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Author Topic: 11 meter activity via GB3WB KiwiSDR 13 July 2022  (Read 216 times)

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11 meter activity via GB3WB KiwiSDR 13 July 2022
« on: July 13, 2022, 1146 UTC »
Via GB3WB KiwiSDR

Data and paging signals pagers on 26 MHz 27 MHz Pagers 29 MHz band RTTY 11m FSK on 27 MHz data links

26165 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
26170 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
26200 - Paging - POCSAG
26350 - Paging - POCSAG
26400 - Paging - POCSAG
26450 - Paging signals
26605 - Paging - POCSAG (likely an offset from 26.600 MHz)
26650 - Paging - POCSAG - very strong signals
26695 - Paging signals, POCSAG and other signals mixing in
26700 - Paging POCSAG signals
26705 - Paging signals, sporadic signals
26745 - Paging - POCSAG, mixing in with the signals from 26.75 MHz
26750 - Data bursts, not POCSAG, often mixing in with the paging bursts
26750 - Paging, with carrier signal transmitted during idle periods, carrier on 26750.6
26755 - Paging - POCSAG - mixing in with 26.750 MHz
26785 - Paging - POCSAG
26786 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
26788 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
26799 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
26800 - Paging - fading in and out
26801 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
26813 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
26815 - Paging - POCSAG signals mixing in with carrier (?) on 26.817 MHz
26829 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
26835 - Paging - very strong signals, several on same frequency - wide band POCSAG
26850 - Paging - similar to 26.835 MHz and 26.900 MHz
26900 - Paging - very strong signals  - wide band POCSAG
27007 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
27095 - Data bursts, similar to data links usually noted on 27.255 MHz or 27.195 MHz
27118 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
27150 - Paging - similar to signals on 27.300 MHz, 27.360 MHz, 26.900 MHz, etc.
27198 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
27235 - AX.25 Packet Radio Signals mixing in with AM and FM voice
27245 - AX.25 Packet Radio Signals mixing in with AM and FM voice and ROS data
27245 - ROS data mode
27249 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
27250 - Paging signals - POCSAG
27255 - Data bursts, the usually heard one with two identical bursts roughly 4-5 kHz apart
27259 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
27300 - Paging - several signals at once, very busy as well
27313 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
27333 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
27356 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
27360 - Paging - very wide signal - 27.352 MHz to 27.367 MHz
27370 - Paging - several signals at once, 4.5 kHz wide, 7 kHz wide, 8 kHz wide - very active
27373 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
27450 - Paging - POCSAG (mixing with SSB signals)
27500 - Pager signals - weak, mixing with data bursts and paging signals on 27.505 MHz
27505 - Paging signals - very strong
27550 - Paging signals - POCSAG - QRM from SSB voice
27619 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
27635 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
27650 - Paging - POCSAG and carrier signal during idle periods
27706 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
27757 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
27777 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
27845 - Paging POCSAG
27958 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
27960 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
27972 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
27975 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
29705 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
29750 - Paging POCSAG - very busy, strong signals
29780 - FSK signals, not the same as the other ones noted on 11m, but still narrow band
29800 - Paging POCSAG - very busy, strong signals
29825 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
29835 - FSK - RTTY like narrow band
29850 - Paging POCSAG - very busy, strong signals
29870 - Constant FSK signal, unmodulated when idle
29900 - Paging POCSAG - strong signals
« Last Edit: July 13, 2022, 1219 UTC by R4002 »
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