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REU - DSC Logs from W Scotland

david
 

Hello All,

Although I agree that adding UNID's to the database is not a good idea, I
find it helpful to see reports of recurring signals. As an example, I logged
000016100 with consecutive transmissions on 2187.5 and on 4207.5 on 06 Dec.
This is plainly not a random error. It might be a 'pirate', or it might be a
mis-coded box. It might be many things, but it _IS_ an interesting
challenge. We tracked the "Chennai" and had a success with that. Who knows
what might be next?
So I have left the UNID's in the report, but I'm very happy that they should
be omitted from RXX.

Here are the stations logged in the last 7 days:

Session Report for David Atkins, GM8XBZ
Listening Location: Tighnabruaich, Argyll, IO75jv (55°54'18"N 005°14'07"W)
Report Created On December 09, 2019
Receiver(s): ELAD FDM-2
Antenna(s): MiniWhip @ 6m
Software: FDM SW2; YaDD - three instances
Report Sorted by Freq in Ascending order
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YYYY-MM-DD UTC kHz Call Location
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20191204 1200 2177.0 002050480 Ostende Radio, Belgium
20191203 1828 2177.0 002241022 Coruna Radio, Spain
20191204 0903 2177.0 002241024 Valencia Radio, Spain
20191202 2324 2177.0 002241026 Las Palmas Radio, Spain
20191202 0806 2177.0 002510100 Reykjavik Radio, Iceland
20191202 0135 2177.0 002570000 Public Correspondence, Norway
20191203 1448 2177.0 002570100 Tjome Radio, Norway
20191202 1000 2177.0 002570300 Rogaland Radio, Norway
20191203 1503 2177.0 235899980 RNLI College Poole, United Kingdom

20191204 0620 2187.5 000000003 UNID, UNK
20191206 0418 2187.5 000016100 UNID, UNK
20191207 0159 2187.5 002040100 Delgada, Azores
20191202 0217 2187.5 002050480 Ostende Radio, Belgium
20191202 2128 2187.5 002070810 Varna Radio, Bulgaria
20191202 0009 2187.5 002111240 Bremen Radio, Germany
20191202 0007 2187.5 002191000 Lyngby Radio, Denmark
20191202 0651 2187.5 002240993 Finisterre MRCC, Spain
20191202 0202 2187.5 002240994 Tarifa MRCC, Spain
20191202 1007 2187.5 002240996 MRCC Bilbao, Spain
20191202 0007 2187.5 002241022 Coruna Radio, Spain
20191202 0033 2187.5 002241024 Valencia Radio, Spain
20191202 0001 2187.5 002241026 Las Palmas Radio, Spain
20191202 0703 2187.5 002275000 CROSS Etel, France
20191202 0232 2187.5 002275100 CROSS Gris Nez, France
20191202 0638 2187.5 002275200 CROSS Jobourg, France
20191202 1801 2187.5 002275300 CROSS Corsen, France
20191202 0742 2187.5 002275400 CROSS La Garde, France
20191202 0059 2187.5 002301000 Mariehamn Radio, Finland
20191202 1612 2187.5 002302000 Helsinki Radio, Finland
20191203 0146 2187.5 002311000 Torshavn Radio, Faroe Islands
20191202 0149 2187.5 002320001 Shetland Coastguard, United Kingdom
20191202 0010 2187.5 002320004 Aberdeen Coastguard, United Kingdom
20191207 0819 2187.5 002320005 Forth Coastguard, United Kingdom
20191202 0010 2187.5 002320007 Humber Coastguard, United Kingdom
20191207 0736 2187.5 002320008 Yarmouth Coastguard, United Kingdom
20191204 1134 2187.5 002320009 Thames Coastguard, United Kingdom
20191202 0242 2187.5 002320010 Dover Coastguard, United Kingdom
20191202 0705 2187.5 002320011 Solent Coastguard, United Kingdom
20191205 1427 2187.5 002320013 Brixham Coastguard, United Kingdom
20191202 0924 2187.5 002320014 Falmouth Coastguard, United Kingdom
20191207 1456 2187.5 002320016 Swansea Coastguard, United Kingdom
20191202 0243 2187.5 002320017 Milford Haven Coastguard, United Kingdom
20191202 0156 2187.5 002320018 Holyhead Coastguard, United Kingdom
20191202 0150 2187.5 002320021 Belfast Coastguard, United Kingdom
20191202 0715 2187.5 002320024 Stornoway Coastguard, United Kingdom
20191202 0001 2187.5 002371000 Olympia Radio, Greece
20191202 0133 2187.5 002442000 Netherlands CG Radio, Netherlands
20191202 0203 2187.5 002470002 Palermo Radio, Italy
20191202 0627 2187.5 002470119 Ancona Radio, Italy
20191202 2211 2187.5 002470120 Augusta Radio, Italy
20191202 0036 2187.5 002470123 Civitavecchia Radio, Italy
20191202 2153 2187.5 002470124 Crotone Radio, Italy
20191202 0628 2187.5 002470125 Genova Radio, Italy
20191202 0211 2187.5 002470128 Mazara del Vallo Radio, Italy
20191206 1623 2187.5 002470135 Trieste Radio, Italy
20191202 1122 2187.5 002500100 Malin Head Radio, Ireland
20191202 0416 2187.5 002500200 Valentia Radio, Ireland
20191202 0508 2187.5 002510100 Reykjavik Radio, Iceland
20191202 0026 2187.5 002570000 Public Correspondence, Norway
20191206 1330 2187.5 002570100 Tjome Radio, Norway
20191205 0701 2187.5 002570200 Farsund Radio, Norway
20191202 0026 2187.5 002570300 Rogaland Radio, Norway
20191206 1824 2187.5 002570400 Bergen Radio, Norway
20191202 0150 2187.5 002570500 Floroe Radio, Norway
20191202 2121 2187.5 002570700 Bodoe Radio, Norway
20191202 0317 2187.5 002570800 Vardo Radio, Norway
20191208 0923 2187.5 002570900 Svalbard Radio, Norway
20191202 0136 2187.5 002610210 Witowo Radio, Poland
20191202 0404 2187.5 002630100 MRCC Lisboa, Portugal
20191206 0418 2187.5 002640570 Constanta Radio, Romania
20191202 0541 2187.5 002652000 Stockholm Radio, Sweden
20191202 0111 2187.5 002653000 Goteborg Radio, Sweden
20191207 0631 2187.5 002653500 Stockholm Radio, Sweden
20191202 0039 2187.5 002711000 Istanbul Radio, Turkey
20191202 0451 2187.5 002712000 Samsun Radio, Turkey
20191202 0454 2187.5 002713000 Antalya Radio, Turkey
20191202 1937 2187.5 002715000 Izmir Radio, Turkey
20191202 0320 2187.5 002723660 Odessa Radio, Ukraine
20191202 0430 2187.5 002731197 Sabetta Pt YNAO, Russia
20191202 0024 2187.5 002733700 Saint Petersburg Radio, Russia
20191202 0046 2187.5 002734411 Novorossiysk Radio, Russia
20191202 0005 2187.5 002734414 Arkhangelsk Radio, Russia
20191203 0010 2187.5 002734417 Kaliningrad Radio, Russia
20191202 1841 2187.5 002734419 Astrakhan Radio, Russia
20191202 0010 2187.5 002734446 Taman Radio, Russia
20191202 0019 2187.5 002734487 Taganrog Radio, Russia
20191208 0020 2187.5 002760100 Tallinn Radio, Estonia
20191204 2248 2187.5 002760120 Kuressaare West Radio, Estonia
20191202 0014 2187.5 002761000 Tallinn MRCC, Estonia
20191202 0054 2187.5 002770330 Klaipeda Rescue Centre, Lithuania
20191202 0322 2187.5 003313000 Aasiaat Radio, Greenland
20191202 2230 2187.5 004280001 Haifa Radio, Israel
20191208 2113 2187.5 005250000 Jakarta Radio, Indonesia
20191205 1853 2187.5 005671000 Bangkok Radio, Thailand
20191207 2202 2187.5 006221113 Port Said Radio, Egypt
20191202 1013 2187.5 228040600 ANFR Test Donges FIIR, France

20191206 0415 4207.5 000016100 UNID, UNK
20191202 0425 4207.5 002070810 Varna Radio, Bulgaria
20191206 2316 4207.5 002091000 Cyprus Radio, Cyprus
20191202 0015 4207.5 002241022 Coruna Radio, Spain
20191202 0122 4207.5 002371000 Olympia Radio, Greece
20191202 0006 4207.5 002711000 Istanbul Radio, Turkey
20191202 0631 4207.5 002733700 Saint Petersburg Radio, Russia
20191205 1935 4207.5 002750100 Riga rescue Radio, Latvia
20191202 0906 4207.5 003160023 Iqaluit Radio, Canada
20191202 0304 4207.5 003669995 Chesapeake, USA
20191206 0918 4207.5 003669997 Miami, USA
20191203 0759 4207.5 003669998 New Orleans, USA
20191203 2222 4207.5 004122100 Shanghai Radio, China
20191204 2109 4207.5 005030001 RCC Australia, Australia
20191202 1841 4207.5 005671000 Bangkok Radio, Thailand
20191203 1053 4207.5 228040600 ANFR Test Donges FIIR, France

Best Wishes
David, GM8XBZ

peter
 

Hi David & all,

I think the idea of giving some reporting space to the various UNIDs that crop up and the background to them that may or may not come to light  is an excellent suggestion and I fully support that.

I would ask though that they kept 'separate' from the usual logged station blocks - this would make my life a lot easier when  pasting and copying logs across...

Best regards,
Peter    g3ufi

On 09/12/2019 09:37, david via Groups.Io wrote:
Hello All,

Although I agree that adding UNID's to the database is not a good idea, I
find it helpful to see reports of recurring signals. As an example, I logged
000016100 with consecutive transmissions on 2187.5 and on 4207.5 on 06 Dec.
This is plainly not a random error. It might be a 'pirate', or it might be a
mis-coded box. It might be many things, but it _IS_ an interesting
challenge. We tracked the "Chennai" and had a success with that. Who knows
what might be next?
So I have left the UNID's in the report, but I'm very happy that they should
be omitted from RXX.