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Missing lots of digits, I don't have a good audio program to isolate the beeps with, but i think there are three sets of beeps. about 5-10 peeps per set

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1 minute ago, -S-O-Yetili said:

Maybe the digits make sense with a keypad??

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You need the correct keypad: 

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2 minutes ago, tsukikage said:

You need the correct keypad: 

key.jpg

That's what i was thinking, but how do we determine which A they're referring to? 

Although i guess we could just trial & error.


 

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Just now, BraydenPiag said:

That's what i was thinking, but how do we determine which A they're referring to? 
 

The "a" could just be a placeholder to represent a break. So it would be three numbers; 49, 5, 423.

Maybe

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Just now, BraydenPiag said:

That's what i was thinking, but how do we determine which A they're referring to? 
 

I've done some looking into this, the system works by detecting the PAIRED frequencies that each sound is using.  So when it detects 1633/697 Hz paired tones, it's the 'A' key, not the '2' key, which would need the 1336 Hz tone

the A, B, C, and D keys aren't really used in consumer phones, at least not by the user's will at any rate, but the tones still exist in modern telephony

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1 minute ago, BraydenPiag said:

Well if they A/B/C/D keys aren't used as regularly, I think that would be a perfect way to hide it.

One thing I came up with staring at it for a minute, using your theory, is....'izalahad'

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Hm....AUTOVON (military network), places the 'A' key as 'Flash Override (highest priority)....so:

49 [flash override] 5 [flash override] 423

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"Grid coordinates on a map? Hey someone get the map of orb valis"

"Definitely feels like coordinates. 49 by 5 by 423."

 

- More guys on twitter

 

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Ok allow me to be an over eager dummy for a second but if I remember right there are corpus transmission on the landing craft that we have that we can listen to. And if I remember right they do have numbered messages kind of like law enforcement would. I don't remember any off the top of my head though.

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1 minute ago, SShadowSwipe said:

"Grid coordinates on a map? Hey someone get the map of orb valis"

"Definitely feels like coordinates. 49 by 5 by 423."

 

- More guys on twitter

 

That would be a three-coordinate plot though, so....what's 423 whatever tall/high up?

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For everyone intrested, I ran the clip in audacity, normalized it to a 0.5 dB offset and then repeatedly cleaned up the sound. On the spectrogram it doesn't show anything funny. It's not morse, just dial numbers as people said. Perhaps this cleaned up file will help. https://sta.sh/0j56e7vd7lb

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1 minute ago, (XB1)Megglow said:

Ok allow me to be an over eager dummy for a second but if I remember right there are corpus transmission on the landing craft that we have that we can listen to. And if I remember right they do have numbered messages kind of like law enforcement would. I don't remember any off the top of my head though.

Looked into it, there's a site that shows the codes and what they mean....423, the last block, is 'See Person For Info'

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I put the .wav through the logarithmic spectrogram in audacity and got something in barcode, which is something that i've not learned to read (yet)

unknown.png?width=586&height=468

the arched pattern of dots in the top half makes me think this was derived using the polar coordinates transform in PS. hold on, i'll pass it back through the filter.

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1 minute ago, evilChair said:

I put the .wav through the logarithmic spectrogram in audacity and got something in barcode, which is something that i've not learned to read (yet)

unknown.png?width=586&height=468

the arched pattern of dots in the top half makes me think this was derived using the polar coordinates transform in PS. hold on, i'll pass it back through the filter.

Did you use the rough version or did you clean it up first?

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