Post Sun Aug 22, 2004 18:32 pm

reshuffled the shifts of their CW single-letter

Hi,

the Russians seem to have reshuffled the shifts of their CW single-letter
marker stations. While during the last months I had mainly heard the
stations "S" (Arkhangelsk), "P" (Kaliningrad), and "R" (Izhevsk), each on a
number of the known frequencies, last night there were "C" (Moscow), "D"
(Odessa, afaik) and "P" (and once also "S" and "R").
Details:
210804. 2325UTC.
"D" on 7039/5154/8495/10872
"C" on 7039/5154
"P" on 5154/10872/4031/4476/3772
"R" on 4325.8

220804. 0938 UTC.
"D" on 10872/13528
"C" on 13528/16332
"P" on 10872/5862/5111
"S" on 16332

Station "D" is constantly c. 300 Hz below list frequency, station "P" 200 Hz
below, "C" fits.

73,
EiBi
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