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

(Date: September 2008)

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4624.3 kHz, 02-9 1239 UTC : Unid morse station "51". The messages were raspy CW hand sent and a bit odd. (heard by Eric in Georgia , USA )
  VVV 51 51 51 KMN MQG AR
VVV 51 51 51 PKC MQG AR
VVV 51 51 51 NTR MQG AR
VVV 51 51 51 VHF MQG AR
VVV 51 51 51 NPF MQG AR
6821.0 kHz, 27-9 0950 UTC : Mode: morse. Nonstop "=00000058082120000000". Long zero's (heard by ALF)
6986.0 kHz, 03-9 1658 UTC : Unid morse station. Short zero. "tt 88 88 40 47 40 47 40 49 40 49 40 50 40 50 40 51 40 51 40 52 40 52 40 53 40 53 50 27 50 27 50 28 50 28 (logged by FMB)
7045.0 kHz, heard daily : Unid NGO in Sudan. Sends messages in phonetic five letter groups. Once heard sending five letter code groups. Languages on this net: Vernacular, Dholuo? English. Call signs used: MM, NE, NU, AA, AK, AJ, AL, AT, AO, DU, WL1, WL2, WL4, WL5, WL6, WL9, WL10, BR, WM, NU, MAJ, Ikola?, Kabwe, Kalulu. (reported via IARUMS).
7048.0 kHz, heard daily : Unid African net, probably Sudanese. Languages: English, Arabic, vernacular. Verbal Morse. Call signs: WA, S, T, SM, AU, PK, PS, AC, BC, B3, B7 B8, B9, B15, CC, Malakal, Yambio. (reported via IARUMS).
9040.9 kHz, 08-9 0834 UTC : Unid channel marker. Short 140 mS pip every 5.6 seconds. (logged by PPA)

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