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VHF Low Band DX Logs (Via UK Based SDR) 2 November 2023
« on: November 02, 2023, 1416 UTC »
Very nice band opening this morning.  Started at 29.7 MHz.


29.705 MHz FM - FSK signals
29.710 MHz FM - US land mobile comms - Spanish
29.710 MHz FM - US land mobile comms, construction
29.730 MHz FM - US land mobile comms, weak
29.740 MHz FM - FSK signal
29.750 MHz FM - Pager signals - POCSAG - sporadic
29.755 MHz FM - Russian taxi cab dispatcher - Russian land mobile radio
29.770 MHz FM - US land mobile comms - taxi dispatch
29.775 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
29.780 MHz FM - FSK signal
29.790 MHz FM - US land mobile comms - bus dispatcher
29.800 MHz FM - Pager signals - POCSAG paging very busy
29.815 MHz AM - French language chatter - out of band CB freebanders
29.825 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
29.850 MHz FM - OTH Radar, 20 kHz wide, very strong
29.855 MHz FM - Russian land mobile comms - taxi cab dispatcher
29.875 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
29.900 MHz FM - Pager signals - POCSAG paging very busy
29.925 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
29.955 MHz AM - French language chatter - freebanders?
29.965 MHz FM - Russian land mobile comms - taxi cab dispatcher
29.975 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
29.995 MHz FM - FM carrier
30.000 MHz USB - Data signal, very strong (tuned in USB mode it's right on 30.0000 MHz)
30.000 MHz FM - FM carrier
30.000 MHz FM - Military FM comms, loud hum noted
30.000 MHz FM - Several different military comms on frequency
30.005 MHz FM - FM carrier
30.020 MHz FM - Pager signals - Canada on site hospital paging frequency
30.025 MHz FM - Military FM comms, US military
30.025 MHz FM - Wideband data, encrypted military comms
30.050 MHz FM - UNID language, likely military comms
30.050 MHz FM - Wideband data - encrypted miltary comms
30.075 MHz FM - Military FM comms, clear voice and digital encryption
30.100 MHz FM - Military comms, encrypted digital signals
30.100 MHz FM - Military FM comms, deep fades
30.105 MHz FM - Weak FM signal noted - freebanders?
30.150 MHz FM - Military FM comms, US military very good signals
30.150 MHz FM - "53, clear from the south, over"
30.155 MHz FM - MFSK data signal - previously logged during band openings
30.200 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
30.220 MHz FM - Pager signals - Canada on site hospital paging frequency
30.225 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
30.250 MHz FM - OTH Radar 60 kHz bandwidth
30.275 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
30.300 MHz FM - Encrypted digital comms - likely military
30.300 MHz FM - FSK data bursts
30.325 MHz FM - Military FM comms, short bursts
30.400 MHz FM - Military FM chatter
30.420 MHz FM - Pager signals - Canada on site hospital paging frequency
30.450 MHz FM - Range control
30.500 MHz FM - Military FM comms, US military air to ground exercise?
30.550 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
30.580 MHz FM - US land mobile radio comms - business
30.580 MHz FM - US land mobile comms - construction / truck to truck comms
30.600 MHz FM - "Truck over here and..." US military land mobile
30.620 MHz FM - US land mobile, weak
30.625 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
30.640 MHz FM - US land mobile radio comms, several groups on frequency
30.650 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
30.700 MHz AM - Broadcast harmonic
30.725 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
30.740 MHz FM - US land mobile radio comms, New York accents?
30.750 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
30.775 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
30.825 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
30.840 MHz FM - US land mobile - trucks
30.875 MHz FM - Data bursts
30.875 MHz FM - MFSK data signal, very similar to signal noted on 30.1550 MHz
30.880 MHz FM - US land mobile radio comms, with data bursts
30.900 MHz FM - POCSAG pager signals - paging frequency
30.920 MHz FM - US land mobile - bus dispatch
30.960 MHz FM - FM carrier
30.960 MHz FM - US land mobile radio comms - business
30.975 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms 
30.980 MHz FM - US land mobile comms - radio checks?
31.000 MHz FM - OTH Radar "horn" sound - 80-90 kHz bandwidth
31.000 MHz FM - US land mobile - business - heavy construction
31.000 MHz FM - Military FM comms "031, say intentions" "okay"
31.025 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter - very heavy QRM from over the horizon radar
31.040 MHz FM - US land mobile comms
31.050 MHz FM - Military FM comms, heavy QRM from OTH radar on 31.000 MHz
31.060 MHz FM - US land mobile - taxi dispatcher
31.075 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
31.100 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
31.120 MHz FM - US land mobile radio comms - bus dispatch, very good signals
31.125 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter, very heavy QRM from 31.12 MHz
31.150 MHz FM - FM carrier
31.150 MHz FM - POCSAG pager paging signals - Greek pager
31.150 MHz FM - Military FM, very good signals
31.175 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter
31.180 MHz FM - US land mobile radio
31.200 MHz FM - "unit 469 let me know" - land mobile radio
31.200 MHz FM - Spanish language YL taxi dispatcher
31.220 MHz FM - US land mobile, tail end of CW ID
31.225 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter, heavy QRM from 31.22 MHz
31.240 MHz FM - US land mobile radio - bus dispatcher, very busy
31.240 MHz FM - US land mobile radio, different users on freq
31.300 MHz FM - Military comms - encrypted digital signals
31.320 MHz FM - Paging signals
31.325 MHz FM - EPAR French traffic signal control polytone data
31.400 MHz FM - Military FM comms, heard "six six" - US mil?
31.4375 MHz FM - EPAR French traffic signal control polytone data
31.450 MHz FM - Paging - POCSAG signals
31.460 MHz FM - US land mobile radio with MDC1200 ANI 
31.480 MHz FM - US land mobile radio
31.500 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
31.520 MHz FM - US land mobile - business radio chatter
31.540 MHz FM - US or Latin American land mobile comms
31.575 MHz FM - Chirper - very strong
31.575 MHz FM - Military FM comms mixing in with the "chirp" signal
31.600 MHz FM - Military comms - encrypted digital signals
31.620 MHz FM - US land mobile radio comms, truck to truck comms
31.625 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
31.640 MHz FM - US land mobile comms, dispatch and truck replies
31.6875 MHz FM - EPAR French traffic signal control polytone data
31.700 MHz FM - Military FM comms, very deep fading
31.725 MHz FM - Paging - UK on site hospital pagers
31.750 MHz FM - Paging - UK on site hospital pagers
31.775 MHz FM - Paging - UK on site hospital pagers
31.800 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
31.875 MHz FM - Wide band data signals 25 kHz wide, likely encrypted military comms
31.950 MHz FM - UNID military FM comms, very deep fading
31.975 MHz FM - EPAR French traffic signal control polytone data
32.000 MHz FM - FSK data bursts, 15 kHz wide
32.100 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
32.160 MHz FM - Spanish language - land mobile radio comms
32.175 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
32.200 MHz FM - Military comms - encrypted digital signals
32.300 MHz FM - Military FM comms, sounds like air to air comms
32.325 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
32.650 MHz FM - Military FM voice comms and encrypted signals
32.675 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
32.750 MHz FM - Military comms - encrypted digital signals
32.750 MHz FM - Military FM voice comms mixing in with digital signals
32.825 MHz FM - FM carrier, likely land mobile radio going by bandwidth
32.950 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
32.975 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
33.000 MHz FM - Data signal, fading up and back down into the noise
33.000 MHz FM - Military FM voice comms, UNID language
33.000 MHz FM - UNID land mobile or fishery comms
33.020 MHz FM - US land mobile dispatch - YL dispatcher, taxi or bus dispatch
33.025 MHz FM - Military comms - encrypted digital signals
33.060 MHz FM - US land mobile - YL dispatcher, "go ahead unit 99" "base to 51"
33.100 MHz FM - US land mobile radio comms
33.200 MHz FM - Digital signals - encrypted military comms
33.225 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
33.300 MHz FM - Military FM comms, US military
33.425 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
33.440 MHz FM - US fire / rescue comms
33.540 MHz FM - US fire / rescue radio comms with dispatch
33.550 MHz FM - Military FM comms, Hebrew, IDF ?
33.560 MHz FM - US fire / rescue radio comms, including dispatch
33.620 MHz FM - US fire / rescue radio comms with dispatch
33.640 MHz FM - US fire / rescue radio comms / dispatch
33.650 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
33.660 MHz FM - US fire / rescue radio comms with dispatch
33.680 MHz FM - US fire / rescue radio comms with dispatch
33.750 MHz FM - FSK data bursts
33.760 MHz FM - US fire / rescue dispatch and comms
33.800 MHz FM - US fire / rescue dispatch tone out
33.800 MHz FM - FSK data bursts
33.850 MHz FM - FSK data bursts, very busy
33.860 MHz FM - US fire / rescue radio comms with dispatch
33.875 MHz FM - FSK data bursts - basically constant
33.880 MHz FM - US fire / rescue radio and dispatch
33.900 MHz FM - US fire / rescue dispatch with tone out
33.900 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
33.920 MHz FM - US fire / rescue radio and dispatch
33.940 MHz FM - US fire / rescue radio and dispatch
33.960 MHz FM - "EMS, mutual aid, male with high fever..." - fire / rescue dispatch
34.050 MHz FM - Military FM, radio checks
34.100 MHz FM - Military FM, range control   
34.125 MHz FM - Data, likely encrypted military comms
34.1375 MHz FM - Turkish LMR comms, very good signals
34.150 MHz FM - FM key ups, possibly radio testing or malfunctioning transmitter
34.1625 MHz FM - Turkish LMR comms with selective calling bursts
34.200 MHz FM - Very strong data bursts, MFSK signals
34.2125 MHz FM - Turkish LMR comms with selective calling bursts
34.225 MHz FM - Turkish LMR comms with selective calling bursts
34.225 MHz FM - French land mobile radio comms with SELCALL
34.2375 MHz FM - Turkish LMR comms with selective calling bursts
34.3125 MHz FM - Turkish LMR comms with selective calling bursts
34.3375 MHz FM - Turkish LMR comms with selective calling bursts
34.3875 MHz FM - Turkish LMR comms with selective calling bursts
34.400 MHz FM - Russian YL dispatcher - very good copy at 1300 UTC
34.5875 MHz FM - Turkish LMR comms with selective calling bursts
34.6375 MHz FM - Turkish LMR comms with selective calling bursts
34.875 MHz FM - Russian YL dispatcher? possibly taxi
34.900 MHz FM - Strong wide data, probably encrypted military comms
35.025 MHz FM - FSK data bursts
35.040 MHz FM - US land mobile comms, itinerant frequency
35.075 MHz FM - FM military comms, very weak
35.100 MHz FM - US land mobile comms, concrete trucks?
35.1125 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.150 MHz FM - Digital signals - likely military comms with encryption
35.200 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.250 MHz FM - UNID LMR - multi-tone selcall noted
35.3375 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.340 MHz FM - US LMR - FM carrier with loud AC hum
35.350 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.3625 MHz - French ePMR - DDE network
35.3875 MHz - French ePMR - DDE network
35.400 MHz FM - US land mobile radio comms
35.400 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.4375 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.4625 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.500 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.5125 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.5375 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network 
35.550 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.550 MHz FM - Encrypted military comms
35.5625 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.575 MHz FM - Very strong data, likely encrypted military
35.5875 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.6375 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.650 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.6625 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.700 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.700 MHz FM - Military FM signals noted mixing with ePMR LMR
35.7375 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.740 MHz FM - US land mobile radio comms
35.750 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.760 MHz FM - US land mobile radio - business comms
35.7625 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.775 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.780 MHz FM - US land mobile - farming
35.7875 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.800 MHz - French ePMR - DDE network
35.825 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.850 MHz FM - Military FM comms, very short, unable to ID language
35.880 MHz FM - US land mobile radio comms
35.8875 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.900 MHz FM - Military FM comms, UNID language, strong hum noted
35.900 MHz FM - POCSAG paging signals - weak but there
35.900 MHz FM - US land mobile radio comms
35.900 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.9125 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.925 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.950 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.960 MHz FM - Paging signals - POCSAG pager
35.9625 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
35.9875 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
36.0125 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
36.100 MHz FM - Military FM signals, regular FM voice and encrypted digital
36.100 MHz FM - Military FM - US Mil “Advisory”
36.1125 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
36.150 MHz FM - Data bursts, 25 kHz wide
36.175 MHz FM - French ePMR - DDE network
36.200 MHz FM - “Victor” “Range Control” military wide FM deviation
36.250 MHz FM - LMR, Morse ID
36.475 MHz FM - Russian two way land mobile comms
36.500 MHz FM - Taxi dispatch, Latin America
36.525 MHz FM - Strong data bursts, similar to those noted on 39 MHz and 40 MHz
36.600 MHz FM - Military FM comms, possibly Portuguese?
36.700 MHz FM - Military FM comms, UNID language
36.925 MHz FM - Encrypted wideband military comms
37.100 MHz FM - Encrypted wideband military comms
37.100 MHz FM - Military FM comms - range control
37.120 MHz FM - Data link, SCADA bursts - US system
37.125 MHz FM - Encrypted wideband military comms
37.375 MHz FM - FSK / MFSK "chirp" data bursts, reminds me of 37.12 MHz SCADA
38.300 MHz FM - "Buzzer" data bursts
38.375 MHz FM - Multi frequency shift keying bursts, 1-2 seconds long
38.500 MHz FM - Nonstop digital signal, 25 kHz wide, reminds me of POCSAG signals
38.500 MHz FM - Military FM comms - range control
38.500 MHz FM - Military, US Mil medical net
38.525 MHz FM - Military FM comms, unknown langauge
38.700 MHz FM - Military FM comms, US Mil range control
38.725 MHz FM - Military FM comms, heavy fading
38.800 MHz FM - Military FM comms "coming up about..."
38.875 MHz FM - Military FM comms
38.975 MHz FM - Data bursts
38.975 MHz FM - Military FM comms mixing in on top of the data signal
39.075 MHz FM - Data - likely encrypted military comms
39.125 MHz FM - Data - likely encrypted military comms
39.200 MHz FM - Pager signals - very short bursts
39.225 MHz FM - Data, 20-22 kHz wide, UNID source
39.300 MHz FM - Military FM, short bursts
39.400 MHz FM - Data bursts, very busy
39.460 MHz FM - Radio checks - this is a US public safety nationwide mutual aid frequency LLAW1 with 156.7 Hz PL
39.500 MHz FM - FM carrier "chirping"
39.600 MHz FM - Data bursts, very strong
39.600 MHz FM - POCSAG paging signals, multiple digital signals on 39.6 MHz
39.625 MHz FM - Military FM comms, plus encrypted signals
39.750 MHz FM - Very strong data, likely encrypted military.  S9+20db
39.775 MHz FM - Military FM voice comms, weak
39.825 MHz FM - Digital, 20 kHz wide, basically non stop signals
39.850 MHz FM - Military FM voice comms "say again" "Bravo, Bravo" very active
39.900 MHz FM - Military FM voice comms and encrypted digital signals
39.925 MHz FM - FSK data bursts
40.000 MHz FM - Military FM voice comms, very wide FM deviation
40.000 MHz FM - Paging signals mixing in
40.100 MHz FM - Military FM voice comms, UNID language
40.150 MHz FM - Paging POCSAG Pager, very busy
40.150 MHz FM - Voice comms, land mobile radio, UNID language
40.300 MHz FM - Paging POCSAG Pager
40.325 MHz FM - "129" - military comms, very busy
40.400 MHz FM - Military FM radio chatter, sounds like US military
40.530 MHz FM - SNOTEL Data - nonstop data, S7 to S9 signal
40.600 MHz FM - Military FM comms, UNID language
40.600 MHz FM - Military FM comms - US military
40.650 MHz FM - Military FM comms, US military helicopters
40.652 MHz FM - FSK data signal
40.665 MHz FM - Data bursts, 40 MHz band
40.667 MHz FM - Data signals
40.670 MHz FM - SNOTEL data, weak but fading up slowly
40.675 MHz CW - CW beacon 8m band ham radio beacon
40.675 MHz FM - Military FM comms, Arabic language, strong signals
40.680 MHz FM - Data signals
40.685 MHz FM - FSK data bursts
40.692 MHz FM - Data signals
40.695 MHz FM - Weak FM audio signal - possibly church broadcast radio out of Italy
40.697 MHz FM - Data signals
40.700 MHz FM - FSK data bursts
40.700 MHz FM - LMR comms, unknown source
40.755 MHz FM - FSK data bursts, very busy
40.800 MHz FM - Military FM comms - UNID language, very busy
40.825 MHz FM - Military comms - secure mode / encrypted
41.000 MHz FM - Military FM comms, Arabic?
41.000 MHz FM - Military FM comms, 409Hz aircraft AC hum
41.075 MHz FM - Data bursts
41.075 MHz FM - Land mobile FM deviation, UNID language
41.100 MHz FM - “Inside area Bravo” - military comms
41.100 MHz FM - Military comms - secure mode / encrypted
41.300 MHz FM - Data bursts, MFSK - S9 signal strength
41.475 MHz FM - Military comms, IDF
41.500 MHz FM - S9 level military comms, very busy frequency - Hebrew?  IDF?
41.525 MHz FM - Strong FM voice, military
41.600 MHz FM - MFSK data bursts
41.6125 MHz FM - MFSK data bursts, very strong
41.650 MHz FM - Data bursts, with heavy QRM
41.650 MHz FM - FM voice mixing in with data
41.6625 MHz FM - MFSK data bursts
41.700 MHz FM - MFSK data bursts
41.700 MHz FM - FM voice mixing in with data
41.850 MHz FM - Multiple users on frequency at once
41.850 MHz FM - Military FM voice, Arabic?
41.900 MHz FM - Military FM - US range control
41.950 MHz FM - Military FM - US helos
41.975 MHz FM - Military comms - secure mode / encrypted digital
42.300 MHz FM - UNID military comms
42.350 MHz FM - FM carrier, land mobile radio (not military)
42.450 MHz FM - Russian comms, YL - taxi dispatcher?
42.700 MHz FM - MFSK data signals
42.725 MHz FM - Russian comms
42.960 MHz FM - US land mobile frequency, unmodulated signal for several seconds
43.000 MHz FM - Land mobile radio, didn't catch language
43.000 MHz FM - Military FM comms
43.040 MHz FM - US land mobile comms - itinerant frequency
43.100 MHz FM - Military FM comms, heard reference to “Zone 5-5”
43.200 MHz FM - FM voice signals underneath data
43.200 MHz FM - Paging signals - POCSAG
43.250 MHz FM - Multi-tone data bursts
43.250 MHz FM - Military FM type signal - unmodulated (no audio)
43.250 MHz FM - Military FM comms, similar to 43.45 MHz FM
43.280 MHz FM - US land mobile comms - concrete trucks
43.320 MHz FM - US land mobile comms, construction comms
43.375 MHz FM - Encrypted military comms signals
43.425 MHz FM - Weak FM voice - land mobile radio signal
43.450 MHz FM - Military FM comms, sounds like French
43.575 MHz FM - Data bursts, very active
43.700 MHz FM - UNID land mobile type signal, weak
43.825 MHz FM - “Fox Mike Discrete” - US military
44.040 MHz FM - US land mobile comms - dispatcher and trucks
44.275 MHz FM - Military FM comms - Arabic ?
44.500 MHz FM - Encrypted military comms signals
44.550 MHz FM - Encrypted military comms signals
44.580 MHz FM - Data bursts, weak
44.700 MHz FM - Data signals, several on top of each other
44.700 MHz FM - Pager signals - POCSAG paging
44.825 MHz FM - Data bursts
45.000 MHz FM - Encrypted military comms signals
45.100 MHz FM - Military FM signals, somebody keying mic for several seconds, no audio
45.225 MHz FM - Encrypted military comms signals
45.400 MHz FM - Military FM signals
45.750 MHz FM - Several data signals
45.800 MHz FM - Data bursts
45.825 MHz FM - Numerous data signals mixing together

« Last Edit: November 10, 2023, 1205 UTC by R4002 »
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