Signals Received in N & C America + Hawaii

 

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KHz A-Z ID LSB USB Sec Fmt 'Name' and Location S/P ITU GSQ PWR Notes Heard In (Daytime reception is bold) Logs Last Heard
345 CLM 1011 1010 6.31   Unknown   XUU     20101108 - Michael Oexner reports this may be Cano Lima CLM, an Airstrip at a Oil Company Refinery, not listed in the Columbian airport directory. No official source yet found. IL MA MI NC NS TX 21 2017-01-13
393 T     18.0   UNID   XUU     UNID - RX 393.44 CZE SVN MO 5 2017-05-12
410 BRC       ID+6" gap UNID   XUU     INACTIVE - UNID GRC NC 2 2017-04-02
420 V7BR2         UNID   XUU       TN 1 2017-10-14
1650 DVS   1020 5.7   Unknown   XUU     UNID LVA SWE FL 7 2017-08-07
198 IET     5   Unknown   XUU     UNID; Maybe ''negative'' of Y Also reported as 'Hearing IE with a longish dash and DAID after the E on 198 khz with 200+ cycle offset. Cycle is every 5 seconds' - Vernon Matheson 2005-07-10 Robert gaye suggests: 'Looks like YT to me. See there is a YT on 260 up your way... Maybe some intermod?' - 2005-07-11 NS 2 2005-07-10
200 EB   990 5.5 DAID Unknown   XUU     20101108 - Don Tomkinson reports No space between letters? followed by dash: AS or ETS or EB or LE: .-... AZ CA 2 2011-03-04
209 ARA         Unknown   XUU     Was incorrectly attributed as being in Brazil - my appologies go to Dave for having incorrectly made this connection (Martin Francis, 2005-03-08) IL 1 2001-03-21
212 IJO 951 950 7.07   Unknown   XUU       NC TX 3 2012-04-09
212 UBH 1060       Unknown   XUU     Richard Palmer reports unknown, probably Cuba? Miskeying badly, changing letters, but UBH seemed to be the most sent call. Possibly UMO or UCF?? Mixing with UC and VP. All time NEW, -1060 IL MO 2 2011-11-02
241 AT 1040 1030 8.1   Unknown   XUU     Jim Smith writes (2005-10-16): 'Might also be ''W''. Faded out more than once while I was looking at it. 8.1 second cycle. No dash present. All three of the elements of the Morse for this beacon were different lengths. The longest was about .6 seconds' CO 1 2005-10-15
253 TE   390 9   Unid   XUU     2005-12-08 Phil A writes 'Long dash followed by a short dash - pattern was consistent, total time for two dashes was 9 secs' CA 1 2005-12-08
254 XCS         Unknown   XUU     UNID ''South of the Border'' (1998-12-24 Ray Rocker) MS 1 1998-12-24
268 VI         Unknown   XUU       AZ 1 2012-01-03
273 TST 1020 1020 8.125       XUU       MI NC NS 4 2015-12-13
277 TST   1034 4.81   Unknown   XUU     Believed to be TWT 276 (Chris Steele, 2004-12-19); Spectran captures- 'TST' and 'TWT' made minutes apart available- (Jim Smith 2005-01-05) 2008-11-13 Doug Springfield reports I found UNID TST-277 to be stongest when the K9AY pointed to the NE. The cycle times for TST-277 and TWT-276 were the same (+/- 0.01s). They also appeared to be simultaneous when I captured them (both had IDs starting at "exactly" 04:44:40 utc). MI TX 3 2008-11-13
280 RBC 1020 1019     UNID   XUU     UNID ENG FRA NC NS NY 8 2008-01-26
312.406 PU         Unknown   XUU       CO 1 2005-12-21
320 3FOY2 395 396 11.439   Babylon   XUU     Cargo ship Babylon (formerly the Thailine 2) IMO: 9010046 / MMSI: 371267000 Flag: Panama FL IL MO NC OH TX 13 2014-11-27
320 WCY   400     Unknown   XUU     UNID; no DAID IL 1 2002-12-17
323 PNX 398 395 6.53       XUU     20071021-reported by Andy Robbins AL AZ CA CO IL MI NC OH OR TX 26 2011-10-15
330 8501 1042 1044 8.175       XUU       CO IL NC TX 6 2010-02-12
330 RBC   1012         XUU       NC NS 3 2007-11-02
330 YJSR 1020 1018 8.53       XUU       CO IL TX 4 2011-11-29
345 JTH         Unknown   XUU     2012 -02-02 -- See THJ - 346 ''UNID at 345.09, JTH, CW with 150Hz filter'' (Sid Leben, 2005-01-02) FL TX 2 2014-01-30
346 JTH 1031   ~6.2   Unk   XUU     2012-02-02 -- See THJ-346 CA 1 2010-04-19
347 TG 1047 1040 4.2   Unknown   XUU     20100830 - Don Tomikinson the LSB offset and cycle time makes it to be a diiferent TG than 346-TG CA 3 2010-09-12
348.2 SHI         Unknown   XUU     Tom Homes (NC) (2005-01-31) 'It comes in best on the south flag' Fred Mooney (PA) (2005-02-01) 'I did copy SHI, and noticed THJ sounding like HJT. I didn't log SHI, but as I recall, in my case it appeared on the same frequency as THJ--changed from SHI to THJ as I was monitoring it. I thought SHI was THJ having keying problems. NC PA 2 2005-01-31
350 55 1057   6.055   UnKnown   XUU       TX 1 2010-10-24
353 HOI   1020     Unknown   XUU     HOT MIS-KEYING? (Andy Robins, 2001-11-11) MI 1 2001-11-11
362 BLV 1052       Unknown   XUU     Dave T writes (2005-11-04) 'Probably IL Belleville w/new ID and offset' Robert Kavanagh agrees (2005-11-14) 'Presumably BL with a new ID' IL MN ON 4 2005-11-04
363 SSH   1030     Unknown   XUU     UNID AZ 1 2003-12-30
366 UNID   1023   DAID     XUU     20090209 - Steve Ratzlaff reports a 24 sec DAID, may be DA2ID like 257-CI location may be in Asia OR 2 2009-02-10
367 EYL 1035       Unknown   XUU     Dave T writes (2005-11-03) 'Good letter spacing, to south, probably SYZ miskey' IL 1 2005-11-03
373 CKY   1017     Unknown   XUU       NC 1 2005-10-31
373 DS         UNID   XUU     INACTIVE - UNID FIN FL 2 2016-11-22
373 UNID         Unknown   XUU     Jim Smith (2004-11-01): ''Seems to be a miskeying beacon, maybe Cuban? ........ ... . ...... [may be more- ran off screen here] long gap - repeats: because of the gap and exact repetition it seems to be an intentional signal.'' Found at 373+610, 374-390, and 376+390 CO 1 2004-11-01
375 ADX         Unknown   XUU     UNID CA IL 2 2000-10-02
375 HNR   1042     UNID   XUU     UNID 20061217 reported by Fred Mooney CO IL 3 2010-01-09
377 JU   1058     Unknown   XUU     20060609: rptd by Dave Tomasko as 'heard to the South' IL 2 2006-09-26
380 PAL   1000     Unknown   XUU     Al Burzynski writes (2005-11-04): 'best at a bearing of about 110/290 degrees from my QTH therefore placing it most likely in the Gulf of Mexico or somewhere in the Caribbean. I saw it late in the evening Thursday and very early today. My guess is another oil platform in the Gulf.' AZ CO FL IL MI OR TX 23 2006-06-28
381 S5EISE         Unknown   XUU     2005-12-20 Chris Black reports: 'I have a puzzler on 381 running about 15-18 WPM much faster than most beacons I have heard with only a 2 second gap between cycles. It seems strongest on my European TA flag pointed at about 55 degrees from here on Cape Cod.' MA 1 2005-12-20
382 -- 25   2.70       XUU     Doug Springfield reports a carrier keying every 2.70 secs TX 1 2010-06-25
385 VTA         Unknown   XUU     2005-11-28 Steve McDonald writes: 'VTE with DAID the space between the 'E' and the dash very short...more like VTA, with the 'A' having a long dash. Fast cycle.' BC 1 2005-11-18
386 BTI         Unknown   XUU     poss BTN miskeying BC 1 2004-06-04
400.3 CC 0 0 4.0   Unknown   XUU     Also heard before as C continuously, now as groups of two. CA 1 2006-07-19
401.305 C     4.0   Unknown   XUU     2011-04-29 By Request I have consolidated/merged reports of C on 401.3 and 402 to just this entry on 401.305. -- 2008-11-15 Phil Atchley reports. This UnID has been around at LEAST 3 years. I first reported it back in Oct 2005, mistaking it for Cuba. It's ACTUAL frequency is 401.3 KCs (mistakingly reported in RNA as being on 402). It's a little random in ID, sometimes a single 'C', sometimes 'CC' or 'CK'. It does NOT seem to have a carrier associated with it, which is why I report it at 401.3 'actual'. It is probably NOT a beacon per-se. AZ CA CO OR TX 37 2011-04-23
414 TDN   1037     Unknown   XUU     2005-12-06 (Via Andy Robins): 'Bill says FCC/FAA data show a new offshore NDB licensed near Lompoc. He's wondering if it is TDN. Anyone else hearing this?' 2005-12-06 Steve R writes: 'Much better on E/W wire, poor on N/S wire. (I hear 415 IEE only on the N/S wire, for comparison.) Thus, I would not guess this is from offshore S. Calif.' 2005-12-06 Dave T writes: 'Fair to west of me' 2005-12-22 Dave T suggests possible GRN miskey CA IL MI NE OR 7 2005-12-08
414 VEED         UNKNOWN   XUU     Chuck Dobbins reports it sent a tone after id which was strung together with little spacing total sequence was 5 seconds with 2 1/2 sec being the tone. TX 1 2012-07-28
418 HH   1011     Unknown   XUU       CO 1 2005-11-19

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