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

(Date: November 2008)

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Morse stations

MX

Beacons D, P, S and C were active on most of the regular cluster frequencies. No reports received for A, F, K and M.

18.1//14372//14397//14424 kHz. VGK Ny General Staff, Moscow. Mode: CIS-36/50. Transmissions were keyed with a Morse "C" from the Navy beacon Moscow. Noted before several times since August.

Channel markers:

See also Newsletter 135.

M01b

One of the oldies that is still active. Check the Logs Section for logs.

M18

This Russian military channel marker has been heard on 3803.1 kHz in November. It transmits the time in UTC+3hrs format: 0011 0011 0012 0012 0013 0013 etc.

M21

PVO Russian Air Defense.

See also Newsletter 135.

M41

PVO Russian Air Defence. Messages on 4485 and 4959 kHz.

Samples:

See also Newsletter 135.

M89

V DKG6 DKG6 DKG6 DE 3A7D 3A7D on 3641.5, 7597.8, 7601 kHz
V mW3D mW3D mW3D DE 2SLC 2SLC on 4439 kHz
V QV5B QV5B Qv5B DE 7NPE 7NPE on 5500 kHz
V B7TZ B7TZ B7TZ DE 8PNX 8PNX on 4928, 8046 kHz
V 7NPE 7NPE 7NPE DE QV5B QV5B on 4225, 5500 kHz
V QP2M QP2M QP2M DE WOXN WOXN on 7568.1, 7833 kHz

M89 variant:

VVV Q2M Q2M Q2M DE NYZ NYZ on 4860, 6840 kHz
See also Newsletter 135.

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