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Author Topic: 26-30 MHz Paging Signals Logs Received G8JNJ SDR 13 June 2024  (Read 192 times)

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Start:  1700 UTC.

G8JNJ SDR - South West UK

Excellent 25-50 MHz receive performance.


26.200 MHz FM - Known pager network frequency, weak POCSAG, various bandwidths
26.220 MHz FM - Sporadic POCSAG bursts
26.350 MHz FM - Multiple paging networks active, with FM carrier idle signals (similar to 27450 and other freqs)
26.450 MHz FM - Narrowband data bursts, POCSAG and other paging signals
26.500 MHz FM - Wideband (12-14 kHz bandwidth) POCSAG bursts, infrequent
26.605 MHz FM - Paging signals, very active, narrowband POCSAG
26.695 MHz FM - Paging signals - often multiple signals on top of each other at once
26.745 MHz FM - Paging signals, very busy
26.750 MHz FM - POCSAG and other modes, sporadic, usually very narrowband
26.755 MHz FM - Sporadic POCSAG (narrow bandwidth) noted
26.785 MHz FM - Pager signals - narrowband POCSAG and other data bursts
26.815 MHz FM - Paging signals, frequent activity, narrowband and medium bandwidth POCSAG
26.900 MHz FM - Very active, numerous POCSAG bursts, various signal strengths, some pushing 30dB over S9
26.955 MHz FM - Data bursts, 4-5 kHz bandwidth, MFSK
27.195 MHz FM - Short duration bursts, RCRS 4 watt frequency
27.235 MHz FM - Packet radio signals - active - CB Radio Channel 24 - AX.25 packet radio on CB radio
27.245 MHz FM - Packet radio signals - very active CB CH25 AX.25 packet radio on CB 11m
27.425 MHz FM - Narrowband data bursts, sound like (very narrow) POCSAG
27.450 MHz FM - FM carrier "idle" (alarms, datalinks), POCSAG and other narrowband bursts, several carriers
27.470 MHz FM - Narrow bandwidth POCSAG (5-6 kHz bandwidth), severe QRM from 27.465 MHz AM
27.475 MHz FM - Narrowband POCSAG (similar to 27470)
27.505 MHz FM - Various paging signals, 8 kHz, 10-12 kHz bandwidth
27.510 MHz FM - POCSAG - narrow bandwidth
27.600 MHz FM - Weak POCSAG bursts, narrow bandwidth
27.845 MHz FM - Weak POCSAG paging signals, previously noted on this frequency
« Last Edit: June 13, 2024, 1737 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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