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Re: [30MDG] Re: What are "exotic modes"

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  • Phil Williams
    Well done Andy. Philw de KA1GMN On Jun 11, 2011 5:40 AM, Andy obrien wrote: The exotic modes are usually references to modes that are
    Message 1 of 17 , Jun 11, 2011

      Well done Andy.

      Philw de KA1GMN

      On Jun 11, 2011 5:40 AM, "Andy obrien" <k3ukandy@...> wrote:


      The "exotic"  modes are usually references to modes that are not heard very often.

      Here is the mode guide..

      Common As Crows Or Pigeons (seen daily almost everywhere, any time of day):  PSK31, JT65A,

      Common as Starlins or Sparrows (Seen daily almost everywhere but you might have to wait a few minutes to an hour or so) WSPR,  RTTY 45, PACTOR, 300 Baud Packet, Regular SSTV, ALE141, QRSs.

      Common Finches (not uncommon but you can go several hours without hearing them) Olivia, PSK63, PSK125, MFSK16, Feld-Hell, FSK441, ROS,

      Wood Thrush (Sometimes around quite a bit but can disappear for days at a time, not as common in certain geographic areas ).  Thor, Throb,ThrobX,  MT63, NP-73 SSTV, PSK500 (Europe) Contestia, JT6M, FMHell, Robust Packet.

      Yellow-eyed Junco (can often go 1-2 weeks  without hearing, often restricted to the Americas):  DominoF, DominoEX, Hell 80, JT4A, JT65B, JT65C, DIANA, MFSK8, QPSK31, QPSK63, ALE400. RTTY 50/75. PSK10, PSK63F, DTMF, ISCAT

      Madagascar Pochard (you may never hear them, sometimes just once in a blue moon)  ) Chip64, PSKAM10, PSK220F, PAX/PAX2, AMTOR, MFSK64. MFSK128, PSKH, RTTYM, JT4B, JT4C, JT4D, JT4E, JT4F. JT4G, Echo. PACTOR 4 (rumored sightings  only)

      Andy K3UK

      On Sat, Jun 11, 2011 at 5:15 AM, Phil Williams <ka1gmn@...> wrote:


      > MultiPSK is an outstanding application....philw de ka1gmn

      > On Fri, Jun 10, 2011 at 10:49 PM, Don <dhobson123@...> wrote:
      >> Hi Ken,
      >> ...

      Philw de KA1GMN

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