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Author Topic: 11 Meter Band DX Skip 27MHz Band Activity 1630-1645 UTC 11 July 2017  (Read 784 times)

Offline R4002

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Seems like some Sporadic-E propagation, 11 meter DX 27 MHz band skip propagation free band freeband CB radio 11m

15 minutes of monitoring, starting at 1630 UTC and ending at 1645 UTC. 

26.105 MHz / 26105 AM - Truckers, busy with heavy QRM at points (US stations, EE English speaking)
26.135 MHz / 26135 AM - English language, likely also truckers
26.375 MHz / 26375 AM - Spanish language, very heavy QSB fading
26.515 MHz / 26515 AM - English language, Southern US accents - possibly a local net (similar traffic noted on this frequency before)
26.735 MHz / 26735 AM - Truckers, lots of fading
26.775 MHz / 26775 AM - Florida, Texas and several other southern US states heard working DX
26.885 MHz / 26885 AM - "557 North Carolina" and dozens of other stations from Southern USA booming in nicely
26.915 MHz / 26915 AM - Very busy, mostly southern US with some heavy QRM
26.945 MHz / 26945 AM - Stations shooting DX
26.955 MHz / 26955 AM - Sounds like truckers, talking about spring-loaded clamps?
26.965-27.405 MHz - all channels busy, suffering from heavy splatter from 27.025 / 27025 channel 6 mess
27.420 MHz / 27420 LSB - English language
27.425 MHz / 27425 LSB - English language
27.440 MHz / 27440 LSB - "Number 1 Central Florida"
27.455 MHz / 27455 USB - Heavy QRM - Spanish, with English speaking OM "yes, QSY, give me a frequency!"
27.465 MHz / 27465 LSB - Northwestern Illinois working an unheard station
27.475 MHz / 27475 USB - 2W294 194 Running a Galaxy 2517 working a Moonraker on the tower, working several stations
 
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers