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Author Topic: 11 Meter Band DX Skip 27MHz Band Activity 1530-1545 UTC 13 June 2017  (Read 272 times)

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Sporadic-E conditions late this morning on the 11 meter band (monitoring started at 1530 UTC and ended at 1545 UTC)

25835 AM - US truckers talking about paychecks
25950 FM - STL, barely making it with heavy fading
26105 AM - US truckers / freebanders mixing in with Spanish language traffic
26115 AM - Spanish language YL talking, probably a taxi dispatcher
26225 USB - Spanish language, Domician Republic, Mexico and several other countries heard
26285 AM - US truckers
26305 AM - US truckers
26365 AM - Spanish language, Mexican truckers
26375 AM - Spanish language, Mexican truckers (busy)
26405 AM - Spanish language
26555 LSB - Spanish language, similar to 26225 USB
26585 AM - Mexican freeband common channel, very busy with strong signals
26605 AM - Mexican truckers and freebanders
26705 AM - Puerto Rican "Superbowl" very busy as usual
26735 AM - US truckers
26765 AM - English language, Southern accents
26775 AM - Busy propagation from Southern US states
26865 AM - Busy propagation from Southern US states
26905 AM - Spanish language taxi dispatcher (female dispatch with roger beep)
26915 AM - "915" 26.915 MHz one of the busiest freeband frequencies on the low side of the CB band
26945 AM - US truckers
26965-27405 CB band - basically every channel active
27420 LSB - Busy propagation from Southern US states, common high channel freeband frequency
27425 LSB - English language
27435 LSB - English language
27455 USB - Spanish language DX calling channel (similar to 27555 USB)
27465 LSB - English language station working DX (mention of Kentucky and "15A1 Wayne" and "159 Mobile", "Dayton Ohio")
27495 USB - Spanish language
27505 AM - English language, US truckers (weak but readable)
27515 AM - Spanish language taxi cab dispatcher
27555 USB - English and Spanish speaking stations calling CQ DX
27615 AM - US truckers / English language
27625 AM - US truckers
27635 AM - US truckers
27665 USB - Spanish language
27675 USB - Spanish language
27695 USB - Spanish language
27765 USB - Spanish language
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers