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Some samples of various VHF-and-up signals heard at this QTH...

33 CM

23 CM

AE6EQ on 902.010 MHz (1-20-2005,sequence 1) W6QIW on 1296.1 (1-25-2005)
AE6EQ on 902.010 MHz (1-20-2005, sequence 2) K6TSK on 1296.1 (1-25-2005)
WA6QAK on 902.010 MHz (1-20-2005) N6XQ CW beacon on 1296.320 (1-1-2005)
KJ6KO CW beacon on 903.3 WA6KLK on 1296.11 (2-15-2005)
W6QIW on 902.01 (3-1-2005) WZ6X on 1296.11 (2-15-2005)
  K7NOM on 1296.11 (2-15-2005)
222 MHz WA6QAK on 1296.11 (2-22-2005)
AE6EQ on 222.1 MHz (1-20-2005) N6KLD on 1296.11 (2-22-2005)
K6IBY on 222.1 (1-24-2005) WA6UAP on 1296.11 (2-22-2005)
  K6NC on 1296.11 (2-22-2005)
  WA9WBV on 1296.11 (3-1-2005)

This one is interesting to monitor, and demonstrates excellent UHF weak-signal techniques...it's a sked between W6QIW (Santa Barbara) and WA6KLK (Willits). My antenna is on W6QIW (250 miles to my South), WA6KLK is off of the back of the array (145 miles to my North). WA6KLK is transmitting the first half of each minute,  W6QIW the second half.