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Old January 13th 06, 04:39 PM posted to rec.radio.shortwave
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I've been out of short wave listening for a very long time.
Just restored an old Hammerlund SP-600, and am getting
interested again. In the late 1960's, I really enjoyed monitoring
international RTTY (mostly news) broadcasts? Is there still
'standard' (60 WPM, 100 WPM) activity? Does anyone have a list of
frequencies?

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Steve wrote:

I've been out of short wave listening for a very long time.
Just restored an old Hammerlund SP-600, and am getting
interested again. In the late 1960's, I really enjoyed monitoring
international RTTY (mostly news) broadcasts? Is there still
'standard' (60 WPM, 100 WPM) activity? Does anyone have a list of
frequencies?


Good luck. Virtually all that press stuff went to satellite or other methods of
delivery some time back.

dxAce
Michigan
USA



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Old January 13th 06, 05:16 PM posted to rec.radio.shortwave
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I've been out of short wave listening for a very long time.
Just restored an old Hammerlund SP-600, and am getting
interested again. In the late 1960's, I really enjoyed monitoring
international RTTY (mostly news) broadcasts? Is there still
'standard' (60 WPM, 100 WPM) activity? Does anyone have a list of
frequencies?

Steve


I don't see those anymore.
I'd like to receive them too. Even just weather info.
The coast guard and similar organizations may send wx
but they seem to use sitor. I haven't decoded much
sitor yet.
There are numerous fsk signals with 850 Hz shift in
the maritime and fixed bands.
They are usually 75 Baud with some being 50 Baud.
I don't know if they are military or commercial.
They seem to be coded. An autocorrelation of
the demodulated bits is flat.

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Old January 14th 06, 04:34 AM posted to rec.radio.shortwave
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In article ,
"Steve" wrote:

I've been out of short wave listening for a very long time.
Just restored an old Hammerlund SP-600, and am getting
interested again. In the late 1960's, I really enjoyed monitoring
international RTTY (mostly news) broadcasts? Is there still
'standard' (60 WPM, 100 WPM) activity? Does anyone have a list of
frequencies?


No more RTTY news services on SW. The last people to use SW RTTY for
news was the commies, China, North Korea, Cuba and Libya were some of
the last.

Sometimes the worlds militaries broadcast non-encrypted to start up
links and some airports might have some traffic. There used to be some
weather reporting in RTTY from airports and maritime services. Hams use
it sometimes. I forget what they call the mode but there is an automatic
digital broadcasts from airliners on HF. Still some weather faxing
occurring over the air that I hear.

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