I was just trying to find some stuff to listen to today when I ran across this. It reminded me of numbers stations. It seemed like some encrypted message.
Thanks! Interesting. I'm 120 miles north of Los Angeles. I wonder if that's where it was coming from.Search the forum for "Harvard sentences".
When I just tried to click on the link that you provided I was not allowed access and don't know what it is.
Yeah I figured it was something like that, I think the this was a real discussion about someone picking up phrases around 152 MHz and I did verify the story about the Harvard sentences. The part about the French Resistance using receivers that would just say phrases I saw in an old movie.😉You need to be on double secret, black/grey net, deep state, fully encrypted super internet.
No. Totally made up website. I should probably register that URL and post some of the stuff I see on this site there. No doubt someone would believe it.
152.235 isn't a valid assignable frequency, at least not that I can find.
152.240 is a Part 22 paging frequency. The frequency difference would explain the scratch nature of the audio.
As paging gets replaced, some agencies are applying for and getting waivers to use, these paging channels as LMR channels. May be what the OP is hearing. Likely testing audio paths. If I had time to dig through all the FCC notices, there might be a notice of this.
Of course, so that's where wtp's post comes from. So you think it's radio testing using Harvard sentences..try 152.24 ?