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Author Topic: 11 meter DX Logs 2 January 2015 1500 UTC +  (Read 892 times)

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11 meter DX Logs 2 January 2015 1500 UTC +
« on: January 02, 2016, 1534 UTC »
Plan on updating this throughout the day:


26465 AM - Spanish language QSOs, heavy fading
26555 LSB - Spanish language station calling CQ
26575 AM - Similar to 26585 AM
26585 AM - Loud signals from Mexico, with music (I hear the intro to "Better Off Alone") under this guy's voice
26705 AM - Spanish language, likely Puerto Rico/southern Florida
26725 AM - YL Taxicab dispatcher - Spanish language with various roger beeps
26805 AM - Music, roger beeps (I've heard similar on this freq before)
26905 AM - YL Taxicab dispatcher - Spanish language
27455 USB - Latin American DX Calling Frequency.  Stations from California, Venezuela and Mexico heard talking
27560 USB - Ops discussing working stations in Mexico and Europe, weak (English language, European accent...14SD141 callsign)
27815 AM - YL Taxicab dispatch - Spanish language with single roger beep

More logs:

26525 AM - S9+30 very strong signals, Mexican Spanish language
26575 AM - Spanish language
26635 AM - Spanish language, with roger beeps
26715 AM - This frequency is basically the same as Channel 6 - 27025 AM.  Operators yelling over each other, splattering several channels up and down
26915 AM - "King Crab waving a hand" - several other Southern US stations heard
26945 AM - Truckers, English language
27425 AM - YL Taxicab dispatcher - Spanish language, on top of 27425 USB
27425 USB - Spanish language, getting obliterated by dispatcher on 27425 AM
27455 USB - Latin American DX Calling Frequency.  Very active
27460 USB - Spanish language
27465 LSB - English language, southern accents, with heavy QRM from 27460 USB
27470 LSB - English language
27480 USB - Spanish language QSO, very strong signals and quality audio.  Stations discussing working DX
27505 USB - Spanish language
27515 AM - YL Taxicab dispatcher - Spanish language
27525 USB - Spanish language
27555 USB - Stations calling CQ, heard operator from Aruba calling
27625 USB - Weak
27665 USB - Usual activity on this frequency
27695 LSB - Spanish language, S9 to S9+30
27695 USB - Spanish language, with QRM from 27700
27700 USB - SSTV, various signals.
« Last Edit: February 14, 2016, 2113 UTC by R4002 »
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