Hundred thirty-second edition of the N&O column / Spooks newsletter

(Date: September 2008)

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Morse stations

MX

Besides the usual bunch of channel markers and cluster beacons mysterious beacon "W" was logged in Southern Saskatchewan, Canada . The beacon transmitted on 7039 kHz and may have been a defective F or K beacon. Only heard on one day.

See also Newsletter 133.

M21

Russian Air Defense (PVO) has been quite active in September. The usual tracking and time/id strings have been noted on the following frequencies.

Id "0" : 5201.0 kHz
Id "8" : 4505.0, 4542.0, 5772.0, 5873.0, 7439.0, 7913.5 kHz
Id "9" : 4505.5, 7913.5 kHz

Samples:

See also Newsletter 132.

M22

4XZ was heard on 4331 and 6379 kHz with its VVV marker and messages.

See also Newsletter 135.

M41

Russian Air Defense (PVO)

4959 kHz. Many messages. Only copied on the 16th.

See also Newsletter 134.

M89

V DKG6 DKG6 DKG6 de 3A7D 3A7D on 7602 kHz
V QPZM QPZM QPZM de WOXN WOXN on 7568 kHz
+ message, repeated 3x "COMM / 2000 / LZ779 AR / 0946 / 0581 + QSL HR NR 27 AR 155 1915 RMKS 0946 /0581 TCH957 =".
After the message, the marker QPZM QPZM QPZM DE WOXN WOXN returned.
Time: 1112 UTC, date: 26-9. The transmitter was located near Lanzhou, China .
See also Newsletter 133.

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