Intruder Alert! Intruder Alert! Lt. Worf to the Bridge!

Yeah I know, I was dying to throw out a Star Trek reference all last week and couldn’t. Now I got one. But it looks like there are a couple of intruding signals on 24 and 28 MHz as a video on YouTube from New Zealand shows. Aliens? Covert Government experiments designed to make us more docile to the idea of one world order? Um, I’m thinking no.But they are a bit of a nuisance. Here are the videos so you can see for yourself.

28 MHz

24 MHz

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Rich also writes a Tech blog and posts stories every Tuesday and Thursday on Q103, Albany’s #1 Rock Station website, as well as Amateur Radio stories every Monday thru Friday on AmiZed Studios and hosts a podcast called The Kim & Rich Show with his fiance’ Kim Dunne.

Rich Gattie, KB2MOB, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from New York, USA. Contact him at [email protected].

2 Responses to “Intruder Alert! Intruder Alert! Lt. Worf to the Bridge!”

  • Richard Corso:

    The signal sounds more like these mains power data devices used to extend internet services in a home – I think they are called powerline devices. They are causing major problems throughout the world with many ham radio operators complaining of the QRM they cause across many HF and VHF bands. Just google powerline qrm and see the results – there’s many youtube videos on these devices and the problems they cause – here’s just one of them http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzWwIMZcwnM

  • MARK HB9AZT:

    FM-Signals on 28 MHz are mostly russian taxi disponents and security services. New diploma for 28 MHz will be available soon: WARTS (worked all russian taxi sluts), golden sticker available for at least 5 diverted taxis. Best frequencies to tune up your amp:-)

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