Hundred third edition of the N&O column / Spooks newsletter

(Date: Tue, 07 Feb 2006 14:03:34 +0100)

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Morse stations

MX

Channel markers:

Cluster beacons:

Last month I mentioned amateur beacon "O" on 7038.7 kHz. We now know that HAM operator DL4DSS/B from location JN57DR was responsible for this signal.

See also Newsletter 103.

M13

Fritz and Mark supplied most of the the M13 info for this edition of N&O. I have included four transcripts that Mark jotted down. See also the logs section.

5 January, 2100 UTC. 5 January, 2330 UTC.

253 (R5) BT 259 22 BT
54391 29845 20451 26802 29930
39740 36546 04949 27764 58393
22058 24788 25073 42063 61447
62473 38574 01714 17749 46607
59253 09417 BT
253
(R1) BT 259 22 BT 474 (R1)
54391 29845 20451 26802 29930
39740 36546 04949 27764 58393
22058 24788 25073 42063 61447
62473 38574 01714 17749 46607
59253 09417 BT
0 0 0

474 (R5) BT 256 22 BT
31133 55373 45295 29145 23003
35547 31687 60495 13373 45949
10271 41466 38007 00315 50886
41357 17602 64699 27540 01024
52921 41340 BT
BT 256 22 BT
31133 55373 45295 29145 23003
35547 31687 60495 13373 45949
10271 41466 38007 00315 50886
41357 17602 64699 27540 01024
52921 41340 BT
0 0 0

12 January, 2100 UTC. 12 January, 2300 UTC.

714 (R5) BT 256 21 BT
22700 35596 18625 14094 39358
26377 29441 22726 55501 06554
61703 31449 08537 17349 11971
35039 01771 37100 23206 12102
45616 BT
714
(R1) BT 256 21 BT
22700 35596 18625 14094 39358
26377 29441 22726 55501 06554
61703 31449 08537 17349 11971
35039 01771 37100 23206 12102
45616 BT
0 0 0

458 (R5) BT 256 20 BT
45563 04445 04043 24664 24758
27213 32947 19648 17152 14329
23534 33674 41523 20064 61356
45621 27049 04798 30887 36860
BT
458
(R1) BT 256 20 BT
45563 04445 04043 24664 24758
27213 32947 19648 17152 14329
23534 33674 41523 20064 61356
45621 27049 04798 30887 36860
BT
0 0 0

22 January, Same message at 0515 and 2215 UTC.

501 (R5) BT 260 20 BT
36567 06703 07852 05472 42841
36271 27462 31892 06863 21921
45048 47610 13222 63803 37922
18404 13676 04903 25275 23152
BT
501
(R1) BT 260 20 BT
36567 06703 07852 05472 42841
36271 27462 31892 06863 21921
45048 47610 13222 63803 37922
18404 13676 04903 25275 23152
BT
0 0 0

See also Newsletter 104.

M21

Russian Air Defense was on:

3322, 4951.5, 5781.5, 6823.5 kHz : ID 0
5873 kHz : ID 1, 4 and 8
5918.5 kHz : ID 9
5921.5 kHz : ID ?

Sample messages:

M21 Voice version

5097 kHz, 0830 UTC, 16 Jan. Mode: USB. Female operator in Russian.

Logged by Igor.

Text:

00 0001 384 92 in 59 2160 for 1129
438 0001 0484
0484 92 in 64 in 30
438 0484 0483
0483 29 in 69 for 31
0483 92 in 68 for 32 511 0483 700 50
0483 92 in 74 for 33
0483 92 in 79 for 34
0483 92 in 78
2160 for 1135
0483 384 96 in 54 for 36
0483 96 in 52 for 37
0483 96 in 46 510 38... break 510 50 for 38
0483 96 in 47 for 39
0483 96 in 99 for 44 510 0483 20

<etc>

M21 variant

4959 kHz, 0629 UTC, 20 Jan. "YMG8 99-024". (Logged by KPY2)

Erratum in Newsletter 104.
See also Newsletter 104.

M22

4XZ is still on the air with CW transmissions. It seems that CW is only on 2680, 4331 and 6379 kHz these days. Most of the transmissions consist of the VVV marker only. "VVV DE 4XZ 4XZ = ="

See also Newsletter 104.

M32

See military section.

M51

Not as active as before but it's still there: M51.

Jim found it on 3957 kHz on 10 Jan at 2320 UTC with "NR25J 10 00:20:43 1984 = MWUIB VSMEO ... HKSBA VWYBT = NR26J 10 00:26:56 1984 = ... G5L"

Fritz also reports the station on: 5430//5457 kHz on 10 Jan at 1526 UTC with "= nr 80 j 10 16:26:13 1984 = 5LGx100" and on 6825//3881 kHz.

Still using 1984 instead of 2006.

See also Newsletter 105.

M87

The following M87 transcript was copied by our Russian friend, Igor.

12995 // 14666 kHz, 0700 UTC, 23 Jan. Hand keyed.

792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 000
792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 000
792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 000
792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 000
792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 000
792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 792 000

See also Newsletter 145.

M89

V CP17 CP17 CP17 DE L9CC L9CC on 7050.7, 7067.7 kHz
V T3AP T3AP T3AP DE QF3K QF3K on 3397, 4727, 5643.8 kHz
V TLU1 TLU1 TLU1 de SSC5 SSC5 on 3562, 5770 kHz

Igor sent us part of the transcript of one of the QF3K transmissions:

...
nr tt5 t845 rmks 6194 to 6190 6694 6664 8735 =
svc qrw 6194 qrw l18 0930 kp 6194 ar
agn
nr tt5 t845 rmks 6194 to 6190 6694 6664 8735 =
svc qrw 6194 qrw l18 0930 kp 6194 ar
hr nr 24 hr nr 24 qsl?

then the usual tape:

t3ap t3ap t3ap de qf3k qf3k v (rptd)

M89 variant

VVV Q2M Q2M Q2M de NYZ NYZ on 4860, 6840 kHz.

See also Newsletter 104.

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