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this edition of framework:afield has been produced in the united states by jim haynes, and features his own recordings of long, medium and shortwave radio signals. for more information on his work see http://www.helenscarsdale.com/haynes.

[time / recording / location / date]

00:00 – 01:20 / framework intro
01:20 – 03:03 / announcement
03:03 – 05:20 / ham radio communication / middle tennessee / summer 2003
05:20 – 06:40 / radio relay / northern california / november 2010
06:40 – 08:45 / 26950 kHz interference from intercom system / netherlands / may 2016
08:45 – 09:30 / 8008 kHz rtty transmission / northern california / april 2016
09:30 – 10:30 / 7027 kHz rtty transmission / northern california / april 2016
10:30 – 11:20 / 6339 kHz unknown utility signal / northern california / february 2016
11:20 – 13:05 / 8425 kHz morse code signal / northern california / february 2016
12:20 – 15:50 / 7042 kHz detuned OK0EPB pendulum marker / northern california / january 2016
14:20 – 17:05 / 138 kHz utility signal / northern california / march 2016
17:05 – 19:20 / 6969 kHz utility signal / northern california / november 2011
19:20 – 22:50 / detuned signal / barcelona / april 2000
22:50 – 25:50 / 3854 kHz utility signal / northern california / march 2016
25:50 – 29:35 / 6795 kHz empty signal / northern california / april 2016
29:35 – 32:35 / empty signal / southern estonia / april 2015
32:35 – 35:20 / 6796 kHz empty signal / northern california / march 2016
35:20 – 36:35 / 5450 kHz nautical report / northern california / april 2016
36:25 – 37:20 / announcement
37:20 – 43:20 / wbny / south carolina / may 2010
43:20 – 44:20 / announcement
44:20 – 48:05 / 4724 kHz hf-gcs broadcast from andrews air force base / death valley, california / march 2012
48:05 – 50:50 / ‘iron lung’ hf-gcs broadcast / northern california / november 2015
50:50 – 52:30 / ‘railroad’ hf-gcs broadcast / death valley, california / march 2012
52:30 – 54:45 / 11170 kHz E17 numbers station / northern california / february 2016 – possibly a channel for operator training. this particular family of numbers stations appears to be russian in origin.
54:45 – 58:20 / UVB-76 ‘the buzzer’ 4625 kHz / barcelona / april 2000 – note the announcement that breaks the buzzing. these announcements occur very rarely, though the reception doesn’t lend to an easy translation, much less decryption of what is said in russian.

all recordings by jim haynes
www.helenscarsdale.com/haynes

patrick 2016, framework:afield

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