Sixty-first edition of the N&O column / Spooks newsletter

(Date: Tue, 03 Jun 2003 12:30:04 +0200)

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See also below for more about S30.
See also Newsletter 62.

X06 / M42

Not much to report. The mazielka calls were heard on 8086 kHz on 19 May at 2007 UTC; on 6870 kHz on 9 May at 2145 UTC; and on 7682 kHz on 13 May at 1918 UTC. The latter was followed by a CW call to something like "TID" and traffic in MFSK.

10479 carried a M42 transmission from Dep. of State Comms Moscow with a message on link 00098, 1722 UTC on 29 May and on 14882 kHz Dep. of State Comms transmitted at 0730 UTC on 31 May msgs to "DKR" on link 70060.

A Russian intel regional relay was heard on 9073 kHz at 1605 UTC on 31 May. Msg to "162".

See also Newsletter 62.

S30 (ex-XT)

Rimantas checks in with the full schedules of "the Pip" from December 2002 - May 2003. MSK = Moscow Time (UTC+3h in Winter, +4h in Summer). Thanks for the note, Rimantas.

XPM

XPM is another new ENIGMA designator and is a sister of XP/XPH. I read in the ENIGMA newsletter that the main difference between the various XP variants is that...

XFR

The third new ENIGMA designator is XFR, a.k.a. the "Croaking Frog", a NATO over-the-horizon-radar, heard on various frequencies and times; amongst others on 7380, 7992, 10825, 10955, 13975, 14424, 18864 and 23000 kHz.

Jammers

During the past few months the infamous Chinese music jammers have been noted on the following frequencies:
6035, 7105, 7150, 7160, 7190, 7310, 7395, 7465, 7470, 7515, 7530, 7540, 9350, 9350, 9355, 9370, 9455, 9510, 9540, 9545, 9555, 9580, 9605, 9650, 9680, 9750, 9850, 9905, 9910, 9915, 9955, 9965, 11510, 11520, 11590, 11700, 11715, 11740, 11750, 11765,11780, 11785, 11795, 11805, 11830, 11855, 11895, 11935, 11945, 11955,11965, 11975, 11990, 11995, 12010, 12025, 12040, 12065, 13625, 13670,13675, 13680, 13690, 13720, 13740, 13760, 13775, 13800, 13835, 15150,15160, 15195, 15225, 15230, 15265, 15280, 15285, 15320, 15395, 15430,15465, 15510, 15515, 15665, 15680, 15695, 15795, 17495, 17525, 17540,17560, 17615, 17640, 17685, 17720, 17730, 17765, 17770, 17785, 17855, 17880, 21500, 21540, 21560, 21690, 21705 kHz

Other jammers reported this month are the usual bunch from Iran and Iraq in the 7 MHz band. Cuba jammed: 6040 and 9295 kHz, while Saudi Arabia reportedly jammed 15705 kHz.

See also Newsletter 63.

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