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Author Topic: 27815 AM Spanish Language YL Dispatcher  (Read 1316 times)

Offline R4002

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27815 AM Spanish Language YL Dispatcher
« on: November 09, 2015, 1540 UTC »
This is a new catch for me.  Usually the taxicabs hang around the "lows" (25-26 range) as opposed to the higher parts of 11 meters closer to 28000.  I found this one while tuning around for UK FM activity.

27815 AM.  Signal is anywhere from an S4 (nearly the noise level at this location) to a loud and clear S9.  Hearing the female dispatcher only.
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Re: 27815 AM Spanish Language YL Dispatcher
« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2015, 1541 UTC »
I am hearing her as well on 27815.

SSTV on 27700 USB has been non stop this morning.
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Re: 27815 AM Spanish Language YL Dispatcher
« Reply #2 on: November 09, 2015, 1619 UTC »
Conditions seem to be evening out a bit.  I've been monitoring 27555 USB for the past 15-20 minutes and have heard France, England, Ireland, Mexico, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic calling as well I'm sure others that are down in the noise/hit by QRM. 

Flipped over to 27700 for a second and heard the tail end of a SSTV signal too!
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