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Old 03-03-2006, 5:21 PM
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Does anyone know if 14.686 Mhz and 19.131 Mhz USB are still active? I used to hear callsigns ATLAS, FLINT BASE, and SUNDANCE quite frequently years ago, but nothing in the past couple years.....

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Old 03-03-2006, 5:33 PM
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http://www.wunclub.com/newsletter/v12/n02/index.html

Search WUN newsletter you might find what your looking for.

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I haven't heard those in a while either.
According to Yahoo Groups there is a log from Jan '04 on 19131
7657 was heard in Feb '05 .... unknown if these have been monitored since.

I'm guessing most of the DEA stuff is now on COTHEN. I could be wrong though.

I remember a few years ago there was a freq referred to as "Sierra Lima". Wonder if anyone ever ID'ed that?
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Old 03-03-2006, 11:57 PM
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I can not say for sure but imagine a lot of the reason you don't hear much up there is the fact we are approaching the bottom of the sun spot cycle and everyone is using lower freq's even during daylight hours. The maximum usable freq's are lower than about 3 yrs ago.
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One of the more often used frequencies is <10.242.0> COTHEN CH. 3. Other frequencies I have monitored are:
<5.732.0>
<13.907.0>
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Old 03-15-2006, 7:34 PM
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Hello Frank,
Active COTHEN FREQ's : 5732,7527,8912,10242,11494,13907,15867,18594,20890 ,20890& 25350.
There you will find Cothen Freq's.
Most comms are ALE that will most likley raise voice comms (USB)
There you will find alot of COTHEN ( CUSTOMS OVERTHE HORIZON ENFORCEMENT NET ).
DEA and other Govt. ALE ID's using PC-ALE Software.
Any questions?
Just ask
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