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Author Topic: 11 Meter Band DX Skip 27MHz Band Activity 1830-1900 UTC 14 June 2017  (Read 1051 times)

Offline R4002

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More 11 meter band propagation logs for June 14th, 2017 06/14/2017 starting at 1830 UTC (1430 local time east coast USA).

SS = Spanish language / Spanish speaking
EE = English language / English speaking

25000 kHz / 25.000 MHz AM - WWV - nice solid S7 signal good copy
25695 kHz / 25.695 MHz AM - SS Spanish language speaking YL taxi dispatch lady reading numbers (with roger beep)
25775 kHz / 25.775 MHz AM - SS Spanish language speaking YL taxi dispatch lady reading numbers
26005 kHz / 26.005 MHz AM - SS taxi dispatch lady, with odd "data burst"-like roger beep/noise toy
26305 kHz / 26.305 MHz AM - SS heavy QRM pile up very messy frequency
26375 kHz / 26.375 MHz AM - SS, similar to 26305 AM, lots of stations transmitting at once heavy QRM
26475 kHz / 26.475 MHz AM - SS, another busy QRM channel
26495 kHz / 26.495 MHz AM - SS, messy frequency
26535 kHz / 26.535 MHz AM - SS, possibly truckers (lots of QRM and heterodynes here like other 26 MHz channels)
26545 kHz / 26.545 MHz AM - SS, mention of Puerto Rico
26555 kHz / 26.555 MHz LSB - SS Spanish language Latin American 11 meter calling frequency low channel (see also 27455 USB)
26585 kHz / 26.585 MHz AM - SS Mexican AM low channel calling frequency / Mexican trucker channel
26595 kHz / 26.595 MHz AM - SS, similar to 26.585 Mexican trucker frequency
26615 kHz / 26.615 MHz AM - SS Dominican Republic working another station, good signals
26645 kHz / 26.645 MHz AM - SS Spanish language speaking YL taxi dispatch lady reading numbers with roger beeps
26705 kHz / 26.705 MHz AM - SS Big radios from Puerto Rico, etc (lots of QRM, similar to 27025 / CB channel 6)
26725 kHz / 26.725 MHz AM - SS Strong signals w/heavy QRM from Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic,etc
26735 kHz / 26.735 MHz AM - EE Truckers trucking company common out of band frequency
26755 kHz / 26.755 MHz AM - EE Mixture of stations working DX and truckers giving each other directions
26825 kHz / 26.825 MHz AM - SS Spanish speaking stations, decent signals with little distortion
26835 kHz / 26.835 MHz AM - EE Southern US stations working skip / DX contacts, similar to 26915
26905 kHz / 26.905 MHz AM - SS Spanish language speaking YL taxi dispatch lady reading numbers, strong signals
26915 kHz / 26.915 MHz AM - EE low band AM calling frequency, very busy
26955 kHz / 26.955 MHz AM - EE Truckers talking about road conditions, minor fading/QSB
26.965-27.405 MHz US FCC CEPT CB Band
27420 kHz / 27.420 MHz LSB - EE Southern US stations working DX
27425 kHz / 27.425 MHz AM - SS Spanish language speaking YL taxi dispatch lady w/QRM from 27430 LSB
27430 kHz / 27.430 MHz LSB - EE Southern and Midwestern US stations roundtable net QSOs
27455 kHz / 27.455 MHz USB - SS Spanish language Latin American 11 meter calling frequency high channel (see also 26555 USB)
27475 kHz / 27.475 MHz LSB - EE "475 Daytona" other stations from Southern US working DX
27480 kHz / 27.480 MHz USB - SS Spanish language radio checks
27505 kHz / 27.505 MHz LSB - EE Midwestern US
27515 kHz / 27.515 MHz LSB - EE "QSK please, you South Americans need to shut up" with Jamaican traffic underneath
27520 kHz / 27.520 MHz LSB - SS 2 OMs talking, very professional sounding traffic
27525 kHz / 27.525 MHz AM - EE American truckers talking about traffic, construction and less "work safe" topics
27555 kHz / 27.555 MHz USB - EE/SS International 11 meter freeband calling frequency busy
27615 kHz / 27.615 MHz AM - EE US trucking radio traffic truckers outside CB band
27635 kHz / 27.635 MHz AM - EE US truckers, hearing multiple QSOs at once
27675 kHz / 27.675 MHz USB - SS Spanish language (this frequency often heard during band openings)
27695 kHz / 27.695 MHz LSB - SS Spanish language, very strong signals (sounds very similar to 6900 kHz LSB)
27695 kHz / 27.695 MHz USB - SS Spanish language traffic, OMs talking ragchew roundtable net "ham radio like"
27720 kHz / 27.720 MHz LSB - SS Spanish speakers, Mexican accents
27725 kHz / 27.725 MHz USB - SS Spanish speaking OM - Mexican accents, also reminds me of 6900 kHz LSB
27785 kHz / 27.785 MHz AM - EE truckers, sounds like Midwestern US
27815 kHz / 27.815 MHz LSB - SS, Antonio talking to a few other stations
27855 kHz / 27.855 MHz AM - EE US truckers (also logged on this frequency yesterday)
27935 kHz / 27.935 MHz AM - SS, OMs heard, no YL taxi dispatch lady on this freq
27975 kHz / 27.975 MHz AM - EE US truckers talking about traffic, etc, they seem to be right next to each other

U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers

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What's your Rx and QTH? I was just outside scanning 11m with my PL-600, and aside from some weak Super Bowl activity, it was a big goose egg for me.
Denver, CO.
SDRPlay RSP2pro, Icom IC-7100, Grundig Satellit 750, Realistic DX-300, Tecsun PL-600.
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Right smack dab in the middle of the eastern seaboard of the USA.

Rx setup:

Galaxy DX 959 (w/ receiver mods and continuous 26.510-27.860 frequency coverage mod)
CRE 8900 export radio (25.615-30.105 MHz) all mode
Superstar 3900 (25.615-28.305 MHz all mode)
Cobra 29XLR w/ DigiMax channel kit (25.975-27.675 MHz coverage, channelized in 10 kHz steps)
Icom IC-707

antennas:

Hustler IC-100 mobile antenna
President Texas 1800 7/8 wave mobile antenna
1/2 wave dipole antenna
Wilson Lil' Wil mobile antenna
PDC1400 "half and half" base loaded trucker antenna

U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers