> That's right. I'm monitoring VLF/LF since many years, 24/7. That signal at
> 26 kHz is a new one, transmitting sporadically since some days. My guess is
> Greek or Turkey.
So I started monitoring just at right time. :-)
> Most VLF/LF frequency lists are rather old. This is - as far as possible -
> up to date:
> NAA is off each Monday afternoon for maintenance. DHO38 indeed has been
> switched to OFF today just after the usual "Breakfast at Ostfriesland".
They are still off now, probably had something in their tea ? :-)
> 16 kHz is completely unknown. May be it's 16.4? What do you mean with
> "keyed"; Morse, FSK, MSK or else?
Just a carrier 16,0 Khz that was turned on/off.
Not 16,2 !
Just played back my 1300utc recording, 2 min long
Jurgen Bartels Suellwarden, N. Germany
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