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

(Date: November 2008)

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Unid stations

Unid 3770 kHz

Unid "77777"

An unid station has been heard on 3659 kHz (1648-1652 UTC), 4444 kHz (1515-1639 UTC) and 5344 kHz. It transmits "77777" for 12 minutes, followed by a 12 mins pause, and then the string again. More info is most welcome. (Logged by EB, FN and AG.)

Unid 1810 kHz

1810 kHz: The Polish "Pip" – 10 tones. Location: North Poland.

Unid "Ä" station

The still unid "Ä" was heard again in Morse on 7697 kHz. Message: "VVV VVV VVV NW Ä 26010 Ä 09857 Ä 54586 K. K. Ä Ä K" (Heard by Jim)

Unid 13229.4 and 13228.59 kHz

Another unid station appeared on shortwave. CW Dashes at approx 10-second intervals on either 13229.44 or 13228.59 kHz. The "dashes" may contain data. Too short to measure (less than one second). (Heard on 18-11 by Jim)

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