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Author Topic: UK Remote SDR - European Europe 26 MHz 27 MHz 11 Meter Logs 2 June 2017  (Read 866 times)

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26075 FM - Russian language - Russia taxi cab dispatcher
26165 FM - Russian language
26200 FM - Paging - UK Hospital pager frequency - POCSAG mode
26215 FM - Unknown language, Eastern European sounding OMs chatting (with heavy fading)
26230 FM - Faint FM signal noted
26350 FM - Paging - UK Hospital pager frequency - POCSAG mode
26385 USB - Several different languages heard
26405 USB - Polish language (with roger beeps)
26410 USB - Russian language - heard "6 Whiskey" and other alpanumeric callsigns
26415 USB - Spanish language, Italian language
26425 USB - Russian OMs talking
26430 USB - Italian language
26435 USB - French language (strong signals) - another QSO going on underneath the stronger signals
26465 USB - Russian language
26475 USB - Russian language
26500 USB - Russian speaking stations heard
26515 USB - French language
26535 FM - Russian language
26540 AM - Russian language, weak (one station is on 26540, the other is on 26538.8 or so)
26579 USB - FSK signal
26635 FM - Data signal in FM mode
26635 USB - Strong "buzzer" signal on USB
26645 FM - German speaking stations, very strong signals / very busy frequency
26655 FM - German language - also very strong (nice FM modulation on 26.645 MHz and 26.655 MHz)
26680 FM - Russian speaking stations
26685 FM - German speaking stations
26685 USB - Italian or possibly Portuguese
26695 FM - Paging - POCSAG (unlike 26.200 MHz and 26.350 MHz, this pager transmitter unkeys when no data is being sent)
26705 FM - Paging - UK Hospital pager frequency - POCSAG mode
26735 FM - Data bursts (does not sound like POCSAG)
26745 FM - Paging - UK Hospital pager frequency - POCSAG mode
26765 AM - Italian language (weak)
26765 FM - German language (FM on top of Italian AM traffic)
26775 FM - German language
26825 FM - German language, heavy fading but busy frequency
26865 FM - German language
26880 FM - Russian language, possibly taxi cab dispatch
26885 FM - German language
26900 FM - Paging - UK Hospital pager frequency - POCSAG mode
26955 FM - German language
26965 FM - Unknown language, heavy QRM
26975 FM - English language
26985 FM - German language (S9+ signals)
27000 FM - Russian language
27005 FM - Unknown language, sounds Eastern European
27015 FM - English language
27025 FM - English language
27035 FM - English language
27045 FM - Data bursts - every 0.5 seconds or so
27055 FM - English and German heard
27065 FM - Unknown language (weak FM signal seen on waterfall)
27070 FM - Russian language
27075 AM - Italian language
27090 FM - Russian taxi dispatch lady
27100 FM - Russian or Eastern European sounding language
27105 FM - English language with other traffic underneath
27115 FM - English language
27125 FM - Several carriers noted here
27135 FM - Unknown language, possibly Portuguese?
27135 USB - Station calling CQ
27140 FM - FSK signal
27140 FM - Russian (sporadic signal)
27145 FM - Spanish language (extremely strong signal)
27150 FM - Russian/Eastern European language
27155 FM - Polytone data bursts every 3-4 seconds
27170 FM - Russian speaking YL - Olga Russia taxi dispatch lady
27175 FM - English language
27180 FM - Several FM carriers noted here, Russian heard
27185 FM - Several FM carriers noted here, heavy QRM
27190 USB - Russian speaking stations
27200 FM - Several FM signals going at the same time
27205 FM - Multiple signals at once, heavy QRM making difficult to even ID language
27215 FM - Russian speaking OM with multi-tone roger beep at end of transmission
27220 FM - More QRM
27225 FM - Russian YL speaking with other stations underneath
27235 FM - "Pulsing" signal (sounded best in CW mode!)
27240 FM - Russian (weak)
27245 USB - ROS Data mode (with weak FM voice underneath)
27250 FM - Unmodulated carrier
27255 FM - English language (with the usual Russian QRM)
27260 USB - Portuguese language
27275 AM - Italian language
27280 FM - Russian language
27280 USB - Eastern European language, possibly Russian (with FM voice traffic QRM)
27295 FM - Another messy frequency, English, Russian and Spanish all heard
27300 FM - Russian language (weak)
27305 FM - Italian language
27315 FM - Italian and Portuguese heard (some very strong signals with strong modulation)
27320 FM - Microphone keyups, no modulation heard
27320 USB - Spanish language, casual QSO
27325 FM - Russian language, with another unreadable language underneath
27330 FM - Very weak FM voice traffic here
27335 FM - Russian
27345 LSB - Italian speaking stations - very strong, with lots of echo
27370 FM - Weak Russian voice traffic heard
27375 FM - Another busy frequency
27385 FM - French language
27395 FM - European stations calling CQ, Germany heard
27405 FM - Like the 27.35-27.41 MHz area, multiple carriers seen basically nonstop
27415 FM - Eastern European language, several stations having a QSO
27425 FM - Russian language
27465 AM - Italian stations
27505 FM - Sporadic FM carrier noted
27510 USB - "This station is calling Europe, hello Europa"
27515 USB - 21ON103 working unreadable station
27520 FM - Russian language
27530 LSB - "making it that old?" (British English accent)
27530 USB - "Close to Barcelona" Spanish station working op named "Mark"
27535 USB - Italian language
27540 USB - "thanks best 73 for your station bye bye good weekend" "break break, go ahead 161 division" "Albania"
27547 USB - 49SD243 QRZ? CQ CQ 49 Sugar Delta 243 working 26WM007 and several others
27550 USB - Spanish language
27552 USB - FSK signal
27555 USB - "America radio, come on!" "CQ DX, this is Whiskey Lima 54" big pile up stations calling CQ
27560 USB - "did you hear that other station?" "what are your working conditions?"
27570 USB - "best wishes this weekend to you and your family!"
27585 USB - "5 by 9 in Italy at this moment"
27590 USB - "161RC128 roger?" "13RC128" "1LR078" "very strong station from 20 division microphone for you"
27595 USB - Spanish language, sounds like stations working freeband 11 meter DX
27600 USB - "directional towards 26 division?"
27601 FM - Strong microphone keydowns...no audio heard. (UK FM 27/81 CB channel 1 27601.25 MHz)
27605 USB - Spanish language
27610 USB - "100 whiskey amplifier" "little Chinese radio" "okay I copy your working condition"
27622 USB - "I am using a vertical Sirio antenna 5/8 wave antenna... 351720 speaking, over"
27625 FM - Russian language
27631 FM - English language (UK FM CB channel 4)
27640 USB - "19 division please?" "whoa whoa okay" "19LN124"
27647 USB - FSK signal
27685 FM - Russian lady taxi dispatch - very strong signal
27691 FM - English language (UK FM CB channel 10)
27701 FM - English language (UK FM CB channel 11)
27765 FM - German language
27765 USB - German language (possibly same ops that were using FM earlier)
27771 FM - English language (UK FM CB channel 18)
27781 FM - English language (UK FM CB channel 19)
27801 FM - English language (UK FM CB channel 21)
27811 FM - English language (UK FM CB channel 22)
27825 USB - Italian language
27855 FM - Russian language
27871 FM - English language (UK FM CB channel 28) - very strong signals 10-12 kHz bandwidth
27921 FM - English language (UK FM CB channel 33)
27931 FM - English language (UK FM CB channel 34)
27971 FM - English language (UK FM CB channel 38)
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/transceivers/scanners/receivers - land mobile system operator - focus on VHF/UHF and 11m

 

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