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Old 08-05-2014, 10:46 PM
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Default I just found this. What is it?

I was on 14.230 kHz USB listening with my MMSSTV and icom and I found this on my Spectrum Lab software.

I may be a bit of a newbie but I don't have a clue and it didn't register with my MMSSTV program.
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Hmmm...at first I thought it might be an alignment tone of some kind, but maybe not....Mike
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I looks like the mirror image of a call sign that starts with KB6_ _ ?
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Could be Hellschreiber or a variant

Fuzzy Hellschreiber
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Cool, have you ever seen it before? And how common is it, Really?
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Looks like a video id.. Can do the same with PSK and others. click here “SOME” DIGITAL MODES USED IN HAM RADIO (and signal ID guide, Thanks hfradio!) | RTL-SDR.Sceners.ORG and scroll way down or do a text search for Video ID.
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Looking at the link N9MXQ posted, it could be DRM2 or Video ID.
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14.230 is the Analog Slow Scan TV frequency of choice on 20 meters. Sometimes the digital SSTV guys get confused and call CQ there.
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that looks like C/MT hell,

C/Mt hellschreiber that is
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