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Re: FSK441 and ISCAT 6m "watering holes"?

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  • Roger
    Jim, The 6m calling frequency is 50.260. It is recommended (see for example the WSJTGROUP webpage) to be a split frequency calling frequency. Generally, do
    Message 1 of 2 , May 8, 2013
      Jim,

      The 6m calling frequency is 50.260. It is recommended (see for example the WSJTGROUP webpage) to be a "split frequency" calling frequency. Generally, do not call CQ and work stations without using the following convention: "CQ 267 CALLSIGN" . Call on 260 and then work the responding station on the split frequency once you receive his reply on 267 or another announced split. It is fine to CQ and work stations on a single frequency other than 50.260. There is a manual in "Help" in the latest WSJT software that covers many aspects of operating such as CQing and valid QSOs. A powerpoint for beginners can be found in the files section of this Group and tutorials are available at www.meteorscatter.org .

      Roger, VE1SKY


      --- In wsjtgroup@yahoogroups.com, "mdgolfbum" <jim@...> wrote:
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      > Where should I be calling CQ for these modes?
      >
      > Thanks
      >
      > Jim AB3CV
      >
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