Thirty-fourth edition of the N&O column / Spooks newsletter

(Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2001 16:10:37 +0100)

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E07 and V07

Several people reported the new voice of E07 and V07. E07 has a new male voice and was heard on Monday and Wednesday at 2100, 2120, and 2140 UTC on respectively 7918, 6732 and 5089 kHz, id 970.

V07 is now a female voice and was heard on Tuesday 6 February at 0710, 0730, and 0750 UTC on respectively 9280, 10355, and 11420 kHz, id 234.

See also Newsletter 37 for more about V07 and Newsletter 45 for more about E07.

E10

E10 aired a number of interesting messages this month. Besides a number of strings also a number of messages connected to these strings were transmitted. The following strings were heard: SYN6, ULX1, CIO6, MIW6, CIO3AZ2, MIW3AZ2, SYN3AZ2, HNCM.

The CIO/MIW/SYN 3AZ2 strings were logged on 15 February. Following the strings, at 2205 UTC CIO and SYN came into a continuous call-sign+message scheme. They were followed a little later by MIW. Note that all these messages were the same length.

2001-02-15, 2217-0000 UTC, 6912 (4780) kHz
SYN + msg 15 DEVUG (continuous)
15
DEVUG LMSOD TAKMG KQUBS QQZXO SOBFO
XDFFZ HNUKQ OIJCP AUTYF PBPNX UXAXG
MOUUX QMUPX GXSUI
2001-02-15, 2223-0000 UTC, 5170 (7445) kHz
MIW + msg 15 AWAGZ (continuous)
15
AWAGZ RLMYK TEFFI ZEVDU NEJJM PXVHU
GHAXL DFIMJ ZNNFB XKRSG WXEBB UGPPC
UGPNV BVCGQ BLJGU
2001-02-15, 2227-0000 UTC, 3090 4015 5230 kHz
CIO + msg 15 DDYGR (continuous)
15
DDYGR HJXID YLPHS CMHZD RNXVC XIARH
JZSZQ SGSBU UKVAF RBBNO RMJCR SJBMG
HPKIU CFJJR ZQGQH

The following day, Friday 2001-02-16, at 2250 UTC, the same scheme was again valid for SYN, CIO and MIW

2001-02-16, 2251-0000 UTC, 6912 (4780) kHz
SYN + msg 15 TVRZZ (continuous)
15
TVRZZ UIHIL KYZYS LXUTB DMDJK APVAC
JSWCH RNUUX BDBYW WFKWC WDSGX YWUMN
DXGHG HXTMX YYDZX
2001-02-16, 2257-0000 UTC, 3090 4015 5230 kHz
CIO + msg 15 DHYLB (continuous)
15
DHYLB CPLKL YSPOG PVTFW KHXPK NSTPE
PDWFD LRSPX LNDLM RQJIB CDBRJ DBHEA
RKCSF DMCZJ WDOCG
2001-02-16, 2302-0000 UTC, 5170 (7445) kHz
MIW + msg 15 DGPAW (continuous)
15
DGPAW JXLWU IEQCI VGOPB PGZFI TXNMC
YLOZD EKDEP MVCDK NEXOF ITUGS RSRWM
WLRNR WXXWH LXNAZ
See also Newsletter 39 .

E11

E11 seems to be more active lately. It was heard on Tuesday and Friday 1030 UTC on 7820 kHz, id 312 and Tuesday 1300 UTC on 8033 kHz, id 183.

See also Newsletter 45.

E15

E15 was reported after quite a long time. Heard at 1400 on 14000, calling FYP. Mike copied another one also on 14000 kHz on 31 January at 1405 UTC.

See also Newsletter 35.

E18

A possible E18 transmission on 14 February at 2200 UTC on 6448 kHz was reported. The audio was heavily distorted by a nearby station. The transmission stopped at 2219 UTC.

See also Newsletter 41.

E25

E25 is a daily guest at 1230, 1245 or 1330 UTC.

See also Newsletter 45.

Three note oddity [G04]

01.02.01 2105Z 4.280 kHz
  2135Z 4.380 kHz

Message:

60231 53271 77516 41652 14822 55681 26118 46680 33105 17705 56711 50543 84868 11373 13565 60161 38310 04475 38688 58731 01736 37573 60274 01172 31343
= 25 groups

Remarks :

In January I wrote "...Very high frequency (4880/4980)for January." From 07.01.01 G04 used 4120/4220.

These were the frequencies in December/January:
12.08.00 4890 4990    
23.12.00 4110 4210 42668 26250
26.12.00 4890 4990 42668 26250
30.12.00 4110 4210 42668 26250
31.12.00 4110 4210    
04.01.01 4880 4980 26735 75568
07.01.01 4120 4220 26735 75568

 

Winter 2105 and 2135 UTC
02/00 3920 3820 2nd transmission -100kHz
03/00 4520 4420 .
04/00 5210 5310 2nd transmission +100kHz
05/00 4830 4930 .
06/00 5220 5320 .
07/00 5360 5460 .
08/00 5320 5420 .
09/00 4760 4860 .
10/00 4580 4680 .
11/00 4270 4370 .
12/00 4110 4210 .
1/1/01 4120 4220 .
2/1/01 4280 4380 .
See also Newsletter 35.

Uwaga - Attention !

An unid Polish military station has been reported on various occasions during the past 3 years. Transmissions were noted on 2309, 3164, 5091, 5132.5, 5213.5, 5229, and 5388.5 kHz USB, mostly during the European afternoon and evening (1530-2100 UTC).

A transmission last circa 15 minutes and consists of various short messages read out by a male. Each message starts with the word 'Uwaga', meaning 'Attention'. The messages are sent as broadcasts, like the USAF 'Sky king messages'. Here are a few message samples. Wald was so kind to translate them for me. Thanks OM! Any info about this station is most welcome.

1 Uwaga, tu Warnia, tu Warnia, Raport, Fala 62...
2 Uwaga, tu Warnia, tu Warnia, Szkoda, Fala 62 0 ...
3 Uwaga, tu Warnia, tu Warnia, Szarotka, Fala ...
4 Uwaga, tu Warnia, tu Warnia, Krater, Grom 62 10
5 Uwaga, tu Hawana, tu Hawana, Cyklotron, Delta
6 Uwaga, tu Hawana, tu Hawana, Mangan, Delta
7 Uwaga, tu Senior, tu Senior, Radar, Gala
8 Uwaga, tu Hawana, tu Hawana, Mangan 08...
9 Uwaga, tu Warnia, tu Warnia, Hejnal, Tecza
10 Uwaga, tu Warnia, tu Warnia, ja Nora, Tecza

Translations:

1 Attention, this is Boiler, this is Boiler, Report, Wave 62...
2 Attention, this is Boiler, this is Boiler, Harm, Wave 62 0...
3 Attention, this is Boiler, this is Boiler, Edelweiss, Wave ...
4 Attention, this is Boiler, this is Boiler, Crater, Thunderbolt 62 10
5 Attention, this is Havana, this is Havana, Cyclotron, Delta
6 Attention, this is Havana, this is Havana, Manganeses, Delta
7 Attention, this is Senior, this is Senior, Radar, Gala
8 Attention, this is Havana, this is Havana, Manganeses 08...
9 Attention, this is Boiler, this is Boiler; Bugle-call, Rainbow
10 Attention, this is Boiler, this is Boiler; I am Burrow, Rainbow
See also Newsletter 52.

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