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November 09, 2008

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Tom Welch

What bands have the most SSB activity?

¾ Blind

Try tuning around the ham radio voice (phone) bands: During the day 40 meters (40m) 7125 to 7300 kHz., 20m (14150 to 14350 kHz.), and 10m (28300 to 29700 kHz.). Evenings and nights 80m (3600 to 4000 kHz.) is active. Saturday evenings I always check the defacto pirate frequency of 6925 kHz. USB. Most pirates operate out of the east coast and Middle America, consequently signals on the west coast tend to be weak. But when conditions are right one can receive such pirates on a portable using just the telescoping whip.

wulf

Thanx for the information. Its really helpfull. I have Sony 7600 GR.

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