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

(Date: November 2007)

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Edition #123, November 2007

The weather is quite bad when I'm, writing this. I have tuned one receiver to 2182 kHz and the other is on GMDSS frequency 2187.5 kHz and noticed that during the evening and night at least 4 distress calls came through. I'm glad that's is warm and dry in my shack :-)

Some have asked my why I'm still using plain text files instead of MS Word or PDF files. Well, it's quite simple. You can read TXT files on every type of PC no matter what systems or programs you are using. You are right when you say that the format is dull :-) Therefore I would like to know what you think. Should I change to another, more flashy, format and publish N&O as PDF file?

Ok, let's talk about Numbers now. The Cubans are still playing around with RDFT and the Russian military were quite active in November. Kaliningrad was even active on 420 and 583 kHz with messages and channel marker "P". Khiva has moved its 7002 kHz marker "V" to 6430 kHz. The French morse training nets are also very active. So far I still have no definite info about them. I know that the various stations are connected but how exactly.....


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