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Author Topic: 11 meter DX Logs 6 March 2016 2000 UTC +  (Read 1004 times)

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11 meter DX Logs 6 March 2016 2000 UTC +
« on: March 06, 2016, 2135 UTC »
Logs:


25675 AM - Spanish language
25765 AM - Spanish language (weak) - maybe a taxi dispatcher (roger beeps heard)
25910 FM - STL, fading up and down but music and talk can be heard.
25950 FM - STL, just barely above the noise floor
25965 AM - Spanish language
26105 AM - Spanish language, getting obliterated by OTH Radar
26215 USB - Spanish language
26225 USB - Spanish language
26240 USB - Spanish language
26255 AM - Spanish language
26265 USB - Spanish language, strong signals
26375 AM - Spanish language, very busy with QRM and roger beeps, music, lots of stations on top of each other
26385 LSB - Spanish language, weak with AM het QRM underneath
26385 AM - "Control Milagro" heard (Spanish language)
26405 AM - Spanish language, similar to 26375 AM
26435 AM - Spanish language with roger beeps
26465 AM - Spanish language, heavy fading
26475 LSB - Spanish language, lots of QRM and hets, messy
26475 AM - Spanish language, getting QRMed by the LSB QSO on the same frequency
26515 AM - Spanish language with roger beep/noise toys/music
26535 AM - Music and OMs talking to each other.  Very messy (Spanish language)
26540 LSB - Spanish language
26555 LSB - Spanish language, very busy with S9+ strong signals [Latin American SSB Calling Frequency, see also 27455 USB]
26565 AM - Spanish language, with heavy QRM from 26570 LSB
26570 LSB - Spanish language, very strong signals
26575 AM - Spanish language with roger beeps (and QRM from strong signals on 26570 LSB)
26585 AM - Very busy [Mexican/Latin American Calling/Trucker Channel] - lots of music, etc heard
26595 AM - Spanish language, busy
26615 AM - Spanish language, Puerto Rico mentioned.  Lots of QRM
26625 AM - Spanish language
26655 AM - Spanish language
26665 AM - Music with Spanish-speaking OMs QRMing station playing music (S9+30 level music carrier)
26675 AM - Spanish language, YL heard talking to OMs with roger beep.  Possibly a taxi dispatcher
26705 AM - Spanish language VERY LOUD signals, with bleedover from 26715
26715 AM - Similar to 26705 AM.  Puerto Rico's version of 27025.  Loud, overmodulated signals
26725 AM - Same as 26705 AM and 26715 AM.  Somebody yelling HOLA! HOLA! HOLA! over and over.  S9+30 overmodulated
26735 AM - Spanish language, with severe QRM/bleedover from 26715 and 26725
26755 AM - Spanish language (still hearing the peaks of the audio from 26725...)
26815 AM - AM carriers here, roger beeps heard, sounds like a YL dispatcher (heavy QRM)
26825 AM - Spanish language
26885 AM - Truckers (English language) with roger beeps.
26895 AM - "That's all folks!" two OMs having a QSO (English language)
26905 AM - Spanish language - YL taxicab dispatcher with roger beep
26915 AM - Woodchopper, Popeye, 119 in the Grass, several other US stations heard here.  Strong loud signals
26925 AM - English language, likely stations QSYed from 26915 AM
26955 AM - Truckers, heavy fading
--begin legal US 40 channel CB band 26965-27405--
Signals heard on every channel...
--end legal US 40 channel CB band 26965-27405--
27415 AM - Spanish language
27415 LSB - US operators talking about older style CB radios with Digiscan frequency expander
27420 LSB - English language
27425 LSB - English language, strong
27425 USB - Spanish language
27435 USB - Spanish language
27445 LSB - English language, Southern accents
27450 LSB - English language
27455 USB - Spanish language [Calling Frequency]
27465 USB - Somebody whistling into their mic
27475 USB - Spanish language
27480 LSB - English language, with QRM
27480 USB - Spanish language, very strong and overmodulated (making it hard to tune them in)
27485 USB - Spanish language
27490 USB - Spanish language, with het in background
27505 USB - Spanish language, with OTH Radar QRM
27515 LSB - English language, Jamaican stations.  VERY strong
27525 USB - Spanish language, very strong.  "Sugar Delta" and "Miami" mentioned. 
27535 AM - Spanish language, fading, with SSB heard down in the noise
27540 USB - Spanish language
27550 USB - Modulated CW heard
27555 USB - Station calling CQ requesting QSY to 27547 for contact.  Lots of other stations heard on this freq
27565 USB - Spanish language, weak
27575 AM - Spanish language
27585 USB - Spanish language (one of the stations seems off-frequency, maybe closer to 27583.5 kHz)
27590 USB - "Sierra Alpha Delta" heard
27615 USB - Spanish language, lots of stations transmitting at once
27620 USB - Spanish language
27640 USB - 9AT193 working 10AT092, very strong signals
27660 USB - Spanish language
27665 USB - Spanish language
27670 USB - Spanish language
27695 LSB - Spanish language
27715 LSB - Spanish language, with some sort of data/digital carrier underneath
27720 LSB - Spanish language
27745 LSB - Spanish language, with AM het in the background (not readable in AM mode though)
27750 LSB - Spanish language (with heavy QRM from 27745 and 27755)
27755 LSB - Spanish language, strong signal with multi-tone roger beep
27765 LSB - Spanish language, weak
27775 USB - Spanish language
27825 AM - Spanish language, possibly a taxicab dispatcher
27855 LSB - Spanish language
27875 USB - Spanish language
27905 AM - Spanish language, heavy fading
28005 AM - Spanish language, CW heard underneath
28065 AM - AM het, messy
28075 AM - Some sort of polytone signal, has been going nonstop for 20-30 minutes now.  Maybe JT65?
28085 AM - Spanish language with roger beep
28175 AM - Spanish language
28225 AM - Spanish language
28305 AM - Spanish language
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers