From: Les Keppie <leskep@...>
Sent: Wednesday, November 2, 2011 7:17 PM
Subject: Re: [V4Protocol] Active frequencies
Regards this statement
<<<<< 3573 kHz would be a good freq for VK-land also. I think you had a
<<<<< in your message, and you actually meant 3573 kHz.
and at bottom of page look a
Australian Band Plans 111008.pdf
Read Note 2 - 3620 to 3640 kHz is the digital
area in VK for 80m band
On Wed, 02 Nov 2011 21:00:34 +1100, Stan Kozlowitz <aa5xo@...
> John, The 80-mtr frequency in the US would be 3573 kHz (not 3073). The
> US amateur 80-mtr band starts at 3500 kHz for Extra class licensees.
> The General and Advanced class allocation is from 3525 to 3600 kHz.
> 3073 is probably a military frequency with some
MARS (Military Auxiliary
> Radio System) activity.
> Good luck with V4Chat. It is a fun mode.
> Stan Kozlowitz
> From: John Elliott <jaellio@...>
> To: V4Protocol@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Tuesday, November 1, 2011 10:28 PM
> Subject: [V4Protocol] Active frequencies
> RegardsCan I confirm that the accepted frequencies for operation are
> 3073 14073 21073 28073 ??.
> Anybody monitoring any of those frequencies on a regular basis ??.
> Would like to have a go a long haul HF.
> John Elliott
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