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Author Topic: 11 Meter Band DX Skip 27MHz Band Activity 1930+ UTC 27 Sept 2017  (Read 1235 times)

Offline R4002

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11 meters is waking up again.

24915 USB 24.915 MHz USB - somebody doing a two-tone test (several times, first noticed at 2004 UTC)
25000 AM 25.000 MHz AM - WWV 25MHz S3 signal at 2005 UTC
25695 AM 25.695 MHz AM - YL taxi dispatcher with roger beeps and noise toys
25705 AM 25.705 MHz AM - YL taxi dispatcher having casual QSO with drivers
25725 AM 25.725 MHz AM - YL taxi dispatcher reading numbers (addresses and cab numbers)
25775 AM 25.775 MHz AM - YL taxi dispatcher Spanish language
25805 AM 25.805 MHz AM - YL taxi dispatcher Spanish speaking lady reading numbers
25835 AM 25.835 MHz AM - Truckers (English language)
25855 AM 25.855 MHz AM - YL taxi dispatcher (weak)
25875 AM 25.875 MHz AM - YL taxi dispatcher - Spanish speaking OM drivers heard talking to dispatch
25895 AM 25.895 MHz AM - YL taxi dispatcher with roger beeps
25950 FM 25.950 MHz FM - faint STL heard at 1959 UTC S2 at best, lots of fading but something there
25995 AM 25.995 MHz AM - YL taxi dispatcher
26005 AM 26.005 MHz AM - Spanish language OMs talking, truckers or taxis
26035 AM 26.035 MHz AM - YL taxi dispatcher with roger beep (lady reading numbers in Spanish)
26105 AM 26.105 MHz AM - very busy frequency, Spanish language
26175 AM 26.175 MHz AM - Spanish language, possibly taxi cabs
26215 USB 26.215 MHz USB - Spanish language
26225 USB 26.225 MHz USB - Spanish language, calling frequency
26255 LSB 26.255 MHz LSB - Spanish language, sporadic signals
26270 USB 26.270 USB - Spanish language, likely from Mexico
26295 AM 26.295 MHz AM - Spanish language
26305 AM 26.305 MHz AM - Spanish language
26315 AM 26.315 MHz AM - Spanish language, similar to 26.375 AM and 26.585 AM
26375 AM 26.375 MHz AM - Spanish language, lots of stations heard "Cortina", music heard
26385 AM 26.385 MHz AM - Spanish language, almost as busy as 26375 AM and 26585 AM
26405 AM 26.405 MHz AM - Spanish language
26415 AM 26.415 MHz AM - Spanish language, possibly truckers
26475 AM 26.475 MHz AM - Spanish language
26500 USB 26.500 MHz USB - Spanish language
26515 AM 26.515 MHz AM - Known "net" frequency for southern USA, faint AM traffic heard
26525 AM 26.525 MHz AM - Mexican truckers, lots of traffic heard with noise toys, roger beeps, etc
26555 LSB 26.555 MHz LSB - Spanish language, Latin American / Spanish speaking station DX calling frequency
26565 AM 26.565 MHz AM - Spanish language, Mexican accents
26585 AM 26.585 MHz AM - Spanish language, Mexican trucker channel - very big signals with music
26605 AM 26.605 MHz AM - Spanish language, Mexican accents
26645 AM 26.645 MHz AM - Spanish language, lots of roger beeps etc
26655 AM 26.655 MHz AM - Spanish language with severe QSB / fading
26675 AM 26.675 MHz AM - English language, southern accents
26715 AM 26.715 MHz AM - Spanish language - strong signals
26735 AM 26.735 MHz AM - English language, truckers
26745 AM 26.745 MHz AM - Spanish language, noise toys/music heard (lots of fading)
26775 AM 26.775 MHz AM - Spanish language
26815 AM 26.815 MHz AM - US stations heard, southern accents
26835 AM 26.835 MHz AM - US stations shooting DX, loud signals with heavy fading

26965-27405 legal CB band

27415 LSB 27.415 MHz LSB - English language, US stations (midwestern and southern accents)
27425 AM 27.425 MHz AM - Spanish language, YL reading numbers, probably taxi dispatch
27435 LSB 27.435 MHz LSB - "World Radio" club station heard working DX
27455 USB 27.455 MHz USB - Spanish language calling channel, very busy, mention of "Island of Dominica" and "talking shit" (in Spanish)
27470 USB 27.470 MHz USB - Spanish language, long QSO
27475 LSB 27.475 MHz LSB - English language QSO
27475 USB 27.475 MHz USB - Spanish language QSO
27495 USB 27.495 MHz USB - Spanish language QSO
27500 USB 27.500 MHz USB - Spanish language, weak
27515 LSB 27.515 MHz LSB - Weak English language heard, see 27540 USB
27540 USB 27.540 MHz USB - English with VERY thick Caribbean accents
27555 USB 27.555 MHz USB - Calling Frequency - English and Spanish heard  
27575 USB 27.575 MHz USB - Spanish language, with some QRM from 27580 LSB
27580 LSB 27.580 MHz LSB - English language heard, one side of QSO
27595 USB 27.595 MHz USB - English language, US stations
27605 USB 27.605 MHz USB - Spanish language, mention of "Pepe"
27620 USB 27.620 MHz USB - Spanish language, very "bassy" audio..but readable
27665 LSB 27.665 MHz LSB - Spanish language, very strong signals, mention of "Alta California"
27690 USB 27.690 MHz USB - Spanish language
27695 USB 27.695 MHz USB - Spanish language, very busy
27745 LSB 27.745 MHz USB - Spanish language
27775 AM 27.775 MHz AM - Spanish language
« Last Edit: September 27, 2017, 2011 UTC by R4002 »
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