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Author Topic: VHF Low Band DX Logs (Via UK Based SDR) 9 November 2023  (Read 329 times)

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VHF Low Band DX Logs (Via UK Based SDR) 9 November 2023
« on: November 09, 2023, 1557 UTC »
G8JNJ SDR - another band opening.  Started at 29.7 MHz working my way up, even though 25-30 MHz is going absolutely insane.


29.700 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter, sporadic, 10-15 kHz wide FM signals at points
29.710 MHz FM - US land mobile radio (LMR) business radio comms, sounds like construction
29.725 MHz FM - Strong FM signal, no modulation
29.730 MHz FM - "what?" "146..." (maybe an address?) US LMR business radio
29.740 MHz FM - FSK signal, Datawell Waverider wave data buoy 25.5 MHz - 35.5 MHz
29.750 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter, some OTH Radar QRM
29.760 MHz FM - FSK signal
29.775 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio comms, fair to good signals
29.795 MHz FM - Russian taxi cab dispatch lady, Russian LMR land mobile radio 29.7950 MHz FM
29.800 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio comms fishing fleet radio chatter
29.800 MHz FM - Paging pager POCSAG signals
29.825 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio comms
29.855 MHz FM - Russian YL taxi cab dispatch
29.875 MHz FM - Fishing fleets - Asian fishery chatter, very busy, 10-14 kHz wide FM signals, very strong
29.900 MHz FM - Paging pager POCSAG signals, often nonstop
29.915 MHz FM - Russian taxi cab - LMR dispatch YL female taxi dispatcher
29.975 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio comms, fishing fleets (heavy fading)
29.985 MHz FM - Weak two-way FM comms, sounds like Russian, likely taxi cab LMR other business comms 29.985MHz FM
30.000 MHz FM - FM carrier
30.020 MHz FM - Pager CW ID Hospital Paging 30.02 MHz
30.050 MHz FM - Military, unable to make positive ID
30.100 MHz FM - US military "7 1 3" "copy"
30.100 MHz FM - UNID mil comms, not US military, slightly wider FM deviation
30.125 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio comms, fishing fleet chatter 30.1250 MHz FM CSQ
30.150 MHz FM - US military  "One Five Niner", long numeric transmissions, possibly targeting training
30.155 MHz FM - MFSK data signal, somewhat unique signal unique to this frequency 30.155MHz
30.220 MHz FM - FM signal modulated with Morse code CW ID, probably pager out of Canada hospital paging 30.22 MHz
30.225 MHz FM - US military, possibly range control
30.250 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter, very dramatic fades
30.300 MHz FM - Encrypted military comms - wideband encrypted voice secure voice X-mode
30.300 MHz FM - Data bursts, "chirpy" - possibly fax bursts, could be fishing fleet fishery related
30.350 MHz FM Asian Fishery Radio Chatter 30.350 MHz FM [CSQ]
30.500 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter, fishing fleet radio comms network
30.500 MHz FM - Arabic language comms
30.500 MHz FM - Several signals mixing together
30.500 MHz AM - Broadcast harmonic - likely SWBC, very dramatic fades
30.515 MHz AM - Broadcast harmonic, also likely SWBC
30.525 MHz FM - Data bursts, probably fishery radio network related
30.575 MHz FM Asian Fishery Radio Chatter 30.5750 MHz FM [CSQ]
30.600 MHz FM Asian Fishery Radio Chatter 30.6000 MHz FM [CSQ]
30.625 MHz FM Asian Fishery Radio Chatter 30.6250 MHz FM [CSQ]
30.640 MHz FM - US LMR business radio, construction contractor?
30.725 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio network, popular frequency
30.750 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter, fishing boat radio comms
30.775 MHz FM Asian Fishery Radio Chatter 30.7750 MHz FM [CSQ]
30.800 MHz FM - US LMR business land mobile radio
30.800 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing fleet comms
30.875 MHz FM Asian Fishery Radio Chatter 30.8750 MHz FM [CSQ]
30.900 MHz FM - Pager POCSAG paging signals
31.000 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter fishing trawler comms
31.025 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio comms 31025 FM
31.050 MHz FM - Military comms 31.05 FM
31.075 MHz FM Asian Fishery Radio Chatter 31.0750 MHz FM [CSQ]
31.100 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter, fishing fleet radio comms network
31.150 MHz FM - Pager POCSAG Greek paging network Greece very strong
31.200 MHz FM - US LMR business "lawn cover..."
31.200 MHz FM - Taxi cab dispatch, YL dispatcher Spanish language, possibly Costa Rica 203.5 Hz tone
31.200 MHz FM Asian Fishery Radio Chatter 31.2000 MHz FM [CSQ]
31.225 MHz FM - Data bursts, every 5-6 seconds
31.320 MHz FM - Pager POCSAG paging, heavy QRM from 31.325 MHz data
31.325 MHz FM - Polytone data - French EPAR traffic signal control network - France
31.360 MHz FM - US LMR business radio comms
31.400 MHz FM - Encrypted military comms - wideband encrypted voice secure voice X-mode
31.440 MHz FM - US LMR business radio - bus or taxi dispatcher
31.450 MHz FM - Data bursts, possible fax system - could be fisheries radio
31.450 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter, fishing fleet comms 31.4500 MHz FM CSQ
31.540 MHz FM - OTH Radar, 20 kHz bandwidth
31.575 MHz FM - Encrypted military comms - wideband encrypted voice secure voice X-mode
31.600 MHz FM - US LMR business radio, bus dispatcher
31.600 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio comms - fishing boat chatter
31.620 MHz FM - US LMR business radio
31.650 MHz FM - Encrypted military comms - wideband encrypted voice secure voice X-mode
31.725 MHz FM - Paging signals - POCSAG - UK hospital pagers
31.750 MHz FM - Paging signals - POCSAG - UK hospital pagers
31.760 MHz FM - US LMR business radio - possibly taxi or tow service dispatch
31.775 MHz FM - Paging signals - POCSAG - UK hospital pagers
31.960 MHz FM - US LMR very strong
32.000 MHz FM - Encrypted military comms - wideband encrypted voice secure voice X-mode
32.175 MHz FM - Encrypted military comms - wideband encrypted voice secure voice X-mode
32.180 MHz FM - Costa Rica taxi cab - Costa Rican LMR business taxi dispatcher 77.0 Hz 141.3 Hz
32.325 MHz FM - Weak military comms, wideband FM signal
32.650 MHz FM - Military FM comms - US military "bring some things" - wide FM deviation
32.725 MHz FM - Military FM comms "2 Romeo"
32.750 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio comms fishing fleet chatter 32.7500 MHz FM
32.900 MHz FM - Paging signal - POCSAG pager
33.000 MHz FM - Fax bursts - Japan - fishing fleet broadcast
33.040 MHz FM - US LMR business or public safety radio
33.075 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio fishing fleet comms chatter
33.175 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter, fishing fleet radio comms
33.225 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter, fishing fleet radio comms network
33.375 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter, fishing fleet radio comms network
33.425 MHz FM - Asian fishery radio chatter, fishing fleet radio comms
33.440 MHz FM - US LMR - "Rockville" "Clear"
33.560 MHz FM - US LMR - Fire / rescue dispatch with tone out
33.580 MHz FM - US LMR - Fire / rescue dispatch, Northeast US accents, very good signals
33.620 MHz FM - US LMR - Fire / rescue dispatch and comms
33.650 MHz FM - Data bursts, possibly fax - Asian fishing radio networks
33.660 MHz FM - US LMR - Fire / rescue dispatch and comms
33.680 MHz FM - US LMR - Fire / rescue dispatch and comms
33.740 MHz FM - US LMR - Fire / rescue dispatch/comms
33.750 MHz FM - Data bursts, possibly fax - Asian fishing radio networks
33.775 MHz FM - Data bursts - fax system - Japan ? Asian fishery radio
33.780 MHz FM - US LMR - Fire / rescue comms, also radio checks "26, Rescue 1 responding, 1054"
33.820 MHz FM - US LMR - Fire / rescue comms
33.850 MHz FM - Data bursts, possibly fax - Asian fishing radio networks
33.880 MHz FM - US LMR - Fire / rescue dispatch with tone out, YL dispatcher
33.880 MHz FM - US LMR - Fire / rescue dispatcher, much weaker (underneath strong 33.88 MHz signal)
33.900 MHz FM - Data bursts, possibly fax - Asian fishing radio networks
33.925 MHz FM - Data bursts, possibly fax - Asian fishing radio networks
33.950 MHz FM - Data bursts, possibly fax - Asian fishing radio networks
33.960 MHz FM - US LMR - Fire / rescue dispatch and mobiles responding 
« Last Edit: November 10, 2023, 1213 UTC by R4002 »
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