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Oswald wrote:traffic on both Peoria and Utwente receivers have been showing traffic very much like that from the GT14 recording.hrng wrote:Finally the ex kicks off properlyOswald wrote:11175 (US Reciever) TASK47 calling SKYMASTER. 11175 multiple SKYMASTER calls, each "one message of four groups"
Would one be able to tell the difference between traffic linked to an exercise, and traffic linked to a real world event?
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Yeah these are the exercise callsFox One wrote:I'm hearing lots of weak transmissions on 11175 from Utwente that appear to be EAMs. Normally these messages are loud and clear, but for whatever reason today (weather conditions?), they are just barely audible.
They're coming from air based stations rather than the usual repeater network, so they're only audible on Utwente if conditions are right. Due to the massive amount of traffic from the ex I won't be posting the usual daily log, most of it has come from other sources anyway so I wouldn't wanna just rip them off.
These are either ground stations or non-ex traffic:
07:51:00 BRONCO 94 phone patch
11:23:00 EAM TRMXXP BEANPOLE
11:27:00 EAM TRSMPL BEANPOLE
11:32:00 EAM HPEV2I BEANPOLE
11:35:00 EAM TRSMPL BEANPOLE
11:38:00 EAM TRMXXP BEANPOLE
17:19:00 BRONCO 95 phone patch to Spanish number
Note those messages were repeated by the aircraft stations as part of the exercise.
50 calls in the log so far for today, that number will likely grow