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

(Date: September 2007)

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Morse stations

MX

Cluster beacons

Channel markers

See also Newsletter 122.

M18

Finally heard again on 3883 kHz. Only for a couple of days. Bad conditions?

It sends the time as UTC+5 hours.

See also Newsletter 125.

M21

Only one log this month: 5201 kHz. Id "0". "=992157??0????? =992158??0?????"

See also Newsletter 122.

M22

4XZ was active on 3700, 4331 and 6379 kHz with its usual "VVV DE 4XZ" strings and messages.

See also Newsletter 123.

M41

Jim's UNID in N&O #120 (9296 kHz, 03-8) was M41, the Russian station with tracking data similar to PVO (M21). The station is mostly heard on 4959 and parallel frequencies.

See also Newsletter 123.

M51

The French training stations were not often reported in September. They were heard on 5192.5, 5206, 5262 and 6888.5 kHz.

See also Newsletter 122.

M89

V T3AP T3AP T3AP DE QF3K QF3K on 5727.0, 8438.3 kHz
V B7TZ B7TZ B7TZ de 8PNX 8PNX on 3846, 4928, 8046 kHz
V CP17 CP17 CP17 de L9CC L9CC on 7043.2, 7056.0, 7056.6, 7059.2, 7061.3, 7062.0, 7062.7, 7069.2, 7064.1, 7078.3 kHz

M89 variant: V Q2M Q2M DE NYZ NYZ on 6840.0 NYZ

See also Newsletter 122.

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