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Author Topic: 11 meter DX Logs 21 Febuary 2016 2000 UTC +  (Read 1457 times)

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11 meter DX Logs 21 Febuary 2016 2000 UTC +
« on: February 21, 2016, 2032 UTC »
Sunday afternoon activity on 11 meters.

26555 LSB - Spanish language, the usual activity on this frequency
26615 AM - Spanish language
26715 AM - Spanish language, not nearly as strong as usual today
26725 AM - Spanish language, taxi senorita talking at noise floor
26805 AM - English language, OMs talking (probably truckers/hunters)
26915 AM - English language, southern US AM DX freeband calling "skip" channel "915" or "36 low"
26945 AM - Spanish language, just above noise floor.  
26955 AM - AM voice traffic heard, with roger beeps.  Unknown language
26965 AM - CB Channel 1 - Spanish language, with roger beeps.  Heavy fading
26975 AM - CB Channel 2 - English language, at noise floor.  Spanish voices coming in as well with echo/reverb
26985 AM - CB Channel 3 - Spanish language, noisy
26995 AM - R/C Channel CB Channel 3A - FM carrier heard (S-5 signal level).  AM voice underneath, Spanish YL, probably taxis
27015 AM - CB Channel 5 - Spanish language (this is a common high-power AM channel, similar to 27025, 26715, etc)
27025 AM - CB Channel 6 - The Superbowl.  Surprisingly low amount of traffic on this frequency today
27035 AM - CB Channel 7 - Similar to 27015.  Basically one big graveyard of dozens of signals at or just above noise level
27115 AM - CB Channel 13 - Truckers, English language (with some overmodulation noted)
27125 AM - CB Channel 14 - English language, southern accents (this is a common AM chat frequency)
27185 AM - CB Channel 19 - Trucker Channel/Road Channel.  S-3 to S-5 level noise/mess.  Unable to hear any single station but frequency is busy
27205 AM - CB Channel 20 - Spanish speaking OM heard, with roger beeps
27215 AM - CB Channel 21 - Somebody doing radio checks.
27225 AM - CB Channel 22 - English language, strong signals.  "Mr. Moses" and "Marlboro" handles/callsigns heard with some awful overmodulation
27245 AM - CB Channel 25 - Spanish language taxicab
27265 AM - CB Channel 26 - US AM CB Calling/DX/Shootout Channel (similar to channels 6, 11, 17, etc).  Strong US stations heard
27275 AM - CB Channel 27 - Spanish language traffic down at noise level.  YL heard reading numbers with roger beep
27285 AM - CB Channel 28 - Similar to CH 26 - 27265.  Several strong (S-9+) signals heard, all English language
27305 AM - CB Channel 30 - Spanish language OM talking to a YL (with roger beep).  Heavy fading
27335 AM - CB Channel 33 - Spanish-speaking OMs heard, lots of beeps and feedback/echo heard
27345 AM - CB Channel 34 - English language, Florida mentioned.  Fading
27375 AM - CB Channel 37 - Spanish and English speaking stations heard, lots of QRM on this freq
27385 AM - CB Channel 38 - Spanish-language stations using AM on SSB calling frequency
27385 LSB - CB Channel 38 LSB - US Domestic SSB Calling frequency.  US stations working through heavy AM QRM
27395 AM - CB Channel 39 - Spanish language stations with SSB QRM from 27395 LSB
27395 LSB - CB Channel 39 LSB - US Domestic stations working through AM QRM
27405 AM - CB Channel 40 - YL taxi dispatcher talking to OM taxi drivers.  YL reading numbers, OMs replying to her.  Some fading
27425 LSB - English language
27425 AM - Spanish language taxi dispatch
27445 LSB - English language, strong
27450 USB - Spanish language, strong, with adjacent-channel QRM at times
27455 USB - Spanish language - Latin American SSB DX freeband calling channel (similar to 26555 LSB)
27485 USB - Spanish language, OM reading numerical callsigns.  Working another (weaker) station.  Mexican accents
27490 LSB - English language, midwestern accents
27505 USB - Spanish language
27515 AM - Spanish language taxi dispatch (YL dispatcher "la senorita del taxi")
27555 USB - International Freeband Calling Frequency DX Windows "Triple 5".  QSO in progress (Spanish language)
27570 USB - Spanish language
27575 USB - Spanish language
27635 AM - Weak AM voice traffic heard here, unable to tell what language is being spoken
27655 LSB - "Hola la frecencia!" - Spanish speaking OMs having a QSO.  Nice, strong signals.
27665 USB - Spanish language, very strong
27695 LSB - Spanish language - this frequency, along with 27665 USB/LSB, are usually some of the more active ones
27695 USB - Spanish language
27735 AM - Weak traffic heard with roger beeps coming out of the noise, unknown language
27745 USB - Spanish language
27775 AM - Spanish language, truckers or taxis.  AM mode with roger beeps, etc (close to noise floor)
27785 USB - Spanish language, weak
« Last Edit: February 21, 2016, 2037 UTC by R4002 »
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