Agree: Simply Do PSK31 on 14.070
- I agree, Lets simply do PSK31 on 14.070... its
more interesting to the scouts, and it fits the
There is plenty of room elsewhere for CW
for those (few) who make it a part of the programs.
Ray Sirois N1RY
- At 10:04 -0400 22/04/2003, ray@... wrote:
>I agree, Lets simply do PSK31 on 14.070... itsThis is probably the way its gonna evolve anyway. The main thrust
>more interesting to the scouts, and it fits the
>There is plenty of room elsewhere for CW
>for those (few) who make it a part of the programs.
should be, however, to forestall a future conflict between JOTA CW
and PSK31 by officially changing the JOTA CW frequency. It's far to
easy for a CW operator to overlook the weak PSK31 signals and carry
on a QSO on top of them without even realizing he's interfering.
FWIW, I work both CW and PSK31 although I've switched to PSK for JOTA.
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