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Latin American Taxi Cabs 29.7 - 50 MHz VHF Low Band
« on: February 15, 2023, 1506 UTC »
VHF Low has been going absolutely crazy recently. 

Yes, 25-28 MHz is still loaded with taxi cabs (using AM mode) and other land mobile users, in addition to freebanders in SSB and FM.

29.7100 MHz [71.9 Hz] - Spanish language taxi cab dispatcher
29.7100 MHz [192.8 Hz] - Spanish language taxi cab dispatcher
29.7700 MHz [100.0 Hz] - Spanish language taxi cab dispatcher - frequency/tone used by Bushwick Car Service in Brooklyn, NY - WQAP986
29.7700 MHz [162.2 Hz] - Spanish language taxi cab dispatcher
30.5800 MHz [110.9 Hz] - Spanish language taxi cab dispatcher

Here are the non-US ones:

30.1800 MHz [179.9 Hz] - Taxi dispatch - Spanish
30.1800 MHz [051 DCS] - Taxi dispatch - Spanish, South America
30.2200 MHz [131.8 Hz] - Taxi dispatch - Costa Rica
31.2000 MHz [203.5 Hz] - Spanish YL taxi dispatcher - coming in almost daily, likely out of Costa Rica
32.0800 MHz [100.0 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch
32.1800 MHz [77.0 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch Costa Rica taxi cab - YL dispatcher, coming in almost daily
32.1800 MHz [141.3 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch Costa Rica taxi cab - YL dispatcher
32.2000 MHz [100.0 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch - Spanish
32.2000 MHz [203.5 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch - Spanish
32.3400 MHz [127.3 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch - Spanish
32.3800 MHz [74.4 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch - Spanish
32.3800 MHz [77.0 Hz] -  Taxi cab dispatch - Spanish
32.3800 MHz [156.7 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch - Spanish
32.6600 MHz [141.3 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch - Unknown location
32.9400 MHz [77.0 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch - Costa Rica
32.9400 MHz [141.3 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch - Costa Rica
32.9600 MHz [141.3 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch - Spanish
33.2200 MHz [110.9 Hz] - Taxi dispatch - Latin America
33.4250 MHz [123.0 Hz] - Taxi dispatch - Latin America - appears to be following the 12.5 kHz / 25 kHz spacing, not the 20 kHz spacing - not 33.4200 MHz
33.7200 MHz [141.3 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch - could be 33.7250 MHz 141.3 Hz
33.9800 MHz [051 DCS] - Taxi cab dispatch
34.0000 MHz [127.3 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch
34.0400 MHz [127.3 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch Turrialba, Costa Rica
34.1000 MHz [88.5 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch - Spanish
34.2000 MHz [141.3 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch - Spanish
34.2000 MHz [203.5 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch - Spanish
34.8200 MHz [CSQ] - Taxi cab dispatch - Portuguese - Brazil
35.9000 MHz [131.8 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch - South America?
36.0000 MHz [103.5 Hz] - Taxi dispatcher
36.0000 MHz [114.8 Hz] - Taxi dispatch
36.1200 MHz [79.9 Hz] - Taxi cab dispatch - Spanish 
36.5000 MHz [77.0 Hz] - Spanish language taxi cab dispatcher -  Central or South America
36.6600 MHz [100.0 Hz] - Spanish language taxi dispatch
38.6600 MHz [173.8 Hz] - Spanish language taxi dispatch - South America
38.9400 MHz [192.8 Hz] - Spanish language taxi dispatch - South America
39.9000 MHz [100.0 Hz] - Spanish language taxi dispatch
40.0000 MHz [123.0 Hz] - Spanish language taxi dispatch
40.2200 MHz [100.0 Hz] - Spanish language taxi dispatch - South America?
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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