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Author Topic: VHF Low 29.7 MHz - 32 MHz Activity Via N1NTE KiwiSDR 12 Jan 2023  (Read 520 times)

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Some VHF low band activity this afternoon:

29.950 MHz FM - POCSAG paging signal - European paging frequency
30.000 MHz FM - US military comms, extended unmodulated FM carrier signals (around 1923 UTC) too
30.020 MHz FM - POCSAG paging signal - this is a confirmed Canadian hospital paging frequency 30.0200 FM
30.300 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio comms 30.30 FM 30.3000 MHz FM fishery radio
30.450 MHz FM - US military comms Fort Hood, Texas Range Control 30.4500 FM [150.0 Hz]
30.525 MHz FM - Weak FM voice signals, either military or fishery radio chatter
30.550 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio comms 30.55 FM 30.5500 MHz FM fishery radio
30.640 MHz FM - UNID Business User, US stations, English language 30.6400 FM
30.640 MHz FM - Spanish language taxi dispatch
31.000 MHz FM - Business land mobile comms, southern US accents 31.0000 FM 31.000 FM
31.120 MHz FM - Local business land mobile comms - school bus - van pool transportation dispatcher 31.1200 FM
31.325 MHz FM - Data signal - sounds sort of like ROS mode - French traffic signal control data radio link
31.350 MHz FM - US military comms, 31.35 FM - heavy fading
31.520 MHz FM - Business land mobile user, Spanish language, likely taxi cab dispatcher 31.5200 FM
31.675 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio comms Asian language chatter 31.6750 FM fishery radio
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/transceivers/scanners/receivers - land mobile system operator - focus on VHF/UHF and 11m

 

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