Re: New Spread Spectrum Transmissions or spurs from a TXR?

Ken Sejkora

I’ve been seeing the same signals on Cape Cod, MA, USA, mostly during the day in the same frequency range as Kriss – from the top of the 20-meter amateur band to a couple hundred kHz above the 15-MHz WWV signal.  I just assumed it was some ‘new’ frequency-hopping scheme used by some military or governmental agency.  The signal I saw today had blips scattered between 14700 and 15200 kHz.




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