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Author Topic: 11m open to ? Lots of traffic on 27095  (Read 475 times)

Offline chanito

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11m open to ? Lots of traffic on 27095
« on: January 30, 2021, 1603 UTC »
sounds like I'm picking up a ton of control signals, several stations at the same time. Only phone activity so far was 27015 in Spanish.
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Re: 11m open to ? Lots of traffic on 27095
« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2021, 1958 UTC »
I've got traffic on 26585 (Mexican trucker calling channel) and nearby 26595, 26605, 26625, and 26665. I saw some earlier on Super Bowl channel 6 (27025) but I hear the Mexican band a lot less frequently so I'm sticking with that band. Nearly 2000 UTC as I post this.
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