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Re: 8414.5

John Pumford-Green
 

Hi guys,

At 22:50 UTC the dotting signal has increased in amplitude, and the single upper tone is still there too - they are unrelated - a few hours ago the single tone was much stronger in comparison to the much weaker dotting signal.

John
GM4SLV
IP90GG

On 23/02/2014 22:39, Dirk [mobile] wrote:


Hi Vernon,

Thanks for the info.
At 2130 UTC the USB carrier was still present here, but the dotting signal had disappeared.
I guess the two are unrelated.

Cheers- Dirk




This is what I get only at sunset….it starts to show up around 2000z builds in strength and then once in darkness for a while disappears….never see it any other time. Also tonight for some reason there is another tone in there.



Vern




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Re: 8414.5 [1 Attachment]

Dirk Claessens
 



Hi Vernon,

Thanks for the info.
At 2130 UTC the USB carrier was still present here, but the dotting signal had disappeared.
I guess the two are unrelated.

Cheers- Dirk




 

This is what I get only at sunset….it starts to show up around 2000z builds in strength and then once in darkness for a while disappears….never see it any other time. Also tonight for some reason there is another tone in there.

 

 Vern

 

<8414.5.bmp>

8414.5

Vernon Matheson
 

This is what I get only at sunset….it starts to show up around 2000z builds in strength and then once in darkness for a while disappears….never see it any other time. Also tonight for some reason there is another tone in there.

 

 Vern

 

Re: DSC 8414.5 transmission

Dirk Claessens
 

Hi John & all,

Yesterday I made a recording with Yaps in dBm logging mode, just to see what happened over the day. In the morning and early afternoon nothing was seen. The first signs of the rogue signal were seen around 1600UTC, slowly building up strength, to become stable around 1630.

Around 1730 the signal starts to decay very slowly, to disappear completely around 2100.
See attachment - the upward spikes are of course caused by normal signals coinciding with the sampling.

This is clearly propagation-related, and the source is likely located quite some distance away from Western Europe.

To get a (very) rough estimate of the location of the source, we need users who can hear/see the signal 24/7...

Cheers - Dirk




From: John Pumford-Green
To: dsc-list@...
Sent: Sunday, February 23, 2014 7:23 PM
Subject: Re: [dsc-list] DSC 8414.5 transmission

 
Hello all,

The "dotting pattern rogue transmitter" still seems to be audible on 8414.5,
although this evening it's joined by something transmitting a constant carrier
on the upper FSK tone frequency as well.

8MHz isn't going to produce much DX until these two rogues close down, or fade away.

John
GM4SLV


Re: Iceland on 12Mhz ?

Richard Ware
 

On 23 February 2014 18:36, <denno9@...> wrote:

It was definitely on 12MHZ, here's what I got:
2014-02-23 11:05:21 12577.0 002510100 Reykjavik Radio, ISL, 1767 Km
---------------------

Good man!
Lovely job

Rich

Re: Iceland on 12Mhz ?

Dryden f4vrg
 

Hi Richard, John,
It was definitely on 12MHZ, here's what I got:
2014-02-23 11:05:21 12577.0 002510100 Reykjavik Radio, ISL, 1767 Km
 73
Dryden 
RX:12577.0
SYMB: 102 102 017 000 040 012 040 108 000 025 010 010 000 109 126 126 126 126 126 126 126 
127 098 127 127 
FMT:AREA  CAT:SAF TO:AREA 70°N=>12° 040°W=>40° FR:COAST,002510100,ISL,Reykjavik Radio
TC1:J3E TP  TC2:NOINF  FREQ:--  POS:  --  EOS: EOS ECC: 98 OK
---

Re: DSC 8414.5 transmission

John Pumford-Green
 

Hello all,

The "dotting pattern rogue transmitter" still seems to be audible on 8414.5, although this evening it's joined by something transmitting a constant carrier on the upper FSK tone frequency as well.

8MHz isn't going to produce much DX until these two rogues close down, or fade away.

John
GM4SLV

On 19/02/2014 18:56, Dirk Claessens wrote:
Hi Dryden,

4 peaks are clearly showing on the spectrum. This can only occur for the "dotting" signal normally preceding a transmission.
A system on test? We have had a similar incident 6 months back with a strong carrier on 518 Navtex. By combining several bearings it was found to be a system located in the Dutch naval transmitter site of Scheveningen.
But taking a bearing on 8MHz could be tricky...

Regards - Dirk






________________________________
From: "denno9@..." <denno9@...>
To: dsc-list@...
Sent: Wednesday, February 19, 2014 5:53 PM
Subject: Re: [dsc-list] DSC 8414.5 transmission [1 Attachment]




This QRM is still coming through here, the PA must be getting a bit warm by now?
73
Dryden


Re: Iceland on 12Mhz ?

Richard Ware
 

On 23 February 2014 15:33, John Pumford-Green <gm4slv@...> wrote:

They have been seen before on HF - on 4/6/8/12 according to REU. I've seen
them
myself on at least 4MHz. I don't know what form their HF presence takes -
but it
seems not to be a part of a declared GMDSS role, as you say, it isn't listed
in
ALRS, nor in the IMO GMDSS Master Plan.

Nice catch, it's always interesting to see signals that "shouldn't really be
there" :-)
-----------------------

Thanks for that John.
Interesting.

Rich

Re: Iceland on 12Mhz ?

John Pumford-Green
 

Hi Rich,

They have been seen before on HF - on 4/6/8/12 according to REU. I've seen them myself on at least 4MHz. I don't know what form their HF presence takes - but it seems not to be a part of a declared GMDSS role, as you say, it isn't listed in ALRS, nor in the IMO GMDSS Master Plan.

Nice catch, it's always interesting to see signals that "shouldn't really be there" :-)

Cheers,

John

On 23/02/2014 15:23, Richard Ware wrote:
Hi folks

I spotted this in my log for this morning
Apparently logged on 12Mhz, and also logged error-free on DSC decoder

2014-02-23 11:05:22 12577.0 002510100 Reykjavik, ISL, 1845 Km


RX:12577.0
SYMB: 102 102 017 000 040 012 040 108 000 025 010 010 000 109 126 126
126 126 126 126 126
127 098 127 ~~~
FMT:AREA CAT:SAF TO:AREA 70�N=>12� 040�W=>40� FR:COAST,002510100,ISL,Reykjavik
TC1:J3E TP TC2:NOINF FREQ:-- POS: -- EOS: EOS ECC: 98 OK
---

I'm just wondering if this actually *was* on 12Mhz or whether it was
me forgetting to change frequencies on YADD (I'd been on 2Mhz
overnight). Having said that, from Southern UK to Iceland on 2Mhz,
mid-morning, would be pushing it a bit. I'm on 12Mhz now (1515z) and
there's been no further sign of Reykjavik.

Has anyone else logged Iceland on 12, or indeed any other HFDSC freq?
According to ALRS Volume 5, they operate VHF and MF only
I've had a look at a few logs in the message archive and it doesn't
look like it.
Apologies in advance if they *are* on HF and I've missed the appropriate notice


Rich
Southern UK


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Iceland on 12Mhz ?

Richard Ware
 

Hi folks

I spotted this in my log for this morning
Apparently logged on 12Mhz, and also logged error-free on DSC decoder

2014-02-23 11:05:22 12577.0 002510100 Reykjavik, ISL, 1845 Km


RX:12577.0
SYMB: 102 102 017 000 040 012 040 108 000 025 010 010 000 109 126 126
126 126 126 126 126
127 098 127 ~~~
FMT:AREA CAT:SAF TO:AREA 70°N=>12° 040°W=>40° FR:COAST,002510100,ISL,Reykjavik
TC1:J3E TP TC2:NOINF FREQ:-- POS: -- EOS: EOS ECC: 98 OK
---

I'm just wondering if this actually *was* on 12Mhz or whether it was
me forgetting to change frequencies on YADD (I'd been on 2Mhz
overnight). Having said that, from Southern UK to Iceland on 2Mhz,
mid-morning, would be pushing it a bit. I'm on 12Mhz now (1515z) and
there's been no further sign of Reykjavik.

Has anyone else logged Iceland on 12, or indeed any other HFDSC freq?
According to ALRS Volume 5, they operate VHF and MF only
I've had a look at a few logs in the message archive and it doesn't
look like it.
Apologies in advance if they *are* on HF and I've missed the appropriate notice


Rich
Southern UK

Re: Ship test

jillxbrian@...
 

Ok John. Very useful that, especially the list of stations that will respond.
Thanks a lot.
By the way I have found receiving all night more reliable by using a non sdr radio ie IC-718 and decoding with YaDD. I initially took the SDR route but both nights using SDR Console and my Funcube Pro+ resulted in SDR Console crashing, I could try either Sharp or HDSDR I guess but as the 718 works 'If it aint broke' etc, I'll stick with it.  Old fashioned way is best sometimes hi!.
Cheers!
Brian

Re: Ship test

John Pumford-Green
 

Hello Brian,

To answer your specific question about Solent and Dover - they don't answer DSC calls on 2187.5kHz for the simple reason that they are not equipped with MF DSC!

Currently the only UK Coastguard Stations which will respond MF DSC are:

Shetland 002320001
Aberdeen 002320004
Humber 002320007
Yarmouth 002320008
Thames 002320009
Brixham 002320013
Falmouth 002320014
Milford Haven 002320017
Belfast 002320021
Clyde 002320022
Stornoway 002320024

Of these :

1) Clyde itself no longer exists, and calls to its MMSI are responded by the DSC System in the "North West" quadrant - shared between Belfast and Stornoway.

2) Brixham and Swansea no longer have their own MF equipment and calls addressed to their MMSIs are responded by the DSC system in the "South West" quadrant - shared between Falmouth and Milford Haven

The fact that Clyde has closed down, and this fact has been published in "Notices to Mariners" doesn't seem to have stopped the continued use of it's MMSI by Ships - they seem very slow to catch on sometimes!

Solent and Dover are only active on VHF DSC - Channel 70, 156.525MHz.

To answer your more general question about Ship tests not being responded to by Coast Stations, I think there are 3 possibilities:

1) The Coast Station addresses is out of range of the Ship and doesn't receive the test call - either due to propagation issues, or that fact that the coast station is very far out of range, and the call is sent more in hope than expectation (the "DXing Radio Officer" syndrome)

2) The Coast Station receives, and replies, but is out of range of you, and you don't hear the reply.

3) The Test Message is addressed to a Coast Station that is not active on the DSC channel concerned.

Of these, number 3 is very, very commonly seen!

Often a ship will send a test call to the same MMSI on ALL channels - 2/4/6/8/12/16MHz, yet the particular Coast station is only active on perhaps 2MHz or 8MHz.

Perhaps for simplicity the ship sends calls to the same MMSI on VHF and MF, despite the Coast Station being VHF only, such as the Solent/Dover example.

I regularly see calls on 8MHz addressed to UK Coastguard stations, despite the fact the the UK Coastguard are not, and have never been, active on HF!

How about we have a game - report the silliest Ship to Shore Test call we see - taking into account the time of day, frequency, location of the vessel and the location of the Coast Station being called, and the published capabilities of the Coast Station?

Seeing a Ship in the Baltic call RCC Australia on 2MHz in the daytime would score highly - 1) 2MHz won't propagate well over that distance in daylight and 2) RCC Australia doesn't have 2MHz DSC capabilities!

You ask about Voice Call tests too...

Coast Stations (in fact all stations) are still required to maintain a listening watch on VHF Channel 16 and voice calls for radio tests on Channel 16 will be responded to.

VHF DSC doesn't have a "TEST" funfion, unlike MF/HF DSC, so the weekly required DSC Check is done by initiating a DSC call to a Coast Station, on VHF CH. 70, followed by a voice call, either on Ch. 16 or on whatever channel is requested by the receiving Coast Station, during which they can verify that the DSC Message was received.

MF DSC has a "Test" facility, and many Coast Stations are set up to respond automatically, with no operator intervention, to such TEST calls.

Since the introduction of GMDSS it is no longer a requirement to maintain a listening watch on 2182kHz - but a few UK Coastguards do so - as long as they ensure that at least one of their MF sites is tuned to 2187.5kHz DSC. You might hear a few 2182kHz SSB test calls, but they are diminishing over time, as DSC becomes the dominant method of raising a Coast Station.


Cheers,

John

On 23/02/2014 08:27, jillxbrian@... wrote:
Hi all. Log overnight only of the usual suspects so didn't think you would be interested, but here's a question instead.
During the day all I seem to get on 2 megs is ship to ship or ship to shore test. Now what I don't understand is when this is done by voice ie boat/ship requesting radio report to Solent Coastguard for instance, they always get a response. I have just picked up two 'tests' presumably requesting a similar response (Dover and Solent), but as usual there isn't any. It would liven things up a bit if they did, so any ideas why not please?.
(As I'm only a stones throw from Solent Coastguard propagation can't be a problem).

RX:2187.5
SYMB: 120 120 000 023 020 001 010 108 022 097 006 000 000 118 126 126 126 126 126 126 126
117 016 117 117
FMT:SEL CAT:SAF TO:COAST,002320011,ENG,Solent Coastguard FR:SHIP,229706000
TC1:TEST TC2:NOINF FREQ:-- POS: -- EOS: REQ ECC: 16 OK
---
RX:2187.5
SYMB: 120 120 000 023 020 001 000 108 022 097 006 000 000 118 126 126 126 126 126 126 126
117 026 117 117
FMT:SEL CAT:SAF TO:COAST,002320010,ENG,Dover Coastguard FR:SHIP,229706000
TC1:TEST TC2:NOINF FREQ:-- POS: -- EOS: REQ ECC: 26 OK
Cheers!
Brian
---

RNA - DSC Log Onslow Nova Scotia

Vernon Matheson
 

I continued to monitor 8414.5 khz for another night as the NDB band was dead.


Session Report for Vernon Matheson, VE1VDM
Listening Location: DSC, FN85ij (45�23'12"N 063�18'15"W)
Report Created On Feb 23, 2014
Receiver(s): Icom R75
Antenna(s): 500' elevated longwire @ 35' AGL
Software: Multipsk 4.26 Reg.
Report Sorted by Time in Ascending order, Frequency Range 0.00 - 17,000.00 kHz
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
YYYY-MM-DD UTC kHz Call LSB USB km New Location

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2014-02-23 00:37 8414.5 003669993 8692 Honolulu Radio, HWA
2014-02-23 01:36 8414.5 007251860 8764 Valparaiso, CHL
2014-02-23 02:27 8414.5 003669899 5850 Y Kodiak Radio, ALS
2014-02-23 03:16 8414.5 007100001 7858 Y Rio de Janerio Radio, BRA
2014-02-23 06:03 8414.5 007600129 6995 Y Mollendo Radio, PRU
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Output Generated By WWSU 6.4 (2013, Alex Wiecek - VE3GOP, http://www.ve3gop.com)
5 stations logged during this Session (3 new)
Total number of stations logged from all listening locations - 1357 (1177 NDB, 92 Navtex, 75 DGPS,
156 DSC, 133 HAM, 5 OTHER)







<Selective call to a particular individual station>
Called MMSI station address: 357510000 [Ship] (COS GLORY, 3FKX9 - Panama)
Category: Safety
MMSI self-identifier: 007251860 [Coast station: Valparaiso Playa Ancha MRCC Valparaiso] (Chile)
Telecommand 1: Test
Telecommand 2: No information
RX frequency: HF/MF channel: 00841 TX frequency: HF/MF channel: 00841
Check Sum: OK
Date and time of decoding: 02/23/2014 01:36:55



<Selective call to a particular individual station>
Called MMSI station address: 574693000 [Ship] (VOSCO SKY, XVIP - Viet Nam)
Category: Safety
MMSI self-identifier: 007100001 [Coast station: Rio MRCC Brazil] (Brazil)
Telecommand 1: Test
Telecommand 2: No information
Neither RX/TX frequencies nor position supplied
Check Sum: OK
Date and time of decoding: 02/23/2014 03:16:45


<Selective call to a particular individual station>
Called MMSI station address: 373251000 [Ship] (TOPKAPI, 3FBW7 - Panama)
Category: Safety
MMSI self-identifier: 007600129 [Coast station: Mollendo MRCC Mollendo] (Peru)
Telecommand 1: Test
Telecommand 2: No information
Neither RX/TX frequencies nor position supplied
Check Sum: OK
Date and time of decoding: 02/23/2014 06:03:54

DSC Log from Corby

Dryden f4vrg
 

Hello all, Conditions here on 2 MHz are still rather dull.
73
Dryden
IO92om/Lowe HF150/80m band dipole/YaDD 1.5.1 

2014-02-22 22:08:29 2187.5 002241026 Las Palmas Radio, CNR, 3017 Km
2014-02-23 00:26:37 2187.5 002770330 Klaipeda Rescue Centre, LTU, 1464 Km
2014-02-23 00:28:28 2187.5 002241024 Valencia Radio, ESP, 1535 Km
2014-02-23 00:54:52 2187.5 002711000 Istanbul Radio, TUR, 2569 Km
2014-02-23 01:18:13 2187.5 002470002 Palermo Radio, SCY, 1921 Km
2014-02-23 01:59:00 2187.5 002240994 Tarifa MRCC, ESP, 1874 Km
2014-02-23 02:08:02 2187.5 002510100 Reykjavik Radio, ISL, 1767 Km
2014-02-23 02:34:28 2187.5 002470001 Roma Radio, ITA, 1569 Km
2014-02-23 03:02:44 2187.5 002570700 Bodoe Radio, NOR, 1837 Km
2014-02-23 04:25:12 2187.5 002733700 Saint Petersburg Radio, RUS, 2005 Km
2014-02-23 05:40:45 2187.5 002734417 Kaliningrad Radio, KAL, 1435 Km
2014-02-23 05:49:18 2187.5 006052110 Alger Radio, ALG, 1782 Km
2014-02-23 05:53:15 2187.5 002240993 Finisterre MRCC, ESP, 1252 Km
  
 
RX:2187.5
SYMB: 120 120 024 098 048 000 000 108 000 022 041 002 060 126 126 055 012 063 000 015 000 
122 046 122 122 
FMT:SEL  CAT:SAF TO:SHIP,249848000 FR:COAST,002241026,CNR,Las Palmas Radio
TC1:NOINF  TC2:NOINF  FREQ:--  POS: 26.30°N 015.00°W EOS: ACK ECC: 46 OK
---
RX:2187.5
SYMB: 120 120 021 085 072 000 000 108 000 027 070 033 000 118 126 126 126 126 126 126 126 
122 018 122 122 
FMT:SEL  CAT:SAF TO:SHIP,218572000 FR:COAST,002770330,LTU,Klaipeda Rescue Centre
TC1:TEST  TC2:NOINF  FREQ:--  POS: -- EOS: ACK ECC: 18 OK
---
RX:2187.5
SYMB: 120 120 030 091 098 000 000 108 000 022 041 002 040 118 126 002 018 020 002 018 020 
122 084 122 122 
FMT:SEL  CAT:SAF TO:SHIP,309198000 FR:COAST,002241024,ESP,Valencia Radio
TC1:TEST  TC2:NOINF  FREQ:--  POS: -- EOS: ACK ECC: 84 OK
---
RX:2187.5
SYMB: 120 120 027 022 083 000 000 108 000 027 011 000 000 118 126 126 126 126 126 126 126 
122 040 122 122 
FMT:SEL  CAT:SAF TO:SHIP,272283000 FR:COAST,002711000,TUR,Istanbul Radio
TC1:TEST  TC2:NOINF  FREQ:--  POS: -- EOS: ACK ECC: 40 OK
---
RX:2187.5
SYMB: 120 120 063 060 091 086 050 108 000 024 070 000 020 118 126 126 126 126 126 126 126 
122 016 122 122 
FMT:SEL  CAT:SAF TO:SHIP,636091865 FR:COAST,002470002,SCY,Palermo Radio
TC1:TEST  TC2:NOINF  FREQ:--  POS: -- EOS: ACK ECC: 16 OK
---
RX:2187.5
SYMB: 120 120 047 079 047 040 000 108 000 022 040 099 040 118 126 126 126 126 126 126 126 
122 116 122 122 
FMT:SEL  CAT:SAF TO:SHIP,477947400 FR:COAST,002240994,ESP,Tarifa MRCC
TC1:TEST  TC2:NOINF  FREQ:--  POS: -- EOS: ACK ECC: 116 OK
---
RX:2187.5
SYMB: 102 102 017 000 040 012 028 108 000 025 010 010 000 109 126 002 018 020 002 018 020 
127 086 127 127 
FMT:AREA  CAT:SAF TO:AREA 70°N=>12° 040°W=>28° FR:COAST,002510100,ISL,Reykjavik Radio
TC1:J3E TP  TC2:NOINF  FREQ:02182.0/02182.0KHz  POS:  --  EOS: EOS ECC: 86 OK
---
RX:2187.5
SYMB: 120 120 053 080 090 040 010 108 000 024 070 000 010 118 126 126 126 126 126 126 126 
122 047 122 122 
FMT:SEL  CAT:SAF TO:SHIP,538090401 FR:COAST,002470001,ITA,Roma Radio
TC1:TEST  TC2:NOINF  FREQ:--  POS: -- EOS: ACK ECC: 47 OK
---
RX:2187.5
SYMB: 120 120 027 031 048 081 000 108 000 025 070 070 000 118 126 126 126 126 126 126 126 
122 026 122 122 
FMT:SEL  CAT:SAF TO:SHIP,273148810 FR:COAST,002570700,NOR,Bodoe Radio
TC1:TEST  TC2:NOINF  FREQ:--  POS: -- EOS: ACK ECC: 26 OK
---
RX:2187.5
SYMB: 120 120 027 033 034 071 000 108 000 027 033 070 000 118 126 126 126 126 126 126 126 
122 069 122 122 
FMT:SEL  CAT:SAF TO:SHIP,273334710 FR:COAST,002733700,RUS,Saint Petersburg Radio
TC1:TEST  TC2:NOINF  FREQ:--  POS: -- EOS: ACK ECC: 69 OK
---
RX:2187.5
SYMB: 120 120 031 041 058 000 000 108 000 027 034 041 070 118 126 126 126 126 126 126 126 
122 060 122 122 
FMT:SEL  CAT:SAF TO:SHIP,314158000 FR:COAST,002734417,KAL,Kaliningrad Radio
TC1:TEST  TC2:NOINF  FREQ:--  POS: -- EOS: ACK ECC: 60 OK
---
RX:2187.5
SYMB: 120 120 030 041 034 000 000 108 000 060 052 011 000 118 126 126 126 126 126 126 126 
122 112 122 122 
FMT:SEL  CAT:SAF TO:SHIP,304134000 FR:COAST,006052110,ALG,Alger Radio
TC1:TEST  TC2:NOINF  FREQ:--  POS: -- EOS: ACK ECC: 112 OK
---
RX:2187.5
SYMB: 120 120 022 045 090 000 000 100 000 022 040 099 030 109 126 002 027 020 002 027 020 
117 088 ~~~ 117 
FMT:SEL  CAT:RTN TO:SHIP,224590000 FR:COAST,002240993,ESP,Finisterre MRCC
TC1:J3E TP  TC2:NOINF  FREQ:02272.0/02272.0KHz  POS: -- EOS: REQ ECC: 88 OK
---

Re: Ship test

jillxbrian@...
 

Ok Rick, thanks for that. I thought that might be the case, but couldn't believe these ship's captains were so out of date that they continue, with others, transmitting radio checks fruitlessly.  I've just seen Corsen, Belfast and Falmouth receive similar requests, but guess at this frequency/time of day I'm not likely to pick them up anyway.  All seems a bit odd to me hi!
Cheers
Brian

Re: Ship test

Richard Ware
 

On 23 February 2014 08:27, <jillxbrian@...> wrote:

I have just picked up two 'tests' presumably requesting a similar
response (Dover and Solent), but as usual there isn't any.

-------------

I think you'll find that's because neither Solent nor Dover CG are
monitoring 2187.5Khz
They are VHF Ch70 only

Regards
Rich

Ship test

jillxbrian@...
 

Hi all. Log overnight only of the usual suspects so didn't think  you would be interested, but here's a question instead.
During the day all I seem to get on 2 megs is ship to ship or ship to shore test.  Now what I don't understand is when this is done by voice ie boat/ship requesting radio report to Solent Coastguard for instance, they always get a response.  I have just picked up two 'tests'  presumably requesting a similar response (Dover and Solent), but as usual there isn't any.  It would liven things up a bit if they did, so any ideas why not please?.
(As I'm only a stones throw from Solent Coastguard propagation can't be a problem).

RX:2187.5
SYMB: 120 120 000 023 020 001 010 108 022 097 006 000 000 118 126 126 126 126 126 126 126
117 016 117 117
FMT:SEL  CAT:SAF TO:COAST,002320011,ENG,Solent Coastguard FR:SHIP,229706000
TC1:TEST  TC2:NOINF  FREQ:--  POS: -- EOS: REQ ECC: 16 OK
---
RX:2187.5
SYMB: 120 120 000 023 020 001 000 108 022 097 006 000 000 118 126 126 126 126 126 126 126
117 026 117 117
FMT:SEL  CAT:SAF TO:COAST,002320010,ENG,Dover Coastguard FR:SHIP,229706000
TC1:TEST  TC2:NOINF  FREQ:--  POS: -- EOS: REQ ECC: 26 OK
Cheers!
Brian
---

DSC Log Montreal 15-22 February

Guillaume Perron
 

Disturbed conditions this past week.
73, Guillaume

2187.5 kHz

2014-02-13 06:13:00 2187.5 002191000 Lyngby Radio, DNK, 5554 Km
2014-02-16 15:59:13 2187.5 003669990 CAMSPAC Pt Reyes, USA, 4112 Km
2014-02-16 17:17:58 2187.5 003669991 COMMSTA Boston, USA, 468 Km
2014-02-16 17:28:22 2187.5 003669993 CAMSPAC Honolulu, HWA, 7936 Km
2014-02-16 19:24:24 2187.5 006010001 Cape Town Radio, AFS, 12761 Km

6312 kHz

2014-02-23 02:08:29 6312.0 002711000 Istanbul Radio, TUR, 7718 Km

8414.5 kHz

2014-02-15 22:18:38 8414.5 002241022 Coruna Radio, ESP, 5039 Km
2014-02-16 02:09:37 8414.5 003660003 Mobile Radio WLO, USA, -- Km
2014-02-16 02:26:29 8414.5 006452700 Mauritius Radio, MAU, 14771 Km
2014-02-17 00:37:19 8414.5 003669990 CAMSPAC Pt Reyes, USA, 4112 Km
2014-02-17 03:36:11 8414.5 002711000 Istanbul Radio, TUR, 7718 Km
2014-02-17 05:43:46 8414.5 003669997 COMMSTA Miami, USA, 2276 Km
2014-02-17 10:02:19 8414.5 005030001 Charleville / Wiluna Radio, AUS, 17582 Km
2014-02-18 03:02:37 8414.5 003669993 CAMSPAC Honolulu, HWA, 7936 Km
2014-02-18 04:28:38 8414.5 006010001 Cape Town Radio, AFS, 12761 Km
2014-02-20 01:02:39 8414.5 002371000 Olympia Radio, GRC, 7622 Km
2014-02-22 11:28:25 8414.5 003669999 USCG Group Call, USA, -- Km

12577 kHz

2014-02-15 01:07:44 12577.0 003669993 CAMSPAC Honolulu, HWA, 7936 Km
2014-02-15 12:10:53 12577.0 003660003 Mobile Radio WLO, USA, -- Km
2014-02-15 12:22:03 12577.0 002241022 Coruna Radio, ESP, 5039 Km
2014-02-18 18:52:45 12577.0 003669997 COMMSTA Miami, USA, 2276 Km
2014-02-18 20:41:39 12577.0 006010001 Cape Town Radio, AFS, 12761 Km
2014-02-18 22:09:19 12577.0 003669990 CAMSPAC Pt Reyes, USA, 4112 Km

16804.5 kHz

2014-02-15 13:17:02 16804.5 002711000 Istanbul Radio, TUR, 7718 Km
2014-02-15 16:07:30 16804.5 003669999 USCG Group Call, USA, -- Km
2014-02-15 16:23:46 16804.5 003669993 CAMSPAC Honolulu, HWA, 7936 Km
2014-02-15 22:47:21 16804.5 003669899 Kodiak Radio, ALS, 5315 Km
2014-02-16 12:55:26 16804.5 002371000 Olympia Radio, GRC, 7622 Km
2014-02-16 21:38:32 16804.5 003669990 CAMSPAC Pt Reyes, USA, 4112 Km
2014-02-16 23:13:25 16804.5 003669991 COMMSTA Boston, USA, 468 Km
2014-02-17 16:32:58 16804.5 003669997 COMMSTA Miami, USA, 2276 Km
2014-02-20 20:28:55 16804.5 006010001 Cape Town Radio, AFS, 12761 Km

DSC log - Isle Fehmarn - German Baltic - 2014-02-22

hirsel59@...
 

Report from    : Michael Heinemann
QTH              : Isle Fehmarn - German Baltic
Locators        : 54.4375N - 11.125E - JO54nk
Receiver        : AOR 3000A
Antenna        : pa0rdt Mini-Whip @ 7m / random- longwire
Decoder        : YaDD 1.4



2187.5 Khz.

2014-02-22 00:02:15 2187.5 002301000 Mariehamn Radio, FIN, 829 Km
2014-02-22 00:09:48 2187.5 002500200 Valentia Radio, IRL, 1454 Km
2014-02-22 00:25:11 2187.5 002371000 Olympia Radio, GRC, 2064 Km
2014-02-22 00:31:43 2187.5 002241024 Valencia Radio, ESP, 1944 Km
2014-02-22 00:32:46 2187.5 002711000 Istanbul Radio, TUR, 1986 Km
2014-02-22 00:34:31 2187.5 002320014 Falmouth Coastguard, ENG, 1286 Km
2014-02-22 00:38:20 2187.5 002653000 Goteborg Radio, SWE, 343 Km
2014-02-22 00:42:43 2187.5 002320004 Aberdeen Coastguard, SCT, 877 Km
2014-02-22 00:45:09 2187.5 002652000 Stockholm Radio, SWE, 236 Km
2014-02-22 01:11:07 2187.5 002050480 Ostende Radio, BEL, 633 Km
2014-02-22 01:31:30 2187.5 002470002 Palermo Radio, SCY, 1813 Km
2014-02-22 01:32:31 2187.5 002610210 Witowo Radio, POL, 347 Km
2014-02-22 01:36:55 2187.5 006052110 Alger Radio, ALG, 2061 Km
2014-02-22 01:43:40 2187.5 002320001 Shetland Coastguard, SHE, 1009 Km
2014-02-22 01:57:41 2187.5 002570100 Tjome Radio, NOR, 560 Km
2014-02-22 02:01:03 2187.5 002070810 Varna Radio, BUL, 1748 Km
2014-02-22 02:35:28 2187.5 002570300 Rogaland Radio, NOR, 581 Km
2014-02-22 02:48:04 2187.5 002570500 Floroe Radio, NOR, 875 Km
2014-02-22 02:54:04 2187.5 002240994 Tarifa MRCC, ESP, 2418 Km
2014-02-22 02:57:55 2187.5 002734419 Astrakhan Radio, RUS, 2730 Km
2014-02-22 03:06:32 2187.5 002241026 Las Palmas Radio, CNR, 3674 Km
2014-02-22 03:09:22 2187.5 002320017 Milford Haven Coastguard, WLS, 1286 Km
2014-02-22 04:03:58 2187.5 002734446 Taman Radio, RUS, 2111 Km
2014-02-22 04:08:45 2187.5 002770330 Klaipeda Rescue Centre, LTU, 651 Km
2014-02-22 04:17:41 2187.5 002275000 CROSS Etel, FRA, 1251 Km
2014-02-22 05:09:00 2187.5 002275200 CROSS Jobourg, FRA, 1034 Km
2014-02-22 05:34:41 2187.5 002470001 Roma Radio, ITA, 1428 Km
2014-02-22 05:44:37 2187.5 002275400 CROSS La Garde, FRA, 1322 Km
2014-02-22 06:13:20 2187.5 002320024 Stornoway Coastguard, SCT, 1156 Km
2014-02-22 08:55:35 2187.5 002111240 Bremen Radio, DEU, 175 Km
2014-02-22 16:26:16 2187.5 002653000 Goteborg Radio, SWE, 343 Km
2014-02-22 19:33:33 2187.5 002275400 CROSS La Garde, FRA, 1322 Km
2014-02-22 19:35:09 2187.5 002320007 Humber Coastguard, ENG, 812 Km
2014-02-22 20:02:38 2187.5 002320009 Thames Coastguard, ENG, 717 Km
2014-02-22 21:54:42 2187.5 002734417 Kaliningrad Radio, KAL, 620 Km
2014-02-22 21:58:16 2187.5 002241022 Coruna Radio, ESP, 1877 Km
2014-02-22 22:44:20 2187.5 002711000 Istanbul Radio, TUR, 1986 Km
2014-02-22 23:06:13 2187.5 002652000 Stockholm Radio, SWE, 236 Km
2014-02-22 23:13:33 2187.5 002050480 Ostende Radio, BEL, 633 Km
2014-02-22 23:29:09 2187.5 002320014 Falmouth Coastguard, ENG, 1286 Km
2014-02-22 23:37:14 2187.5 002442000 Netherlands CG Radio, HOL, 526 Km
2014-02-22 23:48:15 2187.5 002191000 Lyngby Radio, DNK, 230 Km





 

RNA - DSC logs Onslow NS

Vernon Matheson
 

A few that for some reason never hit the log over the last couple of years..even though I have copied them many times LOL!!! Getting old and forgetfull I guess.




Session Report for Vernon Matheson, VE1VDM
Listening Location: DSC, FN85ij (45�23'12"N 063�18'15"W)
Report Created On Feb 22, 2014
Receiver(s): Icom R75
Antenna(s): 500' elevated longwire @ 35' AGL
Software: Multipsk 4.26
Report Sorted by Date in Descending order, Frequency Range 0.00 - 17,000.00 kHz
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YYYY-MM-DD UTC kHz Call LSB USB km New Location

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2014-02-22 21:08 12577 003669990 4890 Y Point Reyes Radio, CA, USA
2014-02-22 12:24 12577 003669991 716 Y Boston Radio, MA, USA
2014-02-22 22:09 12577 237673000 6911 Y Piraeus JRCC, GRC
2014-02-22 12:13 12577 002241022 4278 Y Coruna Radio, ESP
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Output Generated By WWSU 6.4 (2013, Alex Wiecek - VE3GOP, http://www.ve3gop.com)
4 stations logged during this Session (4 new)
Total number of stations logged from all listening locations - 1357 (1177 NDB, 92 Navtex, 75 DGPS,
153 DSC, 133 HAM, 5 OTHER)