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  • Tom Consodine
    Jim I have worked a few MT63 stations around 28130, 21130, 18105 and of course 14108. I haven t heard any on 12m or 30m and I don t operate below 30m. Tom ND5Y
    Message 1 of 19 , Nov 15, 2001
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      Jim I have worked a few MT63 stations around
      28130, 21130, 18105 and of course 14108.
      I haven't heard any on 12m or 30m
      and I don't operate below 30m.

      Tom ND5Y

      --- CG-AUX / ARLHS <weidner@...> wrote:
      > what is the 10 meter MT63 freq?
      > Wat are freqs on other bands?
      >
      > Jim Weidner, FSO-CS
      > U S Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 06-05-160
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    • w8isg@juno.com
      28130 24925 21130 18105 14109.5 14109.3 10145 7037 L 3635 L 1822 L On Thu, 15 Nov 2001 00:37:45 -0500 CG-AUX / ARLHS
      Message 2 of 19 , Nov 15, 2001
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        28130
        24925
        21130
        18105
        14109.5
        14109.3
        10145
        7037 L
        3635 L
        1822 L

        On Thu, 15 Nov 2001 00:37:45 -0500 "CG-AUX / ARLHS" <weidner@...>
        writes:
        > what is the 10 meter MT63 freq?
        > Wat are freqs on other bands?
        >
        > Jim Weidner, FSO-CS
        > U S Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 06-05-160
        > US Coast Guard Lightship Sailors Association
        > http://arlhs.com
        >
        >
        > > -----Original Message-----
        > > From: Frank Hunt [mailto:ditdah@...]
        > > Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2001 0:37 AM
        > > To: MT63@yahoogroups.com
        > > Subject: Re: [MT63] activity
        > >
        > >
        > > Yes as Jim says it's a great idea to put a time/date stamp on
        > your CQ
        > > calls.
        > >
        > > There is plenty of MT63 activity its just a matter of being in
        > the
        > > shack at the right time.
        > >
        > > So far this month of November, I have worked or copied 31
        > stations on
        > > MT63, 26 on 14MHz and 5 on 28MHz, including 14 stations who I
        > have
        > > never copied or worked before.
        > >
        > > Recently 28MHz has been good for ZL-USA around 2000-0100UTC, and
        > good
        > > for ZL-Europe around 1000-1200UTC.
        > >
        > > 73, Frank ZL2BR
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      • CG-AUX / ARLHS
        Tom, You mention 14.108 -- Is this to be preferred over 14.109.5, which is where I have been listening. Jim Weidner, FSO-CS U S Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla
        Message 3 of 19 , Nov 15, 2001
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          Tom,
          You mention 14.108 -- Is this to be preferred
          over 14.109.5, which is where I have been listening.

          Jim Weidner, FSO-CS
          U S Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 06-05-160
          US Coast Guard Lightship Sailors Association
          http://arlhs.com


          > -----Original Message-----
          > From: Tom Consodine [mailto:nd5y@...]
          > Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2001 8:07 AM
          > To: MT63@yahoogroups.com
          > Subject: RE: [MT63] activity
          >
          >
          > Jim I have worked a few MT63 stations around
          > 28130, 21130, 18105 and of course 14108.
          > I haven't heard any on 12m or 30m
          > and I don't operate below 30m.
          >
          > Tom ND5Y
          >
          > --- CG-AUX / ARLHS <weidner@...> wrote:
          > > what is the 10 meter MT63 freq?
          > > Wat are freqs on other bands?
          > >
          > > Jim Weidner, FSO-CS
          > > U S Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 06-05-160
          > > US Coast Guard Lightship Sailors Association
          > > http://arlhs.com
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        • CG-AUX / ARLHS
          Tnx for frequencies -- I ll be listening. Capt. Jim Weidner, K2JXW, X-10 = 4365 aboard the vessel Sandy Claws President, Amateur Radio Lighthouse Society
          Message 4 of 19 , Nov 15, 2001
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            Tnx for frequencies -- I'll be listening.

            Capt. Jim Weidner, K2JXW, X-10 = 4365
            aboard the vessel "Sandy Claws"
            President, Amateur Radio Lighthouse Society
            http://arlhs.com



            > -----Original Message-----
            > From: Brent Web [mailto:brentweb@...]
            > Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2001 8:01 AM
            > To: MT63@yahoogroups.com
            > Subject: Re: [MT63] activity
            >
            >
            > Hi Jim
            > Here is the list of MT63 freqs that I have:
            > 1.822 LSB
            > 3.635 LSB
            > 7.037 LSB
            > 10.145 USB
            > 14.109.5 USB (Most operate at 14.109.3)
            > 18.105 USB
            > 21.130 USB
            > 24.925 USB
            > 28.130 USB
            >
            > I usually operate on either 14.109.3 but have also found activity on
            > 28.130
            >
            > Good Luck and 73 de NR3G
            > Brent A. Webb USN (Ret.)
            > ----- Original Message -----
            > From: "CG-AUX / ARLHS" <weidner@...>
            > To: <MT63@yahoogroups.com>
            > Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2001 12:37 AM
            > Subject: RE: [MT63] activity
            >
            >
            > > what is the 10 meter MT63 freq?
            > > Wat are freqs on other bands?
            > >
            > > Jim Weidner, FSO-CS
            > > U S Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 06-05-160
            > > US Coast Guard Lightship Sailors Association
            > > http://arlhs.com
            > >
            > >
            > > > -----Original Message-----
            > > > From: Frank Hunt [mailto:ditdah@...]
            > > > Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2001 0:37 AM
            > > > To: MT63@yahoogroups.com
            > > > Subject: Re: [MT63] activity
            > > >
            > > >
            > > > Yes as Jim says it's a great idea to put a time/date
            > stamp on your CQ
            > > > calls.
            > > >
            > > > There is plenty of MT63 activity its just a matter of being in the
            > > > shack at the right time.
            > > >
            > > > So far this month of November, I have worked or copied 31
            > stations on
            > > > MT63, 26 on 14MHz and 5 on 28MHz, including 14 stations who I have
            > > > never copied or worked before.
            > > >
            > > > Recently 28MHz has been good for ZL-USA around
            > 2000-0100UTC, and good
            > > > for ZL-Europe around 1000-1200UTC.
            > > >
            > > > 73, Frank ZL2BR
            > > >
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          • CG-AUX / ARLHS
            Tnx for the freqs. I ll be listening... Capt. Jim Weidner, K2JXW, X-10 = 4365 aboard the vessel Sandy Claws President, Amateur Radio Lighthouse Society
            Message 5 of 19 , Nov 15, 2001
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              Tnx for the freqs. I'll be listening...
               
               

              Capt. Jim Weidner, K2JXW, X-10 = 4365
              aboard the vessel "Sandy Claws"
              President, Amateur Radio Lighthouse Society
              http://arlhs.com

               

              Jim Weidner, FSO-CS
              U S Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 06-05-160
              US Coast Guard Lightship Sailors Association
              http://arlhs.com
               

              -----Original Message-----
              From: Gilles Paré [mailto:gilles.par2@...]
              Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2001 7:56 AM
              To: MT63@yahoogroups.com
              Subject: Re: [MT63] activity

              Hi Jim here are some frequencies that might help you:
              on the different bands ( that were given me by Les, VK2DSG,
              .... 1822 L, 3635 L, 7037 L, 10145 U, 14109.5 U, 18105 U, 21130 U,
                   24925 U, 28130 U ....)
               
              Good chance  but we have to be patient since MT63 om  are coming  on and off on frequencies.
               
               
              73,
               
              Gilles  ve2ft
              ----- Original Message -----
              Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2001 12:37 AM
              Subject: RE: [MT63] activity

              what is the 10 meter MT63 freq?
              Wat are freqs on other bands?

              Jim Weidner, FSO-CS
              U S Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 06-05-160
              US Coast Guard Lightship Sailors Association
              http://arlhs.com


              >   -----Original Message-----
              >   From: Frank Hunt [mailto:ditdah@...]
              >   Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2001 0:37 AM
              >   To: MT63@yahoogroups.com
              >   Subject: Re: [MT63] activity
              >
              >
              >   Yes as Jim says it's a great idea to put a time/date stamp on your CQ
              >   calls.
              >
              >   There is plenty of MT63 activity its just a matter of being in the
              >   shack at the right time.
              >
              >   So far this month of November, I have worked or copied 31 stations on
              >   MT63, 26 on 14MHz and 5 on 28MHz, including 14 stations who I have
              >   never copied or worked before.
              >
              >   Recently 28MHz has been good for ZL-USA around 2000-0100UTC, and good
              >   for ZL-Europe around 1000-1200UTC.
              >
              >   73, Frank ZL2BR
              >
              >
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            • Gerber Chris
              ... Well I have to correct the phrase on the 20 meter part which says mostly operated on 14109.3 khz thats wrong we are using since over 3 years time 14109.5
              Message 6 of 19 , Nov 15, 2001
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                Brent Web wrote:

                >Hi Jim
                >Here is the list of MT63 freqs that I have:
                >1.822 LSB
                >3.635 LSB
                >7.037 LSB
                >10.145 USB
                >14.109.5 USB (Most operate at 14.109.3)
                >18.105 USB
                >21.130 USB
                >24.925 USB
                >28.130 USB
                >
                >I usually operate on either 14.109.3 but have also found activity on
                >28.130
                >
                >Good Luck and 73 de NR3G
                >Brent A. Webb USN (Ret.)
                >----- Original Message -----
                >From: "CG-AUX / ARLHS" <weidner@...>
                >To: <MT63@yahoogroups.com>
                >Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2001 12:37 AM
                >Subject: RE: [MT63] activity
                >
                >
                Well I have to correct the phrase on the 20 meter part which says
                mostly operated on 14109.3 khz thats wrong we are using since over 3
                years time
                14109.5 or 14109.45 khz because for not overlapping others which are 1
                khz up or down
                I wonder where the cilly 14109.3 cames from ?

                Chris HB9BDM
              • Stig Schyffert
                Yes 14.109,45 is fine because a Packet station is just 600Hz up, just enougth for the DSP filter Stig / SM0BKZ
                Message 7 of 19 , Nov 15, 2001
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                  Yes 14.109,45 is fine because a Packet station is just 600Hz up, just enougth
                  for the DSP filter

                  Stig / SM0BKZ

                  Gerber Chris wrote:

                  > Brent Web wrote:
                  >
                  > >Hi Jim
                  > >Here is the list of MT63 freqs that I have:
                  > >1.822 LSB
                  > >3.635 LSB
                  > >7.037 LSB
                  > >10.145 USB
                  > >14.109.5 USB (Most operate at 14.109.3)
                  > >18.105 USB
                  > >21.130 USB
                  > >24.925 USB
                  > >28.130 USB
                  > >
                  > >I usually operate on either 14.109.3 but have also found activity on
                  > >28.130
                  > >
                  > >Good Luck and 73 de NR3G
                  > >Brent A. Webb USN (Ret.)
                  > >----- Original Message -----
                  > >From: "CG-AUX / ARLHS" <weidner@...>
                  > >To: <MT63@yahoogroups.com>
                  > >Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2001 12:37 AM
                  > >Subject: RE: [MT63] activity
                  > >
                  > >
                  > Well I have to correct the phrase on the 20 meter part which says
                  > mostly operated on 14109.3 khz thats wrong we are using since over 3
                  > years time
                  > 14109.5 or 14109.45 khz because for not overlapping others which are 1
                  > khz up or down
                  > I wonder where the cilly 14109.3 cames from ?
                  >
                  > Chris HB9BDM
                  >
                  >
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                • holzbauer@bbnp.com
                  Don t think I could get away with operating MT-63 at 7037 kc...MT- 63 is too wide to operate there. And, have never heard any activity in that part of the
                  Message 8 of 19 , Nov 16, 2001
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                    Don't think I could get away with operating MT-63 at 7037 kc...MT-
                    63 is too wide to operate there. And, have never heard any activity
                    in that part of the band. Perhaps a higher frequency would work
                    better. Willing to try.
                    Jim, KU4VE
                  • holzbauer@bbnp.com
                    Just worked John VE1CDD on MT-63 on 14108.12 mc....was surprised to see some one on that frequency. We used 500 hz with short interleave. Very sucessful once
                    Message 9 of 19 , Nov 16, 2001
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                      Just worked John VE1CDD on MT-63 on 14108.12 mc....was surprised to
                      see some one on that frequency. We used 500 hz with short
                      interleave. Very sucessful once we got things sorted out.
                      I really need to get some sort of interface here....
                      Jim, KU4VE
                    • J Goodwin
                      Hi all, Used that frequency because 14109.5 was busy with TF3 and JK1 stations. I know VK s will also use that frequency when things get busy. My vote is for
                      Message 10 of 19 , Nov 17, 2001
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                        Hi all,

                        Used that frequency because 14109.5 was busy with TF3 and JK1 stations. I
                        know VK's will also use that frequency when things get busy.
                        My vote is for 14109.3 due to QRM from other stations. Actually I give the
                        other stations the QRM, they where there first.
                        73's John VE1CDD


                        > Just worked John VE1CDD on MT-63 on 14108.12 mc....was surprised to
                        >see some one on that frequency. We used 500 hz with short
                        >interleave. Very sucessful once we got things sorted out.
                        > I really need to get some sort of interface here....
                        > Jim, KU4VE
                        >
                      • Sain'T Tom
                        Anybody ready for some MT63 activity on 15 meters?? DX or NA. I will be listening all weekend. I am located near Pensacola, FL 73 Tom K4RV ... From: J
                        Message 11 of 19 , Nov 17, 2001
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                          Anybody ready for some MT63 activity on 15 meters??  DX or NA.
                           
                          I will be listening all weekend.  I am located near Pensacola, FL
                           
                          73
                          Tom K4RV
                           
                           
                          ----- Original Message -----
                          From: J Goodwin
                          Sent: Saturday, November 17, 2001 6:22 AM
                          Subject: Re: [MT63] activity


                          Hi all,

                          Used that frequency because 14109.5 was busy with TF3 and JK1 stations. I
                          know VK's will also use that frequency when things get busy.
                          My vote is for 14109.3 due to QRM from other stations. Actually I give the
                          other stations the QRM, they where there first.
                          73's John VE1CDD


                          >   Just worked John VE1CDD on MT-63 on 14108.12 mc....was surprised to
                          >see some one on that frequency.  We used 500 hz with short
                          >interleave.  Very sucessful once we got things sorted out.
                          >   I really need to get some sort of interface here....
                          >   Jim, KU4VE
                          >



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                        • Victor Kershaw
                          Hi ..... Regarding spots on 20mtrs for MT63 activity. 14107.400 use to be the popular frequency in the past and when the current chosen frequencies are busy I
                          Message 12 of 19 , Nov 17, 2001
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                            Hi .....


                            Regarding spots on 20mtrs for MT63 activity.

                            14107.400 use to be the popular frequency in the past and when the current
                            chosen frequencies are busy I drop down to this spot which is normally
                            clear - see you there.

                            Vic
                            G 3 G K I
                          • Jim/KJ7S
                            Tell me where you ll be on 15 mtrs...we ll listen and see if we can hook up...de Jim KJ7S Utah ... From: Sain T Tom To: MT63@yahoogroups.com Sent: Saturday,
                            Message 13 of 19 , Nov 17, 2001
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                              Tell me where you'll be on 15 mtrs...we'll listen and see if we can hook up...de Jim KJ7S  Utah
                              ----- Original Message -----
                              Sent: Saturday, November 17, 2001 6:02 AM
                              Subject: Re: [MT63] activity

                              Anybody ready for some MT63 activity on 15 meters??  DX or NA.
                               
                              I will be listening all weekend.  I am located near Pensacola, FL
                               
                              73
                              Tom K4RV
                               
                               
                              ----- Original Message -----
                               
                            • Ray James
                              - ... activity ... I heard and called LU8EKM a few days ago at about 23.45z on 7037 so there is some activity. Heard him initially working an LU3 and could
                              Message 14 of 19 , Nov 17, 2001
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                                -- In MT63@y..., holzbauer@b... wrote:
                                > Don't think I could get away with operating MT-63 at 7037 kc...MT-
                                > 63 is too wide to operate there. And, have never heard any
                                activity
                                > in that part of the band. Perhaps a higher frequency would work
                                > better. Willing to try.
                                > Jim, KU4VE

                                I heard and called LU8EKM a few days ago at about 23.45z on 7037 so
                                there is some activity. Heard him initially working an LU3 and could
                                copy both solid. Unfortunately, all I got was a QRZ :-(
                                Not the best frequency but going lower is not on and higher isn't
                                going to be any better either. As long as there isn't to much other
                                data mode operation, it will work.
                                73 de Ray GM4CXM.
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