44.180 FM Sounds Like Cordless Phone?

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ReceiverBeaver

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Getting all of an obvious phone conversation on 44.180FM. Steady signal. Thought might be an image or something of a cordless phone from 46 or 49mhz but checked those freqs and did not hear this conversation. Also a solid unmodulated FM carrier at 44.300 at same time.

Anyone know what service or type of cordless phone might be using this frequency? TNX
 

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Hello. That's one of the 25 frqs. for cordless phone in low band.

Here's a list:
Channel Base Handset
1 43.720 48.760
2 43.740 48.840
3 43.820 48.860
4 43.840 48.920
5 43.920 49.020
6 43.960 49.080
7 44.120 49.100
8 44.160 49.160
9 44.180 49.200
10 44.200 49.240
11 44.320 49.280
12 44.360 49.360
13 44.400 49.400
14 44.460 49.460
15 44.480 49.500
16 46.610 49.670
17 46.630 49.845
18 46.670 49.860
19 46.710 49.770
20 46.730 49.875
21 46.770 49.830
22 46.830 49.890
23 46.870 49.930
24 46.930 49.990
25 46.970 49.970
 

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Thanks Mick, I was aware of the 10 channels starting with ch 16 on this list but not the others. Those most be really old phones. Appreciate it bud.
 

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You forgot something Mick, Lo Band abounds with unexplained dead carriers. Some may be receiver birdies while others are actually on the air 24/7. Then there was that crazy "tick-tock" on 50.0MHz with sidebands scattered around the lower portion of 6M. This was heard all up and down the East Coast for months last year.

Oh Beaver, I have no intention of taunting your avatar when you're a lot more fun. (;->)
 
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