|Subject: Interesting Web Page found Sat Jul 31, 2021 5:57 pm|| |
I have found this Website, probably already mentioned here but found some the info interesting enough
Moderators please remove if not allowed:
Below is my extract, notice the 2 highlighted bits especially about the taxi dispatcher. Also did not realise there was SSTV on this band? something learned everyday Freeband 11 Meter Frequency Ranges Bands§ 24.265 MHz - 24.705 MHz - Band A on 12-band radios 24.265 MHz - 29.655 MHz i.e. Superstar 158EDX, etc.§ 24.715 MHz - 25.155 MHz - Band B on 12-band radios - includes 12 meter ham radio band 24.890 MHz - 24.990 MHz § 25.165 MHz - 25.605 MHz - Band A on 8-band radios 25.165 MHz - 28.755 MHz Galaxy DX 99, DX 98VHP, DX 99V2, etc.§ 25.615 MHz - 26.055 MHz - Band A on most export radios - often used by taxi cabs and trucking companies (AM mode in the Americas, AM or FM elsewhere)§ 26.065 MHz - 26.505 MHz - Band B - often used by taxi cabs, trucking companies and hunting clubs§ 26.285 MHz USB - 26 MHz international calling frequency (commonly used in Europe)§ 26.515 MHz - 26.955 MHz - Band C - "low band" or "lowers" all sorts of users, AM in the Americas, mixture of AM and FM elsewhere§ 26.565 MHz - 26.955 MHz - German CB channels 41-80, FM mode only, heavily used in Europe § 26.605 MHz AM - alternate to 26.585 MHz (see also, 26.575 MHz, 26.595 MHz)§ 26.695 MHz AM - alternate to 26.705 MHz and 26.715 MHz§ 26.735 MHz AM - CB channel 19 "down one band" - truckers are often heard here (see also 27.635 MHz)§ 26.740 MHz LSB - European packet and PSK31 frequency§ 26.810 MHz LSB - European packet and PSK31 frequency§ 26.820 MHz LSB - European packet and PSK31 frequency§ 26.830 MHz LSB - European packet and PSK31 frequency§ 26.835 MHz AM - CB channel 28 down one band (similar to 26.815 MHz, 26.905 MHz, 26.915 MHz, etc)§ 26.840 MHz LSB - European packet and PSK31 frequency§ 26.905 MHz AM - alternate to 26.915 MHz, others, Mexican taxicab dispatcher lady also logged on this frequency§ 26.965 MHz - 27.405 MHz - Band D - legal CB band - "mid band", "FCC band" or "CEPT" band§ 27.085 MHz AM - CB channel 11 - AM DX calling channel - the original calling channel from the 23 channel CB days § 27.125 MHz AM - CB channel 14 - often used as a local AM CB channel, also used for AM CB in Europe and UK§ 27.235 MHz FM - European packet PSK31 channel - channel 24§ 27.235 MHz USB - European digital modes ROS data modes channel § 27.245 MHz FM - European packet PSK31 channel§ 27.245 MHz USB - European digital modes ROS data modes channel § 27.265 MHz AM - CB channel 26 - AM DX calling channel, see also: 27.025 AM, 27.085 AM, 27.285 AM§ 27.275 MHz USB - UK SSB calling England mid band SSB frequency ch. 27§ 27.285 MHz AM - CB channel 28 - AM DX calling channel, see also: 27.025 MHz, etc§ 27.315 MHz AM - CB channel 31 - AM DX calling channel (secondary)§ 27.315 MHz FM - European FM calling channel § 27.385 MHz LSB - CB channel 38 - SSB DX calling channel, LSB mode - North American SSB channel (see also: 27.375 LSB, 27.395 LSB)§ 27.405 MHz - 27.855 MHz - Band E - "high band" or "uppers", mixture of SSB, AM and FM § 27.555 MHz USB - international 11 meter DX calling frequency§ 27.60125 MHz - 27.99125 MHz - UK FM 27/81 CB (UK only) also CADS/WPAS Channels LW01-LW40 UK, Ireland (AM/FM modes, Church broadcasts) straight 10 kHz channel steps § 27.635 MHz USB - digital modes found here in Europe (ROS, PSK31)§ 27.635 MHz AM - CB channel 19 "up one band" - truckers are often heard here (see also 26.735 MHz, 28.085 MHz, 25.635 MHz, 26.285 MHz)§ 27.700 MHz USB - international 11 meter SSTV frequency§ 27.735 MHz USB - international 11 meter SSTV frequency (alternate, also digital SSTV) 27.855 MHz - 28.305 MHz - Band F - up to 27.995 MHz (channel 11A) popular with taxicabs and truckers, although truckers are often heard above 28.000 MHz it is stronglyadvised that freebanders stay below 28 MHz
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|Subject: Re: Interesting Web Page found Sun Aug 01, 2021 7:16 am|| |
I've seen this and several similar lists around the web Tony.
A lot seem to be in historical reference and I don't think in all my years I've heard any SSTV, (but recently heard the whale drones of FT8 on mid-band!
All interesting stuff though.
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|Subject: Re: Interesting Web Page found Sun Aug 01, 2021 12:52 pm|| |
Good post, Tony.
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