[AMRadio] Numbers Stations - NPRs slant

Brian Carling bcarling at cfl.rr.com
Tue Nov 16 07:34:15 EST 2004

It can get to be fun at times just above or below 
28.000 megasickles, when the "HF" sideband pests show up.
I have heard people come on and say that they were the FCC
and tell them to cease operations immediately or they will
be traced and arrested! That was back in the 1980s when 
those guys were in their heyday.

On 15 Nov 2004 at 12:28, Schichler, Don wrote:

> That's right, some of those numbers were used for "loop-around"
> transmission
> testing of trunk circuits.  Having been in the telecommunications
> industry
> for 30+ years, I remember many times hearing kid's conversations when we
> tried to use them for their intended purpose.  After listening to them for
> a
> little while, one of my co-workers would sometimes plug in and say "this
> is
> the police and we have your phone numbers!" That usually scared them off
> -
> hi hi.
> Don
> K2FY

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