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Author Topic: 11 meter DX Logs 15 November 2015 1600 UTC +  (Read 1488 times)

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11 meter DX Logs 15 November 2015 1600 UTC +
« on: November 15, 2015, 1633 UTC »
SS - Spanish language.  EE - English language.  Other languages noted.

25000 AM - WWV - S8-S9 signal
25750 AM/FM (???) - carrier heard
25805 AM - SS
25835 AM - EE, possibly truckers (this is Channel 19 "down 3 bands")
25970 FM - Carrier, no audio heard
26225 USB - SS, Dominican Republic and Mexico heard
26485 AM - SS
26555 LSB - SS
26575 AM - SS
26585 AM - SS, OM and YL operators heard
26605 AM - SS, heavy fading, music and roger beeps
26705 AM - SS - Puerto Rico (the usual strong signals for this frequency and 26715
26715 AM - SS, similar to 26705 AM
26855 AM - EE, mobile stations, possibly truckers or hunters
26905 AM - SS, OM and YL dispatcher - likely taxi dispatch (has been heard on this freq before)
26915 AM - EE, Southern USA
26955 AM - EE - "Big Radio 549 Texas" discussing audio quality with another station in South Texas
27025 AM - The Superbowl, usual strong overmodulated signals [CB channel 6]
27065 AM - SS, Puerto Rico.  Latin American AM Calling Frequency [CB channel 9]
27085 AM - EE - US AM Calling Frequency [CB channel 11]
27145 FM - Data Bursts.  Sounds better in FM.  Not a legal CB channel, but referred to as "CB channel 15A"
27185 AM - EE truckers, S5-S9 noise level, several conversations going at once [CB channel 19]
27305 AM - SS, with beeps and other weird sound effects [CB channel 30]
27355 AM - SS [CB channel 35]
27385 LSB - North American SSB Calling Frequency [CB channel 38], with AM carrier QRM in the background
27405 AM - SS, YL - possibly taxi (if it is - this is a terrible frequency choice) [CB channel 40]
27425 LSB - EE, US stations working DX
27435 USB - SS, very strong signals
27455 USB - Latin American 11 Meter Calling Frequency.  Several stations heard, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Dominican Republic
27510 USB - SS
27515 AM - SS Taxicab Dispatcher
27545 USB - French langauge
27555 USB - International 11 Meter Calling Frequency, hearing France, UK, Ireland, Germany, others calling
27640 USB - UK station working unknown station
27675 USB - SS
27690 LSB - SS
27700 USB - SSTV (weak, but there)
27705 LSB - SS
27705 USB - SS
27705 AM - SS, possibly taxi dispatch (QRMing, and being QRMed by, 27700 USB and 27705 USB/LSB)
27725 USB - SS "Hola! Hola! Hola!" with roger beep and OTH Radar QRM

Starting at 2100 UTC:

26135 AM - SS
26385 AM - SS, strong signals.  Mexican accents.  California mentioned
26555 LSB - SS
26570 LSB - SS
26575 AM - SS
26585 AM - SS, not nearly as busy as it was earlier today
26615 AM - SS, with roger beeps/noise toys
26825 AM - SS, YL speaking roger beeps heard.  Likely a taxicab dispatcher
27475 USB - SS
27485 USB - SS, very strong signals
27490 LSB - EE
27495 USB - SS
27605 USB - SS
27665 USB - SS
27745 LSB - SS
27775 AM - SS, weak
27845 AM - SS Taxi Dispatch (presumed)
27875 AM - SS
« Last Edit: February 14, 2016, 2114 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