) on
Saturday.
Unid: 2119 LSB sx SS ?, chats, no HAM-styl (GER)
UNID: 1722 CW giving time, UTC +3h, e.g.: 2022 (ANDL) Unid: 2132 CW
cont. time, UTC +3h, abt 1 min too early. Hrd regular. See 3883 kHz
(GER)
FNE, LRL, ETF - UNID net: 1852 CW (middle slow) sx QSOs, 5 LGS,
also FNE K, FNE R+ and QRX 5?, at 1758 LRL DE FNE 07_7467 COL= then
5 LGS, next starts w/ "ETF DE FNE QRV K", msg styl: ETF DE FNE
071848 COL = then 5 LGS, Date was 07.Jan., all msg start w/ AAZKH
and end w/ =K, coord. by using Q-Codes like: DE ETF QRZ? K, QSV K,
DE ETF NN QSP?, etc., handkeyed. any infos ?? (ANDL)
Unid: 2002 USB m SS, dx ? (GER)
Unid: 1811 CW 5 ltr grps, incl. special signs like: ..-- / ---. /
etc., used: K, BK, =, etc. in QSO, not sx ?. Unid Balkan net: 1847
LSB m sx Unid Balkan/ex-YUG language (GER)
Unid, Russian Military?: 0200/1722/2125z CW stn gave e.g.: =99
2122??8????? (2122 is time, UTC +4h) then: = and 14 figures (T=0),
at 1723 =992123??8????? and: = 14 figs, at 1724 =992124??8????? and
agn = 14 figs, etc. System: each transmission starts exactly at the
second of the new minute with =99xxxx??8????? (xxxx : Time UTC+4)
til m+20sec, abt half minute nothing then one or two msgs of 14
figs after =,if 2 msg send the time-id came later then min+0sec, at
2125 they are 5 sec too early, so no atomic-clock synchro? Any
infos abt this one ?? (GER) (Russian Air Defense. See WUN August 1995
for details - Logs)
UNID Russian tfc Net: 1842/2111 USB sx RR, mostly YLs, tfc / msgs,
stns: (Arbad?), etc. No chat pirats ! Hrd vy regular. Any Infos ?
(ANDL) Unid: 2111 CW 2x5 fig grps, T=0, handkeyed (GER) Unid
Russian net: 1552/2204/0011z USB sx YL/OMs RR, ment.: Minsk, hrd:
(Arbad) clg (Amba), no chat-pirates !, passing short msg and OP
chat, (arbat) acting as net-ctrl. vy regular hrd. Big net ! mostly
YL-ops (GER)
Unid: 2200 LSB m sx EE, Scottish/Irish accent, fishermen/pirats
(GER)
UNID Spanish net: 2109 USB sx m SS, cambio, chats, pirates ? (ANDL)
Unid: 2206 CW cont: 627 627 627 52514 52514, s/off at 2209:627 627
627T T (GER)
VDE - Unid: 1703 CW v-mkr: VVV VVV DE VDE VDE VDE. 59+20 at DL
evening, so no DX...hi, 1705 ... VDE = = 54789 54789 32T14 32T14
98545 98545 ..... 2x5 fig grps, T=0 Unid, 1703 LSB m RR, mni
numbers in tfc. Military ? (GER) (Hungarian Intelligence, CW-sister
the 3-note oddity numbers station - LOGS)
UNID: 2117 CW 5 LGS, msg-header: BT NR 68 1 01 22:17:33 1997 BT.
UNID GG number? stn: 2101 USB GG vmf YL cont: 75V/00 ("Sieben
Fuenef Vau Strich Zero Zero", EE Zero instead of GG Null/Fuenef
instaed fuenf) s/off at 2105 w/ "ende". Only clg?-tape (/00 = 0 msg
fr 75V ??). Any Infos ?? (ANDL) (Better known as "The Strich". Unid
used so far - LOGS) Unid russian: 2134 USB m RR, chat, but no
pirate-chat-styl more like pp, only 1 stn hrd, dx ? (GER)
Unid German number stn: 2137/2307z USB YL GG 2x5 fig grps, Neujen
as Neun=9, Funeeef instead of Funf=5. Hrd often (GER) (Swedish
Rhapsody numbers station - LOGS)
SSC1 - UNID: 1755 CW handkeyed, clg/wkg QK76, 5Q79, Y(..--)92,
etc. (ANDL)
UNID: 2202 CW time id once a minute, UTC +3h, by: =99T1T2??8?????.
(T1T2 means time 0102) (ANDL)
Unid: 1850 CW 1AZ 1AZ 1AZ ZYS ZBJ ZMV ZTJ ZUY ZCZ, s/off (GER)
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Mossad, ISR: 1848/2207 USB f EE, s/off w/ "END OF
TRANSMISSION" (ANDL)
3840
"YHF", Mossad, ISR: 1902/2231z vmf EE "YHF", 1904 ann (each 2
times): Two msgs, msg, Group 25, Text, then 5 ltr grps, 2234
header: msg (2x) Group 32 (2x) Text (2). 2212/0208z YL 5 ltr grps.
hrd vy often (GER) Unid: 1725 USB sx m SS, chat. 2230 USB sx m AA
chat (GER)
3841
Unid Russian: 1548 USB m RR, msg with a lot of numbers, only 1 stn
hrd, sounds like a "bulletin" (GER)
3844.5 UNID: 2115 CW numbers 13 figs grps, T=0, each grp starts w/ 63 (631
or 63T), except some rare grps, e.g.: 19T 631 6314567891234,
online/hand-keyed w/electronic-key, often w/ corrections given as e
e e (ANDL)
3845
Unid Russian: 1505 USB m RR msg with a lot of numbers, dx? (GER)
3850
UNID Russian: 1926 USB RR bad mode/unable to read, clg tape?(ANDL)
Unid: 1845/2115z USB m sx Dutch, chats, using: over, regular on.
Unid russian: 1543 USB m sx RR, ment: telefoni, na-priijom (=over),
calls: xxxxx and number ( e.g PLUS?? Sorok (Sorok=40) ). 1617 m RR
counting and clg Unid (GER)
3860
UNID: 2000 LSB vmm (vmm: voice mirror by male) RR, counting
1234567890 (2 times) after: Njamabat? (3 times) and ??????, s/off 2
times (Kak Slusatj). Not same as 3875, this one speaks much more
slower. (ANDL) Unid German ships, pirates: 0018 USB m sx GG with
strong Frisian accent, chats with a basic niveau. I don't think
thats a legal DL ship-ship QRG..hi, pirates ! (GER)
3861
Unid Russian: 1353 USB m RR msg with a lot of numbers. hrd regular
als LSB (GER)
3866
UNID: 1955 CW 5 LGS, using: .-.- / ..-- / etc., end w/ .... KAKBB =
859+ (ANDL)
3866
Unid spanish net: 1721 USB m sx SS, cambio-styl, regular on (GER)
3868
Unid spanish net: 1715 USB m sx SS, vy often on (GER)
3872
PTQA - Unid: 1730 CW clg NDZS. 2359 VJIR clg Unid. 2221 Unid w/5LGs
(incl.: ---- / .-.- / ---. / ..-- ) end with: =224K . Hrd nearly
daily CW-tfc on this fq. (GER)
3875
UNID: 1724/1743 USB vmm RR, counting after ????? (??Rasatj ??
stotri ?? (stotri = 103 (sto-100, tri - 3: -LOGS) weak/bad
mode/quick) in RR, voice mirror fm tape. Hrd nearly daily. vy
strong FAX QRM by Moscow Meteo (ANDL) Unid Russian: 1539 USB m
cont. vmm/voice mirror !! RR fm tape: xxxxxxxxx (??) 1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10. See 4040 kHz (GER)
3876
Unid: 1758 CW handkeyed VVVs, later sx QSO/tfc, 5 ltr grps, using
special signs: ..-- / ---. / .-.- / etc. (GER)
3877
Unid: 2028 USB scrambled voice. 1613 USB m sx Scandinavian lang.,
chats (GER)
3880
Unid Spanish net: 1755 USB sx m SS, background noises so fishermen?
Unid 2010 LSB sx m SS, cambio. Hrd regular (GER)
3883
Unid: 1515/2059/2217z CW cont giving only time UTC +4h, at 2059
e.g. giving: 0059, exactly at 2100 it gave 0100. sometime the
minute-info came abt 1 min too early, so no atomic clock synchro,
end oct. it gave time UTC +3h, end of local summertime ? vy often
hrd. See 3803 kHz (GER)
3883
Unid Spanish net: 1720 USB sx m SS (GER)
3885
UNID: 1922 USB sx m EE, scottish/irish accent, fishermen - pirates
? (ANDL)
3886.5 AEM1JQ & AEM1ZLB, D 0815 LSB private chat, ops: Joe and Byron.(ANG)
AEM1ZLB: USA MARS (where?, OP:"here in Germany"), D: 1645 LSB (!!)
m EE, Army MARS training lessons, basic infos abt what is MARS,
etc., 1653 wkg sx AEM1RW./T, 1655 wkg AEM1EU/J. (GER)
3888
Unid: 1905 USB sx m SS (or II), cambio (GER)
3890
UWS: Kiev Radio, UKR: 2012z CW msg, ID by msg-header: KIEW 121 25
31/12 0930=...., 2030 cq-mkr, 2035 tfc-list, 2030 tfc (ANDL) UWS?:
Kiev Radio, UKR: 1936 CW RR/Ukrainian msg to UTMQ, UYAE, UVHL,
UREV, etc., ID by header: KIEW 877 55 23 1620=, 23 is the date,
then cfm-tfc: UYAE OKASDE, UVHLOKASDE, UVHL OKOKOKAS, etc., dx/QSX
? (GER)
3896
6 Oscar 8 - Unid: 1958 USB EE with French accent, clg 9IO0 Unid:
2100 USB m sx EE Scottish/Irish accent, chat, fishermen?. (GER)
3897
Unid net: 1715 USB scrambled voice after RTTY synchronization/170Hz
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Shift on 3798.7 kHz, vy often on. See 3842 kHz, seems that RTTY
synchro is 1.7 kHz higher as voice tfc ? (GER)
3900
UNID: 2004 USB m sx AA (ANDL)
3901
RTM - UNID: 1748 CW cont: QTC NR21 QTR 07 1900 IAN 97 GR 10 FM RTM
TO 5R7 ALW 8RT GTX RSO == XTSD BXOBLHHOSYADAASQIBLPQKCW
WWQRXZPDNOAG ==. Date was 07 Jan (=IAN). 1845 USB sx UNID E-EU
language (ANDL) Unid: 1758 USB m sx EE vy strong Scottish/Irish
accent, fishermen ? (GER)
3902
Unid: 2224 CW sx 5LGs, incl.: .-.- / ---- / etc., handkeyed, end
with: AR RPT AL QLN K (GER)
3905
Unid Spanish net: 1804 USB m sx SS, cambio, ment.: telefonia,
"background noises" so fishermen? vy often hrd (GER)
3907
UNID: 2022 CW cont.: 7T499, ending by ..... 37 37, followed by 5
FGS, T=0, s/off with ; (ANDL) Unid: 2154 CW 5FGs, T=0, end with;
(GER)
3908
Unid: 0023 USB m sx EE with strong Irish/Scottish accent, chats,
background noises so fishermen? pirates ? (GER)
3911
Unid: 2025 CW cont 71246, later 27 27 and 5 fig grps, T=0, hand but
electronic keyed. (GER)
3913
Unid FF net: 1840 LSB m sx FF. Unid Italian net: 1901 USB YL
II, chat-styl, looks like dx (GER)
3913.5 UNID: 1925 USB sx AA (ANDL)
3915
Unid: 1955 USB m SS (GER)
3920
Unid: 1956 USB m sx SS (GER)
3932
Unid: 1756 CW sx QSO, 5 fig grps, T=0 (GER)
3996
N3S8 - UNID: 1402 CW 5 LGS to HWQ6, msg-end/header: =N3S8+ HWQ6
HWQ6 DE N3S8 N3S8 QTC 47 20 2 1502=324=, next: =N3S8+ HWQ6 HWQ6 DE
N3S8 N3S8 QTC 48 20 2 1504=324 HWQ6= ( 2 is day, 1502/1504 is CET
Time/UTC +1h) after @ cont. in slow CW: HWQ6 (clg-beacon ?) (ANDL)
4023
U.S. Army MARS stas, rgn 3, USA 1241 LSB net tfc (RM)
4026.9 Numbers sta 1229 CW 5LG using ltrs ANDUWRIGMT (RM)
4027
Unid numbers sta: 0315 AM OM/EE 5FGx2 (hermaphrodite voice) missed
call -up. Broadcast ended at 0340 with 862 862 130 130 00000 (JM4)
4028
Unid numbers sta: 0500 AM YL/SS rptg "Attencion 96904", then "96904
150" and into 5FG. Broadcast ended at 0519 with two "final". (JM4)
4032
The Russian Man numbers sta: 0400 AM Repeat of 0300 xmsn (JM4)
4035
Unid: 1835 LSB GG sx, HAM/CB-styl chats, pirates ?, south german
accent. (GER) ? Unid numbers sta: 0400 AM YL/SS 5FG - missed
call-up. Broadcast ended with three "final" at 0417. Unid numbers
sta: 0400 AM YL/SS rptg "Attencion 45598", then "45598 150" and
into 5FG. Broadcast ended at 0317 with three "final". Unid numbers
sta: 0400 AM YL/SS rptg "Attencion 54401 04242 80511". This is the
first time the last digit of the call-up didn't match. At 0402,
into three individual 5FG - one set for each header. Broadcast
ended at 0445 with three "final"(JM4)
4040
Unid: 1727/2104z USB cont vmm RR "russian counting man": ???????
700 and counting 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10. Hrd vy often on this Fq.
1728 QRM by Unid USB sx net in Turkish? on same Fq. See 3875 kHz
(GER) The Russian Man numbers sta: 0400 AM OM/EE with repeat of the
0300 5270 transmission, and of the previous nights' broadcast on
4032. Both this, and the above TRM broadcast changed frequencies
slightly from the previous night (JM4)
4043
Unid: 1735 USB GG sx, op Jochen, fm Austria?, HAM/CB-styl pirate
(GER)
4057
Unid: 2000 CW cont. 849 at 2005 NR 25 then two times a msg of 25
5/fig grps ended with +. At 2009 QRT (GER)
4150
UNID Russian (Military ?): 1340 USB m RR number codes, fm 'real' OP
online spoken, no machine/tape (ANDL)
4165
CIO2 - Mossad, ISR: 1747 USB vmf EE: CIO2 (ANDL)
4270
Mossad, ISR: 2106 USB YL 5LG (ANDL) Unid spy sta: 2108 USB YL
5LGs (GER)
4448
The Russian Man numbers sta?: 0300 MCW FG in rapid CW. Transmission
ended at 0321 with 00000.(JM4)
4450
The Russian Man numbers sta: 0300 AM OM/EE rptg "529" until 0303,
then "834 834 167 167 00000" and into 5FGx2. Again, a repeat
broadcast from the previous night. Transmission ended with "834 834
167 167 00000". The Russian Man numbers sta: 0300 AM OM/EE rptg
"529" until 0303, then "834 834 167 167" and into 5FGx2 with repeat
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of 0200 broadcast. Broadcast ended at 0332 with "834 834 167 167
00000". +40db again. (JM4)
4460
The Russian Man numbers sta: 0200 AM OM/EE (hermaphrodite voice)
rptg "376". At 0203, "491 491 37 37" and into 37 5FGx2. Broadcast
down at 0210 with "491 491 37 37 00000". The Russian Man numbers
sta: 0200 AM OM/EE rptg "376". At 0204, "491 491 37 37" and into 37
5FGx2. Broadcast ended at 0210 with, "491 491 37 37 00000". Repeat
of previous night's broadcast.(JM4)
4462
UNID: 2051 CW cont: 5T369, by machine, end with: ........., then 5
FGS (T=0) fr abt 5min., end and s/off w/ SK (ANDL)
4478
Unid numbers sta: 0400 AM YL/SS rptg "Attencion 58555", then "58555
150" and into 5FG repeat broadcast from 0300 6855. (JM4)
4479
Unid numbers sta: 0400 AM YL/SS rptg "Attencion 64592 53492 11222".
At 0402, into three individual 5FG sets - one for each header.
Broadcast ended at 0442 with two "final". Unid numbers sta: 0400
LSB YL/SS rptg "Atencion 64593 53493 01042". At 0303, into three
individual sets of 5FG - one for each header. Broadcast ended at
0441 with two"final". Not // with 6768. Unid numbers sta: 0400 AM
YL/SS 5FG - missed call-up. Broadcast ended at 0413 with three
"final". (JM4)
4506
RED CLOUD 362: Nebraska CAP 2342 USB w/ann for ck in's to the
regular net. (RB)
4507
Unid numbers sta: 0300 AM YL/SS 5FG - missed call-up. Broadcast
ended at 0317 with three "final". Not // with 6826. Unid numbers
sta: 0300 AM YL/SS 5FG - missed call-up. Broadcast ended at 0345
with three "final".(JM4)
4520
UNID Spanish: 2048 USB m sx SS, cambio (ANDL)
4530
The Russian Man numbers sta: 0500 AM OM/EE rptg "129" until 0503,
then "837 837 150 150" and into 5FGx2.Broadcast ended at 0529 with
"837 837 150 150 00000" Most likely a repeat of the 0400 6790KHz
transmission. (JM4)
4560
MOSSAD numbers sta: 0400 USB Three-Letter Phonetic/MOSSAD YHF(?)
extremely weak. YL/EE 5LG. (JM4)
4562.9 unid: 2230 cw 5FGs.(ANI)
4580
The Russian Man numbers sta: 0300 AM OM/EE 5FGx2 - missed call-up,
as transmission most likely started at 0230 judging by the group
count. Broadcast ended at 0315 with "508 508 392 392 00000" (JM4)
4600
Unid: Papua New Guinea. 0940 USB.Probably Weewak phone net. (AW)
4672
UNID Spanish: 2222 USB m/f sx SS, cambio, chat abt technics (ANDL)
4832
Unid: 0053 CW 5LG's incl.: ---./etc., end with: ... WKKBA= 549=,
nxt msg starts: ODBOLDBOLDBOQRC T45243T T35TT45 = T1T = A A A A A
ALYYN ....=549= (GER)
4863
UNID Spanish: 2035 USB m sx SS, cambio, s/off (ANDL)
4874
UNID: 2027 CW 5LG, no "special" signs, by machine, header: BT NR 35
J O8 21:34:21 1997 BT, send at: date 08 Jan/Time 21:33, so one min.
too early..hi (ANDL)
5000
YVTO: Caracas TS, VEN: 2233 TS/SSB time id each min. at 40sec by
m SS (ANDL)
5015
Two Letter German numbers sta: 0130 USB YL/GG rptg "Golf(?) Kilo"
w/electronic tones. At 0135, into 3/2FGx2.Broadcast ended at 0142
with "ende" (JM4)
5080
Numbers sta, unid 0213 USB YL w/5LG; at 0300 clg "298" then 5FG;
later w/827 call-up followed by "zero" (no tfc). Similar stas
logged 4790, 5153, 6790, 7910, 8175, & 11610 during 1996. (RB)
5090
Funafuti,Tuvalu 0820 USB calling Suva Fiji.Later wkg Suva.This is a
Direct line between the two countries.I consider this log my best
in 10 years.First time ever hrd. (AW)
5120
UNID: 2008 CW 5x2 FGS, T=0, given by machine, end w/ 427 427 135
135 - - - (ANDL)
5126
Unid: 0620 CW repeating "K2PW"
5130
UNID Spanish: 2235 USB m sx SS, op: Pedro, cambio (ANDL)
5135
Unid numbers sta: 0100 LSB YL/SS 5FG - missed call-up. Xmsn
continued with msg 04241 at 0116, and 62481 at 0130. Broadcast
ended at 0144 with three "final". LSB mode must have been an error
at the transmitter site. (JM4)
5146
6D5G, OZJ8, CW possible day frequency of the CW net reported
occasionally in the WUN logs on 3067 kHz same pattern of tfc
appears.Today's callsigns are "6D5G" (collective) and "OZJ8"
Pagina 153
WUN-v03
(mastersta). (CK)
5148
Numbers sta Enigma M12 2023 CW "140 140 140 0 0 0" - nil msg.
5196.4 KNDC 233: net control, 1953 USB wkg. W-9-A (W-9-A IDed as
Douglas County, [NV] EOC) and S-6-B, emergency op net for the
flooding etc. occurring in Pacific Northwest, re: setting up an
HF/VHF circuit. Also using amateur VHF 147.330. (JJ)
5224
Unid: 0855 ANDVT comms. (JJ)
5236
WPEH728: AT&T Conyers GA 1700 USB standing by for SHARES
exercise tfc Fairly active frequency. Also some SHARES msgs on
14396.5 in USB. (JM)
5238
USA/SPY "Counting sta" 0200 USB SP W 3/2FGs, callup for 519,
xlnt. Other carriers w/ same type background noise noted on
4891 (no tfc, period) and 5407 (went into unknown format data)
(ANUS) The counting sta numbers sta: 0200 AM YL/SS rptg "519"
w/1-0 count. At 0210, "Grupo 100" and into 3/2FG. The counting
sta numbers sta: 0200 AM YL/SS rptg "519" w/1-0 count. At 0210,
"Grupo 100" and into 100 3/2FG.Broadcast ended with "fin" at 0226.
The Counting sta numbers sta: 0200 AM YL/SS rptg "335" w/1-0
count. At 0210, "Grupo 140" and into 3/2FG. The Counting sta
numbers sta: 0200 AM YL/SS rptg "335" w/1-0 count. At 0210, "Grupo
140" and into 3/2FG. The Counting sta numbers sta: 0200 AM YL/SS
rptg "335" w/1-0 count. At 0210 "Grupo 140", and into 3/2FG.(JM4)
5258
Unid: 2324 CW hrd only msg end:=43610 =43410 PXD PXD ar s/off (GER)
5260
The Russian Man numbers sta: 0200 AM OM/EE 5FGx2 - missed call-up.
Broadcast ended at 0223 with "699 699 108 108 00000". The Russian
Man numbers sta: 0300 AM OM/EE rptg "257". At 0304, "699 699 108
108" and into 5FGx2. Broadcast ended at 0323, with "699 699 108
108 00000". Repeat of 0200 broadcast.(JM4)
5262.5 Unid: 0655 CW w/5FG's. (RB)
5265
HEP5: Swiss Police?, 0646 CW V-marker.
The Russian Man numbers sta: 0300 AM 0300 OM/EE rptg "504" until
0303, then "723 723 146 146" and into 5FGx2.Broadcast ended with
"723 723 146 146 00000" (JM4)
5268
HEP5: Swiss Police, Zuerich 1716 CW, "vvv vvv vvv de hep5 hep5
hep5 ar" marker (MC)
5270
SOUD/"Russian Man" 0300 USB EG W 5FG2x, callup for 504. This is
the same voice as hrd testing on the SOUD 14787 "WFO" tx from
Cuba (which usually runs RTTY) from previous week, but using normal
"zero" instead of the strange "veel" (ANUS) The Russian Man numbers
sta: 0300 AM OM/EE rptg "504" until 0303, then "723 723 146 146"
and into 5FGx2. Repeat of previous nights' broadcast on 5265.
Broadcast ended with "723 723 146 146 00000". (JM4)
5271
UNID: 0440 ANDVT comms. (JJ)
5277
PANTHER: DEA, Nassau, Bahamas 0025 USB wkg 53C, unid CG a/c, re
are enrt BRAVO 2 & are 76 NM at course 248; then 53 CHARLIE clg
PANTHER 400 (unid sta). (RB)
5284
Two Letter German numbers sta: 0400 USB YL/GG rptg "Whiskey Lima"
w/electronic tones. At 0405, into 3/2FGx2. Extremely weak. (JM4)
5301
UNID 2112 CW Long msg in 5 fig groups with break ending "ar = 181
= 62510" and into next msg (DW). OLX, MOI Praha/Czech Intelligence,
CZE: 1900 USB YL CC after CW v-mkr on 5302, clg tape, 5 FGs (GER)
5302
OLX, MOI Praha/Czech Intelligence, CZE: 1856 CW V-mkr: VVV VVV DE
OLX OLX, not 5301 as in WUN-Bull. 10/96. 1900 in USB on 5301 kHz
(GER)
5310
VDE: 0700 CW V-marker, 5FGs. (see Logs comment under 3820khz)
The Russian Man numbers sta: 0200 AM OM/EE 5FGx2 with repeat of
previous night's msg. Broadcast ended with "834 834 167 167 00000".
Another separate OM/EE TRM broadcast could be hrd in the background
starting at 0215. The Russian Man numbers sta: 0200 AM OM/EE 5FGx2 missed call-up. Broadcast ended at 0232 with "834 834 167 167 00000".
+40db here in western Arizona. (JM4) Numbers sta 0226 USB repeating
groups of 5 numbers. (LB2)
5312
Unid: 1409 CW 5LGs incl.: .-.- / ---- / ---. /etc. ,handkeyed, end
with: KWAAW RPT AL QWX AR (GER)
5326
RND79: 0645 CW clg RBW.(listed by Klingenfuss as R.Moskow feeder)
(CK)
5328
UNID 2126 CW Weak CW signals (DW)
5353
GQOL 0648 CW wkg 1XKH. (CK)
Pagina 154
WUN-v03
5355.5 UNID: 2257 CW 5LGS (ANDL)
5369
DSA1D - Unid: 1848 CW cont: DSA1D (GER)
5376
CVVL - UNID: 1943 CW 5LG, special signs: .-.- / ..-- / ---- / etc.,
tfc: QSZ=, clg-tfc ?: =SPN2K K, =LTSN9 K, =A(----)AKK K,
=EAR(..--)D K, =ZDR(.-.-)B K, =YECNE K, etc. (styl: = 5 signs K ),
on-ine hand-electronic keyed, w/ corrections, later clg: AKP2 AKP2
AKP2 DE CVVL CVVL QCZ RK and wkg (ANDL)
5384
DSA1D - Unid: 1851 CW cont: DSA1D //5369, or spurious ?(GER)
5437
Mossad - ART: 1932 USB YL EE cont ART, 1933 msg (2x), Group 51 (2)
Text (2x), 5LG, 2001 vmf: ART2, 2003 s/off without msg/ann (ANDL)
5442.8 L9CC - Unid: 2306 CW clg-tape to CP17: CP17 CP17 CP17 DE L9CC L9CC
L9CC V (GER)
5448
UNID: 1941 USB m sx language sounds Scandinavian ? (ANDL)
5479
Unid, 1134 USB Masterpiece w/Pink Tiger and Mystery Ship. Radio
cks (AB)
5718.8 Unid US Navy (?) device., 2144 ? Sounds like a weeping whale. (AB)
5720
UNID Russian: 1839 USB m RR tfc/msg, sounds dx, pp, data bursts
(ANDL)
5735
Unid: 2259 USB m FE'asian language ( seams like JJ? ), chat (pp ?),
only 1 stn hrd: dx? Unid: 2004 USB m sx FF/AA, passing FF-msg with
AA as coordination, incl. 4 LGs like HSMC AVEC etc. also styl: LGUI
UV LQOI DF DARI MF, often ment.: (L avar), STOP, Reference Tango
Oscar xxxxx, using NATO/ICAO spelling. North African military ?
(maybe to WUN-logged: 5731 FEC Tunisian Nat. Guard, but nw SSB ??),
INFO PSE !! (GER)
5746
UNID number: 1913 USB f EE 5x2 FGS (ANDL)
5750
ZARA1: 1045 CW "VVV AAA DE ZARA1 Q44 103 = RPT RPT VVV AAA DE ZARA1
Q44 103 = AR" ('0' as 'T').
5770
Two Letter German numbers sta: 0400 USB YL rptg "Whiskey Lima" with
electronic tune. At 0405, into GG 3/2FGx2. WL has been hrd at this
time/day on various 2LG frequencies. Increasingly rare catch.(JM4)
5774.5 4XML - Unid: 2227 CW tape, cont.: BFR7 BFR7 BFR7 DE 4XML 4XML 4XML
(GER)
5785
Unid: USB Gulf Fisherman net ?? (RT2)
5790
Cairo: 1330 USB AFTN tfc with Sharm El Sheikh and Alexandria.
5802
UNID: 2036 USB m sx SS, boat motor-background noise so fishermen ?
(ANDL)
5803.5 Unid: 2307 m sx AA (GER)
5810
IPR44: Rome Police 1430 ARQ 100/170 Test. (RR2)
5841
61AA 2015 USB passing posn report to PANTHER. 39C 1931 USB
passing report to PANTHER. 39C 1946 USB passing flight ops normal
to PANTHER. 52A 1935 USB passing ops and posn report to PANTHER
93D 1943 USB passing ops report to PANTHER. (MF2)
5909.5 Unid, 1113 CW 5LG's (AB)
6255
unid numbers sta: 0400 AM YL/SS 5FG - missed call-up. At 0406, two
"final". Then "Attencion 584 02",and "02 51" and into 5FG.
Broadcast ended at 0413 with two "final". (JM4)
6580.7 Unid: 2330 USB 2 OM/SS non-aero comms (RM)
6598
Numbers sta 1647 USB mechanical YL voice w/November..Delta..
Papa.. Victor.. [pause] November.. Delta.. Papa..Victor..
November.. [pause] Delta.. Papa.. Victor.. November.. [pause]
Repeat until 1649, November.. Delta.. Papa.. Victor.. [stop]
continued by intermittent signal w/o modulation and then terminated
by an "Xray" at 1650. (RO)
6666.5 Unid: 2336 USB 2 OM Unid: lang.didn't sound like aero comms (RM)
6688
UNID Arab: 1851 USB m sx AA (ANDL) Unid: 1835 USB sx m Arab (GER)
6697
MKL: 1449 USB wkg Z6G - ops normal msg for relay. (PR) F7Q 1630
USB wkg MKL. Immediate msg relay etc etc. F7Q says is in contact
with Shanwick so close down here (PR)
6768
CESID #s, Granada xmitter 0400 USB wkg/N. African CESID stas?
(CESID = CIA Spain) (ANEE) Unid numbers sta: 0400 AM YL/SS 5FG missed call-up. Extremely weak - faded out entirely. Unid numbers
sta: 0400 LSB YL/SS 5FG - missed call-up. Not // with 4479.(JM4)
6770
Unid: 1835 USB sx m Greek (GER)
6786
Numbers sta: 0610 "Atencion 14311 89661 87991" SS/YL/5FG,3 msgs.
2 finals (CS) Numbers sta 0653 USB Very strong, relatively "clean"
audio, female SS lang 5FG's numbers transmission. No LSB audio
found using R7's passband tuning. (JH)
Pagina 155
WUN-v03
The Russian Man numbers sta: 0400 AM OM/EE rptg "129" until 0403,
then "837 837 150 150" and into 5FGx2.Broadcast ended at 0429 with
"837 837 150 150 00000". The Russian Man numbers sta: 0400 AM
OM/EE 5FGx2 - missed call-up. Broadcast ended with "837 837 150
150 00000". (JM4)
6796
Unid numbers sta: 0500 AM YL/SS 5FG - missed call-up. Tape
stuck/jumped throughout broadcast. Ended at 0516 with three
"final". (JM4)
6797
Unid: 0502 CW Raspy CW, "DE AO" ??? (CS) Numbers sta: 0505
"Attencion 72302 51782 41592", into SS/YL/5FG msg. 2 1/2 finals
hrd, last one was cut off. Really booming in here at S9+50dB. Can
we say Remington? (CS) Numbers 0513 USB strong female SS lang 5FG
numbers transmission. (JH) Unid numbers sta: 0500 AM YL/SS rptg
"Attencion 72302 51782 41592" until 0507. Unid numbers sta: 0500
AM YL/SS rptg "Atencion 52303 94292 41593". At 0508, into three
individual sets of 5FG, one for each header.(JM4)
6800
UNID French: 1646 USB m sx FF, chats (ANDL)
6800
Unid: 2015 USB unid language (polish?) voice up after 6801.5 went
qrt 2015-2045 much qrm voice may be enciphered (ANEE)
6802
The Counting sta numbers sta: 0300 AM YL/SS rptg "015" w/1-0 count.
At 0310, "Grupo 186" and into 3/2FG.Groups repeated at 0325, and
ended with "fin" at 0340. The Counting sta numbers sta: 0300 AM
YL/SS rptg "015" w/1-0 count. At 0310, "Grupo 186" and into 3/2FG.
Groups repeated at 0325. Broadcast ended at 0340 with "fin". The
Counting sta numbers sta: 0300 AM YL/SS rptg "015" w/1-0 count. At
0310, "Grupo 186" and into 3/2FG. The Counting sta numbers sta:
0300 AM YL/SS rptg "015" w/1-0 count. At 0310, "Grupo 186" and into
3/2FG.(JM4)
6811
Numbers log 0548 USB very weak male numbers xmsn, maybe SS,
w/active voice comms on top of the numeric groups. Sign-off
promptly at 0550z (w/the voice comms continuing.) (JH)
6824
Unid Russian pp-stn: 1422 USB m RR, full-dx: signal QRV all time
with weak echo hrd in background and micro & line cracks, private
pp/telephone-tfc (GER)
6826
CUBA?/SPY 0300 USB SP W Atencion 04400 into 5FGs (as 3060 KHz),
weak audio (ANUS) Unid numbers sta: 0300 AM YL/SS 5FG - missed
call-up. Multiple groups of 150 sent. Broadcast ended at 0344 with
two "final". Unid numbers sta: 0300 AM YL/SS 5FG - missed call-up.
Very weak, sta faded completely out. Unid numbers sta: 0300 AM
YL/SS 5FG - missed call-up. Broadcast ended at 0315 with two
"final". Not// with 4507. Unid numbers sta: 0300 AM YL/SS 5FG missed call-up. Had msgs for 43292 and 98963 as second and third
recipient. Down at 0345 with three "final".(JM4)
6845
Unid Russian pp-stn: 1821 USB m RR, full-dx: signal all the time
QRV, weak echo in background/cracks (see 6824 kHz), private
pp/telephone-tfc (GER)
6849
Unid: 0603 CW slow call for 1988 then into fast 5fg's at 0605.
Numbers sta tfc. Note: User was sending long vice cut numbers.
(DW2)
6855
Numbers sta: 1607 SS/YL/5FG in progress. Again, three msgs. 2
finals. (CS) Unid numbers sta: 0300 AM YL/SS rptg "Attencion
58555", then "58555 150" and into 5FG. Broadcast ended with two
"final" at 0316. Unid numbers sta: 0300 AM YL/SS 5FG - missed
call-up. Broadcast ended at 0317 with three "final". Unid numbers
sta: 0300 AM YL/SS rptg "Attencion 59952 25462 95152". At 0302,
into three individual 5FG sets - one for each header. Broadcast
ended at 0341 with two "final. Unid numbers sta: 0300 LSB YL/SS
rptg "Atencion 59953 98851 69522" At 0303, into three individual
sets of 5FG - one for each header. Broadcast ended at 0341 with
two "final".(JM4)
6866.9 Unid number sta: 1500 USB OM/SS (live) slowly rptg "Attencion,
Attencion, 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10", then "Attencion, Attencion, Aire
2 Nuenta, Aire 2 Nuenta". At 1513, new op took over, talking much
faster, and saying "Attencion" three times, instead of twice.
Broadcast ended at 1520. "Finals" have been reported, however I
didn't hear any on this particular broadcast. At 1525, broadcast
resumed with the first slow talking op. Transmission was
considerably weaker, as if they turned their antenna. "Aire"
Pagina 156
6790
6873
6925.2
6933
6959
6960
6960
6968
6970
6974
6983
6992
6995
7000
7020
7344
7365
7547
7583
7600
7671
7695.5
7723.3
7724.2
7726
7737
7742
7755
7790
7800.5
7844
7873
7912
7972.5
WUN-v03
translates to air, however I have no idea about "Nuenta". Anybody
have any clues? Thanks to David Crawford for the heads up on
this! (JM4)
Voice of America, Greenville, NC: 2212 ISB: USB Slavian language
BC-Feeder, LSB EE BC-Feeder. Any Callsign known ? (GER)
KKN50, MFA Washington, DC: 2215 CW mkr: ... DE KKN50 KKN50 ..../23
K, sri QRM (GER) KKN50: 0500 CW U.S. Department of State w/QRA
marker (JM4)
Unid Polish Stn: 1558 USB m PP, counting and "how copy", dx ? (GER)
Unid number sta: 1926/2017/2116z USB EE YL 2x5 fig grps (GER)
Unid: 1350 LSB sx m FF, chats, pirates ? (GER)
The Russian Man numbers sta: 0500 CW The Russian Man format High
speed 5FG. Ended at 0510, with 00000. Very powerful.(JM4)
Unid: 1347 CW cfm-tfc and requests fr resending: RPT 36K, RPT 68K,
RPT88K, AS 1K. Hrd no partner, dx? (GER)
CUBA?/SPY Russian Man 0302 t/in EG W just couple of digits hrd into
carrier, running 5FG2x numbers at 0320 reck. Again at 0400 on 6790
w/ 129 callup. Xlnt. (ANUS)
UNID Spanish: 1640 LSB SS sx m, chats (ANDL)
Unid numbers sta: 0200 AM YL/SS 5FG - missed call-up.Broadcast
ended at 0214 with three "final". Unid numbers sta: 0200 LSB
YL/SS 5FG - missed call-up. Lots of tape skipping. Broadcast ended
at 0235 with three "final".(JM4)
SPY "Fast CW" sta 1255 35 wpm CW 5FGs2x, strong. (ANUS)
UNID Spanish: 1842 USB SS sx m and f, cambio, but sounds like
pp (ANDL)
UNID: 2130 USB sx EE w/ Scottish/Irish accent?, chats, Intruder in
HAM-Band !! (ANDL)
Unid: Filipino phone net 1020 USB (AW)
CIA Counting sta, ??? 1210 USB 5FGs to 457 //10597 kHz.(ANG)
Bubble Jammer 0028 USB atop sw bcst sta. w/pgm in SS (RM)
Numbers sta 1220 female op. in ee 5fgs. (MS4)
Nmbrs Sta., Havana, CUB 0010 AM YL/SS/5FG. Distorted by over
modulation. Bad hum in background. S30 sig. (RM)
The Counting sta Numbers sta: 1500 AM The Counting sta YL/EE rptg
"416" w/1-0 count. At 1510 "Count 129" and into 3/2FG. Very weak.
The Counting sta numbers sta: 1500 AM YL/EE 3/2FG - missed call-up.
(bad timing today!) Extremely weak. The Counting sta numbers sta:
1500 AM The Counting sta YL/EE rptg "419". Extremely weak. The
Counting sta numbers sta: 1500 AM YL/EE rptg "419" w/1-0 count. At
1510, "Count 129" and into 3/2FG. The Counting sta: 1500 AM YL/EE
rptg "427" w/1-0 count. At 1510, "Count 104" and into 3/2FG.(JM4)
Unid: Filipino 1016 USB Repeatedly calling Manila control (AW)
Maltese? 0000 USB opchat? second op on 7695
(ANEE)
Unid: 1017 USB 2 OM/SS (RM)
Unid: 2106 USB 2 OM/SS comms (RM)
Unid numbers sta:0500 AM YL/SS 5FG - missed call-up. Broadcast
ended at 0523 with two "final". (JM4)
Unid: 2109 CW Terribly noisy monitoring conditions.Difficult to
hear. (RM)
Unid: 2131 USB 2 OM/Unid: lang. Difficult to hear because of all
the noise (RM)
MI6 numbers sta:1500 USB //8464 Lincolnshire Poacher YL/EE rptg
"60275" with tune. At 1510, into 5FGx2. Not audible on any third
frequency. MI6 numbers sta: 1500 USB//8464//10426 Lincolnshire
Poacher YL/EE rptg "46952" with tune. At 1510, into 5FGx2. (JM4)
Unid: 2209 USB huge net in SS (RM) Unid: 0002 USB 2 OM/SS. Mexico
frequently mentd. YL/SS & OM/SS talking at same time but in a
separate conv.(RM)
Unid: 1021 USB 2 OM/SS (RM)
Unid SS tfc 0115 USB w/mention of "Aqui en Papagayo" Though not a
placename, Papagayo has a significance of some sort in the
Dominican Republic. (DHM) Unid: LSB Dallas/Carolina game.
Transmission stopped at halftime and re-started about 5 minutes
into the second half. AFRTS or Feeder or ? (JJ)
Japanese? 1930 USB chatter til 2015 (ANEE)
Unid: 0115 USB pp in Japanese or similar (MS2)
Unid: 1147 USB OM in unid. lang. (RM)
Pagina 157
8003
8012
8039.5
8040
8048
8052
8053
8054
8056
8056.7
8067.2
8068
8080
8081.3
8088
8092.8
8105
8115
8117
8122
8122
8125
8133.2
8142
8142
8153
8160
8175
8186
8186
8300
8320
WUN-v03
Unid: 1209 USB 2 OM/SS (RM)
Unid numbers sta: 0500 AM YL/SS 5FG - missed call-up. Broadcast
ended at 0515 with two "final". (JM4)
"P7X": Unid: 1410 CW 5LG at 48 bpm. Same sta. hrd 9 Jan. "BT AR" at
1416. 1417: "qra de p7x iipii 101400z gr120 bt" & into 5LG. First
and last grps of the msgwere "udsoy" and was a rpt of same msg seen
at 1410. (RM)
Unid: 2157 LSB OM/SS & YL/SS chitchat (RM)
Unid 2321 CW coded a/n msgs using adinu34567 (RM)
Unid: 2109 CW tfc, unid. lang., garbled by QRN (RM)
CGRN: Papua New Guinea, 1040 USB Community Government Radio Net (AW)
Unid: 2107 CW vvv w/o id (RM)
Numbers sta 2218 CW 5FG msg auto sent at 144 bpm and given sev.
rpts. Each msg took 7 mins to xmit. Some solitary 4FG groups were
within the msg. Msg began "vvv = 6981 69128 3918 49182 72900 69182
36198 23649 18046 59182.(RM)
Unid: 2328 USB 2 OM/SS (RM)
Unid: 1106 CW 5LG using ltrs ANDUWRIGMT at 68 bpm. 1114: "ar ar ar
RGWNU RGWNU RGWNU RGWNU RGWNU" & into more 5LG (RM)
CUBA 2004 BASO clg 3402 and CONSUR, also BARACOA on channel,
strong. (ANUS)
Unid: Filipino. 1016 USB Long list of orders. (AW)
Unid: 2300 USB Net/SS (RM)
Unid: 2043 USB 2 OM/II (RM)
Unid: 2200 USB 2 OM/unid E. Eurolang (RM)
Unid: 1145 USB 2 OM/SS (RM)
Unid: 1143 USB 2 OM/SS (RM)
Unid: 1144 USB 2 OM/SS & YL/SS (RM) Unid: 2217 CW 5FG w/0 cut as
T (RM)
Unid 1305 USB telephone call in unid language. (BvR)
Unid: 2319 USB very loud, raucous noise. Sounded like an electric
shaver on steroids (RM)
WWJ48: U.S. Federal Highway Admin, Lakewood, Co 2019 USB wkg KIT88,
FAA Martinsburg, WV w/SHARES test msg relay. (RB)
Unid: 1214 USB 2 OM/SS (RM)
OLX: 1500 USB YL/CZ 5FG - missed call-up. Broadcast ended at 1519.
First time logging this sta! I found it by accident, tuning 8143
looking for TCS. Very good signal. OLX 1600 USB CW VVV marker.
Extremely weak now that I got my tape recorder - go figure!
OLX: 1600 USB YL/Czech 5FG. OLX 1500 USB YL/Czech 5FG. OLX: 1500
USB YL/Czech 5FG.(JM4) OLX: 1500 USB //11416 YL/Czech 5FG.
broadcast ended at 1515.(JM4) OLX: Prague, CZE 1955 CW vvv marker;
2000: YL/CZ repeating "_ radio" (I don't know the lang.); 2002:
5FG in CZ (I looked up the nmbrs in an EE/CZ dictionary). (RM)
Unid: OLX? 2202 CW 5FG w/0 cut as T (RM)
Unid: 2128 USB 2 OM in unid. lang. (RM)
Unid: 2318 USB lots of voices in SS. Not a net (RM)
Unid: Asian phone net.0820 USB Only 1 KHZ away from Marine channel
(AW)
Unid numbers sta: 0200 AM YL/SS 5FG - missed call-up. Lots of tape
skip. Broadcast faded towards end.(JM4)
Unid: 2047 USB OM in unid. E. Eurolang in dpx w ??? (RM)
New Star: 1600 AM New Star Broadcasting YL/CC 4FG. New Star: 1600
AM New Star Broadcasting YL/CC 4FGx2. New Star: 1500 AM New Star
Broadcasting YL/CC 4FG. New Star: 1600 AM New Star Broadcasting
YL/CC 4FG. Unid numbers sta: 1500 AM YL/CC 4FGx2 - extremely weak.
New Star Broadcasting number sta: 1500 AM YL/CC with tune - very
weak. New Star Broadcasting number sta: 1600 AM YL/CC with tune
- still very weak. New Star Broadcasting: 1600 AM YL/CC 4FGx2.
New Star Broadcasting numbers sta: 1500 AM YL/CC barel audible.
New Star Broadcasting numbers sta: 1600 AM YL/CC barely audible.
New Star Broadcasting: 1500 AM, YL/CC 4FGx2. New Star Broadcasting
numbers sta: AM YL/CC 4FGx2. New Star Broadcasting numbers sta:1500
AM YL/CC 4FGx2.(JM4) Unid: 2221 USB 2 OM/II. Mentd Italia and Roma
(RM)
Cherry Picker numbers sta: 1200 USB YL/EE 5FGx2 - missed call-up.
Off at 1245 with tune. New Frequency. (JM4) Unid: numbers sta 1222
USB YL/EE/5FG in progress. First thought this was Lincolnshire
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Poacher because each 5FG was repeated. But, when bcst ended at
1245 the tune played, on a clarinet-like organ stop, was not LP,
and was one with which I am not familiar. Rhythm in 4/4 time is in
two measures consisting of two eighth notes & a quarter note, two
eighth notes and a quarter note dotted quarter and three eighth
notes, and a quarter note rest. Tune repeated 6X. (RM)
MI6 Numbers sta:1500 USB //7755 Lincolnshire Poacher YL/EE rptg
"60275" with tune. At 1510, into 5FGx2. Not audible on any third
frequency. MI6 numbers sta: :1600 USB Lincolnshire Poacher
//10426//11545 (weird combo!)YL/EE rptg "23781" with tune. At 1610,
into 5FGx2.(JM4)
unid 2252 USB sounds like AA over the top of the computerized wx.
(LB2)
Unid numbers sta: 0200 AM YL/SS 5FG - missed call-up. Extremely
weak.(JM4)
Unid: Irish Comms 0730 USB talk abt last night's event? til 0745
(ANEE)
WUG: USB US Army Corps of Engineers with net call. Attempted comms
WUG/A, WIU5, WIU6, WUH5, and WUE4. Only WUE4 answered (JM4)
Mossad Nmbrs Sta. ISR 2210 USB YL/EE/5LG on TH 02 JAN 97 audible
but fair copy mostly due to low xmtr power. ENIGMA says c/s is EZI
(RM)
Numbers sta: 0507 SS/YL/5FG in progress. hrd 2nd and 3rd recipients
given.Ended at 0549, Good signal S9+20dB (CS) Unid numbers sta:
0500 AM YL/SS rptg "Attencion 32910", then "32910 150" and into 150
5FG. Broadcast ended at 0521 with two "final". (JM4)
Numbers sta: 0552 "Atencion 46120 06721 06818" then dead air for a
few mins 0600 Got going again. Made it through this time. SS/YL/5FG
(CS)
Numbers sta 1945 USB playing music tones at 1945. (IT)
(Lincolnshire Poacher - LOGS)
Unid: 1120 USB lady reading five letter groups cherry ripe 69675
rptd (EW)
Unid: 1150 USB Fluttering noise. Sounded somewhat like a
jackhammer. Jammer? (RM)
Unid: Asian phone net. 1005 USB p/p in RTTY band (AW)
Unid: 0146 USB 2 OM/JJ comms (RM)
The Counting sta numbers sta: 1600 AM YL/EE rptg "784" w/1-0 count.
At 1610, "Count 77" and into 3/2FG. The Counting sta numbers sta:
1600 AM YL/EE rptg "784" w/1-0 count. At 1610 "Count 77" (?) and
into 3/2FG. The Counting sta numbers sta: 1600 AM YL/EE rptg "181"
w/1-0 count. At 1610, "Count 173" and into 3/2FG. (JM4) CIA
Counting sta, ???, 1210 USB 5FGs to 457 //7344 kHz. (ANG)
Cape Radio 2135 USB wkg unid. (JJ) NRDW: USS De Wert (FFG-45) 0123
USB and USCGC Tampa (WMEC-902)/NIKL wkg Cape Radio in support of
launch of STS-81. (JP)
Unid: Asian phone net. 0902 USB p/p in EE (AW)
912: 1858 USB wkg. ATLAS for pp. (JJ)
Unid: 1326 USB w/tfc in secure voice, ORI-21? (RB)
The Counting sta numbers sta: 1500 AM YL/EE rptg "025" w/1-0 count.
At 1510 "Count 215", and into 3/2FG. The Counting sta numbers sta:
1500 AM YL/EE rptg "025" w/1-0 count. At 1510, "Count 215" and into
3/2FG. Jamming commenced about 1515. (JM4)
Unid: 1417 CW 5LG (RM)
Unid: Asian phone net. 0856 USB p/p in military band (AW)
294: 1040 USB OVC in some scandinavian language, figures
294 tentative, any ideas on OVC?. (BH)
A4I: Muscat OM 0610 CW -qra qra qra de a4i a4i a4i qsx 01
02 03 04AN (MS4)
Czech Intel Svc 0755 USB hour+55 bdcst til 0815 (ANEE)
OLX: MoI Praha?, CZE, 1318 CW 5FGs. unid female numbers stn
in RR w/?FG, vy weak in Austria (MB3)
New Star Broadcasting numbers sta: 1600 AM YL/CC 4FGx2. New
Star Broadcasting numbers sta: 1500 AM YL/CC 4FG. New Star
Broadcasting numbers sta: 1600 AM YL/CC 4FG. New Star Broadcasting
numbers sta: 1600 AM YL/CC 4FGx2. Weak, but readable.(JM4)
Numbers sta 1925 USB YL w/5FG's 2x.(IT) (Lincolnshire
Poacher -LOGS) MI6 numbers sta: 1500 USB //13375 Lincolnshire
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Poacher YL/EE rptg "71537" with tune. At 1510, into 5FGx2. Not
audible on any other frequency. MI6 numbers sta: 1600 USB //13375
Lincolnshire Poacher YL/EE rptg "71357" with tune. At 1610, into
5FGx2. MI6 numbers sta: 1600 USB Lincolnshire Poacher Extremely
weak - only tune was audible. Not found on any other frequency.
MI6 numbers sta: 1600 USB Lincolnshire Poacher YL/EE rptg "82744"
with tune. At 1610, into 5FGx2. Not audible on any other frequency.
MI6 numbers sta: 1500 USB //12603//13375 Lincolnshire Poacher YL/EE
rptg "63033" with tune. At 1510, into 5FGx2. MI6 numbers sta: 1500
USB Lincolnshire Poacher YL/EE rptg "50721", and into 5FGx2 at
1510. MI6 numbers sta: USB 1600 Lincolnshire Poacher Extremely
weak - only tune was hrd. Not audible on any other frequency.
MI6 numbers sta: 1500 USB Lincolnshire Poacher YL/EE rptg "68796"
with tune. At 1510, into 5FGx2. MI6 numbers sta: 1500 USB //13375
Lincolnshire Poacher Extremely weak - only tune was audible. Not
hrd on a third frequency. MI6 numbers sta: 1500 USB //13375
Lincolnshire Poacher Only tune was audible. MI6 numbers sta: 1600
USB Lincolnshire Poacher Only tune was audible - still very weak.
Not audible on any other frequencies. MI6 numbers sta: 1500 USB
//13375 Lincolnshire Poacher YK/EE rptg "85802", then at 1510 into
5FGx2. MI6 numbers sta: USB 1500 Lincolnshire Poacher /12603//13375
YL/EE rptg "52299" with tune, and into 5FGx2 at 1510. MI6 numbers
sta: 1500 USB Lincolnshire Poacher //12603//13375YL/EE rptg "27286"
with tune. At 1510, into 5FGx2. MI6 numbers sta: 1600 USB
Lincolnshire Poacher //12603//13375 YL/EE rptg "52299" with tune.
At 1610, into 5FGx2. MI6 numbers sta: 1500 USB Lincolnshire
Poacher//12603//13375 YL/EE rptg "64156" with tune. At 1510, into
5FGx2. MI6 numbers sta: 1500 USB //13375 Lincolnshire Poacher
YL/EE rptg "13658" with tune. At 1510, into 5FGx2. Couldn't be
found on third frequency. MI6 numbers sta: 1500 USB//13375
Lincolnshire Poacher YL/EE rptg "29786" with tune. At 1510, into
5FGx2. MI6 numbers sta: 1500 USB Lincolnshire Poacher /12603//13375
YL/EE rptg "78060" with tune. At 1510, into 5FGx2. MI6 numbers sta:
1600 USB //13375 Lincolnshire Poacher Extremely weak - only tune
was audible. MI6 numbers sta: 1500 USB Lincolnshire Poacher
Extremely weak - only tune was hrd. Not audible on any other
frequency.(JM4)
WGY914 1650 USB worked (missed callsign) w/a HOTEL msg. (JH)
CIA Counting sta, ???, USB 5FGs to 742, //10191 kHz.(ANG)
Unid: 1204 USB lady 357 357 357 ten count at 1210 into
count 3/2 fig grps (EW)
MI6 numbers sta: 1500 USB Lincolnshire Poacher YL/EE rptg
"68796" with tune. At 1510, into 5FGx2. MI6 numbers sta: 1500 USB
//11545//13375 Lincolnshire Poacher YL/EE rptg "63033" with tune.
At 1510, into 5FGx2. (JM4)
UNID Russian: 1333 LSB RR pp, in maritime-CW band (ANDL)
Unid: 0830 USB PP Slavic-former Yugoslavia? til 0845(ANEE)
Out-of-banders 1650 USB 3 OM/unid. lang (RM)
MI6 numbers sta: 1500 USB Lincolnshire Poacher YL/EE rptg "50721",
and into 5FGx2 at 1510. MI6 numbers sta: 1500 USB Lincolnshire
Poacher YL/EE rptg "68796" with tune. At 1510, into 5FGx2. MI6
numbers sta: 1600 USB //11545 Lincolnshire Poacher YL/EE rptg
"71357" with tune. At 1610, into 5FGx2. MI6 numbers sta: 1500 USB
//12603//11545 Lincolnshire Poacher YL/EE rptg "63033" with tune.
At 1510, into 5FGx2. MI6 numbers sta: 1500 USB //11545 Lincolnshire
Poacher YL/EE rptg "71537" with tune. At 1510, into 5FGx2. Not
audible on any other frequency. (JM4)
KIA-23: Oklahoma City 1750 USB wkg. KGM-53, and others, for signal
cks. (JJ) KCP63: FAA Longmont (Denver) 1754 USB Co, as NCS, wkg
KMR96, FAA Fremont, Ca w/net ck in, app cud not hear 96 on the
primary freq (RB)
Unid: 1734 USB 5f YL/EE numbers sta. (DW2)
SPY MI-6 "Cherry Picker" 1346 USB Brit EG W 5FG 2x to 1346 chimes,
IS then gone. Lincolnshire Poacher on at same time on 14487 w/same
format but not //, latter also jammed (ANUS)
UNID Portuguese: 1550 LSB sx PP, ment: Canal 4 (ANDL)
UNID Italian: 1530 USB sx II, cambio, OP: Luigi/etc.,
chat-pirats !? (ANDL)
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Unid: 1120 USB lady reading numbers in groups of five.
not // 14487 etc. (EW)
14480
Unid: 1501 USB OM/SS & YL/SS comms (RM)
14487
unid 1005 USB. That stn w/the female synthesized voice and the
melody is on again. The stn keeps repeating '60645' ten times, then
there is a short melody. (MB3) (MI-6 Lincolnshire Poacher numbers
sta - LOGS)
14670
CHU: TS OTTAWA 1429 usb Time signals, 1 khz pip. Voice
announcement on USB (DW). CHU: Ottawa Time sta 1555 CW/SSB w
/voice announcement in EE & FF. (DW2)
14686
?-940 1717 USB wkg Unid: w/pp's. 940 had a malfunction
onboard and was landing at Columbia, South Carolina for repairs.
He would be on the ground for the night. At 2044, Unid: entity
wkg ATLAS. DEA comms (DW2)
18203
Unid number stn: 1413 USB YL Czech/Slovak? 5 FG's (GER)
18400
Unid: 1130 USB Scandinavian, poss in Africa til 1230
(ANEE)
18525
KKN50: US MFA, Washington 1345 CW, "kkn50 qsx 6/10/11 k"
marker (MC) (no "Ministries" in U.S., U.S. Department of State -LOGS)
18535.1 UNID. 1524 CW Hand keyed cw in SS (DW).
14469
THIS MONTH'S CONTRIBUTORS:
(AB) Ary Boender, Spykenisse, The Netherlands: FRG7700, FRG9600, Plessey
PR2250 Wavecom 4010, Hoka Code 3, JV-FAX
(AB3) Andrew Brill, Auckland, New Zealand: Icom R-70, Hoka Code 3
(AB5) A. Bollen, Geulle, The Netherlands, JRC NRD-535
(AD2) Alan Doherty, N.Coast, Ireland
(AM3) Albert Miles, Richmond, Va, USA
(AM4) Andy Malavansky
(ANDL)Anonymous, Germany
(ANEE)Anonymous, Eastern Europe
(ANG) Anonymous, In Germany
(ANI) Anonymous, In Italy
(ANUS)Anonymous, Eastern US
(AW) Alex Wellner, Sydney, Australia: Kenwood R5000
(BH) Bart Hoekstra, Leeuwarden, The Netherlands: Lowe HF-225
(BOZ) Richard, Iceland
(BvR) Bert van Rij, Naaldwijk, The Netherlands: Icom R71e, Hoka Code 3
(CH) Carl Hender, Suffolk, UK: IC R72, JVFAX, HAMCOMM
(CK) Costas Krallis, Athens, Greece: Yaesu 7700
(CM) Craig MacKinnon, Halifax, NS, Canada: Yaesu FRG-7
(CM2) Chris Moore, Europe
(CS) Chris Smolinski, Westminister, Md, USA
(CVS) Cor van Soelen, Flussing Netherlands, NRD515/NDH518, Decoder home made,
HAMCOMM 3.1
(DHM) Don Moore, Davenport, Iowa, USA: Drake R8A
(DM2) David McCrery, Atlanta, Ga, USA: Kenwood R1000
(DR) David Rickmers, S. California: Lowe HF-150, 105' long wire
(DR2) David Rogers, UK
(DR3) David Ross, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada: Drake R8A, Lowe HF-225 Europa
(DS2) Don Sherry, Oklahoma City, OK: Drake SW-8 w/Grove Skywire dipole
(DW) Day Watson, Clevedon, UK: NRD535, Racal RA1792, Code 30 v.2, JVFAX
(DW2) David Wright, San Angelo, Tx, USA: DX394, Grundig YB400, Code 3 Gold
(DW3) Donald Warner, Medway, Ohio, USA
(ED) Ed Deasy, Charrlottville, Va, USA: NRD535, Hoka Code 30, M7000
(EW) Eddy Waters, Collinswood, Australia: NRD 525, R8, Hoka Code 3
(GC2) Godfrey Clemitson, S.Africa, Icom R70/R72 Kenwood R1000, ZSRX vert.
(GD) Greg Doerschler, Worcester, Ma, USA
(GER) Anonymous, Germany
(GG) Gary Glaze, Willamette Valley, Or, USA: DX440
(GM) Gary Moncur, Salt Lake City, Utah: Drake R8A/Dymek DA100E
(GT) Graham Tanner, London, England
(HOOD)Robin Hood, UK (by mail)
(HS4) Henning Sandte, Germany: Sony ICF 2001D, Telereader CD 670
(IB) Ian Baxter, Blackburn, England: NRD525
(IT) Ilkka Toivanen, Lappeenranta, Finland: AOR AR-8000
(JC5) Jeff Chambers, Long Island, NY, USA
(JD2) John Doe, London, England (by mail)
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(JD3) Johan Drost, The Netherlands
(JEB) Jason Berri, Torrance, Ca: R-2000, M-1000
(JH) Jeff Haverlah, Houston, Tx, USA: R5000/R7/FROG7/RFB65
(JJ) Jeff Jones, San Francisco, Ca, USA
(JM) Jack Metcalfe, Danville, Ky, USA: Drake R-8, AEA DSP-1232
(JM4) John Maky, Yuma, AZ, USA: IC 706 w/80' longwire
(JM5) Juan Carlos Munoz, Guatemala City, Guatemala
(JM6) Jay Macneill, Vancouver B.C., Canada
(JP) Jim Pogue, Memphis, Tn, USA: R-2000, Sony 2010
(KW2) Ken Windyka, Springfield, MA, USA: Sony ICF2010, Yaesu FRG100
(LB2) Les Butler, Walled Lake, Mi, USA: Icom R-72
(LC) Les Crossan, Walls End, UK: Lowe HF150, WeFax for Windows
(LK) Lyn Kennedy, Ovilla, TX, USA
(MB2) Martin Barry, Montreal, PQ, CAN: Sony ICF7600, DX-400
(MB3) Markus Buttinger, Salzburg, Austria: Panosonic RF-B45
(MC) Mike Chace, Bath, UK: Hoka Code 30
(MF2) Mike Fink, S. Florida, USA: Drake SW8
(MG) Michael Graham, New Albany, Ms, USA: AOR AR3030
(MH3) Mike Heightchew, Fremont, Ca, USA
(ML2) Murray Lehman, Perth, Australia: Icom R-71E, R9000, M7000v7, M8000v5
(MS) Michiel Schaay, Doorn, The Netherlands: IC R71E, Hoka Code 30
(MS2) Matt Stutterheim, New London, Ct, USA: (2)IC R71A's, R7A, R9000
(MS4) Mohammad Sultan, Port Louis, Mauritius: NRD535D, Universal M-1000
(PB2) Pierfrancesco Bosco
(PC3) Perry Crabill, Va, USA: Drake R-8
(PF) Paul Frankcom
(PJ2) Paul Jones, Birmingham, England
(PR) Paul Robbins, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England: IC-R72
(PT) Peter Thompson, Crewe, Cheshire, UK: Lowe HF225/Universal M-7000
(PvdE)Peter van den Esschert, Arnhem, Holland
(RA) Rick Albright, Merced Ca, USA: Sony 2010, Realistic DX-440
(RB) Rick "RD" Baker, Austintown, Ohio, USA: Icom R71A, Icom R72, M-1000,
Hoka Code 3
(RD3) Rob Davies, Northwich, Cheshire, UK: NRD535
(RH3) R. Hamilton, Long Island, NY.
(RJL) Bob Lewallyn, The Woodlands, Tx, USA (was BL)
(RM) Robert Margolis, Lake Forest, IL, USA
(RO) Richard Oemar H., Indonesia
(RR2) Roberto Robba, Italy
(RT2) Robert Thompson, Kilgore, Tx, USA: R390A, FRG100, R-8, NRD535D,
M900/M6000v9 Hoka Code 3
(SG) S. Goulding, W of Manchester, England: Kenwood R5000
(SL) Steven Lare, Holland, Mi, USA: Drake R-8
(SS) Stan Scalsky, Leonardtown, Md, USA: IC-R71A, M7000, Code 3
(SS2) Anonymous, Stockholm Sweden
(SUK) Steve, UK: AOR AR7030, AD-370
(TF) Terry Ford, UK
(TK) Takashi Kuroda, Tokyo, Japan: WJ HF-1000/Racal RA67906M R2174(P)URR,
M7000/8000
(TO) Tony Orr, Reston, Va, USA: Lowe HF150, Datong FL-2
(TW) Tony Walsh, County Cork, Ireland
(VP) Vital Puttenaers, Aarschot, Belgium: Kenwood R5000, PK232MBX, Vertical
antenna
(WP2) Walt Petterson, Fl, USA: Conversion research WR-3
(WT) Wade Taylor, Glendora, Ca, USA
//
3sC
5FG's
5LG's
AA
a/c
ARP
CC
ck
cud
dep
Abbreviations Used
Parallel with Frequency
nx
News
Third-shift Cyrillic
posn
Position
5 Figure Groups
pp
Phone Patch
5 Letter Groups
PP
Polish language
Arabic language
R/T
Radiotelephone (ship/shore phone)
Aircraft
rdo
radio
AIREP or Air Report
re
Reference/Regards
Chinese language
req
Request
Check
RR
Russian language
Could
SAR
Search & Rescue
Departed
SS
Spanish
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dx
sta
EE
enrt
f
FF
GG
hrd
m
msg
MIB
duplex
Station
English language
En route
female
French language
German language
Heard
male
Message
Maritime Info Broadcast
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sx
simplex
tfc
Traffic
TG's
Telegrams
tlx
telex
unid
Unidentified
unk
Unknown
vsl
Vessel
w/
with
wkg
Working
wx
Weather
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o Surfing the Longwaves by George Karayannopoulos
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AIRLINE NEWS
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In Airline News this month, BRITISH AIRWAYS adds another London Heathrow
to Washington seasonal round trip effective 30 March. Aircraft type will be
the Boeing 777. BA223 LHR-IAD dep 1600 arr 1810, and the return BA222 dep
2035 arr 0945+1 daily. BA also adds the 777 on its early LHR-PHL run also
daily service: BA115 dep LHR 1115 arr PHL 1310 and the return BA114 dep
PHL 1725 arr LHR 0630+1. Effective 30 March BA will begin service to Montreal's Dorval Airport phasing out service to Mirabel. BA095/094 are the
flight numbers involved. AIR FRANCE switches to A310's on the Paris-Toronto
service effective 30 March. AF358 dep CDG 1600 arr YYZ 1705 and AF359 dep
YYZ 1845 arr CDG 0850+1. PAKISTAN INTERNATIONAL has added a few nonstops
from the United States to Europe effective next month. Added are flights
from Washington Dulles to Frankfurt (PK798 on Tuesdays and PK720 on Fridays with A310s), from Chicago to Frankfurt (PK704 on Tuesdays and PK716 on
Fridays with 747s). LUFTHANSA places the Airbus A300 on its FrankfurtBoston run effective 31 March. flight numbers involved are LH420 FRA-BOS
and LH421 BOS-FRA. In UNITED news this month, service from SFO to LHR moves
to the 777 on UA930/UA931. UNITED AIRLINES will add a second daily nonstop
flight between Washington Dulles and Frankfurt beginning June 5. UA978
dep IAD 1745 arr FRA 0800+1 and the return UA977 dep FRA 1045 arr IAD 1355.
United will use a Boeing 767-300 for this new service which will supplement
the Boeing 777 flight. Finally, word just in that VIASA Venezuelan Airlines
is no more and will be liquidated! Hope you got those QSLs before it was too
late! ;-)
Recently I saw an advertisement for a special series of DC4 flights commemorating the 50th anniversary of Transatlantic service from Swissair, and I
thought it would be interesting to publish what I know about these flights.
So far the schedule looks like this:
New York (John F. Kennedy International) to Gander
Gander to Shannon
departing May 12
Shannon to Zurich
departing May 14
departing May 10
New York (John F. Kennedy International) to Gander
Gander to Shannon
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departing June 14
Shannon to Zurich
departing June 16
In addition to the flights to New York, there are also flights from
Zurich to Athens, Cairo, Prague, Salzburg and maybe Tel Aviv,
commemorating 50 years of service to those cities as well. On May 31
there are four pleasure flights out of Basle , and on June 22 and July 5
there are two flights from Zurich to Luxembourg organized by a swiss
aviation magazine. I think they'll combine it with a ramp tour at LUX.
There are probably also some pleasure flights out of Zurich and Geneva,
but I have no details on them. The airplane will come from South Africa
and have full 1947 Swissair colors. It will probably stay in Switzerland
until the end of July.
AMERICAN AIRLINES continues to convert it's Airbus A300's into long-haul
transatlantic machines, and I've got the schedules to/and from LondonHeathrow for A300 flights beginning 30 March:
AAL108
Arr 05:20
Daily from BOS
30Mar97-25Oct97
AAL104
Arr 07:35
Daily from JFK
30Mar97-06Apr97
AAL104
Arr 07:40
Daily from JFK
07Apr97-25Oct97
AAL132
Arr 08:35
Daily from JFK
30Mar97-25Oct97
AAL109
Dep 10:30
Daily to BOS
30Mar97-25Oct97
AAL131
Dep 15:00
Daily to JFK
30Mar97-25Oct97
AAL107
Dep 17:30
Daily to JFK
30Mar97-25Oct97
AAL106
Arr 21:45
Daily from JFK
30Mar97-06Apr97
AAL106
Arr 20:45
Daily from JFK
07Apr97-25Oct97
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Well, it's been a very sparse column this month, with only one contribution
received from Ralph Kunadt. Thanks for your input Ralph! Next month we'll
go over some recent air route changes in Africa, plus a detail a list of
African LDOCs, plus much more! 73 and good DX...
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# DIGITAL REVIEW #
[ editor: Ary Boender
[email protected] ]
Hi y'all. I'm running out of time, so no intro this time. Bet you don't
even miss it :-)))
Contributors this month are Lennart Deimert, Mike Chace, Ed Deasy, Bert van
Rij, Javier Montero, Day Watson, Bob Margolis, Marius Rensen, Stan Scalsky,
and the Iron Eagle. Thanks a million!
Digital round-up
---------------o Mike Chace found a Nigerian bank link between Lagos and Kano on 8941.7
kHz. Standard SITOR-A used.
o Another bank network, this time in Zaire, can be found around 18032.8
kHz using 50bd RTTY. The freq often varies +/- 3 kHz. This is/was a
network of the Banque du Zaire. I haven't heard them since early '96
but I am not sure whether it's the conditions or have they left SW? I
copied the following stations: Goma (GMA), Bunina, Bukavu (BKV170),
Kamina (KMA133), Kalemie (KLM131), Lubumbashi (LUB130), Kisanga (KSG190),
and Kinshasha (KIN101). Other logs that I found: Kindu (KDU), Buta (BTA),
Isiro (ISR), Ilebo (ILB), and Bumba (BUM).
o The Swedish military were often copied till 1996. Last year there was
hardly any activity so it seems, but...... In fact the Swedes are using
a new digital mode and left the good old and easy to copy ITA2. All
military traffic has changed to a PSK system derived from the MIL-STD188-110-A standard. It is a high speed system with only 3 kHz bandwidth.
Speed used: 2400, 4800 and 7200 bps
Also STANAG 4285 (NATO's variant of MIL-STD-188-110) is used every now
and then. This mode can be heard on 4300 kHz with 75 baud and a long
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interleave.
Note: the MIL-STD-188-110 covers a lot of modes. The full name is MILITARY STANDARD EQUIPMENT TECHNICAL STANDARDS FOR COMMON LONG HAUL/TACTICAL
DATA MODEMS. It covers a.o. FSK (up to 1200 bps), Freq-jumps, PSK (serial,
single-tone), even standard 50 bd RTTY.
o E.R.M., the Environmental Resources Management who is active in many
place on our globe, including in Central and South America. So far I
never saw a single log from them until Ed Deasy caught them on 3503.65
kHz using 150bd/400Hz Baudot. Although the conditions were poor and
the messages garbled, the readable parts of the messages proved that it
really was the ERM link between el Salvador and Brazil. (Tnx to Javier
Montero for the translation of the messages.)
o RAC-ARQ. Following the discussion on WUN, the Iron Eagle chipped in a
bunch of RAC-ARQ freqs. Just for the record; I will refer to this mode
as RAC-ARQ till further notice. Mode: FSK, 266.66 Baud, df: 800-850 Hz.
2509
2521
2575
2675
2747
3129
4001
4085
4153
4188
4214
4244
5006
5060
5269
5335
5845 kHz
Please report your findings to this column as many of us are extremely
curious and interested!
Diplo Corner
-----------o The sked for the coming months is as follows:
March - Poland
April - Japan and Greece
As usual, I ask all of you to contribute your logs, freqs and sample
messages of the above stations and of course everything else that you
have is also most welcome.
o India update: 9119 kHz, Moscow - new Delhi link
o Poland: last month I told you about Dave's odd POL-ARQ station. Jan
Jansen had a closer look and it appears that the 3rd shift was missing.
When you translate the letters in the groups to figures using the 3rd
shift chart, then you will see perfect 5 figure groups. Tnx Jan!
Ethiopia:
--------o Country profile
Ethiopia measures ca. 1,221,900 km2. The country is a transitional
government with capital Addis Ababa and is divided in 14 administrative
regions (astedader akababiwach) Addis Ababa, Afar, Amhara, Benishangul,
Gambela, Gurage-Hadiya-Kambata, Harer, Kefa, Omo, Oromo, Sidamo, Somali,
Tigray, Wolayta. The defense forces include Army, Navy, Air Force and
Police Force.
o Reported frequency: 13377, 19425, 20375, 20458 kHz;
also reported in amateur bands CW section
o Transmission modes used: CW
o Callsigns MFA and Embassies:
ATT46
Addis Ababa
9ES50
Addis Ababa
KNY44
Washingon
China:
-----o Country profile.
China measures 9,596,960 km2. Beijing is the capital of the People's
Republic of China. The country is divided into 23 provinces (sheng),
Anhui, Fujian, Gansu, Guangdong, Guizhou, Hainan, Hebei, Heilongjiang,
Henan, Hubei, Hunan, Jiangsu, Jiangxi, Jilin, Liaoning, Qinghai, Shaanxi,
Shandong, Shanxi, Sichuan, Yunnan, Zhejiang and Taiwan, which China considers as a renegade provincy *). Further 5 autonomous regions (zizhiqu),
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Nei Mongol, Ningxia, Guangxi, Xinjiang and Xizang; and 3 municipalities
(shi); Beijing Shi, Shanghai Shi and Tianjin Shi. China's defense forces
include the People's Liberation Army (PLA), PLA Navy (including Marines),
PLA Air Force and the People's Armed Police.
*) Taiwan measures 35,980 km2. The capital of the republic is Taipei. The
country is divided into 16 counties (hsien); Chang-hua, Chia-i, Hsin-chu,
Hua-lien, I-lan, Kao-hsiung, Miao-li, Nan-t'ou, P'eng-hu, P'ing-tung,
T'ai-chung, T'ai-nan, T'ai-pei, T'ai-tung, T'ao-yuan, and Yun-lin; 5
municipalities (shih); Chia-i, Chi-lung, Hsin-chu, T'ai-chung, T'ai-nan,
and 2 special municipalities (chuan-shih); Kao-hsiung, T'ai-pei. Taiwan's
defense forces include Army, Navy, Air Force, Taiwan General Garrison HQ,
Ministry of National Defense.
o Transmission modes used:
* ITA2 50 + 75bd. This mode hasn't been heard for some time now. It is
quite possible that the Chinese have abandoned 'normal' RTTY in favour
of the '4+4 system'.
* '4+4' is an 8 tone MFSK signal with a unique tone arrangement. It is a
Chinese Diplo system with most traffic origionating from Beijing. Its
real name and base modulation mode (FSK/PSK) are unknown although analysis suggests that each of the 8 channels is 150bd BPSK. No estimation
of baud rate. The tones are grouped in sets of 4 spaced 300Hz apart with
a 450Hz intergroup gap, 4 tones w/300Hz spacing, 450Hz gap, 4 tones
w/300Hz spacing.
* Note: I recently received a log regarding a station probably emanating
from the Hong Kong area, using QAM which -according to rumors- is a
Chinese system. The log was for 9337.8 kHz at 1815-1900 UTC. Because I
have no proof that this is actually Chinese diplo, I only mention it
here as a footnote.
o Baudot (ITA2) frequencies:
5534
6760
7060
10520
10604
11455
13905
14150
14151.7
14551
14562
14572
16232.8 18268
18441.4
19652
19662.5 19803
20247.5 20420
20493
o 4+4 frequencies:
4726.7
6821.7
7851.7
7896.7
8801.7
8925.7
11223.7 11421.7
16231.7 16351.7
o Reported
BXM71
BXO44
BXT3
BXT9
BXT16
BXT23
BXT42
BXT49
ONN28
7OB469
6848.7
7931.7
9249.7
12251.7
8320
12278.5
14250
14652.5
18969
19808
20513
8921
13301
14300
14802
19355
19821
20702.5
9122.1
13307.5
14310
15029
19421
19877.5
24052
9955
13502
14402
15049
19501
19878
10420.4
13702.4
14517
15752.8
19542.5
19902
6875.7
8071.7
10156.7
14311.7
6882.7
8227.7
10321.7
14431.7
7629.7
8236.7
10326.7
14846.7
7816.7
8316.7
10641.7
15701.7
7841.7
8321.7
10701.7
15769.7
callsigns for MFA & Embassies:
MFA Beijing
BXM87
MFA Beijing
Warsaw
BXQ68
Lagos
MFA Beijing
BXT7
New Delhi
MFA Beijing
BXT15
MFA Beijing
New Delhi
BXT18
MFA Beijing
MFA Beijing
BXT39
MFA Beijing
MFA Beijing
BXT44
MFA Beijing
MFA Beijing
CME360-CME369 Havana
Brussels
ZEF81
Harare
Aden
A2D500
Gaborone
Unid locations: BXM62, BXM72, BXM75, BXP51, BXT1, BXT2, BXT11, BXT32,
BXT58, BXT71
Contributors to the Diplo Corner: Bert van Rij, Mike Chace, Day Watson,
Stan Scalsky, country profiles retrieved from CIA World Factbook and '4+4'
info retrieved from Digital Signals FAQ v4.
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During the past year I covered several Greek maritime SITOR-A/B networks
in this column. Their activity has expanded so much that an update is
necessary. One of the most active monitors of the Greek nets is Bert van
Rij, he updated the shiplists for me. Tnx a million Bert!
o The first and largest network is the one we call 'Dynacom'. Actually
this net is more than just Dynacom Tankers. It includes the following
companies: (AT) Agency Trust Ltd, Athens
(CE) Centrofin Management Inc, Athens
(ST) Sea Traders S.A., Athens
(DY) Dynacom Tankers, Athens
(ST) Standard Shipping, Monrovia
(PP) Professional Partners S.A., Lugano
(FT) Fratelli Tito e Alfredo Neri, Livorno
Frequencies ship-shore: 8345-8404, 8340-8408, 12395-12575, 16795-? kHz.
The shore station -whoever this may be- uses callsign 4530 MPKV. Stations
are addressed with internal callsigns. For a yet unknown reason the ships
have two internal callsign along their official call. The first is just
a number and the second is the same number integrated in the company's
id; i.e. 515 and ST515. However..... other combinations also occur. I am
not sure why this is (i.e. PP vessel Irina, nr 357, was logged with c/s
CE357NT). My guess is that such a vessel is leased to one of the other
companies. Where we are sure about the owners, there is the code under
'COMP', otherwise the internal c/s often gives a clue. The internal c/s
of Dynacom is GxFxx.
COMP INT1
INT2
SHIP'S NAME
CALLSIGN
SELCALNR SELCAL
==== ==== ======== ===================== ========== ======== ======
Shore station Athens
4530
MPKV
Pulcan
27536
Pearl
45322
Astra
27915
SM
Alta
ELAL 8
24269
MQRS
AT
828 AT828
Marinaki
9HJX 4
24253
MQIK
DY
Paola
9HLA 4
26460
CMRV
DY
Orient
9HKM 4
24267
MQRY
AT
Delfi
P3AR 4
01768
BYCF
CE
Sereno
SXBR
16978
CAYF
AT
Smyrna
C4QP/ELMT4
27514
YPBM
DY
Saturn
9HDH 4
63374
EKYO
DY
Epic
9HEY 4
63384
EKFO
AT
Yvory
P3WF 2
56394
Spirit
Palm
27912
060 AT060
090 ST090
111 G1F11
Athos
SZHI
16912
CAXQ
111 ST111
Tribels?
SXGM
114 G1F14
121 AT121
121 G1F21
123 G1F23
Amber
9HHE 4
24220
MQUV
124
136 CE136NT
Armata
17076
CE
171 CE171NT
Apanemo
SVQJ
16952
CAPQ
CE
191 CE191NT
Apnoia
SXZK
16956
CAPC
CE
201 CE201NT
Leni
SZSE
16963
CACK
222 AT222
AT
223
Georgios
P3JW 4
27535
YPEP
DY
232 G2F32
Cloud
9HHD 4
24234
235 CE235NT
241
242
Livorno
244 G2F44
262
301
CE
323 CE323NT
Ninemia
SWCF
16866
CDCC
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DY
CE
PP
ST
DY
352 G3F52
354 G3F54
356
357 CE357NT
361 G3F61
362 G3F62
363 G3F63
365 G3F65
424 ST424
515 ST515
525 AT525
565 AT565
666 AT666
727 AT727
868 AT868
929 AT929
959 AT959
969 AT969
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9HDZ 4
Tom
63378
EKYD
Nilos
Irina
SXAA
17036
YTKC
Oak
Riza
9HDA 4
9HIA 4
63368
24230
EKCD
MQEV
Barenbels
SYMY
16770
CZYV
Heron
P3BS 2
56395
RKAP
24233
MQEK
Ioannitsa
Hom?
Prosperity
o Eastern Mediterranean, Athens
The second Greek network on our list is Eastern Mediterranean on freqs
4182.75, 6237.75 (ch 9), 8249.75 (ch 7), 16779.75, 16616.75 (ch 3)
The following vessels have been noted so far:
Callsign
-------ohbx4
sxaa
9hei4
sxgz
9hyn 3
9hsf 2
h2vd
sxxj
9hbx4
Number
-----30313
17027
24249
17029
63328
63398
29448
29263
17003
29396
29475
Selcall
------vkxe
ytqy
mqos
ytqs
ekqd
eksd
smof
ytvk
skac
smzp
63363
31960
31960
Name
---mv Marry
mt Yannis (Romilda)
mv super Lady
mv Anagel Enossis
mv
mv
mv
mt
mv
mt
mv
mv
mv
mv
mv
mv
mv
mv
mv
mv
mv
Chance
Seaguardian
Seasong
Athina m
Ioanis
Birdie
Lucky Lady
Pretty Lady
Grand Lady
Georgia
Meleri
Agios Nikolaos
Fair Lady
Adventure -1
Sail
Seavenus
Sail
czyp
o ...and on to the third and final one. Also the 'mystery' one as we still
have no clue which company is behind it. The spider in the web is the
'Voyager'. Bert and I are pretty sure that this is the shore station in
this net. Virtually all traffic goes to and from Voyager. Messages are
often addressed to Voyager atn Control Dept. Voyager is also the only
one who uses its full name, all others are using a 4-letter abbreviation
possibly their telex name. We are not sure if Voyager is a real name or
just one chosen for this operation. All selcall numbers are non-ITU
numbers and run from 0 to 30, except for Voyager, who uses 100.
Frequencies:
8361.8,
12381.8,
12451.8,
16551.8,
16671.8 kHz
Selcalls: tvqk, tvqm, tvqq, tvqs, tvqv, tvvc, tvvf, tvvk, tvvm, tvvo,
tvvp, tvvq, tvvx, tvxc, tvxk, tvxm, tvxp, tvxq, tvxs, tvxv, tvxx, tvxy,
txvv
Stations: (selcall nr / name)
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-------------------------------------------Shore:
00100
Voyager
Vessels: 00023
Aulu
00001
Laza
00002
Ilob
00013
Trym
00021
Eeug
Irod
00016
Eiks
Ioul
Irps
Neuc
Gnik
00022
Ayuc
00029
Loea
00003
Scrb
00004
Terb
Thanks for the report Bert. Good job!
Fax updates
----------The following skeds and notes come from USCG, Marius Rensen and Bob Margolis.
USCG Fax skeds; all effective 4 February 1997.
* PT. REYES, CALIFORNIA, U.S.A.
CALL SIGN
NMC
FREQUENCIES
4346
kHz
8682
kHz
12730
kHz
17151.2 kHz
22527
kHz
TIMES
NIGHT
CONTINUOUS
CONTINUOUS
CONTINUOUS
DAY
EMISSION
F3C
F3C
F3C
F3C
F3C
POWER
5 KW
5 KW
5 KW
5 KW
5 KW
EMISSION
F3C
F3C
F3C
POWER
5 KW
5 KW
5 KW
* BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, U.S.A.
CALL SIGN
NMF
FREQUENCIES
6340.5 kHz
9110
kHz
12750
kHz
* NEW ORLEANS, LA, U.S.A.
TIMES
CONTINUOUS
CONTINUOUS
CONTINUOUS
(CALL SIGN: NMG)
THE TROPICAL PREDICTION CENTER IN MIAMI, FLORIDA PROVIDES MARINE
INFORMATION FOR THE GULF OF MEXICO THE CARIBBEAN SEA AND THE
TROPICAL ATLANTIC OCEAN. PRODUCTS INCLUDE: HIGH SEAS FORECASTS (12HOURLY WITH 6-HOURLY AMENDMENTS), VARIOUS ANALYSES AND FORECASTS OF
WINDS, SEAS, TROPICAL WEATHER SYSTEMS, FRONTS, AND GOES-8 SATELLITE
IMAGERY (AVAILABLE 6-HOURLY). THESE AND OTHER TROPICAL PREDICTION
CENTER/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER PRODUCTS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE VIA
INTERNET ADDRESS: http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/
SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST FREQUENCIES FROM UNITED STATES COAST GUARD
STATION (NMG) NEW ORLEANS, LA ARE: 4317.9 KHZ, 8503.9 KHZ, AND
12789.9 KHZ. SELECT A CARRIER FREQUENCY 1.9 KHZ BELOW THOSE LISTED
WHEN USING A SINGLE SIDEBAND RADIO IN USB MODE TO RECEIVE THESE
BROADCASTS. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CAN BE OBTAINED BY CALLING
(305) 229-4470 OR BY COMMENTS TO CHIEF TAFB, TROPICAL PREDICTION
CENTER, 11691 S.W. 17TH STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA 33165-2149.
TIMES: 0000-0230, 0600-0830, 1200-1430, 1800-2030 UTC
(note: Bob found them also on 16014 kHz)
KCNA Pyongyang (Korean Central News Agency) has daily photo transmissions
on: 11475.7 HMF 52 [60/352] 2330-0100 and 13580.0 HMY 33 [60/352] 2330-0100
= = = QRU bfn = = =
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Utility Monitoring in the Maritime Bands
Editor: Day Watson ([email protected])
([email protected])
14, Gardens Road
CLEVEDON, North Somerset
BS21 7QG United Kingdom
Hi MariWUNners
This month has brought together, with ideas from different sources, a theme
of maritime broadcasts. Once again we have to report further downsizing in
500 kHz, this time by the French. Not all doom and gloom -MARITEX has
another node running from Gangzhou.
QTC list:
Cessation of French WT on 500 kHz
MARITEX at Guangzhou
NAVTEX broadcasts
NAVTEX DXing
MSI broadcasts
Scheduled HF CW marine broadcasts
- N/Atlantic/Baltic/Med/Black Sea.
Non-paired ship telex - 4 + 6 mHz
Station overview
Rogaland/LGB
Vancouver/VAI
Shipping snippets
++++++ Cessation of French WT on 500 khz
Midnight 31/Jan saw the French terminate their MF WT service from
FFB/Bolougne-sur-Mer, FFU/Brest-Le Conquet, FFC/Bordeaux-Arcachon,
and FFM/Marseille.
After Ralf Radermacher alerted us to the sudden and pending demise I
looked for St Lys and FFB/FFU sending some advisory. Nothing heard.
Keith Haywood always watching 518 Khz picked up the two following
NAVTEX messages:
ZCZC AA70
311203 UTC JAN 97
T T T AVURNAV BREST NR 030 M 016
FRANCE
ON 31 JANUARY 1997 AT 2400Z, FRANCE TELECOM WILL CEASE
ANY TRAFFIC ON FREQUENCY 500 KHZ A1A.
CANCEL THIS MSG 092300Z FEB
NNNN
ZCZC KA13
CHERBOURG AVURNAV NR 020
FRANCE
ON THE 31/01/1997 AT 2400Z FRANCE TELECOM WILL CEASE ANY TRAFFIC
UTC ON THE FREQUENCY 500 KHZ A1A
CANCEL THIS MESSAGE ON 082400Z FEB97
NNNN
But Geoff Halligey was on 500 khz at the final whistle so I'll let
him recount the end.
"Following transmitted by FFB at Midnight 31Jan/1Feb.
CQ de FFB Feb 1 00h00
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This is the last radiotelegraphic message transmitted by FFB =
In a few minutes our 500 kilocycles transmitters will be switched off =
Thank you all for good cooperation over decades and best wishes to
those remaining on air = de FFB operators good luck in the future
es best 73 73 de FFB.
This was followed by some exchanges with other coast stations:
FFB de 3VX sri qsl 73
3VX de FFB merci vx por tout 73
de OST all the best to you 73
FFB merci por tout 73 de FFC
FFB de GLD/GNI/GCC/GKR tu 73 to all
de EJK tks for coop
de EAO RR sri 73 bon chance
de IAR 73 bon chance
de EAC sri 73 bon chance
de FFU et pour la derniere 73
de FFB nw VA"
The signal VA (the two letters are sent as one) formally means
transmission finished (end of work) (end of qso). When I was at sea
its use at the end of a qso was considered bad manners and only used
when one considered the other operator was poor in fist or operating
skill. One would normally finish with a 73 CU and a couple of dits.
In this case no one would take offense considering the end of
an era and what it implied.
++++++ MARITEX at Guangzhou
Already spotted by Eddy Waters be aware that the MARITEX network now has a
node in China at Guangzhou. I can, thanks to Karl-Arne Markstrom advise that
the following channels are being used.
Guangzhou
Ship
ITU chan
4219
4181.5
[ 419]
6329
6283
[ 631]
8431
8391
[ 830]
12622.5
12520.5
[1288]
16854
16731
[1696]
++++++ NAVTEX broadcasts
Although I've altered the layout slightly and added a few corrections here
and there the laurels go to Keith Haywood for the tremendous job in
assembling the following list in general geographical areas.
Except where otherwise stated the frequency is 518 khz, mode FEC
(Sitor/B), language English.
UNITED STATES:
Boston
Portsmouth
Miami
San Juan
New Orleans
Long Beach
Point Reyes
Astoria
(NMF) Station
(NMN) Station
(NMA) Station
(NMR) Station
(NMG) Station
(NMQ9)Station
(NMC) Station
(NMW) Station
F
N
A
R
G
Q
C
W
(0045,0445,0845,1245,1645,2045)
(0130,0530,0930,1330,1730,2130) CAMSLANT
(0000,0400,0800,1200,1600,2000)
(0200,0600,1000,1400,1800,2200)
(0300,0700,1100,1500,1900,2300)
(0045,0445,0845,1245,1645,2045)
(0000,0400,0800,1200,1600,2000) CAMSPAC
(0130,0530,0930,1330,1730,2130)
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Honolulu
Guam
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(0300,0700,1100,1500,1900,2300)
(0040,0440,0840,1240,1640,2040)
(0100,0500,0900,1300,1700,2100)
(NOJ) Station J
(NMO) Station O
(NRV) Station V
BARENTS & NORWEGIAN SEAS:
Russian Federation.
Arkhangelsk
(UGE) Station F
Murmansk
(UHY) Station C
(0200,0600,1000,1400,1800,2200)
(0120,0520,0920,1320,1720,2120)
Norway.
Vardo
Bodo
(LGV) Station V
(LGP) Station B
(0300,0700,1100,1500,1900,2300)
(0018,0418,0900,1218,1618,2100)
Iceland.
Reykjavik
(TFA) Station R
(0318,0718,1118,1518,1918,2318)
Azores
Horta
(CTH) Station F
(0050,0450,0850,1250,1650,2050)
Bermuda
(ZBM) Station B
(0010,0410,0810,1210,1610,2010)
NORTH ATLANTIC:
CANADA - ATLANTIC COAST & GREAT LAKES:
Labrador
(VOK) Station X
St John's
Sydney
Sydney
Yarmouth
Yarmouth
Sept-Iles
Sept-Iles
Montreal
Montreal
Wiarton
Thunder Bay
(VON)
(VCO)
(VCO)
(VAU)
(VAU)
(VCK)
(VCK)
(VFN)
(VFN)
(VBC)
(VBA)
Station
Station
Station
Station
Station
Station
Station
Station
Station
Station
Station
O
Q
S
U
V
C
D
W
T
H
P
(Fr)
(Fr)
(Fr)
(Fr)
(0350,0750,1150,1550,1950,2350)
(+ 0910, 2110 1Jul-31Oct)
(0220,0620,1020,1420,1820,2220)
(0240,0640,1040,1440,1840,2240)
(0255,0655,1055,1455,1855,2255)
(0320,0720,1120,1520,1920,2320)
(0335,0735,1135,1535,1935,2335)
(0020,0420,0820,1220,1620,2020)
(0035,0435,0835,1235,1635,2035)
(0340,0740,1140,1540,1940,2340)
(0355,0755,1155,1555,1955,2355)
(0110,0510,0910,1310,1710,2110)
(0230,0630,1030,1430,1830,2230)
NORTH SEA:
Norway.
Rogaland
(LGQ) Station L
(0148,0548,0948,1348,1748,2148)
Great Britain.
Cullercoats
(GCC) Station G
(0048,0448,0848,1248,1648,2048)
Netherlands.
Ijmuiden
(0348,0748,1148,1548,1948,2348)
(PBK) Station P
BALTIC SEA:
Sweden.
(All controlled from Stockholm/SDJ)
Bjuroklubb
64.28N 21.36E
Gislovshammer
55.29N 14.19E
Stockholm
59.17N 18.43E)
Station H
(0000,0400,0800,1200,1600,2000)
Station J
(0330,0730,1130,1530,1930,2330)
Station U
(0030,0430,0830,1230,1630,2030)
ENGLISH CHANNEL:
Belgium.
Pagina 173
Oostende
Oostende
(OST) Station M
(OST) Station T
WUN-v03
(0200,0600,1000,1400,1800,2200)
(0248,0648,1048,1448,1848,2248)
Great Britain.
Niton
(GNI) Station S
(0018,0418,0818,1218,1618,2018)
Niton
(GNI) Station K (trial) (0140,0540,0940,1340.1740,2140)
IRISH SEA AND EASTERN NORTH ATLANTIC:
Great Britain.
Portpatrick
(GPK) Station O
Eire.
Valencia
(0130,0530,0930,1330,1730,2130)
(EJK) Station W (Trial)
BAY OF BISCAY TO N.AFRICA:
France.
Corsen
Station A
Spain.
Coruna(Finisterre)
Tarifa
Station D
Station G
Eng/Sp
Eng/Sp
(0030,0430,0830,1230,1630,2030)
(0100,0500,0900,1300,1700,2100)
Canaries
Las Palmas
Station I
Eng/Sp
(0120,0520,0920,1320,1720,2120)
(0000,0400,0800,1200,1600,2000)
Portugal.
Monsanto(Alges)(CTV) Station R
(0250,0650,1050,1450,1850,2250)
MEDITERRANEAN SEA
Spain.
Valencia (La Nao)
Station X
France.
La Garde
Station W
(0340,0740,1140,1540,1940,2340)
Malta.
(9HD) Station O
(0220,0620,1020,1420,1820,2220)
Croatia.
Split
(9AS) Station Q
(0250,0650,1050,1450,1850,2250)
Greece.
Kerkyra
Limnos
Iraklion
(SVK) Station K
(SVL) Station L
(SVH) Station H
Turkey.
Izmir
Antalya
(TAN) Station I
(TAL) Station F
(0120,0520,0920,1320,1720,2120)
(0050,0450,0850,1250,1650,2050)
Cyprus
Cyprus
Kyrenia
(5BA) Station M
Station G
(0200,0600,1000,1400,1800,2200)
(0100,0500,0900,1300,1700,2100)
Israel.
Haifa
(4XO) Station P
(0230,0630,1030,1430,1830,2230)
Egypt.
Serapeum
(SUZ) Station N
(0210,0610,1010,1410,1810,2210)
Eng/Sp
Eng/Gr
Eng/Gr
Eng/Gr
(0350,0750,1150,1550,1950,2350)
(0140,0540,0940,1340,1740,2140)
(0150,0550,0950,1350,1750,2150)
(0110,0510,0910,1310,1710,2110)
BLACK SEA AND BOSPHORUS, SEA OF MARMARA:
Turkey.
Pagina 174
Istanbul
Samsun
(TAH) Station D
(TAF) Station E
WUN-v03
(0030,0430,0830,1230,1630,2030)
(0040,0440,0840,1240,1640,2040)
Bulgaria.
Varna
(LZW) Station J
(0130,0530,0930,1330,1730,2130)
Ukraine.
Odessa
Mariupol
(UTT) Station C
(USU) Station B
(0230,0630,1030,1430,1830,2230)
(0100,0500,0900,1300,1700,2100)
Russian Federation.
Novorossiysk
(UDN) Station A
(0300,0700,1100,1500,1900,2300)
RED SEA, PERSIAN GULF, GULF of OMAN:
Egypt
Serapeum
(SUZ) Station X
(0350,0750,1150,1550,1950,2350)
Bahrain.
Bahrain.
(A9M) Station B
(0010,0410,0810,1210,1610,2010)
Saudi Arabia.
Dammam
Jeddah
(HZG) Station G
(HZH) Station H
(0100,0500,0900,1300,1700,2100)
(0110,0510,0910,1310,1710,2110)
Oman.
Muscat
(A4M) Station M
(0200,0600,1000,1400,1800,2200)
(VWB) Station G
(VWM) Station P
(0500,0900,1300,1700,2100)
(0230,0630,1030,1830)
INDIAN OCEAN:
India.
Bombay
Madras
South Africa.
Durban
(ZSD) Station O
Port Elizabeth (ZSQ) Station I
(0220,0620,1020,1420,1820,2220)
(0120,0520,0920,1320,1720,2120)
ATLANTIC AFRICA:
Namibia
Walvis Bay
(V5W) Station B
(0810,1210,1610)
South Africa.
Cape Town
(ZSC) Station C
(0020,0420,0820,1220,1620,2020)
YELLOW AND CHINA SEAS, MALAYSIA, INDONESIA:
China.
Guangzhou
Shanghai
Darian
(XSQ) Station N
(XSG) Station Q
(XSZ) Station R
Hong Kong
Hong Kong
(VRX) Station L
(0150,0550,0950,1350,1750,2150)
Thailand.
Bangkok
(HSA) Station F
(0050,0450,0850,1250,1650,2050)
Singapore.
Singapore
(9VG) Station C
(0020,0420,0820,1220,1620,2020)
Indonesia.
Jayapura
Ambon
Makassar
(PNK) Station A
(PKE) Station B
(PKF) Station D
(0000,0400,0800,1200,1600,2000)
(0010,0410,0810,1210,1610,2010)
(0030,0430,0830,1230,1630,2030)
Pagina 175
Eng/Ch
Eng/Ch
Eng/Ch
(0210,0610,1010,1410,2210)
(0240,0640,1040,1440,2240)
(0250,0650,1050,1450,1850,2250)
Jakarta
WUN-v03
(0040,0440,0840,1240,1640,2040)
(PKX) Station E
JAPAN:
(Eng on 518 khz, Japanese on 424 khz).
Naha
Moji
Yokohama
Kushiro
Otaru
(JNB) Station G English
Japanese
(JNR) Station H English
Japanese
(JGC) Station I English
Japanese
(JNX) Station K English
Japanese
(JNL) Station J English
Japanese
(0100,0500,0900,1300,1700,2100)
(0000,0400,0800,1200,1600,2000)
(0110,0510,0910,1310,1710,2110)
(0017,0417,0817,1217,1617,2017)
(0120,0520,0920,1320,1720,2120)
(0034,0434,0834,1234,1634,2034)
(0140,0540,0940,1340,1740,2140)
(0108,0508,0908,1308,1708,2108)
(0130,0530,0930,1330,1730,2130)
(0054,0454,0854,1254,1654,2054)
RUSSIAN FEDERATION - PACIFIC COAST:
Kholmsk
Beringovsky
Petropavlovsk
Vladivostok
Magaden
Providenya
(UFO) Station
Station
(UBE) Station
Station
Station
Station
B
E
C
A
D
F
Eng-trial
Eng-trial
Eng-trial
Eng-trial
Eng-trial
Eng-trial
(0010,0410,0810,1210,1610,2010)
(0040,0440,0840,1240,1640,2040)
(0020,0420,0820,1220,1620,2020)
(0000,0400,0800,1200,1600,2000)
(0030,0430,0830,1230,1630,2030)
(0050,0450,0850,1250,1650,2050)
CANADA - PACIFIC COAST:
Prince Rupert (VAJ) Station D
Tofino
(VAE) Station H
(0030,0430,0830,1230,1630,2030)
(0110,0510,0910,1310,1710,2110)
SOUTH AMERICA:
Argentina.
Buenos Aires (L2D)
Bahia Blanca (L2N)
Cmdr.Rivadavia(L2V)
Rio Gallegos (L3I)
Chile.
Puerto Montt
Puerto Montt
Talcahuano
Talcahuano
Valparaiso
Valparaiso
Antofagasta
Antofagasta
Magallanes
Magallanes
Station
Station
Station
Station
Station
Station
Station
Station
Station
Station
F
E
C
B
Eng/Sp
Eng/Sp
Eng/Sp
Eng/Sp
(0510,1110,1710,2310)
(0210,0810,1410,2010)
(0150,0750,1350,1950)
(0410,1010,1610,2210)
D
K
C
J
B
I
A
H
E
L
Eng
Sp
Eng
Sp
Eng
Sp
Eng
Sp
Eng
Sp
(0430,1230,2030)
(0030,0830,1630)
(0420,1220,2020)
(0020,0820,1620)
(0410,1210,2010)
(0010,0810,1610)
(0400,1200,2000)
(0000,0800,1600)
(0440,1240,2040)
(0040,0840,1640)
Chile - Easter Island.
Isle de Pascua (CBY) Station F
Isle de Pascua (CBY) Station M
Eng
Sp
(0450,1250,2050)
(0050,0850,1650)
Peru.
Paita
Callao
Mollendo
(CBP)
(CBP)
(CBT)
(CBT)
(CBV)
(CBV)
(CBA)
(CBA)
(CBM)
(CBM)
Station
Station
Station
Station
(OBY2) Station S
(OBC3) Station U
(OBF4) Station W
Eng/Sp
Eng/Sp
Eng/Sp
(0300,0700,1100,1500,1900,2300)
(0320,0720,1120,1520,1920,2320)
(0340,0740,1140,1540,1940,2340)
++++++ NAVTEX DXing
Following an exchange of emails with Keith on something to generate
Pagina 176
WUN-v03
further interest we invite you to send in your captures as follows :
a.
NAVTEX transmissions cover some long distances at night. Send
me your personal DX sample - showing sufficient ID blocks to
identify transmitter plus sufficient text to confirm area of coverage.
My own longest one to date (QTH UK) is USCG New Orleans:
zczc ga78
1. unlit oil platform.
2. 27-38.5 096-39.5w.
3. u~k.
4.~ 7~(
5. nogf~
6. bnm-6~0.
nnnn
uuia~~brk
~~~~wu~~~~zczc ga92
~b~c~1206-96
t~xicw - galveztsoy entrance~n
gaton - freepo
c rear lt~~~ptl is reportes~jis~ed~m~
p~iusaia~i~u~~s~~~~ 1157-aveland~u~~
been a report ef~hy~adrift 200yosq~
guflport in apir~tn 089-08.1w/7
~nnn~~~aas
iy~jesi~~c g~48
bnm 1
louisiana - bre~~r~~ithere has bex~n ~jmc
ca~ub ~~ss~~e14
b.
[G] is USCG New Orleans/NMG
posn W Gulf of Mexico
[G] is NMG
Galveston entrance
Gaton (?)
Freeport
Gulfport
Louisiana
In the end we think samples of NAVTEXs (and for this we must insist
on solid copy) giving either info relating to beacons or other
communications services which we can pass on, or navigation
warnings out of the ordinary. Keith remembers seeing one about
a dead whale!
>From this we will chose the most interesting and run up another NAVTEX
article in a couple of months.
++++++ MSI broadcasts
MSI stands for Marine Safety Information and these broadcasts are
transmitted on a number of exclusive HF frequencies designated for
this purpose.
These are 4210, 6314, 8416.5, 12579, 16806.5, 19680.5 and 22376 kHz.
There is a further HF frequency 4209.5 kHz which may be used as a
NAVTEX frequency is areas subject to high levels of static on 518 kHz.
I seem to remember it being used by India but there is no current listing
to support that now.
The mode of transmission is Sitor-Mode B (fec) in all cases.
Until recently the only organization currently employing the MSI frequencies
was the US Coast Guard using their transmitters at Boston/NMF covering the N
Atlantic; and Pt Reyes/NMC, Honolulu/NMO, and Guam/NRV covering the N
Pacific. This month I've discovered that the Argentineans have added a
broadcast from their Comodoro Rivadavia Prefectura Naval Radio/L2W.
A chronological timetable is given below:
UTC
Tx
0000
0030
0130
0140
0230
NMC
NIK
NMO
NMF
NRV
4
6
*
*
8
*
*
*
*
12
16
19
22
*
*
*
*
*
Ice report (seasonal)
*
*
*
Pagina 177
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0330
0430
0500
0530
0630
0730
0900
1218
1300
1330
1500
1630
1730
1800
1830
1900
2030
2230
2300
2315
NMO
NMO
NRV
L2W
NMO
NMO
NRV
NIK
L2W
NMO
NRV
NMF
NMO
NMC
L2W
NRV
NMO
NMO
L2W
NRV
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Ice report (seasonal)
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
++++++ Scheduled HF CW marine broadcasts - N/Atlantic/Baltic/Med/Black Sea.
For those of you who like to keep in practice without a decoder here is
a list of CW MIBs still listed running (bearing in mind notes at the end).
0048
0050
0100
0348
0500
0500
0510
0505
0518
0618
0630
0650
0700
0700
0730
0750
0800
0825
0830
0830
0830
0900
0900
0903
0930
0930
0948
0950
1030
1118
1250
1250
1300
1310
1318
1330
1330
1500
1518
1618
1650
SN Madrid
Rome
Odesa
Athens
IN Rome
Mariupol
Kaliningrad
Klaipeda
Odesa
Athens
Varna
Rome
Rome
Bandirma
Portishead
Samsun
Bandirma
Helsinki
SN Madrid
Rome
Riga
SN Madrid
Kaliningrad
SN Madrid
Portishead
IN Rome
Athens
Bandirma
Tallinn
Odesa
Rome
Chatham
Klaipeda
Kaliningrad
Helsinki
Portishead
Bandirma
Odesa
Athens
SN Madrid
Chatham
EBA
IAR
UUI
SVA
IDQ
USU
UIW
LYL
UUI
SVA
LZW
IAR
IAR
YMB
GKB
YMY
YMB
OFJ
EBA
IAR
YLQ
EBA
UIW
EBA
GKB
IDQ
SVA
YMB
ESA
UUI
IAR
WCC
LYL
UIW
OFJ
GKB
YMB
UUI
SVA
EBA
WCC
2841 4261 6388 8528.5
4292
6353 8520 12947 17155
4343 8687
2291 4280 6390.3
4265
2580
3730
6341.5
4343 8687
4350.4
4292
8530 13011 17160.8 22634
3636 6965
4274 8559.4 12835.4 17113
3636 6965
3636
4271
3790 6930 14641
4292 8530 13011 17160.8
3185 4335
6408.5
3737 8466 12973 17152 22403
6388 8528.5 13059 17018
4274 8559.4 12835.4 17113
6390.3 8486
4343 8687
6965
6405
6341.5
4292
6376 8630 13033.5 16972
3730
2580
4271
4274 8559.4 12835.4 17113
3636
6341.5
4343 8687
6388 8528.5 13059 17018
6376 8630 13033.5 16972
Pagina 178
Navs
Wx
Wx
Wx
Wx
Wx
Wx
Wx
Wx Navs Ice
Wx
Wx Nav
Wx
Wx
Wx
Navs
+
Wx
Nav
Wx Navs
+
Wx
Wx
+
Navs
+
Wx
Navs
+
Navs
+
Navs
+
Wx
Wx
+
Nav
Wx Ice
+
Navs
Wx
+
Wx
+
Wx
Wx
Ice No rpts just mkr
Navs (Sundays)
+
Navs
Wx Ice
+
Wx
+
Navs
Wx
+
1700
1700
1730
1730
1730
1800
1825
1830
1850
1900
1930
1948
1950
2030
2030
2100
2105
2118
2130
2150
2200
2210
SN Madrid
Mariupol
Portishead
SN Madrid
Bandirma
IN Rome
Helsinki
Varna
Rome
Rome
Riga
SN Madrid
Samsun
Kaliningrad
Rome
IN Rome
Odesa
Athens
Portishead
Bandirma
Bandirma
Kaliningrad
EBA
USU
GKB
EBA
YMB
IDQ
OFJ
LZW
IAR
IAR
YLQ
EBA
YMY
UIW
IAR
IDQ
UUI
SVA
GKB
YMB
YMB
UIW
WUN-v03
3790 6930 14641
4265
4274 8559.4 12835.4 17113
6408.5
3636
4280 6390.3
4271
4350.4
4292
8530 13011 17160.8 22634
3185 4335
4261 6388 8528.5 13059
3636 6965
3737 6465 8466 12877.5
4292 8530 13011 17160.8
2291 4280 6390.3
6341.5
4343 8687
4274 8559.4 12835.4 17113
6965
3636
2580
Wx
Wx Ice
Navs
Wx
Navs
Wx
Wx Navs
Wx Nav
Wx
Wx
Nav
Navs
Wx
Navs
Wx
Wx
Wx Ice
Wx
Wx
Navs
Navs
Wx
+
+
+
+
+
See note
Notes.
+
Confirmed on some/all of the given frequencies.
Monitored at given time but nil heard.
Indications are that IDQ has ceased all CW transmissions, also EBA has
ceased weather broadcasts in CW.
++++++ Non-paired ship telex - 4 & 6 MHz
Thanks again to John Doe (London), for last month's logs to Rick Baker
Robin Hood, and Wade Taylor, and a post from Howard Oakley.
4202.5
4203
4203.5
4204
4204.5
4205
4205.5
4206
4206.5
4207
6300.5
6301
6301.5
6302
6302.5
6303
6303.5
6304
6304.5
6305
6305.5
6306
6306.5
6307
fec
50/R/170
50/R/170
50/R/170
arq
arq
Intership relay of Philippines news
Ships working Kaliningrad/UIW in 3sc.
Calling Arkhangelsk/RKLM
In Russian wrkng ???
To Goeteborg/SAB23 on 4268.6
Scandanavian intership
50/R/170
Eta Klaipeda wrkng LYK?
cw
Calling Arkhangelsk/UCE
75/850
50/R/170
cw
cw
fec
50/R/170
arq
arq
50/R/170
usb
50/R/170
arq
arq
cw
ACF64
NATO (encrypted) to ???
In Russian. Msgs addressed Murmansk
5 letter grps with Cyrillic chars.
qsx for Warsaw/SPW on 4930.5
ROD9
Intership relay of Philippines news
Wrkng ???
Wrkng ???
Goeteborg/SAB33 on 6460 s/c QSPV MARITEX
Message addressed Holmsk ? (Kholmsk?)
Wrkng ???
Wrkng ??? in PP
Warsaw/SPW s/c QSKK
Many ships all UCxx c/signs wrkng
Arkhangelsk/UCE on 6337.
cw
usb
Unid with Cyrillic letters
Spanish - presumably fishing vessels.
cw
Vri fast Russian - wrkng ???
Pagina 179
+
+
+
+
+
+
-
6307.5
6308
6308.5
6309
6309.5
6310
6310.5
6311
6311.5
fec
WUN-v03
Intership relay of Philippines news
cw
Vri fast Russian - wrkng ???
cw
Vri fast Russian - wrkng ???
cw
Vri fast Russian - wrkng ???
50/R/170
Wrking ???
Next month
39 channels
16785-16804
++++++ Station overviews
Rogaland Radio/LGB
Location:
Norway at 58.39N 5.36E
HF WT service
Marker:
Typically "CQ de LGW LGB LGJ LGX = tfc for 3ESL3 DZVP UNCD =
qsx 4185 8368,5 12552,5 16736,5 LGQ/LGT 500 khz"
Watchkeeping: As indicated by call tape ch7 of callband in use.
Traffic list: On every hour bar 0000 0100 0300 0400 0600 2100 2300 on the
frequencies in use.
OMEGA status reports: At 0200 0800 1400 1900
LGW
LGU
LGB
LGJ
LGX
LFG
LFZ
4241.5
6432
8574
12727.5
17074.4
22473.5
25382.5
Telex service
Station number 2550 ---> selcall QPPV
Marker:
"LGB tlx" and tuning burst
Tfc lists: 0500 0700 1200 1600 2000 on frequencies at use at that time.
LGW2
LGW3
LGU2
LGB2
LGJ4
LGX3
1609.5
1611.5
4211.5
4213
6318
8418.5
12605
12623.5
16832
22402
Ship
2144.5
2146.5
4173.5
4175
6266.5
8378.5
12502.5
12521.5
16709
22310
Chan
[ 403]
[ 406]
[ 608]
[ 805]
[1252]
[1290]
[1652]
[2252]
HF RT service
Watching keeping: H24 where shown
Traffic lists:
At 0800 1200 1800 2300 on
Wx forecasts:
At 1205 on 8749 and 13158
At 2305 on 6507 and 8749
LGN4
LGN5
LGN21
LGN30
LFL5
LFL7
LFL8
LGQ
4375
4381
4432
6507
8743
8749
8755
8779
8785
Ship
4083
4089
4140
6206
8219
8225
8231
8255
8261
8779 and 22756 kHz
Chan
[ 407]
[ 409]
[ 426]
[ 603]
[ 809]
[ 811]
[ 813]
[ 821]
H24
[ 823]
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LFL31
LFL34
LFL37
LGQ
LFL42
LFL44
LFN4
LGQ
LFN6
LFN23
LFN24
LFN27
LFN32
LFN35
LGQ
LFN41
LFN44
LFN45
13086
13107
13125
13140
13149
13158
17251
17254
17260
17296
17299
17326
22717
22738
22756
22795
22810
22813
12239
12260
12278
12293
12302
12311
16369
16372
16378
16414
16417
16444
22021
22042
22060
22099
22114
22117
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[1204]
[1211]
[1317]
[1222]
H24
[1225]
[1228]
[1604]
[1605]
[1607]
[1619]
[1620]
[1629]
[2208]
[2215]
[2221]
H24
[2234]
[2239]
[2240]
Address:
Rogaland Radio
P.B. 3070
N-4301 Sandnes,
Norway
Research/acknowledgements
ALRS Vol.1(96/97) + Vol.3(96/97)
Brannolte/Siebel SEEFUNK
CFL/9
Klingenfuss Utility Guide 97
Vancouver Radio/VAI
Location:
Canada at 49.11N 123.07W
HF WT service
Marker: Typically "cq de VAI qsx 4/6/8/12/16 mhz ch7/ch8 ch3/ch4 22 mhz on
request obs/amver/qrj? VAI sitor selcall 1.00581 qru?"
Watchkeeping: on channels 7/8 of call band as indicated on calltape.
22 Mhz (ch3/4) on request.
Tfc list: Every OH+30
Wx fcst and Nav wngs:
0230 0630 1830 on 4235 6493 8453 12876 17175.2
4235
6493
8453
12876
17175.2
22638.5
Telex service
Station number 0581 ---> selcall VPFX
Traffic lists: on 4214.5 at 0200 0700
on 8428
at 0230 0730 1930
on 12599.5 at 1900
Wx: 0200 0700 on 4214.5 0230 0730 1930 on 8428.5
1900 on 12599.5
Nav wngs: 1900 on 12599.5 1930 on 8428.5
VAI
4214.5
6318.5
8428.5
12599.5
16822
22391.5
Ship
4176.5
6267
8388.5
12497
16699
22299.5
Chan
[ 409]
[ 609]
[ 825]
[1241]
[1632]
[2231]
HF RT service
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Watchkeeping: H24
Wx forecast: At 0200, 0700, 1900 on 4384 kHz
VAI
4125
4384
6513
8737
13095
17263
22753
Ship
4125
4092
6212
8213
12248
16381
22057
Chan
[ 410]
[ 605]
[ 807]
[1207]
[1608]
[2220]
Address:
Vancouver Coast Guard
109, 4611 Crowley Crescent,
Richmond, BC
Canada
V7B 1B9
Research/acknowledgements
ALRS Vol.1(96/97) + Vol.3(96/97)
Brannolte/Siebel SEEFUNK
CFL/9
Klingenfuss Utility Guide 97
++++++ Shipping snippets
Roufs broadcasts brief radio message
A Chilean government aircraft heard a brief radio message from Gerry
Roufs on 16 Jan on V.H.F. Channel 16. Roufs, 43, had not been heard from
since just after midnight 8 Jan. He is aboard the 18-meter/59-foot Groupe
LG2, a yacht competing in the Vendee Globe Challenge solo, around-the-world
race. Roufs, from Montreal, Quebec, Canada, is believed to be between Cape
Horn and the Falkland/Malvinas Islands. As a result, the on-going search
for Roufs has been transferred from Chile to Argentina.
British Telecom to open new INMARSAT station in May
British Telecom will open a new 15 million British pound/U.S.$24
million station in Auckland, New Zealand, in May. BT Pacific will be the
earth link for the INMARSAT Pacific Ocean Region Satellite. The station
will be accessible by Inmarsat-A, B-Sat, M-Sat, C-Sat and Mobiq.
U.S. Coast Guard announces public meetings
The U.S. Coast Guard announced 13 Feb. that it is seeking comments
from the public on efforts to prevent maritime casualties by assessing
human factors. Public meetings will be held in New Orleans on 25 Feb.;
Oakland, Calif., on 28 Feb.; St. Louis, Mo., on 26 March; and Providence,
R.I., on 18 April. Each of the meetings will be chaired by Rear Adm. James
C. Card, assistant commandant for marine safety and environmental
protection. For more information, contact the Coast Guard Human Element and
Ship Design Division at 202-267-2997 or [email protected]
Thanks to Steve Schultz/SHIPs list for the above three snippets.
Finally since the last newsletter the BT Challenge yachts sailed from
Wellington to Sydney. They are due to sail from Sydney on 2 Mar on Leg 4
to Capetown where they are due 8 April.
++++++ Sign off
There it is once again - trust its given you pointers to find something of
interest amongst the maritime bands.
Regards to all, Day.
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New Products, Books, News and Reviews
Rick "RD" Baker, editor
1352 Cavalcade Dr., Austintown, Ohio 44515-3844, USA
[email protected] or [email protected]
____________________________________________________________________________
|Items to be reviewed, information about new products, books, software, or |
|events that would be of interest to the WUN membership, send them in care |
|of this column (not via the clubs D.C. address to save mail costs)
|
---------------------------------------------------------------------------"RD" Reviews
o PC-Frequency Manager 2.0 for Windows
(software by Ingenieurbhro fhr Satellitentechnik)
Many of you will recall we reviewed PC-Frequency Manager V1.4 in the
October 95 WUNNEWS. This month we review their Version 2.0 for Windows. The
copy I reviewed came on CD-ROM, which is optional.
Requirements:
IBM compatible PC 386 or higher with 486/66 Mhz recommended; VGA graphic
adapter; Minimum of 30 Mb free on the hard drive (maximum 75!); Windows 3.xx
or Windows 95 with a resolution of 800 x 600 pixels; serial port for CAT
(something new!); and optionally a sound adapter for play back of .wav files
(that's where you need the extra space on the HD if you want them there) and
CD-ROM. The software can be ordered in English or German.
For this review I used an IBM compatible Compaq Pentium 90 running Win95
with 16 megs of RAM.
Installation:
Installation was a breeze with the CD-ROM. Total time about 4
minutes.
The Program:
Under the database heading the user is presented with a drop down box
containing the following choices; Utility stations; Broadcast; Numbers
Stations; Call signs (more than 10,000 records); ITU Call signs (more than
125,000 records); and Call sign allocation. The Utility data base is said to
contain about 26,000 records, up from 21,000 in the last version. Broadcast
has around 14,000 records and Numbers has around 300. Fields include
frequency; call sign; mode; baud rate; shift; language, etc., depending on
which set you are in. These databases are completely searchable. For example
I wanted to look for any Numbers stations that may be up as I type this. I
opened "numbers stations" and had it look for "0600" under remarks. Nine
records were displayed. I could reduce the offerings by looking for "Spanish"
numbers stations that have an 0600 schedule. I randomly selected several
dozen known frequencies from known WUN logs in SSB and digital to check the
utility database. What I found was in SSB, the same condition I noted in my
review in 1995 some very old frequencies. Most of these stem from the changes
resulting from the WARC-92 Aero Mobile band shift about two years ago that
saw many military aero frequencies change. In the 1995 review I noted 11176
was still listed after it had changed to 11175 under WARC-92. Well, this one
is now changed to 11175, but the vast majority still show frequencies
different to what has been in use now for almost two years. Examples: The
U.S. Coast Guard on 8983.0 is still listed on 8984.0; U.S. GHFS frequencies
8968.0 and 8992.0 are still listed as 8967 and 8993. I didn't sample the rest
of the GHFS frequencies. Canadian Forces frequencies of 9007.0 and 11232.0
are still listed as 9006.0 and 11233.0 kHz. Halifax Military is missing in
some places but we have a place called "Chatham Island" listed. Then, under
maritime samples I found new and old maritime frequencies mixed in. You may
recall that back in 1991, the ITU under international agreement, modified the
maritime bands which created all new frequencies by changing the separation.
The inclusion of these pre-1991 frequencies tends to contaminate the data,
although the new frequencies also seem to be listed. They are not noted as
new or old. Under 11175 we find listings for "Diego Garcia", "Scott AFB" and
"Upper Heyford", as stations that may be heard transmitting, but I doubt they
will be heard except in a phone patch. I've never heard them up working
aircraft. There are other examples as well on other frequencies. The RAF
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Volmet, which until very recently was on 4715.0, is listed as "Shanwick". My
limited sampling left the `correct' percentage pretty low, only 30%. I'd
guess based on glancing over known SSB frequencies it's really more like 65%.
If you live in Europe or elsewhere, these rates may be higher since I kind of
"picked on" known North American frequencies, making this more of a personal
"nit" than a scientific study. However, my sampling in the digital utility
stations area revealed much improvement, at rates up to 95% correct. I
didn't check "Broadcast" at all for accuracy, and only sampled a few from the
Number Station database finding them correct to known logs. You can also edit
or add to the records in any of the databases, which is a real handy
feature.
An update service is also offered for three month updates. You need only
return your original disk The call signs list includes the user,
latitude/longitude of the station as well as NATO call signs and known
selcalls. The ITU Call sign database is just that; a list of stations call
signs on file with the ITU. The call sign allocation list provides the
ITU allocations for call signs by country.
The next heading is "Information", which includes Abbreviations of
Countries list; Abbreviations (general utility terms); ICAO Indicators List
(more than 12,000 civil and military airports listed); Station Classes;
ATU-A, which is a list of Arabic words and their meaning; Frequency Ranges;
Systems and Technical Handbook. The Systems module is very neat. You choose
a digital system that your interested in and a full descriptive "info file"
is displayed. But you can also view the signal of the file on a simulated
oscilloscope AND play a .wav file of what that mode sounds like. Then you can
direct access the database and display a list of frequencies for that
particular mode of interest and get a list of known frequencies. Very slick.
Now the other new feature. V2.0 features built-in software for CAT
control of your receiver directly from the database. The following radios are
supported; Icom; Yaesu; Kenwood; EKD500; NRD535; and AR3000. Some receivers
can be controlled using their integrated CAT software. Some decoders, such as
Hoka can also be remotely controlled. (I suggest writing them for additional
details as the list is changing constantly). I didn't have a chance to use
the CAT feature with my radios, if I do, I'll report back on it.
There is also an option to provide a link to any MUF software you may
have. So what you end up with is a system that combines a database; a log
book; perhaps four or five research books; computer control software; and
more. This is the way computer programs should work for the radio hobbyist.
It's a fantastic "I was I had a program that..".program, as it offers most
everything but the kitchen sink. I liked it a lot and can think of dozens of
neat ways to use it. But their utility station database still needs some
work in SSB listings, and especially in North American SSB stations. Digital,
listings, along with the programs text, graphics and wave files, are it's
strong point, along with the other nice features of the program.
There are a number of ordering options to suit your needs. The base
program on disks is $99.00 (I assume dollars since the dollar sign was used,
but write or call for up to date pricing and confirmation always before
ordering). The wave file disks comes as a 24 disk set for $49.00. Three month
update service is $39.00. The CD-ROM with wave files runs $129.00. Their DOS
V1.4 is also still available for $89.00. Unfortunately there are no North
American distributors. The company has added Hoka Electronics in Holland as
a seller. Otherwise you must contact the company direct c/o Ingenieurbhro fhr
Satellitentechnik, Muhlenweg 11, 24217 Stakendorf, Germany. Telephone (49)
4344 6758, FAX (49) 4344 5154
Payment can be done via several means, but the most convenient for
international orders are Mastercard, and international money order. You must
add $7.00 for air mail. Questions may be directed by e-mail to:
[email protected]
NEWS
David Ross sent an interesting web site url. It's for the United
States Air Force in Europe. Try: http://www.usafe.af.mil/
Thanks David!
NEW RELEASES
Joerg Klingenfuss recently announced that all orders for the new 1997
Internet Radio Guide have been shipped by 18 Feb 1997.
Joerg also reports that orders for the new book Shortwave Communications
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Receivers Past and Present 1945-1996 by Universal Radio's Fred Osterman were
sold out initially and they were overrun with hundreds of orders. There is
now a waiting list, and they expect all orders to be mailed by 20 Mar 1997 at
the latest if you ordered via Klingenfuss Publications. If you have
questions, their E-Mail address is: [email protected]
Next month the latest offering from Klingenfuss Publications when we
review this latest version of their Internet Radio Guide.
DE "RD"
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6875 Fielding #02
Montreal (Quebec)
Canada H4V 1P3
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STATION/VERIF/CALL/FREQ/MODE/TYPE QSL/NO.DAYS/REMARKS/CONTRIBUTOR
MILITARY/COAST GUARD SHIPS
USCGC Point Warde (WPB-82368)/NUIH
USCGC Seneca (WMEC 906)
The Sullivans
HMCS St. John's
HMS Boxer
USS Stethem (DDG-63)
5320.0
2182.0
7535.0
5696.0
8240.0
5696.0
USB
USB
USB
USB
USB
USB
PFC
PFC
PFC
PFC
PFC
PFC
10
11
16
44
28
28
ds
ds
ds
ds
ds
ds
f/up
(JDS)
stkr+ltr+crd (JDS)
stickers,note (JDS)
ltr+stikr+info(JDS)
(JDS)
f.data w/info (JDS)
MARITIME/NAVAL/COAST GUARD STATIONS
USCG San Juan NAVTEX, PTR/NMR
518.0
USCG Group Woods Hole, MA/NMF2
2670.0
USCG Air Sta Houston, TX/NOY9
5693.0
USCG COMMSTA Kodiak, AK/NOJ
5696.0
Goteborg Radio, S/SAB
12652.0
FEC
USB
USB
USB
RTT
PFC
QSL
LTR
CRD
-
38 ds
(KMH)
24 ds
(JDS)
17 ds data+history (JDS)
33 ds n.data ltr+info(JDS)
126 ds wr.veri+info (JDS)
FIXED STATIONS
Varna Radio, BUL/LZW
Cable & Wireless, SHN/ZHH
8532.0 CW QSL 45 ds 2nd f/up
11092.5 LSB CRD 94 ds part data ltr
(JDS)
(JDS)
MARS STATIONS
USAF MARS Andrews AFB, DC
US Army MARS, Ft. Lewis, WA/AAH
4023.5 USB CRD
14487.0 USB CRD
(JDS)
(JDS)
#
***
#
5 ds 2nd f/up
32 ds 2 f/ups
#
THE LITTLE BLACK BOOK
***
The following addresses correspond to some of the QSL's listed above:
Goteborg Radio
Telia Mobile AB
Maritime Telecom Services
P.O. Box 2004
S-421 02 V. Frolunda
Sweden
USAF MARS Station (AIR)
2045 CG/DOJM
Andrews AFB, DC
20331-6345
Jamestown Radio/ZHH
Cable and Wireless PLC
P.O. Box 2
Jamestown
St. Helena
USCG Air Station Houston
388 Ellington Field
Houston, TX
77034
***
VERIFYING SIGNATURES
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The following are verifying signatures (v/s) on QSL's received from
individuals to whom reception reports sometimes can be specifically
addressed:
USCG Airsta Houston: Lt. K.E. O'Dell - Communications Officer.
The Sullivans: RM1 Hayes.
COMMSTA Kodiak: T.A. Stewart - Chief Telecommunications Specialist.
HMCS St. John's: R.S. Edwards - Commanding Officer.
C & W St. Helena: Gilbert Legg - Commercial Operations Supervisor
USCGC Point Warde: QMCM R.A. Dickmann - Officer-in-Charge.
USCG Grp Woods Hole: TCC Cheney - Radioman-in-Charge.
#
#
#
THE GRAPEVINE: Without a doubt J.D. STEPHENS takes the cigar this month
for most QSL's reported: 10 all told. I was hardly able to keep track - I
only hope I didn't miss any :) ... A few details that J.D. sent along with
some of his QSL data: partial data "Armed Forces Day '96" card picturing an
American Flag and crests of the 4 branches of the Armed Forces came with his
USAF MARS Andrews AFB QSL. "This is a different style card from what was sent
out by most Armed Forces Day stations soon after AFD," J.D. says. He also
notes that the address on both the card and envelope was different than that
which was listed in the official Armed Forces Day notice (see addresses
below)... GOTEBORG RADIO sent a "scribbled handwritten confirmation message
on my report, despite my requesting that they respond on official
letterhead...illegible verifying signature."... VARNA RADIO: "Station hand
stamped my reception report several times with a rubber "QSL Stamp" listing
station name and callsign, other station info, and the acronym "QSL." The
date of reception was filled in and there was an illegible verifying
signature. This is for an English language report and $1.00."... USCG COMMSTA
KODIAK sent a full-data card with the slogan: "HOME OF THE CABLE-EATING
BEARS."... Info included with the PFC says THE SULLIVANS (see Military/Coast
Guard Ships above) will be commissioned in New York City on April 19, 1997...
Some Notes on Address Protocols: Protocol for addressing U.S.
government is salutation (USS, USNS, USCGC, NOAAS, USAV), name and hull ID in
parentheses ( ). It is recommended nothing else be used. Callsign probably
only adds confusion as often the radio guys don't know it themselves. RMC
stands for Radioman in Charge. This is for non-MARS QSL's. MARS stations
should be addressed: Attn: Ship's MARS Communications Station. The 3 location
codes now used for Fleet Post Offices (FPO) are AE (New York), AA (Miami) and
AP (San Francisco). A fourth center, Seattle, was closed some time back. If
you see any old-style addresses - "FPO New York, NY 09522" - they are no
longer used and haven't been for some time... Until next month, try your luck
at a little QSL'ing if you haven't already. You never know what might come
back! Best of 73s.
#
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#
Portuguese Cover Letter ///
I figure that by now some people may have just about had their fill of
multilingual QSL cover-letters. They are of course handy and useful, but
since we've been running them for quite a few moons, it may be time to knock
off for a while and give 'em a rest. There are still a few letters in
languages that we haven't touched on yet (including Russian, Czech and
Greek). So unless anyone wants to see them continue as usual next month,
they'll be on hold at least until April so that other matters can be covered
equally. Thanks go out to Alex Wellner for his translation of this month's
letter.
(date)
--de----de 19..
Prezado Senhor,
Eu tenho prazer em relater a minha recepcao da sua emissora nos....KHZ, onda
corta, a _____de___________de 19.. as________horas UTC.Espero que o senhor
ache de interesse este relatorio.
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Para sua comprovacao da minha recepcao de estacao emissora................
eu alisto abaixo une detalhes que copiei desde seu programa.
As condicoes da recepcao foram boas/mas.
Mas os sinais foram fortes/medios/fracos e se acompanhou com(nenhum)
fadingue.
(Nao)houve muita/alguma/leva/nenhuma interferencia desda uma emissora
em..........que transmite na frequencia de ......KHZ.
Detalhes:_________________O meu receptor es.......... e meu antena es ........linear/diapole.
Eu apreciaria muito receber do senhor uma carta ou um cartao QSL confirmando
a minha recepcao de emisora ........Eu coleciomo estas como
passatempo. Includo o porta da volta.
Obrigado ao senhor pelo seu interesse e sua amavel cooperacio sou se atento
...............
John Citizen
English version
__th of____, 19..
Dear Sir,
I have the pleasure of reporting my reception of your station on .....KHZ
shortwave, on the ___th of ______ 19... at ____hours UTC. I hope that you
will find this report interesting.
For your verifying of my reception of your station...I list below some
details
that I copied from your program.
The condition of reception was good/poor.
Signal strength was strong/weak. There was (not) much/some/slight/no
interference from a station transmitting on .....KHZ.
Details______________My receiver is a.....and my antenna is a longwire/dipole.
I would much appreciate to receive a letter or QSL card from you, confirming
my reception. I collect them as a hobby. I include return postage.
I am obligated to you for your interest and your kind co-operation,
Yours respectfully,
signature
Address
Glossary: Jan = Janeiro
May = Maio
Sept= Setembro
Station ID as..
Another station
Athmospheric
Call sign
Carrier wave
Distortion
Disturbance
Heterodyne
Identified
Jamming
Military
Modulation
Static
This is..
Time
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Febr = Fevereiro
June = Junho
Oct = Outubre
March = Marco
Apr = Abril
July = Julho
Aug = Agosto
Nov
= Novembro Dec = Dezembro
identicicao da estacao
outra estacao
ruidos
Noise = atmosfericos
indicativo
onda portadora
distorcao
perturbacao
heterodina
identificado
interferencia
militar
modulacao
ruido eststico
esta e..
tempo,hora
As always,please beware of the accent marks, and use a dictionary with
your report.
Thanks to this month's contributors:
(KMH) K.M. Haywood, England
(JDS) J.D. Stephens, USA
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RADIO'S GROUNDFLOOR (part 2)
This month we present the second and final part of Shawn Axelrod's,
([email protected]) 1600-1710 kHz guide. But first, a correction,
sent to us by Robin L. Harwood ([email protected] on the Internet and
[email protected]#LTN.TAS.AUS.OC on packet radio). Here is an excerpt of the email
he forwarded to me:
1620.00
7RPH
MW
HOBART
AUSTRALIA
7RPH is now on 864 Khz 24 hours a day and runs BBC World Service between
1200 and 2300 UTC Mon to Fri.and from 1200z Saturday till 2300z Sunday.
1629.00
1629.00
2RPH
3RPH
MW
MW
SYDNEY AUSTRALIA
MELBOURNE
AUSTRALIA 2RPH has moved to 1224 Khz and 3RPH to 1179 Khz both 24 hours
and run BBC World Service overnight.
------------------------------------------------------------------------(And you didn't think I could get the name of a broadcaster into the WUN
newsletter. :-) Thanks, Robin. Now, on with the last installment of Shawn's
list:
A LISTING OF STATIONS FROM 1600 TO 1710 KHZ
COMPILED BY SHAWN M AXELROD
E-MAIL [email protected]
(part 2/2)
1641.00
1641.00
1641.00
1641.40
1641.50
1641.90
1641.90
1641.97
1642.00
1642.00
1642.00
1642.00
1642.00
1642.00
1642.00
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1642.00
1642.00
1642.00
1642.00
1642.70
1643.00
1643.00
7V
GNI
???
SC
MPK
DAW
MIN
LEK
5R
C558
F315
KA85036
KA90038
MOR
O450
R448
S446
U443
Y
Y57
442
6557
MS
8W123
B288
MF
MAR
MAR
MF
MF
MF
MF
MF
AMB
FB
FB
FB
FB
AMB
FB
FB
FB
FB
MF
FB
FB
FB
MF
FB
FB
Pagina 188
PHEONIX AZ USA
NITON ENGLAND
LANDS END UK
GREER SC USA
CHITTENANGO NY USA
GREER SC USA
AITKEN MN USA
AITKEN MN USA
PENNY STRAIT NWT CANADA
MORO
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
NEW ORLEANS
??? NH USA
LA
USA
WUN-v03
1643.00 KA83339
FB
1643.00 KA84011
FB
1643.00 S300
FB
1643.00 ???
APF
1643.50 ABC
MF
1644.10 ???
PIR
1644.50 MLZ
AMB
1645.00 3H
AMB
1645.00 A
MF
1645.00 AAA
MF
1645.00 FFD
AMB
1645.00 TLC
AMB
1645.00 YPI
AMB
1645.10 A
MF
1645.20 NH
MF
1646.00 ???
APF
1646.50 Y
MF
1647.00 J284
FB
1647.00 ???
MW
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1648.00 ABC
MF
1648.00 KA83344
FB
1648.00 VW1
FB
1648.50 CSV
MF
1648.50 RGQ
MF
1649.00 8W129
FB
1649.00 RADIO BARONES
PIR
1649.00 ???
APF
1650.00 A381
FB
1650.00 DOB
UNID
1650.00 GND
AMB
1650.00 HM381
FB
1650.00 KA80052
FB
1650.00 KA90057
FB
1650.00 KA90351
FB
1650.00 KA90352
FB
1650.00 KCNZ
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1650.00 KKLS
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1650.00 KNNZ
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1650.00 KSVP
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1650.00 KTKK
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1650.00 KTMT
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1650.00 KWHN
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1650.00 SOT
AMB
1650.00 WAOK
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1650.00 WPMH
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1650.00 Z496
FB
1650.62 G4
MF
1651.00 B105
FB
1651.00 B147
FB
1651.00 B151
FB
1651.00 B186
FB
1651.00 D198
FB
1651.00 KA90351
FB
1651.00 KA90352
FB
1651.00 W449
FB
1651.10 YHO
MF
1651.58 G3
MF
1651.70 GEO
MF
Pagina 189
VARIOUS SITES IN ALASKA USA
HILTON HEAD SC USA
??? NETHERLANDS
??? SOUTH AMERICA
MACKENZIE DELTA NWT CANADA
QUARTIZE AZ USA
SPARTANBURG SC USA
ALASKA USA
TULCAN ECUADOR
YAUPI ECUADOR
ADELANTO CA USA
??? NJ USA
VARIOUS SITES IN ALASKA USA
NEW ORLEANS LA USA
PENNANT HILLS AUSTRALIA
HILTON
HEAD
ISLAND
FERNANDINA BEACH
BERWICK PA USA
SC
FL
USA
USA
??? NETHERLANDS
VARIOUS SITES IN ALASKA USA
STONEHAVEN
ENGLAND
CEDAR FALLS IA USA
RAPID CITY SD USA
COSTA MESA CA USA
ARTESIA NM USA
SANDY UT USA
PHOENIX OR USA
FORT SMITH AR USA
REYES
BOLIVIA
ATLANTA GA USA
POTSMOUTH VA USA
PALO
ALTO
CA
USA
MASON OH USA
FRESNO CA USA
WINTER GARDEN FL
USA
WUN-v03
1652.00 9W102
FB
1652.00 A449
FB
1652.00 B158
FB
1652.00 B297
FB
1652.00 KA80057
FB
1652.00 KA83542
FB
1652.00 KEN
MF POINT PLEASANT BEACH NJ USA
1652.00 O272
FB
1652.00 QL59
FB
1652.00 ???
APF
VARIOUS SITES IN ALASKA USA
1652.20 A
MF
QUARTZITE AZ USA
1652.50 B186
FB
1652.50 M449
FB
1653.00 9W233
FB
1653.00 B005
FB
1653.00 KA90049
FB
1653.00 KA90253
FB
1653.00 LGN
AMB
BERGEN NORWAY
1653.00 OJ39
FB
1653.00 Q449
FB
1653.00 S325
FB
1654.00 E452
FB
1654.00 KA90253
FB
1654.00 U38
FB
1654.70 EK3
MF
SUNNYVALE CA USA
1655.00 A01
FB
1655.00 B151
FB
1655.00 B152
FB
1655.00 D452
FB
1655.00 H441
FB
1655.00 J181
FB
1655.00 K453
FB
1655.00 LOJ
AMB
LOJA ECUADOR
1655.00 N385
FB
1655.00 O181
FB
1655.00 P450
FB
1655.00 RIO
AMB
RIO BAMBA ECUADOR
1655.00 W34
FB
1655.00 X448
FB
1655.00 Y368
FB
1655.00 ???
MAR
POINT DE LA COUBRE FRANCE
1655.82 CQ
MF
SANTA ROSA CA USA
1655.82 SA
MF
??? CA USA
1656.00 B151
FB
1656.00 B201
FB
1656.00 BUV
AMB
FORT RUCKER AL USA
1656.00 KA90356
FB
1656.00 TAFE RADIO
MW
GOLD COAST AUSTRALIA
1656.00 ZF35
FB
1656.00 ???
MW
PENNANT HILLS AUSTRALIA
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1656.00 ???
MW
SOUTH PORT AUSTRALIA
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1656.00 ???
MW
WILLUNGA AUSTRALIA
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1656.70 HI
MF
SMITH MOUNTAIN LAKE VA USA
1656.70 VA
MF
SMITH MOUNTAIN LAKE VA USA
1657.00 8W137
FB
1657.00 9W228
FB
1657.00 A388
FB
1657.00 KA90083
FB
1657.00 ???
APF
VARIOUS SITES IN ALASKA USA
1658.00 KA90258
FB
1658.00 O70
FB
1658.70 W
MF TIBURON CA USA AFTER JAN 1 1996
1658.70 W
MF VERO BEACH FL BEFORE JAN 1 1996
1659.00 A383
FB
1659.00 A388
FB
Pagina 190
WUN-v03
1659.00 B204
FB
1659.00 GNK
AMB
NORWICK ENGLAND
1659.00 VX66
FB
1659.00 WI
MF
PICKENS SC USA
1660.00 2BJC
FB
1660.00 9W110
FB
1660.00 9W240
FB
1660.00 9W350
FB
1660.00 J3
FB
1660.00 KA2XXB
EXP
BELTSVILLE MD USA
ANTI SKYWAVE ANTENNA EXPERIMENTAL STATION
1660.00 KA84091
FB
1660.00 KBLU
MW
YUMA AZ USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1660.00 KQWB
MW
FARGO ND USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1660.00 KRCX
MW
ROSEVILLE CA USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1660.00 KRKS
MW
DENVER CO USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1660.00 KRZI
MW
WACO TX USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1660.00 KUSA
EXP
CINCINNATI OH USA
SPECIAL DAB EXPERIMENTAL STATION ALSO LISTED SA
1660.00 KUSA
EXP
LAS VEGAS NV USA
SPECIAL DAB EXPERIMENTAL STATION
1660.00 KZOK
MW
SEATTLE WA USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1660.00 SNG
AMB
SAN IGNACIO DE VALASCO BOLIVIA
1660.00 WCHQ
MW
CAMUY PEURTO RICO
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1660.00 WGIV
MW
CHARLOTTE NC USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1660.00 WJDM
MW
ELIZABETH NJ USA
1660.00 WKRG
MW
MOBILE AL USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1660.00 WMIB
MW
MARCO ISLAND FL USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1660.00 WQSN
MW
KALAMAZOO MI USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1660.00 WREN
MW
TOPEKA KS USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1660.00 ???
APF
VARIOUS SITES IN ALASKA USA
1661.00 9W241
FB
1661.00 9W250
FB
1661.00 B206
FB
1661.00 B302
FB
1661.00 EB70
FB
1661.35 U
MF
SAN DIEGO CA USA
1662.00 8W142
FB
1662.00 9W242
FB
1662.00 9W252
FB
1662.00 B158
FB
1662.00 KUB
AMB
KUBUNA PAPUA NEW GUINEA
1662.00 PZA
AMB
PUERTA CABEZAS NICARAGUA
1662.00 TV74
FB
1662.50 GDY
MF
ELLISTON VA USA
1662.90 CUL
MF
??? USA
1663.00 2W043
FB
1663.00 9W343
FB
1663.00 A217
FB
1663.00 B158
FB
1663.00 B468
FB
1663.00 KA90079
FB
1663.00 KA90263
FB
1664.00 9W016
FB
1664.00 9W114
FB
1664.00 B158
FB
Pagina 191
WUN-v03
1664.00 B209
FB
1664.00 B459
FB
1664.00 B469
FB
1664.00 B490
FB
1664.00 KA85139
FB
1665.00 6G
AMB
ARCTIC RED RIVER NWT CANADA
1665.00 9W116
FB
1665.00 B161
FB
1665.00 B162
FB
1665.00 B171
FB
1665.00 B469
FB
1665.00 CIO
AMB
CICUCO COLOMBIA
1665.00 CRB
AMB
CABO NORTE BRAZIL
ALSO LISTED AS CBR
1665.00 GREEK RADIO
MW
SYDNEY AUSTRALIA
GREEK PROGRAMMING
1665.00 LAG
AMB
LAGO AGRIO ECUADOR
1665.00 MW97
FB
1665.00 PT75
FB
1665.00 RIO
AMB
RIO BAMBA ECUADOR
1665.20 G5
MF HILO HI USA OR PALO ALTO CA USA
1666.00 9W116
FB
1666.00 9W346
FB
1666.00 B161
FB
1666.00 B343
FB
1666.00 KA83974
FB
1666.00 PT75
FB
1666.00 QF85
FB
1666.00 QFA
UNID ???
1666.60 CC
MF
??? CA USA
1667.00 B161
FB
1667.00 B162
FB
1667.00 B212
FB
1667.00 KA90126
FB
1667.00 PT85
FB
1667.00 QA83
FB
1667.00 5572
FB
1668.00 CCI
AMB
CUCUI
BRAZIL
1668.00 FCR
AMB
FAZENDA CRISTALINO BRAZIL
1668.00 KA9082
FB
1669.00 1G70
FB
1669.00 9W120
FB
1669.00 9W150
FB
1669.00 9W350
FB
1669.00 AGQ
AMB
FORT RUCKER AL USA
1669.00 IN73
FB
1669.00 KA90131
FB
1669.00 KA90270
FB
1669.00 KA90370
FB
1669.00 PL94
FB
1669.00 QA83
FB
1669.00 SN91
FB
1670.00 6T
AMB
FORT GOOD HOPE NWT CANADA
1670.00 9W530
FB
1670.00 ABS
EXP
ALEXANDRIA VA USA
USA ARMY BROADCASTING SERVICES TEST STATION
1670.00 ARMY RADIO
EXP
FORT MEADE MD USA
ALSO CALLED KTRK OR K-TRUCK
1670.00 CZU
AMB
COROZAL COLOMBIA
1670.00 FU
AMB AUCKLAND/FLATBUSH NEW ZEALAND
1670.00 KBTN
MW
NEOSHO MO USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1670.00 KHPY
MW
MORENO VALLEY CA USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1670.00 KHTE
MW
REDDING CA USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1670.00 KKEL
MW
HOBBS NM USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
Pagina 192
1670.00 KLBC
LONG BEACH CITY
1670.00 KSOS
APPLICATION FOR
1670.00 N2
1670.00 PAH
1670.00 QA83
1670.00 TIPM
1670.00 WLVW
APPLICATION FOR
1670.00 WRCC
APPLICATION FOR
1670.00 WTDY
APPLICATION FOR
1671.00 0W2H2
1671.00 B316
1671.00 CQ07
1671.00 FFM
1671.00 FFU
1671.80 WJ
1672.00 8W052
1672.00 8W153
1672.00 9W1192
1672.00 9W122
1672.00 9W252
1672.00 B217
1672.00 IE82
1672.00 KA90272
1672.00 LC
1672.00 LH85
1673.00 8W153
1673.00 B218
1673.00 KA8528
1673.50 RLR
1674.00 B395
1674.00 BV80
1674.00 DWGI
1674.00 KA83907
1674.00 KA83930
1674.00 KA83942
1674.00 KA85149
1674.00 KT07
1674.00 PCH
1674.00 QF89
1674.00 YF89
1675.00 9W125
1675.00 A305
1675.00 A387
1675.00 B195
1675.00 B220
1675.00 B272
1675.00 B450
1675.00 B480
1675.00 B580
1675.00 BE90
1675.00 BGA
1675.00 ECM
1675.00 ESM
1675.00 KA83930
1675.00 L222
1675.00 LA
1675.00 TSL
1675.00 XP
1675.20 D
1676.00 8P
1676.00 8W056
1676.00 A378
1676.00 B145
WUN-v03
MW
LONG BEACH CA USA
COLLEGE STATION
MW
BRIGHAM CITY UT USA
USA EXPANDED BAND
AMB
AMB
FB
AMB
MW
CAPE GRASSY NWT CANADA
PRAINHA BRAZIL
PALMAR SUR COSTA
SALISBURY MD USA
RICA
USA EXPANDED BAND
MW
WARNER ROBINS GA USA
MW
MADISON WI USA
USA EXPANDED BAND
USA EXPANDED BAND
FB
FB
FB
MAR
MARSEILLE FRANCE
MAR
BREST-LE-CONQUET FRANCE
MF
ARLETA CA USA
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
MF
BERWICK PA USA
FB
FB
FB
FB
MF
CORPUS CHRISTI TX USA
FB
FB
MW
MANILA PHILIPPINES
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
AMB
SCHEVENINGEN NETHERLANDS
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
AMB
BUCARAMANGA COLOMBIA
AMB
GENERAL RIVADENEIRA ECUADOR
AMB
ESMERALDAS ECUADOR
FB
FB
UNID ???
AMB TSILE TSILE PAPUA NEW GUINEA
MF
DURHAM NC USA
MF
ENGLEWOOD CO USA
AMB
PRINCE GUSTAV NWT CANADA
FB
FB
FB
Pagina 193
WUN-v03
1676.00 B171
FB
1676.00 B181
FB
1676.00 B222
FB
1676.00 B4680
FB
1676.00 B480
FB
1676.00 KA82050
FB
1676.00 QF89
FB
1676.00 Z030
FB
1677.00 8W157
FB
1677.00 B162
FB
1677.00 B181
FB
1677.00 B222
FB
1677.00 B322
FB
1677.00 EAC
AMB
1677.00 EJM
MAR
1677.00 KA83930
FB
1677.00 KA85151
FB
1677.00 KA85152
FB
1677.00 OHG
AMB
1677.50 ABC
MF
1678.00 B195
FB
1678.00 B224
FB
1678.00 KA82520
FB
1678.00 KA83500
FB
1678.00 KA83520
FB
1678.00 KA83953
FB
1678.00 KA85152
FB
1678.00 N
MF
1678.00 QF39
FB
1678.00 RWN
MF
1679.00 8W059
FB
1679.00 B324
FB
1679.00 B584
FB
1679.00 CB52
FB
1680.00 9W833
FB
1680.00 B488
FB
1680.00 B588
FB
1680.00 CB52
FB
1680.00 HD13
FB
1680.00 IH
UNID
1680.00 KA83933
FB
1680.00 KLOQ
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1680.00 SVN
AMB
1680.00 TY8
FB
1680.00 WHWH
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1680.00 WI
MF
1680.00 ???
EXP
KINTRONICS EXPER STATION WITH STEADY TONE
1681.00 B147
FB
1681.00 B1477
FB
1681.00 B171
FB
1681.00 B180
FB
1681.00 B226
FB
1682.00 A312
FB
1682.00 B227
FB
1682.00 QQ
AMB
1683.00 9W133
FB
1683.00 B128
FB
1683.00 B178
FB
1683.00 B188
FB
1683.00 B488
FB
1683.00 B588
FB
1683.00 KA90133
FB
1683.00 ???
MW
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1683.00 ???
MW
Pagina 194
TARIFA SPAIN
MALIN HEAD EIRE
HELSINKI FINLAND
HILTON HEAD SC USA
LAKE WILDWOOD
CA
USA
??? USA
???
MERCED CA USA
ATHENS
GREECE
PRINCETON NJ USA
PICKENS SC USA
BLUFF CITY TN USA
CANOAS
BRAZIL
CAMPBELLFIELD/MELBOURNE AUST
ISAACS RIDBE/CANBERRA AUST
WUN-v03
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1683.00 ???
MW
KINGSGROVE/SYDNEY AUSTRALIA
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1683.00 ???
MW
MOUNT COOT-THA/BRISBANE AUST
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1684.00 8W059
FB
1684.00 9W134
FB
1684.00 A314
FB
1684.00 A315
FB
1684.00 B178
FB
1684.00 KA90384
FB
1684.90 PC
MF
??? CT USA
1685.00 B178
FB
1685.00 KA90385
FB
1685.00 KEN
MF
POINT PLEASANT BEACH NJ USA
VARIABLE TO 1690
1685.00 MAC
AMB
MACARA
ECUADOR
1685.00 MER
AMB
MERCADERES COLOMBIA
1685.00 PH
MF
RIVERDALE MD USA
1685.50 RR
MF SAN RAFAEL CA USA AFTER MAY 1996
1685.80 PLI
MF
BURBANK CA USA
1686.00 8W116
FB
1686.00 A334
FB
1686.00 B231
FB
1686.00 B331
FB
1686.00 JPH
MF
RIVERDALE MD USA
1686.00 KA83664
FB
1687.00 B232
FB
1687.00 VG23
FB
1687.00 VH01
FB
1687.00 VH09
FB
1687.40 SD
MF
DESCANSO CA USA
1687.40 SDT
MF
DESCANSO CA USA
1687.40 TSN
MF
TUCSON AZ USA
1688.00 BCS
AMB
BENJAMIN CONSTANT BRAZIL
1688.00 ERP
AMB
EIRUNEPE BRAZIL
1688.00 GIR
MF
NEW EAGLE PA USA
1688.00 VG33
FB
1688.00 ???
MAR
FLUDA RADIO ???
1688.00 90
AMB
SIMPSON LAKE NWT CANADA
1689.00 B235
FB
1689.00 B404
FB
1689.00 B494
FB
1689.00 KA90238
FB
1689.00 MH
AMB
MOUNT HAGEN PAPUA NEW GUINEA
1689.00 SIM5AT
FB
1689.40 PC
MF
HARWINTON CT USA
1690.00 8W189
FB
1690.00 A320
FB
1690.00 B187
FB
1690.00 BBT
AMB
FORT RUCKER AL USA
1690.00 CXS
AMB
CAMPOS DOS BUGRES BRAZIL
1690.00 KA85165
FB
1690.00 KAPR
MW
DOUGLAS AZ USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1690.00 KFVR
MW
CRESENT CITY CA USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1690.00 KKGM
MW
GRAND JUNCTION CO USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1690.00 KRGI
MW
GRAND ISLAND NE USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1690.00 N3
FB
1690.00 QT61
FB
1690.00 RQU
AMB
ALASKA USA
1690.00 STLMO
MF
ST LOUIS MO USA
1690.00 WBIT
MW
ADEL GA USA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1690.00 WDDD
MW
JOHNSTON CITY IL USA
Pagina 195
WUN-v03
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1690.00 WPTX
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1691.00 BX42
FB
1692.00 AA48
FB
1692.00 B187
FB
1692.00 B337
FB
1692.00 FFB
AMB
1692.00 KA90237
FB
1692.00 KA90238
FB
1692.00 KIU
AMB
1692.00 LA CORUNA RADIO
MAR
1692.00 LGA
AMB
1692.00 LGQ
AMB
1692.00 ???
MW
APPLICATION FOR AUSTRALIAN EXPANDED BAND
1693.00 B188
FB
1694.00 B189
FB
1694.00 B336
FB
1695.00 9W116
FB
1695.00 B193
FB
1695.00 TBU
AMB
1696.00 EL52
FB
1696.00 KA83331
FB
1697.00 B240
FB
1697.00 B242
FB
1697.00 IS47
FB
1697.00 KA83545
FB
1697.00 KA83953
FB
1698.00 8W078
FB
1698.00 8W178
FB
1698.00 B193
FB
1698.00 EAF
AMB
1698.00 KA83331
FB
1698.00 KA83953
FB
1698.00 LA CORUNA RADIO
MAR
1698.00 ???
MAR
1698.30 VA
MF
1698.80 QYV
MF
1699.00 B2
FB
1699.00 B344
FB
1699.00 B504
FB
1699.00 KA85174
FB
1699.00 KAWOJ
FB
1700.00 8W119
FB
1700.00 A330
FB
1700.00 B193
FB
1700.00 B542
FB
1700.00 CPA
UNID
1700.00 CRJ
AMB
1700.00 IRREE
UNID
1700.00 KAHI
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1700.00 KAST
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1700.00 KDDR
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1700.00 KIDR
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1700.00 KLBC
MW
UCARRIER CURRENT STATION
1700.00 KNRB
MW
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1700.00 LC
MF
1700.00 MAS
AMB
1700.00 OLM
AMB
1700.00 VJ12
FB
1700.00 WCMQ
MW
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LEXINGTON PARK MD
BOULOGNE
FRANCE
KIUNGA
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
CORUNA SPAIN
ALESUND NORWAY
ROGALAND NORWAY
ABA, DARWIN AUSTRALIA
TIBU
COLOMBIA
FINISTERRE
SPAIN
LA CORUNA SPAIN
LAS PALMAS CANARY ISLANDS
SMITH MOUNTAIN VA USA
DONORA
PA USA
???
CARAJAS BRAZIL
???
AUBURN CA USA
ASTORIA OR USA
OAKES ND USA
PHOENIX AZ USA
LONG BEACH CITY COLLEGE CA
FORT WORTH TX USA
BERWICK PA USA
MACAS ECUADOR
OLMEDO ECUADOR
MIAMI SPRINGS FL USA
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APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1700.00 WEUP
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1700.00 WONX
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1700.00 WSVA
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1700.00 WZNN
APPLICATION FOR USA EXPANDED BAND
1700.00 YX17
1700.00 ???
REBROADCAST OF KGMY SPRINGFIELD MO
1701.00 OXP
1701.00 YX47
1702.00 8W182
1702.00 FU91
1702.00 HC54
1702.00 HC55
1702.00 SC54
1703.00 B259
1703.00 CJ03
1703.00 DO59
1703.00 KA83914
1704.00 B250
1704.00 KA85319
1704.00 OXZ
1705.00 B250
1705.00 BP64
1705.00 KA84013
1705.00 ???
1707.00 GNF
1707.00 MACHICHACO RADIO
1708.00 8W119
1708.00 92S103
1708.00 9W322
1708.00 9W388
1709.00 TU33
1709.00 ???
1710.00 2BFI
1710.00 GPK
1710.00 SAG
1710.00 VP46
MW
HUNTSVILLE AL USA
MW
EVANSTON IL USA
MW
HARRISONBURG VA USA
MW
ROCHESTER NH USA
FB
PIR
MAR
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
MAR
FB
FB
FB
APF
MAR
MAR
FB
FB
FB
FB
FB
APF
FB
MAR
MAR
FB
??? USA
SKAGEN DENMARK
LYNGBY DENMARK
VARIOUS SITES IN ALASKA USA
NORTH FORELAND ENGLAND
MACHICHACO SPAIN
VARIOUS SITES IN ALASKA USA
PORTPATRICK ENGLAND
GOTHENBURG SWEDEN
(end of list)
Thanks, again, Shawn for sharing your list with WUN.
Until next time, fellow WUNers, keep those antennas flying high!
73 es gud DX, de
George, N2OWO
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# UTILITY ROUND-UP #
[ editor: Ary Boender
[email protected] ]
Hi everyone. This month not the final part of the 'Police on HF'. Due to a
serious lack of time this must again wait till next month. So what do I
have for you this time? Items about DENR, a mystery station, the Albanian
Christian Network, the promised channelmarker update and last but not least
an EAM update from doctor EAM himself, Jeff Haverlah. I'd like to thank this
month's contributers Eddy Waters, ANEU, Jeff Singer, Jan Jansen, Klaus Betke,
Tom, Wade Taylor, Jeff Haverlah, and Day Watson for their support. I really
appreciate it guys!
Nav signals
----------* URLs: Klaus Betke supplied us with interesting URLs of LORAN sites. Those
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of you who follow my LORAN updates in this column must check them out:
http://home.sol.no/loran-c/ and http://www.megapulse.com
* DECCA: the South African chains will be discontinued on 31 March 1998.
* LORAN-A: Japanese Chains with Rate 2S3, 2S4, 2S5, 2S7, and 2H5 will be
discontinued in early March 1997.
* LORAN-C: the construction of the Loop Head (Ireland) Loran-C station
is still uncertain. The Irish government is against its construction.
It is possible that Wales will host this station in the future, but
this too is uncertain.
The Mediterranean Loran-C chain is currently operating in a two station
mode (both Italian stations). The Spanish station was shut down due to
an ongoing government study and it is hoped to be back on the air soon.
The Turkish station is awaiting the erection of the replacement antenna
to be operational again.
D.E.N.R.
-------Eddy Waters provides us with info about the Australian Department of the
Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in Adelaide.
Freqs: 3372 (night) 5945 (day), and 7956 USB which is primarily used for
really long distance communication, to places as far away from Adelaide as
Rockhampton in Queensland. Approximate distance Adelaide-Rockhampton is
2000 miles. There is a callup of all stations at 0900 and 1600 local time
(2230 and 0530 UTC respectively). The base station appears to be at Port
Augusta which is approximately 200 miles north of Adelaide. The many
exploration trucks are all equipped with HF gear as well.
Channel markers update.
----------------------A couple of years ago 'Single Letter High Frequency Beacons' -as they
are often referred to- could be heard on numerous frequencies throughout
the SW spectrum. After the disintegration of the Soviet Union, many of
them disappeared and only a few survived. Some of them are very active,
especially station 'P'. For many years the stations have been listed by
the 'experts' as 'beacons'. I however, am absolutely convinced that these
beacons are in fact channel markers for (ex-Soviet) naval stations. Soviet
and Russian naval callsigns and traffic have been copied on the 'beacon'
freqs preceded by a channelmarker.
The first time I had a close encounter with the 'real' station was in
December 1990, when I noticed the first RTTY broadcasts on 3807 // 4043
kHz. It started with the 'P' marker, followed by 75bd RTTY, then back to
the marker and into 50bd RTTY and back to the marker again. I monitored
the frequency for another hour or so and after half an hour 'P' stopped
and 75bd RTTY began again. The messages were all 5L groups sent in normal
Baudot. No other callsign was used, just the letter 'P'. Then on 22-1-1995,
I finally had a positive id of channelmarker 'P'. On 3262 kHz at exactly
21.00 UTC channelmarker 'P' started it's transmission: 3 groups of 5 P's
followed by 'RMP' (= Navy Kaliningrad), then into the weather forecast
for the Baltic area in plain text. All in CW. Then all went silent. More
evidence forms the digital mode that is often used. The 36-50 sync bitstream system is known to be used by the Russian navy. So far it is the
only known user.
During the past few years many of such events were copied by various dxers.
I finally copied a short message on 'L' marker freq 3088 kHz. The 'L' changed
to 'RLO' then into a few 5FG's, and back to 'L' again. All in the same
strange sounding CW that is typical for 'L'. According to the Utility Guide,
RLO is St.Petersburg, just like 'L' is. It seems that 'D' is also still alive
as traffic on 'D' marker frequency 13322 kHz was copied in both CW and USB,
'D' marker at h+30 and h+00, USB PP-traffic by female operator in Russian at
11:42 UTC. 'D' is supposed to be the navy in Odessa.
The V-beacon on 7002 does not operate around the clock, mostly during the
(UTC) night hours only. The following hand sent Morse code was copied:
"EXX86 EXX86 EXX86 DE RCQ45 RCQ45 QWWK". It then resumed the V's. (QWW =
'go to parallel freq'. This Morse code transmission occurred around 0315
UTC, about 15 minutes after the beacon started up.
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The following stations are still on the air today and can be found on
numerous freqs throughout the MF/HF spectrum:
Channelmarker 'F', Vladivostok
Channelmarker 'C', Moscow
Channelmarker 'L', St.Petersburg
Channelmarker 'P', Kaliningrad
Channelmarker 'R', Ustinov
Channelmarker 'S', Arkhangelsk
Channelmarker 'V', Tashkent
The mystery 3486 kHz station.
----------------------------Last month both Klaus Betke and I were searching for a clue concerning the
mystery station on 3486 kHz. In the mean time we gathered quite a lot of
info about this station. It is located in Sloavkia near the Austrian border.
So far we don't know who the user is. Klaus and Jan Jansen analyzed the
signal. Good job guys!
Characteristics:
o The signal is frequency shift keyed; pulses can be heard on one side of
the carrier or mark frequency, and morse modulation on the other. Hence,
on the mark frequency you will hear both the inverted pulses and the
inverted morse characters.
Frequencies: center freq is 3486 kHz. The morse signal is on 3486.8 kHz,
800Hz above the center freq. On 3485.2 kHz, 800Hz under the center freq,
seems to be a sync-pulse for the morse signal. The pulse is transmitted
when there is no morse signal on the other sideband.
Pulses are 20, 40 or 60ms long, intervals in between are also exact
multiples of 20ms. The keying scheme is not clear; the most frequent
pattern on 3485.2 kHz is apparently: Pulse 60 ms - pause 20ms - pulse
40ms - pause 1000ms.
.....but is it really is a morse? Why do I say this? Well, not one dot or
dash has the same duration. It is also possible that it is a PDM signal
(Pulse Duration Modulation), and because the signal is on the air 24h a
day, it may be some sort of beacon or channelmarker, transmitting coded
info every now and then and the tactical callsigns of the sender and
receiver. PDM is not used much nowadays, so is it a backup system or can
the owner simply not buy a newer system?
o These morse code transmission consists of strings of single separated
characters at about 18/minute. It often includes the morse code ..-...
(dididahdididit). Don't know what character this is though. The sequence
is repeated every 86 seconds, or, more exactly, 7 times in 10 minutes.
Normally the pulses are transmitted in between the morse characters, but
sometimes characters in the second half of the string are disrupted, i.e.
the letter K may sound like V and 7 like "dididahdididit". The latter
one can be heard quite often.
o The morse code message is a string of 26 characters, like this one:
H X V H H X V H H X V H = N V K L N V K L N V K L + or currently (9-2)
F C Q R F C Q R F C Q R = A 7 K G A 7 K G A 7 K G +
From time to time the above routine is left. At 0600 and 1800 UTC a
message indicating Central European Time is sent. Example:
= = QTR 19:00
At irregular intervals (e.g. 1529, 1557 and 1722 UTC) there are messages
like the following:
= = FOR HVXH = NVKL 422 658 528 022 889
This line is repeated at least two times before resuming the 26 character
string. The next message, which may be a long time coming, usually
contains different number groups.
Albanian Christian Network
------------------------->From Jan Jansen comes the following report about ACN, the Albanian Christian Network. The ACN is daily on the air on 3495 kHz and on +/- 3493 kHz
with G-TOR. It seems to be a Christian relief organization with participants
from the USA, UK, the Netherlands, and Germany. They are at least active on
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20 locations with 34 units. From chatter we learn that they also operate
a VHF-link.
There is a daily radio check. All stations check in to ask if there is
traffic for them (e-mail). Most comms are lead via HQ. On 'channel-2' the
stations can have direct contact. Don't know that freq yet.
The following callsigns have been copied so far. Note that there is a
prefix used for G-TOR traffic, namely 'ACN'. So, c/s 11R is ACN11R for
G-TOR.
01R
10G
22P
04A
13D
24A
06A
13S
32B
08G
13Y
34B
09B
14D
36S
93R
14Q
41R
09D
15E
43C
09G
17J
58B
92C
21M
00X
93D
22I
11R
Russian numbers
--------------Wade Taylor copied a Russian numbers station (known to ENIGMA members as
M14) on 6960 kHz at 05.00 UTC in CW. Addressee was '539'.
426 426 71 71 BT BT
07921 54222 53895 12907
94841 44600 99023 75694
90381 62196 75483 72077
66047 51093 34658 86554
61173 92397 18737 92549
63874 97948 00765 24714
30796 02004 46169 57060
08079
BT BT 426 426 71 71 0 0
44316
61796
44276
40679
67568
03761
79805
59330
17795
73774
31919
58168
35054
32328
43946
80035
48267
06710
88781
19950
77386
48497
07684
43852
98110
60304
55516
13754
97849
98891
52057
66653
41379
14962
82372
09237
68967
81332
51577
92477
19078
17031
0 0 0
EAMs, the 1996 review by Jeff Haverlah <[email protected]>
----------------------------------------------------------The calendar year 1996 was a year of numerous changes in the strategic
world on the GHFS and in the NIGHTWATCH nets:
1) Sometime between 28 Jan 1996 and 21 Mar 1996, the GHFS went through a
major realignment in it's "scheduled" EAM transmission times (the times at
which certain GHFS stations will "repeat" EAM strings at certain specific
timestamps, usually over a 2 to 4 hour window).
2) No later than 01 May 1996, the GHFS stations started broadcasting
EAMs "FOR TACAMO LANT/PAC/CENT PRIMARY/SECONDARY (CREW)", using a h+38+/minutestamp window for these transmissions. There are also specific times
during which these strings are sometimes heard, usually being 0338z /
1138z / 1938z (an eight hour pattern), but also at any other h+38 time as
well (plus rare instances of non-h+38 timestamps.)
3) Effective 0001z 01 Jun 1996, the NIGHTWATCH nets dropped the usage of
the XRAY, SIERRA, PAPA, and WHISKEY designates, and started using the new
ZULU designated bandplan.
4) Effective 0001z 01 Jul 96, the challenge process used by the US
military on the GHFS and the NIGHTWATCH nets (at the least) changed from a
2-character "challenge" to a 3-character "challenge". Of interest, when a
player exits a NIGHTWATCH net in-the-blind, the player will still call out
a 2-character challenge instead of a 3-character challenge. Also of
interest, the first character of the 3-character challenge group usually
appears to consist of ALPHA, BRAVO, or CHARLIE, at least through mid Jan
97.
5) Prior to 01 Oct 1996 (the start of the new fiscal year for the U.S.
military), EAM transmissions could be separated into two broadly based
groups - a set of EAMs that consisted of 6, 20, or 26 character strings,
and a set of EAMs that consisted of 6 or variable character count strings.
The "FOR.." EAM strings usually were 20-characters in length using the
6/20/26 character set, or somewhat rarely the variable character count
strings, or very rarely strings consisting of 26-characters (also heard
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on the NIGHTWATCH nets). However, as of 01 Oct 1996, the EAM universe
appears to be grouped as follows: a set of 26-character EAMs (with very
rare examples of 20-character strings); a set of 6/20/variable character
count strings (with very rare examples of 26-character strings); and a set
of 6/variable character count strings. As of 01 Oct 1996, the "FOR..." EAM
strings appear to be transmitted using only the static preamble character
series that belong to the 6/20/variable character count series.
6) In hindsight, it appears that the GHFS and the NIGHTWATCH nets (and
it predecessor) go through major revisions every two years, as indicated by
the many major changes in 1996, the major changes of 1994 (primarily the
activation of the callsign NIGHTWATCH 01 as net ncs no later than 21 Mar 94
[a Monday], and the very obvious major changes of mid-1992.
The following are the known active EAM preamble static character sets
of 1996 (the complete version of these lists can be found within the
"homepage" web site of Larry Van Horn (www.grove.net/~larry/uteworld.html):
(Prior to 01 Oct 96: 6/20/26 character EAM sets)
MQ...
12/23/95 - 01/12/96
ER...
01/12/96 - 01/28/96
ZA...
01/28/96 - 02/15/96
54...
02/15/96 - 02/28/96
2W...
02/28/96 - 03/19/96
3B...
03/19/96 - 04/03/96
5U...
04/03/96 - 04/19/96
AY...
04/19/96 - 05/03/96
67...
05/03/96 - 05/14/96
UR...
05/14/96 - 05/28/96
RX...
05/28/96 - 06/11/96
VL...
06/11/96 - 06/30/96
JR...
06/30/96 - 07/15/96
PI...
07/15/96 - 07/26/96
3V...
07/26/96 - 08/12/96
3M...
08/12/96 - 08/21/96
M2...
08/21/96 - 09/05/96
EI...
09/05/96 - 09/15/96
HI...
09/15/96 - 09/28/96
4T...
09/28/96 - 10/12/96
(01 Oct 96:
7K...
FL...
P4...
T4...
GW...
CT...
26 character sets (very rare 20 character sets)
10/12/96 - 10/22/96
10/22/96 - 11/09/96
11/09/96 - 11/30/96
11/30/96 - 01/01/97 (unusual 31 day activity)
01/01/97 - 01/25/97
01/25/97 - active
(From 01 Oct 96: 6/20/variable character counts sets (very rare 26
character sets)
JN...
10/01/96 - 10/22/96
RY...
10/22/96 - 11/11/96
TE...
10/29/96 - 10/29/96 (One string only; actually TEST TEST
TEST TEST TEST in the clear.)
E4...
11/11/96 - 12/06/96
IA...
12/06/96 - 12/24/96
JX...
12/24/96 - 01/14/97
2V...
01/14/97 - active
(6/variable character count EAMs)
DN...
BD...
H3...
CR...
GK...
XX...
<=
<=
<=
<=
27
21
17
17
Jan
Feb
Mar
Mar
96
96
96
96
>=
>=
>=
>=
>=
>=
07 Jan 96
11 Feb 96 (active for 4 months)
01 Mar 96
04 May 96
19 Apr 96
active?
(Heard from USN trigraphs only
in March, and in Europe only,
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5T...
QM...
PC...
<= 20 Apr 96
<= 08 May 96
<= 10 May 96
UP...
PD...
PK...
5K...
FI...
DY...
IH...
HO...
<=
<=
<=
<=
<=
<=
<=
<=
KJ...
<= 15 Oct 96
CX...
<= 20 Nov 96
GI...
<= 21 Nov 96
30
26
25
16
05
09
04
12
May
May
May
Aug
Sep
Sep
Oct
Oct
96
96
96
96
96
96
96
96
6 months later.)
>= 23 May 96
>= 08 May 96 (heard one day only)
>= 01 Jul 96 (certain EAMs contained "one"s
in groups of ..EA_1A..).
>= 16 Jul 96
>= 16 Aug 96
>= 28 Sep 96
>= 25 Oct 96
>= 05 Sep 96 (heard one day only)
>= 09 Sep 96 (5 EAMs heard one day only)
>= 20 Nov 96
>= 13 Oct 96 (Not heard from CONUS stations
including the master control
station; however, heard from
non-CONUS stations including
HICKAM. And heard from
abncps in Europe in strings
passed to MASTERPIECE/SHAPE)
>= 15 Oct 96 (Heard one day only, mostly in
same manner as the HO..
strings, except that one
string was heard from OFFUTT
as master control station.)
>= 20 Oct 96 (Heard one day only on the
nets).
>= active
(Oddly, a "second" static
series is not being heard as
of 21 Nov, unless the 20/
variable strings as of 01 Oct
96 are now used in this
manner.)
-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o- THAT'S ALL FOLKS! CU NEXT MONTH -o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o
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Hello, and welcome to the another edition of the WUN Logs Column.
Once again we have a good turnout with 91 contributors from at least 15
countries, with a total of over 5900 lines of logs. In this column are over
1900 lines of Digital Logs, over 1440 lines of Military Logs, almost 1000
lines of Misc Logs, over 900 lines of Civil Aero Logs and over 600 lines of
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If you are unable to post to the Server or cannot send your logs via e-mail
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FREQ
CALLSIGN: STATION
TIME MODE (baud) REMARKS (INITIALS)
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12502.5 LXRC: M/V Biggaship 1552 ARQ w/tlx for ETA. (RB)
11175
WUN 52: 1610 USB wkg Offutt w/pp to WUN Command Post. (RB)
We ask that you stick to this format as closely as possible as it is
designed to facilitate the construction of this column. TEAM LOGS and myself
volunteer many hours each month in order to put this column together. This
month the column took over 15 days of work to put together, with most of this
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entries, resulting in a more thorough newsletter for everyone. So, please
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attached, zipped, files via e-mail.
Lastly we had several logs this month for WOO: AT&T Ocean Gate Radio and
WOM: AT&T Ft Lauderdale Radio broadcasting USN FAX products. We are asking
that anyone who copies a schedule for these tests, or knows where to find
one,to please forward the information to myself or Rick Baker.
Now, with the introduction out of the way, 73 and on to the logs...
2869
2872
3016
3413
3470
3476
3485
4645
4807
5493
5505
5508
5517
=CIVIL AERO=
San Francisco Arinc 0904 USB calling Eva17 (JM6)
Scandinavian 942 0112 USB Wkg Gander for selcal (BF-DL) (TO)
Shanwick 2214 w/UNID (ANDL) New York Air NY USA 0053 USB wkg TWA 880;
0055: wkg Speedbird 294 (RM)
EIP, Shannon Volmet, IRL: 1954 USB m EE Volmet (ANDL) EIP: Shannon
Volmet, IRE 0845 USB (EU-VOL) w/aviation wx for Santa Maria, other
cities after ID. Honolulu Radio: Hi, USA (CEP-1/2 MWARA) 0901 USB wkg
flt 56, poss United 56 w/posrep. (RB) Frenchline 901 1018 USB Wkg SFO
(GM-HL) ARP FICKY 17 F390. (TO)
QFA33 1810 USB wkg Perth (!!) FL310 (HW)
Gander, CAN 0158 USB wkg UNID s/c SQ-BH (ANDL) Singapore 406 0017 USB
Wkg Antana who was off-freq on 3477: hrd est for SUNIR 0141 F390.
Antana was very strong here, flights were a bit weaker. Mada 51 0025
USB Wkg Antana/Mada is callsign for Air Madagascar; B747 enroute
Nairobi-Antana ETA Ivato Airport 0138 @ F330. (TO)
VFG, Gander Radio, CAN: 0158 USB m EE Volmet, s/off h+59 (ANDL) New
York Volmet 0908 USB broadcasting wx reports for Charlotte (JM6)
Gander Air NF CAN 0059 USB VOLMET. New York Air NY USA 0100 USB
terminal forecast fol'd by av wx "all av obs are rptd missing" (RM)
Tallinn Volmet, EST: 1318 USB f EE Volmet (ANDL) Talinn (Estonia)
Volmet 1756 USB w/Talinn ATIS information "Y" repeated continuously
(rebroadcast of airport's VHF ATIS???). Off the air @ 1710. (MB3)
Portishead Rdo 1716 USB keeps clg 'any stn calling, this is
Portishead on 4807' but gets no reply. (MB3)
Garoua Aeroradio
(Cameroon) 0016 USB wkg Lufthansa 597 (AL-DM,
Boeing 747/400, D-ABVD), Alitalia 837 (MW) Virgin 602 2353 USB Wkg
Brazza ARP MPK 50 F310 req F350 A340 reg. G-VSUN. Gabon 110 2332
USB Wkg Brazza ARP ENINA 2330 F370 LIKAD 2339. Springbok 234 2359
USB Wkg Brazza ARP CF 59 F350 MOROS 0018. SBZ 002 0000 USB Wkg
Brazza ARP TIVAL 57 F310 MIKMA 0009 KOGAN 0042 TJN 0107 ETA BRU 0718
B727-200. Lufthansa 597 0003 USB Wkg Brazza (AL-DM) ARP MOROS 0003
F350 BT 0013 LURTI next.Air Afrique 9930 0008 USB Wkg Brazza ARP
N'djamena-Brazzaville F330 BT 0001 MOROS 13 CF 0030 ETA 0125.
Speedbird 56 0026 USB Wkg N'djamena (BP-CL) ARP BUNLU 26 F350. (TO)
EIP, Shannon Volmet, IRL: 1214 USB m EE Volmet (ANDL)
Colombian Aeros: 1150 SS tfc between various airports incl Rio Negro
(Medellin), Quibdo, Monteria, and Pereira. Details of various flight
plans for ACES and SATENA flights. One exchange between Monteria and
"Montero". Don't know where "Montero" is. (DHM)
5A-DBH 2129 USB wkg Tripoli dep Tripoli 1955 eta V9 2231 fl90 2 souls
on board, 4.5 hrs endurance from take off (V9 is probably an oil
site, sorry, can't find the right word, you know what I mean) (BH)
MPH81 2000 USB wkg Addis EPSIX. CFG314 2015 USB wkg Cairo Frankfurt
to Mauritius (HW) TAW785 1620 USB Tripoli/ARP SEB 1633 F390 GRT 1657
a/c B707 reg-EL-JNS.Tripoli also req Overflying permit no. DLH590
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1628 USB Cairo,Ktm/ARP ALEBA 1625. LAA448 1632 USB Tripoli/Called
many times-no reply. 5A-DOD 1635 USB Tripoli/ARP Dep.SEBHA F110 ETA?
1714 type poss.AN26 opr Libyan Arab Airlines ??. MON6415 1639 USB
Cairo/ARP SML 1657 F310 NWV 1703. FIN1985 2359 USB Khart'm,Cairo/
LUXOR-MOMBASSA F290 ALEBA 0015. CFG117 0001 USB Khart'm/ARP ME2358
F310 ALEBA 0021 UMINI0038. (RD3) CRF-5387. Crimea Air. 2205 USB Wkg
Cairo. MGG-9115. Magadanaerogruz. 2313 USB Wkg Khartoum. Regn: RA11863 // from HELX to FCBB. FL270. ATC-771. Air Tanzania: 2304:USB:
Wkg Sana`s Aero. Libyan-810. 1835 USB Wkg Tripoli. Zebra-126, African
Safari. 2223 USB Wkg Khartoum. FL280. TXC-004. Transaviaexport. 2227
USB Clg Khartoum. EAN-247. Nigeria Express. 2247 USB Wkg Khartoum.
FL350. Regn: C5-AMM. EL-RDX. ACS-705. 2015 USB Wkg Khartoum.
(a/c-IL76). (IB) Angola 064 2328 USB Req'd Cairo actual wx from
Khartoum who relayed the wx from Cairo! Swissair 292 2329 USB Wkg
Khartoum (AF-PQ) ARP Kufra 28 F330. (TO)
Varig 803 0647 USB Wkg Belem w/ARP F370 est 48W 0718. VASP 896 0648
USB Wkg Manaus w/ARP ETAVI? 0644 F310 MTU 0723. (TO)
Guatemalan Aeros: 1309 Intermittent SS tfc between Flores, Aurora
(Guat City), and Aviateca 931. First logging of Aurora. (DHM)
Lima LDOC: Peru (SAM LDOC) 0743 USB
wkg American 955 0738 posrep,
FL380, passes fuel & reports clear skies & light turbulence. (RB)
United Airlines 995 1502 USB wkg Stockholm Radio, negative selcal
ck BCHJ, retry when airborne(MS) TWE598 1624 USB Stockh'm/o/h Faroe
Is req. p/p to Ops. Reach GDF6 1624 USB Stockh'm/o/h Riyadh for p/pno reply. (RD3) Magec-65. 1655 USB Wkg Stockholm. posn: Berlin.(IB)
Eva 11 0120 USB Wkg SFO for selcal (DH-GS) United 195 0121 USB Wkg
SFO for selcal (BS-KQ) QSY SFO 5574. Delta 79 0132 USB Wkg SFO ARP
48N150W 28 F310 50N160W 0220 51N170W. QSY HNL 13339/13273 for guard
change. Cathay 880 0135 USB Wkg SFO w/ARP 38N130W 34 F370 at 127W QSY
the OAK CTR VHF 134.15. United 48 0141 USB Wkg HNL w/ARP CITTA 39
F340. Dynasty 003 0215 USB Wkg SFO for selcal (BD-AR) proceeding dir
40N140W & 178 nms from that pos. Singapore 7984 0813 USB Wkg SFO ARP
38N140W 0812 F350 .85. P4-AFE 0818 USB Wkg SFO just missed the selcal
ck, any ideas on this one? Dynasty 007 0946 USB Wkg SFO (BJ-KR) ARP
DOLFF 46 F290. EVA 17 0948 USB Wkg SFO also at DOLFF F310 .85. Korean
Air 011 1014 USB Wkg SFO (PR-BC) for selcal and freqs. Philippines
105 0830 USB Wkg SFO ARP DOLFF 28 F310 46N140W 0909 .85. (TO)
New York: (CAR-A MWARA) 0740 USB wkg Canadian 101 posrep KRAFT 0740
FL350, est HOLMA 0900, passes fuel & wx, selcal ck CQ-AM. New York:
(CAR-A MWARA) 0818 USB wkg American 972 posrep KRAFT 0817 FL410, est
HOLMA 0926, CHAMP next. (RB) N60PT 0011 USB NY/ARP TASTE -LETON 0020
Gt.TURK F410 To call Miami 132.3 (G4). Navy LL46 0035 USB NY/ARP
GABES 0032 F230 DANER 0102. FBF426 0037 USB NY/dep.TBPB 2330/37 ETA
KMIA 0258 Fuel 60.0 Cargo 7793 sel/DKGJ (N426FB DC-8). BWA424 0038
USB NY/ARP PISAX 0036 F350 LOPPS 0124 BDA. (RD3) Varig 864 0546 USB
Wkg NY (AH-BK w/ARP o/h Timehri 0537 F390 ETA JFK 1050. KLM 789 0557
USB Wkg NY (DK-BL) ARP 32N60W F330 QSY 5598. Big A 508 0612 USB Wkg
NY (KM-CH) ARP BROOM F310 SARJE 0619. KLM 744 0711 USB Wkg NY (AF-ES)
ARP 31N60W F330 QSY 5598. American 972 0757 USB Wkg NY (DL-KM) ARP
KRAFT 33 F390. American 950 0820 USB Wkg NY (CM-KP) ARP abeam Dorado
17 F390. Continental 242 2026 USB Wkg NY for selcal (BK-DM). (TO)
Varig 828 0616 USB Wkg Belem LDOC (CR-FK) @ 15W 0608 F350 est PORGI
0658. Varig 486 0618 USB Wkg Belem LDOC enrt Porto Velho-Manaus off
0604/10 B737-200. (TO)
PLUNA 804 0553 USB Wkg Recife (GM-AE) ARP POLDA F330 RAKUD 0617. Air
France 216 0632 USB Wkg Recife (DG-CM) ARP POLDA F350. Speedbird 59
0218 USB Wkg JNB ARP abeam WBV 0431 airborne LHR 1915 ETA Cape Town
0600. Malaysia 202 0313 USB Wkg JNB (GH-AR) ARP MORSI 0310 F330 fuel
remaining 54.5 MUNES 0401 airborne Buenos Aires 2349 ETA Cape Town
0644. Air France 217 0320 USB Wkg Recife (AF-BR) ARP EVBOT 12 F330
NANIK 0403 SAGRO next. N880SP 0503 USB Wkg Recife (BG-QR) ARP AGVAD
F390 abeam BUGAT 0555. Lufthansa 8269 0509 USB Wkg Recife (CH-AB) ARP
F330 est BUGAT 0541. Air Portugal 388 0510 USB Wkg Recife (HS-FM) ARP
POLDA 0507 F370 .82. Safair 690 0515 USB Wkg JNB (DL-FJ) ARP enroute
Montevideo-Cape Town, a/c type L-382 at F230 MUNES 0449 KATOR 0744
ZUI 0857 ETA CPT 0905 on UA557 req F250 est 5E 0820 & 5W 0525. Varig
732 0542 USB Wkg Recife (AM-GP) ARP REPUR 41 F330. Alitalia 688 0544
USB Wkg Recife (FK-EM) ARP KODOS 42 F350 .82. (TO)
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San Francisco, USA 0612 USB (CEP-1/2 MWARA) wkg Hawaiian 09 w/
posrep. (RB) United 59 0124 USB Wkg SFO (BS-KM) ARP DUETS 19 F350.
N5TM 0132 USB Wkg SFO req F410 and est DIALO at 0223. Connie 762
0201 USB Wkg SFO (AL-HK) cleared to F370 and ARP SEARS F330. PACAF
01 0759 USB Wkg HNL w/ARP CITTA 58 F330 .80 FEZEK 0909. Hawaiian 4
0809 USB Wkg HNL (EJ-HK) for selcal & freqs. Connie 912 0953 USB Wkg
SFO ARP FEARS (that was the SEARS of an earlier posting!) F370 FONZA
1030. (TO)
unid aero 1743 USB 2 men in Yiddish, obviously an a/c and a gnd stn
(also selcalling the a/c). Hrd pilot mention Istanbul, Antalya and
Budapest. (MB3)
Reach 1948 1631 USB wkg Shanwick call Shannon 135.6 at 15w. Watchdog
94: Do.228 FRA?, 1634 USB wkg Shanwick 4740n 1022w ops normal. At
1641 off task in 5 minutes, req. fl100 back to St. Mawgan. Gold 81:
USAF Tanker 1019 USB wkg Santa Maria 38n 20w - comut - latru fl240 260 (not sure of points). (BH) N/A: New York, USA 0618 USB
(NAT-A
MWARA) wkg Air Jamaica 001 posrep 40N/50W 0618 FL330, est 45N/40W
0719, 48N/30W next. (RB) AAL63 1155 USB Shanw'k/Req.selcal chk APHQ
(N372AA B767). AFR530 1155 USB Shanw'k/ARP 47N20W 1153 F280 46N30W
1245-38N40W next. AFR596 1156 USB Shanw'k/ARP 48N20W 1219 46N30W sel/
KMBF (C-BTDH B747). MON117 1157 USB Shanw'k/ARP 35N40W 25N50W 18N56W
DCT BGI sel/JKGH (G-DMCA DC-10). Reach G7 1159 USB S.Maria/ARP 43N15W
1156 F330 STG 1223. (RD3) Delta 572 2233 USB Wkg NY w/ARP RAHAM 2228
F350 this a/c 767 enrt SJU-ATL!!!. Air Europe 761 0156 USB Wkg NY
(CS-HQ) ARP 36N50W F370. Alitalia 664 0300 USB Wkg SM (JK-GL) req
oceanic clearance F330 .84 entry point ODAXO est 0415. Springbok 202
0316 USB Wkg NY (CQ-AS) ARP 28N40W F330. Condor 243 0614 USB Wkg SM
(CM-QS) ARP 29N40W F310. Air Europe 701 0717 USB Wkg NY (LQ-GK) at
60W for selcal. Elite 388 0036 USB Wkg NY (PR-JM) ARP 43N40W F310.
Delta 64 0037 USB Wkg NY for selcal (AH-DM). COBB 09 0047 USB Wkg NY
for turnaround coordination @ BURTT. (TO)
Ezeiza VOLMET 0007 w/ AM mode SS wx for various Argentine airports,
incl Santa Rosa, Mar del Plata, Bahia Blanca, Parana, and Rosario.
Very strong & clear this night. (DHM)
Portishead LDOC 0650 USB wkg unid (probable BizJet) 9M-GKE w/pp
comp op's. (RB) Britania YB, 1651 USB, USB wkg Portishead Radio (RO)
WATCHDOG 94 1325 USB Portishd/Ops normal rpt-posn 5009N0727W wkg
eastb/d will call at 1430. WATCHDOG 92 1355 USB Portishd/Ops normal
rpt-posn 4949N08W wkg eastb/d next call in 1 hour. OO-VEA 0007 USB
Portish'd pp with Virgin Ctl wished to set up call with balloon as
family and press are on board-tried calling Virgin Challenger but no
reply.Porishead said capsule may not be listening,but monitoring
Algiers HF as it has just crossed their FIR.Only other way to contact
them is via e-mail!!(RD3) Britania YB 1651 USB wkg Portishead Radio,
again strength 4, QSY back 8960. (RO)
Emirate Air Force 1211: 1944 USB Calling 'Emirate Ops' without
response. 2 questions: anyone knows a/c type and is 5614 a regular
Emirates frequency? I never hrd anything on/of it before. It
splattered through 5616. (BH)
Expo 82: KC-135 1426 USB wkg Shanwick. FL 350. Airevac 0279: C-141B,
65-0279 1644 USB wkg Shanwick 52n20w 1640 fl370, 50n30w 1739, 49n40w.
Steel 88: KC-135 1734 USB wkg Shanwick 52n 20w 1729 fl350, 53n 30w
1819, 52n 40w. c/s spelled twice. N664P 1935 USB wkg Shanwick 55n20w
1935 fl370, 54n 15w 1958, baban -> 132.15 (Shannon). Blue 93: USAF
Tanker 1425 USB Shanwick clg, no joy. I had this one earlier wkg
Dutch Mil om UHF, w/5 German chicks in trail, the 6th returned to
Norvenich so I assume they were Tornado's. c/s DIRCA 41-46. NAA 42:
WP-3 NOAA 1930 USB wkg Shanwick descending below fl50, operations
normal, call again 2030. posn 67n 2855w mentioned. Teal 37:WC-130
USAF 1931 USB wkg Gander 5520n 4130w 1928 fl240, 5345n 44w 2000,
5235n 4605w next. (BH) American 44 0114 USB Wkg Gander for selcal
(JK-LR)(TO)
Reach 0253 0803 USB Wkg HNL ARP 160W F330 38N150W 0858. Asiana 212
1116 USB Wkg HNL (DS-CR) for selcal check. China Eastern 583 1116 USB
Wkg HNL ARP 32N170E 14 F350. Cathay 888 1119 USB Wkg HNL (AF-BE) ARP
40N160E F350. Japanair 060 1133 USB Wkg HNL ARP 32N160E 1133 F350.
Asiana 212 1137 USB Wkg HNL ARP 34N170E 1137 F350. Polar Tiger 168
1139 USB Wkg HNL for re-dispatch clearance from GTC to KHV via flt
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plan rte F330. EVA 06 1149 USB Wkg HNL ARP 35N150W 1146 F370. Asiana
202 1152 USB Wkg HNL (CE-KS) ARP FIR 50 F350. United 818 1155 USB Wkg
Tokyo w/ARP @ 150E F350. Singapore 12 1159 USB Wkg HNL ARP 3306N165E
F330 .85. Japanair 020 0826 USB Wkg HNL ARP 43N160W 26 F370. (TO)
Reach 6F8Y 2039 USB wkg Perth fl370, report KAMUN 2118 KAMUN 2119
fl370, KADAP 2151, KALOX. (BH) SIA406 1920 USB wkg Perth BPKS FL350
PEDPI to FL390. MAS201 1920 USB wkg Perth FL310-350 PEDPI (B335).
NTW033 1950 USB wkg Mauritius AKEL Reg. 5N-EEO (B707) to Reunion.
SIA405 1950 USB wkg MauritiusDiego Garcia/2110 GUDUG. MAU060 1955
USB wkg AntanaFL310 ANKOR AVDOX ALRUS. RCH6F8Y 2005 USB wkg Perth
KAMUN/2118 KADAP/2151 KALOX. AOM702 2030 USB wkg Seychell GEPAR
MOGADISHU. NTW033 2035 USB wkg Reunion No groundhandling at Reunion.
QFA64 2040 USB wkg Perth Selcalck. MAU747 2040 USB wkg Mauritius
FL350 PEDPI eta Mauritius/0050. MAU941 2045 USB wkg Perth 95E/2044
FL350 from Perth to Mauritius. MAS204 2050 USB wkg Perth FL370 PKU.
To 6556 Jakarta. SAA282 2105 USB wkg AntanaFrom Johannesburg to
Bangkok (HW) Cathay 749 0005 USB Wkg Antananarivo (AG-DL) w/estimate
for MG 0100 at F390. This is possibly A340 VR-HMT, I have no record
of selcal but it does fall in line w/the other Cathay A340 selcals.
Springbok 297 0007 USB Wkg Antana ARP IMSOL 02 F390 MT 34 TNV 48
Report on VHF 126.7 at MT. Cathay 749 0033 USB Wkg Antana ARP DI 0030
F390 MG 0102 ETA JNB 0340. Beira Aeradio 0034 USB Wkg Antana
receiving tfc rpts re: SA297, CX749, and SQ406. Seychelles Aeradio
0039 USB Wkg Antana w/tfc rpt re: UNID flight. Singapore 406 0049 USB
Wkg Beira w/tfc rpt re: SA297. Condor 312 0050 USB Wkg Seychelles
w/req for latest Mauritius wx. Mauritius Aeradio 0053 USB Wkg Antana
re wx req. for Seychelles to give to Condor 312!!! Mada 51 0108 USB
Wkg Antana ARP MG 0104 F330 at AMEVA QSY Antana CTR VHF 126.7.
Singapore 406 0116 USB Wkg Antana w/ARP TU 16 F390 SUNIR 0142. (TO)
"Olympic 412": 0636 USB wkg Athens Air, GRC. req wx LGAT ETA LGAT
0945. SX-BEK: 0559 USB r/c w/Athens Air, GRC. "Bucuresti Informare"/
YRA: 1610 USB clg YR-BCC. "Tarom 007": 1603 USB wkg "TAROM BUCUREST".
YR-ITD: 0650 USB/CW wkg "BUCUREST INFORMARE"/YRA. SX-OAD: 1701 USb
wkg Athens Air, GRC. radio ck. (ANE)
Qantas 5101 0813 USB Wkg Auckland. SELCAL HJ-GP (747-400 VH-OJB?).
Unid: 0840 USB A/c reporting wind of 190 @ 125 knots to Brisbane.
Qantas 8 0901 USB Asking Brisbane for higher FL - can't do due to
following tfc. (RP2) Argentine 1881: 0819 USB wkg Auckland with
Selcal ck (AO) Auckland: 0847 USB. Brisbane: 0850 USB wkg VH-CMO
secondary 3467 selcal ck". Brisbane: 0852 USB wkg QFA017 "confirm
neg.contact with Auckland try 8867". (DL) Qantas 49 0854 USB Wkg BNE
w/ARP (unreadable) ground speed 502 kts. and selcal check (HJ-EP).
Pacific 441 0740 USB Wkg Auckland for selcal (CQ-DR). Qantas 44 0807
USB Wkg Brisbane (JM-EG) ARP DOSOB 07 F350 LASEK 0831 MILUV next.
Pacific 441 0809 USB Wkg Auckland ARP SAKLO 0809 F350 POREN 0907
cruising mach .74 -55 230/120. New Zealand 106 0810 USB Wkg
Brisbane ARP DOSOB 09 F370 .80 IGEVO 37. United 862 0810 USB Wkg
HNL for selcal (AS-DL). Qantas 101 0813 USB Wkg Auckland "on
datalink" here for selcal check only (HJ-GP). Qantas 49 0820 USB Wkg
Brisbane (LQ-BM) F330 .82 est MILUV 41. New Zealand 14 0821 USB Wkg
Nadi ARP DUBEV 21 block F290-330 on datalink, selcal checked but no
code given. Qantas 3 0833 USB Wkg HNL ARP CATCO 33 F370 CARRP 0847
DOVVR QSY HNL CTR now 119.9 squawk 2000. (TO)
Bangladesh 012 0549 USB Wkg Gander (AC-BD) ARP 53N50W F330. (TO)
Singapore 986 1654 USB wkg Singapore, MEVAS 1654, FL290 est MAARI
1719 selcal [AL-BH]. Asiana 352 1654 USB wkg Singapore, MEVAS 1659,
FL330 selcal [EQ-FR]. Korean Air 667 1655 USB wkg Singapore, MAARI,
FL280. Japan Air 710 1656 USB wkg Singapore, FL330, req FL370. Japan
Air 724 1657 USB wkg Hong Kong, FL330, selcal [FQ-PR]. All Nippon 112
1659 USB wkg Singapore, FL330 ADMOK 1726. Fedex 114 1700 USB wkg
Singapore, FL390, selcal [HR-GS]. Singapore 882 1701 USB wkg
Singapore, FL330. Singapore 998 1702 USB wkg Singapore, FL370. Japan
Air 722 1703 USB wkg Singapore, FL370. DOVEL 1023. Malaysia 6161 1704
USB clg Manila, no reply. Olympic 471 1707 USB wkg Singapore, selcal
[DL-BE]? Malaysian 6161 1708 USB wkg Manila, FL390, est SEKSI 1718
Singapore 986 1654 USB wkg Singapore, MEVAS 1654, FL290 est MAARI
1719 selcal AL-BH. Asiana 352 1654 USB wkg Singapore, MEVAS 1659,
FL330 selcal EQ-FR. Korean Air 667 1655 USB wkg Singapore, MAARI,
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FL280. Japan Air 710 1656 USB wkg Singapore, FL330, req FL370. Japan
Air 724 1657 USB wkg Hong Kong, FL330, selcal FQ-PR. UPS 6814 1658
USB wkg Singapore, IPLON 1654, FL330 MAARI 1720, MEVAS next. selcal
?J-BQ. All Nippon 112 1659 USB wkg Singapore, FL330 ADMOK 1726. Fedex
114 1700 USB wkg Singapore, FL390, selcal HR-GS. Singapore 882 1701
USB wkg Singapore, FL330. UPS 68145655 1658 USB wkg Singapore, IPLON
1654, FL330 MAARI 1720, MEVAS next. selcal [?J-BQ]. Singapore 998
1702 USB wkg Singapore, FL370. Japan Air 722 1703 USB wkg Singapore,
FL370. DOVEL 1023. Malaysia 6161 1704 USB clg Manila, no reply.
Olympic 471 1707 USB wkg Singapore, selcal DL-BE? Malaysian 6161 1708
USB wkg Manila, FL390, est SEKSI 1718. (RO)
UNID St. 2245 USB UNID heavily-accented EG OM w/telegram style
messages ending phrases w/STOP. Mentions of Nigeria and SAT-SAT. Any
ideas on this one? S/off 2301. (TO)
KLM 806 2027 USB wkg Karachi. Viking 556 2028 USB wkg Bombay. Saudia
880 2029 USB wkg Karachi. Thai Inter 2030 USB wkg Delhi. LTU763 2031
wkg Bombay. Aeroflot 560 2037 USB wkg Bombay. Air India 8200 2037 USB
wkg Bombay. Air Lanka ### 2037 USB wkg Bombay. Malaysian 156 2038 USB
wkg Bombay. Speedbird 12 2038 USB wkg Karachi. Singapore 346 2040 USB
wkg Bombay.(BH)
AIC733 1455 USB wkg Bombay GLHK FL330. SIA7382 1455 USB wkg Bombay
FL310. TOW8610 1500 USB wkg Bombay CKDF FL390. AIC867 1500 USB wkg
Bombay JMCH from Bombay to Riyadh. AIC807 1500 USB wkg Bombay FL410.
AIC977 1505 USB wkg Bombay FL410. SVA749 1515 USB wkg Bombay EFBC
FL280 MAROB. REACH 45F8 1515 USB wkg Bombay FL330 verla(??) KAGLU.
UAE503 1520 USB wkg Bombay FL330 MAROB. AHY6836 1450 USB wkg Urumqi
Flightlevel 9600 meters. CSA169 2050 USB wkg Bombay FL310. MAS31
1945 USB wkg Bombay ERBF DBX to KUL pos KIBIT. GFA4144 1940 USB wkg
Bombay Destination Colombo. SIA328 1935 USB wkg BombayFMBE BISET
KIBIT. GFA056 1930 USB wkg BombayBRHP MAROB to Bombay if field open.
GFA151 1655 USB wkg Bombay EPMS From Bangkok to Bahrain. BAW136 1700
USB wkg Bombay Verla/1655 Alama/1735. AFR6755 1700 USB wkg Bombay
SUR/1719 MCT/next FL350. ALK205 1700 USB wkg Bombay SUMOS. ELY086
2045 USB wkg ---- Clg Mogadishu No contact. SIA346 2040 USB wkg
Bombay KAGLU GURKA DOMON. RJA183 2035 USB wkg Bombay DGAM BISET F280.
SVA880 2035 USB wkg Bombay CFDL Jeddah to Bangkok FL330 MAROB. capari
030 2035 USB wkg Bombay ABFG B747 Dhahran to Colombo VERLA. SIA404
2030 USB wkg Bombay DQAR SIA to Dhahran KIBIT SUR. SIA334 2025 USB
wkg Bombay KQPS 310 GURKA ALAMA. FIN023 1920 USB Calling Kabul No
contact. SIA408 1915 USB wkg Bombay FL390 BBM. AFR171 1910 USB wkg
Bombay GMDF FL310 KKJ JJP. MAS156 1910 USB wkg Bombay ERBD KUL to
DBX BBM. QFA5 1905 USB wkg Bombay HJLP SIA to FFM BBI/1901 310 BBM.
RBA535 1850 USB wkg Bombay DPQR SUGID MAROB. CFG393 1845 USB wkg
Bombay MAROB MCT. GFA148 2025 USB wkg Bombay CSGH MAROB. Indian 977
2020 USB wkg Bombay ELBG Hydrabad to Muscat, eta 2155. VIKING 556
1845 USB wkg BombayMAROB MCT. MAS3 1825 USB wkg Karachi BJES LHR-KUL
FL330 PG. LTU755 1820 USB wkg Bombay BQAM FL350 MAROB MCT. BBC017
1815 USB wkg BombayMAROB FL310. SIA442 1815 USB wkg BombayFL390.
GFA154 1815 USB wkg Bombayto VHF Bombay ctrl. LTU763 1810 USB wkg
Bombay GRLQ MAROB MCT. DLH8917 1810 USB wkg BombayMAROB FL280. DLH756
1810 USB wkg Karachi ATC number is 357. BAW139 1810 USB wkg Bombay
MAROB/1807 FL370. KAC232 1810 USB wkg Bombay AHDM FL310 MAROB. LTU751
1805 USB wkg Bombay GRLM MAROB (unk selcal). SIA25 1655 USB wkg
Karachi ESMQ AMS-SIN pos PG. MPH98 1645 USB wkg Bombay FGBC SUGID to
MCT. DLH754 1645 USB wkg Bombay LMAS KIBIT. CPA751 1635 USB wkg
Bombay SUGID FL350 MAROB. SVA980 1630 USB wkg Karachi no contact.
AIC764 1625 USB wkg Bombay HLAE AUH to BOM over MAROB. VRCUB 1625 USB
wkg Bombay FL410 GURKA DOMON. GFA067 1620 USB wkg Bombay MAROB to
Muscat ctrl on VHF. AIC866 2115 USB wkg Bombay to Bombay/2247 FL370
MAROB. CPA750 2115 USB wkg Bombay DLEM MAROB. DAL107 2115 USB wkg
Bombay FLBQ FL310 MCT. SIA348 2115 USB wkg Bombay VERLA. AIC811 2115
USB wkg Bombay MAROB, to Muscat on VHF. DLH8493 2120 USB wkg Bombay
VERLA ALAMA. SIA328 2120 USB wkg Bombay AKJL KAGLU/2120. SIA26 2125
USB wkg Bombay VERLA. CPA749 2125 USB wkg Bombay AFCG FL350. ALK564
2125 USB wkg Bombay GURKA/2122 ENKAR. MAS156 2125 USB wkg Bombay
SUR/2146. MAS6141 2125 USB w/Bombay CFKM From Dubai FL290 KIBIT.
SIA334 2230 USB wkg Bombay VERLA FL350. KLM838 2230 USB wkg Bombay
KIBIT/25 FL310 to Mucat VHF. GFA288 2230 USB wkg Bombay FLEQ FL330
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MAROB BILAT. AIC131 2230 USB wkg Bombay VERLA. 9MJJS 2230 USB wkg
Bombay MRHQ MAROB BILAT Who knows more? KQA320 2020 USB Clg Khartoum
No contact. KLM838 2015 USB wkg Bombay CGKS FL310 KIBIT SUR. AFR6797
2005 USB wkg Bombay EHKL HKG to DBX MAROB. ETH9610 1605 USB wkg
Bombay No contact. SIA7395 1605 USB wkg BombayNo contact. KAL984 1605
USB wkg Karachi No contact. AIH015 1610 USB wkg BombayFL330 Who knows
more?. AIC801 1615 USB wkg Bombay MAROB FL310. DAL106 1615 USB wkg
Bombay CDER MAROB FL330 dest Bombay. Reach JZF7 1630 USB wkg Bombay
ALAMA/1832 to Mucat on VHF SIA333 1635 USB w/Karachi KRAC Bahrain to
Singapore. SIA25 1635 USB w/Karachi BPJR FL330 PG. AFL544 1635 USB
w/Karachi FL260 KE/1724 Karachi/1751. KVM9110 1640 USB w/Delhi Delhi
to Almaata FL280 A/c IL76. AIC180 1645 USB wkg Delhi JLCM London to
Delhi TIGER/1925 eta 1958. LTU751 1825 USB wkg BombayGRLM FL390
MAROB/1929. SIA339 1830 USB wkg Karachi no joy. DLH8939 1835 USB wkg
Bombay BGEL FL310 MAROB/1932. MAS151 1835 USB w/Bombay FL330 to 1326.
SVA829 1615 USB w/Bombay EGAB MAROB (unk selcal). THA943 1930 USB wkg
Bombay GKJM MAROB. DLH756 1930 USB wkg Bombay Bombay/next. AIC2008
1930 USB wkg BombayGSJQ FL330. Brunei 91 1935 USB wkg Bombay BLKR
MAROB FL350. AZA768 1935 USB wkg Bombay JMBL MAROB/1932 to Bombay.
GFA050 1950 USB wkg Bombay EJHS FL330. QFA5 2000 USB wkg Bombay GQEL
BISET KIBIT FL310. UAL001 2005 USB wkg Delhi Radiock. SIA26 2005 USB
wkg Bombay ESMQ Singapore to Frankfurt CLC/2000. RJA194 2050 USB wkg
Bombay FL310. KLM834 2000 USB wkg Bombay DMBE SIA-AMS BBI BBM. SVA824
2000 USB Calling Bahrain several times. SIA428 1955 USB wkg Bombay
GLDF FL390 BISET KIBIT. Catharin 050 1950 USB wkg Bombay CHGL FL330
MAROB BILAT. SVA864 1950 USB wkg Bombay AFGH FL290 MAROB. SIA322
1950 USB wkg Bombay JSLP GURKA DOMON VERLA. DLH779 1950 USB wkg
Bombay BBM/2000 KIBIT SUR. DLH8911 1615 USB wkg Bombay BGEK MAROB
(unk selcal). OYZ9254 1555 USB Clg Karachi No contact. TWN9227 1515
USB wkg KarachiFrom UTTT to OPJC, type of a/c AN12(!!). SIA408 1515
USB wkg Delhi No contact. AIC834 1520 USB wkg Bombay HKFJ MCT to BOM,
eta 1626. AIC814 1520 USB wkg BombayBILAT eta Bombay/1700. SVA749
1520 USB wkg Bombay EFBC FL310 MAROB. AIH086 1520 USB wkg Bombay LQGM
FL350 MAROB. AIC102 1520 USB w/Karachi JLCF to BOM, eta 1740. KAC541
1525 USB Clg Cairo No contact. GFA067 1525 USB wkg Bombay FLDQ FL280
MAROB. SVA823 1550 USB wkg Bombay AFJM Jakarta to Riyadh BBI BBM.
AIC855 1535 USB wkg BombayMAROB MCT/1615. UAL002 1540 USB wkg Karachi
Radiock No contact. UAE071 2015 USB wkg Bombay FL310. ALK228 2015 USB
wkg Bombay ACFM Dubai to Colombo VERLA. AFL566 2015 USB wkg Bombay
MAROB FL310. KLM838 2020 USB wkg Bombay KLHP BISET KIBIT. RBA96 2020
USB wkg Bombay EGHR MAROB BILAT SUMOS BBB. BAW10 2025 Clg Delhi to
3467. BAW12 2025 Calling Karachi to 3467. DLH783 2025 Calling Karachi
to 3467. GFA056 2045 USB wkg Bombay MAROB. KLM564 2045 USB Calling
Khartoum. No contact. GFA150 2045 USB wkg Bombay MAROB BILAT SUMOS.
DLH779 2050 USB wkg Bombay ALDM SIA to FFM BISET KIBIT SUR. SIA346
2050 USB wkg Bombay ENKAR GURKA DOMON. QFA9 2055 USB wkg Bombay
AQCG BISET KIBIT. MAS6123 2100 USB wkg Bombay CFKM Dubai to
Kualalumpur;KIBIT. PAL658 2100 USB wkg Bombay MAROB MCT. AIC819 2100
USB wkg Bombay JMCG Bombay-Dhahran;SUGID MAROB. ALK210 2105 USB wkg
Bombay BLFJ KIBIT BISET. ROM064 2105 USB wkg Bombay BJMR SUGID MAROB
PAVAN. SIA334 2105 USB wkg Bombay GURKA. QATARI 050 2105 USB wkg
Bombay CHGL Doha to Bombay;MAROB. KAC361 2110 USB wkg Bombay DRFL
ALAMA KAGLU. SIA326 2110 USB wkg Bombay BPHR KIBIT SUR. KAC301 2120
USB wkg Bombay DKEH 370. CPA017 2130 USB wkg Bombay FKDL SUGID MAROB.
CPA750 2130 USB wkg Bombay CJGH MAROB BILAT. SIA338 2135 USB wkg
Bombay ALGJ Bombay to Manchester;MAROB. KAC369 2135 USB wkg Bombay
DRFG ALAMA. DLH8420 2140 USB wkg Bombay CHAB Sharjah to Bombay/2315;
MAROB. UAL2 1530 USB wkgDelhi AGJR to 3467 Karachi. DLH8440 1850
USB wkg BombayKIBIT FL370. SVA882 1850 USB wkg Bombay AFGJ MAROB
BILAT. AIC710 1900 USB wkg BombayDubai to Bombay;MAROB eta BOM/2036.
IAC976 1905 USB wkg Delhi jpgh dep. Sharjah. BBG. AZA768 1910 USB
wkg Bombay JMBL MAROB FL370. SIA346 2055 USB wkg Bombay DQBR KIBIT
SUR (HW) RJA7984 2239 USB Bombay/dep.Amman via KIBET 2235 F330 BISET2328 sel/DGAL (JY-AGA L101). ALK203 1630 USB Bombay/ARP DOMON 1629
F310 VERLA 1649 ALAMA. (RD3) KVM-9109. RusAeroleasing. 1748 USB Clg
Bombay. MG-312. UNID: 0001 USB Wkg Sana`a. FL260. UZB-3522.
Uzbekistan: 0006:USB: Clg Kabul. LAQ___. Lebanese Air Transport. 2205
USB Clg Bombay. (flight number unfortunately not logged - due to
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QRM). VR-CXX. UNID 1907 USB Wkg Bombay. KLM-880. 2212 USB Clg
Ashkabad & Dushanbe - no reply (IB)
Honolulu Airinc 0911 USB wkg Korean018 Korean 018 informed to switch
to 8951 (JM6) Honolulu 1514 USB w/various AC's posn reps 43N 170W to
45N 140 W very busy. (GG)
BAW136 1530 USB wkg Madras DHFJ KAGLU ALAMA. SIA412 1510 USB wkg
Yangon Type of A/c is A310, speed M80. CFG393 1505 USB wkg Yangon
FL350 PPB/21. SVA989 1855 USB wkg Madras CMHJ GURKA. SIA346 2110 USB
wkg Madras AEGS CLC/2006 FL310 KAGLU ENKAR. KLM834 2105 USB wkg
Madras BBI/2005 FL350 BBM/2022 to 1326/1259. ALK142 2105 USB wkg
Madras FL330. MAS3 2000 USB wkg Madras CJDR UBCOX PPB FL370. MAS150
1955 USB wkg Madras GHBR BBI/1951 FL310 ????/1958 BBM/2009. DLH8493
1950 USB wkg Madras FLBK CLC/1949 FL310 KAGLU ENKAR. SIA403 1950 USB
wkg Madras FL370 ANOKO to Lumpur Control. ???555 1950 USB wkg Madras
DECM(?) AVNOS ATIDA APASI to Singapore. DLH779 1950 USB wkg Madras
BFLQ CLC/1944 FL350 KAGLU/2013 ENKAR/2025. SIA427 1945 USB wkg Madras
GLDF FL370 ATIDA APASI. MAS4150 1940 USB wkg Madras EGAC ANOKO FL280
APASI ATIDA AVNOS. GIA896 1940 USB wkg Madras ATIDA FL330 AVNOS MMV.
REACH 45F8 1935 USB wkg Colombo92 east/2000 to VHF 1328. SIA333 1935
USB wkg Madras KRAD to Singapore UBCOX PPB/2017 Vulcano active
warning Pos vulcano: 121715north 0935200east. QFA9 1930 USB wkg
Madras GQEM CLC/1924 FL310 KAGLU/1959 ENKAR GURKA. KLM838 1925 USB
wkg Madras BBI/1922 FL310 BBM/1939. UAE069 1920 USB wkg Lumpur BPAS
FL310 ANOKO APASI ATIDA. SIA328 1920 USB wkg Colombo To 1249. SIA322
1920 USB wkg Madras GSJM Singapore-London LHR KAGLU ENKAR GURKA.
MAS156 1920 USB wkg Madras BBI/1916 FL350 BBM/1933. CAL061 1905 USB
wkg Lumpur FL310 PPB UBCOX VVZ. SIA409 1905 USB wkg Madras FL290
APASI ANOKO TEBOP. ALK454 1905 USB wkg Madras FL310 PPB/1923 FL330
LULDA/1936 LINPO. AFR257 1905 USB wkg Madras BBS BBM. SIA334 1835 USB
wkg Lumpur KRAC ATIDA FL310. MAS2 1830 USB wkg Madras MQAE Kuala
Lumpur to London LHR KAGLU. MAS7197 1830 USB wkg Madras EPGM From
Jeddah to KualaLumpur APASI ANOKO. REACH 45F8 1645 USB wkg Madras To
1206,later Seldu (??)/1748. AFR257 1645 USB wkg Madras FL310 APASI
ATIDA. THA307 1640 USB wkg Madras PPB/1638 FL280 Tedod DUGOS. SIA338
1640 USB wkg Madras AKJM FL350. SIA409 1950 USB wkg Madras APASI
FL330 ANOKO. DLH779 1955 USB wkg Madras BBM/2003. SIA427 1955 USB wkg
Madras GLDF AVNOS ATIDA APASI. QFA9 2000 USB wkg Madras No contact.
CPA748 2000 USB wkg Medan AGDL JHB to HKG FL370.
ALK303 1525 USB wkg Medan ACFM MABIX PAMPTO KIMOP. RJA4108 1525 USB
wkg LumpurFL370 APASI ANOKO. RBA97 1525 USB wkg Madras EGHR APASI
ATIDA AVNOS MMV. SIA7478 1530 USB wkg Madras BGCD BZ. MAS189 1530 USB
wkg Colombo ERAS FL310 to 3470. 9MMPG 1535 USB wkg Madras BJFS
selcalck. AIC439 1545 USB wkg MadrasBBI GUSED BBM. SVA3829 1545 USB
wkg Madras BBI FL350 BOKOS BBM. UAE071 1600 USB wkg Colombo to Dubai.
LTU775 1605 USB wkg Madras EJBP FL350. GAF872 1610 USB wkg Madras
BMPS FL390 KAGLU ENKAR. MAS26 1610 USB wkg Madras EPGL Anoko BBI
GUSED BBM. SIA452 1615 USB wkg Colombo FL350. AFR257 1620 USB wkg
Lumpur BMJS Singapore to Paris CDG. MAS18 1810 USB wkg Madras BJFS
PPB/1815. PIA767 1810 USB wkg MadrasANOKO APASI. SWR187 1815 USB
wkg Madras AGBQ SAPLO FL310 PPB UBCOX. SAA287 1830 USB wkg Lumpur
FL350. SIA409 1835 USB wkg Madras FMBE Madras to Singapore;ATIDA
APASI. SIA328 1835 USB wkg Lumpur AEHR SIA to AMS SAPLO PPB UBCOX.
SIA404 1835 USB wkg Madras AKJL ATIDA MMV. SIA346 1840 USB wkg
Madras ATIDA MMV FL310. SIA26 1845 USB wkg Madras BPKR FL310 TATOX
BOKOP SAPLO. SWR7035 1930 USB wkg Madras CLFH ANOKO APASI ATIDA.
MSR851 1955 USB wkg LumpurFL350 Singapore to Cairo. SIA7375 2100 USB
wkg MadrasFL310. SIA347 2115 USB wkg MadrasATIDA APASI.(HW)
Singapore 409 1847 USB wkg Madras, FL330. Cathay 749 1848 USB wkg
Madras, FL350. Airlanka 454 1849 USB wkg Madras, FL330, reqing
FL370. KLM 834 1850 USB wkg Madras, req FL350. Singapore 328 1851
USB wkg Colombo, FL310, selcal (AZJL). Malaysia 740 1853 USB wkg
Colombo, FL370. Indonesia 896 1858 USB wkg Madras, FL280. Singapore
334 1902 USB wkg Colombo, FL310, selcal (KRAC). Malaysia 7197 1904
USB wkg Madras, FL410, selcal (EPGM). Malaysian 28 1715 USB wkg
Madras, FL280, est PLB 1728, selcal [MQ-AB], req FL310. Malaysian 2
1717 USB wkg K Lumpur, FL310. KLM 838 1717 USB wkg K Lumpur, FL310,
APASI 1729. Singapore 409 1847 wkg Madras, FL330. Cathay 749 1848
USB wkg Madras, FL350. Airlanka 454 1849 USB wkg Madras, FL330, req
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FL370. KLM 834 1850 USB wkg Madras, req FL350. Singapore 328 1851 USB
wkg Colombo, FL310, selcal (AZ-JL). Malaysia 740 1853 USB wkg
Colombo, FL370. Indonesia 896 1858 USB wkg Madras, FL280. Singapore
334 1902 USB wkg Colombo, FL310, selcal (KR-AC). Malaysia 7197 1904
USB wkg Madras, FL410, selcal (EP-GM). Malaysian 28 1715 USB wkg
Madras, FL280, est PLB 1728, selcal [MQ-AB], req FL310. Malaysian 2
1717 USB wkg K Lumpur, FL310. KLM 838 1717 USB wkg K Lumpur, FL310,
APASI 1729.(RO)
Kinloss Rescue, G 1050 USB w/SRG 128. RC and pos.rep. (AB) Resolute
Radio 2205 tfc w/ Mike Papa Foxtrot 56. Churchill Radio 2133 tfc w/
unid flight. Unid SS commercial tfc. 1058 "Boca Grande" called
"Yurahua". Joy, but Yurahua not hrd here. Tfc about transfering
something to Venezuela. Also mention of Rio de Janeiro. (DHM)
Shanwick 1114 USB clg Plymouth Rescue - no reply (KMH)
American 91 1356 USB wkg CAMSLANT Chesapeake, saying that this
frequency was in their manual and asking about 8984. CAMSLANT
corrected them and said new frequency was 8983. (SL)(odd one! -LOGS)
Colombian Aeros: 1224 Sp tfc between Valledupar, Barranquilla,
Monteria, and Corozal. Corozal ATC 2226 w/ tfc w/Barranquilla (DHM).
Hong Kong 1000 USB wkg unid craft.Later at 1005 "43069" clg Naha
radio Japan (AW) Daco 168 0902 USB Wkg HNL off Majuro 0825 F310. Air
Mike 956 0915 USB Wkg HNL ARP MAZZA F290-F330 blk. Air Mike 958 0920
USB Wkg HNL ETA Truk 1007 req clearance Guam-Truk F330. Air Mike 903C
0921 USB Wkg HNL ARP 12N160E 0920 F310-F350 block 12N150E 1032. Air
Mike 958 0928 USB Wkg HNL w/full clearance to Truk Airport then
Pohnpei Airport via direct-on dept at F310 cleared thru the Truk
Airport to Pohnpei direct F330 report arrival. Air Mike 922 0955 USB
Wkg HNL ARP abeam Majuro F330-F350 block Pohnpei 1042 Truk next. Air
Mike 633 1002 USB Wkg HNL ARP FIR F370 30N170E 1027. Reach 9404 1021
USB Wkg HNL asked to attempt QSY w/Air Mike 922 on VHF guard and come
up on 6532. Reach 9404 1055 USB Wkg Naha but barely readable, Naha
IDed. Philippines 100 0844 USB Wkg HNL ARP 25N160W 41 F330 24N170W
0943 23N160W next 66.4 fuel req F370. (TO)
Dakar:0605 USB wkg a FF speaking pilot who rptd posn.(JM7) Speedbird
267 0116 USB Wkg Canarias (BR-AG) ARP VODSA 0109 F350. Speedbird 244
0124 USB Wkg Dakar (BP-CF) ARP NANIK 22 F330 SAGRO 55 KENOX 0228.
Aeroflot 353 0129 USB Wkg Canarias ARP GADUN 30 F350 ETA Sal 0220.
Iberia 6811 0158 USB Wkg Canarias (EK-CJ) ARP PLATY F310. Varig 704
0200 USB Wkg Dakar (FQ-GH) ARP ONTER 0200 F370 BURET 0240 GAPOL 0320
303/70 -50. Alitalia 672 0223 USB Wkg Dakar (JK-GH) ARP ECHED F330
BIMOG 39. PLUNA 805 0244 USB Wkg Dakar ARP PLATY 44 F310 GADUN 0329
CVS. KLM 791 0244 USB Wkg Dakar (CG-KS) ARP ZRT 43 F330 AR 0302 IDINI
next, must climb now to F350. Transbrasil 873 0307 USB Wkg Dakar
(JK-CS) ARP ONOBI 0308 F390 MOGNI 0350 RAKUD .80/767 PT-TAI. SAZ 465
0414 USB Wkg Dakar (CH-LR) ARP 7N30W 0412 F370 MOGNI 0439 ONOBI 0522.
CL-601 reg. HB-IKT. Air Afrique 9934 0434 USB Wkg Dakar ARP AR 33
F290 ODRAT 51 BUPON 0508. Air France 242 0457 USB Wkg Dakar, selcal
(AQ-PS). Angola 064 0614 USB Wkg Dakar ARP ZRT 0614 F290 BIMOG 0622
ECHED 0650 must climb now to F310. Iberia 3970 2122 USB Wkg Dakar
(AD-HL) F370 req Dakar actual wx gave reg. EC-CBM 727-200. Air France
7264 2143 USB Wkg Dakar (JL-GK) ARP F290 est Nouakchott destination
at 2344 at ECHED 40. (TO)
Iqualit? 1323 Unid stn giving Eng aero wx for Hall Beach, which is in
Canada's Northwest Territories. ID sounded like Iqaluit (new name for
Frobisher). No NWT stuff listed for this FQ in Bob Evans' aero book.
Strong signal. (DHM) New Zealand 46 0746 USB Wkg Nadi ACC for selcal
(FS-BR). (TO)
QFA6 1455 USB wkg Perth FL310. ???828 1455 USB wkg MedanFL390 A/c
hardly readable. QFA160 1450 USB wkg PerthReq diversion of track To
1292. GFA153 1450 USB wkg Calcutta FLGQ BKK to AUH FL350 VVZ. QFA78
1450 USB wkg PerthFL370 AR/1542. GIA798 1440 USB wkg Perth, secondary
is 11396. SIA225 1440 USB wkg PerthSecondary is 11396. QFA43 1600 USB
wkg Perth Req deviation of track. QFA52 1540 USB wkg Perth To 1293
Brisbane Centre. Brunei533 1535 USB wkg Calcutta EGHR FL350. AFL552
1915 USB wkg Calcutta SAGOD/1909 FL310 RUNAT/1916 to 1195. BBC055
1915 USB Calling Calcutta No contact. DLH709 1820 USB wkg Calcutta
Calling Calcutta No contact. MPH911820 USB wkg PerthFL290 to 310.
CPA107 1815 USB wkg PerthFL330. SIA229 1635 USB wkg Perth called by
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Perth No contact. QFA33 1810 USB wkg Perth To 3470. CPA255 1805 USB
Calling Calcutta No contact. CPA749 1800 USB wkg Yangon FL350 DUGOS.
THA311 1635 USB wkg Dhaka called by Dhaka No contact. QFA188 1350
USB wkg Perth To 128.1. QFA138 1355 USB wkg Perth Ctc. Bali on this.
Sec.is 11396. DLH775 1405 USB wkg Jakarta ALDM FL390 to 8942
Singapore. GFA153 1410 USB wkg Calcutta VVZ/53. THA503 1415 USB wkg
Calcutta FL280 UBCOX. QFA72 1415 USB wkg Jakarta FL370. GIA972 1420
USB wkg Jakarta FL280. Baw9 1425 USB wkg Jakarta FL290 to Bali Ctrl.
HVN533 1425 USB wkg CalcuttaLRES FL310 VVZ HoChiMinh to Dubai.
RJA4018 1425 USB wkg Jakarta Req. Malang WX. MAS137 1435 USB wkg
Jakarta BJFR to 125.7 VHF Jakarta ctrl. QFA20 1435 USB wkg Perth
FL350 to 11396 for selcal. LTU751 1440 USB wkg Calcutta GRLP FL350
VVZ. QFA6 1445 USB wkg Jakarta FL330. QFA136 1445 USB wkg Udjung
FL330. QFA22 1445 USB wkg Perth PAPKA. GIA986 1450 USB wkg Jakarta
FL390. ANG393 1450 USB wkg Jakarta AEHM FL290 SIA to Port Moresby.
KAL861 1520 USB wkg Jakarta FL390. QFA126 1540 USB wkg Jakarta FL310
to 5634 Perth. AAN222 1545 USB wkg Jakarta FL310 (HW) New Guinea-393
1630 USB Wkg Perth. AAR-689 Asiana. 1633 USB Clg Jakarta.(IB)
Johannesburg Oceanic 0320 USB Wkg MH202 told them to QSY 5565 due QRM
here (TO)
Elite 232 2028 USB Wkg NY ARP LETON 27 F350 out Port-au-Prince 1919
off 1928 ETA YMX 2221. (TO)
Riga Volmet 0610 USB Bdcst possibly in Latvian. Not EE FF or
RR.(JM7)
Navy LT925: P-3 USN 1020 USB wkg Santa Maria climb to fl270 or
descend to fl230: fl270. (BH)
Britania YB, 1650 USB, USB wkg Portishead Radio. Britania YB 1650 USB
wkg Portishead Radio, now strength 4 with a lot of background, try
5610. (RO)
Fine Air 427 0443 USB Wkg Miami LDOC: no overflight permission from
Colombia given, even though permission #161801 had been granted on
Jan 15th good through March. Departed MIA 0417/27 ETA. Bogota 0732.
Aircraft N427FB is told to proceed on sked to Bogota w/permission in
hand. Severe QRM de SP lang BC station, presumably from Peru. Fine
Air N44UA 0537 USB Wkg Houston LDOC (AK-HL) pos. 140 mis S of
Barranquilla: departed BOG 0445/59 ETA MIA 0800. N160GC 0540 USB Wkg
Miami LDOC re arrival at dest. CYGK, mention of Canpass? & needs
customs on arrival. Global Air Charter flight. Emery 151 0224 USB Wkg
Miami LDOC w/departure rpt off Guadalajara 0150/0207 ETA Dayton 0529.
Tampa 715 0243 USB Wkg Miami LDOC on the ramp at Bogota w/msg for
Atlas Air JFK: arrived BOG 0215/41. Amerijet 836 0326 USB Wkg Miami
LDOC dept. Port of Spain 0305/15 ETA Port-au-Prince 0515. Amerijet
733 0602 USB Wkg Miami LDOC (HK-CL) 100 mis. SW of Merida.
Transcontinental 183 0605 USB Wkg Miami LDOC (CF-BH) dept. rpt out of
BOG 0512/49 ETA MIA 0859. Amerijet 826 0638 USB Wkg Miami LDOC at
Curacao Aeropuerto Hato: ETD 15 minutes on at 0553 in at 0557.
Amerijet 826 0710 USB Wkg Miami dep Curacao 0648/55 ETA MIA 0928.
Connie 708 0640 USB Wkg Miami LDOC as flight LAU 322: dep SKBO 0550/
0618 ETA MIA 0921. Tower 738 0652 USB Wkg Houston LDOC w/pp to Ops
re: flight plan fuel burn for GRU-MCO at F350. Fine Air 27UA 0700 USB
Wkg Miami LDOC (LM-CD) dep Port of Spain 0555/0603 ETA MIA 0944. Big
A 510 0826 USB Wkg Miami LDOC (KR-HQ) departed SJU 0640/0702 ETA ATL
1030 fuel remaining 90.0. Connie 815 0835 USB Wkg Miami LDOC w/pp to
Connie Ops: departed San Jose 0800/23 ETA MIA 1045, req customs & ag.
Fine Air 426 0846 USB Wkg Miami LDOC for selcal (DK-GJ). Amerijet 732
0850 USB Wkg Miami LDOC departed Merida 0835/42 ETA MIA 1005 26.4
fr.(TO)
Unid:0612 USB SS tfc Assume LDOC Mexico City.(JM7) Tower 31 0703 USB
Wkg NY ARINC (EF-KL) TLV-JFK req latest wx (TO)
A6-PFD Amiri Flight / VIP: 1430 USB Wkg Berne R.(IB)
UNID Aero Stn: 1240 LSB m EE req stns (=Pirates) on 6645 LSB to
change QRG because of QRM to Aero-tfc ! see MISC 6685 kHz (ANDL)
Cenamer Radio 1109 Sp tfc w/ unid a/c (DHM).
Japanair 062 1059 USB Wkg HNL ARP 32N170E 1122 30N180 next. Korean
Air 020 1102 USB Wkg HNL w/clearance: maintain .84 or greater & req
F370. Korean Air 018 1103 USB Wkg HNL ARP 30N180E F350 30N170W 1148
next 33N160W. United 844 1104 USB Wkg HNL req for F350 rcvd on
SATCOM will forward your req. Korean Air 002 1113 USB Wkg HNL ARP
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34N160W 1113 F370. (TO)
San Francisco 1616 USB w/posn reps. SF 1730 USB busy w/various AC's:
Navy RU970,REACH 1507, MUSIC 53,NW 925 AND NW 9702. Various pos reps.
ie BEEBOP,HUMOR,HAPPY also lat and long given Sec freq given as
10057. (GG)
Auckland Volmet:0550 USB // 8828 which was not quite as strong but
quite usable. At 0555 Honolulu Radio signed-on five minutes early.
Both broadcasts came in with equal intensity Auckland signed-off at
0559.(JM7)
Almaty (ex Alma Ata) Meteo, KAZ: 1548 USB f RR, Volmet, s/off 1550z,
sked h+45 (ANDL)
Stockholm Radio, S: 2320 USB sx f EE, wkg C5DSZ, into pp in
Arab.(ANDL)
GKX: Portishead Air 1824 USB wkg unid a/c. (BvR)
Hong Kong radio 1747 USB Volmet, WX report 1800-0300. (RO)
TITAN 20 1950 USB Wkg NY ARP 38N60W 47 F290. Virgin 015 2002
USB Wkg NY (HR-PQ) ARP HOLMA 2000 F390. Air France 090 2009 USB Wkg
NY (EK-FH) ARP PRISS 08 F370. N901SJ 2016 USB Wkg NY (KL-AH) for
selcal check. N5117H 2016 USB Wkg NY ARP HOLMA 2015 F410. elite 232
2024 USB Wkg NY for selcal (JQ-HK). (TO)
Manaus Aero, Brazil 0541 USB (SAM-C MWARA) wkg American 962 w/
posrep, FL 350. (RB) Varig 809 0338 USB Wkg Manaus ARP VAGAN 37 F370
MADKO 0411 MAN. American 972 0342 USB Wkg Manaus (EJ-KM) ARP ANGUD
37 F350 ATF 57. United 992 0350 USB Wkg Manaus (JP-DG) cleared to
climb F350. Air France 583 0355 USB Wkg Piarco w/ARP 0951N4929W 52
F370 1942N04305W 0518 24N40W next. Oceanic clr to LFPG via 24N40W36N30W-44N20W-46N15W-direct ETIKI-UN480-REGHI-UN482-QPR-UR11-F370
mach .82. Canadian 101 0358 USB Wkg Manaus (DQ-CL) ARP TESAL 53 F310
DARLO 0437 TEPIM req F350. United 988 0405 USB Wkg Belem ARP BOMOL 04
F310 NELOS 0437. United 982 0406 USB Wkg Belem ARP BOMOL 0404 F350
NELOS 0436 Santarem next. Varig 860 0407 USB Wkg Belem (CD-HK) ARP
NELOS 05 F350 LONAS 28. American 904 0418 USB Wkg Manaus for selcal
(CM-EP). American 996 0423 USB Wkg Manaus for selcal (JK-PS).
United 976 0423 USB Wkg Manaus ARP RONIL 22 F330 NANDA 0454. (TO)
Khabarosk radio 1716 USB Rusian volmet, WX report in RR. Khabarosk
radio 1716 USB Rusian volmet, wx report in RR. (RO) Nagpur Aero.
(IND) 1445 USB Clg Calcutta. Damania-104 1620 USB Wkg Calcutta.(IB)
Ascot 3201 0025 USB Wkg Dakar (LM-BK) ARP Equator 16W 24 F330.
Canarias Control 0026 USB Wkg Sal R. w/tfc rpt re: TR873 EGKK-SBRF.
Air France 7265 0028 USB Wkg Dakar ARP Nouakchott-CDG F390 est PE 39.
Johannesburg Oceanic 0036 USB Wkg Recife re: SA203 CPT-MIA. Air
France 419 0041 USB Wkg Dakar ARP Dakar-CDG F330 PE 42 GDV 0132.
Iberia 6892 0052 USB Wkg Recife (EJ-GL) ARP RAKUD 51 F370. Springbok
203 0109 USB Wkg Recife (FM-AQ) ARP F350 1449S1926W 0106 20W 0110 25W
0146 abeam TURAB 0159. Air Afrique 9911 0212 USB Wkg Dakar ARP
enrt Niamey-Dakar F390 est GUTAV 0213 DEMOL 36 TD 45 ETA Dakar 0318
B707C reg. 5X-JEF. Lufthansa 527 0221 USB Wkg Recife (AL-EG) ARP
EVBOT 18 F330. Lufthansa 503 0243 USB Wkg Recife (CP-BR) ARP REPUR 43
F330. Reach 0065 0310 USB Wkg Recife ARP crossed UR1 0309 req F330.
Malaysia 202 0400 USB Wkg JNB (GH-AR) ARP MUNES 0401 F330 5W 0427
KATOR 0550. Expect Robben Island arrival 2B to runway 01 at FACT.
Varig 828 0626 USB Wkg Johannesburg Oceanic est 05W 0646. Lufthansa
502 2042 USB Wkg Recife (CP-BR) ARP RAKUD 41 F350. Iberia 3970 2100
USB Wkg Dakar ARP PE 2100 F310 NULET 2119 YF 2200. B727-200 Las
Palmas-Dakar. (TO)
CFC 106: CP140 140106 CAF, 1211 USB wkg Shanwick. FL 280, climbing
fl290. Reach 3519 1232 USB wkg Shanwick 56n40w 1233 fl350, 55n50w
1317, oystr, -> 5616. (BH)
Pacific-951. 0847 USB Wkg Brisbane Aero. (IB) LAN Chile 133 0745
USB Wkg Tahiti receiving Tahiti actual wx. (TO)
Navy LF932 1500 wkg Shanwick, Gander, cking in.(BH) Varig 828 1721
USB wkg Perth, posrep, est COLBI 1808, FL370. Mauritius Radio 1723
USB wkg Perth Radio, req confirmation on Varig 828 clearance from
Perth control.Perth confirms: when enter control area at COLBI track
via alpha 327, enter at FL370". Airlanka 702 1725 USB wkg Beira, posn
ck, FL330, temp -36, wind 180deg 40 knots. A/C is reqtd to contact
Antanarivo Radio. Varig 828 1721 USB wkg Perth, posrep, est COLBI
1808, FL370. Mauritius Radio 1723 USB wkg Perth Radio, req
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confirmation on Varig 828 clearance from Perth control. Perth
confirms "... when enter control area at COLBI track via alpha 327,
enter at FL370". Airlanka 702 1725 UBS wkg Beira, posn ck, FL330,
temp -36, wind 180deg 40 knots. A/C is reqtd to contact Antanarivo
Radio. (RO)
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xxxx 4437 1754 USB wkg Luanda Radio, FL140, ARP Dep Huambo 1710, dest
Catumbela, ETA 1825 (RO) Namibia 661 2029 USB Wkg Luanda ACC departed
Windhoek 1945 ETA FRA 0415 F370 FIR at 2029 VHU 2103. Springbok 260
2043 USB Wkg Luanda ACC who req they attempt QSY w/SA264. SA260
dept. JNB 1922 est VUE 2147 at F350. Springbok 264 2044 USB Wkg
Luanda ACC who req dept. time JNB-1902. Forca Aerea Brasileira 2403
1946 USB Wkg Luanda ACC (LM-JK) ARP BOSNI 44 F310 5E 2005 IVIGI 2010.
Springbok 264 2012 USB Wkg Luanda ACC ARP ANVAG 1958 F350 VUE 2044
ANUBI 2131 ETA MUC 0430. Springbok 201 2036 USB Wkg Luanda ACC ARP
airborne JNB 1918 est Kuito 2125 TUTIM 2147 VNA 2201 OPAPO 2215 TERBA
2255 ETA Sal 0329 B747-400 reg. ZS-SAX. N880SP 2015 USB Wkg Luanda
departed Windhoek 1935 ETA Abidjan 0051 F390 est KILBI 2154 ANVAG at
2053. Springbok 234 2130 USB Wkg Luanda ACC ARP JNB-LHR airborne 2011
ETA 0657 BUGRO 2126 F310 VUE 2212 KILBI 2230 ANUBI 2300 747 ZS-SAC.
Springbok 232 2136 USB Wkg Luanda ACC ARP est LITAT 2324 ETA LHR 0705
747-300 reg. ZS-SAT. (TO)
8891
United 935 2205 USB Wkg Baffin ARP Coral Harbour 2204 F350. United
931 2220 USB Wkg Baffin for selcal check (AG-HS). (TO)
8894
URA-1916. Uralinteravia. 2147 USB Clg Niamey. DSG-407. UNID: 2206 USB
Clg Niamey. LX-MMB. Bouyges Air Transport. 2314 USB Clg Algiers. (IB)
Air Gabon 600 0020 USB Wkg Niamey (AE-BK) ARP ERKEL 19 F350. Air
Afrique 134 2358 USB Wkg Niamey ARP APERO 51 F370 (TO)
8896.5 Piura ATC (Peru) 1233 Spm calling Chiclayo, but no joy. (DHM)
8903
UN3441 1855 USB From Luanda to Cairo via Kinshasha wkg Brazzaville an AN124 reg. UR82009 (RP2) N'djamena, Chad (AFI-4 MWARA) 2149 USB
clg KLM 594. (RB) AFJ002 2237 USB Brazz/Entebbe-LHR via BUN F390
ENSOK 2248. (RD3) EL-ALG. UNID 2154 USB Wkg Kinshasa FL350 SU-AVZ
National Aviation Co 2200 USB Wkg Kinshasa. Trans Air Congo-574. 1750
USB Wkg Brazzaville. FL350.(IB) HB-IAI 0003 USB Wkg Brazza ARP LITAT
0000 F370 enrt Libreville-Luanda. Speedbird 57 0007 USB Wkg Ndj
(BR-AH) ARP F330 ENDOK 03 DIR 0030. Speedbird 56 2103 USB Wkg
Kinshasa w/ARP TENKA 01 F310 EDUSA 747-400 reg. G-CIVA. Springbok 260
2120 USB Wkg Kinshasa est o/h Kinshasa 2236, a/b JNB 1923 747 reg.
ZS-SAM. Air France 7025 2123 USB Wkg Kano at F240 in VHF contact
w/Port Harcourt. Springbok 264 2123 USB Wkg Luanda then Kinshasa
airborne JNB 1846 ETA MUC 0445 est ANUBI 2136 747SP reg. ZS-SPE. Air
Portugal 222 2148 USB Wkg Brazzaville airborne Luanda 2108 ETA Lisboa
0430 F350 A340 reg CS-TOA. Air Gabon 600 2149 USB Wkg Kano enrt
Libreville-Roma F330 a/b 2131 OBUDU 2217 Jos 2244 Kano 2300. Air
France 421 2208 USB Wkg Brazzaville just caught reg. F-GISD 747-400.
Zimbabwe 724 2209 USB Wkg Kinshasa HRE-LGW F350 EDUSA 08 767-200ER
Z-WPE.DSR 402 2222 USB Wkg N'djamena w/wx req for N'djamena, dep
Jeddah 2038 ETA N'djamena 0030 est GNA 2328 F350 gave reg. C?-?AM 707
Any help w/reg? Swissair 287 2226 USB Wkg Brazza w/ARP TIVAL 25 F310
MIKMA 38 MD11 reg. HB-IWD.Alitalia 837 2228 USB Wkg Kinshasa w/ARP
KIBRO 27 F350 MD11 reg. I-DUPO.Lufthansa 597 2339 USB Wkg Brazza
(JQ-LR) ARP EDINA? 40 F350. Springbok 234 2303 USB Wkg Springbok R.
LDOC/ops normal 2300 last pos. UVAGO 2253 F350 035/09 -50. Springbok
273 2359 USB Wkg Springbok LDOC/ops norm. IKTAV 2355 F370 wx rpt:
264/84 -54. Gabon 102 2219 USB Wkg Brazzaville off Libreville 2207
est Tchibanga 40 F330. B727 F-OHOA enrt Libreville-Pointe Noire.
Gabon 110 2258 USB Wkg Brazza ARP Libreville-JNB departed 2250 IPAVO
2309 ENINA 2330 LIKAT 2339 F370 ETA JNB 0305. Air France 421 2222 USB
Wkg Luanda (AQ-RS) ARP LIKAD 30 F390. Sabena 516 2042 USB Wkg Lagos
(EM-DJ) ARP off Douala 2029 est CR 41 F350 PT 51. Angola 064 2044 USB
Wkg Libreville ARP ERAVA 57 F350 dest. is Dakar and received tfc rpt
re: RK232. KLM 598 2047 USB Wkg Kinshasa (DM-AJ) ARP USDAP 44 F350
KIN 2056. Air Gabon 600 2159 USB Wkg Kano (AE-BK) ARP OBUDU est 2232
F350 JS 2258 KA 2313 AMSEN 2325. Air France 7025 2204 USB Wkg Kano
(EJ-AL) ARP departed Bamako 2156 at F120 climbing F330 abeam EU 2212
abeam JO 2236 o/h Kano 2252 ETA CDG 0355. Lufthansa 573 2206 USB Wkg
Kinshasa ARP estimates RUNGO 2229 KIBRO 51 KIN 13 OPGAT 25 KGI 37
VIVRO 49 MERON 0009 QSY 118.1 Lubumbashi CTR. Air France 421 2208 USB
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Wkg Brazza ARP departed Luanda 2128 ETA CDG 0455 LITAT 2202 F310.
VR-CJP 2221 USB Wkg Kinshasa ARP PILSI 2211 F350 GATSA 2228.
Alitalia 837 2251 USB Wkg Kinshasa (FK-DJ) ARP UGDUS 2251 F350.
Virgin 602 2252 USB Wkg Kinshasa ARP UPARA 52 F310 Airbus A340 reg.
G-VBUS. Aeroflot 6502 2252 USB Wkg Brazza/Ndj w/ARP F330 destination
is Malta fm Douala, est FL-2316 SEMOK 2347 QSY N'djamena CTR VHF
128.1 at TJN. Namibia 661 2258 USB Wkg NDJ ARP UMOSA 58 F390 MEKAL
2307. Lufthansa 597 2338 USB Wkg Brazza ARP CF 39 F390 BT 0010 UMOSA.
Springbok 273 2339 USB Wkg NDJ ARP ENDOK 38 F370 DIR 2355 KIRMI 0114
FL-0048 CDG-JNB. (TO)
Iberia 6151 2033 USB Wkg NY (DK-AS) ARP 40N40W F350. (TO)
Speedbird London LDOC, G: 1137 USB sx f EE, wkg TWE153, pp w/
'Maintrol' (ANDL)
Austrian 501 0958 USB wkg Stockholm clg from Vienna, selcal ck BRHL.
Sabena 208 1002 wkg Stockholm posn 65n 65e (somewhere over Russia),
eta Brussels 1440, ops normal (yes, abt 30 mins later it showed up
on Belgian teletext, page 385). United 971 1002 USB wkg Stockholm clg
from Malpenza (Milano), selcal ck AGHR. United 965 1005 USB wkg
Stockholm a/c unreadable. Condor NP 1040 USB wkg Stockholm posn 45n
10w -> 12201. Delta 77 1040 USB wkg Stockholm a/c unreadable, selcal
ck. Aviana? 503 1041 USB wkg Stockholm passed 40e 1038 10600 metres,
oldor(?) 1042 opsnormal fuel remaining 82.5 (any ideas abt the
company and the posn appreciated). Occidental? 666 1052 USB wkg
Stockholm over Southern France, req. wx. EBOS (Oostende).Stockholm
referred to this flight as OCT 666, again, which company?. Delta 119
1054 USB wkg Stockholm a/c unreadable, selcal ck. Speedway? 7310 1055
USB wkg Stockholm -> 10165. Air France 2214 1056 USB wkg Stockholm
req. wx. Helsinki (Elsinki in FF). Delta 93 1056 USB wkg Stockholm
a/c unreadable, selcal ck. All Nipon 205 1103 USB wkg Stockholm
destination Paris-Charles de Gaulle. KLM 278 1029 USB wkg Stockholm
posn Warsaw, Poland, terminates 'cause he has Stockholm weak
unreadable. (BH) Lufthansa 731 1348 USB pp to Lufthansa operations
through Stockholm Radio, some of the toilets in the a/c were not wkg
Air Lanka 558 1435 USB 4R-ABA Airbus 320 on flight from Frankfurt to
Colombo,presumably just headed off. Selcal EMBD. wkg Stockholm Radio.
(MS) Britania YB, 1634 USB clg Stockholm Radio, no reply" (RO) AEL753
0929 USB Stockh'm/ARP 45N15W p/p to Milan ops-Fault Code 34215903
1.9nm per hr Centre Rad.Alt Intermittent.sel/CSHQ (EI-CJB B767). ?JHF
1017 USB Stockh'm/Req. selcal chk/BDAE (Any Ideas ?). ANA203 1018
USB Stockh'm/ARP UHT 1018 10600m ETA UUEE 1150. ???600 1020 USB
Stockh'm/Req.sel/FRBD (VH-AWE B757). UAL961 1021 USB Stockh'm/Req.
sel/CERS (N659UA B767). ANA201 1034 USB Stockh'm/ARP UHT 1033 F11600m
ETA EGLL 1446. TRA407 1040 USB Stockh'm/Called by Stockhlm mant times
to no avail-a/c PH-TKA B757. DAL31A 1041 USB Stockh'm/Req.p/p to Flt
Ctl,ATL sel/CDER (N183DN B767). SWW2112 1051 USB Stockh'm/o/h
Canaries for p/p-no reply. ANA1221 1058 USB Stockh'm/ARP UHT 1056
F10600m ETA EGLL 1520. AUA555 1204 USB Stockh'm/On ground Vienna
(VIENNA to TOKYO) req.radio & sel ck/GREF (OE-LAH A340).(RD3)
Britania YB 1634 USB clg Stockholm Radio, no reply. (RO) NAF-40.
Netherlands AF. 1455 USB Wkg Stockholm. SELCAL-HKJM, ETA EHVB. No.
334 Sqdn GCO-9801: 1732 USB Wkg Stockholm R. Selcal-CKFH. LIFR to
LFBS. F-GFMD. Bird Express: 1735:USB: Wkg Stockholm. Speedway8308: 1316 USB Wkg Stockholm. Selcal-LQKM. Air Mauritius-941 1717 USB
Wkg Stockholm. posn: E. of perth(IB)
United 985 0349 USB Wkg Cedar Rapids for selcal (AF-DH). American 904
0438 USB Wkg Cedar Rapids w/pp to Fort Worth Dispatch re: right
center fuel pump problem fixed will proceed to MIA EOK. (TO) United
988 0238 USB wkg Cedar Rapids Radio re: ACARS down reqing sports
scores--canx req due to poor receiving conditions (KW2).
TWA 843 1046 USB wkg Berna selcal ck DJAK. Berna Radio LDOC, SUI
1309 USB sx m EE, w/Swiss Air? 355, too weak, QSY 10069 kHz) (ANDL)
Indonesia 806 1602 USB wkg Singapore, FL390, est ALGOR 1611 contact
Bangkok on 125.5 (RO)
Singapore 11 1609 USB wkg Singapore, FL350, MAARI 1611, MEVAS 1636,
temp -45, at MEVAS contact radar. Singapore 15 1611 USB clg Manila,
no reply . United 805 1613 USB wkg Singapore, FL350, AGUPI 1622.
MI 880 1616 USB clg Manila, no reply Singapore ATC comes-up but the
a/c seems hesitate. USB clg Singapore once but then keeps trying to
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contact Manila. AVB 740 1619 USB clg Hong Kong, no reply. UPS 6614
1621 USB wkg Singapore, IPLON 1621, FL310, est MAARI 1649, MEVAS,
selcal ck [CE-MQ] negative selcal even after the 3rd.?? AVB 740 1626
USB wkg Hong Kong, FL350, PCA 1632, reqtd tocontact Ho Chi Minh. MI
878 1628 USB wkg Singapore, NISOR 1628, FL290,Fuel on board 24.7,
reqtd contact Manila. Northwest 7 1557 USB wkg Singapore, MEVAS
1623, Fuel 47.7 contact radar over MEVAS on 127.3. MI 878 1559 USB
wkg Singapore, FL290 NISOR. Indonesia 806 1559 USB clg Singapore, no
reply. Thai 743 1600 USB wkg Hong Kong, DOTAS, FL350. Malaysia 51
0948 USB wkg Singapore, posrep, FL330. Dinasty 346 0949 USB wkg Hong
Kong, posrep, FL330. Cathay 776 0950 USB wkg Singapore, posrep,
FL370. China 59 0950 USB wkg H.Kong, posrep, FL350. Dinasty 652 0950
USB wkg H.Kong, posrep, FL330. Malaysian 68 0951 USB wkg Singapore,
posrep, FL370, VJN30. Philipine 661 0953 USB wkg Hong Kong, FL 370,
selcal ck (FG-CJ). Northwest 7 1557 usb wkg Singapore, MEVAS 1623,
Fuel 47.7 contact radar over MEVAS on 127.3. MI 878 1559 usb wkg
Singapore, FL290 NISOR. Indonesia 806 1559 USB clg Singapore, no
reply. Thai 743 1600 USB wkg Hong Kong, DOTAS, FL350, GA806 keeps
clg Sin ATC while Thai740 was reporting. Eventually the lady at HK
ATC rised her voice: "...you've broken again, broookeeen agaaaiinnn!,
say again, say again..." Suddenly the freq was clear 8-). Indonesia
806 1602 USB wkg Singapore, FL390, est ALGOR 1611 contact Bangkok on
125.5. Singapore 11 1609 USB wkg Singapore, FL350, MAARI 1611, MEVAS
1636, temp -45, at MEVAS contact radar. Singapore 15 1611 USB clg
Manila, no reply. United 805 1613 USB wkg Singapore, FL350 AGUPI 1622
MI 880 1616 USB clg Manila, no reply Singapore ATC comes-up but the
a/c seems hesitate... clg Singapore once but then keeps trying to
contact Manila. AVB 740 1619 USB clg Hong Kong, no reply. UPS 6614
1621 USB wkg Singapore, IPLON 1621, FL310, est MAARI 1649, MEVAS,
selcal ck CE-MQ negative selcal even after the 3rd.?? AVB 740 1626
USB wkg Hong Kong, FL350, PCA 1632, reqtd to contact Ho Chi Minh.
MI 878 1628 USB wkg Singapore, NISOR 1628, FL290, Fuel on board 24.7,
reqtd contact Manila. (RO) Silk Air-927. 1410 USB Wkg Singapore.
SELCAL-FJHQ.(IB)
Korean 018: 0912 USB wkg Honolulu Airinc. Japan20 0914 USB clg
Honolulu - posn reports (JM6)
EIP, Shannon Volmet, IRL: 1140 USB m EE Volmet (ANDL)
Britania YB, 1648 USB, USB wkg Portishead Radio. Britania YB 1648 USB
wkg Portishead Radio "... Britania Yankee Bravo on 8960 between
Singapore & Jakarta over." Portishead was barely audible and req QSY
to 15964, but the a/c cud not copy the msg. Suddenly the signal jump
to S3. "... Britania YB, this is Chicago, can you go to 15964?"
"Roger, reading you strength 5 now...". Then the captain reconfirmed
his posn, pause..."did you say Singapore???" " Afirmatif !" "OK
Singapore, lets see the other way. OK you call me at 6634, 6634!"
"I'll try 6634, but I did try the freq but no success, stand by".
"6634, going down Sir!" (RO)
Berna Radio, SUI 1317 USB sx m EE, w/Swiss Air? 355, pp in GG to
'City Center' (ANDL)
Berna Radio, SUI: 1315 USB sx m EE, w/Swiss Air? 355, strong
broadcast-QRM, QSY 10069 kHz (ANDL)
UNID Spanish Aero Stn: 1303 USB sx m SS, aero tfc (ANDL)
UNID Spanish Aero?: 1030 USB sx m SS, cambio, passings msg by using
NATO-spelling, sounds not like cambio-chat-pirates (ANDL)
Cenamer Radio 1240 Sp tfc w/ Guayaquil (DHM).
VFG, Gander Radio, CAN 1324 USB m EE, Volmet (ANDL)
Brazzaville Volmet, COG 0204 m EE Volmet fr Libreville etc.(ANDL)
Berna Radio LDOC, SUI 1308 USB sx EE/GG, w/Swiss Air? 355, pp in
GG w/'City Center', weak QSY 13205/9345/9303 kHz, req QSY 12065
kHz. Air Maroc 352: 1313z w/Berna fm Casablanca to Brussels, pos
Madrid, s/c BM-EG (ANDL)
Speedbird London LDOC, G 1134 USB sx f wkg TWE153 pp w/'Maintrol',
too weak, QSY 8921 kHz, 1229 w/UNID s/c AP-DK (ANDL) Speedbird London
1325 USB wkg Caledonian 019 enrt BAH-LGW w/356 pax, selcall CK-DG,
G-BBAE, an L1011-100. Speedbird London wkg Emirates 024 enrt CDG-DUB
selcall BM-RS which belongs to A6-EKH, A310 (MB3)
Houston Radio LDOC 2202 USB Wkg UNID Air Europe Italy flight: caught
this one mid-contact, the Captain & the operator at Houston were
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discussing the possibility of signing up Air Europe. Italy to use the
LDOC facilities. Capt. gave name of contact at Milan-Malpensa (TO)
Air Malta 3492 1021 USB selcal EDVK, with pp through Stockholm Radio
re patient with cardiac problems. Paramedics and wheelchair reqed
on arrival at (Castle?) Airport(MS) Stockholm Rdo 1511 USB wkg
Sunways 4184 (JR-CQ) w/ pp to ops (MB3)
Stockholm Rdo 1358 USB clg F-GSTA repeatedly w/out success. A300-600
of Airbus Inter Transport. One of those Airbus that fly parts of
other Airbus (MB3)
San Francisco: (CEP-1/2 MWARA) 2208 USB wkg unid United flt; at 2211
wkg Japanair 005 w/posrep. (RB)
MSR988 1050 USB wkg CairoBQCJ JFK to Cairo, eta 1435 (HW) ACS-706.
Air Cess. 1534 USB Wkg Khartoum. IL-76. HTT-505. Air Tchad. 1721 USB
Wkg Khartoum.(IB) Seychelles Radio 2008 USB Wkg Mauritius w/tfc rpt
re: AF445 (TO)
American 912 0347 USB Wkg FS Lima w/ARP ELASA? 43 F310 93.7. American
2010 0430 USB Wkg FS Lima in SP req that dispatch contact Guayaquil
CTR to coordinate ESR route at F370 on UG436 then UL312. American 946
0432 USB Wkg FS Lima ARP RELAN? 28 F350 110.5 fuel. American 998 0436
USB Wkg FS Lima ARP VAG 11 F310 86.5 fuel.(TO)
DLH 741 0851 USB wkg Stockholm -> 13576. KLM 492: B-737, PH-BDG, KLM
1107 USB wkg Stockholm posn Madrid, pp KLM Amsterdam movement
control, -> 10165, self-id'd as 'BDG'. EC-FEF 1104 USB wkg Stockholm
selcal ck, I believe he mentioned Iberia, not sure. (BH) KAC064 1046
USB Stockh'm Req. Gatwick actual wx. (RD3) Sunways-6232. 0956 USB Wkg
Stockholm. SELCAL-MRCP. S5-ABH: Adria Airways 1443 USB Wkg Stockholm.
(IB) Stockholm Rdo 1553 USB wkg Air Berlin 5335 on the ground at
Palma de Mallorca. They have a very ill woman on board. Doctor says
chances are she cud die during the flt. Pilot's question to ops: Do
we take her or not? Ops is back with the answer: No, take the
passenger off the plane! The pilot says the doctor informed him that
the patient urgently needs medical treatment in Germany & she cud
also die from not being flown to Germany for treatment. The
dispatcher is very nervous & says he is unable to decide that, will
call back via Stockholm. He is back within 4 minutes w/a formal
decision from the boss, the patient must be taken off the plane. Adv
do NOT depart with lady on board. (MB3)
New York Air NY USA 1557 USB wkg United 870--fl390 eta ny 1611 req.
selcal EG-KR (RM)
HEE60, Berna Radio LDOC, SUI: 1309 USB sx m EE, w/Swiss Air? 355,
too weak, QSY 8936 kHz)
EIP:Shannon Volmet IRL 1339 USB OM says This is Shannon Volmet.
Shannon Volmet. Shannon Volmet. Then into wx synops (RM)
WSY 70 New York 0615 USB w/ volmet WX bx (AW)
Honolulu 2203 USB w/various AC's. (GG)
Universal Aviation,Houston Tx 1630 USB QSO AS Follows selcal MEL
need 20,000 lbs fuel wx mentions Guatemala Task Force 1522 2,000 lbs
or cases of beer on board this is more than likely code for something
of another nature (RT2)
Speedbird London 1517 USB Ending p/p to 163 (RM)
Unid A/c: 1814 USB Clg Mexico Radio at Merida MEX. Appeared to be a
flight from Miami to Cancun. YL at Mexico R. gives var. info
including temp on the ground and selcall ??-BF. (RM)
TLE-755. Air Toulouse. 1446 USB Wkg Stockholm.(IB)
Jamaica 002 1750 USB wkg Jamaica 010 & Jamaica Dispatch re: Lajes wx,
010 was attempting to relay info from dispatch (KW2). CPPAC 504: 1028
USB a/c (BN-2A Islander ?) from Centrului de Perfectionare a
Personalului din Aviata Civila pp to Bucharest via Stockholm Rdo.
After pp frequency change to 13342 kHz for selcal ck PQKS. (MS)
=DIGITAL MODES=
Please note that ARQ is used for Sitor-A, FEC is used for Sitor-B, and
both of these modes are 100/170 unless noted otherwise. RTTY is used for
Baudot. This is not as a statement of correctness, but rather a space saving
measure.
23.4 DIG: German Navy Unid 100.
Normally they used 50 for years.
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Unid: 1156 UNID 200/170 encrypted text (EW)
Unid: 1201 UNID 100/170 VFT channels idling in unk mode (EW)
J: Stockholm 1930 FEC Routine. G: Cullercoats FEC Extra gale warning.
P: Netherlands CG 1948 FEC Routine. X: Spain? 1955 FEC Info for W
Mediterranean esp. E coast of Spain. (Valencia - LOGS) A: Avurnav
Brest 2000 FEC Routine. S: Niton Radio 2018 FEC Shipping forecast,
submarine and gun range info. D: La Coruna 2030 FEC Routine. G:
Cullercoats 2048 FEC Shipping forecast. O: Portpatrick 2130 FEC
Shipping forecast. K: Kerkyra Radio 2140 FEC Shipping forecast. L:
Rogaland Radio 2148 FEC Gale warning but routine I think. S: Niton
Radio FEC Extra gale warning. O: Portpatrick FEC Extra gale wrng. G:
Cullercoats FEC Extra gale warning. O: Portpatrick FEC Extra
gale warning. U: Tallinn 2220 FEC Shipping forecast. P: Haifa
Radio 2230 FEC Some fading, but a surprising amount received
intact routine. T: Oostende Radio 2248 FEC Routine. R: Reykjavik
2318 FEC Shipping forecast. J: Stockholm 2330 FEC Routine. W:
Avurnav Toulon 2340 FEC Routine. P: Netherlands CG 2348 FEC
Gale warning but routine. X:?Spain 2355 FEC As at 1955. (Vaalencia LOGS) A: Avurnav Brest 0001 FEC Shipping forecast. S: Niton Rdo 0018
FEC Routine, but not given with NITON RADIO call oddly. D: La
Coruna 0030 FEC Routine. G: Cullercoats 0048 FEC Routine (HO)
R Monsanto 0010 FEC SAR info re overdue yacht. X La Nao 2244 FEC
PAN-PAN alert. P Netherlands CG 0959 FEC SAR - EPIRB alert, fixed
wing a/c c/s PLUTO-1 proceeding. P Netherlands CG 1439 FEC Ice
warning. R Monsanto 0225 FEC MIB re overdue fishing vsl. R Monsanto
0301 FEC MIB re overdue yacht. D La Coruna 2032 FEC MIB re flare
sighted. R Monsanto 0144 FEC SAR re SARSAT alert on 121.5. R Monsanto
1900 FEC MIB re above EPIRB recovered. X La Nao 2352 FEC SAR re
EPIRB alert on 121.5. O St.Johns 0628 FEC MIB - Storm wng. UNID
Canadian 0641 FEC MIB wx. T Oostende 1506 FEC SAR Mayday relay re
collision of M/V TEOATL and tanker MS BONAFULMAR/C6CL2 - cargo
leaking. T Oostende 1603 FEC SAR wng to keep clear of above incident
TUGS en-route. G Cullercoats 1830 FEC MIB re above. wng re large
quantities of floating gasoline. R Reykjavik 0715 FEC SAR SARSAT
alert on 121.5. A Cross Corsen/Brest 2030 FEC SAR re EPIRB alert.
UNID Canadian CG 0243 FEC MIB FF language. X La Nao 2352 FEC SAR re
243MHz beacon alert. S Niton 2350 FEC MIB msg re carrier on 2182 KHz
& req to ck all xmitters. R Monsanto 2258 FEC MIB re SARSAT alert.
X La Nao 2352 FEC MIB re missing yacht. UNID Canadian CG 0222 FEC MIB
wx. X La Nao 1709 FEC SAR man overboard from MV LAL BAHADUR SHASTRI/
VVGL. O St Johns CG 0621 FEC MIB Ice warning. UNID Canadian CG 2244
FEC MIB Ice warning. P Netherlands CG 1015 FEC SAR mil a/c reported
drifting dinghy, lifeboat/helicopter en-route scene. P Netherlands CG
1735 FEC SAR civil helicopter reported upturned ship. Helicopters and
lifeboat en-route. R Reykjavik 0026 FEC MIB Ice wng. A Brest/Le
Conquet 2006 FEC MIB re France Telecom ceasing 500 KHz CW watch. X La
Nao 0353 FEC MIB test, req rpts. R Monsanto 2314 FEC MIB re overdue
yacht Andrew Doria enrt Bermuda-France. A Brest 0340 FEC SAR re
234MHz beacon alert. X La Nao 0355 FEC SAR re 121.5 EPIRB alert (KMH)
DHJ59: GNy Wilhelmshaven, 0007 RTTY 75, wkg encrypted X21E(ANDY)
Unid: 2042 QPSK 250bps UNID System, DGPS info (MC)
Unid: 2044 QPSK 250bps UNID System, DGPS info (MC)
NATO Mil,? 2046 PSK 2400bps UNID System (MC)
SAB: Goeteborg R 0024 ARQ (DG)
Unid:0212 RTTY 75/150 encrypted (RM)
FUB: FNy Brest, 0019 RTTY 75, wkg encrypted tfc(ANDY)
Unid: 0241 RTTY 75/170 encrypted (RM)
PDKP: MV CLEARWATER 1842 ARQ to PCH using Selcal 36565. (HOOD)
Unid: 1227 UNID 75/850 encrypted text (EW)
U.S. Army MARS stas rgn 7 USA 0216 FEC informal net w AAA7IA in Iowa
et al. AAR7FE: Army MARS QTH unk. USA
0235 FEC msgs to AAA7IA in
Iowa(RM)
WOM: PENNSUCO 0804 FAX 120/576 On-test freq from USN Norfolk via AT+T
WOM transmitter. Sat pix.(DW) NAA: USN Cutler ME USA 0240 FAX 120/576
wx chart (RM)
DHO26: GNy Rostock, 2258 RTTY 75, wkg encrypted G22O-Bcst (ANDY)
SAB: GOETEBORG RADIO 2322 FEC Swedish ship press then (2325)return
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to Sitor/A "ererer" string and selcals.(DW)
DHJ59: GNy Wilhelmshaven, 0019 RTTY 75, wkg encrypted
ship-shore(ANDY)
TBA: TURNy Ankara 2100 RTTY 75, wkg msgs 5lg, T12A-Bcst (ANDY)
Unid: 1227 UNID all encrypted vft group (EW)
NATO Naval Forces 2106 RTTY 75, wkg encrypted ship-shore (ANDY)
FUO: FN Toulon 0007 RTTY 75/850 (DG)
DHJ59: GNy Wilhelmshaven 0021 RTTY 75, wkg encrypted X21E (ANDY)
Unid: 2036 QPSK 250bps UNID System, DGPS info (MC)
Unid: 2035 QPSK 250bps UNID System, DGPS info (MC)
Unid: 1240 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
Unid: 1242 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
M3C5: Polish Army, Warszawa? 1853 RTTY 50, wkg id to net Q8PW,
RYs(ANDY)
FUC: unid FNy 2202 RTTY 75, wkg unid sta, svc-tfc(ANDY) (French
Navy, Cherbourg - LOGS)
FUE: FN Brest FRA 0225 RTTY 75/850 ry sg (RM)
IGJ41: IN AUGUSTA 2003 RTTY 100/850 CARB. Marker "IGJ41 /IGJ42/IGJ43
/IDR2 /IDR3 /ID8fm / de IDR8 imi hb1 qsa3/4".(DW)
MTI: RN Plymouth 1903 RTTY/VFT 75/170 (DG)
IDR8: IN ROME 2027 RTTY 75/850 CARB. Marker "IGJ41 IGJ42 IGJ43 IDR2
IDR3 IDR8fo /" (DW) IDR8: IN Rome 2350 RTTY 75/850 (DG)
SPB: SZCZECIN RADIO (SPB) 2033-34 ARQ cw Marker "de SPB" and free
idle. (DW)
CFH: CF HaliFAX NS CAN 0215 RTTY 75/850 "naws de cfh.(RM)
MGJ: RN FASLANE 2052 RTTY 75/340 CARB. Channels 02d and 08d both
busy. (DW) MGJ: RN Faslane GBR 0219 RTTY 75/332 ch availability (RM)
CFH: CF HaliFAX NS CAN 0226 RTTY 75/950 "naws de cfh zkr f1..." (RM)
Unid: 0303 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
Unid: 0302 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
UNID - NATO?: 2257 RTTY 75?/850 encrypted, msg start/end w/
YYYYYY (ANDL)
Unid: 2221 RTTY 75/850 encrypted (RM)
Unid 2345 ARQ to 0015 (Sunday-Monday) sta was idling, the only info
transmitted was the selcal BKYU and a while later one line of text:
...bateriach to ja juz mam calkiem sucho+? Can anyone identify the
language? (RC)
Unid: 0302 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
Unid: 0300 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
Unid: 0259 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
Unid: None 0905 PACTOR 200/200 weak, no synch. (RB)
Prague Meteo, CZE: 1745 RTTY 50/425 ...RYRYRY 123AB 456CD 789EF 012GH
345IJ ... 789YZ 00202 XXAXX, 1211/1750 wx fm LKPR, fr LKAA LZBB LZPE
LZPP LZZI (ANDL)
UNID - NATO?: 0038 RTTY 75?/850 encrypted (ANDL)
British Mil,? 2227 PICCOLO-12 crypto (MC)
UGC, St.Petersburg Radio, RUS: 2255 ARQ, idles, CW id: UGC (ANDL)
Unid: 0256 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
NNN0GKF: NAVMARCORMARS 2130 ARQ w/'Ships Active List' from Navy MARS
Afloat Net. (RB)
Unid: 0251 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
UNID: 2319 RTTY 75?/170 encrypted (ANDL)
UNID: Arab?? Diplo???: 2240 RTTY 50/170 not latin, mni mni words
start w/KD..., numbers send 'the other way round', end of msg w/
;;;;;AU-KGRH---SS./.;;;;VVVVV, 08.02.97, incl. some FF text, w/strong
sigs, so north african diplo ? or customs ? ANY IDEAS ?? (ANDL)
(Tunisian MOI - LOGS)
MGJ, RN Faslane, G: 1955 RTTY 75/850 w/CARB: 02AOO 04 MGJ (ANDL)
6U***: Belgian Mil,? 2256 COQUELET-13 13.3 crypto to M2. 71***:
Belgian Mil,? 2256 COQUELET-13 13.3 crypto to F7. F7***: Belgian
Mil,? 2255 COQUELET-13 13.3 crypto to M2. M2***: Belgian Mil,? 2242
COQUELET-13 13.3 crypto with opchat in FF and CW (MC)
unid, 2312 RTTY 75, wkg cont. RY, no id, good sig (ANDY)
GKY1, Stonehaven Radio, G: 1533 ARQ/CW idle, CW-id: GKY1 (ANDL)
RVZ73: ARKHANGELSK METEO 0020 RTTY 50/1000.(DG)
UNID: 1700 RTTY 75?/425 cont. same characters, sri cud't decode.
(ANDL)
DHJ51: Grengel Meteo, Germany 2226 RTTY 100/375 AAXX WX for French
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land stas compiled by LFPW (MC)
IDR, IN Rome, I: 1812 RTTY 75?/850 encrypted msg, end/start w/YYYs,
3827.0 kHz Fone-USB II/EE sx coord.-tfc: IDR wkg M8F,6NJ,Q5T,etc.,
100% same stns ! (ANDL)
UNID Meteo: 1008 RTTY 50/425 wx TTBB, fm wx-stn 12415, etc., s/off
1011 after NNNN. Found nothing in any of my lists(POL)
UNID: 1619 RTTY 50/425, 5 FGS, header: 780 122 5 1413 1736; FM xxxxx
FOR xxxxx; nxt: 788 122 5 1445 8690; FM 72702 FOR 36365; after each
50/100th 5FGS-grp: ;50; / ;100; msg-end w/ - and 1630 (=UTC time) nxt
header: 893 105 5 1500 9870; FM 72804 FOR 36365; then 105 5FGS grps
(header: Msg nr./number of grps/5 Date 5.Feb./maye time of original
msg-send/???; from xxxxx fr xxxxx) cfm-tfc: RPT, CFM, OP SEE TXT GR
114 OK?, same 'net' as on 4011 khz, header handtyped, but 5FGS not
handtyped. So maybe a "Relay" of msg received before - fm all hand
typed UNID on 4011 kHz maybe, s/off and then in CW: VVVV NIL, (ANDL)
RFFEDFC: Regtrans 28 2305 ARQ-E 72/400 (DG)
ETD3, Addis Ababa Air, ETH: 2255 RTTY 50/425 air/wx msg fr HKNAYPYX/
Nairobi (ANDL)
HGX21: Hungarian MFA, Budapest 2114 ARTRAC 125/150 Measuring channel
in 400Hz steps (MC)
UNID, Brit/NATO?: 1120 RTTY 75?/170 encrypted (ANDL)
UNID: 0211 RTTY 50/850 op chatter: QRN QRM /4/4/... INT QSA QRK /K/K/
, RYR RYR RYR ... ZDK /K/K/, DE QRU AR '''''''' (ANDL)
Russian Mil, ? 2235 MS5 12 tone vocoder (3300Hz pilot), tfc (MC)
Russian Mil, ? 2235 MS5 12 tone vocoder (3300Hz pilot), tfc (MC)
UNID, Brit/NATO ?: 1116 RTTY 75/170 encrypted, see 3861 kHz (ANDL)
UNID: 1117 RTTY 50?/850 encrypted (ANDL)
UNID: 1121 RTTY 50/425 in real time/online handtyped 5 FGS end w/ K,
header: 5 20 5 1225; then 20 5FGS (5: Nr of msg/20: number grps/5:
Date: 5.Feb/1225: Time=CET), after grp nr 50: ;50; (same 'net' on
3834 kHz) nxt: 6 20 5 1231; into 20 5FGS, nxt:7 100 5 1240; and 100
5FGS, nxt:8 20 5 1250; and 20 5FGS, cfm-tfc in between: RPT AA 30 K,
R 07 1235 QTC K, OK R AS5 K, RPT CFM K, QRV K. dx w/carrier active
all time, also CW (ANDL)
Unid: Navmarcormars Sta. rgn 1 USA 2305 RTTY 75/149 msgs to the
net. (RM)
3BZ: Plaisance Air MAU 0123 ARQ-E3 48/800 NOTAMNsPTA ct (RM)
U.S. Army MARS stas rgn 2 USA 2314 RTTY 75/184 AAR2IQ AAR2BFR &
AAR2GL chew the fat (RM)
British Mil, ? 2039 PICCOLO-12, crypto (MC)
NNN0GBG: Navmarcormar stas. rgn 1 in NJ USA 2235 ARQ msg to NNN0WNC
(RM) USN Mars 0150 Pactor 200/170 de Navy/Marine Mars,advert re "Ward
& Judy LeHardy's" trip around the world. (AD3)
DB801***: Oil Operations, Gulf 1754 ARQ MSGs in EE to Jebel Ali (MC)
WM7***: Oil Operations, Gulf 1755 ARQ MSGs in EE to Jebel Ali (MC)
DHJ59: GNy WILHELMSHAVEN 0735 RTTY 75, encrypted ship to shore net
for German warships, online encrypted (ANDY)
ICYX: MV ALTAIR 1600 ARQ DIFMAR rpt via IAR. (HOOD)
SQGN: MV BUDOWLANY 0839 ARQ eta with wheat for Tenerife from Capt
Marciniak login 43262 SQGN. (HOOD)
KIGP: SS Champion (?) 0611 ARQ
last known, was Omi Champion, w/msg
ck. (RB)
9HXI4: TH Kapitan Lusx ARH, MLT 1930 ARQ 3cyr msg to ARH (RK) UCNQ:
TKH ANDREY IVANOV 1831 ARQ wx(OBS) to UCE (vsl is ex UYDM) login
66105 UCNQ. (HOOD)
9HXI4: TKH KAPITAN LUS 0901 ARQ msg (in EE) to Sovmertrans, St
Petersburg. (HOOD) login 72062 9HXI4. (HOOD)
YLBZ: MT Dubulti RG, LVA 2140 ARQ msgs, 60651 YLBZ (RK)
3EJO9: MSC Maria Laura, PNR 1848 ARQ msg, 42964 3EJO9 (RK) UETV: TKH
SOCOFL TRADE 0905 ARQ admin fm Km Ermakov via OXZ. login 55954
UETV. (HOOD)
UTWV: M/V Ivan Pereverzev 0401 ARQ w/tlx re dropped anchor Ceuta
Roads & bunkering, login 67328 UTWV. (RB)
ELQT4: MV Major Sucharski, LBR 1833 ARQ msg, ETA Santander. UBHN:
BATM Lazurnyy KA-6127 KLD, RUS 1925 RTTY 50 3cyr msg to UIW on 4228
to Kaliningrad RUMB WESTRYBFLOT. UIAA: Trawler Obdorsk KLD, RUS
1930 RTTY 50 to UIW (RK)
UNIX: SHIP PR RUSX 1545 RTTY 3SC 50/170 tfc via Kaliningrad/UIW.
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UAVL: SHIP UNID 1545 RTTY 3SC 50/170 Calls RKLM de UAVL (DW)
V2CH: MS GraceChurch-Harp, ATG 1925 ARQ msg, 26929 V2CH (RK) LIHM:
SHIP OLE SETREMYR 1531 ARQ Short qso - "dette en test". Assume qso
with Goeteborg/SAB23 (DW)
UZMP: TH Nikolaj |ukin MRU, UKR 2144 RTTY 50 3cyr msgs to MRU, ex
UPHK (RK) UNID SHIPS 1541 ARQ Intership on single freq.
Scandanavian language (DW)
USSU: MV Kelme, UKR 1822 RTTY 50 msg to USU (RK)
Various: 0815 FEC GMDSS CHANNEL 6 dsc packets in 11 hours. No
distress (DW)
VIP: Perth Radio Australia 1120 ARQ msgs to ships (EW) LGW3:
ROGALAND RADIO 1210 ARQ cw Marker "LGB tlx" and free idle. (DW)
OXZ: LYNGBY RADIO 0841 FEC Ship press in Danish. QRM fm HEC (DW)
GYU: RN Gibralter 2301 RTTY/VFT 75/200 (DG)
UIW: Kaliningrad R., RUS 1705 RTTY 50 RYRYRYR DE UIW ANS 4201,5 (RK)
FUF: French Navy, Ft de France 0705 RTTY 75/850 w/RYRY, SGSG and
ten count. (RB) FUF: 0118 RTTY 75 baud sending test msgs. (SW3)
Unid: 0951 UNID 75/170 encrypted (EW)
SAB23: GOETEBORG RADIO 2317 FEC Swedish ship press (DW)
HWN: FN Paris FRA 0207 RTTY 75/850 ry sg (RM)
Szcecin Radio 2108 FEC Tfc list (KMH)
Unid: 0202 RTTY 75/850 encrypted (RM)
NMG: USCG Commsta New Orleans LA USA 0133 FAX 120/576 1800 UTC
Tropical Surface Analysis (in progress); 0145: 2345 UTC GOES-8 IR
Tropical Satellite Image. 0200: 2200 UTC High Seas Forecast in text
format. (RM)
MGJ: RN Faslane GBR 0220 RTTY 75/170 available ch list (RM)
UNID: 1854 RTTY 50?/850 encrypted (ANDL)
RPJ78: Tashkent Meteo 2308 FAX 60/576 wx FAXes (DG)
Russian Mil, ? 2258 MS5 12 tone vocoder (3300Hz pilot), tfc (MC)
Russian Mil? 2314 QPSK 1280bps (DG)
GFL26, Bracknell Meteo, G: 1848 RTTY 75/425 wx fm EHDB, 2347 RY CW
de GFL22/23/24/26 (ANDL) GFL26: Bracknell Meteo GBR 0153 RTTY 75/400
wx data (RM) GFL26: Bracknell Meteo GBR 0247 RTTY 75/400 wx data (RM)
ETD3: Addis Abbaba Air 2310 RTTY 50/400(DG)
Unid: 2304 RTTY 50/450 (DG)
UNID - NATO?: 2351 RTTY 75?/170 encrypted, msg start/end w/Ys(ANDL)
HZN46, Jeddah Meteo, ARS: 2353 RTTY 100/850 wx (ANDL) HZN46 Jeddah
Meteo 0124 100/764 wx data (RM)
Unid: 2045 PSK 2400bps (DG)
UNID - NATO?: 2355 RTTY 75?/170 encrypted, msg start/end w/YYYYYY,
carrier between msgs (ANDL)
DDK2, DWD Quickborn Meteo, D: 1845 RTTY 50/425 wx (ANDL)
UNID - NATO?: 2356 RTTY 75?/850 encrypted (ANDL)
UNID - SOUD?: 1830 RTTY 75/425 5 LGS, header: 11177 40034 01919 08495
02231 (ANDL)
Unid: MARS 0450 Packet 300/170 Using routing indicators NM6804 and
TX1610. (WT)
UNID - NATO?: 2357 RTTY 100?/850 encrypted (ANDL)
UNID - NATO?: 1827 RTTY 75?/850 encrypted, msg start/end w/Ys(ANDL)
UNID - NATO?: 1827 RTTY 75?/850 encrypted (ANDL)
EHM5: JECOR Albacete, Spain 0748 ARQ 100/425 (RETYVL) w/SS auto
accident report to RETZSC Guardia Civil Cadaz. (RB) RETYVL: JECOR
Huelva, Spain 0804 FEC 100/425 Guardia Civil, w/tfc to JECOR
Trnaein(?, poss garble of 2 words). (RB)
DHJ51, Grengel Military Meteo, D: 1321/1825 RTTY 100/425 wx(ANDL)
DHN37: Grengel Meteo 1756 RTTY 100/400 wx tfc (DG)
UNID - NATO?: 2359 RTTY 75?/850 encrypted (ANDL)
Centro Meteoroligico, S. Shetland Islands 0025z FAX 120/576 what
looks like a schedule. (LC)
UNID: 0000 RTTY 200?/850 encrypted (ANDL)
Unid: 0106 150/850 encrypted (RM)
LZA8, Sofia Meteo, BUL: 1824 RTTY 50/425 wx fm stns: 156xx,
157xx (ANDL) LZA8: Sofia Meteo, Bulgaria 2130 RTTY 50/400 AAXX WX for
Bulgarian land stas (MC)
Unid:0135 FAX Possible NPM at Pearl Harbor. (SW3)
RFFCCHQ: Senlis, France 1028 ARQ-E3 96/390 CENTRANS SENLIS with tfc
in FF to RFFXCFA, "TRCT", location unk (prob. Paris). RFFCCHQ also
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using identifier "FAVIERES" to head msgs. Circuit ID is "UFA" (PT)
RFFHAD: FF Nimes 2149 ARQ-E 72/350 (DG)
unid, 1359 RTTY 50, wkg handtfc, svc, and off (ANDY)
DHM44, Grengel Military Meteo, D: 1325/1821 RTTY 100/425 wx (ANDL)
DHM44: Grengel Meteo 2108 RTTY 100/400 wx tfc (DG) DHM44: Grengel
Meteo, Germany 2231 RTTY 100/425 TAF WX for German airports (MC)
DHJ51: Meteo Grengel 1059 RTTY 100, wkg id, CQ and RY
(ANDY)
SPW: WARSAW RADIO 2232 ARQ, cw Marker "de SPW qsx 6304,0 khz azim
08" and free idle. SPW, Warsaw Radio, POL: 1901 CW qsx-mkr (ANDL)
SPW: Warsaw Radio, Poland 2302 FEC tfc list (MC)
Russian Mil? 2144 QPSK 1280bps (DG)
Unid 1906 USB ARQ-E 48/170 idles. (BVR)
UNID - NATO?: 1820 RTTY 75?/850 encrypted (ANDL)
Russian Navy, ? 2303 36-50 36/250 idle (MC)
Egyptian Emb Kuwait 2140 ARQ w/5LGs to Cairo (ML2)
JYF: PETRA NX Amman, Jordan 1725 RTTY 50/400 NX in EE (MC)
RFLI: French Forces Ft de France 0910 ARQ-E3 192/381 (assumed)
idling. (RB)
CFH: CF HaliFAX NS CAN 2345 RTTY 75/850 "naws decfh..." (RM)
Unid: 1908 81-81 81/220hz no acf (BvR)
Unid: 1910 81-81 81/220hz no acf (BvR)
Unid: 1639 ARQ-E 48/158 Idling. (PT)
Russian Mil, ? 1712 MS5 12 tone vocoder (3300Hz pilot), tfc (MC)
WHU959: Maricom, Foley, Al 0745 FEC w/tfc list (this is a limited
coastal sta recently on sitor). (RB) WHU959: unid. limited coastal
sta. AL USA 0106 ARQ chitchatting w/unid. vsl. until 0123. Went to
FEC at 0125 and sent this notice.(RM)
NNN0...: Navmarcormars Sta. USA 0150 Pactor see a whole bunch of
c/s's but which one is the right one here? nnn0nde? Unid:
navmarcormars sta. USA 0044 Pactor RE: "Planning for Armed Forces Day
is underway. Ideally we need stas to broadcast from various points
around the nation..." (RM)
WOO: OCEAN GATE 2205 FAX 120/576 On-test freq from USN Norfolk via
AT+T WOO transmitter. Sat pix. (DW) Unid: USA 0250 FAX 120/576 wx
chart Might be NAA USN Cutler ME. Look like USN charts (RM) NAA: USN
Cutler 0100 FAX 120/576 sending NAM: USN Norfolk weFAX product GOES
-8 sat pic of USA 0015z NOGAPS upper air chart. No trace on 3357 but
//8080//. WOO: Ocean Gate R. FAX 120/576 sending NAM: USN Norfolk
weFAX product "010296... ECO G" sat pic 0015z NOGAPS anal. Also
//8080//9319//. (LC)
5UA: Niamey Air NGR 2130 ARQ-M2 96/400 ch A: synop wx; ch B: synop wx
@ AFTN msgs to TYE Cotonou cct NUA (ML2)
NNN0ALD Navmarcormars Sta. USA 2150 Pactor Msgs for the net (RM)
BAA9: Meteo Beijing China 1202 RTTY 50/850 ry ten count WX info(EW)
AT3TMD***: US Army MARS,? 2214 PACKET 300/200 Attempting connect to
AT3TFC (MC)
Unid: 2211 PACTOR 100/200 UNID sub-mode, tfc (MC)
Unid: 1155 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted. Also hrd at 2157 (RM)
Unid: 0238 RTTY 75/170 encrypted (RM)
Unid: 0100 RTTY 75/170 encrypted. Also at 0027 & 0112. (RM)
TYE: Contonou Aero, BEN 0000 ARQ-M2 96/368 de TYE NNNN ZCZC UNA002
150000. (AD3) TYE: Cotonou Air 2301 ARQ-M2 96/400 (DG) TYE: ASECNA
Cotonou BEN 2158 ARQ-M2 96/400 RQ sigon both ch's; 2330: idle sig on
both ch's. Also at 0055. TYE: ASECNA Cotonou BEN 0202 ARQ-M2 96/400
ch B:av wx; 0222: ch A: zczc una 018 180222 ch de tye (RM)
Unid 1921 RTTY 50 ry's. Unid 1914 Unid 50/492 492hz 1 up 2 down 3 up
4 down and so on all spikes same length. (BVR)(sounds like alternate
mark/space, reversals - LOGS)
GYU: RN Gibraltar GIB 2206 RTTY 75/250 Encrypted. GYU RN Gibraltar
GIB 0114 VFT RTTY 75/350 Encrypted. Also 5230.2 and 5230.5 kHz.
Unid: AUS? CAN? GBR? 0100 VFT RTTY 75/170 All ch's encrypted. (RM)
GYU: RN Gibraltar GIB 2212 ARQ-M2 96/250 Both ch's idle (RM)
GYU: RN Gibraltar GIB ARQ-M2 96/350 Both ch's idle (RM)
SNG204: UNID, POL 0730 RTTY 75 RYRYRY SNG-204 tape (RK)
Unid: 1920 ROU-FEC 164.48/387hz acf=16 (BvR)
Unid: 1918 UNID 200/492hz no acf (BvR) Unid: 2213 unid SYS at
200/400. Appeared to be async. (RM)
Unid 0310 Unid 110/188 Can't decode. (RB)
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Unid: 1206 UNID 150/780 encrypted cannot decode (EW)
5311.3 Unid: 2218 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
5317.7 ZUYJ: UNID East European MIL, POL? UNID 120.96/330 F1B 12-bit frame,
ITA-2 system, bit interleaved, QSX 5359.7 ('F5CR') (ANG)
5321.2 Russian Mil, ? 1828 MS5 12 tone vocoder (3300Hz pilot), tfc (MC)
5327.7 Unid 1536 ARQ-E 48 idle no tfc or id until 1708. (BVR)
5328.8 Unid: 1926 ARQ-E 48 idle (BvR)
5333.5 DJR: Jibouti Air DJI 2220 RTTY 50/425 w/AFTN msgs to ETD3 Addis Ababa
cct HVA (ML2)
5339.8 Unid: 2219 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
5341.5 RET...***: Guardia Civil, ? 1651 ARQ 100/400 weak signal (MC)
5344.3 UK Cadets 1257 ARQ mailbox system sc bmbx other stas 29d 88b 88c(BvR)
5345
RVZ73: Arkhangelsk meteo 1429 RTTY 50. 64646464,,,,,=14.28. (BVR)
(This last is "qwerty + untransliterated 3rd shift cyrillic, RYRYRYRY
NNNN Zhyachmvim - LOGS)
5353.5 Unid: 1845 81-81 81.10/250hz no acf (BvR) RETWBG: GC Gerona, E 0727
ARQ selcalling TXXX, into Sp msg to Barcelona. RETWBT: GC Tarragona,
E 2205 RTTY 50 Sp msgs RETWBH DE RETWBT (RK) Unid: 1647 81-81 81/250
tfc (MC)
5359.7 F5CR: UNID East European MIL, POL? UNID 120.96/330 F1B 12-bit frame,
ITA-2 system, bit interleaved, QSX 5317.7 ('ZUYJ'), QRM from NATO
PSK (ANG)
5361.7 Unid: 0041 ARQ-E 96/400 RQ sig. (RM) (Prob RFFXI: FF Bangui, CAF,
Logged here before - LOGS)
5367.8 UNID - NATO?: 1641 RTTY 75?/850 encrypted (ANDL) Unid: 2219 RTTY
75/850 Encrypted (RM)
5374.7 FAF Paris? 2000 ARQ-E3 200/400 (DG) Unid: 2219 ARQ-E3 200/400
Idle. Unid: 0137 ARQ-E3 200/400 Idle (RM)
5393.2 Russian Mil, ? 1829 MS5 12 tone vocoder (3300Hz pilot), tfc (MC)
5717.5 Unid: 0300 VFT 2ch Piccolo-6 ch 1 order wire-idle ch 2 encrypted(SS)
5725
unid, 0922 RTTY 50, wkg msgs, 5ng (ANDY)
5763
SOUDi sta, ? 2248 RTTY 75/500 5LGs (MC)
5773
"HDB20": Swiss MFA, Berne 1820 ARQ long msg encoded in 5-letter grps
to Swiss Emb. in Paris (HBD60). (ANE)
5775
Unid: 1208 UNID 150/780 encrypted cannot decode (EW)
5785
Unid: 1210 UNID 50/850 encrypted cannot decode (EW)
5785.3 RETA: MOD Madrid 1931 RTTY 50/200 (DG)
5808
Unid: 1944 81-81 81/246 hz no afc (BvR)
5842
Unid:2303 Unid System at 200/500. Not usual ARQ-**sys (RM)
5862.5 Unid: 1923 ARQ-E 72 Idle (BvR)
5869.5 RETWC***: Guardia Civil, Coruna 1914 ARQ 100/400 MSGs and crypto to
RETWCR. RETWCL***: Guardia Civil, Lugo 1915 ARQ 100/400 MSGs in SS
to RETXXX. RETWCO***: Guardia Civil, Oviedo 1915 ARQ 100/400 MSGs in
SS to RETWCG. RETWCR***: Guardia Civil, Orense 1913 ARQ 100/400 MSGs
in SS to RETXXX MOI Madrid (MC)
5913.5 Unid: 1211 UNID 50/850 encrypted cannot decode (EW)
6219.8 Noble Drilling Rig? 2145 ARQ sending selcall FYYX (8771) & w/broken
tfc. (RB)
6223.3 RIG Tommy Craighead 1738 ARQ msgs to Noble Drilling West Africa.(BVR)
6237.7 OHBX4: MV Marry 1912 ARQ tlx tfc to Eastern Mediterranean Athens.
(BvR) 9HBX4: UNID ship, MLT 1800 ARQ sx tfc to MARRY X, 63363 9HBX4,
msgs fm EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN ATHENS to ships MARINA M and FAIR LADY
(RK)
6248.3 Unid: 0131 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
6254.3 Unid: 0132 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
6263
ELHW3 Western Trade 1555 ARQ tfc. (AB2) MV Inka Dede 1514 ARQ tlx to
London. (PT) P3LZ5: M/V Pacificator 0636 ARQ w/berthing report. (RB)
6263.5 Unid: ARTESIA 0120 ARQ W/tlx in SS to Bilbao. Login 29045 ARTESI.(WT)
6265
7TCL: MV HASSI R'MEL 0831 ARQ eta for Skikda via 7TK Boufarik Radio
(vsl is LNG carrier). (HOOD)
6265.5 UCOZ: TKH MEKHANIK SEMAKOV 1756 ARQ wx (OBS) to UCE. UCNG: TKH
YEVGENIY ONUFRIEV 0832 ARQ admin from Km Ivanina to UCE. Vsl is ex
UTQZ. (HOOD)
6267.5 C6LL7: CSAV Rauten 0138 ARQ 22,350 DWT container vslw/AMVER/SP via
WLO, login 63150 GOLU, is ex-Kapitan L. Gouber. (RB) KLEZ: SS
Overseas Arctic 0200 ARQ 64,009 DWT U.S.-flagged tanker w/AMVER/SP
via WLO.(RB) Ship c/s OYEK2 0000 ARQ VVIV selcalling (was XVSV
intended?); 0003: wx obs (BBXX). Ship c/s OXWW2 0007 ARQ Selcalling
Pagina 222
6268.5
6269.5
6273.5
6274.5
6281
6282.5
6284
6301.5
6302
6307
6309.2
6315
6316.5
6318
6333
6336
6337.6
6337.9
6341.3
6341.5
6344.6
6348
6350
6351.3
6354.7
6358
6362.1
6386.5
6388
6454.9
6483
6496.4
6626
6631.6
6741.7
6758.8
6769
6773.7
6780
6781.7
6796.8
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XVSV (WLO Mobile R. AL USA) fol'd by wx obs (BBXX) (RM) (OYEK2 is M/V
Medallion, see 12479 log for info -LOGS)
UUQU: TKH Pioneer Arkhangelska 0548 ARQ w/raboty wx report from
master KM Khudryavtse. (RB)
ELIX2: M/V SEA WIND 0618 ARQ W/dirtlx. Wkg WLO. (WT) UBDH: MV VILLARS
0844 ARQ eta for Vigo via FFT login 51185 HBDH. (HOOD)
DUCT: M/V EURASIAN CHARM 0127 ARQ Wkg KPH w/tlx to Kawakisen,
TOKYO.(WT)
C6SX: M/V BLACK SEA 0420 ARQ W/tlx to Parwil Houston. Login 70066
C6SX. (WT)
GBPP: Union St.Argus 0540 ARQ 1,452 DWT Ro/Ro w/tlx tfc. (RB)
ELRL9: M/T BORNES 0425 ARQ Rx only. Login 24915 BORN. (WT)
Unid: ship 0015 ARQ Selcalling VFXV (Varna R. BUL)(RM)
PNA Manila PHL 0109 FEC nx abt the PHL in EE. S9 sig.(RM) PNA 1645
FEC Manila Phil nx in ee partial decode qsb. (RT2) (Not PNA, but a
Filipino-crewed ship as part of a large net w/around the world relay
of Philippine nx to other Filipino-crewed vsls from Bulcan Radio LOGS)
SDBQ: SHIP? GORTHON 1134 ARQ Tfc in Swedish via Goeteborg/SAB33 (DW).
(M/V Ingrid Gorthon -LOGS)
Unid: 0046 RTTY 50/1000 ry until 0051 (RM)
JL6:2345 FEC "de JL6" Philippine (in spite of callsign) ?NX agency
with 10 item press wire from about 2340 to 2354 UTC. Included stories
about Sarah Jane Salazar (HO) (see 6301.5 for ID - LOGS)
ZLA: Globe Radio [WEllington] NZ 0939 FEC tfc on hand list (EW)
UAT: Moskva R., RUS 1747 ARQ IDent, CW mkr DE UAT (RK)
IDR3: Italian Navy, Rome 0836 RTTY 75/850 availability msg.(ANE)
LGU2: ROGALAND RADIO 1217 ARQ cw Marker "LGB tlx" and free idle(DW).
IGJ: Italian Navy 1019 RTTY 100/850 availability msg. (ANE)
YLQ: Riga, Latvia 1517 RTTY 50/263 Tfc list, also on 6338, 6340(PT)
Unid: 1139 UNID 75/170 encrypted text (EW)
HWN: FN Houilles 1307 RTTY 150/1400 TESTING/CHATTER (DG)
HWN: FN Houilles 1305 RTTY 150/1200 TESTING/CHATTER (DG)
YLQ: RIGA RADIO 1118 3SC 50/170 3SC tfc to ship TK "Inga Sandrim
Valpiter" ? (DW)
HWN: FN Houilles 1104 RTTY 150/1000 TESTING/CHATTER (DG)
HWN: Navy Paris F 1912 RTTY 75/850 ry sg de hwn (EW) HWN: FN
Houilles 1101 RTTY 150/850 TESTING/CHATTER (DG)
Unid: 0900 RTTY 75/850 foxes/10-count/test, no ID from sta (SS)
Unid: 0500 RTTY 75/850 fox test w/no ID. (WT) Unid,0006 RTTY 75
//6797. Station xmits only foxes, no id. (AB)
HWN: FN Houilles 1057 RTTY 150/700 TESTING/CHATTER (DG)
HWN: FN Houilles 1316 RTTY 150/450 TESTING/CHATTER (DG)
HWN: FN Houilles 1657 RTTY 150/350 TESTING/CHATTER (DG)
MGJ: RN Glasgow 1311 RTTY 75/350 (DG)
USO5: IZMAIL RADIO 0825 RTTY 50/170 charter details for loading
at Tarragona to ENDA: TKH VITYA NOVITSKIY. (HOOD)
EBA: SN MADRID 1705 RTTY 75/200 NAVAREA WNGS.(DG)
Unid: 0240 100/850 Encrypted (RM)
PBB: DN den Helder 1033 RTTY 75/850 (DG)
CFH CF Meteo Cntr HaliFAX NS CAN 0236 RTTY 75/425 av wx (RM)
Unid UKR or RUS-MIL 1710 RTTY 50/1000 encrypted tfc after ZZZZZZZZ
with only letters used, no figures ! Carrier often on this freq.
with only sporadic tfc. (ANG)
FDY: FAF Orleans 1043 RTTY 50/400 (DG)
Tunis Navrad TUN 2320 ARQ Msgs/FF & 5LG msgs (RM)
UNID - NATO?: 1156/1654 RTTY 75?/850 encrypted, msg start/end w/Ys,
no carrier between each msg, regular active (ANDL)
British Mil, ? 2226 PICCOLO-12 idle (MC)
SE Algeria 2100 TT2300b 100 tfc (QSX 7773.5kHz) (MC)
ETS: Addis Ababa Air 2212 RTTY 50/850 (DG)
Egyptian MFA, Cairo 2103 ARQ idle in IRS mode (MC)
UNID: 2327 RTTY 75/850 only Foxes and 1234567890 TEST, same as
14386.7 kHz (ANDL) Unid: 0013 RTTY 75/850 "the quick brown fox jumps
over a lazy dog 1234567890 test" Methinks this is the same sta. w/the
same xmsn on 14387.8 at 1813 yesterday (RM)
Unid: 0952 RTTY 75/850 foxes/10-count/test, no ID from sta. Unid:
0922 RTTY 75/850 (DG) Unid: 0210 RTTY 75/850 fox test w/no ID. (WT)
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6803.5
6805.3
6832.1
6835
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6842.9
6850
6850.2
6862
6862.5
6875
6875.3
6876.8
6878
6885
6894
6898
6898.7
6901.5
6901.7
6912
6914
6918.5
6926
6929
6936.7
6940.5
6943.7
6963.8
6963.8
6972
6974
6976.6
6981.9
6995.5
7351
7398
7437
7456.7
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Unid: 0237 RTTY 75/850 "the quick brown fox jumps over alazy dog
1234567890 test" (RM)
WWJ85: FHWA Ames IA 2237 PACTOR accessing the SHARES BBS operated by
KGD34 NCC Arlington VA.Very strong signal. (JM)
DHM 91: German AF Muenster, D 1508 FEC-A 192/835 encrypted tfc. to
what appears to be Piacenza, interesting that 3 chan. VFT was not
used!(ANG)
Unid: 0236 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
Unid Russian Mil? 0913 QPSK 1280bps (DG)
GFL22: Bracknell Meteo GBR 0154 RTTY 75/400 Coded wx (RM)
RFTPA: FF Njamena 1950 ARQ-E3 100/404 idle acf=7 (no id) (BvR)
Unid: 0235 100/850 Encrypted (RM)
RFFEDFA: Brigafrancal Mobile Metz 1027 ARQ-E 72/400 (DG)
Romanian Embassy, ? 1554 ROU-FEC 218.3/400 crypto (bitmask=0) (MC)
UNID - SOUD?: 1543 RTTY 75/425 5 LGS, header: 11177 80061 54345
08985 07833, after cont. CW clg VNB by handkey on 6862.2 kHz (see
MISC), same stn? (ANDL)
RFFEDFC: Regtrans 28 1403 ARQ-E 72/400 (DG)
Unid: 2105 FSK 75/850 UNID System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC) Unid: 0158
RTTY 75/850 enc (RM)
Unid: 0233 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
RTQKACR - UNID NATO/Turkish Navy?: 0936 RTTY 50/850 5 LGS, end: BT,
GR230, 0201, ZNB DZ, NNNN, s/off:INT ZBO ZUE QSL K, next msg: PP
RTQKFCR RTQKHCR DE RTQKACR 0201, ..., ZNR UUUUU, P 041010B OCA
97,..., BT, 5 LGS (ANDL)
Unid: 1631 81-81 81/250 tfc (MC)
Russian Mil, ? 0234 FSK 200/500 UNID System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
Unid: 0200 RTTY 75/850 enc (RM)
Unid: 0048 ARQ-E3 192/400 RQ sig. (RM)
RFFXIC: FF Bouar CAF 0205 ARQ-E 96/400 RQ sig. onct to RFFXI
Bangui(RM)
MFA Tunis 1942 FEC (DG) IHP***: Tunisian Diplo, ? 2224 FEC 5LGs to
"LCD" in SBRS mode (MC) LCD***: Tunisian Diplo, ? 2225 FEC 5LGs to
"IHP" in SBRS mode (MC)
RFTJ: FF Dakar SEN 2348 ARQ-E3 192/400 TJI ct. RFTJ: FF Dakar SEN
0216 ARQ-E3 192/400 RQ sig. (RM)
UNID: 1522 RTTY 100?/170 encrypted (ANDL)
Unid: 1813 CROWD-36 39.99/975hz urs 40 multitone? [correct - system
is CROWD-36 Russian Diplo - LOGS] (BvR)
ECA7: Madrid Meteo ESP 0007 FAX 120/576 wx chart (RM)
Unid: 1807 UNID 125/803hz acf=33 (BvR)
UNID: 1520 RTTY 200?/170 encrypted (ANDL) Unid: 2341 ARQ-E 192/170
idle sig. Unid: 0047 ARQ-E 192/140 RQ sig. (RM)
RFLI: FF Fort de France MRT 0219 ARQ-E3 192/400 RQ sig. (RM)
British Mil, ? 0757 PICCOLO-12 short crypto then idle (MC)
Unid: 1152 81-81 81.2/240hz no acf (BvR)
RFLIGZA: 0145 ARQ-E 192/128 Control de Voie RFLIGZA. (AD3)
Unid: 2308 ARQ-E 192/170 RQ sig. Unid: 2335 ARQ-E 192/170 RQ sig.
RFLIGA: FF Kourou GUF Unid: 2344 ARQ-E 192/170 idle; 0034: zczc
gag001...de rfliga...(rest garbled). Finally an ID! RFLIGA: FF
Cayenne GUF 0002 ARQ-E 192/170 IAG ct w/"zid iga" msg to RFLIGCS.
RFLIGA FF Kourou GUF 0224 ARQ-E 192/170 RQ sig. (RM)
YOG59, ROMPRESS Bucharest, ROU: 1904 RTTY 50/425 EE nx (ANDL)
Bonn, Gemany 1344 FEC-A 96/510 PIAB with nx in GG. (PT)
Unid: 2228 FSK 250/150 UNID Fast ARQ System, ACF=150/75 (MC)
SAM: MFA Stockholm 0850 SWED-ARQ 100/400 (DG)
British Mil, ? 1558 PICCOLO-12 idle (MC)
unid, Diplo? 1059 RTTY 75, wkg RY, end item, "OK??" (ANDY)
NRR/NAU USN Roosevelt Roads/NAVCOMMSTA, San Juan, 0530 FAX 130/576
"RAFC WASHINGTON SIG WX FL 250-600 VT 0Z .... ALL HEIGHTS IN FLIGHT
LEVEL SYMBOL CB IMPLIES..." (LC01)
Unid: 0044 RTTY 75/150 encrypted (RM)
RFTJ: FF Dakar 1825 ARQ-E3 192/369 idle. RFTJ: FF Dakar 1825 ARQ-E3
192/369 idle. RFTJ: FF Dakar 0535 ARQ-E3 192 ZCZC AFL014 OO PROVENCE
DE PROVENCE 9236 0090535 ZNRUUU CONTROLE DE VOIE # 9236 NNNN. (BVR)
ZRO 2: Pretoria meteo 1855 RTTY 75 (no id) wx (BvR)
TYE: Acecna contonou 1853 ARQ-M2 96 idle (no id) acf=56 (BvR)
UNID: 1638 RTTY 100?/850 encrypted (ANDL)
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7573
7586
7593.6
7595
7603.9
7606.6
7606.7
7614
7622
7625
7639.2
7644.2
7658
7662.7
7677
7693
7705.7
7709.4
7721
7755.4
7760
7770.7
7771.4
7771.7
7771.9
7772.6
7773.5
7784.4
7808
7822.2
7825
7828.4
7831.7
7832
7834
7836.9
7841.7
7842.1
7857
7868
7896.7
7900
7909.7
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Unid 1917 RTTY 75 online encryption and ry's. (BVR)
RFVITT: FF Dzaoudzi MYT 2346 ARQ-E 96/400 idle (RM)
Unid: 0654 RTTY 75B Single Channel Encrypted. (DT2)
AOK: US Navy Rota Spain 2255 FAX 120/576 WX map(EW) AOK: USN Rota
0003 FAX 120/576 wx FAXes (DG)
SAM: MFA Stockholm 1000 SWED-ARQ 100/400 (DG)
Unid: 0645 TDM 100
There was apparent tfc shortly after intercept
started, but PK232 had not yet sync'd up. Went all channels idle
after sync.(DT2)
RFFA: MOD Paris 1918 ARQ-E3 192/363 idle. At 1935 controle de voie oo
provence de provence.(BVR)
Unid: 0845 300/150 unid system ACF=17 (SS) Unid:1918 Unid Mode
300/190 acf 17 packet like type (BVR) Unid: 2231 FSK 300/200 UNID
System, 3s bursts, ACF=17 (MC)
SNN299: MFA Warszawa, POL 0737 RTTY short DE SNN299 GA tape (RK)
SNN299: MFA Warsaw 0909 POL-ARQ 100/250 (DG)
HZN 47: Jeddah meteo 0548 RTTY 100 wx (BvR) HZN47: Meteo Jeddah 2245
RTTY 100, wkg AAXX-reports(ANDY)
GPS sta Paris 1320 FEC (DG)
Unid: 0045 ARQ-E3 100/400 RQ sig. (RM) (Possible Paris on circuit RUN
- LOGS)
YZI223: Tanjung, Belgrade, YUG 1030 RTTY 50/425 Nx EE. (ANE)
HBD54: SwissEmb Roma, I 1111 ARQ sx to HBD20 (RK)
HBD63: SwissEmb London LONDREAM, G 1122 ARQ sx to HBD20 (RK)
3BT3: MAURITIUS METEO 1830 RTTY 75 ID/RYs (freqs as 3188/7693) and
coded wx rpts. (HOOD)
RFTJ: FF Dakar SEN 0557 ARQ-E3 192/400 RQ sig. (RM)
MKK, RAF London, G: 1634 RTTY 50/170 VFT ryi/foxes (ANDL)
AAA0USA: Army MARS Ft.Lewis, Wa 0748 PACKET 300/ western MARS
gateway wkg AAA6USA, Ft. Sam Houston, Tx (central MARS gateway) w/"6
MSGS". Note 1st "A" in call sign dropped for packet protocol. (RB)
Unid: 1835 TT2300b 100 tfc (MC)
RD(?)H77: Archangelsk, Russia 14.21 RTTY 50/968N Meteo sta with
RY's, count and ID. This came out as RDH77 while I think he is
actually RGH77, "CQ" came out as "C#", so I presume he was using a
cyrillic alphabet. (PT)
Unid: GBR mil. 2333 VFT RTTY 75/170 encrypted (RM)
Unid: GBR mil. 2334 VFT RTTY 75/170 encrypted (RM)
Unid: GBR mil. 2334 VFT RTTY 75/170 encrypted (RM)
Unid: GBR mil. 2335 VFT ARQ-M2 96/170 both ch's idle (RM)
Unid: GBR mil. 2336 VFT ARQ-M2 96/170 idle on both ch's (RM)
Niger Rep? 2057 TT2300b 100 tfc (QSX 6773.7kHz)? (MC)
Unid: 0634 RTTY 75B WX tagged w/'KAWN' indicator.Sent long msg with
complete WX data for Caribbean area.(DT2)
DFZG: MFA BELGRADE 1435 RTTY 75 wkg encrypted msgs after encryption
string "ZXZXZXZXZXZXZX", wkg parallel on 9057.0, 13399.0, 14912.0,
16302.0 and 18055.0 kHz, nearly ervery day (ANDY)
RFFA: MOD Paris FRA 2328 ARQ-M2 200/400 idle on both ch (RM)
Unid: 1119 UNID 200/425 (EW)
Unid: 1847 ROU-FEC 164.5 (BvR)
5ST: ASECNA Antananarivo MDG 2324 ARQ-E3 48/400 RQ sig. (RM)
Unid: 1118 UNID 200/425 (EW)
Many Algerian MoI or MIL stas, ALG 0823 RTTY 50.08/400 bit
inversion (mask 31), encrypted tfc. and op chat in broken FF(ANG)
Unid: 1103 VFT 72/170 VFT type signal. peaks at 28-56-84 etc. has
16 small idle bits. (EW)
RFFXI: FF Bangui [xzi] 1822 ARQ-E 96. Idle no id monitored.
Unid 0553 ARQ-E 96 idle for 3/4 hrs no id or mgs. (BVR) Unid: 1840
ARQ-E 96/400 (DG) RFFXI: French Forces, Bangui, CAF 2308 ARQ-E
96/387 w/controle de voie on circuit XZI to...Favieres? (RB) RFFXI:
FF Bangui CAF 2321 ARQ-E 96/400 idle (RM)
Unid: 0553 ARQ-E 96 idle for 3/4 hrs no id or 96 mgs (BvR)
Unid: 2137 Piccolo 6 Idling. (PT)
6MK50: YONHAP, SEOUL, KOR 0757 RTTY 50/425 W/nx in EE. (WT)
RFLI: FF Fort de France Martinique 1057 ARQ-E3 96/425 idle (EW)
Unid: 1206 81-81 81/516hz no acf (BvR)
Unid:0655 ARQ sc qqqq list of landrovers (chassis no, type)(BVR)
(Ganfuda Oil Survey Team, s/c qqqq is unknown,Libya per MC - LOGS)
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7942
7946
7948
7964.2
7975
7983.7
7987
7990.5
8001.7
8012.6
8023.7
8027
8028
8028.6
8045
8049.8
8050.2
8063.2
8065
8080
8105
8112.8
8130
8133
8140
8145
8146.6
8151
8153.9
8180.3
8181
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Bonn, Germany 1420 FEC-A 96/400 PIAB with nx in GG. Not // with
6974. (PT)
MFA Oslo, NOR 0745 DUP-ARQ-2 250/850, signing off with NNNN (ANG)
Unid: 1055 UNID 200/400 (EW)
F9S: Prague, Czech.Rep. 1535 FEC-A 192/389 French embassy with
5-lg tfc to Paris. (PT)
RFVI: FF Le Port REU 2318 ARQ-E 96/400 idle (RM)
F9S: French embassy Prague, CZE 1136 FEC-A 192bd Plain text +
5LGs (AB)
Portuguese State Police 0932 ARQ 100/170 w/tfc in Portuguese.(RB)
SPW: WARSAW RADIO 1807 FEC PP ship press. SPW: WARSAW RADIO 1350 FEC
PP ship press after freq details 7975/11423.5/18648.5/20286.5/
20293.5 (DW)
Unid: 0003 ARQ-E3 48/400 RQ sig. RFTJ? (RM)(yes, probably RFTJ on
circuit TJF - LOGS)
Unid: 1054 UNID 75/800 (EW)
VHC: Australian AF Canberra Australia 2257 PICCOLO engineer channel
chat gfh de vhc (EW)
RFHJ: French Forces, Papeete 0823 ARQ-E3 96/387 w/non-protege
tfc. (RB)
Oil Operations, W.Africa 1854 ARQ 100/200 Opchat in EE followed by
selcal "HNIG" (MC)
Unid: 0020 ARQ idling & QRT 0021 (RM)
Unid: ROU diplo (Washington DC?) 2247 ROU-FEC 164.5/400 Encryption.
CW s/o at 2259 (RM)
MFA Bucharest, ROU 1121 ROU-FEC 164bd Encrypted msgs (AB)
GYU: RN Gibraltar GIB 2159 Piccolo Mark 6 50 ms tone "de gyu test
test test test test test the quick brown fox 123454321 kilo kilo
kilo". GYU: RN Gibraltar GIB 2319 Piccolo-Mk 6 idle ch QRT 0010.
GYU: RN Gibraltar GIB 2319 Piccolo-Mk 6 encrypted ch QRT 0010 (RM)
Unid: 1635 Piccolo 6 Idling. (PT)
Unid: 2022 Piccolo 1 idle ch+1 busy ch. Went QRT during tune-in (RM)
UNID - NATO?: 1356 RTTY 75?/850 encrypted (ANDL)
RFQP: FF Djibouti DJI 2300 ARQ-M2 200/400
ch A: RQ sig. QPB ct; ch
B: msg to RFFTACS QPC ct (RM)
RFFA: MOD Paris 2005 ARQ-M2 200 clr mgs on chnl A (BvR) RFFA MOD
Paris FRA ARQ-M2 200/400 both ch idle for long time (RM)
Unid: 1050 UNID 200/450 (EW)
NAA: USN Cutler ME USA 2146 FAX 120/576 wx charts (RM)
RFFX: MOD Paris 2016 ARQ-E 184.5/407 idle.(BVR)
UNID - NATO?: 1354 RTTY 75?/850 encrypted (ANDL)
UNID: 1352 RTTY 50?/170 encrypted, w/YYYYYYY in between, sounds not
like 75 Bd (ANDL)
UNID: 1350 RTTY 200?/425 encrypted (ANDL)
BMB 02/03/97 1810 FAX 120/576 Tai Pei Meteo, Taiwan,. Series of crisp
WX charts. (RO)
EIP: Aero Shannon AFTN 1053 RTTY 50, wkg TAF-wx and svc-tfc(ANDY)
EIP: Shannon Air, IRL 1118 RTTY 50 Meteo (AB)
IMB55: Rome Meteo ITA 2348 FAX 120/576 wx chart (RM)
IGJ44, IN Augusta, I: 1347 RTTY 100/850 w/CARB .../ IGJ43GO / ... /
IDR3 O / ... QRG 8151 or 8150.8 kHz ?? (ANDL) NNN0FZQ: Navmarcormars
Sta. USA 2045 Pactor 200/200 long idling fol'd by "timeout de nnn0fzq
sk" (RM) IGJ: INy Augusta 1056 RTTY 100, wkg CARB-msgs (ANDY)
GXQ: British Army, London 2030 VFT: 1ch of 50/380 Baudot, "iryiryiry
... brown fox... test de gxq" (MC)
UNID: 1346 RTTY 75?/170 encrypted (ANDL)
UNID: 1332 RTTY 50/425 5 FGS, header: 269 137 08 1320 8037; (269:Msg
Nr./137:137 FGSs/08:Date 8.Feb./1320 time?/???), after 50/100 grps:
;50; / ;100; end w/ - 1334 K (1334: UTC-time), coord. chatter is
online typed, grps fm tape, coord.: RYRYRYRYR, AS, GR 62 43294, CFM
NIL K. dx/Carrier all time active, s/off 1337 w/out any id. Same as
3834 kHz, see also 4011 kHz (ANDL)
9MR: MN JOHOR BAHARU, MLA 1615 RTTY 50/850 "9MR 5/11 RMMJ MRB MRB
RYRYRY.....JULL JULL". (WT) 9MR: Navy Johor Banaru Malaysia 1211
RTTY 50/850 rmmj mrb ry sg (EW)
SEP350: 1840 ARQ mobile construction equipment list(BVR)
UNID ship on Greek VOYAGER network, 1855 ARQ selcalling
VKXE=30313.(RK)
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8302.3 Unid: 0020 100/850 Encrypted msgs. Xmtr turned off btwn msgs (RM)
8303.5 LOR: AN Puerto Belgrano ARG 2325 RTTY 75/850 lengthy 5LG msg (RM)
LOR: Buenos Aires 0610 RTTY 75 Argentine Navy tfc(DT2)
8317
NATO Naval Force, 1148 RTTY 75, wkg encrypted ship-shore (ANDY)
8318.3 RETJ: SN Madrid ESP 0121 RTTY 100/850 "de 69osb" + foxes 10c ry&
sg. 0124: clg "67ytr" w/same test slip; 0128: "sinclas" tfc in SS to
RETHY & RETL/aldest "de retjxx"Also op msgs. QRT 0130 (RM)
8321.5 Unid: 1657 SWED-ARQ encrypted. OTA at 1706 (RM)
8327.7 Unid: 0046 FEC Goes QRT at tune-in. "AT121" 2156 FEC tlxes in Greek.
2157: to USB on 8326.0 2 OM/GK talking.(RM)
8330.3 RFVI: FF Le Port REU 0036 ARQ-E3 100/400 RQ sig. (RM)
8334.7 356: MV Nilos 1734 FEC mgs to mt Athos intership dynacom chnl (BvR)
8338.5 Unid: 2237 Clover & CW W-4100 doesn't decode Clover xmsns (RM)
8340
G1F23: mv Amber 1037 ARQ clg mpkv and tlx to Dynacom spares dep.
AT868: unid 1048 ARQ sc mpkv reqing 3 ribbon cartriges for printer.
G1F11: unid 1522 ARQ mgs to Dynacom Athens.
9HDZ4: MT Tom 1118
ARQ noon. report. 9HLA4: MV Paola 1410 ARQ "any mgs for me pls. +?".
SZHI: MV Athos G1F11 1502 ARQ noon report 37.44n 016.00e eta Augusta
8/1600. P3BS2: MV Heron 1509 ARQ at 666 mgs relaying for st090 to
mpkv. 9HHD4:MT Cloud 0744 ARQ clg mpkv (they called mpkv SN, seen
this before any clues for the name?). 9HHE4: MV Amber 1046 ARQ mgs to
Dynacom. 9HDA4: MV Oak 1048 ARQ mgs to Dynacom. 9HDA4: MT Oak 1709
clg mpkv. SZHI: MV Athos 1138 ARQ tlx to Rome via MPKV. 9HDA4: MT
Oak 1616 ARQ mgs to Dynacom. 9HDZ4: MT Tom 1635 ARQ clg mpkv
"anything for me pls?". SXZK: MV Apnoia 1643 ARQ sc mpkv qsx
8404. 9HDZ4: MT Tom 1118 ARQ noon report. 9HLA4: MV Paola 1410 ARQ
"any mgs for me pls+?". SZHI: MV Athos G1F11 1502 ARQ noon report
37.44n 016 0e eta Augusta 8/1600. P3BS2: MV Heron 1509 ARQ at 666
mgs relay-ing for st090 to mpkv. 9HHD4: MT Cloud 0744 ARQ clg mpkv
(they called mpkv SN, seen this before any clues for the name?).
9HHE4: MV Amber 1046 ARQ mgs to Dynacom. 9HDA4: MV Oak 1048 ARQ
mgs to Dynacom. 9HDA4: MT Oak 1709 ARQ clg mpkv. SZHI: MV Athos
1138 ARQ tlx to Rome via MPKV. 9HDA4: MT Oak 1616 ARQ mgs to
Dynacom. 9HDZ4: MT Tom 1635 ARQ clg mpkv "anything for me pls?".(BVR)
G1F21: MT Sun, 0910 ARQ long technical msg, 63367 SUN (RK)
8345
MV Armata 1616 ARQ 17076 sc mpkv. SXZK: MV Apnoia 1643 ARQ sc mpkv
qsx 8404. MV Armata 1616 ARQ 17076 sc mpkv (BvR)
8361.8 VOYAGER, GRC 1835 ARQ sx tfc to 00029 LOEA (RK) LAZA: ship Voyager
0107 ARQ Radio op. seems to purposely avoid the ship ch's (see
1/22 log at 12451.7 kHz). Msgs in RR w/a cargo inspection rpt in
EE (RM) MV Voyager 1147 ARQ msgs to all ships. Unid 1148 ARQ sc
tvqq. MV Loea 1509 ARQ x 00029 tlx to Voyager. MV? Voyager 1147
ARQ mgs to all ships. Unid: 1148 ARQ 100 sc tvqq. MV Loea 1509
ARQ x 00029 tlx to Voyager. (BVR) Greek Maritime Net 2148 ARQ w/
M/V Voyager sending selcall TVXK, then co msgs followed by M/V
Eiks (login 00016 EIKS). (RB)
8377
TCGA:mv Geyve 1845 ARQ tlx abt eta. Mv Nhor 1856 ARQ x ship 70147
obs sc kqqv (BVR) UQRT: TKH Ilya Ulyanov 0123 ARQ 9,323 general
cargo vsl wkg GKE, Portishead Radio after sending selcall (KQQV).
(RB) GBBZ: Baltic Eagle 0844 ARQ dirtlx to SMHI WX Routing no pos.
ZCBF2: Nol Lagano 0847 ARQ obs Portishead bbxx pos. 40.9N 028W
(quadrant 7) 9HMZ3: Mv Beluga 1007 ARQ dirtlx to MART_ Shipping
Istanbul no pos. Karteria ?? 1107 ARQ dirtlx for FAIRPORT (?) (not
sure this is correct this vsl didn't include a TO or FROM mine in the
msg) so it is poss I'm wrong (VP) UUUO: TH KAPITAN G. BAGLAY 0130
ARQ W/dirtlx. Login 67783 UUUO. (WT) 9HEX3: MV ORIENTAL LADY 1050
ARQ with ETA Port Said via GKE. login 13677 9HXE3. (HOOD)
8377.5 TCKT: MV Mentese, TUR 2030 ARQ msgs, 65775 TCKT (RK)
8379
ELOV: mt Guardian 80107 ARQ amver course: 294
destination: Mereaux
/2853N/08926W eta 22 jan (VP) ELNS4: PACIFIC STAR 0055 ARQ W/Tlx to
Inchcape. Login 24354 PSTR (WT)
8380.5 P3JW4 Georgios P. 1535 ARQ msg ck. (AB2) UDEA: MT Marshal Chuykov,
RUS 2038 ARQ msgs, arr Santa Panagia, 54988, new c/s ex UJEK. ELFS7:
MV Orange Star, LBR 2100 ARQ msg, 24818 ELFS7 (RK) J4FE: BUENA
FORTUNA 0318 ARQ Rx only. Login 16797 BFOR. (WT) 3EEA9: MV FRIO
CANADA 0742 ARQ msg to Hamburg with ETA for Ceuta. login 42939
3EEA9. N/A: MV ARISTOKLIS K 1109 ARQ eta for Algeciras login 26507
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UETV: MV Tradeness 1913 ARQ sc vfkq pos 36.35n 008.19(e?). (BVR)
Unid: Legacy 0050 ARQ W/Tlg's, login 10643 LEGACY (WT) OUHG2: MV
KATHE SIF 0922 ARQ msg to OCEANROUTES ABERDEEN via OXZ. login 85275
OUHG. (HOOD)
J8EN3: M/V Sea Trader 0014 ARQ
39,759 DWT bulk carrier w/BBXX wx
obs. (RB)
DCEH: MV Baco Liner 2 1820 ARQ OBS co/ch DAN. DCMZ: MV Baco Liner 3
1822 ARQ obs co/ch DAN. 7THK: Larbi Ben M'Hidi 1914 ARQ wkg with
VQYX Boufarik Radio very large msg (VP) LKIF3: Bow Saphir 1949 ARQ
dir tlx for ? msg in Fin or Swed. msg ended with 12345 DSC G (VP)
P3TI2 Tilemahos 1955 ARQ tfe Athens & Seattle. (AB2) SQEB: MV Huta
Zgoda, POL 2025 ARQ msg, ETA Hamburg, 43263 SEQB (RK)
JGBY Chikuzen Maru 1629 ARQ AMVER msg to NMC. D9SY Hanjin La Harve
2049 ARQ partial AMVER/PR msg. (AB2)
WRYC President Johnson 2308 ARQ AMVER msg. (AB2) C6LY4: M/V Brisbane
Star 0002 ARQ
25,254 DWT container vsl, w/AMVER/PR, ETA Los
Angeles.(RB)
SQLW Karlowicz 1530 ARQ tfc via SPA. WKWB New Horizon 2341 FEC
tfc. (AB2)
C6OD2: MV Azure America, BAH 1655 ARQ msgs, 70141 C6OD2 (RK) MV Robin
1206 ARQ pos: 26726N / 00634W the posn N must be wrong, no?wkg
QYYV Scheveningen. GREC: 1309 ARQ dirtlx for MMS name of vsl NOT
given, but in the FROm line: VDG pos: wkg QYYV Scheveningen, nl.
PHVC: Swift 1223 ARQ pos 30M WEST of Brest heading for Runcorn.wkg
Scheveningen NL. 9HPL4: MV Kibu 0935 ARQ msg for PETERTRANS/PTRSBRG
posn: 5542N 1539E wkg QYYV Scheveningen NL. ESAF: MV SOMPA 1018 ARQ
TO: AS LOIGO VLADIMIR TSOBULSKI wkg Scheveningen NL. 3FTF5: Admire
1237 wkg Scheveningen NL (VP) UDSX: TKH VERA MARYETSKAYA 1047 ARQ
admin (eta for Murmansk) via PCH login 54979 UDSX. (HOOD)
EGTR: Butron 1424 ARQ amver msg to Marimer Madrid pos 36N/2W. EAGU:
Sandra Tapias 1528 ARQ msg for Marimer Madrid pos. 28.13N/13.41W (VP)
C6FA3 Kenneth T. Derr 1742 ARQ AMVER msg. P3LR5 Mentor 2252 ARP tlx
for galley goodies selcall 29282. (AB2) 3EJW5: M/V Falknes 1635 ARQ
w/posn tlx, 3029N/07736W, ETA Nola, login 26647 FALKNE. LAUG4: M/V
Brunto 2039 ARQ
12,100 DWT bulk carrier, w/port entry msg, login
26215 BRUNTO. (RB)
EBD: SNY Cartagena, E 2022 RTTY 100 66TEE DE EBD 2/4/6 E21E RYRYRY/
SGSGSG, ZKJ2 and s/off (RK)
P3JR4 Macedonicos 2144 ARQ w/callsign. (AB2) Unid: M/V PELJSAC? 0220
ARQ W/tlx in PP. Login 13653 PELJ. (WT)
USBZ: TKH Yuta Bondarovskaya 2135 ARQ 3cyr msgs to UAT/8431.5 (RK)
TCOY Ottoman 1518 ARQ AMVER msg. (AB2)
UYVP Ivan Korobtsov 0037 ARQ tfe for Moscow, Rio, London & Hamburg
selcall 55002. (AB2)
UPXP: TK Valeriy Chkalow NWR/MMF, RUS 1711 ARQ 3cyr msgs, 55049
UPXP (RK) UWKX: TK Kapitan Ostashevskiy 1649 ARQ 67,958 DWT tanker w/
crew TG's to Novorossiysk Radio, login 54969 UWKX. (RB) UDEJ: TK
VLADIMIR KOKKINAKI 0843 ARQ crew TG and admin from Km Grishenko to
UFN (vsl is ex UPSQ). UBGR: TKH ANDREY LAVROV 1056 ARQ msg to UFN
login 54648 UBGR. UDEJ: TKH VLADIMIR KOKKINAKI 1348 ARQ admin from
Km Grishenko to UFN. (HOOD)
9VUN: M/T Nord Baltic 2041 ARQ 107,800 DWT tanker bound Puerto La
Cruz, VEN to load, login 26386 NORBAL. (RB)
MT Pearl 1908 ARQ sc xvsm ship 45322. (BVR) N/A: THORNHILL 1101 ARQ
msg to SAB login as 52256 THIL. (HOOD)
C6IO6: Club Med 1 (last known as) 2349 ARQ
1,654 DWT masted cruise
ship, w/login for msgs using 61748 C6IO6. (RB)
C4ZB Coryton 0028 ARQ tfc for Athens & London. (AB2) C6LU7: M/V
Norcape 0530 ARQ 27,268 DWT bulk carrier, w/AMVER/SP/PR, login 26628
NORCAP. SKFQ: HMS Carlskrona (M-04) 0029 ARQ
Royal Swedish Navy
minehunter/training ship wkg Goteborg Radio w/BBXX wx obs, ship is on
annual cruise to show the Swedish flag. (RB)
UCNB: TKH Pargolouo 1955 ARQ 4,540 DWT general cargo vsl wkg
Arkhangelsk Radio w/ARHTG tfc, is ex-URYH. (RB) UCNF: TKH ALEKSANDR
MIROSHNIKOV 0906 ARQ admin from Km Drokin to UCE login 54701 UCNF.
UCNP: TKH LENINGRADSKIY PARTIZAN 1021 ARQ eta for St Malo via UCE.
(vsl is ex UYBZ). (HOOD)
MV Azur 1547 ARQ ship 29415 maritex mgs abt eta Tenerife 12 jan.(BVR)
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5BJB: M/V Seaboni 2230 ARQ 51,400 DWT bulk carrier w/tlx to
Athens.(RB)
3FIR3: TR Baltiyas Cels 2210 RTTY 50/170 w/admin TG's from master
KM Akulenko. EOJF: RTMS Bagrationovsk 2233 RTTY 50/170 Rybolovnyy
Trauler Morilzhny Atlantik (RTMA) or Fishing Trawler/Freezer
Atlantic-class, w/RYRY/DE to UIW (K-grad) & w/TG from master KM
Machinpo. ITU shows c/s as UAME, but EOJF still used in RY tape.
UTTS: Unid Ukrainian-flagged vsl 0547 RTTY 50/170 w/RYRY/DE to UUI,
Odessa Rdo, no joy. No record of this call sign. (RB) USJZ: PB SERGEY
VASILISIN 1650 RTTY 50/170 admin from Km Krasnik to Murmansk SHRF
Generalnomdirektor Barentsmoreprodukt via UIW. UELX: BMRT VOLOPAS
0906 RTTY 50/170 admin and crew TGs to UIW. UTOK: TKH AKADEMIK
YEVGENIY PATON 0832 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs and admin to UUI. EOPA: TR
LAZURNYY BEREG 1025 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to UIW. (HOOD)
SQEW: M/S Eugeniusz Kwiatkowski 0020 ARQ Polish-flagged 11,812 DWT
dry-cargo vsl (Pol-America) w/long tlx in PP, login 43000 SQEW. (RB)
UAUO: NIS Akademik Sergey Vavilov 0800 RTTY 50/170 Russian-flagged
6,600 DWT Russian Academy of Sciences research vsl, w/RYRY/DE to UIW,
& into crew TG's home. (RB) UHYC: RAMIGALE (MKRTM-0617) 0856 RTTY
50/170 admin from Km Gayday to UIW. (HOOD)
3CM2003: TH Sigulda, MCO 1635 RTTY 50 3cyr msg to NWR. UNID platform
?, ROU? 1840 ARQ Ro? msg FM: P.F.M.P., engineering stuff, bad copy,
ltr another msg, containing words like PLATFORMA, ROMETE, CATRE BAZA,
PETROMAR, NAVAL, etc (RK) LYEX: TR ATLASOVO SALA 0940 RTTY 50/170
admin from Km Levinas to Russian Consul in Klaipeda abt extended
stay for vsl crew in St Petersburg. (HOOD)
5NTP: TR Sodel 1, NIG 1750 RTTY 50 3cyr msgs to Klajpeda (RK) UNHI:
TR KRISTALNYY 0900 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to UIW. ENYF: TKH DMITRIY
SHOSTAKOVICH 0855 RTTY 50/170 admin from Km Dernovoy to UUI. (HOOD)
9HGC3: TKH AITODOR 1333 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to UAT (Russian-owned
bulk carrier). (HOOD)
UAUA: Unid mv 1827 RTTY 50 ww URL (BvR) [UAUA=BATM Valeriy
Dzhaparidze, Russian-flagged large autonomous long range/endurance
trawler/freezer vsl -LOGS] (BvR) PWAN: Antares (H-40) 0006 RTTY
75/850 Brazilian Navy 1,076 DWT seismographic/survey vsl, wkg PWN33
(Natal Naval, Brazil) w/RY's shortened calls "WN DE AN INT INT",
ltr gave complete calls. (RB) 3FIR3: TR BALTIJAS CELS 0913 RTTY
50/170 admin to UIW (is ex BEREG BALTIKI). ESMG: RS RUDOLF SIRGE 0857
RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to UIW. UAZT: TR ERNST TELMAN 1821 RTTY 50/170
eta for St Petersburg w/cargo of frozen chicken from USA. (HOOD)
EOZK: MOLODAYA GVARDIA 1645 RTTY 50/170 admin from Km Bondarenko with
details of loading from F/T JUNO HARVESTER (J8LE5) for Istanbul via
URL. (HOOD)
ENHI: TKH Zarechensk KRCH/MRH, UKR 1915 RTTY 50 3cyr msgs (RK) UWZY:
PROFESSOR ANICHKOV 0900 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to UUI. (HOOD)
UNGP: MV Vlas Nichkov ARH, 1030 RTTY 50 3sc msg, ETA Constanza (RK)
UAVU: ZAVOLSK (MB-0033) 1446 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to RKLM. (HOOD)
4630: Dynacom 1510 ARQ mgs to unid mv (BvR) UGZO: TKH PRIVOLYE 1336
RTTY 50/170 admin from Km Balyberdin to Vladivostok via UAT. (HOOD)
UVDI: TKH IGARKA 1351 RTTY 50/170 admin from Km Plotkin to
UHP5. UUUT: RTMKS IVAN BURMISTROV 1812 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to
Kerch. (HOOD)
UCTW: BATM Marshal Yeremenko 0749 RTTY 50/170 Russian-flagged large
autonomous long range/endurance trawler, w/RYRY/DE to UDK2 (Murmansk
Radio) & into crew TG's home, is ex-USRV. (RB)
UFBY: IUOZAS ALEKSONIS (AA-1824) 1005 RTTY 50/170 admin from Km
Frolov and wx (OBS) msg to RKLM. (HOOD)
Unid 0000 Unid-VFT 100/170. Fades about 1700. 7ch with 300hz between
channels. BTW, this may be the same signal Eddy Waters has reported
on 12385 and 15729. This one is a puzzler. Any help? (DB) UZJP: TH
Permx ARH, RUS 1905 RTTY 50 3cyr msgs, fm Alexandria ETA Kherson (RK)
SHIP RTMS "7579 MISA" 1023 3SC 50/170 Tfc in 3sc via Riga. UPAA:
SHIP UNID 1055 3SC 50/170 Rigs and "UHS de UPAA" (calling Murmansk)
(DW). UCOJ: TKH SOVETSKIY MORYAK 0855 RTTY 50/170 msg (in EE) w/ETA
for Algiers via UCE (vsl is ex USVO). (HOOD)
Various: 0755 FEC GMDSS CHANNEL 29 dsc packets in 11 hrs includes
distress acknowledgement then relay by Lyngby of undesignated
distress at 32.58S 151.49E of ship just east of Sydney (DW)
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ZLA: Globe Radio [Wellington] NZ 0936 FEC tfc on hand list (EW)
8418.5 LGB2: ROGALAND RADIO 1220 ARQ cw Marker "LGB tlx" and free idle (DW).
8420
FFT41: ST LYS RADIO 1800 FEC Tfc list followed by Wx forecast in
FF (DW).
8421
OXZ: LYNGBY RADIO 0839 FEC Ship press in Danish. Also at 1630 (DW)
8423
SVT4: ATHENS RADIO 2125 FEC Greek ship press. (DW)
8425.5 WNU: Slidell Radio USA 1005 FEC WX report very poor signal.(EW) WNU:
SLIDELL RADIO 2157 FEC wx forecast. SVC re Perth/VIP part of Globe.
Tfc list (DW). WNU: Slidell R. LA USA 2246 ARQ tlxes to WCIP ship
Howell Lykes (RM)
8428.5 VAI: CCG Vancouver BC CAN 1950 FEC wx synopses & forecasts from NWS
Anchorage AK USA & Environment Canada.Severe CW/ARQ QRM from NMN on
8428 and EAD on 8429 kHz (RM)
8431.5 KMI: Dixon Radio USA 1131 FEC WX information (EW) UAT: Moskva R., RUS
2210 ARQ endg tfc to USBZ, into FEC tfc list (RK)
8432.5 KMI: 0626 FEC High Seas staAT&T services msg(DT2) (This is WOM here
-LOGS) WOM: Ft.Lauderdale R. FL USA 1942 FEC radiotlx & r/t freq.
lists (RM)
8435
XSQ: Guangzhou Radio China 1019 ARQ msg to ship (EW)
8451
Unid: 2335 100/170 Encrypted (RM)
8453
HWN: Navy Paris France 1910 RTTY 75/850 ry sg de hwn (EW) HWN: FN
Paris F 1939 RTTY 75/850 ry sg 10c (RM)
8454
UIW: Kaliningrad R., RUS 1500 RTTY 50 3cyr RY/CQ (RK)
8465
UEA: UNID 0605 RTTY 50/170 "wsego gb fb de UEA" Who this? (WT)
8465.3 Unid: 1941 RTTY 75/850 encrypted (RM)
8466
UIW: KALININGRAD RADIO 0824 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to UNOB: ATLANTNIRO
(STM-8391) and EOQW: TKH SOLNECHNYY BEREG. (HOOD)
8467.5 JJC: Kyodo NX, Tokyo, Japan 1720 FAX 60/576 W/excellent NXprint (if
you can read Kanji). (WT)
8478.5 FUF: FNy Fort de France 2317 RTTY 75, wkg id RG&SY
(ANDY)
8520
UUI: ODESSA RADIO 1513 RTTY 50/170 msg with computer start-up file
details to ELSI8: TKH AKERMAN. Same 1638 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to
UUOK: MED SKY (as "MED SKAJ") (vsl is ex LENINSKIY PIONER) & to
J8RK3: GLOBAL SEA (as TKH "GLOBAL SI"). (HOOD)
8538
6WW: FN, DAKAR, SEN 0558 RTTY 75/850 "Voici testing de la sta 6ww"
"Voyez le brick geant que j'examine pres du Grand Wharf". (WT)
6WW: FNy Dakar 2324 RTTY 75, wkg id RY & SG (ANDY)
8541
LYL: Klaipeda Fisheries Radiocentre 1439 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to
J8LE5: BATM JUNO HARVESTER. (HOOD)
8568
FUV: FN Djibouti 2340 RTTY 75/850 (DG)
8580
RKLM: ARKHANGELSK RADIO 1152 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to UAVU: ZAVOLSK
(vsl is ex UUBU). Same crew TG to UAVT: RYBACHIY (AB-0032). (HOOD)
8599.1 Unid: 0907 UNID 75/170 encrypted text (EW)
8612
Unid: 0924 UNID 75/170 encrypted text (EW)
8625
FUM: FN Papeete Tahiti OCE 1216 RTTY 75/828 de fum vvv - de fum vvv
-de fum vvv - ryryry... (RM) FUM: French Navy Papeete Tahiti 0844
RTTY 75/850 de fum line test (EW)
8646
FUJ: FNY Noumea, NCL 1252 RTTY 75 DE FUJ TESTING RYRYRY tape (RK)
FUJ: FN Noumea New Caledonia 0829 RTTY 75/850 de fuj line test (EW)
8677
Unid: 1236 RTTY 75/170 Encrypted (RM)
8885
UNID: 1215 RTTY 100?/425 encrypted (ANDL)
8987
Direct before: RTTY 75?/850-encrypted on 8987.8 kHz (NATO-styl w/msg
end:YYYYYYY) s/off, after end of wx-bull directly back to RTTY.
99,99% same stn !! (ANDL)
8987.8 MKL, RAF Pitreavie, G: 1158 RTTY 75?/850 encrypted, s/off w/YYYYYYYY,
directly into CW wx bull. fm MKL on 8987 kHz, after s/off of CW
directly back into RTTY. 99,9% same stn ! (ANDL)
9011.8 Unid: 1200 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
9016.7 MFA Cairo 2230 ARQ wkg Emb Pyongyang (ML2)
9030
Unid: 1150 UNID 75/850 encrypted cannot decode (EW) Unid: 1243 RTTY
75/850 Encrypted (RM)
9050.2 AOK: USN ROTA 2253 FAX 120/576 Surface pressure/wind 24H fcst (DW)
AOK: USN Rota 1821 FAX 120/576 wx FAXes (DG)
9055.3 Unid:1834 Unid Mode 300.01 492 hz acf 55 bit stream type(BVR)
9076.7 RFFA: MOD Paris 1807 ARQ-E 192 cdv (BvR) RFGW: MFA Paris 1601 FEC-A
192/400 (DG)
9079.7 RFQP: FF Jibuti 1736 ARQ-E3 100 idle (no id) (BvR)
9085
Unid: 1244 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM) Unid: 1148 UNID 75/830
Pagina 230
9090
9095
9098.4
9110
9119
9122.8
9126.7
9130
9153.5
9171.3
9179
9193
9200
9241.7
9265
9274
9286
9288.1
9294.5
9296.5
9315
9316.7
9318
9323.7
9328
9330.6
9331.6
9349
9356.4
9361.9
9371
9961.8
9970
9992
10043.7
10105.8
10130
10132
10143.7
10147
10162.5
10213
10214.7
10217.9
10218
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encrypted cannot decode (EW)
NPG: USN San Francisco CA USA 2328 FAX 120/576 wx chart. (RM) NMC:
CAMSPAC USA 1000 FAX 120/576 WX map (EW)
Unid: 1147 UNID 50/850 encrypted cannot decode (EW)
UNID: 1156 RTTY 100?/850 encrypted (ANDL)
NMF:USCG Boston 2125 FAX 120/576 NOAA logo + "US DEPARTMENT OF
COMMERCE/NOAA/NWS NATIONAL... ... BRANCH" sfc anal part 1 "FROM 01
JAN 97 VT 1800Z FCSTR: MCRANDAL (new one to me..!)" 2151z sat pic of
E. USA / W. Europe "NOAA / NESDIS..." (LC)
8WW3: Indian Emb Moscow 1615 RTTY 50 mgs to New Delhi. (BVR)
UNID - NATO?: 1155 RTTY 75?/850 encrypted (ANDL)
'ELEFANTE': ITALMIL Roma, I 0741 PSK or 1200bps FSK, encrypted tfc.
QSX 9323.7 kHz (ANG)
Unid 1542 Unid 40.5/495 81-81? (BVR) MGJ: RN Faslane GBR 2331 RTTY
75/850 ch availability (RM)
D4B: Sal Air CPV 0212 RTTY 50/250 ry (RM)
Unid 1812 ARQ sc bmuy 5fgs.(BVR)
Unid Swiss Diplo 1614 ARQ 1741 s/off with " 1741 ut ea //// 9999 +?
no msg +? $ +?". (BVR) (MFA Berne logged here in the past - LOGS)
UNID system? 1525 UNID 300/330 F1B PSEUDO+ encrypted tfc. looking at
the shift of 330 Hzthis cud be another ISR-INTEL RTTY outlet ?!(ANG)
Unid: 1144 UNID 75/850 encrypted cannot decode (EW)
Unid Egy Diplo 1834 ARQ 5 fgs.(BVR)
It Emb Moscow 1624 ARQ-E 96 5 fgs to maeroma. (BVR)
Russian Diplo, ? 1644 CROWD-36 selcal mode (MC)
Pol Diplo Bagdad/Warsaw 1550 POL-ARQ 100. 1553 s/off. (BVR)
Unid: 0138 ARQ Idling. Still idling at 0310 (RM)
British Mil, ? 1524 PICCOLO-12 crypto (MC)
RETZCP***: Guardia Civil, Las Palmas 1518 ARQ 100/400 MSGs in SS and
crypto to RETYVC Castellon (MC)
Unid: 1555 81-81 40.52/498hz (BvR)
Egyptian Emb Pyongyang KRE 2310 ARQ clg Cairo w/selcal SSTU;2315 FEC
w/req to QSY to 9016.7 (ML2)
NRK: USN Keflavik ISL 2337 FAX 120/576 wx chart: 700MB Height 700MB
Temperature (RM)
UNID ITALMIL? 0740 PSK or 1200bps FSK, IRS mode, QSX 9126.7 kHz(ANG)
XVN:1415 RTTY 50/425 NX in ee VNA Hanoi VietNam (MS4)
Rus PTT Khazakstan 1558 144/223. (BVR)
Rus ptt Khazakstan 1559 UNID 144/226hz no acf (BvR)
Unid: 1143 UNID 75/250 encrypted cannot decode (EW)
Unid: ICRC,? 1631 PACTOR 200/200 (I1) tfc (MC)
DFJ: PIAB 2058 FEC-A 86 GG nx. (BVR)
Unid 0430 RTTY 75/170 unid encrypted. (GC3)
FUJ:2205 RTTY 75/850 FN Papeete, Tahiti 6 lg/trfc parital decode
PRESUMED NOT LISTED. (RT2)
HSW: Bangkok Meteo, Thailand 1537 RTTY 50/170 AAXX WX for Thailand,
Laos etc (MC)
Unid: 1527 RTTY 75/850 RN RATT bdcst (DG) GXQ: BA London 1210 RTTY
50/850 w/foxes 1-0 RYI tape;//15750 @ 1140 (ML2)
RFTJ: 2218 ARQ-E3 192/370 "oorftj de rftj 0172212 znr uuuuu"
UNID - NATO?: 1626 RTTY 75?/850 encrypted, msg start/end w/Ys (ANDL)
NATO Naval Force, 0847 RTTY 75, wkg encrypted ship-shore (ANDY)
RBX73: Tashkent, Uzbekistan 0942 RTTY 50/1130 Tashkent Meteo with
wx. (PT) Unid: 0534 RTTY 50/820 encrypted (RM)
TNL: Brazzaville Air 2308 RTTY 50/650 (DG)
YOJ27: Rompress NX Bucharest 0912 RTTY 50/500 nx items (DG)
unid, ROMPRES? Diplo?, 1025 RTTY 50, wkg NX items by ROMPRES(ANDY)
YIL71, INA Baghdad, IRQ: 1110 (31.Jan.) RTTY 50/425 EE note that fm
1.Feb. 75 instead 50 will be used, 1332 EE nx (ANDL)
CNM29, MAP Rabat, MRC: 1115 RTTY 50/425 FF nx, 1335 EE nx (ANDL)
HZN48, Jeddah Meteo, ARS: 1507 RTTY 100/850 wx (ANDL)
MKK: RAF, London 2135 VFT: 7ch of 50/400 Baudot, "iryiryiry quick
brown fox... de mkk" (MC)
Unid: 0814 81-81 81/200 tfc (MC)
GXQ, BA London, G: 1116 RTTY 50/170 RYI/Foxes (ANDL)
Belgian MIL Evere, BEL 0000 Coquelet 13 USB, operational msgs in
radio EE (ANG)
British Mil, ? 2052 PICCOLO-12 idle (MC)
Pagina 231
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10255
10256.8
10261.5
10281.2
10299
10302
10310.6
10314
10338.5
10364
10375
10394
10418
10423
10427
10445
10446
10461.8
10467.4
10480
10484
10490.
10493.7
10507
10521.7
10540
10542.2
10551.3
10555
10557
10583
10600
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10632
10638
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10671
10688
10694
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Russian Mil, ? 0815 MS5 12 tone vocoder (3300Hz pilot), tfc (MC)
Unid: 1910 FAX transmission of satellite photo (SW3)
UNID - NATO?: 1204 RTTY 75?/850 encrypted, msg start/end w/Ys(ANDL)
British Mil, ? 0817 PICCOLO-12 idle (MC)
Unid: (prob. RFLIG) 0538 unid sys at 192/400. No sync to usual 192bd
modes (RM)
HSW62: Bangkok Meteo 1505 RTTY 50 wx. (BVR) HSW62: Bangkok Meteo 1401
RTTY 50/170 wx tfc (DG) HSW62, Bangkok Meteo, THA: 1510 RTTY 50/170
wx fm WMKK (ANDL)
Unid: 1119 UNID 50/850 encrypted cannot decode (EW)
Unid: 1834 FSK 150/844 UNID System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC) Unid:
1112 UNID 150/600 encrypted cannot decode (EW)
SNN 299: 1427 POL ARQ 100 Mfa Warsaw mgs to Lagos(BVR) SNN 299:
MFA Warsaw, POL 1110 POL-ARQ 100bd Msg to Madrid (AB)
MKK: RAF, London 1559 Piccolo-6, eng ch "muh de mkk been talking to
mua pal". MKK: RAF, London 1559 Piccolo-6, crypto tfc (MC)
RFTJDA: 0117 ARQ-E 48/791 FF Libreville, Gab presumed nothing but
betas. RFTJDA 0045 ARQ-E 48/844 FF Libreville<Gab betas only
presumed (RT2)
Unid: 1105 UNID 96/425 encrypted cannot decode (EW)
GYU: Gibraltar 1029 Piccolo 6 Royal Navy with test, count, partial
foxes and ID. Still sending at 15.20. (PT)
ETS: Asmara Air ERI 1320 RTTY 50/850 w/DE ETS RY tape (ML2)
YMA20, Ankara Meteo, TUR: 1514 RTTY 50/850 wx fm LTAY (ANDL) YMA20:
Anakra Meteo 1351 RTTY 50/850 wx tfc (DG)
YMA20: Ankara, Turkey 1154 RTTY 50/788N Ankara Meteo with RY's and
ID. (PT)
Unid: 1355 Piccolo 6 One channel encrypted, one idling. (PT) UNID ?
1756 ARQ cw Marker "NAP" and free idle. Single freq ops commenced
1800z. Poor sync, little copy, did get "Maputo" 1818z selcalls
SSBU (DW).
GYU: Gibraltar 1148 Piccolo 6 Op chat with M8TY, location unk. (PT)
Chinese Diplo, ? 1837 4+4 idle (MC)
Algerian Cust., Souk Ahras 1640 COQUELET-8 26.7 MSGs in FF to
Annaba. Algerian Customs, Annaba 1641 COQUELET-8 26.7 MSGs in FF to
Souk Ahras (MC)
V5G***: Romanian MFA, Bucharest 0815 ROU-FEC 164.5/400 idle (MC)
V5G: Romanian MFA 1445 Rou-Fec 164.5/383 with nx broadcast.(AD3)
DOR: Sofia, Bulgaria 1028 RTTY 150/488 MFA w/NX in EE.(PT)
Unid: POSS RUSSIAN MILITARY 0835 QPSK 1280/1280.(DG2) Unid: Russian
Mil? 0835 QPSK 1280bps (DG)
RFTJF 0110 ARQ-E 48/401 FF Port Bouet Cti idle presumed (RT2)
UNID RUS or UKR-system 1135 UNID 75/200 F1B 300 bit correlation
encrypted tfc. (ANG)
RFLI: FNY Fort de France, MRT 2005 ARQ-E3 192 CDV-msg on circuit
LIJ (RK)
UNID POL-MIL, POL 0802 RTTY 50/500 manually typed 5FGs (ANG)
AOK: USN Rota 0901 FAX 120/576 wx FAXes (DG)
GFL23, Bracknell Meteo, G: 1125/1517 RTTY 75/425 wx (ANDL)
AXM Melbourne Meteo, 1200 FAX 120/576. some WX-Charts, two page of
AXM and AXI transmission schedule, and a satellite WX-picture. (RO)
V5G***: Romanian MFA, Bucharest 2033 ROU-FEC 164.5/400 (Bitmask=24)
Press Review in RR (MC)
SAM: MFA Stockholm Sweden 1340 SWED-ARQ 5FGs to Swedish embassy
London (MS)
XVN37, VNA Hanoi, VTN: 1518 RTTY 50/425 EE nx (ANDL)
RFFXL: FF Naqoura, LBN 1310 ARQ-E-184 5L BBBB msg on cct XZL (RK)
Unid: 1034 UNID 100/170 (EW)
TAD83: 1515 FEC-A 144/841 Unid: Turkish embassy contacting TAD,
Ankara, with op chat and arranging later contact. (PT)
DoSC Moskva, RUS 1210 RTTY 75/500 5LGs to 'NOB' after 11177
70004. (ANG)
NATO Mil, ? 1451 PSK 2400bps UNID System (MC)
RXFNDA: Location Unid: 1250 FEC 100/930 Nato Unclas tfc in Norwegian.
Ends "NOREG" and "DE JWT". (PT)(JWT is Norwegian Navy, Strevanger,
RXFNDA seems to be a Norwegian Navy NATO ID - LOGS)
UNID KRE-DIPLO, RUS? 1248 PSK 1200bps +CW, QSX 8837 kHz, suspected
embassy in Moscow (ANG)
Pagina 232
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10749.5
10798.3
10802
10865
10873.7
10878.2
10894
10909.1
10917.7
10951.8
10956.7
10968
10968.4
10969.1
10998.8
11004
11006
11039
11043.7
11053
11063
11080
11103.5
11107
11110.5
11122.8
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Unid:1325 RTTY 50/1005 Text in unk language, also some 5FGs sent.(PT)
DHM 91: German AF Munster, D 0900 FEC-A 192/835 encrypted tfc. to
what appears to be Piacenza, interesting that 3 chan. VFT was not
used! (ANG)
Unid: E. Europe 1159 RTTY 200/416 Long transmission of press reports
from around the world. (PT)
Unid: 1334 RTTY 50/1000 5NG after s/off around 1350 some morse
tfc. (MS)
C37A: Israel intel 1557 ARQ-E 288 encrypted mgs 1600 s/off. (BVR)
RFLI: 2147 ARQ-M2 192/368 "de rfli 0172146 znr uuuuu controle de voie
nnnn". RFFIC: 2228 ARQ-E3 192/425 For me,this catch ranks in top 3
ever! The thing that makes it stand-out,for me anyway,is the length
of the trans.I logged 3 full pages of text. (AD3)
Unid: 2117 FEC-A 144/400 idle on alpha (MC)
VHC: Canberra, Australia 1332 Piccolo 6 Op. chat with GFH, Hong Kong.
This signal was S5 all afternoon and was still going strong at
1700(PT)
RFVI 0140 ARQ-E3 100/398 FF La Port Reu betas only presumed (RT2)
MFA Oslo, NOR 0752 DUP-ARQ-2 125/850 IDLE+RQ sequences (ANG)
Unid: 1452 81-81 81/120 tfc (MC)
Unid: Russian Mil? 0827 QPSK 1280bps (DG)
RFTJ 0147 ARQ-E 48/393 FF Dakar Sen rys (RT2)
Egy Emb Madrid 1453 ARQ 5fgs and atu A tfc(BVR)
RFTJF 0155 ARQ-E 47/844 FF Port Bouet Cti betas only presumed(RT2)
Unid: 0826 VFT: 2ch of Piccolo-6, eng. ch. idle (MC)
Unid: 0827 VFT: 2ch of Piccolo-6, crypto tfc (MC)
HBD70: 1029 ARQ Embassy of Switzerland Sofia Bulgaria coded msgs to
MFA Berne (MS)
USAF AWS, USA 1912 RTTY 75 SAXX.. KAWN WX for MKJS TAPA TLPL TTPP,
no carrier when idle btn msgs (RK) Unid:USAF AWS 1755 RTTY 75/850
"KAWN" wx data intermittent xmsns. Unid: USAF AWS 1253 RTTY 75/850
KAWN wx data (RM)
Unid 1422 RTTY 75, wkg handkeyed msgs, not very fast, OM/YL seems to
be a novice in typing, strange msgs, sample: WNBDJ 0KM85 NDHW9 +++++
12LMX ZANQY 01210" any idea? (ANDY)
Unid 2135 RTTY 75/850 "tqbfjoald 1234567890" repeated over & over.
Unid 1620 RTTY 75/850 I've been seeing this one for quite a while.
All it ever sends are the "Lazy Dog" & 1 -> 0 strings over & over.
Seems like I saw something about this one awhile back here on the
list.(AD3) Unid: 1203 RTTY 75/840 Foxes, count & "TEST" for hours on
end, but no ID. Finally fades away after 14.30. (PT) Unid: 1625 RTTY
75/850 "the quick brown fox jumps over a lazy dog 1234567890 test"
//14387kHz. Not on 6797kHz at this time.Unid: 1258 RTTY 75/850 "the
quick brown fox jumps over a lazy dog 1234567890 test" (RM) Unid:
UNID 1855 RTTY 75/850 FOX TEST W/NO ID. (WT) Unid: 1339 RTTY 850/75
Quick Brown Fox and counting test.(JM)
DDH: Offenbach Meteo Germany 1216 RTTY 50/425 WX for european
locations (EW)
RFTJD: 1552 ARQ-E3 192 FF Libreville idle 15.57 controle de voie(BVR)
J5W:Rabat, Morocco 1011 FEC-A 192/400 French Emb. calling P6Z with
RY's & ID. (PT)
LZU2, Sofia Meteo, BUL: 1220 RTTY 50/425 wx fm wx-stns: 155xx, 156xx,
157xx, fm LZSO AAXX-wx (ANDL)
SANA Damascus SYR 1741 RTTY 50/383 nx/AA S8 sig. (RM)
Unid: 1354 FSK 250/140 UNID ARQ System, short bursts (MC)
Unid:(Belgium??) 1114 VFT RTTY 100/170 5-lg tfc then shut down. RETWB
Barcelona, Spain 1606 ARQ 100/420 "JELO BARCELONA" with tfc in SS to
RETWBB, "JECOR BARCELONA" (selcall TWBB). Seems a strange freq. to
send short range tfc. Also strange - some tfc marked secret yet sent
in plain text. (PT)
RFLI: FF Fort de France Martinique 1131 ARQ-E3 192/425 idle
UNID - NATO?: 1227/1524 RTTY 75?/850 encrypted, msg start/end w/Ys,
s/off in between (ANDL)
DFZG: MFA Belgrade 1226 FEC-A 144/400 encrypted tfc after XYs:(DG)
DFZG: MFA Belgrade 1214 RTTY 75/400 encrypted tfc after XYs: (DG)
DFZG: MFA BELGRADE 2021 RTTY 75 wkg encrypted msgs to embassies,
online-encryption after string "SBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSB" (ANDY)
unid, DFZG?, 1050 RTTY 75, wkg ending, svc(ANDY)
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11191.8
11192.3
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11283.7
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11423.5
11428
11430
11434.5
11470
11490
11514.5
11518.2
11522
11524
11528.5
11537
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12112
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Unid 1006 RTTY 75, encrypted msgs, possibly diplo from SOFIA or
BEOGRAD, any idea? (ANDY)
Unid: 0824 RS-ARQ 240.1 tfc (MC)
Russian Mil, ? 0825 MS5 12 tone vocoder (3300Hz pilot), tfc (MC)
Unid: 1613 RTTY 75/850 encrypted (RM)
Unid: 1300 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
Egyptian Emb, Addis Ababa 1625 ARQ 5LGs to EGY Intel "47" headed "jg
kmsp kykyk" (MC)
EgyEmb Beograd, YUG 0920 ARQ selcalling TVVM=00004, then into ATU-Ar
msgs JG YDQFKM (RK)
Unid: 1042 Twinplex 100/400 Text in Scandinavian language. (PT)
SPW: WARSAW RADIO 1810 FEC PP ship press (DW)
Unid:1048 RTTY 200/503R 5-lg tfc then "nil" and shut down. (PT)
HMF55: KCNA Pyongyang Korea 0950 RTTY 50/300 ry de hmf (EW)
C37A: 1909 RTTY 100 Isr intel clg 6xm8 ry's foxes(BVR)
Warsaw, Poland 1432 POL-ARQ 100/230 MFA handling tfc for Lagos. (PT)
GYU: Gibraltar 1455 Piccolo 6 Royal Navy with 1 ch. encrypted, 1
idling and op chat on third ch. to Unid: sta. (PT)
British Mil, ? 1845 PICCOLO-12 idle (MC)
RFFA: MOD Paris FRA 1637 ARQ-M2 200/400 Sig. too weak to decode. FDX
ct mentd in 12/96 WUNlogs is that used by RFFA (RM)
RFVITT: FF Dzaoudzi 1700 ARQ-E 96/450 5fgs.(BVR)
Russian Diplo, ? 0840 CROWD-36 tfc (MC)
EGY-EMB Athens, GRC 0850 ARQ ATU-80 tfc. to Cairo (ANG) EgyEmb
Athinai, GRC 1520 ARQ Ar msg JG: KNSG---K (RK)
Unid 1457 RTTY 75, encrypted tfc, msgs in 5 LGs, ending with "QRU SK
73 +++++" (ANDY)
MFA Bonn Germany? 1330 RS-ARQ 228.4/170 cannot decode (EW)
Unid: USAF AWS 1647 FAX 120/576 wx chart (RM)
DDK8: Pinneberg Meteo DEU 1650 RTTY 50/400 wx data (RM) DDK8: Meteo
Quickorn 1057 RTTY 50, wkg AAXX-reports(ANDY) DDH: Offenbach Meteo
Germany 1224 RTTY 50/425 WX for european locations (EW)
Unid: 1652 RTTY 50/850 encrypted (RM)
NAA: USN Cutler ME USA 0033 FAX 120/576 Poor reception of wx chart.
Most likely another spur (RM)
RFTJ: Dakar Senegal 1114 ARQ-E3 192/398 5-lg tfc. (PT)
SAM: Swedish MFA, Stockholm 1356 SWED-ARQ 100/400 NX in SS. (MC)
SAM: Stockholm, Sweden 1038 SWED-ARQ 100/394 Tfc in Swedish, looks
like NX. (PT)
MKD: Akrotiri, Cyprus 1558 Piccolo 6 Op chat to MUH44. location
unk.(PT)
Unid 1444 ROU-FEC 164.5.(BVR)
YOM21: Bucharest, Romania 1106 RTTY 50/459R ROMPRESS with RY's and
ID. (PT)
Spain 1005 Twinplex 100/315 MFA with encrypted tfc to various
embassies. (PT)
NAA: USN Cutler ME USA 2008 FAX 120/576 satellite foto // 8079.5.(RM)
WOO: OCEAN GATE 1845 FAX 120/576 On-test freq from USB Norfolk via
AT+T WOO transmitter. Met charts and sat pix (DW)
GYU Gibraltar 1436 Piccolo 6 Royal Navy with test, count, partial
foxes and ID. (PT)
Unid: 0852 MS5 12 tone vocoder (3300Hz pilot), tfc (MC)
HWN: FN Paris 1714 RTTY 150 testing. (BVR)
Unid: 0531 RTTY 75/850 encrypted (RM)
Unid: 1155 UNID 100/850 encrypted cannot decode (EW)
Unid: 1614 Piccolo 6 Idling. MKK: London U.K. 1620 Piccolo 6 Op
chat with M6TS, location unk. (PT)
GYU: Gibraltar 1522 Piccolo 6 Royal Navy with test, count, RY's and
ID. (PT)
DoSC Moskva, RUS, 1338 RTTY 75/500 5LGs to 'VTX' after 11177
00052... (ANG)
YZI234: Tanjug Belgrade YUG 1705 RTTY 50/400 ry (RM)
Unid Egy Diplo 1510 ARQ ATU-A msgs. (BVR) Egyptian MFA, Cairo 1502
ARQ 5LGs and MSGs to Embassy London "dgmg" (MC)
HGX21: Budapest, Hungary 1421 DUP-ARQ 125/170 MFA with 5-lg tfc to
embassy in Tripoli, Libya (HGX62). (PT)
Unid: 1901 Unid sys at 300/850 (RM)
UNID. 1033 ARQ Tfc fm vsl or org named Voyager. Mention of Panama and
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12487
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12497.5
12503.5
12505
12505.5
12507
12512.5
12555.5
12561
12561.5
12562
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Denmark. brk Selcals TVXM then tfc Selcalls TVXK signoff g.trip N
Sea. Selcalls TVXK TVVX TVXY TVQK. Single freq ops when active (DW)
Unid: 1713 ARQ TXVV selcalling;1729: TVXQ selc 1745 TVXV selc.1746
TVXQ selc 1752 garbled msg/EE to or fm an oil rig. Initially thought
these were NLD or EGY diplo selcalls but in this case they aren't.
(RM) MV Voyager 1546 ARQ msgs to all ships. (BVR)
Unid: 1823 RTTY 75/850 encrypted. Same at 1909. (RM)
MT Palm 1239 ARQ mgs to Dynacom. (BVR)
LAZA: ship Voyager 1918 ARQ tfc in EE & RR + Selcalling TXVV TVXK &
TVXX (RM)
WCIO: SS ARCO ANCHORAGE 0022 ARQ W/tlx to AMI Long Beach. (WT)
LXCI: LPG/C Gent 1637 ARQ 26,860 DWT LPG/C tanker w/AMVER. 3FCV3: M/V
Proteo 1758 ARQ
Panamanian-flagged 88,700 DWT tanker, w/AMVER/PR,
login 42435 PROT. OYEK2: M/V Medallion 1933 ARQ 40,158 DWT dry cargo
vsl, bound Gros Cacouna, PQ, w/co tlx. (RB)
P3LZ2 Arosa 2246 ARQ msg for Ecuadorian Coast Guard. (AB2) N/A: M/V
Sunny Jane 1641 ARQ 1,666 DWT reefer w/ETA tlx, needs flag of
Venezuela on arrival, login 26525 JANE. 9HZH3: Seabee-1 1658 ARQ
51,854 DWT bulk carrier w/req for spare parts, login 63341 SBEE.
SLCI: M/V Ada Gorthon 1800 ARQ 10,565 DWT Ro/Ro vsl w/AMVER/PR, login
26370 SLCI. (RB)
PPVZ: M/V Frotasingapore 2301 ARQ 14,760 DWT dry cargo vsl, w/tlx for
ETA, login 02756 SING.(RB) T2CD: MT MULTITANK ARMENIA 1054 ARQ msg to
Cyprus via DCL. (HOOD)
URUS: M/V Boris Butoma 1907 ARQ 109,640 DWT combination tanker, w/
entry msg for Port Cartier, Canada. (RB)
UAHV: TH KAPITAN KONEV 0001 ARQ W/wx obs, bbxx. Login 55960 UAHV.
(WT)
ELBM4 Alden W. Clausen 1310 ARQ AMVER msg. (AB2)
9HSU2: M/V SEALANE II 2335 ARQ W/Tlx. Login 21981 LANE. (WT)
GTIA Ivy Bank 1738 ARQ tfc selcall 46450. (AB2) P3XT4: M/V LAN??
1820 ARQ Wkg WLO w/tlx.(WT)
UDEA: TK MARSHAL CHUYKOV 0944 ARQ admin to UFN. (vsl is ex
UJEK). (HOOD)
9MBV7 Bunga Melor 2237 ARQ AMVER msg selcall 56223. (AB2) ELSV3: M/V
RIALTO 0027 ARQ W/GMDSS sta Information. Login 636010430 RIAL.(WT)
C6OG4: MT ALKMAN 1601 ARQ admin from Capt Nakra abr diverting from
NY to Galveston. login 70151 C6OG4. (HOOD)
KGDF: SS Mormac Star 1820 ARQ 40,499 DWT tanker w/posn report, login
10747 KGDF. KNCX: SS Chelsea 1852 ARQ 41,024 DWT U.S.-flagged tanker
w/ETA Port Everglades, needs 7100 bbls bunkers. (RB)
ESOZ: ML KUIVASTU 1019 ARQ admin to Tallinn from Km Pavlov via UAT.
USBZ: TKH YUTA BONDAROVSKAYA 1030 ARQ to Murmansk via UAT. (HOOD)
3ELE9: M/V Agulhas 2036 ARQ
22,500 DWT dry cargo vsl, bound Vera
Cruz w/tlx tfc. (RB)
UVYH: TKH Sumy 1734 ARQ 23,270 DWT Ukrainian-flagged bulk carrier
(Azov) w/crew TG's to Mariupol. (RB) UTXB: TKH DONTSK 0824 ARQ QTH
to USU. (HOOD) URGA: TKH TUSHINO 0829 ARQ msg (in EE) via USU (with
pulpwood from Klaipeda to Monfalkone). (HOOD)
ENHY: TKH TIMOFEYEVSK 0846 RTTY 50/170 admin from Km Podkovyrkin to
URL. (HOOD)
UBAU: MA-1808 Alexksandr Mironenko MRM/KRH, RUS 1035 RTTY 50 3sc
msgs (RK)
UEMP: RTMS Malta (RTMS-7563) 1650 RTTY 50/170 Russian-flagged Super
Fishing Trawler/Super Freezer (Rybolovnyy Trauler Morilzhnyy -RTMS)
wkg K-Grad w/raboty (wx) info. P3NU6: TR Proliv Diany 1800 RTTY
50/170 11,560 DWT reefer w/RYRY/DE to UIW (K-grad) & into crew TG's
home, this is ex-URWG. (RB)
UDUR: ADMIRAL STARIKOV 0938 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to UDK2 using hull
MB-1812. (HOOD)
UBDW: RTMKS LIRA 0856 RTTY 50/170 admin from Km Kovalenko to
UIW.(HOOD)
UEXX: TKH DONSKOY 1104 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to USU. (HOOD)
9VLF: M/V Front Striver 2120 ARQ 134,999 DWT combination vsl, w/
login for msgs, login 29166 9VLF (gets 'big guy' of the month
award). (RB)
N/A: Flipper 1 1754 RTTY 50/170 w/RR crew TG's home, app is
Russian crewed at least. (RB) UPEO: YKH IVAN DERBENYEV 0933 RTTY
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50/170 crew TGs to UCE. (HOOD)
USPV: TKH Mekhanik Aniskin 1713 RTTY 50/170 Ukrainian-flagged 8,265
DWT dry cargo vsl (Azov) w/navarea info of some sort to Mariupol
Radio. (RB) UAYX: BMRT PAVEL PANIN 0928 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to UDK2
using hull MB-0013. UCUS: APATIT (MA-0819) 0925 RTTY 50/170 admin to
UDK2 (vsl is ex UZHQ). (HOOD)
UAVH: BMRT VIKTOR MIRONOV 0935 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to RKLM using
hull AB-0026. (HOOD)
UEXX: TH Donskoy, RUS 1111 RTTY 50 clg UAT and DISP msg to MRU (RK)
URZE: TKH PAVEL ANTOKOLSKIY (barge carrier) 1158 RTTY 50/170 crew
list & admin from Km Starkov to USO5 vsl bnd Beirut, Limassol and
Mersin). (HOOD)
UWUG: TR AZOV 0841 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs and admin from Km Biskup to
UGW. UCBN: TKH PIONER ESTONII 0921 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to UCE.
9HWH4: MV STAVROULA S 1130 FEC and RTTY 50/170 msg in EE in both
modes for owners STAVROULA NAVIGATION that vsl arrested Nov 5 and
that agents (UNIMAR) no longer exist. Vsl had no diesel, food or
fresh water, is a danger to navigation, anchored Piraeus roads and
had suffered serious damage after collision on Dec 22 with MV
Philippine Express. Urgently req owners action for supplies as crew
& vsl in danger. Not known to which sta msg sent by Km Kharitonov.
(HOOD)
EOZK: TR Molodaya Gvardiya 1535 RTTY 50/170 5,170 DWT reefer
(Yugreftransflot) w/1 TG via Sevastopol Radio. (RB) UAYZ: TSIMLYANSK
(MB-2419) 0930 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to UDK2. YLFP: MISA (RTMS-7579)
1019 RTTY 50/170 admin from Km Kononov to "RIGAS ZVEYNIETSIBA
PREZIDENT LORENTS" via UQK. UDYG: RTMKS ZAKHAR SOROKIN (MA-1816) 0832
RTTY 50/170 admin from Km Samokhvalov to UDK2. YLFR: BATM MILGRAVIS
1056 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to UQK. (HOOD)
UEHF Solidarnost 2228 ARQ crew tg's. (AB2)
UCBM: TKH MEKHANIK PUSTOSHNYY 1014 ARQ crew TGs to UCE vsl is ex
EKHO. UHCK: TKH KAPITAN GLAZACHEV 1018 ARQ admin to UCE. login 66103
UHCK. (HOOD)
UWEY: GENERAL RADZIYEVSKIY (MA-0063) 1256 RTTY 50/170 msg (EE) from
Km Vladykin via UDK2. (HOOD)
UBHR: BMRT SOVETSKAYA KONSTITUTIYA (AB-0034) 1100 RTTY 50/170 admin
to RKLM. (HOOD)
4630: Dynacom Athens 1247 ARQ mgs to G3F65 (BvR)
Various: 0814 FEC GMDSS CHANNEL 14 dsc packets in 10.5 hrs. No
distress (DW)
ZSC: 1710 FEC-Navigation warnings-Cape Town South Africa (MS4).
OXZ: LYNGBY RADIO 1636 FEC Danish ship press. Vri infreq sync.(DW)
LGJ4: ROGALAND RADIO 1222 ARQ cw Marker "LGB tlx" and free idle (DW)
USU: MARIUPOL RADIO 1458 ARQ to URGO: TKH CHERNIGOV. (HOOD)
KBQ: Sea Link Hawaii 0640 ARQ Wkg KLKZ M/T OMI COLUMBIA w/msg.
UGW: NOVOROSSIYSK FISHERIES RADIO 1052 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to UCEW:
BMRT NIKIFOR PAVLOV. (HOOD)
WNU: Slidell R. LA USA 2146 Clover W-4100 cannot decode Clover (RM)
NMC: USCG Point Reyes CA USA 2120 FAX 120/576 wxchart (RM) NMF: USCG
Boston MA USA 2120 FAX 120/576 wx chart (RM)
UNID RUS-MIL?, RUS? 0815 UNID 100/500 F1B burst system, with what
appears to be 12 characters per burst, ACF=162 bit
(ANG)
RNO: MOSCOW HYDROMETEO CENTRE 0953 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to URWW: NIS
MIKHAIL SOMOV. (HOOD)
RKLM: Arkhangelsk R., RUS 1305 RTTY 50 3cyr msgs to 2AA 2AB 2AG (RK)
Unid:1655 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
UDK2: MURMANSK FISHERIES RADIO 1000 RTTY 50/170 info bulletin (in RR)
with freqs as 521.5/2557.5/4260/6439.5/13050/17020/19718 then sent
freq pairings as 6439.5/6298; 4260/4198; 6393.5/6287; 12797/12438;
13050/12459; and R/T as 13149/12302; 4411/4104; 4387/4113 (these not
the usual ITU channel pairings). (HOOD)
WLO:Mobile USA 1700 Pactor 200/170 & CW Testing Pactor mode. Test
includes time/freq skeds for the hurricane & non-hurricane seasons
NBDP ARQ ship tlx & ship phone svcs & Morse Code bc's at 31 wpm.(RM)
ESP: Paernu R., EST 1002 RTTY 50 CQ DE ESP QSS 8535/13065 RYRYRY (RK)
Unid 1301 RTTY 50, wkg con. RY no ID
(ANDY)
Unid:1334 VFT RTTY 75/85 Encrypted (RM)
Unid:1336 VFT RTTY 75/85 Encrypted (RM)
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13234.8 Unid:1338 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM) Unid 1805 RTTY 75/850 I can copy
RY's at start of loop,then nothing but gibberish. (AD3)
13289
Unid: Egyptian embassy 1411 ARQ 5-LG tfc from "BOSTAN TONS" to
"KHARGIA CAIRO", then into AA text. (PT)
13352.2 Russian Mil, ? 0822 MS5 12 tone vocoder (3300Hz pilot), tfc (MC)
13360.1 DFZG***: Serbian MFA, Belgrade 1146 RTTY 75/400 crypto after MGs (MC)
13375.5 Unid: (Guardia Civil?) 2103 ARQ Idling & QRT 2208. (RM)
13386
Unid:1205 ARQ-E 96/863 5-lg tfc then off air, no op chat or ID.(PT)
13392
SOUD, (RUS) 1325 RTTY 75 11177 10042 69659 01516 04709, 5L msg (RK)
13397
Unid 1514 RTTY 75/398 unid encryption 1522 s/off without id.(BVR)
13410
Unid 1524 Unid mode 100/820. (BVR)
13414
Spain(?) 1117 Twinplex 100/400 Encryption consisting of 1 grp of
17 letters & 2 groups of 4 per line. Each msg ends "MINERISUN EXIOR"
and begins "CCCC DEMAEACMBAAMU" At end of msgs there was op chat in
SS. (PT)
13414.5 EAE: 1504 F7B1 100 Mfa Madrid 10 fgs to several Embajada. (BVR)
Spanish Embassy, Moscow 0831 TWINPLEX 100/140 5LGs to MFA Madrid
hdr "de embajada moscu". EAE220: Spanish MFA, Madrid 0830 TWINPLEX
100/140 5LGs to Embassy Moscow (MC)
13419
"6XM8" BNDVB Bonn DEU 1500 ARQ-E 288/170 Encrypted (RM)
13437
RPFN: PN Lisbon 1505 RTTY 75 clg RPTI ry's/sg's/foxes. (BVR)
13444.3 RFQP: FF Djibuti 1508 ARQ-E3 100 idle. (BVR)
13446.1 V5G***: Romanian MFA, Bucharest 0847 ROU-FEC 164.5/430 ROU-FEC,
crypto (MC)
13456
DOR***: Bulgarian MFA, Sofia 0821 ASCII-ARQ 300/500 tfc with filename
RA_001.AIN (MC)
13471.2 Russian Mil, ? 0835 MS5 12 tone vocoder (3300Hz pilot), tfc (MC)
13478
RPTI: PNY Pnt.Delgada, AZR 1500 RTTY 75 weird test tape: RPFN DE RPTI
RYRYRY/SGSGSG... FROM ALL THE BOTTLES IN THE BAR THE BEST ARE THE
FULLEST SO FAR, ZKU INT ZKZ (RK)
13480
RPTI: PN Ponta Delgado 1511 RTTY 75 clg RPFN.(BVR)
13486.9 DNK diplo? 1358 Twinplex Sig. not strong enough for W-4100 to hear &
decode (RM)
13495.9 NOR diplo? 1401 Twinplex Sig. not strong enough for W-4100 to hear &
decode (RM)
13496
DoSC Moskva, RUS 1201 UNID 40/32-tones, 5 LGs after 11177 09018 ...
(ANG) [possible Crowd-36 - LOGS]
13505
AA6USA/AT5TMI PACKET 199/300 Mars Grams (RT2)
13505.8 AAA6USA Army MARS Ft. Sam Houston San Antonio TX USA 1506 Packet
MARSgrams to AAT5TMN (Minn.) & AAT5TWI (Wis.). Was relayed from
ABM4USA ABM4USO & ABM4USS all in KOR (RM)
13513
UNID MFSK-System, G? 1325 UNID 40 6-tones F7B cud be Piccolo with
40 , Idle + short tfc sequences, unable to decode due to fixed
Baudrate on Piccolo-module (ANG)
13542
Russian Diplo, ? 0836 CROWD-36 tfc (MC)
13543.7 RFTJD: FF Libreville 1527 ARQ-E3 192 idle, no id. RFTJD: FF
Libreville 1631 ARQ-E3 192/370. (BVR)
13552
Unid: 0848 RS-ARQ 228.7/150 ALIS bursts (MC)
13572.4 RFFX:FF Versailles FRA 1406 ARQ-E 186.4/400 XXL ct. Tfc to RFFXL
Beirut LBN (RM)
13576.7 711***: Africa? 0835 PACKET 300/200 crypto. 721***: Africa? 0836
PACKET 300/200 crypto after "SUBJECT: SINGLE LINE ENCRYPTED"(MC)
13586
CNM53:MAP Rabat MRC 1542 RTTY 50/400 nx/FF (RM) CNM??: MAP Rabat
1513 RTTY 50, wkg id, harmonic? Spurious?
(ANDY)
13593.7 RFFA: MOD Paris FRA 1929 ARQ-E3 192/400 Idle. Unid:1543 ARQ-E3
192/400 Idle (RM)
13665
6VU73:Dakar,Senegal 0135 RTTY 50/665 synoptic wx (RT2) Nairobi
meteo 1631 RTTY wx. 5YD: Nairobi meteo 1600 RTTY 50 aaxx (BvR)
6VU23: Dakar Meteo 1352 RTTY 50/750 wx tfc (DG) 6VU23: Dakar
Meteo SEN 1943 RTTY 50/800 wx data (RM)
13808
Unid: 1214 UNID 200/425 encrypted cannot decode (EW)
13846.7 RFVI: FF Le Port 1516 ARQ-E3 100. 1518 utc 5fgs. (BVR) RFQP: FF
Djibouti 1322 ARQ-E3 100/425 idle. RFQP: FF Djibouti 1212 ARQ-E3
100/425 idle (EW)
13850
UNID - SOUD?: 1412 RTTY 75/425 5 LGS, header: 11177 00052 24794
02605 06153, next: 11177 00052 77353 02606 01033, end w/chatter QRU
GA, OK ASM, s/off then into CW: BK BK QSP TX. SOUD sta ? (ANDL)
13850.2 Unid: 2330 UNID 50/850 (EW)
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Pol emb Madrid 1403 POL-ARQ "qtc nr:230 gr:935 m:madryt d:97.01.
31"(BVR)
HGX55: Hungarian Embassy, Algiers 0858 ARTRAC 125/200 MSGs in HH to
MFA Budapest headed "algir" (MC)
RFFA:MOD Paris FRA 1445 ARQ-E3 192/400 IAH ct to RFTJD Libreville GAB
[HAI ct]. Non-protege & 5LG msgs (RM)
NAA: USN Cutler ME USA 2325 FAX 120/576 wx charts. Fair but readable
sig. compared to the other much stronger NAA freqs. Spur? (RM)
CLP1: MFA Havana CUB 2051 RTTY 50/486 Prensaminrex (RM)
Unid: meteo sta. 2231 RTTY 75/500 av wx. Deep fadeouts. Looked like
USAF AWS format. Spur? (RM)
RFFA: MOD Paris France 1319 ARQ-M2 200/425 idle (EW)
Unid: 2312 UNID 75/170 (EW) Unid:1648 RTTY 75/170 Encrypted (RM) Unid
2016 Unid mode 75/150. Sounds like FEC (very "singing"sound) (DW2)
Unid: 2044 110/170 Encrypted. Shuts of xmtr btwn msgs. Unid: 2133
60/150 Encryption. Unid: 1829 RTTY 75/170 Encrypted (RM)
P6Z: MFA Paris France 1142 FEC-A 192/425 circulars to various
locations. in FF (EW)
MFA Berne 1555 ARQ 5 fgs(BVR) SUI Emb. Havana CUB 1433 ARQ 5LG msgs
to Berne (RM)
RDP, Tunisia(?) 1419 FEC 5-LG tfc then "22222zzzzzxxxxx de
rrrrddddpppp". (PT)
HDB: MFA Berne Switzerland 1250 ARQ 5lgs to Teheran (EW)
4DY Tunis 0905 FEC MFA bjr bjr qsa 555555 qru qru qrx arbc, RY's
i6v de 4dy, qsl qsl qsl votre to et qru qru et qrx qrx 0933 & 0940
UTC clg i0a. At 0946 UTC 5ltr grps marked "27851 routine. Date/time
stamps UTC. FFchat betwn grps (MS) MFA Tunis, TUN 1655 FEC wkg EC4
w/"EC4 INT RECU 04 JETR". (RB)
Pol emb Rabat 1631 POL-ARQ 100 mgs to snn(BVR)
HDB: MFA Berne Switzerland 1250 ARQ 5lgs (EW)
Unid Sui Diplo? 1527 ARQ 5fgs. (MFA Berne and Emb Ankara logged
here in the past - LOGS) HDB: MFA Berne Switzerland 1250 ARQ 5lgs.
(EW) HBD20: Swiss MFA Berne, SWZ 1657 ARQ w/5LG msgs, off w/ID. (RB)
Unid: 2243 45.45/170 Weak sig. Kept dropping out. QRT at 2246 (RM)
HDB20: MFA Berne Switzerland 1155 ARQ 5lgs (EW) HBD20: MFA Berne SUI
1426 ARQ 5LG (RM)
RFFA: MoD Paris, F 1639 ARQ-E3 200/419 idling. (RB) Unid:FF 1618
ARQ-E3 200/400 Weak sig that faded in/out. Got no ct ID but RR RFFXIA
DE RFTPA came through clearly but rest of msg partially (RM)
Indian Army, QTH ? 1210 RTTY 50/850 w/part tape of: HERE IS HQ MAIN
CORPS SEE MY RY (x 9) NOW IS THE TIME FOR ALL GOOD MEN COME TO THE
AID OF TH... (ML2)
Unid: 2249 Clover W-4100 doesn't decode Clover (RM)
Unid: 0920 FSK 100/1000 UNID System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
Egyptian Embassy,? 1215 ARQ Calling selcal "SSOU" MFA Cairo (MC)
BAF: Beijing Meteo, China 1827 RTTY 50/850 AAXX WX compiled by
"BABJ" (MC)
GFL24: BRACKNELL MET 1531 RTTY 75/400 Met tfc (DW)
Unid:1332 Unid Mode 218.19 478hz acf 20(BVR)
DoSC Moskva, RUS 1231 6-tone alerting device, then tfc. to 'DKR'
after 11177 70060 ..... (ANG) Unid: SOUD sta. 1408 RTTY 75/478 "11177
70060..."prefix into 5LG msg. QRT 1413 after s/o "ok gb sk" in midst
of another msg. (RM)
Unid: 1805 RTTY 75/850 FOX TEST NO ID. (WT)
UNID: 1353 RTTY 75/425 only Foxes and 1234567890 TEST, same as
6796.8 kHz (ANDL)
DoSC Moskva, RUS 1130 UNID 40/32-tones F7B PSEUDO# encrypted tfc.,
then switching to 12-channel PSK (also known as MS5 vocoder by some
monitors) for about 10 minutes, then back to 40 MFSK. QSX 14398
kHz (ANG) Unid (DOR?) 1839 RTTY 75/840 w/Foxes. Booming here in
West-Central Texas. Unid 1949 RTTY 75/829 w/Foxes. Down at 2155.
No callsign noted.(DW2) Unid: 2040 RTTY 75/850 Same sta. hrd last
wk w/continuous foxes sans ID. Unid: 1813 RTTY 75/850 "the quick
brown fox jumps over a lazy dog 1234567890 test" S9 sig. (RM)
UNID Russian DIPLO, MIL or INTEL 1130 UNID 40/32-tones F7B +12channel PSK system, QSX 14387 kHz, wkg DoSC Moskva, PSEUDO#
encrypted tfc. (ANG)
Unid: (prob. UN) 1437 Pactor Idling. Weak sig. QRT 1442 (RM)
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14430.7
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14455.5
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14467.3
14477.5
14480
14486
14491.7
14492
14497.7
14508
14510.5
14517
14530
14532.8
14554
14566.8
14585.7
14606.7
14617
14626.7
14639
14645.7
14651
14655
14664
14664.4
14669
14681
14705
14705.5
14709
14712
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14718.3
14720
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Russian Mil, ? 0809 FSK 200/500 UNID System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
Chinese Diplo, ? 0808 4+4 tfc (MC)
Unid: 1531 Piccolo-Mk 6 idle (RM)
Unid: 1532 Piccolo-Mk 6 idle (RM)
Unid: 1532 Piccolo-Mk 6 idle (RM)
CLP1: MFA Havana CUB 2031 RTTY 50/500 Informacionminrex CLP1: MFA
Havana CUB 2020 RTTY 50/500 Circulars. Not // 15818 kHz. The xmsns
on both freqs were the same but 14448 was delayed about 10 mins
behind 15818. (RM)
VHC: Navy Canberra Australia 0642 PICOLLO-6 de gfh ryryry engineer
msgs (EW)
Brotherhood Link 00178 1744 RTTY 75/225 w/RYRY to KRN, into 5LG's,
this sta is believed to be in Cuba. (RB)
DDH: Offenbach Meteo Germany 1220 RTTY 50/425 WX for european
locations (EW) DDH8: Pinneberg Meteo DEU 1537 RTTY 50/277 ry cq
freq. list (RM)
NATO Mil, ? 0832 PSK 2400bps UNID System (MC)
OMZ66: MFA Bratislava Slovakia 1214 RTTY 100/425 msgs in unid
language (EW)
"P6Z": MFA Paris FRA 1445 FEC-A 192/400 Brief op msgs mostly idling.
QRT 1454 Prob. "P6Z": MFA Paris FRA 1423 FEC-A 192/400 opens w BJR
(bon jour) & xmits brief op msgs. S/O 1427 w/"73's qro bye bye" (RM)
P6Z: MFA Paris France 1148 FEC-A 192/425 idle (EW)
Unid: 1228 TWINPLEX 200/400/200 too weak. not listed anywhere (EW)
P6Z: MFA Paris France 1108 ARQ6-90 200/170 5lgs to unid location(EW)
CSY Santa Maria Air AZR 1537 RTTY 50/765 av wx MCA ct (RM)
P6Z: MFA Paris France 1108 ARQ6-90 200/170 5lgs to unid location (EW)
Unid: French diplo 1750 ARQ6-90 200/400 Op. msgs. "P6Z": MFA Paris
FRA 1637 ARQ6-90 200/400 5LG (RM)
MKK: RAF London GBR 1820 Piccolo-Mk 6 Operational msgs. QRT 1830 (RM)
Unid: 1110 UNID 50/170 encrypted text (EW)
Unid: French diplo 1732 ARQ6-90 200/170 Covered by bad QRN (RM)
AFA2FK: USAF MARS sta. USA 1836 Packet Msgs to/from AGA6TR (RM)
W3S: Unid:1057 FEC-A 192/818 French embassy w/5lg tfc to RFGW. (PT)
(W3S is French Emb Islamabad, Pakistan - LOGS)
HMF46: KCNA Pyongyang 0946 RTTY 50/500 testing (DG)
RFPTC: FF N'Djamena Chad 1116 ARQ-E3 200/425 idling weakly! (EW)
RFVI: FF le Port Reunion 0253 ARQ-E3 100/425 idle (EW)
Unid: 1216 RS-ARQ 228.7/170 ALIS bursts before 241 tfc on 14618.8kHz
(MC)
RFLI: FF Fort de France Martinique 1118 ARQ-E3 192/425 idle (EW)
SNN: 1432 POL-ARQ MFA Warsaw idle 15.40 ".SNN 299 nad.
wijslij.002"(BVR)
MFA Cairo Egypt 1121 ARQ msg in AA (EW)
DoSC Moskva, RUS 0755 UNID 40/32-tones F7B 5LGs to unk embassy (ANG)
Unid: 2355 UNID 50/170 encrypted text (EW)
Unid: 2000 RTTY 50/170 encrypted. Also at 1849 & 1652. (RM)
Unid: 0817 RS-ARQ 228.7/120 RS-ARQ tfc. Unid: 0815 RS-ARQ 228.7/140
RS-ARQ ALIS bursts (MC)
Unid: 2050 FSK 50/200 UNID System, idle on reversals (MC)
Unid:1310 ROU-FEC?164.48 390hz acf 16(do not have this option)(BVR)
V5G: MFA Bucharest Romania 1133 ROU-FEC 164.6/400 circular in
Romanian (EW)
GFH: RAF Kai Tak HKG 0725 PICCOLO-6 w/svce msgs to VHC RAN
Belconnen (ML2)
VHC: Navy Canberra Australia 0713 PICOLLO-6 vhc de gfh ryryry
engineer msgs. (EW)
Unid: 0945 CROWD-36 cannot decode (EW)
Unid: 1148 CROWD-36 cannot decode (EW)
DoSC Moskva, RUS 0837 UNID 40/32-tones F7B PSEUDO# encrypted tfc. QSX
12206 kHz, wkg weak sta, daily sked, except Sunday! (ANG)
RFHI: FF Noumea New Caledonia 0250 ARQ-E3 100/425 idle (EW)
SOUD sta? 0829 RTTY 75/500 5LGs on link "11177 40078 06849 31276
01119" (MC)
Unid: 0952 UNID 75/850 encrypted text (EW)
SNN299: Polish MFA, Warsaw 1507 POL-ARQ 100/250 MSGs in PP & QTC list
for Embassy Lagos (MC)
Egyptian Emb San'a YEM 1300 ARQ w/5LGs and ATU-80 msg to Cairo (ML2)
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14801.7
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14817.5
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14840
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14855.3
14868
14876
14878
14881
14889.7
14918
14925.7
14926.7
14927.5
14959.7
14961.7
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14975
14982.5
14988
14990.7
15016.7
15021.3
15466.5
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Unid: 1132 UNID 96/425 cannot decodE (EW)
DOR Mfa Sofia Bul 1100 RTTY 75 nx(BVR)
MSF,? 0824 ARQ Calling selcal "MSFA" (MC)
Unid: 1545 Pactor Sig. too weak to decode (RM)
Unid: 1115 81-81 81/220 cannot decode unk system (EW)
V5G: MFA Bucharest Romania 0955 ROU-FEC 164.6/400 encrypted text (EW)
RFVI: FF Le Port 1442 ARQ-E3 100 idle [vii] cdv at 1443 (BvR) RFVI:
FF Saint Denis Reunion 0255 ARQ-E3 100/425 idle (EW) RFVI: FF Le Port
REU 2024 ARQ-E3 100/400 Idling. (RM)
MFA Stockholm Sweden 1105 SWED-ARQ 100/170 msgs to damascus.(EW)
SAM: MFA Stockholm 1038 SWED-ARQ 100/400 (DG)
INTERPOL Japan? 0005 ARQ all encrypted text. (EW)
ATV65:(Delhi Meteo- LOGS) 0950 RTTY 50/170 RY's CQ DE DEMS VVD54
4060KHZ 1430-0230 VVD56 6978 KHZ 0230-1430 ATV65 14837KHZ 0230-1430
ATP57 7400KHZ 1430-0230 RY's then synop wx. Delhi Meteo 0950 RTTY
50/170 RY's then sked for meteo. Then into synop wx. cked 19400
shortly after: was txing synop wx but with different msg sequence
number than 14838. (ML2)
HGX41: Damascus, Syria 1336 DUP-ARQ 125/170 Hungarian embassy with
what kook like press quotes to HGX21, Budapest. (PT) HGX56: Hungarian
Emb Cairo Egypt 1136 DUP-ARQ 125/170 msg to Budapest in uniden
lang (EW)
Prob. ATV65 Delhi, India 1157 FAX 120/576 Wx chart for S.Asia,very
poor rx. (PT)
DOR: MFA Sofia 1030 RTTY 150/500 diplo/nx tfc (DG)
Unid: 0948 UNID 50/170 encrypted text (EW)
Romanian Embassy,? 0811 ROU-FEC 164.5/400 (Bitmask=24) MSG in RR to
MFA Bucharest (MC)
AAA0USA Army MARS USA 1730 Packet msgs to AAA3USA (RM) AAA0USA: Army
MARS USA 1605 Packet to AAA3USA Ft.Meade MD; 1610: AAA6USA Ft. Sam
Houston San Antonio TX to AAA3USA (RM)
Unid: poss DEU diplo 1815 ALIS undecodable on W-4100 (RM)
Unid Egy Diplo 1313 ARQ ATU-A tfc.(BVR)
Unid: 0816 FSK 75/500 UNID System, sync, cont, ACF=0 (MC)
RFHJ: FF Papeete Tahiti 2255 ARQ-E3 100/425 idle (EW)
RFTJ: FF Dakar 1229 ARQ-E3 192 5fgs (BvR) RFTJ: FF Dakar Senegal 0934
ARQ-E3 192/425 idle (EW) RFTJ: FF Dakar SEN 1955 ARQ-E3 192/400 Non
protege tfc to RFTJD (RM) RFTJ: FF Dakar Sen1815 ARQE3 192/378 1 chn
Was only able to copy part of this Tx due to qsn.hofog xveodf ysfwe
ktnmw and so on very good signal when qrn lifted for a short
spell. (RT2) RFFIC: MARINE PARIS 1515 ARQ-E3 192/390 w/"FM MARINE
PARIS TO AIG2132", long admin report in FF. (RH2)
Unid: 1937 ARQ-E3 192/400 Idling. (RM)
RFTJ: FF Dakar Senegal 1015 ARQ-E3 192/425 idle (EW) RFTJ: FF Dakar
SEN 1930 ARQ-E3 192/400 Idling. (RM)
MFA Cairo Egypt 1134 ARQ msg in AA (EW)
Unid: 1540 RTTY 75/472 very brief msgs (RM)
P6Z: MFA Paris France 1151 FEC-A 192/425 idle (EW)
RBV76: Tashkent Meteo CIS 0933 FAX 120/576 WX map (EW)
Unid: 1543 Unid sys at 300/400
(RM)
UNID: PROB. EGY DIPLO 1530 ARQ idling, signed off "FDG FXAA". (RH2)
Unid: prob. EGY diplo 1442 ARQ Sig. too weak to decode (RM)
Egyptian Emb Nairobi KEN 1210 ARQ w/5LGs to Cairo (ML2)
Unid: mil. 1651 RTTY 75/850 encrypted (RM)
Indonesian Emb New Delhi 0950 ARQ w/tfc list to Jakarta (ML2)
WOM: PENNSUCO 1930 FAX 120/576 On-test freq from USN Norfolk via
AT+T WOM transmitters. Met charts (DW) NAA Cutler ME USA 1515 FAX
120/576 wx chart. (RM)
CTV: PN Monsanto POR 1418 RTTY 75/850 clg PWX33 w/fox 10c ry sg int
zbz kilo (RM)
HMF55: KCNA Pyongyang Korea 0950 RTTY 50/300 ry de hmf (EW)
Unid: (RFTJ?) 1646 ARQ-E3 200/400 Idling past 2136.8/96 WUNlogs says
RFTJ to RFQP (RM) Unid 1622 ARQ-M2 200/370 idle. (BVR)
Unid: 1457 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
Russian Mil, ? 0911 MS5 12 tone vocoder (3300Hz pilot), tfc (MC)
NRR/NAU:USAF Roosevelt Roads/NAVCOMMSTA San Juan 1636 FAX 120/576
NOAA logo + "US DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE (AVIATION BRANCH???) OBSERVED
24HR PRECIPITATION VT12Z 01 JAN 97 NO: D002???" with loadsa numbers
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and three letter WX stas scattered around US. (LC)
GYU: RN Gibraltar 0940 PICCOLO-6 w/foxes 1-0 RYs (ML2)
Unid: 1456 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
CLP1: MFA Havana CUB 2018 RTTY 50/500 Circulars (RM)
Unid: ROU diplo 1919 ROU-FEC 164.5/379 QRT 1920 while sending text in
Romanian. "V5G": MFA Bucharest ROU 1534 ROU-FEC 164.5/400 Rompres.
(RM)
MFA BONN GERMANY? 1128 RS-ARQ 228.4/170 cannot decode (EW)
N Korean MFA, Pyongyang 1435 RTTY 50/1000 NX in Korean (MC)
Unid: 2126 ALIS? Comes up every 30 secs and xmits for abt 5
secs. (RM)
RFFX: MOD Paris FRA 1805 ARQ-E 96/400 RQ sig. (RM)
RFGW: 1042 FEC-A MFA Paris 5 fgs(BVR) "P6Z": MFA Paris FRA 1549
FEC-A 192/400 5LG. (RM)
Unid: (SOUD sta.?) 1641 RTTY 50/500 Last 27 grps of a 5FG msg. S/O w/
qru qru sk sk (RM)
"P6Z": MFA Paris FRA 1617 FEC-A 192/400 idle. Still idling at 1740 &
1806. Went QRT before 1852 (RM)
Unid: 1424 ARQ 5LG msg w line nmbrs (022 023 024...) at beginning of
each line. Ends 1430 w/NNNN. Returns briefly at 1439 w/XVVF
selcalling (RM)
EAE: 1030 TWINPLEX F7B1 MFA Madrid ? SS mgs sc tqqv(BVR) EAE220:
Spanish MFA, Madrid, E 1654 TWINPLEX w/encrypted tfc.(RB) EAE220: MFA
Madrid ESP 1800 Twinplex YYBB BYBY Idling & QRT 1805. EAE220: MFA
Madrid ESP 1436 Twinplex YYBB BYBY Enc & plaintext msgs to many embs.
ESP Emb. Managua NIC 1545 Twinplex YYBB BYBY 10LGin 5 cols across to
EAE220 MFA Madrid ESP; 1644: EAE220 w/tlx to MEX Emb.; 1713: EAE220
w/10LG & msg to SLV Emb.; 1758 EAE220 w/10LG to VEN Emb. (RM)
NAA: USN Cutler ME USA 2043 FAX 120/576 wx chart(RM)
RFLI: FF Fort de France 1615 ARQ-E3 192. (BVR) RFLI: FF FORT DE
FRANCE 1234 ARQ-E3 192/385 w/CONTROLE DE VOIE. (RH2) RFLI: FF Fort de
France MRT 1617 ARQ-E3 192/400 RQ sig. (RM)
Unid: 1544 RTTY 50/850 encrypted (RM)
Cairo, Egypt(?) 1148 ARQ-S 96/158 Prob. Indonesian embassy with tfc
in Indonesian, mentions Cairo. (PT)
Indonesian Embassy,? 2103 ARQ-S 96/140 weak signal (MC)
IAR Rome, Italy 0935 ARQ Idling with CW ID. (PT)
DOR: MFA SOFIA 1509 RTTY 75 wkg encrypted msgs in five LGs, later in
5Fgs ending with "QRU QRU SK SK SK +" (ANDY)
Unid: USCG 1335 FAX 120/576 wx chart Next chart at 1345 had
indication it was from the NOAA. Chart at 1400 was wxcast in text
format. It was the same found running at same time on 4317.9 8504 and
12790 kHz all freqs of NMG USCG New Orleans LA. NMG's sig. was strong
on all (17148 was not in use) while the one here was puny. cud this
be a spur? (RM)
PRC(?), loc. Unid: 1126 RTTY 75/503 Sends "PRC PSE ZAL 14810" then
into 5-lg tfc. PRC(?), Location Unid:1117 RTTY 75/845 Trying to set
up link w/Unid: sta. Suggests repeated freq. changes, to 12156,
10242, 10248,20360 and finally 18043 kHz. I cudn't hear other sta on
any of them. (PT)
Unid: 1331 RS-ARQ 228.7/170 reported as MFA Bonn DEU. Also hrd at
1421. Not decodeable w/W-4100 (RM)
CLP1: MFA Havana CUB 1830 RTTY 50/500 Ongoing anti-ee.uu.
sentiments. CLP1: MFA Havana CUB 1823 RTTY 50/416 prensaminrex.
CLP1: MFA Havana CUB 1900 RTTY 50/500 Prensaminrex (RM)
CLP1: MFA Havana CUB 1831 RTTY 50/478 Economicos y comerciales
puffery (RM)
Unid:1240 Unid Mode 228.57 185hz acf 110 burst type like sitor A
sounded a little different, who can help?(BVR) (See next log - LOGS)
Unid: 0810 RS-ARQ 228.7/150 tfc (MC)
UNID: 1227 unid mode 96/826 HELP! Can anyWUN solve this one
please?(RH2)
Unid: 0815 CROWD-36 cannot decode (EW)
ANSA NX, Rome 1219 RTTY 50/220 "qrq qrq qrq de irj/21 12108..." & NX
in EE and II (MC) IRO30: ANSA Rome ITA 1607 RTTY 50/170 nx/FF (RM)
WCC: Chatham R. MA USA 2243 FEC CQ + dialup info how to get a free
brochure etc. Very strong spurious xmsn (RM)
RFVI: Le Port, Reunion Island 1700 ARQ-E3 100/384 (assumed)
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idling. (RB)
Unid: SUI diplo 1553 ARQ end of xmsn (RM)
Unid: SUI diplo 1510 ARQ 5LG (RM)
Norway(?) 1404 ARQ Tfc in NN either to or from Ankara Emb. (PT)
Unid: 2237 RTTY 75/425 enc (RM)
SAM MFA Stockholm SWE 1500 5LG to Lima PRU. SAM MFA Stockholm SWE
1611 SWED-ARQ tfc to SAM84 Washington DC; & SAM92 Managua. SAM92 SWE
Emb. Managua NIC 1556 SWED-ARQ tfc to Stockholm. Unid: SWE diplo 1806
SWED-ARQ SEIRSEIRSEIR... (RM)
Unid: POL diplo 1500 POL-ARQ RQ sig. To CW for s/o at 1510 (RM)
HBD28: SUI Emb. QTH unk. SUI diplo 1541 ARQ RQ sig. until 1556 then
a date/time stamp + "no msg" + idthen QRT (RM)
UNID RUS-DIPLO, RUS?, 0940 RTTY 75/500, 5LGs after 11177 40078(ANG)
RFQP: FF Djibouti DJI 1341 ARQ-M2 200/400 ch A:QPB ct tfc; ch B: QPC
ct tfc (RM)
DIPL***: French MFA, Paris 0812 ARQ6-90 200/400 5LGs to Antananarivo
on cct [XTNR] (MC)
KVM70: Honolulu Meteo HI USA 1904 FAX 120/576 wx chart (RM)
Unid: 1041 UNID 333.6/170 sounds like hc-ARQ and packet. no idea who
this is. (EW)
Unid: 1036 CROWD-36 cannot decode (EW)
Unid:2305 RTTY 75/850 The quick brown fox jumps over a lazy dog
1234567890987654321 test (RM)
Russian Diplo, ? 0813 CROWD-36 tfc (MC)
Unid: 1049 CROWD-36 cannot decode (EW) Russian Diplo, ? 0823 CROWD-36
tfc (MC)
RFFA: MOD Paris FRA 1602 ARQ-M2 200/400 too weak to decode. RFFA: MOD
Paris FRA 1605 ARQ-M2 200/400 both ch w/RQ sig. Ct to DJI. (Note: MOD
not MFA [RFGW]. This is mil.ch not diplo one) (RM)
Unid: 2218 RTTY 110/125 Special Baudot or ASCII? Not decodeable (RM)
SOUD sta. JMS 2230 RTTY 75/500 JMS JMS JMS 1/203 + ry's. Preamble to
5LG msg is 11166 00127 99133 07040 02039 QRU QRU SK SK at 2234 (RM)
OLZ88: Beirut(?) 1203 RTTY 100/420N Czech. Embassy(?) calling OLZ87
then sending text originating with Beirut embassy. (PT) OLZ88: 1200
RTTY 100/425- unid sta sending "POLITICKA INFORMACE " (MS4)
Unid:CUB diplo 1921 RTTY 100/500 & CW 5FG cables. To CW at 1929 w/
lengthy xmsn in SS (RM)
Unid: 1900 Piccolo-6 brief op. msg. then idle until QRT at 1945.
MKK: RAF London GBR 1705 Piccolo-Mk 6 Operational msgs to MTS (RM)
DKAR: FRA Emb. Dakar SEN 1728 ARQ6-90 200/360 5LG msgs to DIPL-- MFA
Paris (RM)
Unid: 1610 ARQ-E 96/400 RQ sig. unid: FRA Mil. 1624 ARQ-E 96/400 RQ
sig. Unid: 1423 ARQ-E 96/400 idle. K'fuss says RFFXI FF Bangui CAF.
RFFXI? 1526 ARQ-E 96/400 Idle idle idle idle idle. RFFXI: FF Bangui
CAF 1618 ARQ-E 96/400 Idling as usual for hrs w/o sending a thing.
(RM) UNID: 1550 ARQ-E 96/392 good tune but nil on screen. (RH2)
MFA Pyongyang KRE 2057 RTTY 50/1000 text/KK QRT 2102 (RM)
Unid:1120 RTTY 50/850-text in clear but unid language + 5 fgs(MS4)
O6P: French Emb Riyadh ARS 1050 FEC-A 192/425 w/5LGs (ML2)
PWX33: Brasilia, Brasil 1422 RTTY 75/825R Brazilian Navy calling
CTV, Unid: Portuguese(?) sta with RY's, SG's and ID. (PT) Unid: 1232
RS-ARQ 225/150 Packet Radio mode (MC)
PWX: BN Brasilia, B 1355 RTTY 75 CTV DE PWX RYRYRY/SGSG INT ZBZ (RK)
MFA Pyongyang KRE 2113 RTTY 45.45/1050 Manually typed text in
Romanized KK. To CW for s/o at 2117 (RM)
"V5G": MFA Bucharest ROU 1545 ROU-FEC 164.5/500 & CW Encryption &
circular w/CW btwn them (RM)
VHC: Navy Canberra Australia 1011 PICOLLO-6 de gfh ryryry engineer
msgs (EW)
P6Z: MFA Paris France 1153 FEC-A 192/425 circulars in FF (EW) P6Z:
French MFA, Paris, F 1708 FEC-A 192/400 wkg S5F (French embassy
Brasilia?) w/"nr.19 DE RFGW" & 5LG's, ends w/"S5F DE P6Z". (RB) RFGW:
MFA Paris FRA 1345 FEC-A 192/400 non protege "sortie" list fol'd by
5LG msg to 23 embs. At 1434 "AY9L DE P63 SLR MON VX JE TE QAP SUR LA
13 4 AUG DE 2 ICI QTC 10 ( ENFIN ON VA ESSAYER HIHIHI ) A TOI LE
MANCHE" rptd numerous times. RFGW: MFA Paris FRA 1743 FEC-A 192/400
non protege msgs (RM)
Unid: 1916 RTTY 75/850 encrypted (RM)
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16274
SNN 299: MFA Warsaw Poland 1054 POL-ARQ 100/170 circulars in PP(EW)
16274.7 Unid: 1441 Pactor 200/200 Sig. too weak to decode (RM)
16280.2 Unid:1642 ARQ-M2 200/400 Ch A 5LG after HUYYQ QHVZJ HUYYQ QHVZJ HUYYQ
QHVZJ IABUB IABUB IABUB. 1649:5LG after ORPBZ WUBMX ORPBZ WUBMX ORPBZ
WUBMX IABUB IABUB IABUB. All 5LG msgs end w/IABUB. RQG ct to RFQP
Djibouti. Ch B was idle. Unid: 1403 ARQ-M2 200/400 RQ sig. on both
ch for over 4 hrs. RFFA: MOD Paris FRA 1533 ARQ-M2 200/400 both ch
idle, RFFA: MOD Paris FRA 1623 ARQ-M2 200/400 A: sending RFQP's cdv
msg back to him on RQG ct; B: sending RFQP's cdv msg back to him on
RQF ct. RFFA: MOD Paris FRA 1613 ARQ-M2 200/400 ch A: RQGct; ch B:
RQF ct to RFQP Djibouti. Non protege msgs or 5LG msgs on both ch's.
QRT 1645 in midst of sending 5LG msgs on both ch's (RM) RFQP: FF
JIBOUTI 1128 ARQ-M2 200/350 IDLING. (RH2)
16300.5 Unid: 2250 RTTY 110/170 enc (RM)
16305
Unid: 0950 RTTY 75 wkg endless msgs of 5LG's, after last msg off air
w/o any svc-tfc or "SK +++" or s.l.t.! (ANDY)
16305.9 CLP1: MFA Havana CUB 1711 RTTY 50/437 Informacionminrex items in
EE. (RM)
16317
Polish Embassy, Kinshasa 1247 POL-ARQ 100/250 Passport details
headed "m:kinszasa" (MC)
16326.6 Unid: 1958 150/850 Encrypted (RM)
16332.1 V5G: MFA Bucharest Romania 1133 ROU-FEC 164.6/400 encrypted text (EW)
16340.1 ZKLF: Auckland Meteo NZL 1845 FAX 120/576 fair copy of wx chart (RM)
16345
V5G***: Romanian MFA, Bucharest 1443 ROU-FEC 164.5/400 crypto (MC)
16353
Unid: 1541 ARQ Idling & QRT 1542 (RM)
16386.5 Unid: 2003 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted. Strong sig. Total fadeout at
2008. (RM)
16386.7 Pakistani Embassy, Ankara 1117 TWINPLEX 100/140 5LGs and MSGs in EE
to MFA Islamabad (MC)
16551.7 Ship Voyager 1700 ARQ tlxes/EE + TVXQ TVVM & TVXX selcalling (RM)
16580.9 Unid: 1841 FEC Lengthy text in Greek. 1851: went to USB where 2 OM/
GK talked for abt 4 mins (RM)
16671.7 Unid: 1713 ARQ Msgs in Greek + TVXM selcalling. QRT 1720 (RM)
16671.8 Unid: 1909 ARQ Ends xmsn w/"na do mipos qso pano i ulua? ...fina nw
gx kak klo klt n bibi brk. 1912: Unid: w/TVXY selcalling; 1913: TVXK
selc; 1918: TVXY; 1919: TVXV (RM)
16688
EQJO:M/V Iran Sadoughi 1430 ARQ w/tech report for IRISL Tehran logoff
59246 EQJO (TD2)
16689.5 SVEJ: M/V Sea Trident 1856 ARQ 44,080 DWT bulk carrier, w/tlx re
rescue of 2 Mexican fisherman via KPH, vsl bound Kwangyang, S. Korea,
login 16985 SVEJ. (RB)
16693
3FHQ5 Atoyac 2252 ARQ AMVER msg. (AB2) 9MBT3: M/V Selandang Delima
2044 ARQ w/AMVER/PR. (RB)
16694
H2WM: M/V Heavy Metal 1902 ARQ posn rpt: 0505S 08343W (RM)
16699.5 9VWP: M/V Columbialand 1941 ARQ 31,900 DWT bulk carrier, w/AMVER/PR,
St.Johns, NF, login 26096 COLU. (RB)
16705
P3SR6: MV Saint Nectarios 1530 ARQ ship 05257 tlx to Greece eta
Havanna 15/1. 3BJF: MV Bel Azur 1620 ARQ ship 02754 pos 19.21n
036.11w.
16706
UWFU:M/V Viktor Kurnatovskiy 1036 ARQ w/ETD Abidjan cargo coffee
beans, Login 67936 UWFU (TD2) UWFU: TKH VIKTOR KURNATOVSKIY 1342 ARQ
crew TGs to USU. (HOOD)
16708.5 USCY: TKH Kramtorsk 1617 ARQ w/noon report, 2832N/05832W, in heavy
seas & w/27 degree list. (RB)
16710
P3XT4: M/V Elan Vital 2138 ARQ w/crew list (Russian). (RB)
16716
H9HK: M/V Frio Galicia 1806 ARQ
6,905 DWT reefer, w/co tlx, login
42435 FRIGA. (RB)
16746.5 URCK: UPS Kurs SWS, UKR 1330 RTTY 50 3cyr msgs to URL (RK)
16777
PNA Manila PHL 1813 FEC nx abt the PHL in EE (RM) (Not PNA, see
6301.5 for ID - LOGS)
16782
P3BQ5?:M/V Ariel 1415 ARQ w/fire drill report for Eurobulk. (Vsl at
Kriki anchorage) logoff 29234
(TD2)
16786
DSR Rostock 1335 FEC w/list vsls,posns,ETAs. (TD2) (Not DSR Rostok,
but rather a German-crewed/flagged ship relaying their nx/info from
ship to ship, much like the Filipino crewed ships (see 6301.5) LOGS)
16787.5 YLGJ: TR SKRIVERI 1130 RTTY 50/170 crew TGs to UIW. (HOOD)
16796.5 EOQW: TR Solnechnyy Bereg VLD/VTF, RUS 1055 RTTY 50 3cyr msgs (RK)
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16798.1 RTMS KAPITAN SMELOV 0855 RTTY 50/170 crew TG's to Novorossissk. (RH2)
16801.6 UOWB: T.H. FASTOV 1119 RTTY 50/170 wkg Moscow (UAT), then crew TG'S
to Murmansk. (RH2)
16802
SS UMKA 0920 RTTY 50/170 tfc w/Murmansk. KMD Markor. (RH2)
16802.5 J8KP9: BATM BAIKAL 1125 RTTY 50/170 sending crew TGs (is ex
UWKL). (HOOD)
16806.5 NMC: USCG San Francisco CA USA 1824 FEC Offshore Calif wx cast(RM)
16813
KPH: San Francisco R. CA USA 1914 FEC wx synops & forecast (RM)
16818.5 9VG: Singapore Radio Singapore 1029 ARQ msg to ship jaguar x (EW)
16839.5 UFN: NOVOROSSIYSK RADIO 0928 ARQ msg to UDEU: TKH IVAN KOROBTSOV (vsl
is ex UYVP). (HOOD)
16841
UFZ: VLADIVOSTOK R. 2345 ARQ W/Msg in RR. (WT)
16854
XSX: Keelung Radio Taiwan? 1105 ARQ msg to vsl 3fum4. idled for long
time.vsl is taiwanese i think. (EW) YLQ: RIGA RADIO 1121 ARQ (FEC)
crew TGs to several vsls incl P3LU3: ZOYA 1. (HOOD)
16875.8 Unid: 1826 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
16893
USU: MARIUPOL RADIO 1233 ARQ tfc to UZWL: TKH GLEB KRZHIZHANOVSKIY.
Same 1349 ARQ to UYSL: TKH NOVOCHERKASSK (vsl is ex UJXK). (HOOD)
16898.5 UAT: Moskva R., RUS 1210 ARQ IDent, CW DE UAT (RK)
16908
TAD38: Turkish Emb Dhaka BGD 0920 FEC-A 144/850 w/RYs & operator
chat to TAD Ankara (ML2)
16951.3 6WW: FN Dakar,SEN 1847 RTTY 75/850 "de 6WW voici testing de la sta
six whiskey whiskey". (AD3) 6WW: FN Dakar SEN 1909 RTTY 75/850 vvv de
6ww voici testing de la sta six whiskey whiskey ry sg 1234567890 le
brick's & kilo (RM)
16959
FUM:0030 RTTY 75/850 FN PapeeteTahiti de FUM vvv x 3 repeat (RT2)
16961.7 6WW: FN DAKAR 1120 RTTY 75/853 "VOICI LE BRICK" & "QWERTY" ETC.(RH2)
16992
RBSL: INDNy Bombay 0952 RTTY 50, wkg id-tape RY & SG (ANDY)
17111
RYAD: French Emb Riyadh ARS 0930 ARQ6-90 200/400 w/5LGs (ML2)
17410
P6Z: MFA Paris 0000 ARQ6-90 200/400 w/5LGs to KHTM Khartoum (ML2)
17430
9VF209: Kyodo NX Agency Singapore 0715 FAX 120/576 text in Kanji.(EW)
17439
Unid: 0842 RS-ARQ 241 tfc (MC)
17441.5 5YE: NAIROBI MET 1419 RTTY 100/850 Met tfc (DW). 5YE: NAIROBI METEO
1115 RTTY 100/835 RY'S/ID & WX. (RH2)
17445.4 5YE: NAIROBI MET 1424 FAX 120/576 250mb analysis (DW)
17460
Unid: 1104 UNID 50/300 encrypted msgs sends ry between each msg (EW)
17461
Unid: 1105 RS-ARQ 228.4/170 cannot decode (EW)
17475.2 UNID: 1110 unid mode 50/509 logs suggest Russian Mil. (RH2)
17550.9 RFTJ: FF DAKAR 1442 ARQ-E3 192/400 8RC. Betas. svc Controle de voie
RFTJ de RFTJ. Tfc RFFIC de RFFKPMD Marine Paris de Cdt de Pimodon
(DW). RFTJ: FF Dakar SEN 1726 ARQ-E3 192/400 Idle (RM)
17590
HZN49: METEO JEDDAH 1429 RTTY 100 wkg AAXX-reports for Saudian
territories. (ANDY) HZN49: JEDDAH METEO 1040 RTTY 100/818 WX
codes. (RH2)
17971.4 UNID: 1100 RTTY 75/860 GOOD TUNE, garbage or crypto on screen.(RH2)
18021.7 Pakistani Embassy, Algiers 1005 TWINPLEX 100/140 MSGs in EE to MFA
Islamabad. ASP32: Pakistani MFA, Islamabad 1004 TWINPLEX 100/140 MSGs
in EE & 5LGs to Embassy Algiers (MC)
18033
CLP1: MFA Havana CUB 1937 RTTY 50/435 5FG msg notas circulars & las
prensas to African embs. CLP1: MFA, Havana, CUB 2006 RTTY 50/500 las
prensas in EE to CLP18, Dar-es-Salaam, TZA (RM)
18040.4 HGX21: Hungarian MFA, Budapest 1039 ARTRAC 125/150 in IRS to Embassy
Kuwait (MC) HGX..: Hungarian Embassy, Kuwait 1116 ARTRAC 152/150 MSGs
in HH to HGX21 (MFA Budapest) (MC)
18042.9 MKK: RAF, London 1410 VFT: 1ch of 50/400 Baudot, "the quick brown
fox. test de mkk" (MC)
18061.3 Unid: 1729 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
18066.5 International Red Cross Port-au-Prince Haiti 1540 PACTOR(i) TG,
req'ing QSL. International Red Cross Dushanbe Tajikistan 1046
PACTOR(i) point-to-point msg to BBS in Geneva. International Red
Cross Geneva Switzerland 1102 PACTOR(i) point-to-point BBS replies to
unid ICRC sta (MS) ICRC QTH unk. 1549 Pactor Op msgs (RM)
18206.5 CLP1: MFA Havana CUB 1854 RTTY 50/500 Cuba's tourist attractions for
foreigners. The hot spot is Villa Megano (RM)
18220.7 CNM76: MAP RABAT 1056 RTTY 50/394 FF nx. (RH2)
18230
GFL25: Bracknell Meteo GBR 1449 RTTY 75/359 wx data (RM)
18238
ZRO4: PRETORIA MET 1504 FAX 120/576 Surface analysis - fading (DW).
18242
ZRO4: Pretoria Meteo AFS 1900 RTTY 75/379 Coded wx(RM)
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Russian Diplo, ? 0909 CROWD-36 selcal mode (MC)
SUU: Cairo, Egypt(?) 1347 RTTY 100/821N Probably Cairo Meteo with
wx tfc originating from DAMM, Algiers. (PT)
GFE24: Bracknell Meteo GBR 1457 FAX 120/576 bottom of wx chart.
GFE24: Bracknell Meteo GBR 1736 FAX 120/576 wx chart (RM)
Russian Diplo, ? 0950 CROWD-36 tfc (MC)
VHC: Australian Navy, Canberra 1118 VFT: Piccolo-6, eng. ch.
"gfh de vhc can yu tell me wats up" . VHC: Australian Navy, Canberra
1118 Piccolo-6, crypto (MC)
UNID: 1035 PICCOL0 slow idle "chirp" then fast Piccolo. (RH2) (DoSC
Moskva, CROWD36 logged here in the past - LOGS)
DIPL***: French MFA, Paris 0928 ARQ6-90 200/400 5LGs (MC)
Unid: 1738 100/850 Encrypted (RM)
RFFA: MOD Paris FRA 1614 ARQ-E3 100/400 non protege & 5LG msgs on IRE
ct (RM)
5AT: Tripoli Air 1333 RTTY 50 ry's. (BVR)
Indonesian MFA, Djakarta 1251 FEC-S 96/170 NX review in EE (MC)
MFA Jakarta 1100 FEC-S 96/170 Political & Economic Nx in EE. (RH2)
SERBIAN EMB ? LOC 1416 RTTY 75/425 Tfc in online encryption ending
"om hr qru pse qsl?" "tks 73 [email protected]@" (DW)
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 1306 COQUELET-8 Tfc in FF from "AMBALG
ADDISABABA" to Algiers. (PT)
ALGERIAN EMB. HANOI? 1043 COQUELET unable to decode. (RH2)
V5G: MFA BUCHAREST 1201 ROU-FEC 164/400 CRYPTO, good signals. (RH2)
RFTJ: FF Dakar SEN 1707 ARQ-E3 192/400 cdv TJI ct to RFLI Fort de
France MRT (RM)
BMF:1010 FAX 120/576 .FWPN RCTP Wave Prog. 24 hrs.Met Taipei
Taiwan (MS4)
SOUD sta,? 1144 RTTY 75/500 5LGs on link "11177 50002 54768 31390
01001" (MC)
Chinese Diplo, ? 0812 4+4 tfc (MC)
V5G?: Presume MFA Bucharest 1030 ROU-FEC 164/400 same tuning as
19853.2. (RH2)
YBU***: SOUD sta,? 1424 RTTY 75/500 5LGs on link ID "11177 00148
00000 25026 11969" (MC)
Unid 1328 ARQ iiuii iiuii. (BVR)
Unid: 1339 ARQ 100/1300 5LGs ends "zendz" with opchat in EE (MC)
TAD..: Turkish Embassy, Kinshasa 0845 FEC-A 144/850 Opchat to MFA
Ankara headed "kinsasa" (MC)
Unid: 1828 ARQ-E3 96/400 idle for over 2 hrs (RM)
RFHJ: FN Papeete Tahiti OCE 1947 ARQ-E3 96/400 5LG on HJL ct to
RFLI (RM)
RFHJ: FN Papeete Tahiti OCE 1919 ARQ-E3 96/400 5LG to RFLI (RM)
OST: Oostende Radio, Belgium 1427 FEC tfc list (MC)
PAKISTAN EMB ?LOC 1113 TWINPLEX 100/-/- -200/-85/85/600. Selcals
(KMEU) to Islamahbad. Occ word. (DW) Pakistani Embassy, Tripoli 1407
TWINPLEX 100/140 5LGs to MFA Islamabad hdr "fm: parep tripoli" (MC)
Pakistani Emb Riyadh 1220 ARQ w/msgs to Islamabad (ML2)
RFLI: 1730 ARQ-E3 192/353 no copy,just sync. (AD3)
RFLI: 1746 ARQ-E3 96/356 "de rfli 0171745 controle de voie nnn".
RFLI: 1652 ARQ-E3 96/395 de rfli. (AD3) RFLI: FN Fort de France MRT
2012 ARQ-E3 96/400 Idle. Ct to RFHJ (RM)
Unid: USAF AWS 2026 FAX 120/576 wx chart (RM)
DOR: MFA Sofia 1034 RTTY 150/500 diplo/nx tfc (DG) MFA SOFIA 1030
RTTY 150/500 NX/EE RE civil unrest & police activity. (RH2)
Belgian Diplo, ? 1349 VFT: 7ch of 100/170 Baudot, 5LGs ending with
opchat in FF (MC)
FJY2: TAAF KERGUELEN 0947 ARQ-E3 96/I/400 8rc betas. 1055 svc " voic
c/r du 24 jan 97 zic 019 zwd zid 025"then offair (DW). Unid:1045
ARQ-E3 96 /425-Idle -10.50 copied tfc "PARIS DE KER".No callsign.
followed by a chat in FF.sta off the air at 11.25 May be
Kerguelen Islands.(MS4) (Yes, it is Kerguelen Islands - LOGS)
NAA: USN Cutler ME 2026 FAX 120/576 wx chart (RM)
V5G: MFA Bucharest 1020 ROU-FEC 164/400 good sigs but unable
decode. (RH2)
MGJ: RN Faslane 1325 RTTY 75 02d 03b ...... (BvR) GYA:1140 RTTY
75/850 -transmitting continuously "12B 25D GYA" RN London (MS4)
GYA: 1130 RTTY 75/850 RN London sending:WHITEOUT ALFA IN FORCE
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WHITEHALL CONTROLLED BROADCASTS/MRLS BEING TRANSFERRED TO ALTERNATIVE
BCS. (MS4)
Unid: 1407 UNID 200 8 tone system, ACF=8 on idles, poss.TT2300/
MIL-188-141 variant (MC)
MFA CAIRO 1050 ARQ IDLING. (RH2)
UNID: 1155 RTTY 100/850 unable decode. (RH2)
MFA BONN GERMANY? 1105 RS-ARQ 228.4/170 cannot decode (EW)
Unid: 1024 RTTY 75/500 (DG)
UNID: BND/MOSSAD 1150 ARQ-E 192/170 IDLING. (RH2)
Unid:1840 RTTY 75/850 Encrypted (RM)
FUF: FN Fort de France MRT 2012 RTTY 75/850"de fuf" (4x) + "testing"
+ 1234567890987654321 + sysysy... + rgrgrg... + 16 k's (RM)
=MARITIME=
OHC: HELSINKI RADIO 2000 CW "cq de OHC tfc list LYCL" (DW)
LFO: Oerlandet Radio 1946 USB ann. KCZL: Rig Rowan Halifax 1738 USB
clg Humber Radio qsy chnl Q. PBK: Ymuiden Rescue 1111 USB clg Hrms
Schiedam no reply. PAEH HRMS Makkum 1112 USB clg Hrms Schiedam. no
reply. IDF: Cagliari radio 1646 USB. ann wx. SPS: Witovo radio 2005
USB "no tfc on hand". At 2058 Cabo da Gato radio clg unid mv. PBK:
Ymuiden rescue 1703 USB maday mgs no 1. KLM Helicopter observed a
ships Bottom in posn 53.33.3n 004.38.2e.LFO: Oerlandet radio 1946 USB
ann. KCZL: Rig Rowan Halifax 1738 USB clg Humber radio qsy chnl Q.
PBK: Ymuiden resque 1111 USB clg hrms Schiedam no reply. PAEH: HRMS
Makkum 1112 USB clg Hrms Schiedam no reply. IDF: Cagliari radio 1646
USB ann wx. SPS: Witovo rdo 2005 USB "no tfc on hand". Unid: Cabo da
Gato radio 2058 USB clg unid mv. PBK: Ymuiden resque 1703 USB maday
mgs no 1 KLM Helicopter observed an ships Bottom in posn 53.33.3n
004.38.2e (BvR) PCAT: 1956 USB wkg Haifa Radio/4XO, ISR. QSY 2649/
2225 kHz. SWCD: 2044 USB wkg Kerkyra Radio/SVK, GRC. QSY 2830/2105
kHz. SVQZ: M/V "APANEMO" 1558 USB wkg "LIMNOS RADIO", QSY 2215 kHz.
IBAV: 1630 USB clg "BARI RADIO", no reply. (ANE) Las Palmas Radio
(Canary Is) 0503 ann MIB on 1689 kHz. Palma Radio (Balearic Is) 0533
ann MIB on 1755. Machichaco R (Spain) 0533 ann MIB on 1707. Cabo Cata
R (Spain) 0535 ann MIB on 1767. Chipiona R (Spain) 0533 ann MIB on
1656. All above at fair level. Coruna Radio (Spain) 0803 ann MIB on
1698, very strong this morning! (DHM) Brest/Le Conquet 0005 USB ann
MIB on 1635. Malin Head 0035 USB ann MIB on 1677. Halifax CG Radio
0036 USB ann MIB. Genoa Radio 0135 USB ann MIB on 1525 and 2642.
Tarifa Radio 0135 USB ann MIB on 1704. Reykjavik 0205 USB ann MIB on
1659 and 1761. Lands End Radio 0634 USB ann MIB on 2670. St.Lawrence
CG 0634 USB ann MIB on 2598. St.Anthonys CG 0635 USB ann MIB on 2598.
Valencia Rdo 0635 USB ann MIB on 1752. Jersey Radio 0647 USB ann MIB
on 1659. Lyngby Radio 1705 USB ann MIB on 1758. Palma Radio 2035 USB
ann MIB on 1755. Valencia Radio 2044 USB clg Shannon - no reply.
Cullercoats Radio 2234 USB ann MIB on 2719. Stonehaven Radio 2234 USB
ann MIB on 2691. Scheveningen 2234 USB ann MIB on 1713 and 1890.
Oostende Radio 2234 USB ann MIB on 2761. Stockholm Radio 2234 USB ann
MIB. Coruna Radio 2234 USB ann MIB on 1698. UNID Canadian CG 2235 USB
ann MIB on 2749. UNID Canadian CG 2240 USB ann MIB on 2598. Gt
Yarmouth CG 2348 USB wkg Netherlands CG. Livorno Radio 0652 USB wkg
V2NJ QSY to 2591/2222 then 2591/4048 (KMH) NFMK: USCGC Seneca
(WMEC-906) 0422 USB wkg distressed F/V Trinity (96 ft blue hull w/
white superstructure) w/5 POB, vsl is taking on water off the coast
of New England. NMF2: USCG Group Woods Hole, Me 0427 USB wkg cutter
Seneca, copter fm AirSta Cape Cod is being tasked & will be enrt. At
0431 w/'pan-pan' ann for any ship in the area to assist. N/A: F/
V Commodore 0535 USB clg MAYDAY for several mins, VAU, CCG Yarmouth,
NS, answers & hands off to NMF31, USCG Group Portland. NMF31: USCG
Group Portland, Me 0537 USB wkg distressed F/V Commodore, 87 ft
eastern rig scalloper taking on water also off New England. NMF31:
USCG Group Portland, Me 0554 USB wkg F/V Commodore re type of life
raft & if survival suits are on board, vsl adv they have aft flooding
& hatches are 1/2 full of water already. CZJV: HMCS Terra Nova
(DD-259) 0606 USB Canadian destroyer ID'ing as "warship Terra Nova"
wkg Grp Portland offering to assist in SAR, are 105 miles/7 hrs to
the north of the vsl. NMF31: USCG Group Portland, Me 0610 USB wkg
HMCS Terra Nova re command req they start towards scene, Terra Nova
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adv are steaming that way at 20 kts. NMF31: USCG Group Portland, Me
0644 USB wkg F/V Commodore, water rate has increased & they are
preparing to abandon ship. NROS: USCGC Spencer (WMEC-905) 0649 USB
wkg Grp Portland w/Grp Woods Hole relaying of ETA on-scene of 0700L
(1200 UTC). RESCUE 2126: USCG HU-25A Falcon 0654 USB wkg Grp Portland
re was airborne min 50 from AirSta Cape Cod, ETA on-scene 14 mins.
EAR: Coruna, Spain 0533 USB w/SS/EE ann of app gale/wx warning listen
1698/1764 kHz.(RB)
2201
VIP: Perth Radio Australia 1129 USB WX for Western Australia (EW)
2582
VAU: Yarmouth CG Radio, NS, CAN 0709 USB wkg VGLN, M/T Irving Arctic
for R/T tfc, ship on QSX of 2206. (RB)
2598
St.Lawrence CG 2138 USB MIB. St.Johns CG 2210 USB MIB (KMH)
2749
Yarmouth CG VAU 2351 USB MIB (KMH) VCS: CCG Halifax NS CAN 0136 USB
tfc list? Ends b/c w/"this is Halifax Coast Guard Radio." (RM)
2775
DHS: RUEGEN RADIO 2033 USB wind warning for Baltic Sea (in EE & GER)
signs off with ID and "Gute Wache, gute Fahrt" (good watch, good
trip). (HOOD)
2783
CLC: Cienfuegos R. CUB 0142 USB OM/SS wkg unid. vsl (RM)
3023
PBK: Ymuiden Rescue 1558 USB clg Pluto 1. PLUTO 1 1606 USB clg
Ymuiden rescue. PBZE: RV Cor Boersma 1606 USB clg unid comms abt
nylon rope that they found in a SAR operation. At 1639 comms w/PBK
abt oil pollution, pos 53.41.71n 005.26.36e 80 meters wide & very
long, samples taken, eta Ymuiden 2400hrs. At 1646 Pluto 1 clg PBK abt
smoke signal pos 53.41n 004.56e at 1740z. (BvR)
3070
Filipino Ship-OPs Net 2359 USB sx m vn/pp-language/EE, chats, using
NATO/ICAO-spelling, off QRG fm 3077 kHz (ANDL)
3077
Filipino Ship-OPs Net 2359/0300 USB sx m vn/pp-language/EE, chats/
NX-relay, daily QRV, Calls in NATO/ICAO-spelling, 2330-0000 ck-in,
Master: MAJOR, wkg: GMC, AR1, RAR, AVL, RTA1, EMT, EEA, ARP, EEA,
IOT, EM, DAE1, NDV, JVT, MBM LMC, etc., 0007 start of PHL EE nx-bull
relay fm DZX and DZK (ANDL)
3080
Filipino Ship-OPs Net 1922 USB sx m vn-language, chats, QSY-Fq fm
main 3077 kHz clg/homeNX-relais Fq. Regular active (ANDL)
3108
German Ships: 2023 USB sx m GG, chats. (ANDL)
3142
UNID British vsls: 1851/2204 USB sx m EE, chats, OPs: John, Kevin.
etc.(ANDL)
3180
UNID Russian vsl: 1845 USB m RR, clg/wkg Mariupol Radio, dx,
QSX ? (ANDL)
3185
LYK, Klaipeda Radio, LTU -(?): 1935 CW bull. (wx?), id by header:
KALININGRAD 262242/03 7/02 1115=KLAJPEDA RADIO PRIP NOMER 10 GO
WOSTO....BALTIJSKOGE...RAJONY...=NNNN, s/off no ID. not listed??
(ANDL) YLQ: RIGA RADIO 1935 CW Nav warnings in Latvian(?) (DW)
3190
USU, Mariupol Radio, UKR: 2200/0000 CW tfc list (ANDL)
3211
UNID Russian vsl (?): 1928 USB dx m RR, pp, w/ xxxxx Radio, Ships-QSX
fq fr Coastal Stn ??, 'tnx' and s/off (ANDL) UNID British vsls: 1827
USB sx m EE, strong Scottish accents, op:John/etc., chats, vy regular
active, official UK ship-sh ip fq ? (ANDL)
3215
UGC, St.Petersburg Radio, RUS: 1743/1855 USB RR pp, dx, QSX ? (ANDL)
3237.5 USU: MARIUPOL RADIO 2217 CW crew TGs to 9HGK4: MANLEY EXETER (as TKH
MANLEY YEKZETER) vsl is ex M/V MERCURY COVE. (HOOD)
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German Ships: 2007/2155/2237 USB sx m GG, chats. Official German
ship-ship Fq fr FMS vsls (ANDL)
3340
UNID Dutch vsls: 2243/0049 USB sx m DD, chats. Official fr dutch
ship-ship comm. ? (ANDL)
3360.5 German Ships: 1817 USB sx m GG, chats. Official German ship-ship
unrestricted Fq (ANDL)
3737
UIW: KALININGRAD RADIO 2030 CW "qss 3737/6465/8466/12877.5 nawip"
then nav warnings in RR (DW)
3740
UDK2: MURMANSK FISHERIES RADIO 1900 CW ID and tfc list (to
"4LS").(HOOD)
3792
FFM, Marseille Radio, F: 1613 m FF bull., id (ANDL)
4065
3FPM5: M/S Jubilee 0516 USB
47,262 DWT Carnival cruise ship, now w/
Panamanian flag, clg/wkg KMI for R/T tfc, note chg from prior
Liberian c/s ELFK6. (RB)
4149
WHU959: Maricom, Foley, Al 0200 USB
w/tfc list (this is a limited
coastal sta), vsl Excelsior answers. (RB) PIONEER 0627 USB calling
Jacksonville w/various reports. His 0327 posn was 2740N,9504W.(GG)
4178.5 DVTR CA Glorious Sun 0450. P3FN7 Superaria 1530. KURE 1906 USB. WGZK
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Cit Chesapeake Trader 0641 USB. SQGZ F/V Orlen-Swi 215 0956 USB.
URPH 1050 USB. UAHV KApitan Konev 1625 USB. SYOC CA Angelic Spirit
0411 USB. KPKL S/R Benicia 0517 USB. EMCT ???? 0553 USB. WGZK
Chesapeake Trader 0556 USB. P3FN7 ???? 1512 USB. UAHV Kapitan Konev
1622 USB. SYOC Angelic Spirit 1724 USB. KURE ???? 0536 USB. MELS
???? 1529 USB. DUCT Eurasian Charm 0532 USB. EMCT ???? 0735 USB.
UAHV Kapitan Konev 1713 USB. 9VIH Deneb 1509 USB. BOSB ???? 1816
USB. IGZU ???? 1836 USB. 9VIH Deneb 1919 USB. SYOC Angelic Spirit
0524 USB. LATH4 Saga Crest
0634 USB. NDIA ???? 2136 USB. DUCT
Eurasian Charm 0256 USB. KOST ???? 01/29/97 0443 USB. 9GYU Keta
Lagoon 2109 USB. 9GYU Keta Lagoon 0154 USB. BOSB ???? 0337 USB. 9VIH
Deneb 0531 USB. WGZK Chesapeake Trader 0640 USB. WGZK Chesapeake
Trader 0549 USB (MS5)
LZGM: VITOCHA (bulk carrier) 2227 CW clg LZW for tfc. (HOOD)
TCQT: YUSUF ZIYA ONIS 2233 CW clg TCR - no joy so called TAH & moved
to 4191.0 for wkg TAH.(vsl name as Y Z ONIS). (HOOD)
3FHV3: MV Destino, PNR 1944 CW msg (RK)
UANO: TKH BALTIYSKIY 107 CW 0834 admin from Km Tokarev to UCW4 (vsl
is ex UKJO). (HOOD)
UVIH: TH Sormowskij-3053, RUS 1733 CW clg UJE (RK)
VAI: Vancouver Radio CA 0954 CW de vai (EW)
LGW: ROGALAND RADIO 1146 CW. Marker "CQ de LGW LGB LGJ = tfc for DZVP
UNCD = qsx 4185 8368,5 12552,5 LGQ/LGT 500 khz" (DW)
KPH: San Francisco Radio USA 1001 CW de kph (EW)
SUZ3: Serapeum R., EGY 1845 CW TTT CQ DE SUZ 2/3/4 ON 515.5 4255 AND
8450 KHZ PLS AS= (RK)
USU: MARIUPOL RADIO 1703 CW Wx forecast in RR (DW)
RUF9: Krasnodar R., RUS 1605 CW clg UBQL, QSX 4187; IDent:
Krasnodarskogo Radiocentr (RK)
OFJ4: HELSINKI RADIO 1825 CW. WX forecast. OFJ4: HELSINKI RADIO 0825
CW. WX forecast (DW)
KFS: Palo Alto Radio USA 1006 CW cq de kfs (EW) KFS: PALTO ALTO 0741
CW Marker "cq de KFS / qsx 4 6 8 12 16 mhz k". GKB2: PORTISHEAD RADIO
2140 CW Wx forecast for N/Atlantic. GKB2: PORTISHEAD RADIO 1330 CW
Sundays on navs broadcast. GKB2: PORTISHEAD RADIO 0740 CW Navigation
warnings (DW)
ZSC46: CAPETOWN RADIO 1800 CW wx forecasts. (HOOD)
IAR: ROME RADIO 2321 CW.(DG2) IAR: ROME RADIO 2050 CW Wx in
Italian. IAR: ROME RADIO 1903 CW "cq de IAR meteomar on 521.5
as" then wx forecast. IAR: ROME RADIO 0835 CW Wx forecast. IAR: ROME
RADIO 1253 CW Wx in Italian (DW) IAR: Rome R 2321 CW (DG)
LZW26: Varna R., BUL 1656 CW DE LZW26 mkr (RK)
VIT: Townsville Radio 1135 CW cq de vit (EW)
VIP: Perth Radio Australia 1114 CW cq de vip (EW)
JOS: Nagasaki R., J 1929 CW VVV DE JOS TFC LIST (RK)
YLQ: RIGA RADIO 1930 CW qss 442/3185/4335 - Nav warnings in Latvian
(?) at 22wpm (DW)
RKLM: ARKHANGELSK RADIO 1525 CW. Marker " 4LY de RKLM qsx 25.... "
SVA2: ATHENS RADIO 1530 CW. Wx hrd when no qrm fm RKLM. SVA2: ATHENS
RADIO 2118 CW Wx forecast (DW).
9AR: Rijeka Radio, HRV 2240 CW VVV marker (AB)
WCC: 0127 USB CW with QSX and markers. (SW3)
LZW: VARNA RADIO 1856 CW. Nav warnings. LZW: VARNA RADIO 1830 CW. Wx
forecast (DW)
KMI: AT&T Coastal sta Calif. 0412 USB
(Point Reyes) wkg vsl Fancy
Free, WCC6189 w/R/T tfc. (RB)
CIO - Mossad, ISR?: 2345 USB EE vmf: CIO2 (ANDL)
VIP: Perth Radio Australia 1129 USB WX for Western Australia (EW)
SPW, Warsaw Radio, POL: 0003 USB f PP w/ann. sounds like QSX
tape(ANDL)
ZLM: Taupo Radio, New Zealand 0735 USB
w/two-tone SAR alert, YL
then gives vsl info, v.weak here but believe ID correct based on
accent. (RB)
UBEU: TKH STK-1019 0826 CW crew TGs to UCW4 (vsl is ex UWUH). (HOOD)
HCZR: M/T Esmeraldas 0532 CW
32,046 DWT Ecuadorian-flagged tanker
wkg unid coastal sta w/msgs, including a discharge report. (RB)
UGSQ: TKH Amur-2529, RUS 1725 CW msgs to RUF9/4266. USUI: TKH
Omskij-16, RUS 1737 CW msgs to RUF9. UBQL: TKH Volgobalt-142, RUS
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UDXP: TKH Omskij-33 1755 CW msgs to RUF9/4266, QSY from 4187 (RK)
UCKX: SALMI 0842 CW admin from Km Pavlinov to ROD. (HOOD)
ENZH: TKH SOSNOVKA 1844 CW msg (in EE) with ETA for Koper via
USO5. (HOOD)
URL Sevastopal Radio, Ukraine 0400 CW mkr. UFL Vladivostok Radio,
Russia 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
KFS Palo Alto Radio, CA 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
NMN COMMSTA Portsmouth VA 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
WLO Mobile Radio, AL 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
NOJ Kodiak Radio, AK 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
KLB Seattle Radio, WA 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
WLO Mobile Radio, AL 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
KPH San Francisco Radio, CA 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
FFT St. Lys Radio, France 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
NMC COMMSTA Pt. Reyes, CA 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
KPH San Francisco Radio, CA 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
KEJ Hawaii Radio 0400 CW mkr. WLO Mobile Radio, AL 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
WNU Slidell Radio, LA 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
UUI: ODESSA RADIO 1500 CW Wx in EE - increasing qrm (DW)
KPH: San Francisco Radio USA 1155 CW vvv cq de kph (EW) WCC 1537 CW
Chatham RMass cq cq cq de WCC qsx 4 6 8 12 16 22mhz. (RT2)
WNU42 Slidell, Radio, LA 0400 CW mkr (MS5) WNU42 1525 CW SlidellR
La cq cq cq de WNU42 WNU42 qsx 4 6 8 16 22mhz. (RT2)
UON: BAKU RADIO 1902 CW tfc list. (HOOD)
ESA: TALLINN RADIO 1030 CW Wx forecast (DW)
KLB Seattle Radio, WA 0400 CW mkr (MS5) KLB 1510 CW SeattleWash cq
cq cq de de KLB KLB osx 4 6 8 12 16 22mhz. (RT2)
DGF41 Bonn (Elmshorn), Germany 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
SVF3 Athens Radio, Greece 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
WLO Mobile Radio, AL 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
JOR Nagasaki Radio, Japan 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
UIW: KALININGRAD RADIO 2036 CW Nav warnings in RR at 29 wpm (DW)
ROD7: MURMANSK RADIO 0808 CW msgs to UAXZ: TK SHUYA and UETM: NIS
AKADEMIK NEMCHINOV. (HOOD)
KPH San Francisco Radio, CA 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
SVA3: Athens R 2050 CW CQ de sva3 (DG)
CLA Havana Radio, Cuba 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
WSC Tuckerton Radio, NJ 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
VAI: Vancouver Radio CA 0955 CW de vai (EW) VAI Vancouver C.G. Radio,
BC Canada 0400 CW mkr (MS5)
VIM: Melbourne Radio Australia 1124 USB giving WX information for
coast of SA. VIP: Perth Radio Australia 1125 USB WX for Western
Australia (EW) VIM Melbourne radio 2350 USB clg VK-2235 " Amaya" (AW)
VID: Darwin Radio Australia 1208 USB calling all ships listening on
6206khz. VIP: Perth Radio Australia 1125 USB WX for Western Australia
much better channel than 6mhz. (EW)
PPSN: M/V Global Africa 2150 USB clg Manaus R., Belem R., Rio R.,+
Olinda R., Brazil. (MB2)
C6R5 0100 USB clg Belem Radio, Brazil. (MB2)
CSDM 0125 USB clg Gdynia Radio, Poland. (MB2)
ELBM9: M/S Tropical 0511 USB
36,674 DWT Carnival cruiseship, clg
WOM. (RB)
P3QM6: SARATOV CITY 1520 USB wkg OHG for pp to Russia. (HOOD)
SVB: Athinai R., GRC 1717 CW DE SVB3/4/5/6 QSX 12 CH 4 mkr //8704
kHz, TXer tuned to wrong frequency (instead of 6344) (RK)
9HYS4: MV PEARL 0837 CW msg to Greece abt spares via SVD. (HOOD)
N/A: TKH ZARINA 1 1540 CW crew TGs to ODS/UMF via UUI. (HOOD)
UBHT: REVOLYUTSIA (AB-0035) 0942 CW QSL for crew TGs from RKLM (RKLM
was on RTTY on 8580.0). (HOOD)
UBSZ: NIS Yuzhmorgeologigi GLD/MG, RUS 1912 CW msgs, QTH 3736N/01619
E (RK)
UCOB: TR Interes 0043 CW
9,693 DWT reefer wkg unid coastal sta w/
msg. (RB)
HOOG: Dolphin IV 2224 CW tfc re injured/sick crewmember. (AB2)
YLCK: Juris Avots 2319 CW tfc to unid vsl. (AB2)
UIVL: MV Omskiy-132 SPB, RUS 1115 CW to UZP2, msg (RK) UQSI: TKH
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SORMOVSKIY 3064 0748 CW msg (in EE) with voyage details for Riga/
Tilbury from Km Kuzmin. (HOOD)
P3...: UNID ship, CYP 1945 CW clg YLN20 ANS 8545 K, no joy (who is
YNL20 ?) (RK)
UZAR: TKH TATARBUNARY 0931 CW crew TGs to USO5 (IZM/UDP) vsl owned by
Ukrainian Danube Shipping Co. (HOOD)
VIP: Perth Radio Australia 1122 CW channel marker (EW)
WCC: Chatham Radio USA 0958 CW wcc morse marker (EW)
NMC: USCG San Francisco USA 1010 CW nmc morse marker (EW)
XSX: Keelung Radio Taiwan 1056 CW cq de xsx (EW)
WLO: Mobile Radio USA 1052 CW de wlo (EW)
A4M: Muscat Radio Oman 1359 CW de a4m (EW)
A9M: Bahrain Radio Bahrain 1330 CW de a9m (EW)
RUF9: Krasnodar R., RUS 1447 CW clg UDHC DE RUF9 PSE FONE 8710/8198
OK? (RK)
UBF2: St.Petersburg R., RUS 1701 CW 4LT3 DE UBF2 TFC LIST (RK)
UHP5: St.Petersburg R., RUS 1515 CW blind msgs to UMYC/TKH Dwina,
IDent: SANKT PETERSBURG AT 821353 ENNEK (RK)
VAI: Vancouver Radio Canada 1049 CW cq de vai (EW) VAI: VANCOUVER
RADIO 1620 CW. Marker "CQ de VAI qsx 4/6/8/12/16 mhz....etc" (DW)
UVA: Batumi R., GEO 1909 CW CQ DE UVA, giving QSX freqs on 4/8/12(RK)
OFJ: Helsinki Radio Finland 1332 CW ofj (EW)
UIW: KALININGRAD RADIO 0903 CW. Nav warnings (DW).
EQI: Abbas Radio Iran 1334 CW cq de eqi (EW)
WLO: Mobile Radio USA 1047 CW de wlo (EW)
A7D: Doha Radio Qatar 1335 CW de a7d (EW)
HLF: Seoul Radio Korea 1024 CW cq de hlf (EW)
HZG: Dammam Radio Saudi Arabia 2207 CW de hzg (EW)
CLA Havana Radio 1859 CW wheel (SW3)
CLA: Havana Radio Cuba 1020 CW de cla (EW)
XSG: Shanghai Radio China 1018 CW cq de xsg (EW)
UFZ: Vladivostok Radio CIS 1016 CW de ufz (EW)
PPL: BELEM RADIO 2213 CW. Wx in Portuguese. Wx in EE fm 2230z (DW)
XSW2: Taichung Radio Taiwan 0952 CW cq de xsw2 (EW)
XSQ: Guangzhou Radio China 0843 CW cq de xsq (EW)
5AT: Tripoli Radio Libya 2210 CW cq de 5at (EW)
VIP: Perth Radio Australia 0949 CW cq de vip (EW)
FFL: ST LYS RADIO 1420 CW ann closure of morse services from St
Lys as of 0001 UTC 16 December 1996. (HOOD)
JOR: Nagasaki Radio Japan 1036 CW cq de jor (EW)
WNU: Slidell Radio USA 0947 CW cq de wnu (EW)
IAR: ROME RADIO 1907 CW. Marker "cq de Meteomar on 521.5 4282 as" so why on this freq". IAR: ROME RADIO 0837 CW. Wx forecast. IAR: ROME
RADIO 1947 CW. Straight into middle of WX. No callsigns or
introduction. IAR: ROME RADIO 2213 CW Unscheduled wx then suddenly
offair. IAR: ROME RADIO 2240 CW Wx forecast on 521.5 4292 8530 13011
17160.8. Wx commences - unscheduled (DW).
WLO: Mobile Radio USA 0936 de wlo (EW)
LYL: Klaipeda Harbour Radio Lithuania 1337 CW cq de lyl (EW)
PKX: Jakarta Radio Indonesia 1335 CW cq de pkx (EW)
SPE42: Szczecin Radio Poland 0930 CW de spe (EW)
KFS: Palo Alto Radio USA 0928 CW tfc list (EW)
GKB4: PORTISHEAD RADIO 2141 CW. Wx forecast for N/Atlantic. GKB4:
PORTISHEAD RADIO 0744 CW. Navigation warnings (DW).
D3E51: LUANDA RADIO 2121 CW Marker "cq de DE51/61 qsx 8 and 12 mhz ch
3/4 on rtf ch 421 413 802 k". (again tape damaged). D3E51: LUANDA
RADIO 1723 CW. Marker "cq de D3E/51/62 qsx 8 and 12 .. ar 3/4 on rtf
ch 421 413 803 ar k" (DW).
WNU: Slidell Radio USA 0926 CW cq de wnu (EW) UBO3 PETROZAVODSK RADIO
1541 CW crew TGs to UTIA: TKH VOLGA 4012, UPAW: TKH STK-1022 & UUVF:
TKH VOLGO-BALT 200. (HOOD)
JNA: Tokyo Radio Japan 0923 CW cq de jna (EW)
CLA: Havana Radio Cuba 0922 CW de cla (EW)
LGB: ROGALAND RADIO 1156 CW. Marker "CQ de LGW LGB LGJ = tfc for DZVP
UNCD = qsx 4185 8368,5 12552,5 LGQ/LGT 500 khz." (DW)
XSN: Ningbo Radio China 0906 CW cq de xsn off frequency (EW)
UFL: Vladivostok Radio CIS 0903 CW msg to ships uijr and uhvw (EW)
OXZ: Lyngby Radio Denmark 1342 CW de oxz (EW)
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VIM: Melbourne Radio Australia 0855 CW tropical cyclone warning for
New Zealand, VIM: Melbourne Radio Australia 0913 CW WX forecast (EW)
URL: Sevastopol R., UKR 1900 CW TFC LIST, QSX 8358.5/12468.5 kHz (RK)
URL: Sevastopol' R 2322 CW (DG)
KPH: San Francisco Radio USA 0850 CW vvv de kph very poor signal (EW)
PCH41: Scheveningen Radio Holland 0932 CW de pch 41. PCH:
Scheveningen Radio Holland 0848 41 cw cq de pch.(EW)
XSQ: Guangzhou Radio China 0843 CW cq de xsq (EW)
WCC: Chatham Radio USA 0840 CW vvv de wcc (EW) WCC: CHATHAM RADIO
1707 CW. Wx forecasts. WCC: CHATHAM RADIO 1259 CW. End of tfc list.
Wx forecast (DW).
XSW: Kaoshiung Radio Taiwan 0838 CW cq de xsw (EW) XSW:1305 CW cq de
xsw- KaohSiung Taiwan (MS4)
KPH: San Francisco Radio USA 0831 CW vvv de kph (EW)
SPE42: Szczecin Radio Poland 0825 CW de spe. SPB: Szczecin Radio
Poland 1342 CW de spe (EW)
PZN3: Paramaribo R. SUR 1227 CW "de pzn...hr nil" (RM)
UAI: Nakhodka Radio CIS 1346 CW cq de uai3 (EW)
XSQ: Guangzhou Radio China 0823 CW cq de xsq (EW)
TAH: Istanbul Radio Turkey 0821 CW cq de tah (EW)
IAR: Rome Radio Italy 1349 CW de iar (EW)
UDB2: Krasnovodsk Radio CIS 1352 CW cq de udb2 (EW)
EAD/EDZ: Madrid Radio Spain 0814 CW cq de ead tfc on hand (EW)
IRM :Inter Radio Medical Radio Italy 1349 CW de irm (EW)
HSA2: Bangkok Radio Thailand 1351 CW cq de hsa2 (EW)
SVA4: ATHENS RADIO 1536 CW. End of wx forecast. SVA4: ATHENS RADIO
2121 CW. Wx forecast (DW)
XST: Qingdao Radio China 0813 CW cq de xst (EW)
7TF6: Boufarik Radio Algiers 0810 CW cq de 7tf6 (EW)
WSC: Tuckerton Radio USA 1355 CW de wsc (EW)
UCE: Arkhangelsk R., RUS 1238 RTTY 50 3cyr msgs (RK)
JOS: Nagasaki Radio Japan 1354 CW cq de jos (EW)
EAD: Madrid Radio, Spain 2203 USB
EE/SS ann of tfc list, call signs
in phonetics. (RB)
A7D: Doha R., QAT 2026 USB Ar m tfc to ship (RK)
Ship c/s 9HML4 1836 USB clg WOM to place ship-shore call to
Switzerland (RM)
GCOG: UNID 1418 USB Wkg Portishead, posn: 70m west of Lisbon. GQEN:
HMS Birmingham. 1512 USB Wkg Portishead.(IB)
VAX498 in CAN 2134 USB "Southbound II" w/Herb giving wxcasts to
mariners in the Caribbean. He reported that on Wed. 15 Jan. he lost
sev. antennas in strong winds that gusted to 60 to 70 knots. (RM)
UON: BAKU RADIO 1122 CW tfc for R/O on 4JEZ: SHIRVAN. (HOOD)
WLO: Mobile R AL, USA 1354 CW CQ call de WLO OBS/Amver QSX 4 6 8 12
16 22 Mhz (GC2)
7TF8: Boufarik R, ALG 1440 CW CQ call de 7TF8 QSX 12 Mhz 12551/
12551,5/12552/12553,5 Khz Tks (GC2)
OFJ: Helsinki R, FIN 1536 CW OFJ QSX 4 Mhz (GC2)
PPJ: Juncao R, B 1632 CW V mkr de PPJ QSX 12 Mhz K (GC2)
KFS: San Francisco R, USA 1851 CW de KFS/QSX 4 6 8 12 16 22 Mhz (GC2)
USU: MARIUPOL RADIO 1226 CW crew TGs to USCY: TKH KRAMATORSK. (HOOD)
ZSC: Cape Town R, AFS 1636 CW CQ de ZSC K (GC2)
XSQ: Guangzhou R, PRC 1554 CW CQ de XSQ (GC2)
WLO: Mobile R AL, USA 1901 CW de WLO Obs/Amver/QSX 4 6 8 12 16 22 Mhz
nw ans Ch 3/4. PKM: Bitung R, INS 1556 CW CQ call de PKM QRU?(GC2)
A9M: Bahrain Radio Bahrain 1404 CW de a9m (EW) A9M: Bahrain R, BHR
1648 CW CQ de A9M QSX Ch 4/5/6 K (GC2)
SPH: Gdynia Radio Poland 1406 CW cq de sph (EW)
9VG: Singapore Radio Singapore 1409 CW de 9vg (EW) ZSC: Cape Town R,
AFS 1838 CW CQ de ZSC K. 9VG: Singapore R, SNG 1715 CW CQ de 9VG47/
12724 Khz QSX 12 Mhz Ch 1 3 4 6 8 10 QSX info rptd (GC2)
LGJ: ROGALAND RADIO 1159 CW. Marker "CQ de LGW LGB LGJ = tfc for DZVP
UNCD = qsx 4185 8368,512552,5 LGQ/LGT 500 khz" (DW). LGJ: Rogland R,
NOR 1722 CW CQ call de LGW LGB LGJ LGX / Tfc DZVP/LAVE4/RT QSX 4185
8368,5 12552,5 16736,5 LGQ/LGT 500 Khz. XSW: Kaohsiuing R, TWN 1904
CW CQ call de XSW K (GC2)
USU: Mariupol Radio Ukraine 1412 CW cq de usu (EW)
TAH: Istanbul R, TUR 1840 CW CQ call de TAH 12 Mhz Ch 3 4 8 K (GC2)
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PPR: Rio R, B 1746 CW V mkr de PPR (GC2)
UAT: Moskva R., RUS 1320 CW wkg UWRC on 12425 kHz (RK) UAT: Moscow R.
RUS 2123 CW CQ/DE marker into time pips at 2124 (RM)
CBV: Playa Ancha R, CHL 1841 CW CQ call de CBV QTC WX Zona 10
as/(GC2)
IRM: Rome R (CIRM), I 1847 CW V mrk IRM fee radio medical service and
Amver service on 8/16 Mhz common K (GC2)
CWA: Cerrito/Punta Carretas R, URG 1850 CW CQ call de CWA QSX
4/6/8/12/16/22 Mhz C 3/4/9/10 K (GC2)
UCW4: ST PETERSBURG RADIO 0828 CW msg (inEE) from Barcelona for UANV:
TKH VOLGA 4003 (vsl is ex URSS). (HOOD)
UHP5: ST PETERSBURG (ENNEK) RADIO 0915 CW msg (in EE) to V3SF9: MV
ALPHA for Capt Dantes abt discharging cargo at Tunis. Freqs are 2670/
8452/12771 and listens 4188.5/6289/8344.5/12444.5 and 16634. Msg
(from Istanbul) was addresses to ENNEK RADIO, ST PETERSBURG FOR
MASTER OF MV ALPHA V3SF9. (HOOD)
ZSC: Cape Town R, AFS 1750 CW EE Hydrosan WX for South African East
Coast (GC2)
D3E61: LUANDA RADIO 1111 CW. Marker "cq de D3E/51/62 qsx 8 and 12 ...
3/4 on rtf ch 421 413 802 ar k (part of tape damaged). D3E61: LUANDA
RADIO (D3E61) 1904 CW. Marker "cq de D3E 51/61 qsx 8 and 12 mhz c.3/4
on rtf ch 421 423 802 (followed by strange numeric strings)(DW) D3E:
Luanda R, AGL 1854 CW CQ de D3E51/61/71 QSX 8 12 & 16 Mhz C.3/4 on
RTF CH 421 821 & 162 (GC2) D3E61: Luanda R. AGL 2130 CW CQ/QSX marker
(RM)
9AR: Rijeka R, HRV 1755 CW V Mkr de 9AR 3/4/7 Ch 3/4/7 K (GC2)
PCH51: Scheveningen R, HOL 1857 CW de PCH51 12 K (GC2)
TAH: Istanbul R, TUR 1821 CW CQ call de TAH QSX 4 8 12 & 16 Mhz Ch 3
4 8 K (GC2)
XFM: Manzanillo R. MEX 2134 CW CQ/QRU marker (RM)
RKLM: Arkhangelsk R., RUS 1300 CW 4LY DE RKLM QSW 4343/6371.5/8580/
12830, tfc list (RK)
SVA5: Athens R, GRC 1901 CW de SVA5 (GC2)
GKB5: PORTISHEAD RADIO 2142 CW. Wx forecast for N/Atlantic. GKB5:
PORTISHEAD RADIO 0745 CW. Navigation warnings (DW) GKB: Portishead R,
G 1902 CW de GKB QSX 2 3 (GC2)
KFS: San Francisco R, USA 2100 CW CQ de KFS/QSX 4 6 8 12 16 22
Mhz(GC2)
WCC: Chatham R MA, USA 1903 CW V mkr de WCC QSX 4 6 8 12 16 22
Mhz (GC2)
XSG: Shanghai Radio China 1120 CW cq de xsg (EW)
WNU: Slidell Radio USA 0934 CW de wnu 4 6 8 12 16 mhz (EW) WNU54:
Slidell R LA, USA 1915 CW CQ call de WNU%$ QSX 4 6 8 12 16 22 Mhz
Obs? (GC2)
VAI: VANCOUVER RADIO 1625 CW. Marker "CQ de VAI qsx 4/6/8/12/16 mhz
ch7/ch8 ch3/ch4 22 mhz on req obs/amver/qrj? vai sitor selcall
1.00581 qru?" (DW) VAI: Vancouver R BC, CAN 1924 CW CQ call de VAI
QSX 4/6/8/12/16 Mhz Ch7/Ch 8 Ch3/Ch 4 22 Mhz on req Obs/Amver/QRJ?
via sitor Selcall 1.00581 QRU? (GC2)
WSC: Tuckerton R NJ, USA 1926 CW CQ de WSC CQ de WSC 4 6 8 12 16 22
Mhz Obs? Amver? (GC2)
EAD: Madrid R, E 1930 CW de EAD3/EAD55 QSX 8 12 & 16 Mhz CG (GC2)
KLB: Seattle R WA, USA 1932 CW CQ call de KLB QSX 4 6 8 12 16 22 Mhz
Obs/Amver/QRU? Sitor Selcall 1113 K. OXZ: Lyngby R, DNK 1935 CW CQ
call de OXZ2/OXZ4/OXZ6 ans 4 8 12 Mhz ere tfc fr .... Pse ans
4185.4/8369.6/12553.1/ ere tfc fr..... (GC2)
HLG: Seoul Radio Korea 0915 HLG CW cq de hlg (EW)
LZW: Varna R, BUL 1526 CW in tfc (Bulgarian) Varna R mentioned
several times (GC2)
JNA: Tokyo Radio Japan 1106 CW cq de jna (EW)
UUI: ODESSA RADIO 1006 CW admin to ENUR: TKH STAKHANOVETS PETRASH in
really high speed CW. (HOOD)
DYV: Iloilo Radio Philippines 0913 CW de dyv (EW)
VIP: Perth Radio Australia 1116 CW cq de vip (EW)
PPO: Olinda R, B 1955 CW V mkr de PPO QSX Channels 4/5 (GC2)
A7D: Doha R, QAT 1530 CW Doha R de A7D (GC2)
UJE: Moskva R., RUS 1130 CW BLIND msgs to EURK/TH Sormowskij-110,
UVIH/TH Sorm-3053, UOXJ/TH Ruza-4 (RK) UJE: NIZHNY NOVGOROD RADIO
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1010 CW msg to "NEFTERUDOVOZ" vsls numbered 13, 26, 33, 34, 35, 55
and 58 and crew TGs to UTNN: VOLGONEFT 169 (all are sea-river ore/oil
carriers of the VOLGOTANKER fleet). (HOOD)
XSV: Tianjin Radio China 0950 CW de xsv (EW)
UIW: Kaliningrad Radio CIS 0909 CW de uiw msg in RR (EW) UIW:
KALININGRAD RADIO 0906 CW. Nav warnings (DW)
PPL: Belem R, B 2005 CW V mkr de PPL QSX 4/8/12/16 Mhz K (GC2)
LDP88: Gen Pacheco R, ARG 2009 CW V mkr de LPD88 QSX 4 8 12 16 & 22
Mhz (GC2)
KPH: San Francisco Radio USA 0930 CW cq de kph. (KW) KPH: San
Francisco R, USA 2022 CW V mkr de KPH QSX 4 6 8 12 16 22 Mhz de
KPH (GC2)
JOR: Nagasaki Radio Japan 1036 CW cq de jor (EW)
AQP6: Karachi Pakistan 1416 CW Pakistan Navy maritime VVV marker
(MS) IAR: ROME RADIO 0838 CW. Wx forecast (DW) AQP: Karachi R, PAK
2024 CW V mkr AQP 2/4/5/6 (GC2)
D3E Luanda Angola 1355 CW DE D3E marker (MS) D3E62: LUANDA RADIO
1112 CW Marker "cq de D3E 41/61/71 qsx 8 12 and 16 mhz ... " marker
continues to provide poor keying. D3E62: LUANDA RADIO 1100-21 CW.
Marker "cq de D3E/51/62 qsx 8 and 12.. ar .3/4 on rtf ch 421 413 803
ar k". Expected tfc list at 1105 did not materialize (DW). D3E/52:
Luanda R, AGL 1534 CW CQ de D3E/51/62 QSX 8 & 12../C.3/4 on RTF Ch
421 413 802 (GC2)
WLO: Mobile R AL, USA 1854 CW de WLO Obs/Amver?QSX 4 6 8 12 22 Mhz nw
ans Ch3/4 (GC2)
SVB: Athens R, GRC 1530 CW de SVB4/5/6/7 QSX 16 Ch 4 (GC2)
VRX61: Hong Kong Radio Hong Kong 0903 CW tfc list at 0900 (EW)
WCC: CHATHAM RADIO 1704 CW. Wx forecasts. WCC: CHATHAM RADIO 1257 CW.
Tfc list (DW). WCC: Chatham R, USA 2029 CW V mkr de WCC QSX 4 6 8 12
16 22 Mhz (GC2)
VRX61: Hong Kong Radio Hong Kong 0859 CW cq de vrx61 (EW)
UTQ: Kiyev R, UKR 1532 CW CQ call de UTQ7 QSX 8341/12436/16639 (GC2)
CLA: Havana Radio CUBA 0858 CW de cla (EW)
JOS: Nagasaki R, J 2034 CW CQ call de JOS QSX 12 Mhz K (GC2)
HZG: Damman R, ARS 2040 CW de HZG QSX Ch 3/4/9 (GC2)
KMI:Dixon R. CA USA 1801 USB synthesized voice info bc (RM)
NMG: USCG New Orleans 1309 USB m Digivoice w/Eastern US Coastal
"Offshore Marine Forecast". (GG)
9VG67 Singapore radio 0950 USB clg/wkg "9W07" (AW)
VID Darwin radio 0555 USB wkg 6MZW (AW)
Unid: ship 1413 USB comms/RR to UTQ Kiev R. UKR on 17308 kHz (RM)
Unid Malaysian vsl 0610 USB p/p to shore stn in Bahasa (AW)
N/A: Columbus Canterbury (Hamburg-Sued/Columbus Line) 0003 USB
exchging posn reports w/Columbus California & Columbus Victoria.(RA)
YQRC:M/V Riureni 1430 CW enrt Singapore w/tfc for Marincom "changing
course to Cape Sainte Marie-southern Madagascar-to avoid/shelter from
Tropical Cyclone Gretelle" (TD2)
DZJ: Microwave Comm. Bulacan PHL 1827 CW nx abt the PHL in EE (RM)
UNID:Vsl 1428 CW wkg A9M Bahrain w/details cargo space on arrival
Santos (TD2)
ZLA Awanui Radio New Zealand 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
LSD836 Argentina Radio 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
WLO Mobile Radio, AL 1000 CW mkr. CBV Playar Ancha Radio, Chile 1000
CW mkr (MS5)
WLO Mobile Radio, AL 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
KPH San Francisco Radio, CA 1000 CW mkr
(MS5)
WLO Mobile Radio, AL
1000 CW mkr (MS5)
ZSC Cape Town Radio, RSA 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
NMC COMMSTA Point Reyes, CA 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
WCC Chatham Radio, MA 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
KPH San Francisco Radio, CA 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
NMN COMMSTA Portsmouth, VA 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
HPP/MTX Panama Intelmar Radio, Panama 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
LPD Gen. Pacheco Radio, Argentina 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
WCC Chatham Radio, MA 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
WLO Mobile Radio, AL 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
WLO Mobile Radio, AL 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
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KEJ Hawaii Radio 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
9VG: Singapore Radio Singapore 0841 CW 9vg channel marker (EW)
XSQ: Guangzhou Radio China 0848 CW xsq channel marker (EW)
XSG: Shanghai Radio China 0850 CW xsg channel marker (EW)
UAT: Moscow Radio CIS 0858 CW msg rerouted from uijr (EW)
CBV Playa Ancha Radio, Chile 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
JOS: Nagasaki Radio Japan 0254 CW cq de jos (EW) WCC Chatham Radio,
MA 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
16935
A7D: Doha Radio Qatar 0907 CW de a7d (EW)
16940
XSW: Taichung Radio Taiwan 0952 CW cq de xsw (EW)
16972
WCC: CHATHAM RADIO 1653 CW. tfc list and wx. WCC: CHATHAM RADIO 1305
CW. Wx forecast. (DW) WCC: 2110 CW Chatham RMA vvv qsx 4 6 8 12
16mhz. (RT2)
16981.5 SVG6: Athens Radio Greece 0915 CW de svg6 (EW)
16983.2 WCC: 2100 CW Chatham R MA vvv qsx 4 6 8 12 16mhz. (RT2)
16990
HLO: Seoul Radio Korea 0917 CW cq de hlo (EW)
16992.8 UAT: Moskva R., RUS 1300 CW CQ DE UAT QSW 8440.6/12910/16992.8/22512
KGC TFC LIST (RK)
17002.4 XSG: Shanghai R, CHN 0831 CW de XSG into 4 grp coded tfc each rpted
twice (GC2)
17008.5 TAH: Istanbul, TUR 0835 CW de TAH 16 Mhz ch 3 4 8 K (GC2)
17010
UDB/UGC: ST Petersburg Radio CIS 0919 CW cq de udb/ugc (EW)
17011
XSX: Chi-Lung R, TWN 0840 CW CQ de XSX QSX 8/12/16/22 Mhz K (GC2)
17014
UTM: Feodosia Radio Ukraine 0922 CW de utm (EW) UTQ7: Kiev R., UKR
1140 CW CQ DE UTQ7 QSX 8341/12436/16639 K (RK)
17015
UTQ7: Kiev Radio Ukraine 0930 CW cq de utq7 (EW)
17026
KFS Palo Alto Radio, CA 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
17045.6 LPD46 Gen. Pacheco Radio, Argentina 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
17053
XSX: Chi-Lunk R, TWN 0844 CW CQ call de XSX QSX 8/12/16/22 Mhz K.
(GC2)
17073.9 LGX: ROGALAND RADIO 1340-44 CW. Marker "cq de LGW LGB LGJ LGX = tfc
for 3ELS3 DZVP UNCD = qsx 4185 8368,5 12552,5 16736,5 LGQ/LGT 500
khz".(DW)
17088.8 KPH San Francisco Radio, CA 1000 CW mkr (MS5) KPH:2340 CW San Fran
R Ca vvv de KPH 4 6 8 12 16 22 mhz wheel tape (RT2)
17093
JOR:2312 CW Nagasaki, Japan cq cq de JOR16mhz wheel tape (RT2)
17108
UUI: Odessa R., UKR 1202 CW CQ DE UUI WX QSS/QSX 8520/8356.5 13041/
12439.5 16947/16668.5 K (RK)
17113
GKB6: PORTISHEAD RADIO 2143 CW. Wx forecast for N/Atlantic. GKB6:
PORTISHEAD RADIO 0746 CW. Navigation warnings (DW)
17115
UGC: St Petersburg R, RUS 0850 CW de UGC QSX 4/8/12/16 (GC2)
17141
UFN: Novorossiysk R, RUS 0914 CW de UFN (GC2) UFN: NOVOROSSIYSK RADIO
1401 CW crew TGs to 9HIN3: TKH HESNES. (HOOD)
17146.4 URL: Sevastapol R, UKR 0920 CW CQ call de URL ans
12468.5/16669.5(GC2)
17161.3 VIP: Perth R, AUS 0925 CW CQ call de VIP (GC2)
17162
PPO Olinda Radio, Brazil 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
17165.6 CLA41 Havana Radio, Cuba 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
17175
A9M: Bahrain Radio Bahrain 0657 CW cq de a9m (EW)
17175.2 VAI Vancouver C.G. Radio, BC Canada 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
17184.4 KFS Palo Alto Radio, CA 1000 CW mkr (MS5)
17184.8 PKE: Amboina Radio Indonesia 0654 CW cq de pke (EW)
17188
SVD6: Athens Radio Greece 0653 CW de svd6 (EW)
17189.6 D3E71: LUANDA RADIO 0957 CW. Marker "cq de D3E/51/62 qsx 8 and
12 ...ar 3/4 on rtf chan 421 413 802 ar k" (Damaged calltape) (DW).
17198.3 HZG: Dammam Radio Saudi Arabia 0650 CW de hzg qsx ch/3/4/9 (EW)
17233.9 UCE4: Arkhangelsk R, RUS 0935 CW de UCE4 K (GC2)
17238.9 XSV: Tianjin Radio China 0647 CW de xsv (EW) XSV: Tianjin, R, CHN
0944 CW CQ call de XSV QRU? QSX 8 12 & 16 Mhz (GC2)
17314
NMC:2250 USB USCG San FranCa Mstr Sta Pac wx-vox (RT2)
17347
7TF47 Boufarik radio ALG 0936 USB p/p in AA (AW)
16836.5
16837
16868
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16892
16898.5
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=MILITARY=
18.2 VTX3: Indian Navy India 0721 CW vvv de vtx3 thwn msgs to ships (EW)
VTX3: Indian Navy, Vijayanarayanam 0645 CW with data...4FG's. (RO)
2357.5 OUA23: RDNY Aarhus, DNK 2240 CW NAWS DE OVK marker (RK)
2622
Cape Radio 0916 USB clg Liberty Star (not hrd). (LB2)
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NROS: USCGC Spencer (WMEC-905) 0700 USB wkg Grp Woods Hole w/
revised ETA on-scene of F/V Commodore SAR. CZJV: HMCS Terra Nova
(DD-259) 0741 USB Canadian destroyer ID'ing as "warship Terra Nova"
wkg USCGC Spencer re Sitrep, Spencer relays RESCUE 6007 (HH-60) is
on-scene & has 2 persons out of a raft. At 0756 Spencer passes that
Terra Nova is released from the SAR, all persons rescued. (RB)
L, RN St.Petersburg, RUS: 1921 CW L-ch mkr, bad modulation (ANDL)
SPAR 63 2309 USB wkg. Andrews VIP. (JJ)
Deutsche Bundesmarine (=German Navy) Net: DREE, unid vsl 1816 USB sx
m GG, id as 'EE', wkg vsl DRHN, id 'HN'. DRHN wkg Gluecksburg Rescue,
abt technical problems of sub U-11 in Great Belt/Danmark (ANDL) DRKH:
German Navy vsl Meersburg calling "Bremen Rescue" for radio ck
repeatedly. Made contact at 2209 UTC. Can anybody give the type and
hull number of this vsl? (CK)
RFFN - UNID (FF?): 2000 CW wkg RFFR, RFFP, fr QSA, also 6753 kHz,
FF? but in CW ? or just the typical 4LTR/FGR tactical idents ? (ANDL)
DAFFODIL 0532 USB called and raised NIGHTWATCH 01 on ZULU 110, and
exited the net. NIGHTWATCH 01 0801 USB (fair to weak) wkg WAR 46
(fair to weak) for a signal ck. At 1806, NIGHTWATCH 01 (presumed)
w/26-character EAM string trailing 1804 GHFS broadcast of same.(JH)
NIGHTWATCH 01 0717 USB worked JURYMAN.(JH)
V: Russian Navy 2310 CW (ANDL)
P, RN Kaliningrad, RUS: 1847 CW P-ch mkr (ANDL)
R, RN Ustinov, RUS: 1841 CW R-ch mkr, 2301 .-. but the - is abt 6
seconds long, technical problems or a kind of info-marker? (ANDL)
FDI22, FAF Narbonne, F: 2247 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
FDG, FAF Bordeaux, F: 2139 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
R, RN Ustinov, RUS: 1906 CW R-ch mkr (ANDL)
FDI22, FAF Narbonne, F: 2215 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
FDE14, FAF Villacoublay, F: 2149 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
FDI8, FAF Aix, F: 1741 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
TVH3, TN Izmir, TUR: 2242 CW v-mkr, bad modulation, not 3359kHz(ANDL)
4XZ: Israeli Navy, Haifa 2240 CW "vvv de 4xz 4xz 4xz BT BT" mkr(MC)
SXA32, GN Piraeus, GRC: 2059 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
SXH33, GN Chania, Crete, GRC: 2109 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
SXA, GN Piraeus, GRC: 2110 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
FDC, FAF Metz, F: 2113/2312 CW v-mkr (ANDL) FDC: FAF Metz 0014 CW
(DG)
CTP, NATO Naval Lisbon, POR: 2115 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
IDR, IN Rome, I: 1828 USB sx m EE/II wkg 6NJ, Q5T, M8F fr r/c and
coord. fr encrypted RTTY-msg on 3828.8 kHz 75?/850 (msg start/end w/
YYYYYYYY) (ANDL)
FDE14: FAF, F 2033 CW VVV DE FDE14 AR mkr (RK)
FAV22, FA Mont-Valerien, F: 1040 CW FF-text/5 LGS, CW lessons, 1544
v-mkr: VVV DE FAV22 QLH 3881/6825 KHZ ( (ANDL)
AEM1US, US Army MARS (qth?), D: 1157 LSB sx EE wkg AEM1WF, qth?.
AEM1MT (or AEM1NT) 1015z wkg AEM1JQ, QTHs in Germany, but where?, w/
technical chats into PACTOR on 3884.5 kHz (ANDL)
RCC Kinloss, G 2025 USB En m sx wkg RESCUE-11 advising new search
area (RK)
4XZ: ISRN Haifa 0006 CW CQ de 4XZ (DG)
NNN0AEO: Navmarcormars USA 2223 USB wkg as alt. net cntrl for day's
Papa Bravo net (RM)
U.S. Army MARS Stas rgn 3 USA 2312 USB chitchatting (RM)
U.S. Army MARS stas rgn 3 USA 2227 USB chitchatting (RM)
U.S. Army MARS stas rgn 2 USA 2230 LSB chitchatting. U.S. Army MARS
stas rgn 4 USA 2231 USB chitchatting (RM)
Navmarscormars stas USA 2233 USB net tfc (RM)
FDG: FAF Bordeaux, F 1705 CW VVV DE FDG AR mkr (RK) FDG: FAF,
Bordeaux 0804 CW, "vvv vvv vvv de fdg fdg fdg ar" marker (MC)
TBO3, TN Izmir, TUR: 1609 CW v-mkr (ANDL) TBO: Turkish Navy, Izmir
2206 CW, "vvv vvv vvv de tbo tbo tbo" marker (MC)
TBO21: Turkish Navy, TUR 1910 CW VVV DE TBO21 QAP AS AR, keyed by
hand (RK)
EBA: SN MADRID 19501 CW Marker "cq de EBA Navarea three Navarea
tres"(DW)
R: Navy Ustinov, RUS 2246 CW Channelmarker (AB)
TBB5, TN Ankara, TUR: 1853 CW v-mkr TBDJ (ANDL)
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Romeo 2 Bravo 2245 USB wkg Zulu 6 Tango, 3 Mike Hotel wkg Romeo 2
Bravo, 3 Yankee Quebec wkg 3 Mike Hotel, India 0 Papa (UK accented)
wkg Zulu 6 Tango. 3MH had an echo from time to time. R2B had comm
problems he was keyed and locked up the net, lots of chatter hrd in
his background while he was keyed. Zulu 6 Tango asked India 0 Papa
if he was experiencing comm difficulties at his end, and he replied
that he was, and it was normal for that time of day. Lots of talk
about holding the gator, a few calls of X-Ray Alpha Echo, X-Ray Alpha
Foxtrot, and Alpha Alpha. 5 Charlie Tango 2345 USB wkg 8 Kilo
X-Ray, and Giant Killer wkg 8 Kilo X-ray periodically. 8Kilo X-Ray
hrd strongest, with Giant Killer slightly weaker, and 5 Charlie Tango
weak readable to Long Island. These two trigraphs have been present
most of the day. At 0002, 8 Kilo X-Ray calls Giant Killer to notify
change of his c/s to 9 Papa Uniform. (JC5)
NIGHTWATCH 01 0446 USB wkg Andrews with data. PACAF 01 0745 USB wkg
Andrews for a good GHFS/freq Macdill/4745 and others were tried.(JJ)
SPOTLESS USB 0855 wkg NIGHTWATCH 01 w/ fair to good levels and pass
Z130 as primary and Z145 secondary. (EA) IMPURITY 0729 USB worked
NIGHTWATCH 01. NIGHTWATCH 01 0716 USB (ok level) worked JURYMAN and
moved to ZULU 115. At 0720, JURYMAN worked NIGHTWATCH 01.(JH)
NEWCROP 0555 USB called and worked NIGHTWATCH 01. At 0646, LUNCHBOX
worked NEWCROP. NIGHTWATCH 01 0710 USB worked HELPMATE, setting 4495
as primary freq. At 1426, WAR 46 worked NIGHTWATCH 01. IDENTICAL
1339 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01. At 1424, STEDMAN called NIGHTWATCH
01.(JH)
GNAY: 1037 USB wkg Architect. (the only bit I understood was that
they had delayed sailing due to severe gales. The rest of the msg
was coded). IFN 80: 1145 USB wkg Architect w/selcal ck AJ-EG. (CH)
TBU5, TN ........., TUR: 1845/2348 CW v-mkr TBDJ (ANDL) TBU5: Turkish
Navy, Mugla 1300 CW V/QAP-marker. (thanks to Dave Gentile for
establishing the location). (ANE) TBU5: TN Mugla 2057 CW (DG) TBU5:
Turkish Navy, Ankara 2128 CW "vvv vvv vvv tbdj tbdj tbdj de tbu5
tbu5 tbu5" marker (MC)
TBJ: TN QTH unk. TUR 0249 CW vvv marker (RM)
TBU5: Turkish Navy, Mugla 0552 CW (Marmaris Naval?) w/marker. (RB)
S, RN Archangelsk, RUS: 2349 CW S-ch mkr (ANDL) S: Russian Navy 2222
CW "S" continuously (MC)
C: Russian Navy 2221 CW "C" continuously (MC) C: Navy Moscow, RUS
2234 CW Channelmarker (AB)
OUTBOARD 1450 USB clg Country Song & Pink Tiger. No contact. At 1507
req Master Piece contact Pink Tiger via landline and tell him to come
up this net. (RR3)
RAF Volmet, G: 1226/1826 USB m EE Volmet (ANDL) MVU: RAF London GBR
0112 USB RAF VOLMET "no reports received" from all ports connected
with this b/c (RM)
RAF Cranwell "MUH 5". (SCMAC) BT9P: 1041 USB wkg MKH 85, CWL 81, CWL
83. MKH reported being 5830N 0000WE at fl310; passing of number
groups w/C 83 and C 81 was told to chg to enrt freqs. (CH) CWL84 1650
USB wkg BT9P. BT9P 1021 USB w/wx report for Linton-Leeming-BrggenNrvenich. (RR3)
CWL83 1118 USB BT9P practice msgs. (BH) CROWN 97: 0105 USB wkg
Croughton w/pp Mildenhall metro. req current wx conditions plus
Lakenheath and forecasted wx for 0610z. CROWN 98: 0110 USB wkg
Croughton. req pp DSN 579-7774. Crown 97 & 98 airborne 2336, enrt
EGUN @ 0600, etd EGUN 1410 local. CWL 83: 1115 USB wkg BT9P relay FAX
to ABC, in rt w/ base req close down 1119z. From ABC to CWL 83 you
may close your sta 1119z. CWL Combine, met reports for this hr are
delayed. CANFORCE 3115: 1024 USB clg Croughton, no joy. Neatishead:
1105 USB wkg various ships? inc L4R & N3W, closed down freq @ 1200z.
RCH 4482: 0110 USB wkg Thule. dep OTEH @2325z, gear malfunction,
divert ETAR, t/n 50259, eta ETAR 0725. Nose gear took 45 secs to
retract, extremely unusual. (CH) CROUGHTON 0156 USB wkg CROWN 97
w/pp Mildenhall Base Ops. ETA 0500Z, pp Mildenhall Metro. ETA
0601Z. Req wx for Mildenhall and Lakenheath. CROUGHTON 0215 USB wkg
CROWN 98 w/pp DSN579-7774 Hurlburt CP. Crown 97 dep Souda Bay at
2325Z, Crown98 airborne out of Souda Bay 2336Z. ETA EGUN 0600Z, ETD
EGUN 1000L. (RR3) OFFUT 1508 USB Simulcast EAM with "prefix" 2VPJCM.
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and maybe wkg same or someone else, reqing primary and secondary HF
freqs. He may have been mis-keying the radio that was tuned to
4724.(JH)
I7E: Nimrod? 1123 USB wkg Architect for rdo chk. 7BA: Nimrod? 1127
USB wkg Architect for wx Kinloss. D9M: Nimrod 1133 USB wkg Architect
WX EGQK, EGPO, EGPL. Ascot 1977 1140 USB Architect dep EDDT (BerlinTegel) 1120/30 eta EDDP (?) 1155/1200 standard relay V + LEJINXH,
selcal EMBQ (shouldn't this be LMBQ?) RFR 6C49: Helo 1043 USB wkg
Architect end of comms, this one was just leaving the Leeuwarden
control zone (which is my location) 30 mins before! ZE704: Tristar
1107 USB wkg Architect unusual, registration as c/s, propably
maintenance. Architect 1115 USB with Bruggen flying state and
alternate Norvenich, VFR, min fuel requirements. Exercise going on
there? Ascot 4844: C-130, LTW 1017 USB wkg Architect dep EGDL
(Lyneham) 0950/1000 eta ENBR (Bergen) 1240/50 standard relay K +
ENBRYWYO selcal AHKL. 6YW: Nimrod 1027 USB wkg Architect wx EGQK,
EGQL. Ascot 4880: C-130, RAF 0916 USB wkg Architect wx ENEV (Evenes,
Norway). ODM 75: Helo, RAF, Odiham 0937 USB wkg Architect ....
destination EGAA (Belfast/Aldergrove), 3 POB. Ascot 2642:VC-10, RAF
0939 USB wkg Architect selcal ck CFAE. N5D: Nimrod? 0949 USB
Architect radio ck. Ascot 5583: C-130, RAF 1052 USB wkg Architect
dep. EGAA (Belfast/Aldergrove) 1025/35 .... selcal AJLM, standard
relay K + .... SFO186: C-130 RAF SFOR 1505 USB Architect preflight
selcal ck AJBF. At 1506 N4Z wkg Architect for radio ck. RFR 2C04B:
Helo 1041 USB wkg Architect dep EKYT 1040, enroute to EHAM
(Amsterdam) 17 pob, relay to Lifter ops. At 1054 K5K13 wkg Architect
landing EGXU, closing down this freq. At 1104 SFO9B: CAF SFOR wkg
Architect. Architect (sel)calling, no joy. Architect very distorted
all the time this morning... At 1111 Ascot 5524: C-130 wkg
Architect ->8190 (said the pilot, 8190 is an unfamiliar freq. for me,
he got no joy w/Architect, I doubt whether they are on this one...)
-> 11247 wx LIBV, LIBR. (BH) IFN 84B: 1638 USB wkg Architect. pp
Lyneham ops for wx Lyneham, Brize Norton. Wx was bad and Architect
gave alt airfields of Cardiff, Manchester, Birmingham and Waddington.
IFN 84B would make 1 app at Lyneham. (CH) "ASCOT 5418": 2248 USB
C-130 "XV-209", RAF Lyneham, wkg ARCHITECT. "969": 2110 USB clg
ARCHITECT, bad signal, req to QSY 6739 kHz, again no contact. "S3N":
0446 USB wkg ARCHITECT, PP Northwood, x37831. "J1M": 0447 USB wkg
"S3N". "ACR": 2112 USB wkg ARCHITECT. "Q90": 2249 USB wkg ARCHITECT.
req relay to GMJ. ARCHITECT asks Q90 to call "GIBRALTAR" directly on
same frequency. "Q90": 2250 USB wkg GIBRALTAR, req wx TAFF LXGB and
GMTT (=Tanger). "U4S": 1905 USB wkg ARCHITECT. "W3U": 0505 USB wkg
ARCHITECT. "ASCOT 5584": 0524 USB wkg ARCHITECT. "ASCOT 4743": 0531
USB wkg ARCHITECT. "Grafiti (?) 30": 2003 USB RAF C-130 "XV-206" wkg
"ARCHITECT", selcal ck [AJ-DK]. "ASCOT-5534": 2054 USB RAF C-130
"XV-305", selcal ck [AK-DL] w/ "ARCHITECT". "ASCOT-9302": 0424 USB
RAF VC10 "XV-808", selcal ck [BL-GK] w/ "ARCHITECT". "SFO114": 0428
USB wkg ARCHITECT, wx for LIPV, LDZA. "7DH": 2220 USB wkg ARCHITECT,
wx for ENBR. "ASCOT 3201": 2355 USB RAF L-1001-500C "ZE-705" selcal
[LM-BK] wkg ARCHITECT. "GROUND TEST 4 3": 0015 USB wkg ARCHITECT.
(ANE) ASCOT 3201 0145 USB wkg HAVEN RAF Strike Command (STCICS),
Ascension Island with a WX report and a selcal ck of LMBK (RAF
Lockheed Tristar L15 500 series, 216 Sqd, Brize Norton, UK).(DR3)
8CA 1338 USB wkg Architect, req wx for EGPO & EGQK. W9H 1143 USB wkg
Architect, req wx for ENBR and ENZV. (RR3) ODM94: Chinook 27 Sqn 0941
USB Dep. EGDC enroute EGVO req listing watch for the next 75
minutes. RRR 2168: VC-10?? RAF 0943 USB Relay F followed by msg.
SELCAL:CF-AE. Contack 1, 2: 1135 USB wkg Architect Dep. EGXW Inbound
Otterburn training area. (JD3) Unid Numbers sta: 2130 USB YL/EE 32355
many times then 'Ready Ready 26 26' and 26 5FGs. No signoff. Good
readable, fading, interference from unid FAX stn. Any ideas? please
let me know. (MH2) Andrews VIP 0655 USB cking Air Force 2 here for
new primary, and AF 2 wkg. Andy for pp to Waldorf re: GEP freq.(JJ)
0BV: Atlantic, German Navy? 0924 USB clg DHJ59 called several times,
no joy. OMB: 0927 USB wkg ONY comms in Belgian-FF, cudn't make
anything of it. ONY = BAF Brussels. Navy 177: Lynx? 0936 USB wkg
Kinloss Rescue radio cks, told to ck 5680 as well. (BH) BT9P 1025 USB
w/wx report. (RR3) RAF Cranwell "MUH 5". (SCMAC) NIGHTWATCH 01 0744
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USB worked _____ (missed id.) At 1535, MICROFILM called NIGHTWATCH
01. At 1537, MICROFILM called NIGHTWATCH 01, and exited the net in
the blind ("time 1536, authentication HG"). At 1540, NIGHTWATCH 01
called WAR46, repeated at 1544, with no response.(JH)
Magic 90 1126 USB wkg N9P (X1N/5PX/7PR kwamen er later op de dag
bij). (RR3)
FDE14, FAF Villacoublay, F: 1236 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
FDI22: FAF Narbonne, F 1544 CW VVV DE FDI22 AR mkr (RK)
9MB, MN Georgetown, MLA: 1656/0006 CW v-mkr: VVV 9MB 13/16/19
VVV (ANDL)
V7X: 1500 USB wkg O9C. GF cld Fleet Alfa no joy. O9C cld Fleet
Control several times no joy. O9C then called GF and asked if they
had hrd from Fleet Control. GF rep neg but that he had been
experiencing equipment problems. O9C then req an interrogative from
GF. GF cld V7 no joy. O9C cld GF adv that "the thing he loves so much
is giving him a halo on deck". O9C continued telling GF that he had
received six hits from him in less than a minute. O9C cld Fleet
Control again no joy. also hrd "Surveillance Control". Plead
Control: Pt. Mugu NAWS 1750 USB wkg Marconi. P/C told the skipper of
Marconi (civilian tanker) to alter his course to 110 degrees
immediately for safety of vsl and crew as he is in the middle of a
live fire exercise. Skipper of Marconi very annoyed as he received
permission 24hrs prior to enter the area. Only relented when told by
P/C that missile launch would be at 1800. (JM4) HOTEL 0000 USB wkg.
FOXTROT and many other single letter calls with trk net comms.(JJ)
FDI8, FAF Aix, F: 1223 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
FDG: FAF Bordeux Region 2022 CW (DG)
FDI22, FAF Narbonne, F: 1258 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
Bookshelf OPS 1610 USB clg Bookshelf 01 (no contact). (RR3) Aviano 42
ACCS "BOOKSHELF-OPS". (SCMAC)
S, RN Archangelsk, RUS: 1812 CW S-ch mkr (ANDL)
C, RN Moscow, RUS: 1812 CW C-ch mkr (ANDL)
Unid 0318 US Navy Link 11. (EA)
'Architect', RAF ....., G: 1300/1700 USB m EE wx?-Bull. to (Lifter)?
(=ALL), fr Holyhead, Humber, Scilly, Portland, Shetland, Orkney,
etc., see 6739 kHz, seems sked h+00 (ANDL)
RMP: RuNY Kaliningrad, RUS 2100 CW RMEV DE RMP QTC FM RIT, 4F msg.
(RK)
GHOSTRIDER 1041 USB clg STORMTROOPER "in the plain" w/no joy.
Later had heavy ANDVT comms throughout the night. Any ideas?? (EA)
C4P: 2305 USB wkg "Corpus": USCG Corpus Christi, reqing that C4P's
destination come up on this freq.(DW2)
FDY, FAF Orleans, F: 1642 CW v-mkr (ANDL) FDY: 0711 CW French AF,
Orleans. V-Marker (ANE)
FDI14: 1625 CW French AF, unid sta, V-marker. (ANE)
QUEBEC-4 0259 USB wkg. ZULU-1, PAPA-1, and GOLF-2, apparently
establishing a Link-11 net. (JJ)
CHARLIE-8 wkg. 1630 USB LIMA-3, TANGO-1 and others (w/Plead Control
mentioned) in tracking net comms still going strong since at least
Jan 16. Seems to be a lot of ships involved with this. (JJ)
FDC: FAF, Metz 2136 CW "vvv vvv vvv de fdc fdc fdc ar" marker (MC)
FDI22, FAF Narbonne, F: 1150 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
FDI22: 0712 CW French AF, Narbonne. V-marker. (ANE)
OUTBOARD 1321 USB w/Flash-tfc (beginnend met: GGTVCKQC). (RR3)
Copper 1108 USB giving Marham flying state (so that one is still used
as well, I now hrd them on 5684 & 6736, 4724 should be another
one). (BH)
CWL50: 1013 USB wkg NKH5 (Dominie, 3 FTS) wx Leuchars, Cranwell,
Coningsby, Coltishall. CWL 81 1009 USB wkg MKH5 (Dominie, 3 FTS)
cleared to climb from fl50 to fl350, mach .69 at 5830n 00100w time
1101, top of climb 5800n 00100w 1006. CWL 84 1105 USB MKH5 (Dominie,
3 FTS) climb from fl50 to fl290 mach .69 from 5410n 00050w 1143, top
of climb 5340n 00040w 1148, 5320n 00030w next, no conflicting tfc.
CWL 81 1210 USB wkg MKH5 wx. CWL 83 1016 USB wkg MKH5 wx St. Mawgan,
Culdrose. (BH) CWL83 1229 USB wkg MKH5, Dep EGYD 1125Z climbing FL270
ETA 5342N 00008W 1136Z. CWL98 1425 USB wkg MKH5 w/posn 5404N 00056W
1322Z FL310, est 5432N 00120W 1328Z. CWL84 1436 USB wkg MKH5, Dep
EGYD 1334Z climbing FL280, est 5432N 00040W 1345Z. CWL83 1008 USB
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wkg MKH5. CWL52 1001 USB wkg MKH5, if comms are lost call on
ARCN1. (RR3) RAF Cranwell "MUH 5". (SCMAC) CWL50: Domini 55 Sqn 0953
USB wkg MKH 5 reqing Wx states of several airfields.(JD3)
5686
DHM91: German Air Force 1213 USB wkg Mission 4737 unable contact
DHJ78 ("my homeplace", which is Nordholz) relay: ops normal 1214
(Atlantic, German Navy). At 1216, GAF 301 dep Jever 1205 eta ....
1315 1306 actual down 1305. At 1237 SFO114E eta EDDK (Koln-Bonn)
1320, relay to Koln (SFOR). At 1240 GAF 392 radio ck, At 1252 dep
Landsberg 1243 eta Hohn 1430. At 1246 GAF 109 dep Landsberg 1235 eta
Neuburg 1313. At 1258 Open Skies 11O dep Dresden 1245 eta Koln 1455,
13 pax (that's 11 Oscar in the c/s). At 1306 GAF 306 actual down
(Koln?) 1305. At 1313 GAF 159 actual down 1310 (a/c unreadable). (BH)
5687
GAF 033 1114 USB DHM91 dep 1055 eta 1950 (no locations were given,
hrd this one wkg Dutch Mil on VHF as well, so I assume it went to the
US/Canada). Mission 4737:Atlantic, MFG-3 1116 USB DHM91 no joy with
DHJ78, relay: ops normal 1116. GAF 301 1119 USB DHM91 dep Holzdorf
1110 eta Jever 1230. GAF 378 1125 USB DHM91 nothing hrd. IF?65 1434
USB wkg DHM91 w/ETD Ramstein 1350Z, ETA Sarajevo 1605Z. (RR3)
5693
BT9P 1029 USB w/EAM type tfc for CWL combine. (RAF, aircrew
training). (AD2) USCG Honolulu 1239 calling Papa 9 Delta. (DHM)
5693.5 FDG, FAF Bordeaux, F: 1909 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
5696
Barb-Air 2120 USB wkg flight 1705 (I think that's what they said)
They were trying to decide whether or not to land the plane or "press
on". People on the ground did not like the phase "press on". At 2128,
Flight 1705 called CAMSLANT & advised they were going to land at
Louisville (ky ?) airport. Wanted CAMSLANT to relay msg to "Home
Plate". (AD3) (Barb-Air is USCGAS Barbers Point. 1705 would be an
HC-130H7 based out of Barbers Point - LOGS) USCG New Orleans 1352
radio ck w/ CAMSLANT Chesapeake. USCG Guam 1339 calling Tango 807,
but no joy (DHM). Rescue 1501: USCG HC-130H 0214 USB Wkg USCG Group
Fort Macon Re: Sar In Process. USCG RESCUE 6036 Is Also Involved In
the Sar.(DW2) NMD25: USCG Group Detroit, Mi 1643 USB wkg NMN,
CAMSLANT Chesapeake w/rdo ck (rare HF visit). NMO: USCG CommSta
Honolulu, Hi 0822 USB clg J3X, no joy. Coast Guard 01: Commandant
of CG's C-20B 1755 USB (ex-USAF 86-0205) Gulfstream III clg/wkg
CAMSLANT w/rdo ck. (RB) COMMSTA Kodiak 1759 USB wkg CG1700 w/ops
normal and pos 6053N 15014W. Same wkg CG1706 airborne w/ 7 POB
enroute Elmendorf securing rdo grd. CAMSLANT Chesapeake 1316 USB
wkg 6033 w/ ops and posn report. Same wkg M5P re: ACU currently has
their guard. Same wkg S4JG for rdo ck. CAMSLANT 0815 USB wkg X7U w/
neg copy on 3E12 (7845). CAMSLANT advises they are currently
monitoring 3E12 (nil hrd). CAMSLANT 0300 USB wkg 35C ref they
are heading 290 degrees 95NM from to HOTEL, will advise when on
sta. CHARLIE ZERO ALPHA USB 1719 wkg Commsta Honolulu w/ ops and pos
rpt. CG 1603 USB 1719 wkg CAMSPAC Point Reyes re enrt Modesto/
Stockton from McClellan w/7 POB reqing rdo grd. CG 2039 USB 1350 wkg
UI sta re have guard from another sta on 3A11. Commsta Honolulu USB
1515 wkg V4F passing 3387.5. V4F replies have good signal that freq
and Hono advises switch to 3 megs. ANDVT comms
follow on 3387.5
(cud be new 3E/3A tactical freq???) CG 1705 USB 0502 wkg COMMSTA
Honolulu w/ ops normal and posn rpt. 12C USB 0549 wkg CAMSLANT
reqing rdo grd and pass location info to PANTHER. CAMSLANT reqs
parent unit ID. 12C advises negative can't do on this circuit.
CG 6023 USB 0559 wkg CAMSPAC Point Reyes w/ ops normal and posn rpt
4224N 12436W. 12C USB 0600 wkg CAMSLANT ops normal posn: 1751N
06523W. COMMSTA Honolulu USB 0601 clg J3X and E0L w/ no joy. CG 1705
USB 0600 wkg CAMSPAC w/ ops normal and posn rpt 2119N 15318W. CG 1603
USB 0604 wkg CAMSPAC reqing radio guard. Unid USB 1009 UI sta clg
FALCON BASE?? w/ no joy. CAMSPAC USB 1101 wkg CG 1603 re ETA to
homeplate 30mins "make sure someone's in the tower". CG 6013 w/ops
normal posn rpt 4057N 12424W. CG 1603 USB 1411 wkg Group Astoria w/
rdo chk and switching back to pri. CG 6011 USB 1705 wkg Commsta
Kodiak w/ops normal and posn rpt. CG 1601 USB 1706 wkg CAMSPAC Point
Reyes re dep McClellan w/7 POB enrt Travis req: radio grd. Commsta
Honolulu USB 1743 clg D6X w/no joy. CG 6022 USB 1830 wkg CAMSPAC w/
ops normal and posn rpt. CG 6584 USB 1830 wkg CAMSPAC w/ops normal
and posn rpt. CG 1714 USB 2008 clg Commsta Honolulu w/no joy. CG 6514
USB 0313 wkg Commsta Kodiak w/ops normal and posn rpt 5745N 14528W.
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CG 6024 USB 0330 wkg Commsta Kodiak w/ops normal & posn rpt. CG 1790
USB 0332 wkg Commsta Kodiak w/ops normal and posn rpt. 5839N 15643W.
CG 6003 USB 0134 wkg Group Astoria w/ops normal and posn rpt. JOLLY
07860 USB 0300 wkg Commsta Kodiak re contact Offut at DSN then
"disregard you don't have DSN". Passes commercial # 415-603-9357.
Advises Commsta they are a flight of two HH-60's off beach at Santa
Cruz, Monterey & pass they are ops normal to Offut. CG 1501 USB 0432
clg CG 6002 w/no joy. CG 2107 1224 USB wkg CAMSLANT re rdo chk on
8MHz. Moved to 8983 where CAMSLANT accepted radio guard and advised
8MHz pri. 5MHz sec. CG 1700 0730 wkg COMMSTA Kodiak w/ops normal and
posn rpt. CG 6034 or 6534 ?? 1230 USB wkg CAMSLANT re enrt from
Elizabeth City w/4 POB to medevac 6 miles off coast req rdo grd.(EA)
5705
MUSCULAR 1423 USB clg ABDUCTOR X4 then "Be advised, Nothing hrd".(GG)
SPOTLESS USB 0854 wkg NIGHTWATCH 01 re: cudn't reach you on Z175. NW
advises std by will get you a new freq. Passes Z130 and meet there
for rdo chk. (EA) 0TQ 1041 USB wkg PBV, out of EHVB 1026, on task
1040, KA. (RR3) NIGHTWATCH 01 0643 USB worked PAIDOFF in voice and
ANDVT. At 0705, PAIDOFF with 26-character EAM, acknowledged by
NIGHTWATCH 01 at the end of the xmsn. AT 0732, NIGHTWATCH 01 called
WAR46. At 0939, ____ (missed id; maybe NIGHTWATCH 01) with
75-character EAM (GIBUAO...). At 1120, GLASSFULL entered the net.
IMPURITY 0708 USB with 26-character EAM. At 0714 NIGHTWATCH 01
worked IMPURITY. SWISSBOY 0708 USB with 26-character EAM, trailing
GHFS bcst of same, with NIGHTWATCH 01 confirming receipt of the tfc
at the end of the xmsn. At 0727, NIGHTWATCH 01 called GOLFBALL for
a signal ck. At 1056, SWISSBOY called, raised, but did not hear
NIGHTWATCH 01. At 1432, NIGHTWATCH 01 with a 26-character EAM, and
getting BIG BURLEY to confirm receipt of same. At 1612, BIG BURLEY
(unhrd here) worked NIGHTWATCH 01 and exited the net, followed by
NIGHTWATCH 01 wkg GOLFBALL. NIGHTWATCH 01 1710 USB (very strong here)
worked NEIGHBOR (good level), and discussed WAR46 situation on 9016.
NW01 decided to have WAR46 remain on Z175 "..until sun got better",
and they cud then work each other. At 1802, ______ (very weak;
missed id) worked NIGHTWATCH 01 and exited the net through the
challenge process. YARDBIRD 1221 USB calling unid sta. At 1223,
NIGHTWATCH 01 worked YARDBIRD, and moved same to Z160. At 1425,
_____ (too weak to make it out) worked NIGHTWATCH 01 and exited the
net through the challenge process. LONGBOW 1410 USB with EAM
transmission (JGYMAT...) trailing GHFS bcst of same. At 1415,
LONGBOW with a 26-character EAM trailing the GHFS bcst of same. At
1501, LONGBOW called NIGHTWATCH 01 for a signal ck. At 1515,
NIGHTWATCH 01 called LONGBOW for a signal ck. At 1656 ROADCREW worked
NIGHTWATCH 01 for a signal ck. At 1703, LONGBOW worked NIGHTWATCH
01, inquiring about status of WOODWORK (not in the net.) At 1717,
LONGBOW back up and inquiring about status of WOODWORK and INDIRECT,
with NIGHTWATCH 01 advising that neither had cked into the net nor
had they inquired about wkg frequencies. At 1734 NIGHTWATCH 01
advised LONGBOW that he would be monitor only for one hour (lasted
much longer) & LONGBOW told NIGHTWATCH 01 that LONGBOW would "assume
monitor." At 1925 LONGBOW called NIGHTWATCH 01 with no luck so he
exited the net in the blind at 1927. NIGHTWATCH 01 popped up and
reqed that LONGBOW stick around for a little while longer; at 1932
NIGHTWATCH 01 worked LONGBOW, asked for status of ROADCREW, and then
cked LONGBOW out of the net. NIGHTWATCH 01 1425 USB worked WAR
46.(JH)
5711
PACOM 01 0050 USB worked THULE. Also SPAR 46 (same as PACOM 01?)
worked THULE. Phonepatches re equipment problems.(JH) Cape radio
0916 USB wkg/Liberty Star sw. to 2622 for a R.C. Cape radio 0919 USB
wkg/Liberty Star Cape said T-9 minutes. At 0928 UTC Cape radio
reported Liftoff to Liberty Star. At 0938 Liberty Star reporting L &
R posns of booster rocket. I believe they were 78.77W & 30.15N
Liberty also said they were enroute to boosters at this time. (LB2)
5759.1 ROLLING-THUNDER 0210 USB wkg BLACKLIST with requisition reqs (JTRs or
JTARs ?). Mentioned something about F-18s, but I cudn't make it
out.(JJ)
5800
NAMESAKE 2128 USB wkg NIGHTWATCH 01 wants to know if any other stns
in the net apart from NEW CROP. NW01 got him to QSY to 11181 where
NAMESAKE called NW01 no response, and rtrnd to Z150. NW01 cnfmd NEW
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CROP only other net member. NAMESAKE: 2308 USB clg NW01 for any tfc
-none either way. (JR2) SHOULDER 1242 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01.
Active earlier in the pre sunrise period as well. CHARLIE FIVE
VICTOR 0717 USB (fair level; m opr) called BEAVER and _____ OPS
throughout local midnight timeperiod. At 0740, C5V called what
sounded like BLUE CONTROL but was probably something else. NIGHTWATCH
01 1531 USB with 26-character EAM string, sent as it was also sent on
the GHFS, followed by confirmation that ORNAMENT (very strong into
coastal Texas) received this tfc. JURYMAN 0638 USB called and worked
NIGHTWATCH 01 (unhrd to barely hrd here.) At 0641, WAR46 (ok level)
called and worked NIGHTWATCH 01. At 0715, NIGHTWATCH 01 with 26character EAM string, confirming receipt of same from JURYMAN at
conclusion.(JH)
6388
EBA: SN MADRID 1948 CW Marker "cq de EBA navarea three navarea
tres" EBA: SN MADRID 1957 CW Nav warnings (17wpm) in EE repeated in
SS (DW). EBA: SN Madrid 1625 CW navarea wngs. (DW)
6480
TBH3: Turkish Navy, Golcuk 1024 CW [T43B]. V-marker. (ANE)
6683
SAM 300 0248 USB wkg Andrews VIP on "F731" following QSY from 8040
kHz USB (also cked LSB). (RJL) SAM 203: C-20B tail 86-0203 2053 USB
Special Air Mission VIP flt, wkg Andrews VIP w/pp Sherman Airfield re
ETA 2150z. (RB) SPAR 63 0645 USB wkg. Andrews VIP re: arrival at
Ramstein AB. (JJ) SPAR 63 2206 USB worked ANDREWS with long
pp.(JH)
6686.5 OUTBOARD: 1015 USB wkg PINK TIGER passing 6-9 character sets req you
transmit this tfc by any means to MASTER PIECE. PT transmitted msg by
land line.(CH) OUTBOARD (EC-130?) 1021 USB wkg MASTER PIECE, PINK
TIGER, & MYSTERY SHIP, "Pink Tiger this Outboard. req you contact
Master Piece via landline. Have them tell Clean Table to go to Greece
Secondary Plan. I authenticate, time 0918, NY". OUTBOARD 1100 USB w/
Flash-tfc (beginnend met: GGXSYFGR). (RR3) NATO SHAPE "MASTER
PIECE". (SCMAC)
6688
FAF 4042 1706 USB wkg Capitolle. (RR3)
6691
BOOMTOWN 0206 USB wkg SHERLOCK with data comms...Boomtown informs
Sherlock that he is using reverse, Sherlock isn't, resending
data. Sherlock's strength has varied considerably tonight, with
Boomtown remaining a strong S8. At 0211 Sherlock comes up loud and
clear after barely reading a S2 a minute previous.
Both Sherlock
and Boomtown hear a weak sta clg, but cannot make contact. Boomtown
assumes Charlie Delta frequency. (JC5) BOOMTOWN 1613 USB worked
MEMORIZE; into ANDVT at 1620. MICROFILM 0647 USB (strong) called
SWITCHBOY. Unid 1731 USB At least 10 minutes of continuous "t-quad"
type time standard ticking activity with the unid (missed any id
given) operator calling out the minute hacks as "at the tone time
will be 1732 standard time" or "at the tone time will be 173# zulu
standard time."(JH)
6692
Royal Navy Sea Cadet Corps stations, G 1006 USB MFK62, MFP38, MFP34,
MFJ22, MFP29, MFJ99 and MFQ40C (AB)
6697
R9W: 1133 USB clg MKL. Nothing hrd. Octopus 1133 USB wkg MKL req. WX
ETUR (Bruggen) and EBFS (?) in RATT this freq. J2I 1145 USB wkg MKL
wkg RATT, voice coordination. (BH) MKL: USB radio ck I3K-Ops Normal
J3K-calling MKL--Lots Of RATT. British Mil Also US sta tx EAMs
I63WJ7--I63WJ727NKJBA6WFIV67D375AVDKKIPLTXUOKSJ2KDTU6 Sounded Like
"MOBEN" Out. (DR2) 8CA 1405 USB wkg MKL w/relay, from 8CA to 8OO, ops
normal time 1330Z. Req radio-ck on ARCN115 (=9037.0). K7Q 1520 USB
wkg MKL w/relay, from K7Q to 8OO, ops normal at this time. GREEN SKY
hrd here in USB various times w/EAM tfc. (RR3) unk USAF "GREEN SKY".
Royal Navy Kinloss. (SCMAC) MIDSTREAM 1509 USB with a 26-character
EAM (CT356G...) string taken from OFFUTT's 1504 transmission of same
on GHFS. MIDSTREAM was strong here, with heavy rushing noise on his
audio during his transmission. MIDSTREAM repeated this EAM at 1625
and 1655, conforming to past h+25/h+55 minutestamps for these
things.(JH)
6712
Herky 21: C-130 1617 USB wkg Croughton. off frequency, -> 11175, pp
Ramstein CP. Spar 19: EC-135 1647 USB wkg Croughton C-141B, 65-0279
pp Hilda: eta Brussels 2145, won't go to Chievres. Nado(?) 0921 USB
wkg Croughton -> 11244, tfc. (BH) COTAM 1545: 2025 USB C-160 to
Istres WX diversion from Orleans. COTAM 3100: 1150 USB Istres to
Mostar crew 6 44 pax3.2tons cargo. COTAM 1543: 1700 USB C-160 from
Pagina 261
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Evreux to Tours then Tunis N'Djamena Bangui. COTAM 1556: USB C-160
from Orleans to Metz then TunisN'Djamena Bangui. COTAM 1513: 1400
USB C-160 at Landivisiau arrived as "Carvex 15". COTAM 1508: 1430
USB from Cazaux to Orleans. COTAM 1142: 1430 USB to Istres. COTAM
3005: 1630 USB Solenzara to Istres. Apparently all COTAM flights
operating shuttle missions such as this one are allocated one
permanent call-sign; most other COTAM flights have now started 1997
with 1500-onwards mission numbers. COTAM 1524: 1250 USB from Ajaccio
to Figari (Bastia) COTAM 1542: 1330 USB landed at Lanveoc also
followed by another one "Carvex 31". COTAM 1557: 1500 USB from
Brindisi to Incirlik crew 5 6 pax (JP2) Andrews GHFS 0932 USB w/
26ch EAM preamble CTB44L. (EA)
6715
NW01 USB 0230 wkg McClellan w/data tfc. At one point NW reqs to
know what type of modem GHFS is using. McClellan advises CV786. NW01
sends data. At 0234 LUNCHBOX clg McClellan w/ tfc. McClellan advises
std by wkg'ing NW w/ data att. (EA) CWL84 1442 USB wkg BT9P, relay
immediate, A:1334Z B:1353Z C:Nil. (RR3) RAF Cranwell "MUH 5". (SCMAC)
NIGHTWATCH 01 1224 USB worked YARDBIRD. At 1226, STOCKCAR called and
worked YARDBIRD, and discussed the use of freq CHARLIE DELTA.
NIGHTWATCH 01 1513 USB worked MIDSTREAM. ANGRYMAN 1549 USB with two
26-character EAMs (CTY2LW... and CTMH7B...) with each EAM set
broadcast in the normal manner (two times per string) except that he
would transmit each dual set twice.(JH)
6717
Spar 65 0950 USB wkg Andrews. Was near Geneva w/"Civil DV2". (RR3)
Andrews VIP 0649 USB cking Air Force 2 here for possible new pri.
(JJ)
6719.4 FOXTROT-9-INDIA 0025 USB looking for HABITAT w/no joy. HABITAT was,
however, fair-readable here in the Bay Area as they attempted to
establish comms.(JJ)
6730
SPAR 63 2230 USB wkg. Andrews VIP for pps to Heidelberg. Andrews VIP
2035 USB calling SAM 300, with no joy. (JJ)
6734
IDR, IN Rome, I: 1017 CW handkeyed Vs, clg UNID (D7D?) de IDR fr QRK/
QSA (ANDL)
6739
8AQ: Nimrod? 1040 USB wkg Architect for rdo chk. Reach JDF7 2106 USB
wkg Lajes terminating pp. Reach 153 1023 USB clg Mainsail no joy. At
1025 ....04 wkg Architect ->11205 ->4540 (lost him there). (BH) OXL:
1121 USB wkg Architect, req current wx for Kinloss and Leuchars
(Nimrod?). (CH) 'Architekt', RAF........, G: 1200/1400 USB f EE (wx?)
bull. (2x), styl: Belfast 009, Humber 013, Portland 019, Orkney 001,
etc., then req. SFO 9B to call ARCHITEKT, hrd also on 5178 kHz, sked:
h+00 (ANDL) "SFO-86N": 1557 USB clg ARCHITECT. (ANE) Offut 0920 USB
Skyking broadcasts (JM6) X5K: 0048 USB USB clg "any sta this net",
no joy. ZAPPER 21 0053 USB wkg Offutt for pp to SCORPION OPs w/order
for extra large pizza supreme (no onions)
(I kid you not this was
the tfc) (MW) Thule AFB 0016 USB EAM msg. REACHJDF8 0018 USB p/p via
Ascension. Thule breaks in to talk to REACH JDF8 while p/p is being
set up by Ascension. REACH JDF8 sked to arr at KGNU (Norfolk VA)at
0150 per p/p conv. (RM) JACKAL 11 1437 USB wkg ASCENSION w/pp to
BRICKWALL (S. Korean ALCE). (EA) GASSER92 0014 USB Ascension/Gave
new ARCT 1955 Drops are cnx due wx.new EP 3218.7N8648.8W F140-170.
To relat to Command Post. (RD3) (SANTA)? 20 0234 USB wkg LAJES for pp
to Kirkland Dispatch. PP was broken to SANTA..he was trying to
determine the status of parts to be delivered. He seemed irritated
that the pp cud not go through...terminated pp. NWV 120 0012 USB wkg
OFFUTT both very weak here. NWV 120 was stronger than OFFUTT into
Long Island. (JC5) MCCLELLAN, 1506 USB as lead GHFS sta, with a
20-character EAM "FOR IDLE." PACOM 01 0049 USB called THULE. FISHPOND
0636 USB worked MCCLELLAN. OFFUTT 0656 USB called AUTOMATIC "on 6739"
& once "on 6739 and 8968". No known response.LASTMAN 0719 USB called
MAINSAIL. (JH)
6745
Unid:0520 USB A/c wkg Trenton asking for wx Trenton req maintenance
svc report crew count and weight of load prior to landing. Informed
Trenton they did not need a customs ck because they were cked through
earlier. (JM7) CFH: Halifax Military, NS, CAN 1820 USB wkg J54T w/wx
actuals. (RB)
6748
CWL 81 0947 USB BT9P practice msgs. (BH) CWL52 1100 USB wkg BT9P w/
req for latest wx Brggen. (RR3) RAF Cranwell "MUH 5". (SCMAC)
6753
RFFN - UNID (FF ?): 1900 CW w/RFFR, RFFP fr QSA, FF (in CW ??) or
Pagina 262
6754
6757
6758
6761
6798
6816
6817
6825
6830
6830.4
6844.5
6966
6970
6993
7002
7038.8
7038.9
7472.5
7500
7521.5
7535
7536.5
7687
7690
7715.5
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just the typical 4 letters/figures tactical idents ?, also 3132
kHz (ANDL)
Unid:0525 USB Some sort of military VOLMET . Signal very staticy
I know it was military because I kept hearing words like "base" and
"airsta" (Trenton - LOGS) DHN66 1347 USB wkg MAGIC 70 w/req wx for
Waddington, Mildenhall and Coningsby. (RR3)
NW 01 0335 USB clg OBSERVATION...they go voice secure. NW 01 tells
Observation that his callsign is breaking up at his end, and he reqs
that Observation go secure on his count of three to identify himself.
They come up in the clear with MEMORIZE clg NW 01. Memorize tells
NW 01 that he had the wrong day callsign. NW01 authenticates him
into the net. The net has only one other player: HELP ME. NW 01 clg
HELP ME (humorous) w/ no joy. (JC5) Elmendorf USB clg for Nightwatch
01 2 or three times, Says "test test Nightwatch where are you today?"
I hear in the background where are these guys today ? then tell them
to turn off CNN and listen for us. (MH3)
MKL, RAF Pitreavie, G: 2307 CW wx to G7G (ANDL) MKL: RAF Edinburgh,
G 0700 CW Meteo. (ANE) MKL: RAF Edinburgh 1109 CW (DG)
BLUE 03: KC-135? 100w?, 1051 USB wkg BLUE 93. Used as interplane
frequency(JD3) RAID 14 0309 USB called MAINSAIL. Freq active at
least through 0600. At 0514, ASTRA 20 (sounds like) worked ______
OPS (sometimes _____CONTROL; f opr).(JH)
ACROBAT: Andrews AFB, Md 2032 USB wkg PUNISHER on A2 w/data
set-up. (RB)
STOCKER 04 - UNID / USAF tactical??: 2242 USB m EE w/ STOCK 28 (ANDL)
Unid 0105 USB w/ANDVT voice tfc on F667, extremely strong at my
location. (RJL)
FAV22, FA Mont-Valerien, F: 1014 CW FF-text, CW lessons, see 3881
kHz (ANDL)
Air Force 2, 0110 USB DV-2 + 32, wkg. Andrews VIP for pp to SAM
Command. (JJ)
ROMEO-50 2316 USB trying to raise ROMEO-51. No joy. (JJ)
FDC, FAF Metz, F: 1547 CW v-mkr, bad modulation (ANDL)
FDI22, FAF Narbonne, F: 1556/1111 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
"5th Marines" 2125 USB calling any sta this net for a radio ck. No
joy. "Fifth Marines" 1730 USB wkg "15" for KL-43 data tfc. "511" is
also up discussing KL-43 setup details.(JJ)
SAM 203: C-20B tail 86-0203 1820 USB Special Air Mission VIP flt, on
the ground unid loc w/pp SAM COMMAND. (RB) SAM 204 1405 USB worked
ANDREWS with various phonepatches.(JH)
V, RN ??(where)???, RUS?: 0128 CW V-ch mkr (ANLD)
S, RN Archangelsk, RUS: 1259 CW S-ch mkr. (ANDL)
C, RN Moscow, RUS: 1259 CW C-mkr. (ANDL)
FDC, FAF Metz, F: 1116 CW v-mkr, bad modulation (ANDL)
"1st MARDIV" (Marine Division) 2340 USB wkg "3rd LAR," "1st Tank
Battalion Scouts," and others, with radio cks. The amount of HF USMC
tfc is very heavy as of late (last three months) . Maybe with the new
Fiscal year they've found the money to buy some new equipment? (JJ)
FDI8, FAF Aix, F: 1639 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
MAGNOLIA: Unid prob USN ship 1512 USB wkg SESEF Norfolk w/15 ANDVT
tests, probably a static tactical callword. N/A: USS Barry (DDG-52)
1605 USB w/HF testing w/SESEF Norfolk. NEDO: USS Austin (LPD-4) 1613
USB w/start of complete HF testing w/SESEF. NAHM: USS Guam (LPD-9)
1604 USB "tech control" w/req for testing of ten URT-24 xmitters.
NOPQ: USS Thorn (DD-988) 1643 USB w/HF testing. (RB)
HOPPER 53: USN LCAC-53 1617 USB wkg AC4 (Assault Craft Unit 4, Little
Creek, Va) w/all normal report, same craft 2 days later at 1515
w/same msg. HOPPER 78: USN LCAC-78 1656 USB clg HOPPER 55, no joy.
(RB)
SAM 26000: 1030 USB talking about secure fax over HF preferred over
satcom moved to 11460 (JP2)
ACROBAT: Andrews AFB, Md 2103 USB wkg PUNISHER on unid "loop back
circuit" w/data set-up. (RB) SPAR 19 0246 USB wkg Andrews VIP for
Andrews "NCS" meteo/WX (didn't catch the time) and 0700z WX for
Robbins AFB. BLACKLIST 1618 USB wkg ICEPACK, USMC, re: mission status
reports.(JJ) SPAR 63 2130 USB called and raised ANDREWS; into pp.(JH)
Unid 0152 ANDVT comms. Possibly Coast Guard tactical channel
based on .5khz offset and signal strength of comms. (EA)
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DOD Cape 0425 USB wkg USCGC Tampa & USS Duwart. DOD Cape cud not
reach Duwart and was receiving Tampa L&C but Tampa had Cape weak and
barely readable. Cape Radio: 0425 USB wkg/USS Duwart At 0510 Cape
told Duwart to switch to 3041. Cape Radio 0516 USB called Duwart. At
0517 Duwart contacted Cape ok. (LB2)
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MIDSTREAM 1716 USB worked NIGHTWATCH 01 at 1716, and then again at
1724 after NIGHTWATCH 01 changed transmitters (no difference here,
but improved to MIDSTREAM.). SCORECARD 1658 USB worked NIGHTWATCH 01
in voice and data.(JH)
7857
4XZ, IN Haifa, ISR: 1629 CW v-mkr (ANDL) 4XZ: ISR-NY Haifa, ISR CW
1534 VVV DE 4XZ // 7954 kHz (ANG) 4XZ: ISRN Haifa 1842 CW CQ de 4XZ
(DG) 4XZ: Haifa, Israel 1715 CW -v v v de 4xz (MS4)
7909
Unid 1555 USB ANDVT comms. (Coast Guard 3E14) (EA)
7954
4XZ, IN Haifa, ISR: 1628 CW v-mkr (ANDL) 4XZ: ISR-NY Haifa, ISR CW
1534 VVV DE 4XZ // 7857 kHz (ANG) 4XZ: ISRN Haifa 1840 CW CQ de
4XZ (DG) 4XZ: Israeli Navy, Haifa 2200 CW "vvv de 4xz 4xz BT BT"
marker before 5LGs (MC) 4XZ:Haifa Israel 1705 CW -v v v de 4xz (MS4)
4XZ IN Haifa ISR 2313 CW "vvv de 4xz 4xz x x" marker (RM)
8026
SAM 375, 2350 USB 0 DV, transporting "security escort," wkg Andrews
VIP with pps re: 0220z arrival at Andrews AFB. SAM 204 2204 USB wkg
Andrews VIP for pps. Maybe headed for Miami, but too weak for clear
copy. Also tried 6830.
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Air Force 2 0643 USB wkg. Andrews VIP for pp.(JJ) ANDREWS 2128 USB
worked SPAR 63.(JH)
8295.5 "Sub Base Ops" (San Diego?) and "842" UTC? USB w/tfc about arrival/
departure times and refueling skeds. There was mention of Mark 30s,
46 Runners and Mark 50s (torpedoes?). vsl 842 was to dock today at
1700 local. This presumed torpedo recovery craft. (RA) (yes,
probably TRW-842 -LOGS)
8297
AADX: 2220 USB wkg AAC2. After several attempts, contact was made.
AADX passed arrival reports to AAC2...1600z 23Jan Arr Cape Canaveral,
series of numbers passed, 4,666 gallons of water mentioned. Estimated
Time for Departure 27 Jan 0600z for 2 units. One destined for "Port
Haiti?" the other for "Captiva?". At 2238, tfc continues with other
calls involved...very weak into Long Island...mention of Lima Lima
494.(JC5)
8335.5 DRFN: Ensdorf (M-1094) 1353 USB Wkg DHJ59. DRAR: Niedersachsen: 2046
USB Wkg DHJ59. DRKF: Nienburg (A-1416) 0650 USB Wkg DHJ59.(IB)
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TBA: Izmir Naval Radio Turkey 1338 CW de tba (EW)
8634
VTG: Comcen Bombay India 1345 CW cq de vtg (EW)
8903
Unid Sp tfc. 1237 w/ mention of "para Tarapoto" (a major Peruvian
jungle city). Next day @ 1212 hrd someone giving SS airport wx info
(temp, ceiling, etc.) to "Tornado". Then "Gromo" called "Cilio" &
exchanged tfc. Next "Gromo" called "Yarina" & exchanged tfc. "Gromo"
may have been the stn giving wx to "Tornado" and may be net control.
Not hrd in several tries, then again at 1215 w/ "Echo Victor" clg
"Gromo". Also another weak stn clg Gromo, too. After several minutes
Gromo answered, but then Honolulu ATC came on much stronger, so
cudn't hear the conversation. Seems military tactical in nature & am
guessing Peruvian Air Force from context. Needs more work. (DHM)
8968
Lajes: 0016 USB broadcast a 20/more to follow/26 EAM pair:
GW2262... (20) GWD74T... (26) Incirlik then broadcast this pair at
0018z on 4724.0 and 6739. HAYFEVER: 1341 pp Lajes to an unid sta,
passing EAM: I6JYOD... Then: "This is PAPA acknowledge CHARLIE."
Then, a series of single phonetics, w/pauses in-between: "OSCAR KILO
ZULU TWO.repolling(?) KILO repolling ZULU repolling TWO.Then: "This
is PAPA, out. Immediately (1345z), HAYFEVER broadcast the above EAM
on 8968.0. Then at 1346z, HAYFEVER called LAJES on 8968.0, asking for
acknowledgement of tfc. LAJES ack tfc at 1345. Lajes 2102 USB 58-item
EAM with a repeated 6-character substring:2VLBM7... ESESB2... (total
58 items). NIGHTWATCH 01 2255 USB being put through the
authentication process by LAJES (m opr), then passing tfc (JR2) REACH
0241 0057 USB wkg Offutt w/pp to Holloman metro for 0300 ETA,pp w/
HILDA WEST, told to return to Dover as soon as fueled and upload
complete. NAVY ROMEO GULF 560 0025 USB wkg McClellan AFB pp to DSN
359-9213 (Moffit Base Ops) with updated 1730 local ETA, req for fuel,
req to notify Naval Air Reserve that they have a 1 VICTOR 7 onboard.
Told where to park.(MW) MOOSE 50: C-17 437th AW, Charleston? 2125
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USB wkg Thule GHFS w/pp Charleston meteo re 2200z wx. ASTRO 10: Unid
a/c 0357 USB wkg Offutt GHFS w/pp Travis CO re AR status. SIERA 74:
Unid KC-10 0431 USB wkg Hickam GHFS w/pp Lajes CP req MOP level for
-?, req they ck w/TALCE, then adv would contact TALCE direct. (RB)
AIREVAC 0038 0550 USB w/pp to HICKAM CP/METERO via HICKAM GLOBAL. CP
advises contact on 349.4 one half hour out. WAFER751 1059 USB clg
MAINSAIL. UI wkg same w/pp DSN 476-2547 (Brunswick NAS, ME).
ASSURANCE 0944 USB w/26 ch. EAM GWJG6C preamble. Then ASSURANCE
stding by for more tfc. Nothing hrd ASSURANCE out. ASSURANCE 1115
USB wkg NIGHTWATCH 01 via pp from Elmendorf. Tried sig chks on
Z180, Z190, Z175 w/negres. ASSURANCE advises will contact via pp
if they have tfc. McClellan GHFS 1648 USB w/20 ch. EAM "FOR REGION
CHARLIE". Hickam GHFS 2118 USB w/20ch EAM "FOR YOKO" JXJL4Z preamble.
RAINFALL 0458 USB wkg NIGHTWATCH 01 re meet on Z140, neg comms there
then meet on Z125, finally good comms although both stas
considerably weaker this QTH on Z115. RAINFALL then authenticates
into the net. RD009 0828 USB wkg YOKOTA w/ modem tfc for what sounded
like INLICTION??. YOKOTA replies they will relay. SHOULDER 1456 USB
w/26ch EAM. GWQ6NY preamble. RAZOR 29 1210 USB wkg UI re chk freq.
CHARLIE 6. Offut GHFS USB 1800 w/EAM 4QURQ... McClellan GHFS USB 1819
wkg TATOO or TATOOED re freqs for NW. GHFS then passes Z180 (pri)
and Z170 (sec). ADVANTAGE?? USB 0758 w/26ch. EAM. At item 19
broadcast pauses and background voice says "start over". String is
repeated to final. CT5FZU preamble. OFFUT GHFS USB 1309 w/6ch. EAM
broadcast of preamble only 2VWR6J. String was broadcast normally up
to msg follows then 2VWR6J I say agn. Don't think I've ever hrd that
one! Shortly after at 1314 OFFUT w/20ch. EAM 2VIVXM simulcast on
11175. OFFUT USB 1318 w/20ch. EAM CTB6FB preamble. RAZOR 22 USB 0006
wkg UI GHFS w/pp to RAYMOND 19. NIGHTWATCH 01 USB 0215 wkg UI sta re:
trying to contact MacDill or McClellan. UI sta advises try 8992 or
11175. Unid USB 0319 caught tail end of this "...this is DELTA 6
OSCAR, I relinquish the net". UI f replies "rgr out". NAVY PF675
USB 0328 wkg McClellan (pilot pronounced it McClaylan) w/pp to OFFUT
Base Ops 351-8501 re: inbound and require fuel, ??, & a laboratory
service cart. LD10H 1301 USB clg MAINSAIL w/no joy. (EA) Navy LK932
1411 USB wkg Lajes, w/pp DSN450-7009, Navy Duty Keflavik. On deck at
1215Z ETA Keflavik 1630Z. Shadow 67 1457 USB wkg Lajes w/pp Blackhat,
went Pepper at time 1305Z, Scarlet at time 1358Z. ETA ENEV 1445Z.
Req current status of Shadow 68. (RR3) Reach 5004: C-5 0921 USB wkg
Lajes w/pp Ramstein CP. ETA 1135. (JD3) McClelland 1954 USB wkg PP
for RAID 14 UNID DSN#. McClelland 1954 USB wkg PP for NIGHTSTAR
reqing RAYMOND 19 to ck with there tanker GASSER 41 at DNS#866-7744
due to thunderstorms in the AR (NIGHSTAR also used the callsign RAZOR
22). Lajes 2002 USB wkg PP for GUMBO 48 Lajes meteo. UNID 2022 USB
wkg PP for CANTOR 93 DNS#488-6161-Seymour Johnson. NAVY PF675 2011
USB calling Andrews for a radio ck,weak but readable.(MF2) MCCLELLAN,
1615 USB as lead GHFS sta, with 30-character EAM (JXXWU5...).
CHOCOLATE 1555 USB with a "repeat" 26-character EAM transmission at
1555; 1625; and 1655, simulcast on 8968 and 15016. At completion of
the 1625 transmission, CHOCOLATE called MAINSAIL and raised OFFUTT
for NIGHTWATCH 01 wkg freqs: ZULU 175/ZULU 210 (which he mishrd as
ZULU 215.) OFFUTT, 1612 USB as lead GHFS sta, with 66-character EAM
"FOR DIVE". ANDREWS 0630 USB at fair levels here with 26-character
EAM on 8968, 6712 but not hrd on 11244. Not hrd at 0730.(JH)
SENTRY 30 1821 USB called MAINSAIL for a signal ck. At 2125, SPAR 63
worked OFFUTT with a phonepatch to ANDREWS VIP (move to 752). (JH)
FIGHTING TIGER: 761 1731 USB wkg O9D relaying comms, later clg
FIGHTING TIGER 760. FIGHTING TIGER: 756 1734 USB wkg O9D w/spare
group msg. (RB) Unid 0412 USB Weak ui ground sta advising "per
JIATF divert one a/c to area" (tgt fades). Definite counter narc
activity here. Also had lots of encryption on COTHEN net and LL#
c/s activity on 5.696 this eve. WAFER754 1048 USB wkg O9D relay from
8HM re: spare group four ATT. Very poor comms between stas. WAFER
practically shouting info. TRIDENT03 1244 USB clg 8HM w/ neg
results. Various c/s USB 1217 RUFF 23 clg UI sta. M1P wkg TRIDENT 03
re what is your course and speed. a/c replies 15 from SW corner of
Xray Xray. QUEBEC clg FALCON FLIGHT. TRIDENT 03 wkg RABBIT 30 (UK
accent) re coordinate Uniform freq for BUGS BUNNY. RABBIT advises
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BUGS BUNNY up on this freq. M1P reqing TRIDENT 03 course, speed,
altitude, time on sta, and fuel state. TRIDENT gives 075 at 134
X-ray X-ray 3 nm at stand off. At 1244 UI sta clg BLUE SKY.
(Haven't hrd this one personally since 91-92). 7GA wkg S4JG for rdo
chks. Both stas considerably stronger here. FOXTROT TANGO wkg 7GA
re are you a member of the "CHARLIE NOVEMBER 101 net" and can you go
green this cct. ANDVT comms follow. At 1256 FT clg M1P. M1P
currently wkg TRIDENT 03 re squawking all modes and codes as per the
green. M1P reqs are you copying my "father" ?? At 1310 FT and 7GA
wkg S4JG for rdo chks. ANDVT follows. UI sta reqs BUGS BUNNY's posn
from "mother". B/B replies 109 at 51. At 1320 SLUG 01 clg FT w/
negres, then calls BLUE STAR. Advises BLUESTAR "I can have Alligator
Playground up in 2 mikes" "I can receive but no transmit as I have
one HF at this time". At 1339 4DL clg 7GA w/negres. At 1404 QUEBEC
clg SLUG 01 w/negres then cls any sta this net w/negres. About this
time I fell asleep w/ my nose on the keypad. S4JG 1222 USB clg for
rdo chk w/no joy. BLUETAIL 01 1230 USB wkg QUEBEC re change Alligator
Playground freq to D26. QUEBEC advises will ck w/ FOXTROT TANGO.
BLUETAIL 01 again reqing new freq as current A/P freq interfering w/
Safety of Flight comms. QUEBEC advises switch to D22. BLUETAIL wkg
8JJ re switch A/P comms to D22. At 1251 2JA clg A7V and 3FM w/no joy.
At 1301 WAFER740 clg A7V w/no joy. CARDFILE 03 0726 USB clg BLUESTAR
for rdo chk w/no joy. (EA) S4JG 1110 USB wkg 4PN, change to
frequency, designator 200KD. (RR3)
Magic 67(?) 1245 USB wkg DHN66, requ pp ICAOC2 234-2046. (RR3)
COMMSTA New Orleans 1526 wkg F5T after moving here from 5696. Sounds
like CG had a long night as 1) after trying to wk F5T this freq
advised QSY to 8983 (funny, I thought they were on 8983!) F5T advises
rgr switching to 8983, 2)COMMSTA then advised he had already assumed
radio guard for another F5T c/s. (EA) JULIETT 9 UNIFORM 2000 USB
passing ops normal to CAMSLANT. At 2001 CG2140 req CG2131 establish
radio guard with CAMSLANT. CG2140 enroute OPA-LOCKA from GITMO.(MF2)
MKL, RAF Pitreavie, G: 1200 CW wx bull: GR11 = 2ZM WA2 ...= PP TAFS
= EGQK 1206... (also wx fm EGQL, EGPF, EGXW), end 1212: VVV DE MKL by
handkey.(ANDL)
TRENTON MILITARY 1814 USB worked CANFORCE 56.(JH)
RCH 5011: 0143 USB wkg Ascension. pp metro for Ramstein at 0500 and
M'hall at 0600. Pirep= C141, fl390, N30 33 - E20 54. pp Hilda E (?)
passed arrival msg. t/n 60184 est blocks at Ramstein 0600. Might use
M'hall as alt if wx too bad at Ramstein. (CH) TEAL38 1829 USB wkg
MacDill terminating pp. SAM 26000 1830 USB wkg Ascension pp metro.
(KW2) DANDA 49: Unid a/c 1735 USB wkg MacDill GHFS w/pp Rosie
Roads CP.(I had a DANDA self id as a C-141B 62nd AW, McChord AFB, WA
- LOGS) OCEAN 72: Unid a/c 1755 USB wkg MacDill GHFS w/pp Kelly wx,
ID's as C-141 during Pirep. HAVOC 69: Unid a/c 1738 USB wkg MacDill
GHFS w/pp 860-DSN. NAVY LY925: P-3C of VR-92 "Minutemen" (USNR), NAS
Brunswick, Me 1740 USB clg mainsail, no joy (probably as few Navy
a/c state their clg freq). TORCH 78: KC-135E 108th ARW McGuire AFB,
NJ? 1641 USB wkg MacDill w/pp TACC West, dep KHRT 1630z, est MHZC
2100z. (RB) NW01 USB 0219 clg MacDill and McClellan w/no joy. (EA)
MacDill 1511 USB EAM with prefix 2VPJCM. Unid FF 1840 USB m with
voice cadence typical of military comm. He is calling out numbers
and mentioning the word "kilohertz". The comms are short, but have
been noted several times between 1700-1900z on 8992. The signal is
strong to my QTH, but one side audible only. I have a listed
frequency for the Circus Net (French AF) as 8993, but this tfc is
definitely on 8992. Anyone know this one? NWV 120 0010 USB wkg
OFFUTT for Radio ck. NWV having trouble copying OFFUTT, OFFUTT
switches to 6739 with NWV 120. (JC5) MACDILL 1606 USB worked SPAR
46, with SPAR 46 off freq at 8991.57+/- (also off freq on 11175).
MACDILL ran a phonepatch for this flight, and appeared to be able
to adjust for the deviation (which SPAR 46 apparently cud not
control.)(JH)
"Xray Delta Zero one" 0720 USB wkg Auckland with posrep (AW) JUNGLE
827 USB 1946 wkg UNCLOUDED re ops normal report. JUNGLE 827 had a
distinct Australian accent while UNCLOUDED was definitely US.
AnyWUN have any ideas on this one? (EA)
TRENTON MILITARY 1817 USB worked CANFORCE 56.(JH)
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______ RADIO MAINTENANCE (cud not make out full id) 1912 USB called
_____ (maybe RAYMOND 07) for a radio ck. SENTRY 30 1807 USB called
RAYMOND 07 for a signal ck. No response. Found later on 8968.(JH)
SFO 40 1045 USB wkg Thule on discreet freq. (GD3) ASSURANCE 1118 USB
clg NIGHTWATCH on Z175 w/negres after moving here from 8968. TORTILLA
0059 USB wkg NIGHTWATCH w/ authentication into net. NW advises Z145
(pri) Z175 (sec) then switch to Z145 for sig ck. Nil hrd thista.
SPOTLESS USB 0853 clg NIGHTWATCH 01 on Z175. Nothing hrd and
switching to Z145. Unid USB 1704 Heavy ANDVT comms. Believe this
was NW01/NW02 according to Jeff Haverlah's post. Clear comms were
too weak to make out c/s. NW01 USB 0226 wkg McClellan advising switch
6715 for data tfc. (EA) REBELLION 1628 USB worked NIGHTWATCH 01. At
1646, MCCLELLAN (fair level) worked ELMENDORF (unhrd here in coastal
Texas) with voice and attempted data comms, finally finishing up
(unsuccessfully) at 1722. The initial xmsns from MCCLELLAN consisted
of telco "rushing" sounds, mixed with very musical "whales" sounds
(sounding like the "contact" score in "Close Encounters of the Third
Kind" they way it should have been written), and squealing feedback
sounds, all mixed together. CHOCOLATE 1630 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01.
At 1640, CHOCOLATE called and raised NIGHTWATCH 01 (unhrd here.) At
1832, CHOCOLATE worked ROADSHOW(or maybe ROADKILL); at 1833 BUSHPILOT
worked CHOCOLATE SHOULDER 2107 USB called STARWISH (apparent acting
ncs in the absence of NIGHTWATCH 01) and exited the net through the
challenge process. At 2019, WAR46 called NIGHTWATCH 01 with no
response. At 2021, STARWISH with 26-character EAM, trailing GHFS
bcst of same. WAR46 1708 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01, but raised
NEIGHBOR. NEIGHBOR called and raised NIGHTWATCH 01 (unhrd here, and
very weak to WAR46) for WAR 46. Moved to 5705. WAR46 1626 USB called
and raised NIGHTWATCH 01, and then WAR 46 reqed a move to ZULU 210.
NIGHTWATCH 01 1523 USB with a now very rare 20-character CT.. EAM
string (CT5BNW...), trailing the GHFS (OFFUTT) broadcast of same. At
1536, NIGHTWATCH 01 worked ______ (too weak to make out id) who
entered the net, and was advised that RETENTION was using ZULU 125.
At 1545, RETENTION worked NIGHTWATCH 01 and cked ZULU 120. At 1546,
RETENTION worked STINGRAY. At 1630, NIGHTWATCH 01 called RETENTION
(no joy) & STINGRAY. At 1652, NIGHTWATCH 01 w/26-character EAM,
simulcasting on 9016 & 11229. At 1721, NIGHTWATCH 01 worked AWARENESS
& entered him into the net via the challenge process, adv that
STINGRAY & RETENTION were also in the net, & told AWARENESS that his
queue consisted of 2 items. At 1733, STINGRAY worked NIGHTWATCH 01
& advised NW01 that he was going monitor only for 1.5 hours.
NIGHTWATCH 01 1625 USB called and raised TROCADARO (sounds
like). FISTFUL 1727 USB called and worked NIGHTWATCH 02. ATt 1736,
NIGHTWATCH 02 worked CATHEDRAL. At 1741, FISTFUL worked NIGHTWATCH
01 in clear voice and ANDVT. At 1816, NIGHTWATCH 01 worked
NIGHTWATCH 02, with NIGHTWATCH 02 apparently in the middle of VLF
comms. NIGHTWATCH 01 1516 USB worked LONGBOW. FOGTOWN 1535 USB worked
NIGHTWATCH 01. NIGHTWATCH 01 advised FOGTOWN that NW01 had cked him
out of the net earlier due to lack of comms, and put FOGTOWN through
the CHALLENGE process. FOGTOWN then inquired as to status of OUTPLAY
and was told that NW01 had cked OUTPLAY out of the net due to lack of
comms as well. STEDMAN 1426 USB worked NIGHTWATCH 01 and enters the
net. NIGHTWATCH 01 advised him that he was the only player in the
net and that there was no current tfc.(JH)
Unid USB 0507 UI a/c w/ interplane chatter. Very informal. Re: will
call later about dropping the formation. (EA) ?? GASER 92 0045 USB
with 93 confirming contact with one another. GASER 92 tells 93 that
he is going to relay the freq to JAWS 52 and bring JAWS up on HF.
Several minutes later, JAWS 52 comes up. 92 reqs he stay on freq for
coordination and informs him that 93 is present on freq. At 0055
GASER 93 established contact with JAWS 52. 9018 designated Hotel Fox
in all comms. GASER 92 & 93 having some trouble reading each other.
GASER 92 Burning 29 Yankee. GASER 92 needs GASER 93's eta to
Charlie 2 and Charlie 3. 11175 is given as alternate for resuming
contact. (JC5)
DEERHUNTER SIERRA 1845 USB wkg DRAGNET SIERRA re modem ? problems.
Moving to frequency B-25 (not found). DEERHUNTER adv DARKSTAR MIKE
and DARKSTAR NOVEMBER also "in this link" but DARKSTAR MIKE not hrd
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because of "AR" (MG) CHALICE ALPHA 1947 USB reqing unit posns from
OAK GROVE. At 1949, CHALICE ALPHA passing track report. CHALICE
CHARLIE 1921 USB clg NIGHTSTAR SURVEILLANCE, nothing hrd(MF2) DRAGNET
SIERRA 1818 USB worked DEERHUNTER. ("Uniform 387.8"). BLUECRAB 1656
USB called DEERHUNTER for a HF ck. No reply. ALLERGIC 1758 USB (good
level here; as in the past, callword began with an "A") called and
worked WGY 912 for a HOTEL dtg msg. At 1820, WGY 911 (strong level)
worked ALLERGIC and passed a HOTEL dtg msg. At 1902, ALLERGIC called
and raised WGY 901. Typical monthly next-to-last-week-of-the-month
activity from these stas. BANDSAW GOLF 1751 USB active.(JH)
Petrol 06 1610 USB wkg Argenaut. (RR3)
SFO103N: RAF, SFOR 1456 USB wkg Architect wx. K3B: Nimrod 1035 USB
wkg Architect wx GMTT. (BH) MET 59: 1628 USB wkg Architect. Req TAF
for Lyneham. 99.9% sure MET was METMAN but why the short c/s? (CH)
IFN42 1042 USB wkg Architect, Dep EDDG 0905/10 ETA LDSP 1135/40.(RR3)
RRR4902: C-130 LTW, 1041 USB wkg Architect. Dep EGDL 0920, Estimating
LXGB 1330 SELCAL: AH-JL. RRR4900: C-130 LTW, 1042 USB wkg Architect.
CWL81: Dominie 55Sqn 1229 USB wkg Architect for rdo chk.(JD3)
MKL 0954 USB wkg K7Q (msg relay). (RR3) Royal Navy Kinloss. (SCMAC)
Cape radio 1537 USB and Liberty Star Establishing this freq as
workable. At 1539 DRD to Liberty Star for a radio ck. At 1540 Cape
Radio calling Liberty Star. At 1541 DRD to Liberty Star..Liberty had
DRD medium strength. At 1542 Liberty Star has the boosters and they
are pumping air. At 1605 DRD to Liberty Star (LS reports L.H. booster
semi lost). At 1621 Liberty Star to DRD L.H. in full log mode and tow
connected At 1629 Liberty Star reports R.H. in full log mode. At 1633
Liberty Star reports they will be at Port Canaveral tomorrow at 1230
will call then. (LB2)
MIDSTREAM USB 1653 wkg NIGHTWATCH who advises go to Z205 for rdo
chks. MIDSTREAM on Z205 but nothing from NIGHTWATCH. Later MIDSTREAM
wkg NW back on 9057 re cudn't reach your sta on 205. NW passed
other freqs but due to hvy QRM hrd thista cudn't make them out. WAR46
USB 1745 wkg NW w/sig chks in the clear and ANDVT. PART TIME USB 0352
clg SUN SPOT?? on Z180 w/negres. SUN SPOT?? USB 0354 wkg PART TIME w/
rdo chks. PART TIME advises "lima, charlie" and advises SUN SPOT to
"have a nice flight" . (EA) NIGHTWATCH 01 1522 USB with 26-character
EAM (GWON6P...), trailing the GHFS bcst of same, followed by
NIGHTWATCH 01 wkg MEMORIZE. AT 1928, NIGHTWATCH 01 w/145-character
EAM (GITYEI...), trailing the GHFS bcst of same. BRANDY 1857 USB
(very strong here) activity at 1857, and 1915 (tail end of a comm
that he id'd as "918 WHISKEY"). at 1932, BRANDY called "in the
clear" HAMPSTER and passed HOTEL 221930 in the blind. ORNAMENT 1537
USB (very weak here) called and worked NIGHTWATCH 01 (unhrd here.)
MIDSTREAM 1513 USB worked NIGHTWATCH 01. AT 1542, MIDSTREAM called
NIGHTWATCH 01, and then called and raised PLAYSUITE. At 1629, WAR46
called NIGHTWATCH 01 for a radio ck, with his first call at very weak
levels here, and his second call at strong level. At 1655, MIDSTREAM
(different opr than the operator simultaneously active on 6697 at
1655 with a repeat EAM string) called NIGHTWATCH 01, then 'any sta
this net'. At 1703, MIDSTREAM called NIGHTWATCH 01 and PLAYSUITE.
At 1824, PLAYSUITE worked NIGHTWATCH 01 and told NW01 that TATOOED
was trying to reach him on ZULU 170. At 1913, PLAYSUITE with
26-character EAM (CTX4HS...), and called NIGHTWATCH 01, MIDSTREAM,
and TATOOED at end of transmission for verification of receipt.
BACKPACK 1803 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01. Then called out that he was
moving to ZULU 185.(JH)
BACKPACK 1804 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01. Freq clear of swbc het
qrm.(JH)
NW RPT NR 29 ==NR 29 NI V ZC7N 0451050 NP1M GR 33 ==, 2nd and last
grp are the same, msg given 2 times, end w/AR AR, back to V-mkr,
header given at start/end of each msg, 1002 5 FGS/0=0, 0902 cont.
same open EE text: GENERAL NOTES >1< INWARD-BOUND vslS SHOULD SEND
reqS FOR PILOTS 6H AND 1H IN ADVANCE > 21H AND 3H IN ADVANCE FOR
ROUTE T, SKAGEN - BORNHOLM - SKAGEN < TO THE APPROPRIATE PILOT
sta STATING. ==NNN... , any idea abt the meaning ? 4XZ, IN Haifa,
ISR: 0203/1104/1645 CW v-mkr, 1045/1305/1503 5 LGS/no special signs,
header: ==NR 19 UE V IJ0L 035150 ZC0L GR 53==, next: ==AR AR (ANDL)
Cape Radio 1450 USB re STS81 Solid Rocket Booster recovery tfc. (GH)
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Cape Radio 2335 USB up with Unid sta discussing the WX Satellite
outlook that he just observed on The WX Channel. At 2354 Cape Radio
come up with Antigua Radio...Cape saying meet me on the Autowire, the
circuit should be good. I am going to do a reset on the TMS and get
back to you. At 0001, Cape Radio clg Antigua Radio. Indications here
are that are still problems between us (Cape) & Houston. Both Black
and Red TMS are not up. I'll call you back. At Cape up with Antigua
again. Cape passing this msg. just got off the phone with Worldcom.
They say that the signal is a little below nominal. just enough to
keep the TMS's here and at your sta from letting the signal get
through. They (worldcom) are going to try to get permission to turn
up the signal to get it to lock.(JC5) Cape radio 1528 USB telling
Liberty Star to switch to 14973. (LB2)
10805
AVENGER 2232 USB wkg HENSHAW, and possibly others in ANDVT. I only
caught the calls by chance when AVENGER mistakenly keyed up in clearvoice mode for a few seconds. (JJ)
10871.9 S, RN Archangelsk, RUS: 1218 CW S-ch mkr (ANDL)
10872
C, RN Moscow, RUS: 1218 CW C-ch mkr (ANDL)
11100
Unid 1915 USB came across what sound like Two AMC a/c doing Training,
It was like a open intercom between two Pilots, They were running
though all kinds of inflight Emergencies very interesting stuff and
lots of talk of how C-141 Handles. (MH3)
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Reach 7F5: C-141B, 67-0025 0923 USB wkg Croughton pp Hilda: tailnr.
70025 mission nr. ABB7F5, etb 1200 A1, 19 pallets/31000 lbs, 7 pieces
reg. mail. pp PMSV wx OEKH (Al Kharg?) 1200, pirep unreadable. (BH)
11175
Reach 1819 1228 USB pp to Hilda East. dep LUKK (Kishinev, Moldova),
arrived LROP (Bucharest, Romania) 1215. Tail 60162. Reach 1001 1640
USB wkg Ascension. pp to Hilda East, inbound GVAC (Sal, Cape Verde
Islands) ETA blocks 1910 UTC 20,000lbs cargo, 18 pax, A2 (#2, HF
radio inoperative) Tail, 70-005. Navy JM 101 1335 USB wkg Incirlik,
req a radio ck, was getting lonely up here! (AD2) RAIDER23:1620 USB
wkg MACDILL (both stas S9+10) w/ pp to DSN 346 1315 at YOUNGSTOWN.
When connected with the command post they spoke with BATTLESTAR about
where they cud get about 25k fuel 12l LOX and their toilet serviced.
GREYHAWK02 1627 USB wkg MCCLELLAN w/ pp (for training) "autovon" 564
1289 ext ***. When connected GREYHAWK02 confirmed reception w/their
base had good copy then terminated. REACH0216 1630 USB wkg ALBROOK.
ALBROOK asked if it was "TCC American". When ALBROOK returned they
had a pp to HILDA. req WX rpt for (possibly CC) and told forecast
severe. will have to divert they will now land in severe WX. REACH
0601 1847 USB wkg OFFUTT w/ pp to TRAVIS command post.wanted 60k
fuel on arrival. -reqed tomorrows flight plan when they arrived for
their AJC807 1645 mission tomorrow where they'd be flying to
ELMENDORF and (DAKODA?). (prob Yokota, Japan - LOGS) REACH0601 1851
USB wkg OFFUTT w/ pp TRAVIS METRO for WX forcast REACH0601 gave them
WX conditions for 'about 100 miles West of Cheyenne Wyoming'.
REGIS48 1856 USB wkg OFFUTT w/pp to (??????? Air National Guard?).
OFFUTT 1925 USB with (EAM?) It was very short. "Please echo skyking
skyking do not answer (then a short Alpha sequence)"I found the same
thing occurring on 15.016 11.244 ect (AR) Reach 08V3 1109 USB pp
PMSV, pirep: 410955n 0071144e fl330 (that's lots of digits in the
posn... must be accurate to a centimeter!) IFO 15: (C-17A, IFOR) 1115
USB wkg Croughton pp Ramstein PMSV wx Taszar, Split, Zagreb (all
1300) & Sarajewo 1200, pirep: C-17 over Slovenia Navy MO578 1118 USB
clg Mainsail. No joy. Reach G5: (C-17A, 90-0532) 1129 USB wkg
Croughton pp Ramstein AMCC: tailnr. 00532, etb 1340, A1, req. 120K
fuel, RON, 10 crew, no space A, no off load, req coordinate outbound
cargo. pp Ramstein PMSV wx ETAR 1330, Mildenhall 1430. Initiating
w/"We're a C-17 inbound Ramstein". Spar 99: C-9? 1547 USB clg
Mainsail. No joy. Navy LN454: P-3 1550 USB wkg Andrews. a/c
unreadable, pp DSN 942-2099 (xxxx Duty Office). Reach 1228 1556 USB
clg Mainsail. No joy. Navy LT925: P-3 1058 USB wkg Incirlik pp DSN
624-5121 (nothing hrd as I had to pay attention to little Mark:-)).
Reach 6F7Y: C-141B, 64-0628 1058 USB wkg Incirlik pp Hilda East,
tailnr 40628, req early departure out of OMFJ. Magic 58: E-3 1059 USB
clg Incirlik. No joy. Navy CW370 1151 USB clg Mainsail. No joy. Spar
65 0943 USB wkg Ascension also wkg Incirlik later. Reach 0241: C-141B
65-0241 1006 USB Croughton pp PMSV wx Ramstein 1330. Reach 1064:
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C-141B 64-0653 1007 USB wkg Croughton pp Hilda East: tailnr. 40653,
passed MC6, inform appropriate agencies. (MC6 is on the Dutch-UK FIR
boundary). Troic 42: 1010 USB wkg Ascension c/s spelled. Ops normal
1008. Navy WC22 1012 USB wkg Ascension rdo chk. Airevac 10T6: C-9
1030 USB clg Mainsail. no joy. Raider 24 1452 USB wkg MacDill a/c
unreadable, pp. Reach 1819 1613 USB wkg Ascension pp Hilda East,
enrt to Frankfurt, discussing poss overflight of next sta straight to
Turkey.(BH) SPAR 66: 1050 USB wkg Incirlik w/pp Andrews. Neg contact
on F271 & F250. Andrews was having radio problems. 66 req discreet
freq fm Incirlik but was not given one. pp European DSN 480-5541.
req from crew for schedule next week. On gnd, will be taking off at
1230z, 0130 local. SPAR 66 & RCH G3: 1105 USB both clg M'sail, no
reply. RCH T1: 1114 USB wkg Incirlik w/pp metro for arr 1330. posn
3628N 2105 E C141. Req AMCC, unable so pp w/ Hilda E. t/n 50270 A2
for minor write ups. RCH 612: 1131 USB wkg Croughton w/pp Ramstein
AMCC. C141 t/n 40612, mission 4W5, A1, cargo etc. posn 50 40N 24 30W.
CANFORCE 3115: 1022 USB clg Croughton, no joy. (CH) "HERKY 99": 1339
USB clg MAINSAIL, no reply. "ISO 04": 1539 USB clg MAINSAIL, no joy.
"REACH 1819" 1440 USB w/RAMSTEIN, req wx for Frankfurt. REACH 0463
1453 USB wkg unid USAF sta. (ANE) REACH GULF 3 1721 USB wkg Croughton
pp Metro wx for Frankfurt & Mildenhall, dep LICZ 1300Z. AADE 1722 USB
wkg MacDill re pp AAC2 (DSN-927-XXXX) passed ops report. HAWK 81 1732
USB wkg Hickam re msg relay ops normal dep 1735Z (KW2) DERBY 85 1429
USB wkg Albrook AFB, Panama w/pp to Howard Metro. reqed WX for
SELT (Latacunga, Ecuador) and SEQU (Quito, Ecuador). LINDY 15 1326
USB wkg Hickham AFB, Hawaii with phonepatch to Norfolk Naval Air sta.
LINDY 15 had dep Guantanamo Bay, CUBA at 1200 and was enroute to
Norfolk NAS. (DR3) AUTOMATIC: 2057 USB wkg McClellan req NightWatch
freqs McClellan advised AUTOMATIC to use z175 prime and z210 sec to
contact NightWatch. (JM6) Israel AF 002: 1150 USB calling Mainsail
(JP2) SENTRY 33: 2155 USB wkg Albrook for radio ck. CHILL 12:2137 USB
wkg Albrook for radio ck . JESSE 92: 1921 USB wkg MacDill to DSN
363-7423 no answer. REACH 409H: 1922 USB wkg MacDill for phonepatch
to FURIOUS and Howard metro, A/C is C-141, ETA 2230, cargo and
passenger details. MOOSE 14: 1935 USB wkg MacDill for phonepatch to
Roosevelt Roads Command Post, flight of 2 C-17s, ETA 2235, both a/c
need fuel. MAINSAIL 1938 USB EAM for TACAMO CENTRAL and SECONDARY, 6
character preamble (2VSSRY), 14 character msg. REACH 70 1942 USB wkg
MacDill, poor reception by both parties, MacDill tells a/c to QSY
14615, reception no better, QSY 15016, no more tfc hrd. I've never
hrd 14615 used before. HUSKY 65: 2202 USB wkg Offutt for phonepatch
to McCord CP and metro, (ETA 0100, a/c C-141) . SAM 203 1743 USB wkg
MacDill for pp to Andrews VIP, sked to meet of freq F117, several
more patches over the next 30 minutes. REACH 0222: 1745 USB wkg
MacDill for pp to Westover CP re/ETA. LANCER 11: 1748 USB wkg
Ascension. MOOSE 14: Flight 1754 USB wkg MacDill for pp to HILDA tail
#s 923292 and 891189 re Charleston ETA . GULF 6 KILO: 1758 USB clg
SKYKING for radio ck, no joy. 3 OSCAR LIMA 1801 USB clg "any stn this
net" for radio ck,repeat, no joy. HOBBY 75 1839 USB wkg Offutt for pp
re ETA, crew, C-130 departure info, pp to Keesler AFB #, answering
machine, pp to Keesler AFB operator for local call, another answering
machine. MPAC ? 266 0034 USB wkg unid QTH, looses contact, Ascension
tries to contact a/c, no joy. SAM 203 0036 USB wkg Ascension for pp
to Andrews VIP for contact freq, told to go to F311 (11220). ZAPPER
21 0038 USB wkg Ascension for pp to DSN number 11220 SAM 203 0039 USB
wkg Andrews for radio ck, pp to Norfolk metro for 0130 ETA. WISE ? 82
0049 USB wkg Offutt for pp to DSN number (SEMINOLE OPs), status
report. SAM 204 1405 USB wkg Albrook for phonepatch to Panama DSN
number, General on a/c in conversation with Admiral on ground. KING
22 2037 USB wkg Ascension for phonepatch to McGuire metro for WX at
ECHO KEY (location FOK) for 2118 ETA. REACH 6029 2049 USB wkg MacDill
for pp to Scott AFB (TACC) for WX at Dover for 0130 ETA. GUMBO
08 0025 USB wkg McClellan for radio ck. GASSER 92 0025 USB wkg
Ascension for phonepatch to Maxwell metro (493-2071). PAYDIRT 22 0029
USB clg MacDill, no joy, (MacDill comes up about 5 minutes later USB
clg PAYDIRT to tell them that their phonepatch is complete, PAYDIRT
does not hear the call. REACH 452 0030 USB wkg Ascension for
phonepatch to TACC (id is HILDA EAST) with ETA 0310 at KAEX
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(Alexandria/England AFB, La.) and cargo/passenger report, a/c is a
C-5 (MW) VIOLA 78: Unid a/c 2213 USB
wkg Albrook GHFS w/pp 872-DSN
(Eglin AFB, FL). NAVY JW620: C-9B 'Skytrain' of VR-62 "Motowners",
Selfridge ANG, Detroit, Mi 1947 USB wkg MacDill w/att pp; line busy.
NAVY LL51: P-3C, UP-3A or TP-3A of VP-30 "The Pros Nest" NAS
Jacksonville, Fl 0259 USB w/pp 942-DSN Duty Office (NAS Jax). SPAR
81: Non 89th AW VIP transport 2303 USB wkg Hickam GHFS w/pp BLUE CRAB
re SatComm link. NAVY 50551: VP-3A USMC HQ VIP transport 1640 USB wkg
Offutt GHFS w/pp Andrews VIP who adv are unable to support them today
due to higher precedence flts. AADX: USAV Buena Vista (LCU-2008) 1740
USB wkg Offutt w/pp AAC2, harbormaster, Ft Eustus, re posn/status
report. HOBBY 75: C-130E 403rd AW/815th ALS Kessler AFB, Ms 1852 USB
wkg MacDill w/pp 597-DSN (Kessler AFB). NAVY LF16A: P-3CIIIR of VP-16
"Eagles" 1837 USB NAS Jacksonville, Fl, wkg Andrews GHFS w/pp VP-10
duty office at NAS Brunswick. ZAPER 13: EA-6B of VAQ130 "Zappers" NAS
Whidbey Island, Wa? 1844 USB wkg McClellan GHFS w/pp Keflavik,
Iceland duty office, mission completed, RTB or continue to fly...fly.
NAVY LL31: P-3C, UP-3A or TP-3A of VP-30 "The Pros Nest" NAS
Jacksonville, Fl 1923 USB wkg Andrews GHFS w/pp to a commercial
number. (RB) Unid 0647 USB wgk YOKOTA w/modem tfc. TEAL 38 1816 USB
wkg MacDill GHFS w/pp to MIAMI MONITOR. MacDill advises switch to
8992. Both stas weak and unreadable here. SHADOW 21 2050 USB wkg
McClellan GHFS then bks for PRIORITY tfc. McClellan w/ 56ch. EAM "FOR
YOKO" JXJYQD preamble. SHARK 22 2328 USB wkg Ascension GHFS w/pp to
BASE OPS. McClellan GHFS 2355 USB w/79? ch. EAM GILAIR preamble.
ML923 USB 2048 wkg Elmendorf GHFS w/modem tfc. Elmendorf w/"Charlie
copy" & out. COMET 4 USB 2113 wkg MINUTEMAN via pp from UI GHFS sta.
Advises they are departing PMDY at 2057. Tail number 840209. Rest
was unreadable. STARK 41 USB 1712 wkg McClellan GHFS w/pp to RAYMOND
37. PART TIME USB 0247 wkg HICKAM. HICKAM advises NIGHTWATCH is
monitor only for the next 30 minutes. PART TIME USB 0300 wkg HICKAM
w/pp to NIGHTWATCH. NIGHTWATCH advises meet him on Z190 (pri)
Z180 (sec) in 30 minutes as they are unable to bring up HF at this
time. PART TIME then reqs ck in net via pp. NW back and reqs
authenticate BBI. PART TIME authenticates Oscar and if correct
authenticate AAA. NW authenticates Bravo and PART TIME in the net at
0306. Meet in 30 minutes on Z190. AUDIO KIT USB 0429 w/test count
and out. (EA) CROUGHTON 0955 USB wkg HAY FEVER, req discrete freq for
data-comms w/Croughton, tried 11129, 11220, 17972, then 13211 &
15041. Blue 62 1104 USB wkg Croughton w/pp Moron AB DSN722-7068 req
wx for 1040Z. (RR3) ASC 2000 USB wkg REACH 0026 w/ pp to Hilda East.
Cargo identified, lots of stuff, including 500 pounds of Dry Ice
(General's Lobsters??). REACH 0026 instructing Hilda East to relay
the information to Antigua. OFFUTT 2106 USB wkg 270 w/ pp to
SANDCASTLE. C5V 2130 USB wkg McClellan w/ pp to DSN5527391. Line
was busy, C5V acknowledged and waited till later. At 2142 C5V wkg
McClellan w/ pp to Sixpack. Discussed antenna problems, and
replacement parts. BLUE 01 2135 USB wkg ASC w/ pp to McGuire Meteo.
Tail# given as 50034. A/C type given as KC-10. WESTERN SKY 2140 USB
wkg E77L. I cud hear Western Sky quite well, but E77L was very
weak...some discussion of moving to 2140KHz...but nothing there when
I went. CENTURY 60 2150 USB wkg ASC w/ pp to DSN8845714. At 2155,
CENTURY 60 wkg ASC w/ pp to "Altus" sp? Meteo on DSN8666837. REACH
0198 1800 USB wkg McDill for pp to Hilda West and Dyess Meteo. Hilda
West agrees to pass the msg's on to Dyess, so a separate pp is not
needed. 0198 gives 2030 arrival time. Gives Alpha 1. Has 29000lbs. to
offload on 5 pallets. AIREVAC 4M4 1833 USB clg MAINSAIL. ANDRWEWS
comes up... Airevac reqs two pp through Andrews, gives Arrival time
at 2030. signal faded. REACH 131 1949 USB wkg McDill for Radio ck.
cked "1" and then cked "2". Reach 2132 2003 USB clg ANDREWS. no
response. Ascension responds. Reach 2132 reqs pp to Dyess Command
Post and looks for DSN number...ASC responds somewhat sarcastically
that they have the number. Reach 2132 reqs Dyess CP to get in touch
with 40th Duty Desk and explain that they have been delayed due to a
fuel truck. Arrival at Dyess will be 1930 local. Also requested that
Major Smith be informed of the delay. REACH 01?3 2008 USB clg HICKAM.
Hickam responded...but I was out of range for Hickam, and the a/c
rapidly lost signal to me. (KING)? 22 2039 USB wkg Ascension w/ pp to
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McGuire Meteo. McGuire passes WX for FOK to the a/c. LJU 117 0005 USB
wkg OFFUTT for Radio ck. OFFUTT reads 4 x 4. LNJ 117 0007 USB wkg
OFFUTT for Radio ck. OFFUTT reads Good, Readable. (JC5) GOLD 02 1239
USB wkg Croughton, PP Mildenhall CP fol by metro. ETA 1430Z, GOLD
02 is a Grand Forks jet and GOLD 01 is from he Ohio Guard. YANKY 62:
KC-130T, VMGR-452 1257 USB wkg MacDill PP YANKY base. S375: C-20H
92-0375 89AQ 1259 USB wkg MacDill. Req a discrete freq. Went over to
11217. TF456: P-3C, VP-24 1307 USB clg Mainsail. No joy. VV Js239:
C-9B, VR-46 1435 USB clg Mainsail. No joy. Raven 99: C-130E 314AW,
1347 USB wkg w/pp TACC East. dep CYYT 1328, Estimating ETAR 2145.
Raven 43: C-130E 314AW, 1419 USB req pp w/TRACKER. VV Catbird: P-3A
CINCAFSE 1421 USB wkg Incirlik req wx update for LIPX on the hr.
SPAR 19: EC-135N CENTCOM 1426 USB clg Mainsail, no joy. Reach 11T4
0922 USB clg MAINSAIL, No joy. Lion 84 1144 USB wkg MacDill w/pp to
LOBO. INDY75: KC-135R 74ARS 1149 USB wkg ? w/pp DSN 928-2124
"Brickyard Ctrl". Reach T2: C-5 AMC, 1155 USB wkg Croughton w/pp
Ramstein Metro & CP. Landing Ramstein 1330Z. Reach 4Q6 1048 USB clg
Mainsail. No joy. Reach F5: 1056 USB wkg Croughton, w/pp to
HILDA-EAST. Sam 682: C-9C 89AW, 1108 USB w/all freq call for
Incirlik. Reach 20V6: C-141 67957 1120 USB wkg Croughton. pp to
Ramstein AMCC Dep. Napels inbound Rota arr. 1320. AA501 1135 USB clg
Global. No joy. Reach 20TI 1330 USB wkg Incirlick w/pp Ramstein CP
ETA 1525,13 pax, A1. HERKY 10: C-130 37AS 1233 USB wkg Incirlik w/pp
Ramstein METRO For the Ramstein WX."We're presently overhead VBG in
Belgium" [Note that VBG is still in Holland!]. HERKY 100: C-130 USAF
1518 USB wkg Croughton QSY 13.200 PP Ramstein CP & METRO posn was 150
miles south of ELB TACAN. (JD3) Nightwatch 01: USB sending inject msg
to lots of Players, what sounds like Bomber missions going on. Lots
of talk about IR tracks, Tuff21 Tuff02 Tuff28 Hawk38 and Hawk81 &
Dark41 have all been enroute to bomb runs or Inflight Refuelings
Ponits. Lots of missions in progress. Also Lots of EAMS being Passed.
just hrd Nightwatch 02 and nightwatch 04 trying to set up a comm link
on a backup channel. //11244//(MH3) Ascension 2055 USB wkg PP for
NAVY ROMEO 4956 to DSN#884-2991 Tinker Ops. Ascension 2103 USB wkg
PP for GOOSE 70 to SANDCASTLE OPS. Ascension 2116 USB wkg PP for QUID
50 to Mildenhall Meteo. Ascension 2132 USB wkg PP for NAVY 956 to
DNS#896-7131 LUKE AFB OPS. Andrews 2155 USB wkg PP for CHARLIE WHISKY
110 to DNS#678-3401\3061 Unid duty office. Andrews 2204 USB w/pp for
SENTRY 51 to Miramar meteo. Ascension 1944 USB wkg PP for SHARK 29 to
LOBO. Albrook 2002 USB wkg PP for SOONER 31 to FURIOUS & Howard
meteo. Ascension 2012 USB wkg PP for LANCER 02 to UNID(Possible Offut
meteo). Albrook 2104 USB wkg PP for ATLAS 02 to Howard meteo. Offutt
2112 USB wkg PP for TIGER 01 to RAYMOND 33. REACH 0178 2132 USB
calling MacDill for a HiFox radio ck,MacDILL Charlie Charlie. Offutt
2137 USB wkg PP for TIGER 01 to DNS#675-1402 (?) Holbrook (?)meteo.
Ascension 2139 USB wkg PP for ZADER (?) 02 to Wright Pat meteo).
MacDILL 2152 USB wkg PP for NAVY ALPHA ECHO 42 to DNS#:476-2312.
Albrook 2157 USB wkg PP for NAVY CHARLIE WHISKY 960 to Rosy Rds Base
Ops. Albrook 2201 USB wkg PP for FIAT 11 to FURIOUS. Andrews 1920 USB
wkg PP for NAVY LIMA 16 FOXTROT ALPHA to Andrews CP. Andrews 1923 USB
wkg PP for NAVY LIMA LIMA 31 to DNS#313-831-4866/4899. Ascension 1933
USB wkg PP for REACH 507 to UNID. MacDill 1938 USB wkg PP for BEAR 71
DNS#313-284-3965. MacDill 1921 USB wkg PP for REACH 4 HOTEL 3 to
Charleston meteo (R4H3 is a C-141). Offutt 1920 USB wkg PP for BASCO
10 to 728-1934-Charleston. AIR GUARD 1239 1927 USB clg Albrook for
radio ck,nothing hrd. At 1929, AIR GUARD 1651 clg MacDill for radio
ck. At 1931 MacDill wkg PP for NAVY LF13A to DNS#942-3560. Ascension
2035 USB w/pp for REACH 2515 with Charleston maint. Andrews 1919
USB wkg pp for CENTURY 61 to EAGLE. Ascension 2011 USB wkg pp for
REACH 1493 to Dover CP (MF2) ANDREW 1525 USB with 20-character JX..
EAM, followed immediately by ISRAELI AIRFORCE 010 (or maybe 210 per
wunner) calling ANDREWS, with no response. At 1609, OTIS 05 called
MAINSAIL "on 8992", finally raising MCCLELLAN. OFFUTT 1542 USB with
an all freq req for SNOOP 50. AIRFORCE 2601 1905 USB called "any sta"
for a radio ck, and raised OFFUTT. SAM 375 2120 USB worked ASCENSION
re ANDREWS VIP activity. Also hrd at 2148, with a req to move to
"311." SPAR 84 0046 USB called MAINSAIL and raised ASCENSION for a
pp. FARMBOY 1624 USB worked MACDILL with phonepatch to "COMM CENTER"
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re EVANS. At completion of patch, MACDILL worked SAM 204. OPEN
SKIES 12 OSCAR 1810 USB worked MACDILL, but then transferred his
comms to HICKAM for a phonepatch to an OFFUTT number re
his current "observation run", with a discussion of IFR vs. VFR for
mission requirement. ACIDROCK 1737 USB (good level into coastal
Texas) worked ELMENDORF (fair to weak) with phonepatch to NIGHTWATCH
01 for usable wkg freqs: "11244"/ZULU 175/ZULU 165/ZULU 170/ZULU 150
(none worked for ACIDROCK). At 1742, SAM 203 active on freq. BANDSAW
GOLF 1856 USB worked MCCLELLAN w/pp to DSN 884 5213, id'd as PHOENIX
THREE. RAZOR 33 1844 USB worked MACDILL w/pp to what sounded like
RAYMOND 19, w/"ops normal, 1815" msg. CHARLIE FIVE VICTOR 1729 USB
wkg OFFUTT w/pp to (missed DSN) something that id'd sort of like AN
RAD. C5V used "break" for every sentence; talked about a "5000
series"; talked about transmit & receive circuits. The ground party
at the very beginning of the pp blurted out Oklahoma either to the
Offutt opr or to someone in his background. SAM 204 1842 USB worked
ALBROOK w/pp. Flag grade. At 1942, SPAR 63 called ALBROOK, MACDILL
and OFFUTT. At 2043, RAZOR 35 worked MACDILL with a phonepatch to
(missed it) for an "on sta at 2024, ops normal" msg. P5T (guess on
the "P", as I can't read my own writing) 1450 USB called MCCLELLAN
(without raising) and reqed "secure patch" to DSN 564 6442. At 1545,
OFFUTT with a 20(2V)/20(2V)/26(CT) character EAM set over a 9 minute
period. MCCLELLAN 1707 USB with a 30-character EAM, 2VIUBH... At
1710, DARK 42 called OFFUTT GLOBAL. ANDREWS, 1405 USB as lead GHFS
sta, with a 58-character EAM (JGYMAT...). At 1414, ANDREWS with a
26-character EAM string (CT7LUA...) read with a distinct character
grouping: CT 7L UA EZ D DUW LBC T7V U5K MEZ 4S. FOGTOWN 1422 USB
worked MACDILL with a phonepatch to COMMAND CENTER (DSN 339) re fuel
status, and mention of his dispersal site.(JH)
OBSERVATION 1954 USB passing data to UNID comms (MF2)
SAM 27000 1337 USB clg Andrews. No reply on primary. (AD2) SAM 27000
1530 USB is maintaining guard w/Andrews VIP after a number of
administrative pp's. (RJL) DRAGNET VICTOR 1612 USB wkg RAYMOND24 pp
to CURRENT OPs with status rpt CURRENT OPS gives DV mission update
Some activities cncld to support a/c in another activity area. DV
reports have to leave area in about 15 m to hit prime ARCT. DRAGNET
VICTOR 1624 USB wkg RAYMOND24 pp to ext number callsign CURRENT OPs
for signal ck. DV told to stand by for MCC DV seeking fighter
activity in Memphis area between 1900-2100 UTC. (MW) DRAGNET TANGO:
E-3 AWACS 1750 USB wkg Trenton Military, Ont, CAN w/pp EAGLE 2 at
Tinker AFB DSN, then ID's as SENTRY 61 & MCC (Mission Crew
Commander). (RB) Sam204:C-20B 89AW 1233 USB wkg Andrews. pp to
"Bladerunner". Rcv freqs for SATCOM Uplink 296.550, Downlink 255.550.
BLADERUNNER is on 042 NET. (JD3) SAM 300 1830 USB wkg. Andrews VIP
with pps. (JJ) DRAGNET SIERRA 1732 USB worked TRENTON MILITAR with a
phonepatch to CURRENT OPS, discussing 225.8 and 261.2.(JH)
unk USAF "GREEN SKY". (SCMAC) GAF NO12B: Tornado JBG31 0941 USB wkg
DHM91. (JD3) SAM 206 1537 USB wkg Andrews VIP, just completed pp to
unid re parking spot, etc. for impending arrival. (RJL) Andrews 0116
F311, USB wkg SAM 203 and 300 on and off (MW) Andrews 1931 USB wkg
SAM 300,looking for a better freq ,switched to 5 upper?. Andrews 2009
USB wkg PP for SAM 300 to Andrews CP & meteo. (MF2) NAVY 511 2336 USB
wkg. Andrews VIP for pps re: 2355z arrival at Howard AFB. SAM 974,
DV-2 + 37, dep 0314z (I assume this would be from Hong Kong)
estimated block time for Yokota AFB is 0605z; wkg Andrews VIP for pps
to " the Embassy" and SAM Command for mission status report. 8026 is
currently the secondary freq. SAM 300, 1930 USB DV-2 + 7, enrt KMCI
(Kansas City) ETA 2200z, wkg Andrews VIP with voice & ANDVT. SPAR 99
1624 USB wkg. Andrews VIP for signal cks and a pp to Ramstein. (JJ)
IFOR 11 and SAM 26000: 1150 USB. Were on freq w/ Andrews. Both a/c
were on gnd at LHBR, 26000 was waiting for the DV2 to arrive, 11
was trying to get dip routings for Ramstein. 26000 had pp with SAM
cmd and req at pp from a Col. on board. 26000 was to arrive at
Andrews at 2145z. Changed to F290 (8026kHz) and continued with pps.
(CH) SFO 40 1045 USB wkg Thule on discreet freq, is currently on the
ground in Rome and leaving to Sarajevo (LQSA) at 12.15Z, arriving
Sarajevo at 13.15Z and leaving back to Rome at 19.30Z. (GD3) Sam
26000: C-137C 89AW 1140 USB wkg Andrews during pp told that he dep.
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LHBP (Budapest) direct Andrews ETA 2145. IFO11 1240 USB wkg Andrews,
pp CP 480-5824. (JD3) SAM 203 1506 USB wkg Andrews VIP with preflight
signal cks prior to departure for Randolph AFB, TX. ETA 2140z Too
weak, at present, to make out much else, but they are reqing Customs
upon arrival at Randolph.(JJ)
PACKMULE 0005 USB wkg. RESEND (sounded like) with a 20 character EAM:
"5WI5CA..." (JJ) NIGHTWATCH 01 1928 USB worked WAR46. At 2022,
NIGHTWATCH 01 with a 26-character EAM, with NIGHTLONG wkg ROADSHOW to
confirm receipt of that string. NIGHTWATCH 01 1540 USB with 26character EAM trailing 1538 GHFS transmission of same. At 1621,
MILLPOND (f opr, but sometimes m opr during local midday) called
DUCKCALL. At 1703, NIGHTWATCH 01 worked DUCKCALL. At 1800,
NIGHTWATCH 01 worked BACKPACK. AT 1807, NIGHTWATCH 01 worked
DUCKCALL. At 1827, NIGHTWATCH 01 worked MILLPOND and advised he to
monitor "satellite circuits". Her response was that her satcom opr
was currently busy. At 1847, MILLPOND worked NIGHTWATCH 02 (unhrd
here), and was told by NIGHTWATCH 02 that he was now in the blocks,
which MILLPOND passed on to NIGHTWATCH 01. WAR46 1627 USB placed a
pp for NIGHTWATCH 01 to "5827" for a typically quick hi 'n bye
connectivity ck. At 1651, SCORECARD worked NIGHTWATCH 01 in voice
and data.(JH)
Cyrano: FAF E-3 0959 USB wkg French stas 9MZ, M1V, U7W and British
7GA, 4UQ, W9W. hrd some trigraphs again on this freq feb. 4th,
1600Z. track coordination and other 'AWACS' stuff. 7ZN: 1443 USB clg
1NB, no joy. (BH) Cyrano: (French? Coordinator) 1100 USB wkg F1Y,
9CE, 7GA(Tanker?) All UK accents U7W, 9MZ (French? accents). 9MZ 1125
USB was trying to find 7GA but cudn't hear each other - had to relay
via Cyrano - was after fuel I think - only S1 here. 7GA, 9CE 1645 USB
(more hrd but not logged due to poor conditions) (SUK)
TRENTON MILITARY 1818 USB worked CANFORCE 56.(JH)
CAJUN CONTROL 1925 USB wkg (apparently directly!) PUFFY 10, 16, 21,
w/multiple Target Change msgs. These are apparently Barksdale B-52H
bombers making runs on a mock industrial complex in Utah, per the
40N/113W coordinates being given. PUFFY 10 indicated that they still
had their load of BDU-50 weapons; these are inert Mark 82 free-fall
bombs. (RJL) McClellan GHFS 2104 USB w/20ch. EAM "FOR YOKO" JXTCPG
preamble. (EA) Nightwatch 04 USB passing a Exercise inject msg. The
msg number is ABZ123 . I have hrd all 4 nightwatchs planes on the air
today. (MH3) CROUGHTON PP 1940 USB for OBSERVATION to DNS#339-2548 GRASSFOX,played ch tag ending 11175. OBSERVATION reqed GRASSFOX have
comms meet him on CHARLIE BRAVO-11187. (MF2) ANDREWS, 1918 USB as
lead GHFS sta w/145-character EAM (GITYEI...), w/certain elements
within the string matching the same elements in previous 145character EAM strings since 20 Nov 96. MCCLELLAN 1839 USB w/20character EAM "FOR TACAMO PAC SECONDARY", followed by REBELLION wkg
OFFUTT for current wkg freqs for NIGHTWATCH 01: Z175/Z190, but
monitor only for 1 hr. MCCLELLAN 1535 USB w/a 20(JX)/20(JX)/26(GW)
character EAM set over an 11 minute period. MCCLELLAN 1518 USB w/
multiple "FOR..." EAMs throughout local N.A. morning: 1518, 20character "FOR YOAKUM"; 1548, 56-character JX.. EAM "FOR YOAKUM";
1602, 20-character EAM "FOR YOAKUM"; 1630, 20-character EAM "FOR
YOAKUM"; 1647, 20-character EAM "FOR REGION CHARLIE". MCCLELLAN 2018
USB w/EAMs "FOR YOAKUM" at 2018 (20-character); 2049 (57-character);
2104 (20-character); 2118 (20-character); and 2133 (20-character).
They seemed to hit the following minutestamps throughout most of the
N.A.daylight: H+00-05; H+18; H+30-35; and H+45-49. Similar activity
(similiar minutestamps) hrd on 14 Dec 96, another 2nd Saturday of the
month. MCCLELLAN 1518 USB with EAMs "FOR CLINT" (maybe as in Clint
Black, as with Saturday's maybe Dwight Yoakum country/western music
motif) at 1518 (20-character); 1548 (56-character); 1603 (20character); 1618 (20 character); 1633 (20-character). At 1731,
MCCLELLAN with a 20(JX)/20(JX)/26(GW) character EAM set over an 11
minute period. MCCLELLAN 1756 USB with a 20(JX)/20(JX)/26(GW)
character EAM set over a 9 minute period. SNOOP 48 1606 USB called
MAINSAIL; raised OFFUTT; and placed a phonepatch to RAYMOND 21.
ACIDROCK 1743 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01 with no answer. OFFUTT, 1838
USB as lead GHFS sta, with a 20-character EAM "FOR TACAMO PAC
SECONDARY". _____ 27 (sounded sort of like RESEARCHER 27, but
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probably wasn't) 1849 USB called "any sta" and raised MCCLELLAN and
OFFUTT. At 1938, OFFUTT with 20-character EAM "FOR TACAMO LANT
SECONDARY." At 2027, ALBROOK with an all frequency req for NOMAD 08
and NOMAD 23. OFFUTT 1609 USB with a 20(2V)/20(2V)/26(GW) character
EAM set over a 7 minute period. OFFUTT, 1839 USB as lead GHFS sta,
with 20-character EAM "FOR TACAMO PAC SECONDARY". OFFUTT 2119 USB
as lead GHFS sta with a 6(2VCHG6)/20(2V)/26(CT) character EAM set
over a 9 minute period. ANDREWS 1731 USB as lead GHFS sta with 6
(JGCLAT)/20(JG)/26(CT) character EAM set over an 11 minute period.
MCCLELLAN, 1549 USB as lead GHFS sta, with 20-character EAMs "FOR
VENAL" at 1549, 1603, and 1618, conforming to past 2nd Saturday of
the month "FOR..." EAM activity at h+02+/-, h+18 (like clockwork),
h+30+, and h+45/49 minute stamps. At 1558, MCCLELLAN with a 39character EAM, 4QBIPT...
At 1712, MCCLELLAN with a 6(JGOY3T)/20(JG)
/26(CT) character EAM set over an 11 minute period. At 1921, HONDO
10 called "any Global sta" without luck, but raised HONDO 13, and
he reqed that he relay to ____ (missed it, but probably at BARKSDALE)
that he had lost cabin pressure, regained it, had a good
weapons release, and would return to BARKSDALE at 2130. At 1935,
HONDO 10 raised MCCLELLAN and placed a phonepatch to RAYMOND 06,
where he repeated the above info, plus reqed the services of a
flight surgeon for the crew just as a precaution (they lost cabin
pressure twice). At 1946 HUNTER 02 called and raised HUNTER 03.
At 2048, BONDO 22 (sometimes id'd as HONDO 22 by all parties) worked
OFFUTT with a lengthy pp to CAJUN CONTROL, where CAJUN CONTROL
slowly passed "target change" data to the a/c. The first "target
change" info involved a "V Center complex north of the road"
(spelled) w/a "release OAT N40 32.225, W113-12.863", southwest corner
industrial complex, 4260 elevation. At the beginning of the second
"target change", the BONDO 22 opr interrupted the ground party w/a
"what the heck was first msg???" (he was a little peeved). He asked
for "only the target they want us to hit." After some confusion, the
ground party disregarded the first msg & passed a target change from
"407 to WILDCAT target change target 306". Similiar coordinates,
described as "ctrs section of ind complex" (spelled out), "release
OAP N40-32.225 w113-12.863, elevation 4260." When CAJUN CONTROL
asked for type of weapon(s) BONDO/HONDO 22 was carrying, the a/c
op put the ground party through the challenge process (using day 8,
2100 - RF). At 2109, OFFUTT interrupted the pp for higher precedence
tfc, which consisted of a 6(JGSTCD)/20(JG)/26(CT) character
EAM set over a 12 minute period. By completion BONDO/HONDO 22 did
not respond to OFFUTT's calls.(JH)
11246
OVC Groennedal Greenland 0840 USB Danish Marine aeronautical
(military) wkg sta Nord (MS)
11247
RRR5041: C-130 LTW, 1034 USB wkg CYPRUS "15E 1025, ETA EGDL 1345,
SELCAL: AJ-DL,standard relay Lima."(JD3)
11253
"RAF VOLMET": 1515 USB aviation wx (ANE)
11259
Military net 2223 USB calls BW, LW, TW seem to be the players
(possibly CAMELOT). Talk of Delta control, Lima control....tracks
....(some are a/c for sure)...playmates....RTP...N9,N11,M14. (GH)
BRAVO-WHISKEY 1920 USSB wkg LIMA re: comms break-down and numerous
other players in tracking net type comms. Mentioned lots of "birds"
RTB. (JJ)
11267
GREEN SKY hrd here in USB various times w/EAM tfc. (RR3)
11413
SAM 300, 1755 USB DV-2 + 9, wkg. Andrews VIP for pps re: 2000z
arrival at Macdill AFB.(JJ)
11494
MIDSTREAM USB 1651 clg SKYWATCH, SKYWARN?, and NIGHTWATCH on Z205 w/
negres. (EA) MIDSTREAM 1654 USB called NIGHTWATCH 01.(JH)
11657
'V': UNID CIS-NY marker, RUS? 0858 CW //13539 & 15803(ANG)
12070
DRIFTWOOD 1725 USB w/NIGHTWATCH com ck. (GG) TROCADARO 1633 USB
worked NIGHTWATCH 01 and entered the net. At 1636, NIGHTWATCH 01
worked WAISTLINE. NIGHTWATCH 01 1817 USB worked NIGHTWATCH 02.
NIGHTWATCH 01 1429 USB worked STEDMAN. (JH)
12808.5 VTG7: Bombay Naval, IND 1900 CW V mkr VTG 4/5/6/7 (GC2)
12984
4XZ: Haifa Naval, ISR 2007 CW V mkr de 4xz (GC2)
13059
EBA: SN MADRID 1952 CW. Marker "cq de EBA navarea three navarea
tres" (DW)
13155
STARWISH 2110 USB w/SkyKing msg. STARWISH 2123 USB w/pp echo style
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and too weak to read. (GG)
Upset 22 1714 USB wkg Thule, PP to Upset Control ? dep Stuttgart
inbound KMKE (Milwaukee) Was logged on UHF, my location at 1218.
(AD2) AADX: USAV Buena Vista (LCU-2008) 2246 USB clg Hickam GHFS no
joy. (RB) Elmendorf GHFS 0246 USB w/20 ch. EAM GWZZ6Z preamble.
Then disregard this txmsn. 26 ch. EAM GWD74T preamble then more to
follow w/26 ch. GWDINS preamble. BONE 01 0043 USB wkg HICKAM
w/pp.(EA) OFFUTT 1834 USB w/20-character EAM "FOR REGION BRAVO",
misread as ZVTKJ5...Echoed as ZV...by other GHFS sta. By 1837, OFFUTT
was back up (after at least two false starts) w/the correct
"TWO"VTKZJ....(JH)
German Air Force 218 2345 USB wkg. (sounded like Arch or March 91______[?]). They established comms in EE and then went into GG.
Apparently just a signal ck.(JJ)
SAM 300, 2130 USB enroute Peterson AFB, wkg. Andrews VIP for signal
cks. (JJ)
ABNORMAL 40: Kwajalein Tech. Control 2107 USB wkg. ABNORMAL 20 for
pp to "SATCOM" re: cking their OM 73 demodulator.(JJ)
GREEN SKY hrd here in USB various times w/EAM tfc. (RR3) unk USAF
"GREEN SKY". (SCMAC)
BACKPACK 1801 USB called and worked NIGHTWATCH 01. At 1806, MILLPOND
worked NIGHTWATCH 01.(JH)
MET 59: 1625 USB clg Architect, no joy. 99.9% sure MET was METMAN
but why the short c/s? (CH)
'P': RUS-NY Kaliningrad, KAL CW 0844 P-marker (ANG)
SAM 204, 1735 USB DV-2 + 8, dep: 1720z, ETA destination: 2020z. SAM
204, 1824 USB DV-2 + 8, dep: 1720z, wkg Andrews VIP for pp to SAM
Command re: correction of ETA from 2020z to 1920z at Howard AFB. (JJ)
RIW: Russian Navy, Moscow 1609 CW "rgr76 rgr76 rgr76 de riw riw xxx
k" (MC)
S, RN Archangelsk, RUS: 1407 CW S-ch mkr (ANDL)
C, RN Moscow, RUS: 1407 CW C-ch mkr (ANDL)
'V': UNID CIS-NY marker, RUS? 0858 CW //11657 & 15803 kHz (ANG)
Egyptian UN-forces, ex-YUG? 0910 USB pp-tfc. via Alexandria Radio QSX
????? kHz, calling Alexandria in AA as 'Skanderea Radio (=Al
Iskandariyah) (ANG)
NNN0CBS: USCGC Durable (WMEC-628) 2308 USB wkg private shore sta
NNN0UTO, both QSY 14483.5 for pp tfc. (RB)
CIW310: CFARS Sta. BC CAN 1817 USB chatting w/ CIW839 NF CAN (RM)
NNN0CQD: USCGC Jarvis (WHEC-725) 2311 USB wkg private shore sta
NNN0OIO for pp tfc. (RB)
Cape radio 1529 USB calling Liberty Star contact established. (LB2)
Clue 73 1553 USB w/Incirlik. pp to Base Ops. DSN 421-4273, alternate
4231. Inbound Ankara, Turkey w/severe vibration in floor panel.
(Sounds nasty !!) (AD2) Reach 1EM: 1325 USB wkg Incirlik, Ramstein
AMCC and Metro wx. for ETAR, LERT (German accent !!) require a
spare part, may have to divert to Rota. LAJES: 1147 USB wkg CROUGHTON
req you contact Hay Fever on this freq. Hay Fever and Croughton QSY
to 11220. (Hay Fever and Croughton then spent 30 minutes trying to
set up data comms with no joy. Freqs tried were 11180, 13211, 15041,
11129, 17480 and 11220. Data sounded like RTTY. (CH) NAVY LT629: P-3C
of VR-62 "Broad Arrows" NAS Jacksonville, Fl 1750 USB clg MacDill,
then mainsail 'with req' no joy. NAVY JW280: C-9B 'Skytrain' of VR-62
"Motowners", Selfridge ANG, Detroit, Mi 1739 USB clg MacDill no joy.
SOONR 31: C-130 137th ALW, Oklahoma ANG, Oklahoma City, OK 1755 USB
wkg unid GHFS w/pp Kelly AFB, est Kelly 2030z, req fleet service,
customs & agriculture. SAM 204: C-20B tail 86-0204 1631 USB Special
Air Mission VIP flt, wkg Albrook GHFS w/pp unid DSN passes ETA of
1420L. PAULA 22: C-141, 172ALW/183ALS Ms ANG Jackson, Ms? 1637 USB
wkg Albrook w/pp Campbell base op's, has 45 pax, 2 DV's, alpha 1,
will need forklift, customs & agg. ID's as tail 40622 C-141
(64-0622 Ms ANG?) (RB) ALBROOK 1425 USB clg ROLLER 01, nothing hrd.
LAJES 1640 USB wkg BLUE 81 w/ pp to DSN 5942504. LAJES 1643 USB wkg
REACH 7V4 w/ pp to Hilda East and Info relay to Norfolk Meteo.
REACH 7V4 provided tail # 594505. (JC5)
TRENTON MILITARY 1939 USB wkg PP for CANFORCE 3294 to ATUK(sp)(MF2)
CF Trenton Ont, CAN 1430 USB En m WX (RK)
'V': UNID CIS-NY marker, RUS? 0858 CW //11657 & 13539 kHz (ANG)
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NRK Keflavik Radio, Iceland 1000 CW mkr
(MS5)
VTG: Comcen Bombay India 0909 CW cq de vtg (EW)
4XZ: Haifa Naval (Mossad?) Israel 0934 CW 34j35 5fg and 5LGs(EW)
MILLPOND (good level) 1910 USB with 26-character EAM (CTWTSD...;
first hrd at 1704), simulcast on 8968, 11244, and 17976. REACH
flight activity also on freq.(JH)
Cyprus Flight Watch, CYP 1414 USB En m wkg MUH46 (unhrd), at 1417 En
m WX bcst to CYPRUS-Combine (RK)
=MISC=
GLS Galveston, TX 0503 2000. SOW Showlow, AZ 2330 25. (RH3)
GEU Glendale, AZ 2318 (RH3)
CHX Choix, Mexico 0530 1000. (RH3)
RBJ Tucson, AZ 2327 25. (RH3)
CUU Chihuahua, Mexico 0716 400. FDR Frederick, OK 0248 25. (RH3)
SDL Scottsdale, AZ 2331 25. (RH3)
SJY San Jacinto, CA 0609 25. (RH3)
NRN Norton, KS 0602 25. SH Shreveport, LA 0604 400. (RH3)
GNI Grand Isle, LA 0600 2000. (RH3)
LHX La Junta, CO 0557 50. (RH3)
EL El Paso, TX 0319 (RH3)
ANR Andrews, TX 0549 25. AVQ Tucson, AZ 0241 (RH3)
ILT Isleta, NM 0547 (RH3)
AM Amarillo, TX 0544 (RH3)
AVZ Terrell, TX 0335. AP Denver, CO 0154 25. (RH3)
AAP Houston, TX 0535 25. (RH3)
OJA WXford, OK 0342 25. (RH3)
CEP Capitan, NM 0532. XSD Tonopah, NV 0201 50. (RH3)
FFZ Mesa, AZ 2346 (RH3)
MXR Raton, NM 0527 25. (RH3)
AOP Rock Springs, WY 0210 100. OLR Chickasha, OK 0350 25. (RH3)
TOR Torrington, WY 0522 50. (RH3)
BMC Brigham City, UT 0456 25. (RH3)
SP Wichita Falls, TX 0358 50. (RH3)
LAP La Paz, Mexico 0401 400. (RH3)
PU Pueblo, CO 0403 33. (RH3)
RO Roswell, NM 0303 400. (RH3)
AE Albuquerque, NM 0517. (RH3)
HIL Great Bend, KS 0524 50. (RH3)
MVI Monte Cristo, CO 0519 50. (RH3)
GGU Prague, OK 0412 25. (RH3)
FTT Fulton, MO 0415 25. (RH3)
EY Tyler, TX 0512.USB. HTN Miles City, MT 0417 USB200. (RH3)
HHW Hugo, OK 0421.USB (RH3)
MCY Mercury, NV 0710 USB100. MA Midland, TX 0302 USB400. (RH3)
FIA Socorro, NM 0430 USB25. TAD Trinidad, CO 0109 USB150. (RH3)
CZM Cozumel, Mexico 0432 USB1200. (RH3)
FIS Key West, FL 0452 USB400. (RH3)
RQO El Reno, OK 0439 USB25. (RH3)
NA Santa Ana, CA 0437 USB25. (RH3)
PBT Red Bluff, CA 0436 USB100. RYN Tucson, AZ 2300 USB400. (RH3)
ALM Alamogordo, NM 0456 USB25. PJB Payson, AZ 0244.USB (RH3)
FCH Fresno, CA 0652 USB400. GNC Seminole, TX 0650 USB25. ZIY Grand
Cayman, BWI 0445 1000. (RH3)
NUC San Clemente Isl. (RH3), C0450 25. (RH3)
LI Little Rock, AR 0455 400. (RH3)
PTT Pratt, KS 0458 25. (RH3)
BO Boise, ID 0438 100. HHH Devine, TX 0246 25. TPX Tepexpan, Mexico
0459 1000. (RH3)
RPX Roundup, MT 0716 50. (RH3)
FT Fort Worth, TX 0435 400. (RH3)
GYM Guaymas, Mexico 0536 50. LAM Los Alamos, NM 0709 25. SIR
Rawlings, WY 0514 100. (RH3)
ITU Great Falls, MT 0538 200. (RH3)
TF Pueblo, CO 0540 50. (RH3)
LV Livermore, CA 0700 15. (RH3)
DW Tulsa, OK 0542 200. HPL Nucla, Co 0650 50. (RH3)
EHA Elkhart, KS 0546 25. (RH3)
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PUU Flagstaff, AZ 0544 50. (RH3)
BBD Brady, TX 0427 25. GC Gillette, WY 0549 25. OEL Oakley, KS 0631
25. (RH3)
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CNP Chappell, NE 0623 25. (RH3)
385
BF Bakersfield, CA 0643 25. CPZ La Prior, TX 0622 25. (RH3)
386
SYF St. Francis, KS 0640 25. (RH3)
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JUG Seagoville, TX 0615. (RH3)
391
DDP San Juan, Puerto Ric 0417 1000. (RH3)
394
ENZ Nogales, AZ 0318 200. (RH3)
395
ULS Ulysses, KS 0628 25. (RH3)
397
LLJ Challis, ID 0606 100. SB San Bernadino, CA 0413 50. (RH3)
398
LPC Lompoc, CA 0618. (RH3)
400
AZC Colorado Springs, CO 0408. ENS Ensenada, Mexico 0610. FN Ft.
Collins, CO 0607 25. (RH3)
405
CHD Chandler, AZ 0129. (RH3)
410
DAO Ft. (RH3) Huachuca, AZ
0559 50. (RH3)
413
OEG Yuma, AZ 0357. (RH3)
414
ATS Artesia, NM 0549 25. SKX Taos, NM 0354 25. (RH3)
415
HJM Bonham, TX 0352 25. (RH3)
421
EF Mc Kinney, TX 0622. (RH3)
428
SYW Cash, TX 0348. (RH3)
1640
"MIN" 0401 CW Medfer beacon. Located in Aitken, MN per Medfer
website. (DHM)
1678
"KWN" 0355 CW beacon. A Medfer? Not listed on the Medfer website.
Anyone know this one? (DHM)
1700
CRJ Carajas, Brazil 0347 CW aero beacon. Poor but clear. First log
after many tries. (DHM)
2865
UNID. 2043 CW. Hand morse "11" "ar nr1" (DW).
3000
UNID Russians: mni FQs around 3000/3100 kHz, EU-nights/daily, mostly
in AM, bad modulation, private HAM/CB-styl chats, sometimes also
CW. UNID British: 1923 USB sx m EE, strong accent, chats, ships? 2212 QSY fm 3105 kHz. Regular in use (ANDL)
3041
Cape 0511 USB called Duwart, nothing hrd. (LB2)
3086
IR5 - UNID tactical: 2251 CW LTR msg, header: = QTC NR 94 QTR 29 1900
IAN 97 GR 15 FM IR5 TO .... =, Date 29.Jan (ANDL)
3095
Zero Four (04) - UNID Arab/North African Net: 2238 USB sx m EE/ArabNorth African accent, wkg UNID, msgs/no chats, s/off w/Salam (ANDL)
3100
UNID Spanish (Ships?): 1920 USB sx m SS, chats, cambio, ships? (ANDL)
3105
UNID British (Ships?): 2211 USB sx m EE, chats, QSY 3000 kHz (ANDL)
3106
xxxx - UNID tactical: 2216 CW 5 LGS w/special signs, sx cfm-tfc xxxx
wkg APSB : MAFM ZFX ZOR ZVO K (ANDL)
3109
UNID British (Ships?): 2303 USB sx m EE, strong accents, chats(ANDL)
3111
UNID Polish (Ships?): 2205 USB sx m PP, chat (ANDL)
3114
UNID (NATO? Military?): 1924 USB m EE, ship? status reports, ment.:
AM 257, KK262, xxx miles south of ... , heading north, knots, etc.,
use NATO/ICAO-spelling, too weak to id (ANDL)
3117
UNID Spanish (Ships?): 2300 USB m/f SS, chats, cambio (ANDL)
3125
UNID Spanish (Ships?): 2204 USB sx m SS, chat, cambio (ANDL)
3128
UNID Polish (Ships???): 2331 USB sx m PP, chats w/ numbers. regular
active (ANDL)
3131
UNID British (Ships?): 2206 USB sx m BB, strong accent, ment: back in
Scotland, chats (ANDL)
3133
UNID British (Ships?): 2249 USB sx m EE, strong accent, chats (ANDL)
3135
UNID Polish (Ships?): 2338 USB sx m PP, chats, ment.: Kapitan,
Bosnia/Hercegovina, regular active (ANDL)
3137
'KLSAN' - UNID: 0009 CW cont. marker: KLSAN, // 3185 kHz (ANDL)
3142
UNID Polish (Ships?): 2319 USB sx m PP, chats (ANDL)
3146
'LE7AN' - UNID: 2253 CW cont mkr: LE7AN, CW weaker 'also on' 3148
kHz. see 3137, 3185, 3206, 3404 kHz fr 5 char. markers (ANDL)
3147
UNID Polish net: 1916 USB sx m PP, chats, Ships? (ANDL)
3150
'PCD' - Mossad, ISR?: 2306/0011 USB YL/EE 5 LGS, 2332 vmf PCD2.
Regular active (ANDL)
3161
UNID Polish (Ships?): 0012 USB sx m PP, chats (ANDL)
3164
NH9G - UNID tactical: 1927 CW clg/wkg KAXF, VLLP, 7UI2, etc., only
QSA/QSK-tfc: KAXF DE NH9G QSA? K, OK QSA3 QRK3 K, etc., only 1 side
hrd/dx?, Hrd 1 week b4 ident PGQG with same tfc (ANDL)
3165.5 UNID marker: 2307 CW cont. marker: 35II 650116 650116 650116 + (ANDL)
3168
Juliett's - UNID (NATO/Military?) tactical Net: 0000 USB sx f/m hrd:
Pagina 278
379
380
3170
3171
3174.5
3177
3177
3179
3179
3182.5
3184
3185
3192
3203
3205
3206
3207
3208
3212
3212.5
3216
3217
3228
3233
3234
3235.5
3241
3242
3250
3251
3253
WUN-v03
J30B, J30C, J30D, J10C. NATO-spelling, Hrd on 2 days. UNID British
(Ships?): 2051 USB sx m EE, rude language chats (ANDL) "SCT": 1915 CW
clg "SXB": "VVV VVV VVV SXB SXB DE SCT SCT SCT SK" (ANE)
UNID: 2157 CW letters w/special signs, no grps (ANDL)
XRCO - UNID tactical: 2134 CW after handkeyed VVV..VVV K: OT6H DE
XRCO QTC K, 5 LGS w/special signs, cfm-tfc. Days b4 hrd hr: 2310 CW
sx, handkeyed msg, styl: CQ CQ 5213T234.. -numbers- R?, R? and CQ
NW ... (ANDL)
UNID German (Military?) Net: 2321 USB m GG, clg UNID, vy weak, no
ship/pirates comms, sounds like military. Any Infos ?? (ANDL)
UNID: 2112 CW handkeyed w/corrections 17 FGS/T=0/start w/44..., each
msg (5 grps of 17 FGS) start w/ WZD 44.... or WZD 962 44....., last
msg grps start w/19244..., 2124z end w/ +++KK into carrier, see
3844.5 kHz (ANDL)
UNID Arab: 2217 USB sx m AA, sounds not like chat-styl, official
net? (ANDL)
ZKHK - UNID tactical: 2125 CW handkeyed w/corrections clg/wkg VXSP fr
QTC of 5 LGS w/special signs, 1st grp: DDDDD, header of numbers/T=0,
end: PIPRP K, much slower given, into cfm-tfc (ANDL)
"CXG7": 2002 CW "CXG7 QTC AR" "CXG7 CXG7 CXG7 882 62 10 2130 822 =
275 = 19705..." (5f grps). (ANE)
UNID tactical: 0013 CW by machine 5 FGS/T=0, end w/=, nxt msg start
w/55555 and agn 5 FGS end w/K, cfm tfc: LDAW? wkg NCST, G9FB, etc. by
handkey. UNID 2048 5 LGS, w/out special signs (ANDL)
UNID tactical: 2357 CW handkeyed 5 LGS w/special signs, end w/
KIKIG = RK, last grp much slower given (ANDL)
'KLSAN' - UNID: 0037 CW cont. mkr: KLSAN, // 3137 kHz (ANDL)
UNID tactical: 2052 CW 5 FGS/T=0, sx cfm-tfc (ANDL)
'NWNR' - UNID tactical: 1800 CW s/on w/handkeyed Vs NWNR NWNR NWNR +
+ numbers/T=0 (ANDL)
UNID tactical: 2153 CW 5 FGS/T=0, end w/ K, cfm-tfc: 335 K, etc.,
0010 5LGS handkeyed w/corrections w/special signs, end w/RPTAL QLN+
given much slower. Regular active fq (ANDL)
'STAM3' - UNID: 2257 CW cont. mkr: STAM3, clg-mkr or beacon ? (ANDL)
PZL5, LTWJ, etc. - UNID tacticals: 2320 CW clg/wkg 2RSU, 7HH8, etc.,
next day 2344z LTWJ clg PQ2P, etc., only xxxx DE LTWJ K, no tfc,
other day 2253z LTWJ w/ 5 LGS/special signs end w/=611 K cfm-tfc:
XSHA DE LTWJ QDA FM CNLU R 273? K, wkg also DB3U, PA3L, MZV2, PQ2P,
TTCL, BSM6, etc. all w/ R 273? K, 2325z 5 LGS end agn w/ =611 K,
other day: 2338 5 LGS end w/ =972 K (ANDL)
Unid USB 2106 Heavy one sided ANDVT comms. (EA)
UNID British (Ships?): 2253 USB sx m EE, chats abt machines,
etc.(ANDL)
5BVE - UNID German Tactical (Military?): 1627 USB m GG, clg NEOF,
NATO-spelling, no reply (ANDL)
3WAS - UNID tactical: 1733 CW handkeyed clg/wkg AV6O and 2CA1 fr
QSA?- tfc, sx (ANDL)
ET8U - UNID tactical: 2324 CW 5 LGS w/special signs. other day 2317z
ET8U wkg UKAJ w/ NW QRH? QYT6 K, NW ZOU ZON ZKD K. Some weeks b4 hrd
hr 9EJP wkg TFDZ w/5LGS (ANDL)
AKDS - UNID tactical: 2345 CW 5 LGS w/special signs, header of
numbers/T=0: ...=12T=AAAAA and 5 LGS, cfm-tfc: AKDS R227K (ANDL)
UNID Spanish (Ships?) Net: 1656 USB sx m SS, chats. KOX7 - UNID
tactical: 1657 CW 5 LGS handkeyed w/special signs (.-.-/---./..--/
etc.), wkg 1T3W, header: ...=NR=621 71 27 1954 621=612 K ..., Date
was: 27.1./Time UTC +3h, cfm-tfc: =ZGI ZDN=CFM K, RPT K, DWIL K,
etc. (ANDL)
UNID Turkish Net: 1857 LSB sx m TT (ANDL)
UNID tactical: 2011 CW cfm-tfc: RPT 46 K, etc. (ANDL)
VTQR - UNID tactical: 1836 CW marker: clg AZPS, ann. cont.: QSY
86417 (ANDL)
XU7S - UNID tactical: 2201 CW header: ... = FM 183 855 FOR 3T4 261
263 RPT TXT = and 5 FGS/T=0, end: 263 QTC K, later also 5 LGS (ANDL)
UNID Russian: 2301 USB m RR, clg UNID (ANDL)
UNID - Russian Air Defence Stn, RUS: 1757/2344 CW time ann, UTC +5h:
=992257??8?????. OPE - UNID tactical: 1858 CW letter-msg, = QTC NR
106 QTR 02 1900 FEB 1997 GR xx FM OPE TO xxx (ANDL)
QSNB - UNID tactical: 2057 CW clg/wkg CYYX, AHPV, ZK8G, 3COJ, etc.,
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fr QSA-tfc: QSA? K, RPT K, VVVVs. H8CP - UNID 2352 CW 5FGS/T=0, wkg
7LOC, same net?, nxt msg starts w/ =965 ... AAAAA DDDDD xxxHH HRRRI
IIQQQ TTTJJ JPPPA AAxxx 5 LGS. 2209 QFD2 clg/wkg 9VV2, etc. after
handtyped VVVVs. other day: 1757z ZTWB clg/wkg DVWP, 6OCX, etc. fr
QSA? QRK?. Net hrd over days. 1926z: NW VIG8 ZZF ZBQ ZFA ... K, 2232
VIG8 wkg IH7G, QFZU, TUSK, YCD1, KP9F, etc. (ANDL)
3257
5IS - UNID - tactical: 1828 CW bad/broken modulation, LTR msg,
header: QTC NR 91 QTR 27xxxx IAN 97 GR 07 FM 5IS TO xxx -styl,
Date:27. Jan (ANDL)
3262
UNID German Number sta: 2239 USB f GG 2x5(3-2) FGS, 2242 s/off:
"Endung", which intelligence agency? UNID tactical: 2211 CW cont.
(clg?)-marker: BRE9 K (ANDL)
3270
'KPA' - Mossad, ISR?: 2304 USB YL vmf: KPA 50L4 (ANDL)
3270.5 Unid 0059 US Navy Link 11. (EA)
3281
UNID - Russian Air Defence Stn, RUS: 2115/2345 CW time ann, UTC +3h:
=99TT15??8?????, see 3336/3835.5 kHz (ANDL)
3284.5 UNID French (Ships?): 1922 USB sx m FF, chats, 'bonne journey' (ANDL)
3293
UNID: 2322 CW 5 LGS w/special signs, cfm-tfc: BK RPT AA 2986 K, R 995
QRV K, RPT TXT K, etc. (ANDL)
3299
HNFG - UNID tactical: 1751 CW 5 LGS sx w/special signs, wkg DH6E,
header w/numbers T=0, msg start w/ =AAAAA DDDDD (ANDL)
3310
Vasta? 41 (Sorok-Odin)- UNID Russian tactical Net: 2051 USB f RR clg/
wkg UNIDs, Calls: tactical-Name and a number of 2 figs: Modul? xx,
Labor? xx, etc., sx, sounds like r/c (ANDL)
3314
HEP3, INTERPOL/Police Zurich, SUI: 1213/1959/2214 CW v-mkr (ANDL)
3318
UNID tactical: 1821 CW 5 LGS w/special signs: .-.-/----/---./etc.,
sx cfm-tfc (ANDL)
3324
UNID tactical: 2127 CW 5 LGS w/special signs (ANDL)
3325
UNID Italian (Pirates?): 2319 LSB sx m II, chats (ANDL)
3328
YKLM - UNID tactical: 0044 CW clg OWKL handkeyed w/corrections (ANDL)
3333
UNID Spanish (Ships?): 2308 USB sx m/f SS, chats, cambio (ANDL)
3336
UNID - Russian Air Defence Stn, RUS: 1659/2015 CW time ann, UTC +3h:
=992315??8?????, regular active (ANDL)
3339
UNID German (Pirates?): 2315 LSB sx m GG/strong south-german accent,
chats. No Ships ! (ANDL)
3340
UNID Spanish (Ships?): 2004 USB sx m SS, chats (ANDL)
3341
KPC600 unid USA 0029 USB clg WGY912 FEMA Spec. Facility Berryville
VA; 0030: KPC601 wkg KPC602 (mobile); 0032: WGY912 closes down net
until 0800 today (RM)
3354
QCF6 - UNID tactical: 2332 CW cfm-tfc wkg ASAW, DJTI, SAAC, DQAK,
2XNV, JC7P, JYBD, etc.: = WTKTT K (rpt of 5 LGS), xxxx DE QCF6 R475?
K, =ZOZ 799K (ANDL)
3370
UNID Spanish (Ships?): 1957 USB sx m SS, chats, op Pedro/etc. (ANDL)
3380
UNID Russian: 1650 USB m RR, chats? (ANDL)
3387
Unid 1501 USB ANDVT comms. (EA)
3388
Unid USB 1654 ANDVT comms. (EA)
3391
UNID Dutch (Ships?) Net: 1814 USB sx m DD, chats (ANDL)
3395
UNID Italian (Pirates?): 2239 LSB sx m II, chats, cambio (ANDL)
3400
UNID Italian (Pirates?): 2000 LSB sx m II, OP-names: Gino, etc., vy
often active, chats (ANDL)
3404
'CR1AP' - UNID: 0018 CW cont. marker: CR1AP, CW weaker also 'on' 3406
kHz (ANDL)
3440
UNID Russian (Military?): 1650 USB m RR, counting: 1234567890 onlinespoken/no tape (ANDL)
3442
UNID tactical: 0021 CW 5 LGS w/special signs, end w/RPTAL K, cfm-tfc:
BK QRQ K, etc. (ANDL)
3445
6PXJ - UNID tactical: 1915 CW clg-tape: V ABYZ ABYZ ABYZ DE 6PXJ 6PXJ
6PXJ V, ABYZ =clg all stns?, same some daye b4 on 6785 kHz (ANDL)
3470
UNID: 2006 CW by machine 2x5 FGS, T=0 (ANDL)
3487
UNID: 2218 CW cont. marker: =NVKL NVKL NVKL + HXVH HXVH HXVH= (ANDL)
3495
MIW - Mossad, ISR: 2218 USB YL/EE vmf: MIW2 (ANDL)
3662
UNID: 2102 CW cont./mkr: 243 243 243 72711 72711, 2105z s/off w/out
id/msg (ANDL)
3672
9UO7 - UNID tactical: 1853 CW clg OOSM. Regular active Fq, some days
b4 hrd here: BHDW clg QWLZ, JRF4, TR8P, etc. (ANDL)
3800
UNID Spanish (Ships?): 2116 sx m SS, chats - UNID Dutch Net: 1053 USB
sx m DD, chats (ANDL)
3805
UNID Spanish (Ships?): 1819 USB sx m SS, (Chabani)? clg/wkg (Queba?),
Pagina 280
3813
3815
3820
3824
3830
3832
3835.5
3837
3838
3844.5
3846
3846.5
3858
3859
3870
3875
3880
3881
3882
3883
3885
3886
3890.5
3892
3894
3898
3900
3902
3906.5
4028
4028.5
WUN-v03
cambio (ANDL)
9CGL - UNID tactical: 1536 CW 5 LGS w/special signs, end w/ =399=,
nxt: 9CGL 9CGL 9CGL QTC, header: T6T 437182 T6T=T66=AAAAA ... 5
LGS (ANDL)
UNID Russian Trafic Net: 1650 USB sx f RR, Arbad? wkg UNID, msg,
hrd vy vy often (ANDL)
SNJ3 - UNID tactical: 1006 CW 5 LGS handkeyed w/no 'special signs',
end w/ ... = SNJ3 = 3825 21103 = 896 A3P6 =, then 5 FGS/T=0, end w/
=SNJ3 K, sx cfm-tfc: 22GR 23GR K, later 5 FGS/0=0 to G2QX, 1145 5
LGS to I3PW w/header: = 4520 21246 896 I3PW = (ANDL)
UNID German Number Stn: 2308 USB YL/GG 2x5 FGS (spoke neujen for
neun=9) (ANDL)
UNID Russian (Military?): 2153 USB m RR, clg UNID (ANDL)
BQNG - UNID tactical: 1617 CW clg/wkg 17KM, Y8ZF, only xxxx DE BQNG
K later RK, then clg next, kind of r/c ? (ANDL)
UNID - Russian Air Defence Stn, RUS: 2202 CW time ann, UTC +3h:
=99T1T2??8????? (ANDL)
UNID: 1709 CW wx bull., =GP TAFS=, FEW015 TEMPO 1518 25023G38 7000,
etc., looks like MKL ? (ANDL)
UNID French Net: 1757 USB sx m FF (ANDL) 3840
Mossad/ISR
Intelligence, ISR?: 1835/2304 YL/EE 5 LGS, s/off w/ "end of msg end
of transmission", vy often active (ANDL)
FA5Z - UNID tactical: 1852 CW handtyped numbers/T=0, other day 2154z
CW 13 FGS/T=0, all grps start w/ 872....., some weeks ago hrd here
UNID w/13 FGS start w/63..., days later. UNID: CW 0312 CW 13 FGS/T=0
each grp start w/prefix FA5Z and 85...., e.g. FA5Z 8582536T1961T
85T..., or FA5Z 438 and 85....., later w/out prefix and also: VVV
85... (13 FGS) (ANDL)
UNID Portuguese (Pirates?) Net: 1855 USB sx m PP, chats (ANDL)
G3PJ - UNID tactical: 1715 CW VVV DE G3PJ FOR ZEZ FOR ZNX FOR ZZP
..., 2 8FGS/T=0 end w/=346 G3PJ G3PJ G3PJ+ (ANDL)
UNID Russian (Military?): 1856 LSB m RR, clg UNID (ANDL)
UNID tactical: 1056 CW cont slow CW "U8KX", clg-tape? (ANDL)
UNID Russian (Military?): 1100 LSB f RR, number-msgs (ANDL)
UNID Russian (Military?): 1438/1652 USB voice mirrow OM RR fm tape:
???? and counting 12345678910, regular on, daily? (ANDL)
UNID Spanish (Ships?): 2302 USB sx m SS, chats, cambio (ANDL)
UNID tactical: 1751 CW 5 LGS, no special signs, header: BT NR 14 2 29
18:51:00 1997 BT, Time=CET/Date:29.Jan. UNID Russian (Military?):
1701 LSB f RR cont. counting (1 as Rasd, not Adin), not fm tape/
online spoken (ANDL)
UNID Russian (Military?): 1602 USB m RR, online spoken msg of
numbers (ANDL)
UNID Spanish (Ships/Pirates?) Net: 2208 USB sx m SS, chats (ANDL)
UNID Dutch (Military?) Net: 1400 USB sx EE/Dutch accent, X2O, U4L,
L9D, etc. wkg UNID master stn, w/status msg, ment.: tracking,flight
level,identified as airliner,etc., Airforce Exercise? (ANDL)
UNID Russian (Military?): 1437 USB m RR, spassing number-msg, other
day 1706z in LSB (ANDL)
RJD56 - UNID Russian?: 1728 CW CQ DE RJD56 QTC= WARIANT ...
NAWIGACION..., wx? in RR/PP?, nxt =OPOWEQENIE (2x) NR 292 WETRE 67
68 73 RAJONAH ... +, hrd RJD56 in 10/96 on 3692 kHz (ANDL)
UNID: 1617 CW s/off w/ NIL SK and SK, ships QSX-fq or coastal stn,
sri came to late (ANDL)
UNID Spanish (Ships?): 2206 USB sx m SS, chats (ANDL)
UNID French (Ships?): 1947 LSB sx m FF, chats (ANDL)
UNID Arab: 2207 USB m AA, hrd over regular over weeks, dx?. (ANDL)
9WBL - UNID tactical: 1808 CW clg ZOEY fr QSA?, handkeyed VVVVs, UNID
1603/1739 CW 5 LGS w/special signs, subheader: =394= AAAAA. regular
active over days (ANDL)
UNID Turkish (Military?): 0215 USB sx m TT, mni stns, master: xx??xx
chekyr, quit msg, some w/numbers, ment: control, no private chats,
stns are not exact transceive: tx fm 3906-3907 all ,xx active (ANDL)
Numbers Sta: 0500 AM YL/SS rptg "Atencion 64694 05002 01053". At 0503
into three individual sets of 5FG one for each header. Broadcast
ended at 0545 with three "final". (JM4)
Numbers Sta: 0200 AM YL/SS rptg "Atencion 92283 04243 62482". At 0203
into three individual sets of 5FG one for each header. Broadcast
Pagina 281
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ended at 0245 with three "final". (JM4)
4032
Numbers Sta: 0215 AM The Russian Man OM/EE rptg "245". At 0219, "378
378 44 44" & into 5FGx2. Broadcast ended at 0219 with "378 378 44 44
00000". Carrier was on at 0157 with transmitter tests. Numbers Sta:
0215 AM The Russian Man OM/EE rptg "245". At 0218, "378 378 44 44"
and into 44 5FGx2. Broadcast ended at 0226 with "378 378 44 44
00000". (JM4)
4035
Numbers Sta: 0400 LSB YL/SS rptg "Atencion 51422 68763 80513". At
0403, into three individual sets of 5FG - one for each header.
Broadcast ended at 0445 w/three "final". Major tape problems. Number
Sta: 0400 CW ANDUWRIGMT Cut-Number Rapid CW 5LG. At 0412, AR AR AR BT
BT BT, and into another 5LG msg. At 0425, AR's and BT's, and into 5LG
again. Transmission ended at 0436, with AR AR AR SK SK SK. Numbers
Sta 0400 LSB YL/SS rptg "Atencion 51423 21161 89731". At 0403, into
three individual sets of 5FG - one for each header. AAR9AD(?) tried
to conduct MARS net on this frequency, but obvious reasons told
participants to switch to alternate 3245.Broadcast ended abruptly at
0430 without completion. (JM4)
4160.5 Unid 0812 USB ANDVT comms. These comms were broadcasting at a range
from 4168 to 4170 w/ at least three stas involved. Caught them at
0812 when it sounded like they all got on the same freq.
4173
Unid Asian 1010 USB p/p in RTTY band (AW)
4243
Unid 0933 USB ANDVT comms. Same at 1127. (EA)
4347
Unid, 2237 CW 5FGs (AB)
4439.5 Unid: 0240 CW 5LG at 48 bpm S9 sig. QRT 0243 w/o ending msg & w/o
s/o (RM)
4460
Numbers Sta:0300 AM The Russian Man OM/EE rptg "481", with
rebroadcast of msg from 5470. (JM4)
4479
Numbers Sta: 0400 AM YL/SS 5FG missed call-up. Transmission continued
with 05002 at 0417 and 01053 at 0431. Broadcast ended at 0344. Not //
with 6768 or 6255. Numbers Sta: 0400 LSB YL/SS rptg "Atencion 03062
05003 01054". At 0430, into three individual sets of 5FG - one for
each header. Broadcast ended at 0442 with two "final".Not // w/6770
or 6255. (JM4)
4485
Numbers Sta: 1359 USB vmf YL/Slavian language cont.: Chega? Ingina?
Chega?, 05, 555 (5=Pjatj), 1400z: 42 05 TOSOR then YL/?? 5 FGS, TOSOR
TOSOR 42 42 05 05 KONOR? (Kanjets? = end), s/off (ANDL)
4507
Numbers Sta: 0300 LSB YL/SS rptg "Atencion 51422 58763 80513". At
0303, into three individual sets of 5FG - one for each header.
Broadcast ended at 0345 with three "final". Not // with 6826. Numbers
Sta:0300 AM YL/SS 5FG - missed call-up. (JM4)
4509
UNID: 1406 CW by handkey, 5 LGS, no special signs, sx cfm-tfc (ANDL)
4543
Numbers Sta: 0130 USB Two-Letter GG YL rptg "Golf Kilo" w/electronic
tune. At 0135 into GG 3/2FGx2. Broadcast ended at 0145 with
"ende". (JM4)
4557
Unid: 0129 USB OM says "you have a good night"(RM)
4560
Numbers sta 0400 mode? YL w/phonetic letters, Mossad sta I
think.(HB) (yes, YHF -LOGS)
4627
Numbers sta 1929 AM channel listed Z02, msg of 5LGs, read once by YL,
formerly voice of MfS STASI of former GDR (ANDY)
4633
Unid: 2230 CW Msg to 894, 5FGs (AB)
4660
Numbers Sta:0400 USB Three-Letter Phonetic/MOSSAD YL/EE rptg
"Yankee Hotel Foxtrot" - extremely weak. (JM4)
4740
Numbers Sta: 2040 CW Enigma M-17 (Rapid Dots), 5f g