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Dec 01st, 2011







     

>>> The Art & Skill of Radio-Telegraphy N0HFF

by N1IRZ

-SKCC
3.530 3.550 7.055 7.120 10.120 14.050 18.080 21.050 24.910 28.050 Mhz
-AM
29.000-29.200 MHz 3.870-3.885 Mhz
1.885 1.930 1.985 3.615 3.625 7.285 14.286 21.425 29.910 Mhz
-FM
29.600 FM Simplex
29.620-29.680 Mhz Repeater Outputs
-IOTA
3.530 3.755 7.055 10.115 14.040 14.260 18.098 18.128 21.040 21.260 24.920 24.950 28.040 28.560 Mhz
-QRP
3.560 3.690 7.030 7.090 10.106 10.116 14.060 14.285 18.096 21.060 21.285 24.910 24.950 28.060 28.360 Mhz
-PSK
3.580 7.035 10.140 14.070 18.110 21.070 24.920 28.120 Mhz
-DX
3.505 3.799 7.010 7.065 10.110 14.025 14.195 18.075 18.145 21.025 21.295 24.895 24.945 28.025 28.495 Mhz
-HF Pack
3.559CW 3.791USB 7.029,5CW 7.185USB 10.117,5CW 14.059CW 14.342,5USB 14,346USB 18.081CW 18.117,5USB 18.157,5USB 18.158CW 21.437,5USB 21.438CW 24.977,5USB 24.978CW 28.312,3USB 28.328CW Mhz
-Maritime Mobile
14.300 14.303 14.313 14.122.5 14.323 14.297 14.316 14.300 7.241 7.085 14.118 14.315 21.400Mhz

--10m FM repeaters
The standard 10-meter repeater offset is down 100 kHz.Some repeaters may require a CTCSS or PL tone.
29.510 - 29.590 Repeater inputs, (10 kHz spacing)
29.610 - 29.690 Repeater outputs, (10 kHz spacing)

>>>>> 10m FM repeaters list download Excel

   

- 2 m repeaters Shift TX = RX - 600Khz
TX 145.0000 - 145,1875 Mhz
RX 145,6000 - 145,7875 Mhz
-70cm repeaters Shift TX = RX - 7.6Mhz
TX 431,0500 - 431,8875 Mhz
RX 438,6500 - 439,4875 Mhz

CTCSS freq in SP QTH LOC:
JO74 – H JO84 – S JO94 – J KO04 – B KO14 – F KO24
JO73 – F JO83 – Q JO93 – H KO03 – A KO13 – O KO23
JO72 – D JO82 – O JO92 – F KO02 – S KO12 – M KO22
JO71 – B JO81 – M JO91 – D KO01 – Q KO11 – A KO21
JO70 – A JO80 – J JO90 – B KO00 – O KO10 – D KO20 – H
JN79 JN89 JN99 – A KN09 – M KN19 – B KN29
A = 67,0 B = 71,9 D = 77,0 F = 82,5 H = 88,5 J = 94,8 M = 103,5 O = 110,9 Q = 118,8 S = 127,3Hz

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Basic CW QSO

--- Checking to see if the frequency is clear

QRL? or QRL? DE SP9HZX K

If the frequency is busy,we may hear a C,R or QRL.And we don't respond.

--- Calling CQ

CQ CQ CQ DE SP9HZX SP9HZX SP9HZX K

--- Receiving the response

SP9HZX DE 9H3BK AR

--- Responding

9H3BK DE SP9HZX GM ES TNX FER CALL = UR RST 599 599 HR QTH TYCHY TYCHY = NAME ANDY ANDY ES SKCC 8988 8988 SO HW CPY? 9H3BK DE SP9HZX KN

--- Continuing QSO, extra info

9H3BK DE SP9HZX FB DREW TKS FER RPRT ES INFO = WX HR WARM ES WINDY TEMP 27C = RIG IS KNWD TS430S ES ANT GP UP 20M = HW CPI? 9H3BK DE SP9HZX KN

Here we can either complete the QSO or engage in a longer QSO,called Ragchew

--- Completing the QSO

9H3BK DE SP9HZX TNX FER FB QSO DREW = HPE CU AGN = VY 73 TO U ES URS SK 9H3BK DE SP9HZX


   

   

   

   

   

  


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