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Old 06-13-2018, 9:35 PM
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I usually don't even try any more. I don't have outside antennas and there is too much noise in my neighborhood.
Ok thank u, looks like that guy in San Antonio logs lots of stuff
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Default Log: 2018/06/09 - 2018/06/14 -- Central Ala

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FREQ....SQ....DESCRIPTION
25.0000 AM WWV Ft Collins CO
29.7900 100.0 WQMA652 Van Pool Transportation LLC, MA
30.6800 151.4 Van Pool Transportation LLC, MA
30.9600 D051 WQPQ949 H. W. Martin Refrigeration, 501 East Woods Dr, Lititz, PA
33.6600 114.8 KCD566 Fire/EMS Dispatch - Truro MA
33.7800 114.8 KNGE459 EMS dispatch - Falmouth MA
33.8000 179.9 KXV431 Fire/EMS Dispatch - Windham Co CT
33.8200 141.3 KCO372 FD/EMS - Calvert County, MD
33.8200 179.9 Fire Dispatch - Possible KAV469 - Colchester, New London, CT
33.8600 179.9 Tolland County Mutual Aid, CT
35.0800 141.3 Unidentified US business
35.1800 186.2 Niles Flash Cab, Niles IL
35.4000 136.5 Unidentified US business
35.5200 146.2 Unidentified US business
35.8400 192.8 Unidentified US business
35.9400 110.9 William J Hanna Trucking, Bloomington IN
36.5000 150.0 US MIL
37.1000 162.2 KET358 Morgantown Utility Board, WV
37.4600 CSQ KWG479 PPL Electric Utilities Corporation, PA w/ Morse ID
37.6000 123.0 MA network radio checks
37.6600 CSQ KGA857 PPL Electric Utilities Corporation, PA w/ Morse ID
39.0600 110.9 MD State Parks
39.3400 127.3 MD State Police
39.5200 110.9 MD State Police
39.6000 110.9 EMS & Police Dispatch - Douglas MA
39.6400 110.9 MD State Police
39.7800 110.9 WPWC705 MD State Police
39.9600 110.9 MD State Police
46.3800 77.0 Fire Dispatch - Meriden CT
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Default Low band skip propagation map?

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Always remember to submit your confirmed frequencies to the database if they are not listed!
It'll benefit all of us!

I recently added Smyth County's 37.040 earlier too.
Can someone please post a link to a VHF Lo Band skip propagation map? Thanks Marvin
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Can someone please post a link to a VHF Lo Band skip propagation map? Thanks Marvin
QSO/SWL real time maps and lists
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Can someone please post a link to a VHF Lo Band skip propagation map? Thanks Marvin
Thank u sir
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I'm not hearing anything is the band dead or do i need a better antenna? Thanks Marvin
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The band was decent this morning but died our around noon here in the Kansas City area.
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The band was decent this morning but died our around noon here in the Kansas City area.
Thank u sir I was trying the 33 mhz band. What band is good for you?
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33 and 46 ranges are where I heard most.
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33 and 46 ranges are where I heard most.
Thank you very much sir
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