Category Archives: HF

HF Logs 27-June-2012

5732 USB 0847 UTC: CAMSPAC giving Rescue 1703 SAR coordinates. Tweet

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HF Logs 26-June-2012

5732 USB 0230 UTC: Rescue 1702 calling CAMSPAC to take guard for SAR operation 200 miles of coast of Mendocino. Tweet

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HF Logs 22-June-2012

7527 USB 0836 UTC: Rescue 1714 requesting guard from CAMSPAC Pt. Reyes. Enroute to Lake Tahoe for SAR operation. Tweet

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HF Logs 19-June-2012

11494 USB: ALE originated phone patch to Air Station San Francisco. Can only hear one side. [01:07:10][TO ][K20 ][TIS][P33 ][AL0] BER 30 SN 11 Tweet

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HF Logs 15-June-2012

5732 USB: USCG 1714 calling Zulu 28. Central (node?) answers. They discuss last known position of some vessel. Tweet

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HF Logs 14-June-2012

5732 USB: USCG 1714 calling CAMSPAC requesting radio guard. Departing home plate Sacramento en route to Palmdale, CA on logistics flight. Casper equipped. 15867 USB: Juliet 13 (J01 on ALE) calling Zulu 31 (Z31) but radio conditions not too good … Continue reading

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HF Logs 13-June-2012

7527 USB: USCG 1714 giving update to CAMSPAC on some vessel taking on water, also flight ops and position. 7527 USB: CAMSPAC advises USCG 1714 of a quote from Jack Lemon to pass onto to the man on the vessel. … Continue reading

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HF Logs 10-June-2012

CBP Hammer (ALE call WST) and Omaha 42 (ALE call D42) on COTHEN ALE working Drug Enforcement off Pacific Coast. 10242 USB: Hammer talking to Omaha 42 about potential radar contact. 7527 USB: Omaha 42 looking for Ping Pong. Hammer … Continue reading

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HF Logs 6-June-2012

7527 USB: USCG 1709 checking in with CAMSPAC for radio guard while en route to Kodiak. 10242 USB: USCG 1714 checking in with CAMSPAC for radio guard while during 6 hour LMR mission. Advises CASPER equipped with intent to use. … Continue reading

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11175 Bad Transmitter

An example of a broken transmitter used by the Military for EAM (Emergency Action Messages). You can see the replicated USB signal that should be occupying roughly 3.4KHz of bandwidth. Tweet

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