11676Re: [wsjtgroup] 2m JT9 Terrestrial
- Sep 20, 2013Hi Rein - Yes, FCC regs say CW only below 144.100 and as mentioned CW only below 50.100 for 6m. I think the JA's (and maybe others had to do digi below 144.100 but that may have changed. I know I worked a couple of 2m EME qso's with JA's running split several years ago.
From: "rein0zn@..." <rein0zn@...>
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Subject: Re: [wsjtgroup] 2m JT9 Terrestrial
Is there any difference between 14.076 MHz ( or 3576, 7.076 MHz & others ) and 144.076 MHz from a FCC or IARU regulations point of view?
EME WSJT is from ~ 144.100 MHz- 144.170 or so.
73 Rein W6SZ
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>Ron - .076 is in the CW only part of the 2m band. While 2m is not particularly crowded, the current default of 144.489 seems too high to me. Most JT65(b) activity for MS (FSK441), EME and terrestrial (65B) has traditionally been in the 144.100-144.150 range. My thought is move the "076/078" terrestrial default for 2m to 144.176/.178. I'd be interested in what other VHF'ers think - NA in particular. What little 2m SSB I've done has been from about 144.185 up, usually 144.200+.
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>Subject: [wsjtgroup] 2m JT9 Terrestrial
>What application is used to operate terrestrial JT9 on 2 meters 144.076. JT9 drop down band selector has default 2m frequency as 144.489 and is not changeable. Or am I using the wrong software?
>Thanks all, Ron n6paa
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