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Report #101 07/01/14

SLOPPY OPERATING
Sloppy operating continues to occur frequently. Here are a few examples observed during June monitoring.
Monday - 2 June 11635 kHz 1800 Schedule. Ran cut numbers in CW and HM01 transmissions at the same time.
Friday - 6 June 11635 kHz 1800 Schedule. Reverted to groups previously sent on 5 June.
Sunday - 8 June 8135 kHz 2300 Schedule. YL/SS w/text of 5F groups plus M08a at same time.
Monday - 9 June 11635 kHz 2100 Schedule. Reverted to groups sent previously on 5 & 6 June.
Tuesday - 10 June 7554 kHz 2000 Schedule. YL/SS in LSB w/Atencion, texts of 5F groups. Bad QRN and weak signal.

MORGAN COUNTY WV COMMUNICATIONS
Motorola Solutions, Inc. was the company chosen by the County commissioners for upgrading county emergency communications systems. The upgrade includes emergency services communications with field units and the 911 dispatchers. The present UHF system will be expanded to be compatible with the WV Statewide Interoperable Radio Network. In addition, repeaters will be installed in the Sheriff Department vehicles and the radios upgraded to UHF/VHF "crossband" equipment like that of the WV State Police. Equipment should be installed on 4 towers; Short Mountain, Cacapon Mountain, a location in northern Morgan County, and a tower planned for Purslane Mountain. Source: Martinsburg Journal

LOGGINGS
Freq/Remarks/Time of Intercept [DDHHMM]
209 SYS Somerset, PA Beacon 060145
317 CBE Cumberland, MD Beacon 060144
366 YMW Maniwaki, QC, Canada Beacon 060139
3330 Canadian Time Signal 060153
3484.5 OM/EE in USB w/wx 06155
8015 ENIGMA M51. 5L groups, auto sent CW 122301
8050 U/I in CW NR. . 9833 BT AR AR AR (terrible fist) 042302
8135 ENIGMA M08a Cuban cut numbers in CW 272318
13528 S Russian Military Beacon Severomorsk 261647
16332 D Russian Military Beacon Sevastapol 261644

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