Sorry if this is a bit of an obscure question...
I'm considering jumping on the PSK-31 bandwagon, because it seems to be possible to get decent distances with relatively low power operation and comparatively poor propagation conditions. There seems to be a lot of PSK-31 activity in Europe on 20m; in fact, I can receive and decode conversations from all around Europe just using my laptop and my Tecsun scanner with its built-in antenna. I guess that's what working with a computer at morse speeds does for us.
For reasons that I've moaned about elsewhere, I probably can't afford afford a 20m transceiver, so although I can listen, I can't talk. I can, however, afford a cheap Chinese 10/11m transceiver, with SSB support, etc. However, I can't pick up any PSK-31 or similar on the 10/11m bands, even though there is notionally a centre of activity at 28120 kHz.
I don't know if that's because of propagation conditions, inadequate gear, or there's simply nobody there. I do pick up speech on SSB in this area -- not a huge amount, and not all the time, but some.
So: does anybody know whether anybody in the UK or Europe actually uses the narrow band digital allocation around 28070-28190 ? Or anywhere else in the 10m/11m area?