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Author Topic: 11 meter activity Pagers and Data 25-32 MHz via GB3WB KiwiSDR 23 June 2022  (Read 101 times)

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Begin de facto export radio 11m band 25.610 MHz or 25.615 MHz to 30.100 MHz 30.105 MHz 30.110 MHz 30.115 MHz


25.775 MHz LSB - Italian language chatter, very busy
25.785 MHz FM - UNID language, sporadic signals
25.800 MHz AM - Music - World Music Radio (shortwave broadcaster - legit) 25800 kHz
25.985 MHz LSB - Italian (I think) language
26.055 MHz FM - UNID language CB chatter
26.065 MHz FM - UNID language CB chatter
26.150 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.165 MHz FM - UK freebander stations
26.185 MHz FM - Weak FM signal
26.185 MHz USB - Spanish language SSB chatter
26.200 MHz - Pager paging signals - UK hospital pager
26.235 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.300 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.350 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.395 MHz USB - Polish language
26.435 MHz USB - Polish language
26.440 MHz USB - Polish language
26.445 MHz USB - Polish language
26.450 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.500 MHz - Pager paging signals
Begin Russian standard CB allocation 26.51 MHz to 26.86 MHz (really 28.0 MHz)
26.550 MHz - Pager paging signals
Begin German 80 channel CB band 26.565 MHz to 27.405 MHz
26.600 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.605 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.610 MHz - Paging signals, weak, with some QRM from 26.605 MHz FM
26.635 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.645 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.650 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.655 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.670 MHz - Pager paging signals - UK hospital pager
26.695 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.700 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.705 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.735 MHz - Pager paging signals, mixing in with FM CB voice
26.745 MHz - FM CB - German language
26.745 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.750 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.755 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.785 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.835 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.850 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.875 MHz FM - "all the way" (UK accent)
26.900 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.915 MHz USB - Italian language .
26.945 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.950 MHz - Narrowband FSK data bursts (same frequency as wideband POCSAG signals)
26.950 MHz - Pager paging signals
26.960 MHz - Narrow FSK signal bursts - 26960 kHz 26.96 MHz

Begin European standard CB band 26.96 MHz to 27.41 MHz

27.092 MHz - Wideband data signal - probably a pager, center frequency slightly offset from 27.090 MHz
27.095 MHz - Data bursts, mixing in with QRM from the 27.090 MHz or 27.092 MHz signal
27.300 MHz - Pager POCSAG signals - very strong at points
27.350 MHz - Pager paging signals
27.360 MHz - Pager, 10-12 kHz wide signal

27.450 MHz - Pager paging signals
27.550 MHz - Pager paging signals

Begin UK FM CB band 27.60125 MHz to 27.99125 MHz

27.650 MHz - Pager paging signals (weak, heavy QRM from 27.65125 MHz FM and nearby SSB signals)
27.850 MHz - Pager paging signals
27.925 MHz - Pager paging signal, sporadic signal with QRM from FM and SSB 11 meter traffic
27.950 MHz - Pager paging signal With heavy QRM from UK FM CB on 27.95125 MHz


29.705 MHz - FSK data signal, fading in and out
29.750 MHz - Pager paging signals
29.760 MHz - FSK data signal, idle carrier with there isn't FSK being sent
29.775 MHz - Pager paging signal
29.780 MHz - FSK data signal mixing with pager signal from 29.775 MHz
29.800 MHz - Pager paging signals - very busy
29.850 MHz - Pager paging signals
29.875 MHz FM - French language - previously monitored French language freebanders or land mobile users 29.875 FM
29.900 MHz - Pager paging signals
29.925 MHz - FSK signal, idle carrier when there isn't FSK being sent
29.995 MHz - FSK signal, 29.996 MHz or 29.997 MHz center frequency
29.997 MHz - FSK "warbler" signal - center frequency pretty much dead on 29999 kHz 29.999 MHz the top-end of HF!
30.000 MHz - FM voice signals - heavy fading
30.020 MHz - Pager paging signals (weak, mixing with the signals on 30.025 MHz)
30.025 MHz - Pager paging signals (7 kHz wide)
30.0375 MHz - Data bursts or pager signal
30.100 MHz - Pager paging signal, various signal strengths noted, very active
30.125 MHz - FM voice signals, mixing in with pager/data signals (similar to those heard on 30.025)
30.225 MHz - FM voice signals, noted ANI or DTMF bursts at beginning of transmission (probably radio IDs)
30.900 MHz - Pager paging signal - very strong at points
31.1875 MHz - Pager paging signal
31.320 MHz - Pager paging signals
31.325 MHz - Data or telemetry (narrower band, not the usual POCSAG heard on 31.32 MHz)
31.4375 MHz - FM voice signals - with data bursts at beginning of transmissions, UNID language
31.5125 MHz - FM voice signals - with data bursts at beginning of transmissions, UNID language
« Last Edit: June 23, 2022, 1808 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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