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Laidbackdx

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27.535 lsb 22:00 hrs utc
« on: September 25, 2017, 0002 UTC »
Skip from Jamaica s7 signal lasted for about an hour made one contact from Kingston

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Re: 27.535 lsb 22:00 hrs utc
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2017, 0131 UTC »
Very nice.  Was 27515 LSB / 27.515 MHz LSB busy as well? 

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Re: 27.535 lsb 22:00 hrs utc
« Reply #2 on: September 25, 2017, 0912 UTC »
Thanks no very quite on 27515 27.000 lsb. I forgot to mention a bit of action also on 27385 27.385 lsb but it did not last long .

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Re: 27.535 lsb 22:00 hrs utc
« Reply #3 on: February 03, 2018, 1202 UTC »
Thanks no very quite on 27515 27.000 lsb. I forgot to mention a bit of action also on 27385 27.385 lsb but it did not last long .

I remember that as the Kilo Papa Group call freq. back in the eighty's , run by a guy named Peter out of Stuart, Florida, it was a well respected group and popular in the Caribbean.

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« Reply #4 on: February 11, 2018, 1351 UTC »
Thanks no very quite on 27515 27.000 lsb. I forgot to mention a bit of action also on 27385 27.385 lsb but it did not last long .

I remember that as the Kilo Papa Group call freq. back in the eighty's , run by a guy named Peter out of Stuart, Florida, it was a well respected group and popular in the Caribbean.

Knight Patrol ! Don't think they are active much anymore since conditions are for shit. That guy Peter is a real winner, thought he and KP owned certain frequencies and would cause intentional QRM
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Re: 27.535 lsb 22:00 hrs utc
« Reply #5 on: February 21, 2018, 1142 UTC »
The Knight Patrol guys even had a network of 11 meter FM repeaters operating in the 27.6 to 27.8 MHz region, same 100 kHz split as 10 meter FM repeaters IIRC.  They all had 88.5Hz CTCSS or PL tones and were apparently linked to each other.  There's a YouTube video out there showing a guy keying all the repeaters up from somewhere in the Caribbean.  I don't think any of them are on the air anymore