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Re: Six meter calling freq. 50.260

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  • ve2dsb@yahoo.com
    I agree with you Dale, same as 144.140 for 2m MS. Some time I make the mistake to call on 140 and not spliting freq I agree but next time i ll do the best as I
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 28, 2011
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      I agree with you Dale, same as 144.140 for 2m MS.

      Some time I make the mistake to call on 140 and not spliting freq I agree but next time i'll do the best as I can to make it the best way to make QSO.

      73 Dale and HNY

      --- In wsjtgroup@yahoogroups.com, "wa4cqg" <dalepeterson@...> wrote:
      >
      > With increased activity on WSJT (which is great!) I suggest the time has come to use 50.260 only as a calling frequency...never an operating frequency...even during random hours. When one uses 260 to make contacts, it prevents others within normal tropo range from making random QSOs by either listening or calling...as the calling frequency is in use. Most operators now understand:
      >
      > "CQ WA4CQG UP 7" or
      > "CQ 267 WA4CQG"
      >
      > Operating in this fashion moves contacts off the calling freq. as soon as possible.
      >
      > And this procedure can certainly be explained to newcomers on PJ. Let's keep the fun going and limit frustrations.
      >
      > Thanks for thinking about this. What do you think?
      >
      > 73
      > Dale WA4CQG
      >
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