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RE: [30MDG] Re: JT65a easier than ever with JT65-HF.....30 Meters?

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  • don
    Just a further thought re jt65a If you logon to this site http://jt65.w6cqz.org/index.html You can see which band is being used, if someone has jt65HF running
    Message 1 of 6 , Jul 14, 2010
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      Just a further thought re jt65a

      If you logon to this site

      http://jt65.w6cqz.org/index.html

      You can see which band is being used, if someone has jt65HF running and listening to 30 meters they show on this logger

      theres also a chat option for a few lines of text

      I said before I listen on 10 137 but its actually 10 137. 8  that  I listen, seems to keep me away from those other funny noises

      Don zl1atb

       

       

      From: 30MDG@yahoogroups.com [mailto:30MDG@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Robin Hodgson
      Sent: Thursday, 15 July 2010 1:31 a.m.
      To: 30mdg@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: RE: [30MDG] Re: JT65a easier than ever with JT65-HF.....30 Meters?

       

       

      Hi all,
      I have been working with JT65A on 30 meters for about 3 months.  My experience is about the same as Fred (DL6XAZ).
      Worked about 35 stations, mostly Europeans but also South Africa, Canada. 
      Dial frequency I use is 10.138 MHz.  Power is either 3 watts or 30 watts.
      Problem is that unless you setup a sked (use Hamspots or W6CQZ) you will be unlikely to get an answer to a CQ call on 30 meters. Probably no-one is listening on the off-chance of a QSO. Good opportunity for 30MDG members to develop this mode here.
      JT65a afficianados congregate on 20 meters (14.076 MHz dial) and that does get rather busy.

      Hope to work other 30MDG members on the band/mode.

      73 de Robin,  9H1ZZ


      To: 30MDG@yahoogroups.com
      From: dl6xaz@...
      Date: Wed, 14 Jul 2010 11:22:51 +0000
      Subject: [30MDG] Re: JT65a easier than ever with JT65-HF.....30 Meters?

       

      Hi Don and all,
      I started with WSJT on 30m in Jan 2009, and having got used to the program I'll stick to it. JT65 is not heard very often on 30m but it has offered me some interesting QSOs until today:

      Start date UTC TX kHz Call Name QTH
      -------------------- -------- ------- ------- --------------------
      22-Jan-2009 12:48:00 10140.4 VE9DX Andy Rothesay NB
      14-Aug-2009 20:30:32 10139.7 G3JKN
      15-Aug-2009 20:02:00 10139.3 ES20W
      16-Aug-2009 15:55:00 10139.8 JA2ACI Ichy Tajimi nr Nagoya
      16-Aug-2009 20:23:00 10139.8 ON6NL
      18-Aug-2009 16:10:00 10139.8 JA2ACI Ichy Tajimi nr Nagoya
      19-Aug-2009 07:00:48 10138.0 G0UZP Paul Kidsgrove
      21-Aug-2009 09:20:04 10139.6 ON5DC
      22-Aug-2009 10:15:00 10139.3 F1ABL Michel
      22-Aug-2009 10:26:00 10139.3 EA5EM
      25-Aug-2009 20:06:00 10137.8 G6OKU
      05-Sep-2009 12:50:00 10138.4 ES2MA
      13-Sep-2009 13:56:00 10139.8 JA2ACI Ichy Tajima nr Nagoya
      14-Sep-2009 16:00:11 10139.3 OE7GJ Rudolf Kramsach
      05-Oct-2009 11:50:42 10141.7 EA4CWB
      08-Oct-2009 16:41:00 10140.2 RD3BI/3
      08-Oct-2009 16:51:00 10140.2 W7NBH Loren Sunnyside, WA
      13-Oct-2009 16:26:52 10139.4 RW3TP Victor N.NOVGOROD
      30-Oct-2009 17:28:00 10138.9 ZS6WAB
      14-Nov-2009 07:42:23 10143.3 F8RZ JEAN nr Cognac
      18-Dec-2009 13:54:00 10140.5 EA4CWB
      02-Jan-2010 09:57:00 10139.3 F1ABL Michel
      03-Jan-2010 09:44:00 10138.6 OH5RM
      12-Jan-2010 10:54:00 10139.0 EA4CWB
      14-Jan-2010 17:00:00 10141.3 ES2MA
      14-Jan-2010 17:56:00 10139.0 ZS6WAB
      15-Jan-2010 15:25:00 10140.0 WA5DJJ
      18-Jan-2010 17:27:00 10138.0 ZS6WAB
      02-Feb-2010 11:24:00 10139.3 IZ4CZL
      15-Feb-2010 17:29:00 10139.1 HA3DMF
      15-Feb-2010 17:53:00 10139.0 F6AQN
      27-Feb-2010 17:18:00 10140.0 RA4FER ZARECHNYI
      08-Mar-2010 16:20:00 10139.7 RV3FV Moscow
      24-Mar-2010 10:18:00 10139.7 G8IHT
      08-Apr-2010 13:13:00 10140.4 EB3JT Jordi Vilafranca
      16-Apr-2010 05:59:00 10140.6 EA2OK JUANJO HUESCA
      16-Apr-2010 20:23:00 10138.6 VE3ODZ TAMAS FENWICK, ON
      17-Apr-2010 19:56:00 10139.0 G3WXC Pete COWES, ISLE OF WIGHT
      18-Apr-2010 20:18:00 10139.3 KC2QFR ALFRED WAPPINGERS FALLS
      19-Apr-2010 20:18:00 10139.3 SP3GVX MAREK SLUBICE
      23-Apr-2010 16:45:00 10139.3 G8MIA Andy Thatcham
      24-Apr-2010 07:50:00 10138.0 IK2WJT
      24-Apr-2010 19:51:00 10139.4 VK4CMV JULIAN SUNSHINE PLAZA, QLD
      25-Apr-2010 09:01:00 10138.0 9A3GI
      13-May-2010 20:13:00 10139.6 DL2IPU
      22-May-2010 14:59:00 10140.2 UT5UBB Oleg Kiev
      02-Jun-2010 19:59:00 10139.2 9H1ZZ Robin BIRKIRKARA
      07-Jun-2010 21:20:00 10139.3 TF3HZ
      22-Jun-2010 14:54:00 10140.4 SO5AS Steve Komorow
      26-Jun-2010 20:46:00 10139.5 M3THN
      03-Jul-2010 19:52:00 10139.8 M3THN PAUL SWADLINCOTE
      07-Jul-2010 20:11:00 10139.0 DK3RA GUENTER SCHOENBERG

      When I call CQ I do so on 10.138 kHz dial; I have heard stns calling up to 10.139.5 kHz dial but very often colliding with other modes like WSPR, bpsk31, cw-beacons etc. The QRGs in the above list have the audio frequency added.
      Unfortunately, adding to the presently poor conditions, I suffer from a dreadful local noise level except for the night hours when people switch off their old telly sets, power line wlans and similar nuisances.
      I have seen your call on my screen but could not make it. One day we get each other in the log.
      Good luck, vy73 de Fred DL6XAZ #988

      --- In 30MDG@yahoogroups.com, "don" <don@...> wrote:

      >
      > Yes I am on this mode and worked Oleg
      >
      > 30 has been useless for me in Auckland New Zealand at the moment.
      >
      > Jt65a gets me dx I just wouldn't hear otherwise
      >
      > It picks up signals up to 25 db below the noise level, when the band is
      open
      > guys have been working it, at the moment everyone's gone back to 20
      meters.
      > But when the sun finally starts the new cycle, I am sure they will move
      back
      > again
      >
      > It's a boring mode probably 90% boredom 9% action and 1% excitement
      >
      > It works well 15 to 20 watts on a wire it was designed to work qrp
      >
      > Freq is usually a bit lower on 10 137 plus or minus to stay clear of other
      > psk and wspr modes
      >
      > The new jt65HF software is easier to use than the older wsjt program
      >
      > Don zl1atb
      >
      >
      >
      > From: 30MDG@yahoogroups.com
      [mailto:30MDG@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Don
      > Sent: Wednesday, 14 July 2010 2:59 p.m.
      > To: 30MDG@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: [30MDG] Re: JT65a easier than ever with JT65-HF.....30 Meters?
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > Oleg DL2IPU,
      >
      > Sounds good...hope others here on the list give it a try on 30 Meters.
      Where
      > on 30 Meters is the most JT65-HF traffic? 10.138?
      >
      > Anyone in the list already active in this mode? And if so your experiences
      > with the program and or JT65 activity on 30 Meters?
      >
      > Thanks again
      > Don KB9UMT 30MDG#0001
      >
      > --- In 30MDG@yahoogroups.com
      <mailto:30MDG%40yahoogroups.com> ,
      > "oleg_sergin" <oleg_sergin@> wrote:
      > >
      > > Hi everybody,
      > >
      > > let me try doing some advertisement and try get more people for JT65a
      > besides 20 meters
      > >
      > > Since some months, it is simpler than ever to work JT65a, with
      W6CQZ's new
      > "JT65-HF" program, available here:
      > > http://groups.google.com/group/jt65-hf/
      > >
      > > There is an accompanying web site, with chat and reporter (reverse
      > beacons) network:
      > > http://jt65.w6cqz.org/
      > > Yet another one is
      > > http://www.chris.org/cgi-bin/jt65talk
      > >
      > > http://hamspots.net/ stays
      allrounder, of course
      > >
      > > see you on bands, especially above and below 20 meters...
      > >
      > > vy 73
      > > Oleg DL2IPU
      > >
      >

       


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