locked Re: Can Anyone Identify these two decodes of 1IO/IL0HBU


Joe Subich, W4TV
 

I had two different time-slot decodes for *1IO/IL0HBU*
Any prefix that starts with the number 1 is not valid - the
1AA-1ZZ block is not used by the ITU (also 0AA-0ZZ and QAA-QZZ).

This would appear to be a "false decode" although I wonder why
K1JT et. al. would waste the space in the protocol for an "illegal"
prefix block: <https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/terrestrial/fmd/Pages/call_sign_series.aspx>.

73,

... Joe, W4TV


On 2020-07-31 11:01 AM, Dick Bingham wrote:
Greetings Everyone
I had two different time-slot decodes for *1IO/IL0HBU* on 80-meter WSPR I can not identify (see below)
When I enter that call in the WSPRNET map nothing shows up for that call.
Seems odd two random/bogus decodes would be exactly the same.
73  Dick/w7wkr
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1310 -------------------- Transmitting WSPR ----------------------- 80m
1312 -20 1.3 3.569996 0 *1IO/IL0HBU* 7 *<====== HERE*
1312 4 3.2 3.570066 0 W7HMT CN97 23 59
1314 -22 0.5 3.570097 0 VA7BBG CO65 27 562
1316 -2 3.2 3.570067 0 W7HMT CN97 23 59
1316 -13 1.5 3.570072 0 KE6ZIQ DM09 23 616
1316 -29 0.7 3.570132 0 KD7JL DN13 23 379
1316 -22 0.4 3.570190 0 K7GXB DM34 30 1035
1320 -------------------- Transmitting WSPR ----------------------- 80m
1322 14 1.7 3.570014 0 KO6FE CN71 37 516
1328 -------------------- Transmitting WSPR ----------------------- 80m
1326 6 3.2 3.570067 0 W7HMT CN97 23 59
1326 -6 0.4 3.570146 0 KI7DX DN40 33 724
1330 -20 1.5 3.570195 0 KE6ZIQ DM09 23 616
1334 -------------------- Transmitting WSPR ----------------------- 80m
1332 -15 -2.2 3.569996 0 1IO/IL0HBU 7 <===== AND HERE
1332 -3 1.7 3.570014 0 KO6FE CN71 37 516

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