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W9FE

Ham Radio Corner

animated arrow(Formerly WD9DSS, DA1UZ, KE9MN, & WD9T)

 

Voice Contact Info:

HF-7.258 MidCars / VHF 145.230 Mhz / UHF 444.250 Mhz / DMR Illinois-Link (31171)

 

PGP Public Key: 0x28571C433AEB2659

 

My Station

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 For SSB: Kenwood TS-940S  / Alpha 78 amplifier / Antenna: Butternut HF6V vertical

 For Digital and SSTV: Icom IC-718 / Ameritron AL-811 / Antenna: Hustler 5BTV Vertical

 24/7 Winlink HF Gateway: Icom IC-7300 /  Antenna: Modified Military 80/40 meter AS2259/GR NVIS Crossed Dipole antenna.

 24/7 Winlink VHF Gateway: Motorola Syntor (100 Watts) / Antenna: Hustler G7 (101' HAAT)

24/7 APRS Digipeater / TX-Igate: Azden PCS-2000 / Mirage B215 (150 Watts) / Antenna: 11 Element Cushcraft A144-11 (101' HAAT)

 24/7 NOAA WX Satellite Recording Station: SDRPlay RSP2 / Raspberry Pi 3 / Antenna: Double Cross Antenna (DCA)

Antenna Height Above Average Terrain Calculator

 

 

Licensed since 1977

Novice-1977;  General-1978;  Advanced-1988;   20wpm Extra-1988

Formerly: WD9DSS, KE9MN, WD9T & DA1UZ

 

Station photos circa 1980

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CATCH ME ON

Olivia, Feld Hell, and SSTV Modes

  

Olivia images / artwork by M0ZZM, Raul

 

 

REMEMBER THAT IF YOU USE THE DIAL FREQUENCY (THE SECOND FREQUENCY PER ROW),
SET YOUR WATERFALL CENTER AT 1500 Hz)

PLEASE, TURN ON RSID (TXID and RXID in FLdigi)!

I like Ragchewing and this is a great ragchew mode....

  Please no Macro QSO's (just type to me)

You can find more info on this great Digital ragchew mode at:

http://oliviadigitalmode.net

https://www.facebook.com/groups/olivia.hf/

 

 

Hellschrieber

 

 

Feld Hell Frequencies

 

 Band  Frequency
 160 Meters  1.843-1.844 MHz
 80 Meters  3.576-3.584 Mhz
 40 Meters  7.077-7.086 MHz
 30 Meters  10.137-10.134 Mhz Region 1
 20 Meters  14.063 MHz-Preferrred
 14.073* MHz-See Note
 17 Meters  18.104 MHz
 15 Meters  21.074 Mhz
 12 Meters  24.924 MHz
 10 Meters  28.074
 6 Meters  50.286 MHz

 

Note: For 20 meter ops, the FHC calling frequency is 14.063 and UP to 14.069. PSK31 ops are on 14.070 and the QRP club uses 14.060 as their calling frequency. We do not wish to cause interference to each other. A reminder, QRP is a power reference, not a mode. If using 14.073, be sure to avoid interference with the JT65 or FT8 area. Even though some may encroach on our segment, we need to be be the good guys!

 

Hellschrieber / Feld-Hell Club Net

The Hellschreiber/Feld Hell Club Net will be held in FSK HELL-105 mode Thursday evening in North America with early check-ins beginning at 8:45 PM EDT (Friday morning at 0045 UTC day & time).

  Net start time in North America:

Thursday at 9 PM EDT (Friday morning at 0100 UTC day & time)

7089.50 kHz (center) = (7088 kHz dial + 1500 Hz waterfall).

Mode: FSK HELL-105 (Aka FMHELL)

Join up with us on the Feld HellClub Group

 

Feld Hell Club website

Feld Hell Community Facebook Page

Feld Hell Club Membership Roster

 

Monthly Hellschrieber Sprints

2019 Sprint Schedules

Hellschrieber Sprint Rules

 

 

Slow Scan Television (SSTV)

 

The World Slow-Scan Television Club is no longer active

Here are links to the Membership Roster that I have gleaned from Archived files and saved to my shared drive...

WSSTVC Membership Roster.pdf

WSSTVC Membership Roster.doc

WSSTVC Membership Roster.xls

 

SSTV Frequencies

 Visit W9FE's SSTV HamCam

Click link to download frequency list... SSTV Frequencies.pdf

 

 Band  Frequency
 160 Meters  1.916 MHz
 80 Meters  3.730 Mhz - Analog - IARU Region 1
 3.733 MHz - Digital - IARU Region 1
 3.845 MHz - USA/Canada
 3.857 MHz - USA/Canada
 40 Meters  7.058 MHz - Digital IARU Region 1
 7.171 MHz - Analog
 7.173 MHz - Digital
 7.228 MHz - Analog / Digital SSTV Nets
 30 Meters  10.132 Mhz - Narrow Band Digital (MP73-N) - USA/Canada
 10.144 MHz - Narrow Band Digital (MP73-N) - IARU Region 1
 20 Meters  14.230 MHz - Analog
 14.233 MHz - Digital
 14.236 MHz - Digital Voice
 17 Meters  18.117 MHz - Narrow Band Digital (MP73-N)
 15 Meters  21.337 Mhz - Digital
 21.340 MHz - Analog
 12 Meters  24.927 MHz - Narrow Band Digital (MP73-N)
 10 Meters  28.660 - 28.700 MHz - SSTV Operating Frequencies
 28.680 MHz - USA/Canada
 28.690 MHz - SSTV Repeaters
 28.700 MHz - SSTV Repeaters
 29.550 MHz - FM Digital SSTV
 6 Meters  50.680 MHz
 2 Meters  145.500 MHz - FM Digital SSTV
 145.550 MHz - SSB SSTV
 145.600 MHz - FM SSTV
 145.800 MHz - ISS Downlink R0ISS
 145.990 MHz - ISS UpLink R0ISS
 1.25 Meters  223.850 MHz - FM SSTV
 33 cm  902 - 902.8 MHz SSTV
 23 cm  1295 - 1295.8 MHz SSTV

 

 

DMR

Catch me on the Illinois-Link DMR Talkgroup (31171)

ILLINOIS LINK

DMR, P25, NXDN: 31171

C4FM: YSF 83132, WiresX 21565

DSTAR: XLX334G, DCS334G, XRF334G

Illinois Link Facebook Page:

 https://www.facebook.com/groups/134653443864572/

 

  NEW TO DMR?

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W9FE'S

HAMSHACK RULES TO LIVE BY

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My Wallpaper

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 Carlos Arzuagas-W9FE

 W9FE-Life With Goldens

 Bunker Hill SkyWarn-W9FE

 

 Also visit my personal webpage and also My Ham Radio Blog Page

 

QSL Info:

 LOTW, Direct, Buro, EQSL...

73's and Good DX...See you on the Bands!

 

 

Personal Links 


W9FE Ham Radio Corner Blog My Ham Radio History My Ham Radio Deluxe Logbook
W9FE NOAA Satellite Images Analog Slow Scan TV (SSTV) W9FE LiveStream HamCam
Digital Slow Scan TV (DSSTV) St. Louis Area DMR Codeplugs Rhett's Life 1998-2012



PitaPata - Personal picturePitaPata Dog tickers

Rhett's Memorial Page



Golden Retriever Puppy Buyers Checklist

Golden Retriever Club of America

 

 



 

 

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