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Author Topic: 11 Meter Band DX Skip 27MHz Band Activity 2200+ UTC 17 July 2017  (Read 667 times)

Offline R4002

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26905 AM 26.905 MHz AM - Spanish language taxi dispatch traffic mixing with English language trucker chatter
26915 AM 26.915 MHz AM - Low channel AM calling channel, busy
26925 AM 26.925 MHz AM - Spanish language
26935 AM 26.935 MHz AM - Truckers
26965 AM 26.965 MHz AM - Southern US stations talking, not sure if local to each other...
27015 AM 27.015 MHz AM - Southern US stations, lots of splatter from 27025 AM
27025 AM 27.025 MHz AM - The Superbowl, busy, as usual
27065 AM 27.065 MHz AM - Spanish, Puerto Rico
27085 AM 27.085 MHz AM - Original AM calling channel, now its second only to "The Superbowl"
27125 AM 27.125 MHz AM - US stations working DX
27165 AM 27.165 MHz AM - Alternate trucker channel, similar to 27185 AM / CB Channel 19
27185 AM 27.185 MHz AM - High noise level, hearing bits and pieces of truckstop broadcasts, etc
27205 AM 27.205 MHz AM - Sounds like one of the AM BCB "graveyard" frequencies
27225 AM 27.225 MHz AM - Mississippi Trainwreck and lots of numerical handles heard
27245 AM 27.245 MHz AM - Spanish language mixing in with US stations w/ roger beeps
27255 AM 27.255 MHz AM - "I need to look a little more northeast!"
27265 AM 27.265 MHz AM - Similar to 27025 AM and 27085 AM
27285 AM 27.285 MHz AM - Very very strong stations heard here, Canadian and US "big gun" AM stations
27325 AM 27.325 MHz AM - Spanish language heard, with heterodyne squeal
27345 AM 27.345 MHz AM - Heterodyne, lots of QRM
27375 LSB 27.375 MHz LSB - Similar to 27395 LSB, stations moved here due to heavy QRM on 38LSB
27385 LSB 27.385 MHz LSB - Non-stop traffic, multitude of stations transmitting at once
27395 LSB 27.395 MHz LSB - Busy, US stations working DX - alternate to 27385 LSB
27405 AM 27.405 MHz AM - Spanish language heard, weak
27415 AM 27.415 MHz AM - Truckers, lots of fading
27425 LSB 27.425 MHz LSB - US stations working DX, didn't get any locations
27445 LSB 27.445 MHz LSB - Nova Scotia working Virginia and several other stations - strong signals
27455 USB 27.455 MHz USB - Spanish language / Latin American free band CB calling frequency
27515 LSB 27.515 MHz LSB - "442 Central Michigan" working another station
27575 AM 27.575 MHz AM - Truckers
27625 AM 27.625 MHz AM - "number 572" "I really like that rig" "I think you're right though" - maybe truckers?
27645 LSB 27.645 MHz LSB - "you got overcharged"
27670 LSB 27.670 MHz LSB - Local (to them) net, "Victor", "Tom", "Dicky", "Dave" and several other stations
27695 LSB 27.695 MHz LSB - Spanish language
27755 AM 27.755 MHz AM - Truckers
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers