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Offline R4002

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11 meters is busy - 1700 UTC 3 August 2018
« on: August 03, 2018, 1706 UTC »
Lots and lots of AM activity in the legal 40 channels, also:

26705 AM - Spanish language
26775 AM - Southern USA common frequency 26.775 MHz is channel 22 down one band
26885 AM - English language, lots of activity
26895 AM - similar to 26.885 MHz
26905 AM - English language, southern accents
26915 AM - very busy

Several SSB signals heard in the 27400 to 27600 range, mostly clustered around 27425 LSB, 27435 LSB, 27475 LSB and several other frequencies in 5 kHz steps, nearly all in LSB mode with the exception of 27555 USB heard stations calling CQ DX
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers

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Re: 11 meters is busy - 1700 UTC 3 August 2018
« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2018, 1802 UTC »
Yesterday I was calibrating the noise floor on the sdr and poked my head into 11m, da bowl was in full roar as was the rest of the band. Think I heard someone say there was just one lonely sunspot to be seen.
Conveniently located near Vincennes Indiana.