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Author Topic: VHF Low Band DX Logs (Via UK Based SDR) 1 November 2023  (Read 516 times)

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VHF Low Band DX Logs (Via UK Based SDR) 1 November 2023
« on: November 01, 2023, 1437 UTC »
G8JNJ SDR.

Roughly 20 minutes of listening.  The band is/was very very open

29.700 MHz USB - French language, freebanders / outbanders
29.710 MHz FM - Spanish language - this is a US land mobile frequency
29.750 MHz FM - US land mobile comms
29.760 MHz FM - FSK signal, nonstop
29.770 MHz FM - US land mobile business comms - bus or taxi dispatch
29.790 MHz FM - Spanish language two-way chatter, also a US land mobile frequency
29.775 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio network chatter
29.800 MHz FM - POCSAG paging signals - pager 29.8 MHz
29.815 MHz AM - French language chatter, out of band CB freebanders
29.825 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio network voice chatter
29.850 MHz FM - OTH Radar, 40 kHz BW
29.850 MHz FM - POCSAG paging signals - pager 29.85 MHz
29.875 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio network voice chatter, very busy
29.900 MHz FM - POCSAG paging signals - pager 29.9 MHz
29.965 MHz AM - French language, probably freeband CBers
30.000 MHz FM - Strong FM carrier, tell-tale hum 150Hz
30.000 MHz FM - FM carrier, narrow band (typical of land mobile radio, not military) on same frequency at same time
30.020 MHz FM - POCSAG paging signals - likely Canadian hospital pagers
30.025 MHz FM - Sporadic military comms
30.050 MHz FM - Military comms, US military
30.065 MHz FM - Spanish language chatter
30.075 MHz FM - Military comms, active
30.100 MHz FM - Military comms, unknown language (wide FM deviation)
30.125 MHz FM - Military comms, very strong hum, possibly due to 400Hz aircraft power supply
30.150 MHz FM - Military comms, US "Mike 14" "my intention is to wait for 1-2"
30.155 MHz FM - FSK data bursts
30.200 MHz FM - FM carrier, probably also military
30.220 MHz FM - Hospital paging - Canada pager
30.225 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio network voice chatter
30.275 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio network voice chatter
30.300 MHz FM - Military comms, air to air and air to ground
30.350 MHz FM - Military comms, air to air (helicopters)
30.400 MHz FM - UNID two way voice comms, Spanish language, taxi cab?
30.420 MHz FM - Spanish language taxi cab dispatcher
30.450 MHz FM - Military comms, likely Fort Hood Range Control - very good copy
30.500 MHz FM - Military comms, "1 Charlie 1"
30.525 MHz FM - Data bursts, possibly encrypted military comms
30.580 MHz FM - US land mobile business comms - construction chatter
30.600 MHz FM - US land mobile comms
30.625 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio comms chatter
30.640 MHz FM - US land mobile business comms, truck to truck?
30.725 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio network voice chatter
30.750 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio network voice chatter
30.760 MHz FM - US land mobile - bus or taxi dispatch
30.775 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio comms, fading
30.840 MHz FM - US land mobile - construction
30.875 MHz FM - Data burst signals - previously monitored data signals on this frequency
30.880 MHz FM - Spanish
30.900 MHz FM - POCSAG paging
30.920 MHz FM - US land mobile business comms
30.960 MHz FM - US land mobile business comms
31.000 MHz FM - Two-way FM voice comms, unable to copy due to QRM from OTHR
31.000 MHz FM - OTH Radar, 40 kHz BW
31.025 MHz FM  - Asian fishery radio network voice chatter
31.040 MHz FM - Weak FM two-way comms, likely US LMR
31.050 MHz FM - Military comms, sounds like US, nice loud signals
31.060 MHz FM - US land mobile business comms
31.100 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio comms, busy freqency
31.100 MHz FM - US land mobile comms, heavy QRM
31.120 MHz FM - US land mobile business comms - bus / van dispatcher
31.125 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio network voice chatter
31.150 MHz FM - POCSAG pager - Greece
31.150 MHz FM - Military FM comms
31.160 MHz FM - UNID two-way radio chatter, likely US land mobile
31.175 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio network voice chatter
31.180 MHz FM - Spanish language, probably taxi cab dispatch
31.200 MHz FM - UNID land mobile user, several seconds of unmodulated carrier, several users on frequency at once
31.200 MHz FM - Taxi cab dispatch - Spanish language
31.200 MHz FM - US land mobile, business or highway maint.
31.200 MHz FM - US land mobile - bus or taxi cab dispatcher
31.240 MHz FM - US land mobile, facilities maintenance ?   
31.300 MHz FM - Military signals, FM voice, then encrypted X-Mode secure voice
31.320 MHz FM - POCSAG pager paging system signals
31.325 MHz FM - EPAR data - French traffic signal control polytone data
31.360 MHz FM - Land mobile, Spanish language
31.395 MHz USB - UNID voice comms, sounds like voice inversion or other scrambling, 8 kHz wide
31.400 MHz FM - Heavily distorted FM voice, military
31.425 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio network voice chatter
31.440 MHz FM - US land mobile business comms
31.480 MHz FM - US land mobile business comms
31.575 MHz FM - Secure voice, likely military going by bandwidth
31.580 MHz FM - US land mobile business comms
31.625 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter, very good signals
31.725 MHz FM - POCSAG paging signals - UK hospital pager frequency
31.750 MHz FM - Military comms, heavy QRM from POCSAG signals
31.775 MHz FM - POCSAG paging signals - UK hospital pager frequency
31.800 MHz FM - OTH Radar, very strong
31.960 MHz FM - Spanish language, land mobile - taxi dispatch
32.100 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio network voice chatter
32.150 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio network voice chatter
32.180 MHz FM - Taxi cab dispatch - Costa Rica LMR business radio
32.225 MHz FM - Military comms, UNID language, very wide FM deviation
32.250 MHz FM - FM carrier
32.300 MHz FM - Voice inversion or scrambled comms?
32.550 MHz FM - FM carrier, very deep fading
32.650 MHz FM - Military FM “Hotel Mike X-ray”
32.750 MHz FM - Secure military voice comms
32.825 MHz FM - Weak FM voice comms, possibly fishing fleets
32.940 MHz FM - Taxi cab dispatch - Costa Rica LMR business radio
33.000 MHz FM - Data signal, possibly FAX / SSTV signal from Japan - part of fishery radio comms networks
33.000 MHz FM - Military comms, sporadic
33.020 MHz FM - US land mobile comms, possibly business or fire/rescue
33.040 MHz FM - US land mobile or fire/rescue
33.060 MHz FM - US fire / rescue
33.100 MHz FM - US land mobile comms - likely business LMR
33.300 MHz FM - Military comms, US military
33.420 MHz FM - Weak FM signal, possibly NOAA Weather Radio rebroadcast / retransmission out of Florida
33.425 MHz FM - Spanish language - Cuba?
33.520 MHz FM - US fire / rescue
33.525 MHz FM - Pulsing data signal
33.540 MHz FM - US fire / rescue
33.550 MHz FM - Data signal
33.550 MHz FM - Military comms, US military
33.580 MHz FM - US fire / rescue
33.600 MHz FM - US fire / rescue
33.600 MHz FM - Data bursts
33.620 MHz FM  - US fire / rescue dispatch with tone outs
33.640 MHz FM - US fire / rescue
33.700 MHz FM - US fire / rescue dispatch
33.740 MHz FM - US fire / rescue dispatch, lots of activity
33.750 MHz FM - Data signal, strong
33.760 MHz FM - US fire / rescue dispatch
33.780 MHz FM - US fire / rescue dispatch with tone out
33.800 MHz FM - US fire / rescue dispatch with tone out
33.840 MHz FM - US fire / rescue dispatch
33.850 MHz FM - Data burst signals
33.860 MHz FM - US fire / rescue dispatch with tone out
33.880 MHz FM - US fire / rescue
33.900 MHz FM - US fire / rescue
33.900 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio network voice chatter
33.940 MHz FM - US fire / rescue
33.950 MHz FM - Data bursts
33.980 MHz FM - US fire / rescue
34.050 MHz FM - Military comms, US military
34.2375 MHz FM - Forestry radio network with selective calling tone bursts - Turkey
34.275 MHz FM - Forestry radio network with selective calling tone bursts - Turkey
34.325 MHz FM - Forestry radio network with selective calling tone bursts - Turkey
34.350 MHz FM - US military, air to air comms
34.3625 MHz FM - Forestry radio network with selective calling tone bursts - Turkey
34.400 MHz FM - Forestry radio network with selective calling tone bursts - Turkey
34.4375 MHz FM - Forestry radio network with selective calling tone bursts - Turkey
34.475 MHz FM - Forestry radio network with selective calling tone bursts - Turkey
34.500 MHz FM - Military comms, US military
34.5125 MHz FM - Forestry radio network with selective calling tone bursts - Turkey
34.550 MHz FM - Military comms, also QRM from forestry radio network 34MHz
34.5875 MHz FM - Forestry radio network with selective calling tone bursts - Turkey
34.6625 MHz FM - Forestry radio network with selective calling tone bursts - Turkey
35.000 MHz FM - UNID military comms, wide band FM deviation signal with 150Hz hum
35.040 MHz FM - US land mobile comms - itinerant frequency (see also: 43.040 MHz)
35.100 MHz FM - US land mobile comms - ready mix concrete or construction?
35.320 MHz FM - UNID - FM carrier with pronounced hum
35.340 MHz FM - Paging, POCSAG, very dramatic fading
35.500 MHz FM - POCSAG pager strong paging signals
35.540 MHz FM - POCSAG pager
35.550 MHz FM - Paging - also POCSAG, this is not a valid US LMR or paging low band frequency
35.700 MHz FM - UNID military user, noted wide military VHF FM signals on frequency
35.720 MHz FM - US land mobile comms, farming or similar?
35.740 MHz FM - US land mobile comms - truck to truck
35.800 MHz FM - Spanish language
35.880 MHz FM - US land mobile comms, business user
« Last Edit: November 10, 2023, 1205 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

 

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