Fifty-seventh edition of the N&O column / Spooks newsletter

(Date: Mon, 03 Feb 2003 22:46:44 +0100)

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Military Morse stations

Chinese military stations

The famous Chinese station "L9CC" has been logged by various people on 3673.5, 7051, 7055 and 7099.5 kHz. A daily catch in the Far East on 6992 kHz is "V GM3Z GM3Z GM3Z de PNM9 PNM9" around 0900-1000 UTC.

Igor finally copied a message instead of the endless strings that these stations transmit.

V GUGM GUGM GUGM DE Z702 Z702 (repeated)

followed by the following message:

cl cl cq ..-- cq ..-- ..-- (accented U)
..-- ..-- nr tt5t // time t9tt = cdzq/wjhp
..-- ..-- ..-- nr tt5t / time t9tt = cdzq/wjhp ar ar
..-- ..-- nr tt5t / time t9tt = cdzq/wjhp ar
qsl t91t qsl t91t qsy qsy 8637 qsy 8637 as as
See also Newsletter 59.

Czech/Slovak military

It is hard to determine if the following stations are Czech or Slovak military stations. Their format was used by the former Warsaw Pact countries in the past and are reportedly also still being used in Hungary and Romania. Some networks are known however, like M62, which is a Slovak station in Zilina and "SNJ3" which are Slovak military in Trencin. "S8BD" and "CH8N / TR2F" are believed to be of Czech origin.

A number of others need further investigation, though. If you can help, please, drop a line.

Polish military

Maciej sent a number of logs of Polish stations. Interesting as we do not see them too often. Thanks OM.

Sample message headers:

763010101076/soelcrli
16532101018156/hsylyrrj
(76 is the group count)

 

See also Newsletter 60 for more about Poluish military stations.

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