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Offline ChrisSmolinski

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11m Activity 10 Jul 2017
« on: July 10, 2017, 1341 UTC »
The sunspot seems to have woken up 11m, a fair bit of activity on the CB band this morning around 1340z, and some below. So far it all seems to be domestic.
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Re: 11m Activity 10 Jul 2017
« Reply #1 on: July 10, 2017, 1712 UTC »
Hearing some traffic on the lower freeband channels, especially on 26915 AM and other nearby frequencies.  Not hearing any Latin American traffic
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Re: 11m Activity 10 Jul 2017
« Reply #2 on: July 10, 2017, 2026 UTC »
11/10m nada today, nearly wiped out. Very few brasilian rogerbeep-freaks on 11m and low.
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Re: 11m Activity 10 Jul 2017
« Reply #3 on: July 10, 2017, 2359 UTC »
Hearing faint traffic on 27.455 MHz USB / 27455 kHz USB - all in Spanish, as this is one of the more important Latin American / Spanish speaker calling channels, that makes sense.  Lots of in-band 26965-27405 AM traffic, centering around 27025 / channel 6, 27085 / channel 11 and 27265 / channel 26.

26.915 MHz AM / 26915 kHz AM is also busy with domestic US American stations speaking English, but not nearly as crazy as it was earlier today.
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