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Author Topic: VHF Low 29.7 MHz - 32 MHz Activity Via N1NTE KiwiSDR 13 Jan 2023  (Read 571 times)

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Tuned in just after 1400 UTC (0900 local) - logs are for roughly 1402 UTC to 1415 UTC. 

29.7500 FM 29.750 MHz FM - POCSAG paging - European pagers 29 MHz band
29.8500 FM 29.850 MHz FM - POCSAG paging - European pagers 29 MHz band
30.0000 FM 30.000 MHz FM - POCSAG paging - unknown source (likely Europe)
30.3750 FM 30.375 MHz FM - Weak FM signal, sounds like two-way radio of some kind, could be military or Asian fishery radio
30.4500 FM 30.450 MHz FM - US Military - Fort Hood, TX Range Control, very good signal [150 Hz tone]
30.5500 FM 30.550 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio comms - informal CB-like chatter 30.55 FM
30.6400 FM 30.640 MHz FM - US land mobile radio comms - business, sound like construction comms
30.7800 FM 30.780 MHz FM - Spanish taxi cab dispatch - YL dispatcher
30.8750 FM 30.875 MHz FM - US Military, heard "control" "fox mike"
30.9000 FM 30.900 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio comms - active frequency 30.900 MHz [CSQ]
31.1000 FM 31.100 MHz FM - Spanish language, sounds like a taxi dispatch - YL taxi dispatcher
31.1200 FM 31.120 MHz FM - [Local] Van Pool Transportation - bus/van dispatcher, very good signals
31.3250 FM 31.325 MHz FM - Data signals - French traffic signal control system (also on 31.6875 MHz and 31.975 MHz)
31.6800 FM 31.680 MHz FM - Spanish taxi cab dispatch - YL dispatcher, good signals
31.9000 FM 31.900 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio comms - fishery radio 27.500 MHz - 39.475 MHz FM (25 kHz steps, 480 channels)


1635 UTC - 1648 UTC

29.7100 FM 29.710 MHz FM - FM voice comms, also a dead carrier for a bit - also a legal business radio frequency
29.7500 FM 29.750 MHz FM - POCSAG pager signals - European (I think)
29.7900 FM 29.790 MHz FM - FM voice comms, this is a US business frequency 29.79 FM
29.9000 FM 29.900 MHz FM - POCSAG pager signals, fading in and out
30.0200 FM 30.020 MHz FM - POCSAG paging - Canadian hospital paging - Canada paging 30.020 MHz
30.4500 FM 30.450 MHz FM - US Military - Fort Hood Range Control 30.45 FM
30.5500 FM 30.550 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio 30.55 FM
30.5800 FM 30.580 MHz FM - US business land mobile radio - construction site comms, trucks
30.6400 FM 30.640 MHz FM - US business land mobile, bus or taxi dispatcher?
30.7600 FM 30.760 MHz FM - US business land mobile, construction
30.7750 FM 30.775 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter - fishery radio CB-like informal comms
30.8000 FM 30.800 MHz FM - Very short duration FM signal - could be military, land mobile or fishing fleet radio
30.9000 FM 30.900 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio, very busy, some signals full scale full quieting 30.90 MHz FM 30,900 FM
30.9750 FM 30.975 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter, some with very strong signals - can hear engine in background
31.1000 FM 31.100 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio comms - multiple signals
31.1200 FM 31.120 MHz FM - [Local] Van Pool Transportation - bus/van dispatcher, very good signals
31.2500 FM 31.250 MHz FM - Weak FM signal, could be military or fishing fleet comms (both use 25 kHz channel steps)
31.3750 FM 31.375 MHz FM - Data bursts (poly tones, MFSK data - traffic signal control radio link - France)
31.9000 FM 31.900 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter - another busy frequency
« Last Edit: January 13, 2023, 1648 UTC by R4002 »
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/transceivers/scanners/receivers - land mobile system operator - focus on VHF/UHF and 11m