Hundred forty-first edition of the N&O column / Spooks newsletter

(Date: June 2009)

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Utility round-up

Taxis

The propagation seems to get better as Russian and Ukrainian taxi's are being reported in Western Europe more often lately. They have been heard on the following frequencies: 28005, 28035, 28155, 28275, 28295, 28300, 28305, 28375, 28905, 28155, 28175, 28195, 28215, 28305, 28305, 28475 kHz FM.

Also reported:
28315 kHz: Taxis near Malaga, Spain

African report

7045 kHz : Unid from Sudan. NGO, SPLA or SNLA?
Sends messages in 5 letter groups. Once heard with 5 figure groups.
Callsigns: MM, NE, NU, AA, AK, AJ, AL, AT, AO, DU, WL1, WL2, WL4, WL5, WL6, WL9, WL10, BR, WM, NU, MAJ, Ikola? Kabwe, Kalulu.
Languages on the net: Vernacular, Dholuo? English.
7048 kHz : Unid from Sudan. NGO or SPLA?
Callsigns: WA, S, T, SM, AU, PK, PS, AC, BC, B3, B7, B8, B9, B15, CC, Malakal, Yambio.
Languages on the net: English, vernacular, verbal Morse. Some Arabic heard.
7066 kHz : Unid from Sudan. NGO?
Also uses 5712 kHz.
Callsigns: B1, B2, AT, K1, KT, CT, TI, BT, B2, KR, JT, P1, LL, LA, A25, BJ, RK1, RK2, KA. L
anguages on the net: English, & a Nilotic language.
7070 kHz : Unid Somali net. Calls: Asmara, Afmadu, Dobleh, Baidoa, Merere, Garoe, Burhane, Mogadishu, Kismayu, Beletwein.

Source: IARUMS

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