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Author Topic: Busy 43 Meter Band 6500-7000 kHz Peskies and Freebanders Logs 27-28 Jan 2018  (Read 417 times)

Offline R4002

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There's too many frequencies to make a thread for each one so I'm trying a different approach:


7000 kHz LSB - Spanish, OM and YL talking (complete with wolf whistle at 2311 UTC!)
6997 kHz LSB - Spanish
6994 kHz USB - Spanish, some signals pushing S9 (not active at same time as 6997 LSB)
6990 kHz USB - Spanish
6985 kHz USB - Spanish
6981 kHz LSB - Portuguese
6980 kHz LSB - Spanish
6977 kHz USB - Spanish (with horrible QRM from 6980 LSB)
6970 kHz LSB - Spanish
6967 kHz USB - Spanish
6965 kHz AM - Spanish
6960 kHz USB - Spanish
6958 kHz USB - Spanish, weak with some QRM from 6955 USB
6955 kHz USB - Spanish, strong
6952 kHz USB - Spanish, with lots of QRM from 6950 USB
6950 kHz USB - Spanish, several QSOs going on at once here
6950 kHz LSB - Spanish
6945 kHz LSB - Portuguese
6942.5 kHz LSB - Spanish, SIO 555 station doing radio checks
6935 kHz LSB - Portuguese - very strong signals
6930 kHz LSB - Spanish, some very strong signals
6925 kHz LSB - Portuguese, basically non-stop
6920 kHz LSB - Spanish, QRMing pirate station on 6920 AM
6919 kHz LSB - Portuguese
6915 kHz LSB - Spanish
6910 kHz LSB - Spanish
6905 kHz LSB - Spanish
6900 kHz USB - Spanish - extremely active with very strong signals
6900 kHz LSB - Spanish - primary freebander frequency for North America
6874 kHz USB - Spanish
6835 kHz USB - Spanish, possible radiotelephone link
6825 kHz LSB - Spanish
6805 kHz USB - Spanish, YL and OM talking
6799 kHz USB - English, YL and OM talking at same time "oh my god, 500 dollars, come on" "what size is it?"
6796 kHz USB - Spanish or Caribbean-accented language
6790 kHz USB - Radiotelephone Link, OM and YL talking
6786 kHz USB - YL and OM talking, another radiotelephone link frequency
6772.5 kHz USB - OM and YL having a rather emotional conversation (in Spanish)
6767 kHz USB - Spanish, possibly another radio telephone system
6763.5 kHz LSB - French with QRM from FSK signal on 6762.5 USB
6760 kHz USB - Portuguese
6750 kHz USB - Spanish, active
6747 kHz USB - Spanish
6713 kHz USB - "why yes, of course!" (Spanish, strong signal)
6710 kHz USB - English - Caribbean accent, very active (getting clobbered by EAM simulcast on 6712 USB)
6705 kHz USB - Spanish, OM and YL talking rapidly
6700 kHz LSB - Sounds like an African language
6685 kHz LSB - Spanish, casual QSO
6677.7 kHz USB - Spanish, yet another easy-to-remember or "cute" frequency
6666.6 kHz USB - Spanish, common outbander frequency
6646.6 kHz USB - Spanish, very busy, causing severe QRM to Lima Air Traffic Control on 6649 kHz USB
6570 kHz USB - unknown language, two ops having a QSO, one of them is transmitting USB w/ a carrier
6555 kHz USB - Spanish, another "cute" frequency for sure
6550 kHz USB - Spanish
6510 kHz USB - Italian, decent signal
6500 kHz USB - Spanish, very strong signals
« Last Edit: January 28, 2018, 0019 UTC by R4002 »
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