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Offline R4002

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11 meters is active 1645 UTC 9 June 2019
« on: June 09, 2019, 1652 UTC »
Lots of activity in-band, also hearing Spanish voices coming in very strong on 26.705 MHz, 26.715 MHz and 26.725 MHz.  Likely Puerto Rico, Miami, etc.  26715 AM and 26725 booming in at 1652 UTC.
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Re: 11 meters is active 1645 UTC 9 June 2019
« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2019, 1901 UTC »
thats below USA 11 meters, thats in the freeband area for us, lol.

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Re: 11 meters is active 1645 UTC 9 June 2019
« Reply #2 on: June 10, 2019, 1415 UTC »
I know lol

I meant there is a lot of activity within the 26.965 MHz to 27.405 MHz CB band, as well as activity on the 26.705 MHz, 26.715 MHz and 26.725 MHz frequencies listed.  I'm in the USA as well :D

After making that post I noted activity on other low channel frequencies as well:

26.105 MHz AM - English language, popular trucker channel
26.125 MHz AM - English language
26.405 MHz AM - English language, US stations, sporadic signals
26.475 MHz AM - English language, weak
26.500 MHz USB - Spanish language, Caribbean working frequency (previously logged)
26.555 MHz LSB - Spanish language, Latin American and Caribbean working frequency
26.585 MHz AM - Spanish language, Mexican trucker/11 meter AM channel (busy)
26.595 MHz AM - Spanish language, Mexican trucker/11 meter AM channel
26.635 MHz AM - English language, southern US accents
26.735 MHz AM - English language, probably truckers - this channel 19 "down one band"
26.805 MHz AM - English language, southern US accents
26.885 MHz AM - English language, AM DX channel (secondary to 26.915 MHz and nearby frequencies)
26.905 MHz AM - English language, mention of Florida
26.915 MHz AM - some very strong signals heard here, 26.915 AM is one of the more popular AM low band channels
26.945 MHz AM - English language, sounds like two locals talking to each other
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/scanners/receivers