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Author Topic: 11 Meter Band DX Skip 27MHz Band Activity 1715-1730 UTC 13 June 2017  (Read 757 times)

Offline R4002

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Another 15 minutes of monitoring - I wanted to break these into different posts to show the various different stations that come and go during 11 meter band openings.  Lots of Spanish speaking taxi cab dispatch ladies reading numbers (and sometimes I was able to hear the taxi cabs replying to the dispatcher!) and general Spanish speaking chat channels, often with lots of noise toys, music, roger beeps and the like.  American truckers heard all over the band from 26 MHz up.  Yesterday I monitored several different trucker conversations intruding into 10 meters (generally the bottom end of 10 meters, most export radios go up to either 28305 kHz / 28.305 MHz or 28755 kHz / 28.755 MHz...that is, the ones that don't do the entire 10 meter band). 



25000 AM - WWV
25625 AM - Taxi dispatch / YL dispatcher taxicab company Spanish language
25665 AM - Taxi dispatch / YL dispatcher talking to OM drivers, Spanish language
25695 AM - Taxi dispatch / YL dispatcher taxicab company Spanish language
25775 AM - Taxi dispatch / YL dispatcher taxicab company Spanish language
25835 AM - US truckers / English language
25855 AM - Taxi dispatch / YL dispatcher taxicab company Spanish language
25875 AM - Taxi dispatch / YL dispatcher taxicab lady reading numbers (strong copy, S7-S8 signal with roger beep)
26005 AM - Taxi dispatch / YL dispatcher reading numbers (worse copy than 25875, still readable)
26025 AM - Spanish language, lots of QRM etc
26055 AM - Two Spanish speaking OMs talking - possibly taxis or trucking company
26075 AM - Spanish language, roger beeps and noise toys heard
26105 AM - US truckers / English language
26125 AM - US truckers / English language
26135 AM - US truckers / English language
26225 USB - Spanish language DX frequency Latin American SSB calling channel
26240 USB - Spanish language
26305 AM - US truckers / English language
26315 AM - Taxi dispatch / YL dispatcher taxi lady reading numbers (heavy fading) Spanish language
26325 AM - Spanish language
26355 AM - Spanish language
26375 AM - Spanish language, nonstop traffic, lots of QRM, hets, roger beeps etc
26395 AM - Spanish language, similar to 26.375 MHz / 26375 kHz
26405 AM - Spanish language
26475 AM - Spanish language
26555 LSB - Spanish language, very busy at points - low channel Latin American DX calling channel frequency
26575 AM - Mexican truckers / Spanish language
26585 AM - Mexican AM DX channel, lots of QRM very busy at points
26595 AM - Spanish language
26605 AM - Spanish language
26645 AM - Taxi dispatch / YL dispatcher taxi lady Spanish reading numbers (can hear drivers replying to her)
26655 AM - Spanish language, with QRM
26665 AM - Spanish language, two OMs chatting with roger beeps
26705 AM - Big Radios Channel / Spanish - Puerto Rico, etc
26735 AM - US truckers / English language
26775 AM - English language, Florida and Georgia based stations chatting
26805 AM - English language
26815 AM - English language - some very strong signals a la 26.915 MHz AM
26835 AM - English language
26865 AM - English language
26905 AM - Taxi dispatch / YL dispatcher taxi lady reading numbers Spanish language
26915 AM - English language "915" or "36 low" AM DX calling channel
26935 AM - English language, possibly truckers or freebanders (or maybe both!)
26945 AM - Taxi dispatch / YL dispatcher taxi lady reading numbers Spanish language
26965-27405 US CB "legal 40" mid band FCC CEPT CB band
27415 AM - Spanish language, busy with roger beeps
27420 LSB - English language, American freebanders
27435 LSB - English language
27440 LSB - English language
27445 LSB - English language (strong signals)
27445 USB - Spanish language
27450 LSB - English language
27455 USB - Spanish language - high channel Latin American DX calling channel frequency
27470 LSB - English language, mention of North Carolina
27475 USB - Spanish language
27485 LSB - English language, Southern accents
27495 LSB - English language, Midwestern accents
27500 USB - Spanish language
27505 AM - English language, Southern US accents, probably truckers or hunters
27515 AM - Taxi dispatch / YL dispatcher taxi lady reading numbers with roger beep Spanish language
27525 USB - English language
27535 AM - US truckers / English language
27540 USB - Spanish language
27555 USB - International calling frequency / English and Spanish heard
27575 AM - US truckers / English language
27595 LSB - English language, US stations having a QSO
27605 USB - Spanish language
27615 AM - US truckers / English language
27635 AM - US truckers / English language
27645 LSB - English language, two stations talking, Midwestern American accents
27665 USB - Spanish language
27675 USB - Spanish language
27695 LSB - Spanish language
27695 USB - Spanish language
27705 LSB - Spanish language, numerical callsigns / identifiers (with roger beeps, of course!)
27715 LSB - Spanish language
27765 LSB - Spanish language (busy)
27775 AM - Spanish language, possibly taxi cab
27805 AM - US truckers / English language
27815 AM - Taxi dispatch / YL dispatcher taxi lady Spanish language
27905 AM - Spanish language, possibly truckers?
27935 AM - US truckers / English language
« Last Edit: June 13, 2017, 1741 UTC by R4002 »
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