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The Spooky World of the 'Numbers Stations':

from bbc.com on April 23, 2014
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The Spooky World of the 'Numbers Stations':  
by W2KYM on April 26, 2014 Mail this to a friend!
Those old SWL days.
Ute monitoring was absolutely fun. Listening to USAF Comms on 11175, Pirates on 7435 (later 6800), USCG HF Ops on 6605 and 2185. The days of ship to shore ops (anyone remember station CFG on HF with their NAWS reports to warships at sea?). Days long gone now
replaced with computers, e-mail, etc. But amazingly this old technology is still being used.
 
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