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Reminder....ALL Digital Mode VHF/UHF Contest...Feb 9th..today

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  • Don <dhobson123@aol.com>
    Anyone that might be interested that uses digital modes and has a multiband/mode HF/VHF/UHF rigs......there will be an ALL Digital Mode VHF/UHF Contest on
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      Anyone that might be interested that uses digital modes and has a
      multiband/mode HF/VHF/UHF rigs......there will be an ALL Digital Mode
      VHF/UHF Contest on February 9th, 2003 and everyone and anyone is
      Welcome to participate no matter the number of digital contacts made
      or size of station....ALL are Welcome. This is to promote digital
      use and experimentation on VHF/UHF and hope it might have some
      interest to some of you. Thank You....please go to this website for
      more details:

      http://hometown.aol.com/dhobson123/html/Page_1x.html

      (Wall Certificates will go out to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners of
      high and low power.....to promote more digital use on VHF/UHF anyone
      sending in a log will be in a drawing for a registered copy of MIXW
      softare to the winner)

      Thanks for reading......de kb9umt Don EN50dp
      (trying to promote experimentation and digital use on VHF/UHF)
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/PSK_VHF_UHF_HAMRADIO/

      This is NOT an official band plan but a guide for most "normal"
      digital activity and areas will vary in different places so please
      use common courtesy and if you are unsure ask local operators and or
      listen.....but never run digital on the SSB/CW calling frequencies or
      the EME subbands

      6 Meters CW/SSB/Digital
      50.060-50.080 CW Beacons (unattended sub-band)
      see: <<http://www.keele.ac.uk/depts/por/50.htm>>
      50.080-50.100 CW QSO's
      50.100-50.125 DX Window
      50.110 DX Calling Frequency
      50.125 North American SSB Calling Frequency
      50.133-50.430 Voice Nets see: <<http://6mt.com/nets.htm>>
      <<http://www.google.com>>
      50.255 FSK441 lower practical limit for most QSO's
      50.270 FSK441 Calling Frequency
      50.285 FSK441 upper practical limit for most QSO's
      50.290 SSB PSK31
      50.291 BEACONet^31 (with +1500hz PSK audio)
      50.300 or 50.700 RTTY?
      6 Meters
      50.680 SSTV

      2 Meters CW/SSB/Digital
      144.00-144.05 EME (CW)
      144.05-144.06 Propagation beacons (old band plan)
      144.06-144.10 General CW and weak signals
      144.10-144.20 EME and weak-signal SSB
      144.140 WSJT FSK441/JT44 calling frequency
      144.110 to 144.160 WSJT FSK441 or JT44 (around this area)
      144.131 BEACONet^31 (with +1500hz PSK audio)
      144.150 SSB PSK/HELL/MFSK16/SSTV
      144.200 National SSB calling frequency
      144.20-144.30 General SSB operation, upper sideband
      144.275-144.300 New beacon band
      2 Meters FM Digital modes
      145.500 SSTV (National SSTV Simplex FM Frequency)
      145.550 PSK31, Hellschreiber


      70 Centimeters CW/SSB/Digital
      420.00-426.00 ATV repeater or simplex with 421.25 MHz video carrier
      control links and experimental
      426.00-432.00 ATV simplex with 427.250 MHz video carrier frequency
      432.00-432.07 EME (Earth-Moon-Earth)
      432.07-432.08 Propagation beacons (old band plan)
      432.08-432.10 Weak-signal CW
      432.100 70 cm calling frequency
      432.11-432.20 WSJT JT44/FSK441 ?
      432.150 SSB PSK
      432.10-433.00 Mixed-mode and weak-signal work
      432.30-432.40 New beacon band
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