EAMs are voice traffic. They are just a string of characters read out by the radio operator. And yes you are correct on the frequenciesHi,what are you using to read the EAMs?(EAMs are not voice traffic,Right?
Im setting up PCALE-with an AR8200-3 for scanning..
Im new to HF,Been waiting a while to get a good radio to monitor..seems,
in a morbid way to be a good time to drop in on this end of the spectrum...
and ok,this is a rookie question,but 11175usb would be keyed in 11.175USB right?
and say andrews-8992USB would enter as 8.9920USB?
Thanks for clarification..
Hardly, though no one really knows the schedule. However with the tensions rising in North Korea, it's not out of the question that this activity starts to increase.I just got through catching six (6) EAM's on 8992 in the space of about 50 minutes. I thought these were generally infrequent?