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Author Topic: 11 meter DX Logs 6 Febuary 2016 1400 UTC +  (Read 816 times)

Offline R4002

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11 meter DX Logs 6 Febuary 2016 1400 UTC +
« on: February 06, 2016, 1447 UTC »
11 meters is waking up this morning.  27385 LSB is nice and busy.  Most "outbander" or "freebander" traffic appeared to be from Latin America.  No sign of our taxi dispatcher friends on 27805 AM or 27815 AM.  26635, 26905 and 27515 were readable though.  Same YL dispatchers.

Here's some quick logs:

26520 AM - Some sort of strong carrier here.  Haven't seen this before
26555 LSB - Latin American SSB "Lowband" Calling Frequency - not as active as 26585 AM or 27455 USB but I hear traffic at noise level
26575 AM - Spanish language, Mexican accents
26585 AM - Latin American AM Calling Frequency - very active
26595 AM - Spanish language OMs talking (at noise level)
26615 AM - Spanish speaking OMs in QSO, S5 signal
26635 AM - YL Spanish speaker (solid S9 signal) talking to weaker OMs, "Los Angeles" and various numbers mentioned.  Likely a taxicab dispatcher
26715 AM - Spanish language
26735 AM - Station IDing as "4-3" working another station, very strong S9++ bleeding over several channels up and down
26750 OTH Radar Bursts
26775 AM - English language, Southern US accents, weak
26815 AM - Weak AM signals heard, unknown language.   Possibly US stations considering frequency.
26845 AM - "La Antenna"
26905 AM - Spanish language - YL taxi dispatcher
26915 AM - English language, Southern US accents, at noise level
26945 AM - Spanish language - YL taxi dispatcher with roger beep.  Reading numbers, weak
26955 AM - Spanish language - YL taxi dispatcher, hearing the taxis shes talking down at noise level (with various roger beeps)
27425 AM - Spanish speaking OM with roger beep, Puerto Rico mentioned.  Fading, S4 at peaks, down to noise level
27445 AM - Spanish language - YL taxi dispatcher
27455 USB - Latin American SSB "Highband" Calling Frequency - very active
27475 USB - Spanish language
27490 USB - Spanish language
27495 USB - Spanish language
27515 AM  - Spanish language - YL taxi dispatcher, with SSB QRM underneath her
27535 USB - Spanish language, peaking to S9+30.  "Alpha November Uniform Echo Lima" said in broken English
27540 USB - Spanish language.  Sounds like two stations having QSO.  One is at noise floor, the other a solid S5
27555 USB - International 11m Calling Freq - Stations calling CQ in Spanish language, heard Mexico, Aruba and Venezuela mentioned, various alphanumeric callsigns heard, requesting stations QSY for contact
27625 USB - Spanish language, weak
27635 USB - OTH Radar, preceded by three loud beeps.
27640 USB - Spanish language, at noise level
27675 USB - "Hola! Hola! Hola!", other Spanish language QSOs down at noise level
27695 LSB - Spanish language
27775 USB - Unknown language at noise level, possibly Portuguese
27785 AM  - Spanish language - YL taxi dispatcher with roger beep.  Reading numbers with some fading

« Last Edit: February 14, 2016, 2112 UTC by R4002 »
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