11026

Status
Not open for further replies.

brandon

Member
Database Admin
Joined
Dec 19, 2002
Messages
3,477
Location
SoCal
Had morse code on 11026 kHz around 0336z yesterday evening. Tried to use a decoder but it just spit out gibberish, so I'm hoping morse code experts here can perhaps take a listen. :D I removed dead air between the groups to keep file size down.

Audio: HDSDR_20110920_033639Z_11026kHz_AF.wav
 

majoco

Member
Joined
Dec 25, 2008
Messages
3,468
Location
New Zealand
Most of the way through it's the same old thing...

"PKL7 PKL7 PKL7 de THXU THXU THXU K"

sent rather badly many times. PKL7 is usually a shore station and ships have four letter callsigns. "DE" just means 'from'. Callsign allocation PA to PP is The Netherlands or one of it's dependancies and TH is Guatemala (which probably accounts for the dodgy code!)

Then right at the end he starts sending "ILAU DE" but then you stopped recording.

11026kHz is not in any marine band that I know of.
 

majoco

Member
Joined
Dec 25, 2008
Messages
3,468
Location
New Zealand
Hi Brandon - how did you post that Wav file? I can do jpegs thru Photobucket but I'd also like to do audio and pdf's which they won't handle.

Cheers - Martin
 

brandon

Member
Database Admin
Joined
Dec 19, 2002
Messages
3,477
Location
SoCal
Hi Martin
Many thanks for the translation info.
To post the audio I use CloudApp: CloudApp
You can also download a windows client such as FluffyApp to upload directly. It works really well!
 
Status
Not open for further replies.
Top