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Author Topic: 11m Pager Data and other activity 10 February 2022  (Read 414 times)

Offline R4002

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11m Pager Data and other activity 10 February 2022
« on: February 10, 2022, 1731 UTC »
More 11 meter action today:

25695 kHz / 25.695 MHz AM - Taxi dispatcher - indicating a band opening to Latin America - YL dispatch taxi lady
25735 kHz / 25.735 MHz AM - Taxi dispatch lady - Spanish language YL reading numbers - YL dispatch taxi lady
25745 kHz / 25.745 MHz AM - Taxi dispatch lady - Spanish language YL reading numbers - YL dispatch taxi lady
25950 kHz / 25.950 MHz FM - Studio Transmitter Link - 25.950 FM, fading in and out
26005 kHz / 26.005 MHz AM - YL dispatcher, weak, presumed Latin American taxi dispatch
26035 kHz / 26.035 MHz AM - Taxi dispatch lady, very strong at points - Spanish
26250 kHz / 26.250 MHz - FM carrier, closer to 26.251 (sort of).  - This is a known UK hospital paging frequency
26415 kHz / 26.415 MHz AM - Taxi dispatcher, Spanish language with roger beeps
26455 kHz / 26.455 MHz AM - Taxi dispatcher, Spanish language - female dispatcher YL dispatch lady
26475 kHz / 26.475 MHz AM - Spanish language chatter, lots of noise and sound effects at points
26505 kHz / 26.505 MHz AM - Spanish language, possibly also taxi cab dispatcher
26515 kHz / 26.515 MHz FM - There seems to be an FM signal mixing in with the AM activity, may be a pager?
26515 kHz / 26.515 MHz AM - Lots of roger beeps and noise toys heard, presumably Latin American origin
26585 kHz / 26.585 MHz AM - Very very busy, Mexican trucker channel, heavy QRM
26635 kHz / 26.635 MHz - European paging frequency, FSK signals noted
26665 kHz / 26.665 MHz USB - Spanish language chatter heard
26730 kHz / 26.730 MHz - Narrowband FSK signals, would be 26.728 MHz USB or 26.729 MHz USB
26805 kHz / 26.805 MHz AM - Spanish language, likely taxi cab dispatcher
26805 kHz / 26.805 MHz FM - FM voice activity noted around 1730 UTC / 1735 UTC
26830 kHz / 26.830 MHz - Strong carrier, no modulation...then disappeared, seemed like a pager
26833 kHz / 26.833 MHz - Narrowband FSK signals
26835 kHz / 26.835 MHz- FSK paging signal - 6-7 kHz wide, can be tuned in 26.835 MHz LSB or USB mode
26859 kHz / 26.859 MHz - Narrowband FSK signals, similar to the ones on 26833 kHz
26892 kHz / 26.892 MHz - Narrowband FSK signals
26935 kHz / 26.935 MHz AM - Very strong signals from Latin America booming in
26954 kHz / 26.954 MHz - Narrowband FSK signals, possibly off-frequency 26.955 MHz 26955 kHz 26950 kHz
27195 kHz / 27.195 MHz - FSK signal burst, every 3-4 seconds, previously monitored, multiple transmitters on frequency
27255 kHz / 27.255 MHz - FM FSK Data Bursts, known US-based data link 27 MHz based system 27.255 FM
27256 kHz / 27.256 MHz - Narrowband FSK signals, off-frequency from 27.255 MHz 27.255
27333 kHz / 27.333 MHz (would be 27.331 MHz USB or 27.332 USB) - FSK strong - mixing with QRM from 27.335
27685 kHz / 27.685 MHz - Narrowband FSK signals, would be 27.684 MHz or 27.683 MHz in USB mode
27765 kHz / 27.765 MHz LSB - Spanish language, very good signals
27815 kHz / 27.815 MHz AM - Spanish speaking taxi dispatcher lady, good signals - likely Mexico City (confirmed user)
27882 kHz / 27.882 MHz - Narrowband FSK signals, might be closer to 27.880 MHz or 27.881 MHz
27885 kHz / 27.885 MHz AM - Taxi dispatcher, Spanish language
27893 kHz / 27.893 MHz - Narrowband FSK signals
« Last Edit: February 10, 2022, 1828 UTC by R4002 »
U.S. East Coast, various HF/VHF/UHF radios/transceivers/scanners/receivers - land mobile system operator - focus on VHF/UHF and 11m

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Re: 11m Pager Data and other activity 10 February 2022
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2022, 2127 UTC »
11m is hopping today, 26-27 MHz, English and Spanish, AM USB and LSB. I can't even begin to count the stations or attempt to ID where they're coming from, but this is the most amazing 11m reception I've had in six years easily.
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Re: 11m Pager Data and other activity 10 February 2022
« Reply #2 on: February 10, 2022, 2142 UTC »
11m is on fire here... started around 2030Z and was kinda like a light switch- all at once across the entire band. Haven't heard an opening like this for quite some time.

2042Z 27.385 LSB from AZ
2042Z 26.805 FM
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