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Author Topic: 11 meter activity 27 Oct 2022  (Read 607 times)

Offline R4002

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11 meter activity 27 Oct 2022
« on: October 27, 2022, 1332 UTC »
Tuned in at 1330 UTC -


25615 - begin export radio band plan - Band A 25.615 MHz to 26.055 MHz
25615 AM - Noted AM signals on this frequency, too weak to actually ID anything - Channel 1, Band A
25625 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL 
25665 AM - Taxi dispatch YL transmissions mixing with OMs (also Spanish language)
25695 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL
25745 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL
25775 LSB - Spanish speaking freebanders - similar to the chatter on 25.985 MHz LSB
25800 AM - AM carrier noted, probably the 11m shortwave broadcast pirate station on 25.8 MHz 25800 kHz
25812 LSB - Spanish language chatter, odd frequency, 25.812 MHz LSB 25.812 LSB
25815 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL
25845 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL
25865 AM - Spanish language chatter, doesn't sound like a taxi
25915 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL
25950 FM - Studio Transmitter Link 25.950 FM 25950 FM, FM carrier fading in and out
25985 LSB - Spanish speaking freebanders - previously logged on/around this frequency (Mexican accents)
26035 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL
26055 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL  - Channel 40, Band A
26065 - begin export radio band plan - Band B 26.065 MHz to 26.505 MHz
26065 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL  - Channel 1, Band B
26075 AM - Taxi dispatcher - very weak
26100 - begin European standardized paging band - up to 26.935 MHz
26100 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26125 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL
26200 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals - European and UK paging frequency 26MHz
26225 USB - Spanish language freeband activity - known Mexican 26MHz band SSB frequency
26235 USB - Spanish language freeband activity - known Mexican 26MHz band SSB frequency
26235 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26240 USB - Spanish language freeband activity - known Mexican 26MHz band SSB frequency
26285 USB - Stations calling CQ DX (alternate to 27.555 USB) - Band B, Channel 19
26300 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26305 AM - Spanish language chatter
26335 AM - Spanish language chatter 
26350 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals - European and UK paging frequency 26MHz
26365 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL
26400 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals - European and UK paging frequency 26MHz
26405 AM - Spanish language chatter, freebanders or truckers? 
26405 USB - UNID language, probably Portuguese
26415 USB - Several stations on frequency, sounds like Polish or Russian?
26415 AM - Spanish language, YL heard, taxi cab?  other signals mixing in
26430 USB - Polish language or similar? 
26435 USB - UNID language, Eastern European?
26450 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26485 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL
26500 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26515 - begin export radio band plan - Band C 26.515 MHz to 26.955 MHz
26515 AM - Spanish speaking OMs, likely freebanders - - Channel 1, Band C
26540 LSB - Spanish speaking freebanders
26550 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals, heavy QRM from 26.555 LSB
26555 LSB - Spanish speaking / Latin American 11m calling frequency (see also: 27.455 MHz USB)
26565 - begin German 80 channel CB band plan - 26.565 MHz to 27.405 MHz
26565 AM - Spanish speaking stations
26570 LSB - Spanish language, likely stations that QSY'ed from 26.555 LSB
26575 AM - Spanish language chatter
26585 AM - Spanish language chatter
26595 AM - Spanish language chatter
26600 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26605 AM - Spanish language chatter
26610 FM - UNID FM chatter, sounds like Polish maybe?
26635 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26635 FM - FM voice signals noted mixing with POCSAG data, German? 
26650 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26695 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26695 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL
26700 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26705 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26715 AM - Spanish speaking stations, big radios
26725 FM - German language
26735 AM - US stations truckers using export radios on 26 MHz band, this is channel 19 "down one band" 26.735 MHz
26745 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26750 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26755 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26765 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL
26765 FM - German language
26778 LSB - "Kilo Papa" "One Two Three Four Five" - somebody doing a radio check (English with accent)
26800 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26815 FM - FSK data signal - see 26885, 26895 and other frequencies
26825 FM - FSK data signal
26825 FM - German language
26835 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26850 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26855 FM - FSK data signals
26855 FM - German language voice chatter
26865 FM - Data signal - POCSAG pager signals...and voice? 
26885 FM - FSK data signal, about 3-4 kHz wide
26895 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL lots of QRM from data signals
26895 FM - FSK data signal - very similar to the signals on 26905, 26885 and likely other frequencies
26900 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26905 FM - FSK data signal, about 3-4 kHz wide - very similar to signal heard on 26.885 MHz
26925 FM - UNID data signal - MFSK signal
26935 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26935 AM - Spanish language chatter, fading in and out with data QRM
26945 FM - Data signals - not POCSAG
26945 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26950 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
26955 FM - Data signals, mixing with voice?
26955 FM - German language - German 80 Channel CB Channel 80 and Channel 40, Band C
26960 FM - Data signals - not POCSAG
26965 - begin export radio band plan - Band D 26.965 MHz to 27.405 MHz - legal CB band

26960 to 27410 - legal CB band, signals every 5 or 10 kHz, AM, FM and SSB everywhere!

RCRS data telemetry remote control frequencies and nearby frequencies

26995 AM - AM voice signals - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL
27000 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
27090 FM - FSK data signal - continuous transmission
27095 FM - FSK data signals - 6-7 kHz wide
27100 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
27190 USB - German language chatter
27195 FM - FSK data signals
27195 AM - AM voice signals - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL
27200 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
27250 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
27255 FM - Various data signals, including the typical FSK signals but also wideband POCSAG signals
27255 FM - ROS data mode (HF data mode used on 11m)

27415 - begin export radio band plan - Band E 27.415 MHz to 27.855 MHz
27465 AM - Italian big radios channel "canale 45"
27490 FM - FM signal noted, only for a few seconds
27505 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals (offset frequency - 27.5 MHz 27.51 MHz)
27550 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
27575 AM - US stations, probably truck drivers or other land mobile users on 27.575 MHz
27600 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
27601 - begin UK FM 27/81 CB band 27.60125 MHz to 27.99125 MHz, 10 kHz steps, FM mode only
27601 - begin WPAS LW Channels 27.601 MHz to 27.991 MHz, 10 kHz steps, FM or AM mode, same as UK FM band plan
27601 FM - UK FM CB Channel 1 - UK FM CB chatter - 27.60125 MHz FM
27605 - begin WPAS UW Channels 27.605 MHz to 27.995 MHz, 10 kHz steps, FM or AM mode
27605 AM - "yeah its really strange, the gutters are all..." "clear that driveway" - US stations, informal chatter
27631 FM - UK FM CB Channel 4 - UK FM CB - 27.63125 MHz FM - seems like a dead carrier
27635 FM - ROS data mode
27635 AM - AM voice activity, presumably truck drivers or freeband operators
27635 USB - ROS data mode
27641 FM - UK FM CB Channel 5 - 27.64125 MHz FM - weak signals
27650 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
27700 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
27710 USB - Spanish language chatter
27750 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
27751 FM - UK FM CB Channel 16 - 27.75125 MHz FM
27755 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL, some QRM from UK FM CB on 27.751 MHz
27761 FM - UK FM CB Channel 17 - 27.76125 MHz FM
27771 FM - UK FM CB Channel 18 - 27.77125 MHz FM
27775 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL
27781 FM - UK FM CB Channel 19 - 27.78125 MHz FM, very busy
27785 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL, some QRM from UK FM CB on 27.781 MHz
27795 AM - Taxi dispatch lady Spanish language taxi dispatcher SS YL
27800 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
27805 USB - Spanish language freebander chatter
27841 FM - UK FM CB Channel 25 - very busy, good signals - 27.84125 MHz FM
27845 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals, offset frequency - previously logged on 27.847 MHz and 27.848 MHz (and 27.85 MHz)
27850 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
27851 FM - UK FM CB Channel 26 - 27.85125 MHz FM
27855 AM - Spanish speaking OMs, could be truck drivers
27861 FM - UK FM CB Channel 27 - 27.86125 MHz FM
27865 - begin export radio band plan - Band F 27.865 MHz to 28.305 MHz
27881 FM - UK FM CB Channel 29 - 27.88125 MHz FM
27885 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
27891 FM - UK FM CB Channel 30 - 27.89125 MHz FM
27900 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
27931 FM - UK FM CB Channel 34 - also very busy at 1445 UTC 27.93125 MHz FM
27941 FM - UK FM CB Channel 35 - another open carrier/unmodulated carrier 27.94125 MHz FM
27950 FM - POCSAG pager paging signals
27951 FM - UK FM CB Channel 36 - 27.95125 MHz FM
27971 FM - UK FM CB Channel 38 - 27.97125 MHz FM
27981 FM - UK FM CB Channel 39 - 27.98125 MHz FM
27991 FM - UK FM CB Channel 40 - 27.99125 MHz FM
« Last Edit: October 27, 2022, 1501 UTC by R4002 »
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