Monitoring System (IARUMS)

HB9CET now IARUMS Region 1 Vice Co-ordinator

HB9CET, Peter Jost, has been confirmed by our working group as IARUMS Region 1 Vice Co-ordinator.  Read Peter´s introduction:

First my very best wishes, best of health and prosperity in 2013

Thank you most sincerely for your trust and confidence in me as new Vice-Coordinator IARUMS R1 and successor of Uli, DJ9KR. I will proudly fulfill this task, being firmly convinced that our monitoring job remains very important and indispensable also in the future.

My specialism are digital emissions and I\'m broadly equipped with several modernest analysis tools from Wavecom. Running a remote site with a Perseus SDR and several antennas at a calm location;  soon extendet by a Winradio G33DDC SDR rx. At home I use KX-3, IC-7600 and IC-8500.

Hope that I may see as many as possible of you in Friedrichshafen 2013 at the next Ham-Radio 2013. Will be there all 3 days.
vy 73

Peter A. Jost, HB9CET

USKA liaison officer to Swiss authorities (BAKOM)
USKA monitoring coordinator

Mysterious Chinese signals on our bands

Since Oct. 25th we are suffering from mysterious Chinese signals on 7000, 14000, 21000 and 21010 kHz. At first the A3E signals were sounding like grunt or moo. Now we are receiving very strong multitone signals with a carrier and both sidebands every morning. The signals are also audible on 8000, 15000 (disturbing the time signal from RWM Moscow), 18000, 19000 and 20000 kHz. The purpose is unknown, perhaps a special kind of encrypted broadcast or a new generation of OTH radar? Please inform your national PTTs for official complaints! I informed the German PTT on Nov. 12th. The Dutch,  Austrian and Swiss PTTs are informed, too. Many thanks to HB9CET for excellent observations and support! For further details visit our external homepage: and look under "Latest Intruder News". There you can find screenshots and links to my recordings.

Russian taxi now on 21 MHz

As pointed out in the most recent IARU MS newsletter Russian taxi business from the Moscow area is now abusing 21404.2 kHz in FM daily and all day. You can often hear a female voice organizing the business. Please use this frequency for amateur traffic daily.

Radio Bangladesh left 7105 kHz - successful action!

Success!  Radio Bangladesh has left 7105 kHz. They finished the experimental transmissions on 7105 kHz. Now they are usig 7250 kHz. Many thanks to the German BNetzA and all involved Hams.

Radio Bangladesh on 7105 kHz - reported by DJ9KR
Dear fellow intruder busters, since 13 August 2012 Radio "Bangladesh Betar" has been transmitting every day programs in English and Bengali language on the exclusive Amateur Radio frequency 7105 kHz. Here is the program schedule:

Time (UTC)     Program
*************     ***************************
1745-1800      carrier
1800-1900      English (General Overseas Service)
1900-1915      carrier and/or measuring tone
1915-2000      Bengali Service
2000-2015      carrier with white noise, 10 kHz spread The signal is very strong, S9+35dB at the 40-m-dipole of DJ9KR in southern Germany, the modulation is clear.

The homepage of R.Bangladesh Betar tells "7250 kHz" as transmission frequency. Will you please listen on the frequency and inform your national telecoms. authorities. Ask them to send an International Complaint to the telecoms. authorities of Bangladesh. Thank you for your good work! The radio amateurs of the world have the right to use their exclusive 40-m-band without the harmful interference of Radio "Bangladesh Betar". URL of R.Bangladesh Betar with tx-ion sked:

Wolf Hadel DK2OM, Coordinator of IARU-MS Region 1
Uli Bihlmayer DJ9KR, Vice Coordinator of IARU-MS Region 1