Sunday, August 24, 2008

Interesting NSA-like spectra of signals caught over Leningrad

There are two predictable channels, all active this weekend, understandably as Russia got all hot and bothered and rattled sabres at Poland.

In the second screenshot, the Wave application in the Skip One Sample mode shed some light on the high rate transmission session.

The Code300 equipment have been useless. Note the characteristic flower pattern of the SK material. A while later a directional info0matiuon has been obtained, placing the source of the signals somewhere in the environs of the Kirov shipyards, aimed at Russian cruisers scurrying around in the Baltic just east of Poland.

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