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Report #072 09/01/09
LOGGINGS (Times in UCT, Freqs in kHz)
8097 hrd at various times in MCW with Cuban cut nbrs (numbers).
12214 at 1330. Cuban cut nbrs.
13374 at 1413. Cuban cut nbrs.
14663 at 1505. FSK Morse with 5 figure groups. At 1509 goes into encrypted RTTY 50/184.
14841.4 at 1305. UI stn, very strong sig. Sends XXXXXX WEGI WEGI 07519 OTMQENIE 6522 4694 K Then rpts and goes down.
16612 at 1406. SS Males. Various stns. Control calling one station after another, brief comments with each. Weak signal and fading. Possible miliary net.
16679 at 1409. CW W/4F grps. Cuts zero as T.
16984 at 1412. RTTY 73/425. NAWS (Notice to all Allied Warships) DE CTP (Oeiras Naval, Portugal) with call/freq tape.
During the period of April lthrough July the reception of this target was spotty.
29 May at 1810 on 15699, fading, sending tfc dated 28 May.
7 July at 2303 on 13501 and 9269.
8 July at 2013 on 149651and 11446.
29 July at 1753 on 14485.
1 Aug at 1406 on 13573, sending tfc dated 29 July.
4 Aug at 1332 on 14527.
11 Aug at 1239 on 14527.
15 Aug at 1206 on 13876, sending tfc dated 13th.
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