posted on Jan, 27 2013 @ 07:59 PM
reply to post by juleol
What I thought too, perhaps military shortwave, if the OP's story he got by proxy is to be the case. Or perhaps the retired fella was a HAM radio
enthusiast, recorded transmissions on DAT, and this one just happened to be when there was no traffic, just various interference type transmissions so
there was no reason to erase it.
Or, maybe he was recording a specific transmission, that had some significance, and he just neglected to erase this one by mistake. At this stage
however, I don't really believe there would be a way to decode
the transmission just from a recording, just an educated guess.
Perhaps there is enough of a signature to the sound itself that someone with more knowledge of these types of sounds/transmissions could maybe narrow
down a little more.
OP, there are quite a few HAM/Short Wave Radio forums I would wager. Perhaps you could create an account and post it to see if you can garner anymore
information. Just a notion
edit on 1/27/2013 by UberL33t because: (no reason given)