2093Re: CQ 14107
- Jul 26, 2013Hi guys.
Here in Europe the freqs are different but I would never NOT answer a US station calling on 14.107 :)
Might I suggest that you use one of the FREE ACCESS SDR radios to spot activity in Eu and maybe call on 'active' freqs.
I use the WEB_SDR network http://www.websdr.org/
The Dutch RX (Station 1) is particularly useable as its full HF coverage.
Regards -Phil (G0DOR)
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> Anyone still at 14.107 USB at 32/1000 ? And, center at 750Hz?
> I just tuned up, there. Will monitor for a short bit... then may call CQ
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