North Korea

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Alan137
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North Korea

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Some freq to monitor...

11175 khz
8992 khz
6739 Khz
4724 KHz
USB

USS Ronald
USS Nimitz

Good ears, more to follow....

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Alan

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Thanks Alan , most interesting.

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i tell you people should have cbs news on i reckon there is going to be trouble !!
computers mess with my brain !

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It's not North Korea, but US freq.
You can't have too many antennas...

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If they resort to rtty or cw a handy wee piece of kit would be a cw/rtty decoder!
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Anybody heard anything?
I'll pay whatever i think it's worth...:-)

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whats a cw/rtty decoder ?
computers mess with my brain !

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CW is Morse code, continuous wave. RTTY is radio teletype, which sounds a little like fast Morse code, but uses two different tones and you can google Baudot if you want the history. Teleprinters use it. Do you remember the old football results on Saturdays at full time on BBC, where you saw them as they appeared on the studio teleprinter. Back then mechanical, but in the 80s we started to see people building decoders. I had one on a commodore VIC20 that on my HF radio decoded all sorts of stuff sent in the clear. It's still being used. Speed wise, I can type faster than it used to send! There was a bit of a craze for buying old creed teleprinters and getting them going on the air. They also printed out what you typed on paper tape, that you could then feed back in to send the message to somebody else! Amazing things!

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Shame the fleet were heading in the wrong direction!

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Alan137 wrote:Some freq to monitor...

11175 khz
8992 khz
6739 Khz
4724 KHz
USB

USS Ronald
USS Nimitz

Good ears, more to follow....

Regards
Alan
Just the normal US Freqs. Always American tfc on them.

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Just an EAM on 11175 kHz

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mof000 wrote:Anybody heard anything?
Unfortunaly nothing of interest.
I thought with the fleet rumoured to be heading towards that destination area I though some unusual/interesting coms might have been heard.
Nothing here atm.

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