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11 meter DX Logs 17 Febuary 2016 1800 UTC +
« on: February 17, 2016, 1832 UTC »
Band waking up this afternoon.  

26555 LSB - Spanish language, VERY strong signals.  Many reaching S9+40db at peaks
26565 AM - Spanish language
26575 AM - Spanish language, Mexican trucker frequency
26585 AM - Spanish language, busy
26595 AM - Similar to 26575 and 26585
26615 AM - Spanish speaking OM with roger beeeeeeeeeeeep
26655 AM - Spanish language, California and Mexico mentioned
26665 AM - Spanish language
26685 AM - Spanish language
26695 AM - Spanish language
26705 AM - Strong signals, likely from PR
26725 AM - YL Taxicab Dispatcher, Spanish language
26735 AM - Spanish language, heavy QRM
26775 AM - English language, southern US accents, echo fx
26795 AM - YL Taxicab Dispatcher, Spanish language
26805 AM - Spanish language, fading
26855 AM - Spanish language
26905 AM - YL Taxicab Dispatcher, Spanish language
26915 AM - Southern US AM Low Band Freeband Calling Channel "915"
26925 AM - English language, US stations, truckers, etc.  
26945 AM - YL Taxicab Dispatcher, Spanish language
26955 AM - English language, loud audio stations

26965-27405 - US FCC Legal CB Band.  Stations heard on every channel.  SSB heard on 27365, 27385 and 27395 (all LSB)
Very strong pager/data bursts/telemetry heard on 27255 (CB Channel 23).  27185 (CB Channel 19) is so busy, the noise floor is S9!

27415 LSB - English language, US stations
27425 AM - Spanish language, with SSB underneath
27430 USB - Spanish language
27435 LSB - English language, strong
27445 LSB - English language
27455 USB - Spanish language - calling frequency
27470 USB - Spanish language, Mexican accent.  S9+20db strong signal
27475 USB - Spanish language
27485 LSB - English language
27485 USB - Spanish language
27505 LSB - English language, with accent (maybe Caribbean?)
27515 LSB - Caribbean calling frequency.  Active with stations English/Spanish
27540 USB - Spanish language
27555 USB - International Calling Frequency.  
27575 AM - English language, probably truckers
27580 USB - Spanish language, weak
27590 USB - English language, southern accents
27595 USB - Spanish language
27605 AM - Spanish speaking OMs talking.  Likely truckers.  S9 signal with some fading
27635 AM - English language, likely truckers
27645 USB - Spanish language
27665 USB - Spanish language
27675 USB - Spanish language
27690 USB - Spanish language
27700 USB - SSTV (weak)
27705 AM - Spanish language
27725 USB - Spanish language

« Last Edit: February 17, 2016, 1840 UTC by R4002 »
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Re: 11 meter DX Logs 17 Febuary 2016 1800 UTC +
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2016, 2007 UTC »
Band waking up this afternoon.  

26555 LSB - Spanish language, VERY strong signals.  Many reaching S9+40db at peaks
26565 AM - Spanish language
26575 AM - Spanish language, Mexican trucker frequency
26585 AM - Spanish language, busy
26595 AM - Similar to 26575 and 26585
26615 AM - Spanish speaking OM with roger beeeeeeeeeeeep
26655 AM - Spanish language, California and Mexico mentioned
26665 AM - Spanish language
26685 AM - Spanish language
26695 AM - Spanish language
26705 AM - Strong signals, likely from PR
26725 AM - YL Taxicab Dispatcher, Spanish language
26735 AM - Spanish language, heavy QRM
26775 AM - English language, southern US accents, echo fx
26795 AM - YL Taxicab Dispatcher, Spanish language
26805 AM - Spanish language, fading
26855 AM - Spanish language
26905 AM - YL Taxicab Dispatcher, Spanish language
26915 AM - Southern US AM Low Band Freeband Calling Channel "915"
26925 AM - English language, US stations, truckers, etc.  
26945 AM - YL Taxicab Dispatcher, Spanish language
26955 AM - English language, loud audio stations

26965-27405 - US FCC Legal CB Band.  Stations heard on every channel.  SSB heard on 27365, 27385 and 27395 (all LSB)
Very strong pager/data bursts/telemetry heard on 27255 (CB Channel 23).  27185 (CB Channel 19) is so busy, the noise floor is S9!

27415 LSB - English language, US stations
27425 AM - Spanish language, with SSB underneath
27430 USB - Spanish language
27435 LSB - English language, strong
27445 LSB - English language
27455 USB - Spanish language - calling frequency
27470 USB - Spanish language, Mexican accent.  S9+20db strong signal
27475 USB - Spanish language
27485 LSB - English language
27485 USB - Spanish language
27505 LSB - English language, with accent (maybe Caribbean?)
27515 LSB - Caribbean calling frequency.  Active with stations English/Spanish
27540 USB - Spanish language
27555 USB - International Calling Frequency.  
27575 AM - English language, probably truckers
27580 USB - Spanish language, weak
27590 USB - English language, southern accents
27595 USB - Spanish language
27605 AM - Spanish speaking OMs talking.  Likely truckers.  S9 signal with some fading
27635 AM - English language, likely truckers
27645 USB - Spanish language
27665 USB - Spanish language
27675 USB - Spanish language
27690 USB - Spanish language
27700 USB - SSTV (weak)
27705 AM - Spanish language
27725 USB - Spanish language


thanks !
you are inspiring me to install an Antron vertical antenna on my chimney !

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Re: 11 meter DX Logs 17 Febuary 2016 1800 UTC +
« Reply #2 on: February 17, 2016, 2342 UTC »
Awesome.  The band has been open to some degree or another every afternoon for the past few days.  Most of the openings seem to be from Latin America but I do hear a European station in there from time to time.

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Re: 11 meter DX Logs 17 Febuary 2016 1800 UTC +
« Reply #3 on: February 18, 2016, 0645 UTC »
Awesome.  The band has been open to some degree or another every afternoon for the past few days.  Most of the openings seem to be from Latin America but I do hear a European station in there from time to time.



Agreed..

I run a homebrew 1/4 wave ground plan on the roof (102" whip, ~102" wire radials x4) and talked to 10 division (Mexico), 9 division (Canada), and all over the USA. I also heard 34, 194, and a few others in there as well...

Get some wire in the air and get talkin'!

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