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Report #113 07/01/15

AN INTERRUPTION
A trip to the Emergency Room turned into a stay of a week in the hospital. Various tests revealed I had a Hernia and an Ulcer. I am now back home and on regular food. I sure did not feel 100% and as a result I did very little monitoring.

CUBAN COMMUNICATIONS
Tue   2 June 8135 kHz HM01 & M08a at same time. 022305
Wed  3 June 8009 kHz HM01 & M08a at same time. 032259
Thu   4 June 8135 kHz Should be M08a. Instead is HM01. 042303
Fri   5 June 8135 Should be M08a. Instead is HM01. 052300
Wed 10 June 8009 kHz M08a & HMJ01 at same time. 102300
Thu 11 June 7554 kHz Should be M08a. Instead is YLSS w/5F groups. Very weak signal. 112004
Tue 30 June 8096 kHz M08a callup NDTGN DNDNA UGRUA. During this transmission there was brief tuning of another transmitter on top of M08a signal. 301359

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