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N0RQ Suggestion for Band of the Day

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  • bill
    DAYS of the month / MHz - Band [freq] 1st (also 2nd): 1 MHz - 160m (USB dial freq 1838, others?) 3rd (also 4th-6th): 3 MHz - 80m (USB dial freq 3576) 7th (also
    Message 1 of 5 , Jun 11, 2013


      DAYS of the month / MHz - Band [freq]
      1st (also 2nd): 1 MHz - 160m (USB dial freq 1838, others?)
      3rd (also 4th-6th): 3 MHz - 80m (USB dial freq 3576)
      7th (also 8th-9th): 7 MHz - 40m (USB dial freqs: 7076, sometimes 7039)
      10th (also 11th-13th): 10 MHz - 30m (USB dial freq: near 10138 +-)
      14th (also 15th-17th): 14 MHz - 20m (USB dial freq 14076)
      18th (also 19th-20th): 18 MHz - 17m (USB dial freq: usually 18090-18102)
      21st (also 22nd-23rd): 21 MHz - 15m (USB dial freq: 21076)
      24th (also 25th-27th): 24 MHz - 12m (USB dial freqs: 24917 or 24920)
      28th (also 29th-31st): 28 MHz - 10m (USB dial freq: 28076)


      Dave N0RQ
      www.powerlinenoise.com/n0rq/

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    • Roger Gray
      I have not decoded any JT9 transmissions in the last 24 hours on the 30 Meter frequency listed Roger
      Message 2 of 5 , Jun 12, 2013
        I have not decoded any JT9 transmissions in the last 24 hours on the 30
        Meter frequency listed
        Roger
        >
        >
        >
        > DAYS of the month / MHz - Band [freq]
        > 1st (also 2nd): 1 MHz - 160m (USB dial freq 1838, others?)
        > 3rd (also 4th-6th): 3 MHz - 80m (USB dial freq 3576)
        > 7th (also 8th-9th): 7 MHz - 40m (USB dial freqs: 7076, sometimes 7039)
        > 10th (also 11th-13th): 10 MHz - 30m (USB dial freq: near 10138 +-)
        > 14th (also 15th-17th): 14 MHz - 20m (USB dial freq 14076)
        > 18th (also 19th-20th): 18 MHz - 17m (USB dial freq: usually 18090-18102)
        > 21st (also 22nd-23rd): 21 MHz - 15m (USB dial freq: 21076)
        > 24th (also 25th-27th): 24 MHz - 12m (USB dial freqs: 24917 or 24920)
        > 28th (also 29th-31st): 28 MHz - 10m (USB dial freq: 28076)
        >
        > Dave N0RQ
        > www.powerlinenoise.com/n0rq/
      • Sam Morgan
        If you will check the WSJT-X Configuration/Default frequencies tab I believe you will find the JT-9 frequency for the 30m band is 10.130 the frequencies listed
        Message 3 of 5 , Jun 12, 2013
          If you will check the WSJT-X Configuration/Default frequencies tab
          I believe you will find the JT-9 frequency for the 30m band is 10.130

          the frequencies listed in the previous email are for JT-65 frequencies
          originally found listed here:
          http://www.powerlinenoise.com/n0rq/JT65-HF/

          On 6/12/2013 9:36 AM, Roger Gray wrote:
          > I have not decoded any JT9 transmissions in the last 24 hours on the 30
          > Meter frequency listed
          > Roger
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > > DAYS of the month / MHz - Band [freq]
          > > 1st (also 2nd): 1 MHz - 160m (USB dial freq 1838, others?)
          > > 3rd (also 4th-6th): 3 MHz - 80m (USB dial freq 3576)
          > > 7th (also 8th-9th): 7 MHz - 40m (USB dial freqs: 7076, sometimes 7039)
          > > 10th (also 11th-13th): 10 MHz - 30m (USB dial freq: near 10138 +-)
          > > 14th (also 15th-17th): 14 MHz - 20m (USB dial freq 14076)
          > > 18th (also 19th-20th): 18 MHz - 17m (USB dial freq: usually 18090-18102)
          > > 21st (also 22nd-23rd): 21 MHz - 15m (USB dial freq: 21076)
          > > 24th (also 25th-27th): 24 MHz - 12m (USB dial freqs: 24917 or 24920)
          > > 28th (also 29th-31st): 28 MHz - 10m (USB dial freq: 28076)
          > >
          > > Dave N0RQ
          > > www.powerlinenoise.com/n0rq/
          >


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          GB & 73
          K5OAI
          Sam Morgan
        • Ed
          After some days of successful operation I am now getting an error when I bring up the program .. After a scan, when the next Decode period begins a separate
          Message 4 of 5 , Jul 9 1:55 PM

             

            After some days of successful operation I am now getting an error when I bring up the program …. After a scan,  when the next Decode period begins  a separate Windows error message box pops up stating,  “ The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process” .   The Band Activity window in WSJT shows a line stating,  “ Error in KV decoder, or no KV decoder presen “ (sp) .

            I might add that the Decode button remains lit,  also.

             

            Ed   K7AAT

             

          • Ed
            I forgot to add that if I click OK on the Windows error message window, the WSJTX program begins functioning again. After some days of successful operation I
            Message 5 of 5 , Jul 9 1:57 PM

              I forgot to add that if I click ‘OK’ on the Windows error message window,  the WSJTX program begins functioning again.

               

               

              After some days of successful operation I am now getting an error when I bring up the program …. After a scan,  when the next Decode period begins  a separate Windows error message box pops up stating,  “ The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process” .   The Band Activity window in WSJT shows a line stating,  “ Error in KV decoder, or no KV decoder presen “ (sp) .

              I might add that the Decode button remains lit,  also.

               

              Ed   K7AAT

               

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