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Author Topic: 11 Meter Band DX Skip Propagation 27MHz Band Activity 30 May 2017  (Read 1710 times)

Offline R4002

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Tuned in at 1600 UTC:

25000 AM - WWV (S9 to S9+10 signal)
25695 AM - Spanish speaking YL taxi dispatch lady
25785 AM - Spanish speaking YL taxi dispatch lady
25860 USB - data signal
25835 AM - "come up and save some wire" (Southern accents)
25875 AM - Spanish speaking YL taxi dispatch lady with roger beep and noise toys
25925 AM - Spanish speaking YL taxi dispatch
26055 AM - Spanish language OMs talking (no usual YL taxi dispatcher heard)
26085 AM - "A week ago you end up gettin' her or somethin'....I dunno" "oh man" (active frequency, along with 26105)
26105 AM - "Did you go down there and see that piece of property?" "10-4" "oh, yeah, that's right..."
26115 AM - Spanish speaking OM with lots of echo (probably truckers)
26165 AM - US truckers
26375 AM - Spanish speaking traffic, likely truckers or taxi companies
26395 AM - Spanish language, busy with lots of fading
26530 LSB - Spanish language traffic, sometimes badly overmodulated
26575 AM - Mexican truckers (Spanish speaking)
26585 AM - Mexican calling channel - busy with some very strong signals heard
26595 AM - Spanish speaking traffic, Mexican truckers operating out of band
26635 AM - Spanish speaking, mention of Dominican Republic
26705 AM - The usual strong signals from Puerto Rico, Florida, etc heard here and on 26715
26735 AM - Truckers (one signal is off-frequency pretty bad, closer to 26732.5 or so)
26775 AM - Spanish, maybe truckers?  - later, US stations heard on this frequency
26805 AM - Southern US stations
26825 AM - "audio check check check" "delay...delay...delay...." "ha! ha! ha!" (lots of echo/reverb)
26845 AM - Truckers talking about company-related business (Midwestern accents) with heavy fading
26885 AM - Similar to 26915 AM
26915 AM - Southern US stations working AM DX Skip
26945 AM - US stations, similar to 26915 AM

26965-27405 usual CB band activity

27415 AM - Spanish language, with minor QRM from 27420 LSB
27420 LSB - US stations, various accents
27425 LSB - US stations, calling CQ
27435 LSB - US stations, another common "high channel" frequency along with 27.425 LSB, 27.420 LSB, etc
27445 LSB - Midwestern accented OMs, sounded like a "local" net
27455 USB - Spanish Language, Latin American 11 meter calling frequency - some very very strong signals
27465 LSB - US Stations, "Bob", "347", "James Barnyard" and several others
27465 USB - Spanish Language, very strong
27475 USB - Spanish language
27485 LSB - "I guess nobody is around" [Southern accent]
27500 USB - Spanish language, common Caribbean frequency (along with 27510 LSB and 27515 LSB)
27515 AM - Spanish Language YL Taxi Dispatcher (often logged on this frequency, 27.515 AM indicates Latin American opening)
27535 USB - "001" and other numerical callsigns (Spanish language), often several stations talking at once, Puerto Rico mentioned
27540 USB - "10 Alpha Delta" heard
27555 USB - Stations calling CQ (in Spanish) several Latin American countries heard
27565 AM - Spanish speaking OMs, sounds like truckers
27600 USB - Spanish language
27615 AM - Truckers EE / English language
27620 USB - Southern US stations, numerical callsigns/handles, very professional "ham radio" sounding chatter
27635 AM - "by the time we get back, it'll be dried up" (truckers, southern accent, strong S7 signal)
27645 USB - Spanish language
27655 USB - Spanish language
27675 USB - Spanish language
27685 LSB - Mention of Mexico City, Los Angeles, Baja California and several other locations (two stations having a QSO)
27695 LSB - Spanish language "roundtable" or "ragchew" net, similar to traffic heard on 6900 kHz LSB (stations checking in, etc)
27700 LSB - Spanish language, stations from 27695 LSB (same callsigns/names and signal strengths)
27715 LSB - Spanish language, similar to other traffic heard in the 27.6-27.8 MHz region (and the 6.9 MHz region...)
27725 LSB - Spanish language - S9+30 very powerful signals several stations in a "net-like" traffic pattern
27775 LSB - Spanish language
27775 USB - Spanish language (does not seem to be the same group heard earlier on 27775 LSB)
27785 AM - Truckers - English language (barely...)
27805 AM - Spanish speaking OMs, likely truckers or taxis (not radio hobbyists)
27890 USB - Data signal (FSK, often heard during band openings, previously also heard on 27650 kHz / 27.650 MHz)
27955 AM - Spanish language, possibly taxi dispatcher
« Last Edit: May 31, 2017, 1759 UTC by R4002 »
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