7422 kHz USB - Messages from 'C4U'

AlphaDX

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Received in Seattle at 2220 UTC

According to Klingenfuss, frequency 7422 kHz is used by CISN
(Commonwealth of Independent States Navy)

Frequency: 7422,0 [kHz]
Call: RIT
Station: CISN Vaygach
Country: RUS
Modulation: CW
Details:
Klingenfuss Publications
 

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Instead of just relying on a publication and assuming that's it - a practice known as 'list logging' and frowned upon in most circles- a much better way is to search the UDXF logs for the frequency in question - in this case, it's Northem Fleet HQ, Severomorsk, per a June logging...Mike
 

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That's a USN aircraft or vessel in a strategic exercise. The exercise ended at 0002 UTC, or at least that was the last EAM I heard.
 

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Just goes to show you - a frequency can change users or identity in a blink. That's part of the reason that pubs should be a backup source....Mike
 

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Just goes to show you - a frequency can change users or identity in a blink. That's part of the reason that pubs should be a backup source....Mike
Good to know you no-longer believe the American-accented EAM on 7422 was " Northem Fleet HQ, Severomorsk, per a June logging." Just goes to show you, you should actually listen to a recording instead of just checking UDXF logs & posting an assumption.
 

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Trigraphs - 3 letter callsigns - are typically USN. There's been many instances of them in the past...Mike
 
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