5800 khz morse

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WirelessCable

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So I was scanning the airwaves last night 12:32am CST and I ran across this morse code broadcast on 5800khz, I don't think it was transmitting long because it stopped within 40 seconds or so...

If anyone can understand morse, I am curious to see what the message was.
mp3 recording can be downloaded from mediafire below-

Memo.mp3
 

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No doubt what you heard was a Numbers station. These stations are assumed to be folks getting messages via one-time pads - they've been reported in the lay press from time to time, and there's a whole sub-culture of folks that follow this sort of stuff. They've also been known to use various ham modes such as PSK31 in the past. It's assumed that several of these originate in Cuba.

Please, in the future, when making a report, use Universal Time- see this sticky for more. This is a standard in most all HF related boards, and it's something we use here as well...

http://forums.radioreference.com/hf-mw-lw-general-discussion/210887-please-use-utc-all-loggings.html

Thanks for the report...best regards..Mike
 

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I missed a few letters, but you get the idea. 5 letter groups.

WDARI NGON DWWTU RIIAG ATTI DDING RNAWU NDAAW GNIG IUTIA AR AR ... SK
 
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