(UUNN HQ) At approximately 02:00 on 118.2.2 the KTRI news ticker channel became corrupted and began periodically broadcasting gibberish.
TRI reports that the broadcast is currently stuck in a loop. Engineers are attempting to get things back to normal as quickly as possible.
“At first we thought it was a software issue,” said Tristan Kamihira, TRI Corporation’s Director of Sector Assets, “But now we have determined that it is hardware-related. We have dispatched a team to look at each of the subspace transceivers. So that may take a little while.”
“I’m sure it’s nothing to worry about,” he added. “Things should be back to normal soon.”
(UUNN HQ) Several pilots reported an odd message being broadcast on KTRI during yesterday’s Octavius Exorzismus observance. The broadcast, originally identified by pilot Jalil was later partially decrypted by Hifly.
“While clearing a load of infestations in unreg last night I received an audio mayday message in the Connexion, the quality was poor and it was fading in and out but I suspect it was related to the coded KTRI message that was being broadcast, 145 160 157 141 156 160 150 167 150171 141 154 154 145, which seems to decode to epoanphwhyalle, it does sound a bit like the ship name in the mayday message,” said Hifly. Continue reading →
Subspace Transceiver Repaired Pilots finally rallied to repair the subspace transceiver in The Narrow Canal, and Solrain pilots are once again happily receiving KTRI broadcasts. There is still no word on how the transceiver was damaged in the first place.
Octs Debate DSS History The Octavius Emperors from Ares Prime and Martius seem to be having a dispute about the historical fragment recently found on a DSS. What is being lost in the whole “whose sword is bigger” debate is the fact that this thing might be one of the oldest pieces of history we have found to-date and may even hint at our roots. Continue reading →
(UUNN HQ) Pilots rallied yesterday to repair the damaged Subspace Transceiver in The Narrow Canal, to try and restore KTRI broadcasts to Solrain pilots. According to our reports, most of the work was done by four pilots: hifly, JokeR_GdI, Nafcon and Valmagier. All four have received the Keval’s Thanks award for their efforts.
Now that the transceiver is fully repaired, TRI Corporation is working on reactivating it to restore broadcasts. It is still unknown what originally caused the damage to the transceiver.
(Solrain Core) TRI-GATE engineers have determined that the problem interfering with proper KTRI ticker updates is the Subspace Transceiver in The Narrow Canal. Apparently the transceiver is damaged, but has not been broadcasting the damage codes that are supposed to alert KTRI that there is a problem.
More details will be made available as they are available.
(UUNN HQ) TRI Corporation has reported that some of its KTRI announcements are somehow being corrupted during subspace transmission. They have verified that there is
absolutely nothing wrong with the broadcast source. The problems is happening somewhere in the subspace transmission network.
(UUNN HQ) The final piece of cipher was decoded by experts contracted by UUNN. The message had been partially decoded through two layers of encoding by TRI Corporation experts. The final layer (siahwtsrouktaeto24442) had remained undeciphered until yesterday. It seemingly translates as “to take what is ours” — though it could be “what is ours to take.” The final encoding layer in the end was simply a kind of word-scramble.
Combining the three sets of coded messages hacked-onto KTRI results in the sentence “We are coming to take what is ours and create order.”