Twenty-ninth edition of the N&O column / Spooks newsletter

(Date: Fri, 01 Sep 2000 23:08:10 +0200)

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Voice stations

V22

Igor recorded a very short message from Beijing on 16 August without a group count, which is very unusual. The message consisted of only four groups: 0738 0121 3845 4507. The recording can be downloaded from the N&O homepage.

See also Newsletter 41.

Lincolnshire Poacher [E03]

Axel supplies a list of the Lincolnshire Poacher id's that are in use 15 August.

 

UTC Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun UTC
12 30296 30296 30296 30296 30296 30296 30296 12
13 90722 90722 90722 90722 90722 90722 90722 13
14 13137 26055 25479 54936 30296 65773 86920 14
15 86920 13137 26055 25479 54936 30296 15919 15
16 15919 86920 13137 26055 25479 54936 65773 16
17 65773 15919 86920 13137 26055 25479 30296 17
18 30296 65773 15919 86920 13137 26055 54936 18
19 54936 90722 65773 90722 86920 13137 90722 19
20 90722 30296 90722 15919 90722 86920 25479 20
21 25479 54936 30296 65773 15919 90722 26055 21
22 26055 25479 54936 30296 65773 15919 13137 22

 

See also Newsletter 30.

Three note oddity [G04]

Hans-Friedrich is back with his run down of G04 transmissions.

06.08.00 2005Z 5.320 kHz
  2035Z 5.420 kHz

Message :

81585 80383 70630 82211 64674 02052 18572 47041 86177 80403 55576 15830 65384 27785 33174 44817 16483 75375 28432 78363 15778 40081 42663 83428 77300 11657
= 26 groups

Sorted :

02052 11657 15778 15830 16483 18572 27785 28432 33174 40081 42663 44817 47041 55576 64674 65384 70630 75375 77300 78363 80383 80403 81585 82211 83428 86177

Remarks :

No "9".

13.08.00 2005Z 5.320 kHz  
  2024Z 5.420 kHz "76462"
  2035Z 5.420 kHz  

Message :

03040 00220 57501 72248 24335 38576 27535 71460 67567 38333 20036 95929 09575 52136 13256 98637 95176 46261 89099 77963 59022 03040
= 22 groups

Remarks :

The "9" is back!!!

History :

Summer 2005 2035
Winter 2105 2135

 

08/99 5730 5630  
09/99 5320 5220  
10/99 5320 5220  
11/99 3910 3810  
12/99 3360 3260  
01/00 3440 3340  
02/00 3920 3820  
03/00 4520 4420  
04/00 5210 5310 2nd transm. +100 kHz
05/00 4830 4930 .
06/00 5220 5320 .
07/00 5360 5460 .
08/00 5320 5420 .
See also Newsletter 30.

The babbler [V21]

John Maky checks in with a nice report. He says: « I was searching through Fort Chaffee low-band frequencies. I stumbled onto what sounds remarkably like a "Babbler" (V21) transmission on 30.220 kHz NBFM at 1900 UTC. »

See also Newsletter 47.

 

Chinese numbers station '728'

Another one from Igor. The soundfile can also be downloaded from the N&O homepage. Igor did catch 6 transmissions from '728' to '316' on 7 August. Each transmission consisted of 11 4fgs but the messages were different. Frequencies and times: 14452 (0100), 15008 (0200), 16280 (0300), 16342 (1300), 14690 (1400), and 12784 (1500).

S06

The good Captain Davros found a S06 on 5870 at 2000 UTC, 6 August, "mature" voice, "D-va", "noll" x 5 ending. Lasted about 15 mins.

See also Newsletter 44.

Unid slavic (Polish???) stations

The unid Slavic numbers on 7019 kHz AM at 1103 UTC every Thursday that I mentioned a couple of months ago, seems to transmit in Polish according to Iso, our friend in central Europe.

The transmissions consist of a 3FGs call, followed by 5FGs read by an OM. Any clues???

See also Newsletter 31.

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