11175kHz USB

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11175kHz USB

Post by PeteRip » Sun Feb 01, 2009 9:48 am

Thought I should bung this freq up as I didn't see it pone any of the other pages.
USAF global HF freq. Quite interesting one. CB action or what ever it was called before it died used to devote about 1/2 a page to the comings and goings of the yanks.
Usually failry strong coming into Perth.


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Re: 11175kHz USB

Post by SOL » Fri Mar 06, 2009 1:56 pm

4.724 6.739 8.992 11.175 13.200 15.016 MHz are all listed as frequencies of the GHFS (Mainsale) network.
There are other frequencies attached to the network although I've never received any thing on them.
Still have some old Radio and Communications (incorporating Amature Radio Action Action and CB action) in the cupboard at home. :)
John Batty wrote the article "Shortwave Listening with a Difference" and covered all things interesting. (and military)
I used to really enjoy this mag, but sadly as radio as a hobby died so did the mags. :(
There was also section on WX Satellites by Arthur Andrews which gave good information on the Noaa and other weather satellites.
Radio as hobby was struck a blow when the mag closed.
Keep listening :D

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Re: 11175kHz USB

Post by Robb » Sat May 09, 2009 8:16 am

Never heard anything on 11175U unfortunately! Last night 13362U was good for AFN thou.
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Re: 11175kHz USB

Post by wayne » Sat May 09, 2009 1:33 pm

11175 khz quite good in the mornings here in Bunbury also parrallel 8992 khz with 'skyking, skyking - do not answer' from Andrews AFB.

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