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Author Topic: 11 meter DX Logs 16 Febuary 2016 2200 UTC +  (Read 884 times)

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11 meter DX Logs 16 Febuary 2016 2200 UTC +
« on: February 16, 2016, 2224 UTC »
Later afternoon/evening logs:

25000 AM WWV sounding nice at 2212 UTC.

11m freeband logs.  Starting with just 25-26 MHz for now.  

25825 AM - Spanish language, music and noise toys in background
25865 AM - Spanish language, YL dispatcher reading numbers (likely a taxi dispatch company)
25950 FM - STL signal heard, right at noise level but fading in and out
26065 AM - Spanish language
26105 AM - Spanish language
26225 USB - Spanish language, this frequency is often logged during band openings
26235 USB - Spanish language.  "Lincoln High School" and "New Jersey" mentioned (in English)
26375 AM - Spanish language, several stations transmitting at once.  Several S9+ signals QRMing each other.  
26395 AM - Similar to 26375 AM
26475 LSB - Spanish language, OM complaining about his job, working conditions etc
26485 AM - Spanish language
26525 AM - Spanish language
26535 AM - Spanish language
26545 LSB - Spanish language, several stations transmitting at once.  Strong signals
26555 LSB - Spanish language.  Like 26225 USB, this frequency is often logged during band openings.  Calling frequency Latin America
26565 LSB - Spanish language
26575 AM - Spanish language.  Sounds like truckers with music, echo/reverb, noise toys etc
26585 AM - Very busy.  Mexican trucker/AM DX Calling Frequency.  Very busy with noise toys, QRM, roger beeps, everything
26595 AM - Similar to 26585 AM and 26575 AM
26605 AM - Spanish language.  More QRM, noise toys echo reverb (likely also truckers, etc)
26635 AM - Spanish language
26715 AM - Somebody playing with echo FX.  The usual super strong signals that occupy this freq and 26705/26725
26765 AM - Spanish language
---26965-27405 Legal 40 CB Channel Legal CB Band "Mid Band"---

27415 AM - Spanish language.  Sounds like a taxi dispatcher with roger beep
27425 LSB - English language
27430 USB - Spanish language
27435 USB - Spanish language, with AM het in the background.  Likely a weak AM signal on this frequency
27440 LSB - English language
27445 LSB - English language, operators discussing selling radio equipment, amplifiers, etc
27455 USB - Latin American SSB Calling Channel.  El Salvador, Cuba, Mexico, several other countries heard.  Very busy frequency
27465 USB - Spanish language
27470 USB - English language
27475 USB - Spanish language
27505 LSB - Spanish language, strong signals
27510 USB - Spanish language
27535 USB - Spanish language, with roger beeps, S9++ busy
27545 USB - 3AT140 Brazil calling CQ DX requesting QSY for receiving stations
27555 USB - International SSB Calling Channel.  Busy, mostly Spanish language
27560 USB - Spanish language, another station calling "CQ Pacific and listening, over"
27570 USB - Spanish language, weak
27575 USB - Spanish language
27625 LSB - Spanish language, getting obliterated by strong OTH Radar signals
27635 AM - English language - truckers talking about paperwork and cash
27640 USB - Spanish language
27645 USB - Spanish language, strong signals
27655 USB - Spanish language with echo/reverb
27665 USB - Spanish language, another commonly logged frequency
27675 USB - Spanish language
27690 LSB - Spanish language
27695 LSB - Spanish language
27760 USB - Brazilian station working unreadable station
27795 USB - Spanish language
27805 USB - Spanish language, Venezuela mentioned
27845 AM - Spanish language, weak
27855 USB - Spanish language, music and OMs talking
27915 AM - English language, likely truckers
27935 AM - "I can see them up here now", probably also truckers
« Last Edit: February 16, 2016, 2239 UTC by R4002 »
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