Ham Track Unauthorised Radio Comms

Amateur radio operators in south Bengal have raised alarm over unauthorised radio communication along the Bengal-Bangladesh border 

The communication is taking place using radio signals (very high frequency) at dead in the night and the sources of the signals are moving and speaking in code languages.

After we wrote a letter highlighting the strange signals to the ministry of communication and information technology, we were called for a meeting by officials of international monitoring station in Kolkata on September 22. Ten of us met the officials and furnished the details of our findings.

We were asked to continue the monitoring. Twenty three of our ham operators monitored round the clock during Pujas. On Asthami we once again found such unauthorized communication. It is a cause for concern for us all since the location is close to Bangladesh border and that the callers were taking in codes and words with Bangladeshi pronunciation.
— Ambarish Nag Biswas VU2JFA, Secretary Bengal Amateur Radio Club.

Radio sets were found with the terrorists in recent Uri attacks that were used by them for communication with their bases in Pakistan.

Alarmed Ham operators have deployed 23 operators to monitor the signals round the clock.

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