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

(Date: April 2007)

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Various modes

M42 & X06

6835 kHz 14-07 2030 UTC Mode: BAUDOT 200.33Bd/500Hz.
Russian intel broadcasting "null" msg
 
8177 kHz 14-07 2024 UTC Mode: BAUDOT 200.33Bd/500Hz
Russian intel auto broadcasting "null" message, then moving to 6835 kHz
 
9240 kHz 26-04 0857 UTC Mazielka call. Sequence 565656
9302 kHz 10-04 0832 UTC Mode: MFSK-32 (Crowd36)
UNID Russian diplo. Occasional use of 25-tone OFDM.
Offline crypto traffic after 11177 00132.
QSX 13453 kHz.
 
9450 kHz 17-04 0804 UTC Mazielka call.
10240 kHz 16-04 1035 UTC Mazielka call. Sequence 123456
11411 kHz 07-04 0712 UTC Mazielka call.
12100 kHz 25-04 0705 UTC Mazielka call. Sequence 121212
13283 kHz 10-04 0821 UTC Mode: MFSK-32 (Crowd36)
Dep. of State Comms Moscow. Repetitive ARQ ctrl sequences. No messages noted. QSX not found.
Spurious signal from 13483 kHz(?)
 
13453 kHz 10-04 0832 UTC Mode: MFSK-32 (Crowd36)
UNID Russian diplo. Occasional use of 25-tone OFDM.
Offline crypto traffic after 11177 00132.
QSX 9302 kHz
 
13483 kHz 10-04 0820 UTC Mode: MFSK-32 (Crowd36)
Dep. of State Comms Moscow. Repetitive ARQ ctrl sequences. No messages noted. QSX not found.
 
13495 kHz 10-04 0814 UTC Mode: MFSK-32 (Crowd36)
Dep. of State Comms Moscow. Repetitive ARQ ctrl sequences. No messages noted. QSX not found.
 
13525 kHz 24-04 0940 UTC Mazielka call.
13683 kHz 10-04 0821 UTC Mode: MFSK-32 (Crowd36)
Dep. of State Comms Moscow. Repetitive ARQ ctrl sequences. No messages noted. QSX not found.
Spurious signal from 13483 kHz(?)
 
14650 kHz 24-04 0730 UTC Mazielka call. Sequence 215346

SK01

Our Cuban friends have been heard with a number of PSK31 transmissions again.

Modulations used were BPSK, PSK125, QPSK and PSK220F. Messages consisted of both cut and long numbers.

03-04 0700 UTC 6786 kHz
10-04 0700 UTC 6786 kHz
12-04 2000 UTC 7887 kHz
24-04 0700 UTC 6786 kHz
24-04 1600 UTC 17478 kHz
24-04 1700 UTC 17436 kHz

On 12-04 Chris reports

"Pedro has really lost it. 7887 is running several different PSK signals at the same time, PSK125, a BPSK31 signal, and a QPSK31. Ahh, now at 2009 they suddenly stopped, we've got the V2A YL voice running in progress."


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