VK9WI Transmit Freqs.|
(See #1 below)
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(See #4 below)
#6 below)|| |
|30||10.104|| || |
( See #5 below)
(See #2 below)
( See #2 below)
|AO-10||TX 435.103 |
RX 145.900 +/-
(See #3 below)
|TX 435.103 LSB |
RX 145.900 +/- USB
(See #3 below)
The VK9WI operators will be running split, and will announce their listening frequencies as appropriate at the time.
(1) TOP BAND
Thanks to W8UVZ - George, we have the use of a Battle Creek Special antenna.
VK2ICV (VK9LX) - Nick has joined the Willis Team, so we should have an excellent chance of good 160m contacts.
Nick will alternate between 1.821 and 1.827 depending on circumstances.
(2) 6 Meters
The TS-60 will be listening to 50.110.
When the band opens, please advise us by calling VK9WI on 50.110. We'll then QSY to 50.115MHz.
The beacon is QRT because of excessive QRM to the 6M station due to close-in proximity.
Thanks to JE7RJZ - Nao, for loaning us an FT847,
VK4AFL - Trevor, for loaning us antennas, amps, and software, and
W6VPH - Bud, for coordinating and helping with everything.
Unfortunately due to personnel injuries AO-10 operations have been cancelled so
as to satisfy the overwhelming HF demand. Apologies to all
concerned. There is always next time!
to QRM experienced from 3.500MHz in EU we have now changed the 80M CW frequency
from 3.501 to 3.503MHz.
(5) 10M RTTY
RTTY towards the USA will occur at 2300 daily.
(6) 80M SSB
Unfortunately the BattleCreek Special does not tune up on 3.799MHz
All 80M operation is CW on 3.503MHz.