2010/05/04 VHF Low Band

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kkn50

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2010/05/04 VHF Low Band - South Texas EL09
Uniden BCD396T with Dipole Antenna

FREQ....SQ....DESCRIPTION
30.2200 131.8 Taxi dispatch in Spanish
30.4750 136.5 Identified in early 90s as high security taxi in El Salvador
30.5800 91.5 Business
31.2800 179.9 Trucks - heard frequently in 2009
31.2800 D031 SCADA
31.2900 192.8 Business "at Midwestern Builders?"
32.1500 150.0 US MIL w/ high wind warning
32.1800 77.0 Taxi dispatch in Spanish
32.3400 127.3 Taxi dispatch in Spanish
32.3500 150.0 US MIL
33.0200 192.8 Business
33.0400 D131 Business
33.0600 123.0 Business
33.1400 123.0 Business
33.7000 FD "North Union Township"
33.7200 141.3 Taxi dispatch in Spanish
33.9400 67.0 Spanish
34.0400 127.3 Taxi dispatch in Spanish
34.1750 150.0 US MIL - Infantry training "Gunslinger"
34.4500 150.0 US MIL
35.1000 127.3 Business "special delivery in Twinsbrook"
35.1000 D172 Business
35.1400 141.3 Business
35.2800 156.7 Business
35.2800 146.2 Business
35.2800 D371 Business
35.3600 146.2 "he didn't pay you no money cause you tore the concrete up"
35.3600 127.3 Business
35.4400 131.8 Business
35.7200 118.8 Business
35.7200 100.0 Repeater w/ business comms
35.8000 203.5 Business
35.8200 123.0 Business
35.8800 162.2 Business
35.9800 94.8 Business - gravel trucks
36.1500 150.0 US MIL
37.1000 179.9 Police
37.1200 156.7 FD/EMS/PD "9330 Hwy 45 North" - Possible Madison Co AR
37.1600 156.7 Sheriff Boone Co AR
37.2600 123.0 "Come to the office"
37.7200 151.4 Electrical Utility
37.7600 173.8 Business
37.8200 CSQ Electrical Utility
37.9000 100.0 Spanish
37.9200 156.7 Taxi dispatch in Spanish
38.0000 150.0 US MIL
38.3000 150.0 US Mil
38.3500 150.0 US MIL - "Mountain Area Training Area One"
38.5000 150.0 US MIL - Range Control
38.7500 150.0 US MIL
38.7750 150.0 US MIL - "Gunslinger 11"
39.1800 D023 "they need to go to the clinic"
39.2200 186.2 CA HP
39.2600 118.8 CA HP
39.3600 162.2 CA HP
39.4000 162.2 CA HP
39.5200 173.8 CA Orange County Freeway Service Patrol
39.6000 150.0 US MIL - Range Control
39.6800 118.8 CA HP
39.7200 162.2 CA HP
39.8000 162.2 CA HP
39.8800 118.8 CA HP
39.9800 206.5 NE FD Rural
40.2000 150.0 US MIL - "Sierra 16"
41.5000 150.0 US MIL
41.5750 150.0 US MIL
41.8000 150.0 US MIL - Range Control
42.0400 D174 NE HP
42.0600 203.5 MO HP, KAA243
42.1200 118.8 CA HP
42.1200 186.2 MO HP
42.1200 203.5 MO HP
42.1400 186.2 MO HP
42.1600 94.8 MS HP
42.1800 D155 NE HP, KAB311, Troop C - Grand Island Dispatch
42.3000 D155 NE HP
42.3000 D174 NE HP
42.3000 D265 NE HP
42.3000 D465 NE HP
42.3200 203.5 MO HP
42.4000 173.8 MO HP
42.4200 173.8 TN HP
42.4400 162.2 CA HP
42.4600 D131 NE HP
42.4600 D155 NE HP
42.4600 D244 NE HP
42.4600 D265 NE HP, Troop D - North Platte Dispatch, Cozad Tower
42.4600 D423 NE HP, Troop D - North Platte Dispatch, Ogallala Tower
42.4600 D465 NE HP
42.4600 D532 NE HP
42.4800 D032 NE HP
42.4800 D114 NE HP
42.5200 192.8 CA HP
42.5600 107.2 TN HP
42.5600 118.8 CA HP
42.5800 186.2 MO HP
42.6400 186.2 MO HP
42.8200 186.2 MO HP
42.8600 203.5 MO HP
42.8800 146.2 CA HP
42.9200 162.2 CA HP
42.9200 173.8 NC HP
42.9400 203.5 MO HP
42.9600 162.2 Business
43.0200 91.5 Business
43.0400 107.2 "he's coming to North Platte"
43.1000 103.5 Business
43.1000 100.0 Business
43.4000 136.5 Business
43.5000 Spanish
44.2400 CSQ "Exit 65 on Interstate 20"
44.3800 146.2 Business
44.7000 77.0 OK HP
44.7800 186.2 Police
44.8000 114.8 Spanish
44.8000 167.9 Possible NM Game & Fish
44.9000 77.0 OK HP
44.9200 167.9 Possible NM Game & Fish
44.9400 186.2 CA HP
44.9800 146.2 Possible NM San Juan Hwy Maintenance
45.0200 186.2 CA HP
45.1200 156.7 Business
45.2200 77.0 OK HP
45.3000 CSQ Spanish
45.5200 186.2 CA HP
45.7000 186.2 CA HP
45.9200 156.7 Buses
45.9400 110.9 VA DOT - delivering sand bags
45.9800 203.5 AL prison, KYB888 Frank Lee Youth Center, Speigner, AL
46.0800 151.4 FD - Bartow Co GA <confirmed>
46.1000 CSQ FD - Citrus Springs, FL
46.5600 146.2 GA "Early county" calling "Houston county"
47.0000 150.0 US MIL
47.1400 162.2 Highway crew
47.2000 162.2 KWJ375, State of Nebraska
47.2400 162.2 KLK647, State of Nebraska
47.4800 156.7 Repeater, "opening Aztec 1101, you're in the clear"
47.5200 156.7 Repeater, "Aztec 11 is out"
47.5400 146.2 Buses
47.5800 123.0 Buses
47.7200 156.7 Repeater - electrical utility
47.7800 151.4 Repeater - Utilities
47.8200 103.5 Repeater
47.8200 156.7 Repeater - electrical utility
47.8400 100.0 Water utility
48.3600 110.9 CW ID "488" - City of Los Angeles, Dept of Water & Power
48.5400 107.2 KMJ657, Metropolitan Water Dist of Southern CA, Iron Mtn Pumping Plant, 15 Mi W Rice, San Bernardino County
48.5400 107.2 KMJ656, Metropolitan Water Dist of Southern CA, Black Metal Peak 2 mi No Parker Dam, San Bernardino County
48.7000 118.8 Water utility
 
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33.70 "North Union Township"
Dispatch would have been made by KGF-301 off of our South Tower on the Summit Mountain, Uniontown, Fayette County, PA

330W Low band Micor with the antenna at the 125' mark on the tower

Glad to see the old beast is getting out!

Tony
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kkn50

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It was 10-8 in South Texas. Did I miss the tone or is it carrier squelch?

33.70 "North Union Township"
Dispatch would have been made by KGF-301 off of our South Tower on the Summit Mountain, Uniontown, Fayette County, PA

330W Low band Micor with the antenna at the 125' mark on the tower

Glad to see the old beast is getting out!

Tony
Fayette County 911
 

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low band loggings

I wonder how old some of those loggings are. Sounds like some of them might go back to the last peak of the solar cycle; others sound like typical summer sporadic E reception.
 

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I wonder how old some of those loggings are. Sounds like some of them might go back to the last peak of the solar cycle; others sound like typical summer sporadic E reception.
I doubt they go back to the last peak. . . .
Who particularly cares if they are the typical summer sporadic E reception.

The gentleman from Texas is reporting what skip he is receiving.

The one in question from "North Union Township" on 33.70 did occur on the day he reported. So I personally have no doubt as to the validity of the rest of his reports.

Kudos to him for reporting this info to us in the SKIP monitoring forum.
 

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I doubt they go back to the last peak. . . .
Who particularly cares if they are the typical summer sporadic E reception.

The gentleman from Texas is reporting what skip he is receiving.

The one in question from "North Union Township" on 33.70 did occur on the day he reported. So I personally have no doubt as to the validity of the rest of his reports.

Kudos to him for reporting this info to us in the SKIP monitoring forum.
I also can saythat he's reporting what he's receiving.some of his west coast stuff has showen up here in wisconsin over the past few days.and all of the south america skip shows up here too.
 

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The logs I post are for the date noted. Those logs are for May 4th, 2010. All stations listed were recorded and logged on that day.

I have a Uniden BCD396T scanner running 24/7 with ARC auto-logging and auto-recording software that is dedicated to VHF Low Band only. The program generates logs and makes a separate WAV file for each time the squelch is open. The WAV files naming format is FREQ_DESCRIPTION_DATE_TIMESTART_TIMEEND so it is easy when listening to a file to know the freq, date and time it was recorded.

Also, all of my logs are in UTC which means for me the end of the day is 7:00 pm (CDT).

I wonder how old some of those loggings are. Sounds like some of them might go back to the last peak of the solar cycle; others sound like typical summer sporadic E reception.
 
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