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Author Topic: 11 meter activity 11 Mar 2022  (Read 777 times)

Offline ChrisSmolinski

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11 meter activity 11 Mar 2022
« on: March 11, 2022, 1257 UTC »
1255 Activity on channels 6 and 9
1256 FM on channel 14, sounds like it is from Latin America
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Re: 11 meter activity 11 Mar 2022
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2022, 2101 UTC »
Awesome, more FM 11m CB activity out of Latin America!

At 2050 UTC, checked the band for the usual indicators (paging signals, data links and telemetry and the taxi ladies - YL dispatchers on 25 MHz, 26 MHz and 27 MHz.

Noted activity:

27.630 MHz USB 27630 kHz USB - Spanish language chatter
27.665 MHz USB 27665 kHz USB - Spanish speaking freebanders, very strong signals, similar to 26.555 LSB and 27.455 USB
27.685 MHz LSB 27685 kHz LSB - Spanish language
27.685 MHz AM 27685 kHz AM - OMs - Spanish language, possibly truckers or just out banders using AM instead of SSB
27.685 MHz USB 27685 kHz USB - Spanish speaking freebanders
27.695 MHz LSB 27695 kHz LSB - Spanish speaking freebanders
27.700 MHz LSB 27700 kHz LSB - Spanish speaking freebanders, noted use of the 27700 SSTV frequency, but they're on LSB
27.745 MHz AM 27745 kHz AM - YL taxi dispatcher, SIO 222, weak, but readable
27.755 MHz AM 27755 kHz AM - YL taxi dispatcher, very strong at 2055 UTC
27.765 MHz AM 27765 kHz AM - YL taxi dispatcher, reading numeric taxi IDs and trip numbers, good signals
27.785 MHz AM 27785 kHz AM - YL taxi dispatcher, same lady as usually heard on this frequency
27.790 MHz USB 27790 kHz USB - Spanish speaking freeband chatter, fair to weak
27.815 MHz AM 27815 MHz AM - YL taxi dispatcher, I believe this has been identified as being in Mexico City
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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