|Name||WTR21 (“Don’t Cry for Me Argentina”)|
|Known counterpart stations|
The language was Spanish. V19 was heard only once, one day in mid-80s, in Germany. Only one recording exists, which is part of The Conet Project.
|"Don't cry for me Argentina" tune||WTR21||563-98 915-34 842-02...||Short break||56398 91534 84202...||WTR21||Fin|
|Callsign, spoken as Whiskey Tango Romeo veintiuno||5-figure single groups, spoken as five hundred sixty-three ninety-eight||5-figure single groups (each digit spoken individually)||Callsign, spoken as Whiskey Tango Romeo veintiuno|
|Played three times||Repeated for some time||Repeated once|
The range of callsigns from WAA to WZZ (WTR inclusive) were allocated to the USA. However, the station seemed to have its origins in Spain, due to the perfect pronunciation of the operator.
Extracted from ENIGMA Newsletter no. 15, July 1998 (read a scanned version here).