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locked Re: Spectrum Display Vertical Scaling #mainscreen

Reino Talarmo
 

Clicking on the lower edge of the spectrum display window and pulling it down until it stops expands the vertical scale of the spectrum display presenting "Frequency vs Signal Amplitude", but the water fall divisions remain the same height.
The waterfall division height is defined by the N Avg value.

73, Reino OH3mA


locked Re: Spectrum Display Vertical Scaling #mainscreen

Alan G4ZFQ
 

On 24/06/2022 07:42, Chuck Moore via groups.io wrote:
I have been wanting to change the vertical scaling on the water fall part of the spectrum
display.
With the controls visible adjust N Avg.
The mouseover says what it does, waterfall scrolling rate. I think 5 is default, 10 halves the speed.

73 Alan G4ZFQ


locked Spectrum Display Vertical Scaling #mainscreen

Chuck Moore
 

I have been wanting to change the vertical scaling on the water fall part of the spectrum
display. Reading through the documentation, I can find info on changing the frequency
scaling on the horizontal axis. Have run into a stone wall on changing the height of the
vertical division scale.

Clicking on the lower edge of the spectrum display window and pulling it down until it stops
expands the vertical scale of the spectrum display presenting "Frequency vs Signal Amplitude",
but the water fall divisions remain the same height.

Regards WD4HXG

OS Version _____________ Windows 10
Build # _________________ 19044.1766
WSJT-X Version # _______ v2.6.0-rc1 6744bc
PC ___________________ Lenovo i5 Intel


locked Re: colors #WSJTX_config

Pietro Molina
 

Because the order is important... the first == true decides the colour.

Pietro I2OIM

Il giorno gio 23 giu 2022 alle ore 23:50 Dave Garber <ve3wej@...> ha
scritto:

why dragging??

Dave Garber
VE3WEJ / VE3IE


On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 1:29 PM Alan, W5CIB <theoldxmusicman@...>
wrote:

In the 'Colors' page in 'Settings' it won't let me rearrange the lines.
I can click and hold on a line and drag it to another position but when
I
release the mouse button the line I moved disappears. I have to Cancel
the settings page, or Reset the page to get the line back. ???










locked #WSJTX_config #WSJTX_config

Dan Knepper
 

Greetings,

On W10, v2.5.4 on was successfully multicasting to GridTracker and ACLog via 224.0.0.1 port 2237 (loopback_5, TTL 1). After a reboot (no OS updates), multicast appears to be non-functional. No changes were made to configs of any of the three programs involved, but neither GT nor ACL are now receiving via 224.0.0.1 port 2237. On WSJT the three UDP boxes are still checked as is the use TCP box.

GT and ACL work fine one at a time after changing WSJT back to 127.0.0.1.

Any hints?

Thanks.

DLK


locked Re: FIELD DAY FT4 & FT8 FREQUENCIES #frequency

Kermit Lehman
 

I always operate FT modes in FD and all my contacts have always been in the normal FT sub-bands. 

There may be activity elsewhere, but I kind of doubt it.

73,
Ken, AB1J

-----Original Message-----
From: Jerry <deawarej96@...>
To: main@wsjtx.groups.io <main@WSJTX.groups.io>
Sent: Thu, Jun 23, 2022 10:59 pm
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] FIELD DAY FT4 & FT8 FREQUENCIES #frequency

They perhaps haven’t specified them for Field Day as technically FD is not a contest. It’s an emergency preparedness exercise.

Jerry
KB2GCG
On Jun 23, 2022, at 4:59 PM, K4NDN <e.evans1369@...> wrote:

Good information. Is there a way to verify this?

On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 4:55 PM Joe Subich, W4TV <lists@...> wrote:


ARRL have recommended the same "contest" sub-bands for all digital
contests.  That they haven't specified them for Field Day looks like
an oversight since FD is run by the Communications Department rather
than Member Services (Contest and Awards Desks) who normally handle
contests.

Here are the subands from the ARRL International Digital Contest:



FT4 and FT8 recommended subbands (as of June 2022)-



FT-4 Recommended Sub-bands

(Technician licensees are limited (per FCC Rules) to using only the
10 and 6 meter subbands {see below in bold}):

1.836-1.840 (users are encouraged to avoiding WSPR operations on 1.840)
3.580-3.590
7.080-7.090
14.080-14.090
21.080-21.090
28.080-28.090
50.330 to 50.340

When choosing your operating frequency, set the radio dial at the
bottom of the sub-band and QSO with stations on audio frequencies
within the radio passband, typically 2.5-4 kHz wide. If a sub-band
becomes crowded, move the radio dial frequency up in 2 kHz
increments, as needed. (For example: 7.080, 7.082, 7.084, 7.086 and
7.088) >


FT-8 Recommended Sub-bands

(Technician licensees are limited (per FCC Rules) to using only the
10 and 6 meter subbands {see below in bold}):

1.840-1.844 (users are encouraged to avoiding WSPR operations on 1.840)
3.590-3.600 (No Digital above 3600)
7.090-7.100
14.090-14.100
21.090-21.100
28.090-28.100
50.340 to 50.350

When choosing your operating frequency, set the radio dial at the
bottom of the sub-band and QSO with stations on audio frequencies
within the radio passband typically 2.5-4 kHz wide. If a sub-band
becomes crowded, move the radio dial frequency up in 2 kHz
increments, as needed. (For example: 7,090, 7.092, 7.094, 7.096 and
7.098)
Note: These "recommended frequencies" will conflict with any traditional
RTTY Field Day activity

73,

    ... Joe, W4TV

On 2022-06-23 4:27 PM, K4NDN wrote:
The ARRL has not released any information on a frequency change for field
day. One would think that since we begin setup in about 14 hours that no
frequency change will be recommended.
But who knows?

On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 4:12 PM Joe WB9SBD <nss@...> wrote:

Not necessarily,

The ARRL suggested different FT freqs in the past because of the
terrible confusion that happens when NON FD people try to work you. so
contesting was often placed somewhere else so not to have csual non
contesting users cause that mess.

Joe WB9SBD / W9ET

On 6/23/2022 2:43 PM, K4NDN wrote:
Those frequencies which we use during any other event, it is not a F/H
event.

On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 3:26 PM Dick- K9OM via groups.io <RLVZ=
aol.com@groups.io> wrote:

Wondering what FT4 & FT8 frequencies are likely to be the hot spots
during
this weekends Field Day?

73, Dick- K9OM






--
Eric J Evans
Amateur Radio Operator: K4NDN
Elkton, VA. USA, 22827
Grid: FM08qj
540.335.6178
e.evans1369@...


--
K4NDN





1800systems@...
 

Tengo instalado WSJT-X, todo de lo lindo pero dejo de decodificar mensajes, la frecuencia esta a reventar y no decodifica nada, la maquina una Dell, procesador I5, con menos de la mitad del disco usado win11, la laptop es nueva así que descartado que sea el procesador que pierde velocidad, des instale el soft. Lo volví a instalar y nada, libere de archivos temporales por si por ahí va el tema nada, instale el soft en otra maquina y de vuelta al aire pero la emoción duro poco volvió a dar el problema, si alguien sabe por que pasa esto y la forma de solucionarlo se los agradecería porque no puedo estar comprando laptops para un par de días ajaja, saludos


locked Re: FT-991a-Signalink-serial cable setup - Again #Yaesu

Richard ORourke
 

Yes , but as I go farther in the build process I’m running compatibility
issues with the fftw3 libraries

This is Fedora 36 and WSJTX 2.6.0 problem building from source.

A real bear to config but thanks for any help you can give me

W0EWN

On Tue, Jun 21, 2022 at 4:42 PM Keith <geek4096@...> wrote:



Rick
Did you get an answer to your question? I have a functional 991a setup
here and would be happy to share any info I have to help you.
73
Keith/KI5US


On 6/17/22 21:05, Rick Hatton wrote:
Ft-991a
Opesnsuse Linux 15.3
Wsjt-x 2.5.4 (latest in repository)

I am again trying to get my 991A working with a serial cable and
signalink.
I have CAT working.
I can receive and decode with wsjtx.
I have PTT - MOL - the Signalink PTT light lights, the 991a transmit
light lights.. no power out.
Has anyone gotten this working? I have fldigi working.

As for the 991a's USB port... there are often problems using it with
another external sound card in the system.










--
Install# Fedora 36 provides boost-devel-1.76.0-11.fc36.i686,
wsjtx asking for boost0devel-1.71

error:
Problem: conflicting requests
- nothing provides libboost_filesystem.so.1.71.0()(64bit) needed by wsjtx-2.6.0_rc1-1.x86_64
- nothing provides libboost_log.so.1.71.0()(64bit) needed by wsjtx-2.6.0_rc1-1.x86_64
- nothing provides libboost_log_setup.so.1.71.0()(64bit) needed by wsjtx-2.6.0_rc1-1.x86_64
- nothing provides libboost_thread.so.1.71.0()(64bit) needed by wsjtx-2.6.0_rc1-1.x86_64
(try to add '--skip-broken' to skip uninstallable packages)


locked Re: colors #WSJTX_config

JTAlert Support (VK3AMA)
 

On 24/06/2022 02:44, Alan, W5CIB wrote:
In the 'Colors' page in 'Settings' it won't let me rearrange the lines. I can click and hold on a line and drag it to another position but when I release the mouse button the line I moved disappears. I have to Cancel the settings page, or Reset the page to get the line back. ???
Perhaps you should have mentioned that this is with the WSJT-Z clone.

WSJT-X colors drag and drop works fine.

de Laurie VK3AMA


locked Re: Windows 11 WSJT-X Installation #windows11

Rick Tavan
 

What are you using to run Windows 10 and 11 on an M1 Mac? I'm using
Parallels Desktop but haven't been able to access serial ports. I'm using
TCP for rig control. Using PD | Devices, I was able to select USB AUDIO
CODEC from my K4. It receives fine but I'm not getting any audio out to the
rig on transmit.

/Rick N6XI

On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 12:14 PM Michael Salmi via groups.io <mikesalmi=
icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:

Does anyone have the steps for installing WSJT-X 2.5.0 on Windows 11? My
rig is an FTDX10. What additional drivers do I need since I can't find USB
AUDIO CODEC? Also, how do I select a virtual COM port in WSJT-X > Settings
Audio?
Thanks. I am a long time WSJT-X user on a Mac M1 and Windows 10. Windows
11 is a whole different beast.
--
Mike Salmi, AE4IM





--
--

Rick Tavan
Truckee and Saratoga, CA


locked Re: FIELD DAY FT4 & FT8 FREQUENCIES #frequency

Jerry (KB2GCG)
 

They perhaps haven’t specified them for Field Day as technically FD is not a contest. It’s an emergency preparedness exercise.

Jerry
KB2GCG

On Jun 23, 2022, at 4:59 PM, K4NDN <e.evans1369@...> wrote:

Good information. Is there a way to verify this?

On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 4:55 PM Joe Subich, W4TV <lists@...> wrote:


ARRL have recommended the same "contest" sub-bands for all digital
contests. That they haven't specified them for Field Day looks like
an oversight since FD is run by the Communications Department rather
than Member Services (Contest and Awards Desks) who normally handle
contests.

Here are the subands from the ARRL International Digital Contest:



FT4 and FT8 recommended subbands (as of June 2022)-



FT-4 Recommended Sub-bands

(Technician licensees are limited (per FCC Rules) to using only the
10 and 6 meter subbands {see below in bold}):

1.836-1.840 (users are encouraged to avoiding WSPR operations on 1.840)
3.580-3.590
7.080-7.090
14.080-14.090
21.080-21.090
28.080-28.090
50.330 to 50.340

When choosing your operating frequency, set the radio dial at the
bottom of the sub-band and QSO with stations on audio frequencies
within the radio passband, typically 2.5-4 kHz wide. If a sub-band
becomes crowded, move the radio dial frequency up in 2 kHz
increments, as needed. (For example: 7.080, 7.082, 7.084, 7.086 and
7.088) >


FT-8 Recommended Sub-bands

(Technician licensees are limited (per FCC Rules) to using only the
10 and 6 meter subbands {see below in bold}):

1.840-1.844 (users are encouraged to avoiding WSPR operations on 1.840)
3.590-3.600 (No Digital above 3600)
7.090-7.100
14.090-14.100
21.090-21.100
28.090-28.100
50.340 to 50.350

When choosing your operating frequency, set the radio dial at the
bottom of the sub-band and QSO with stations on audio frequencies
within the radio passband typically 2.5-4 kHz wide. If a sub-band
becomes crowded, move the radio dial frequency up in 2 kHz
increments, as needed. (For example: 7,090, 7.092, 7.094, 7.096 and
7.098)
Note: These "recommended frequencies" will conflict with any traditional
RTTY Field Day activity

73,

... Joe, W4TV

On 2022-06-23 4:27 PM, K4NDN wrote:
The ARRL has not released any information on a frequency change for field
day. One would think that since we begin setup in about 14 hours that no
frequency change will be recommended.
But who knows?

On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 4:12 PM Joe WB9SBD <nss@...> wrote:

Not necessarily,

The ARRL suggested different FT freqs in the past because of the
terrible confusion that happens when NON FD people try to work you. so
contesting was often placed somewhere else so not to have csual non
contesting users cause that mess.

Joe WB9SBD / W9ET

On 6/23/2022 2:43 PM, K4NDN wrote:
Those frequencies which we use during any other event, it is not a F/H
event.

On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 3:26 PM Dick- K9OM via groups.io <RLVZ=
aol.com@groups.io> wrote:

Wondering what FT4 & FT8 frequencies are likely to be the hot spots
during
this weekends Field Day?

73, Dick- K9OM






--
Eric J Evans
Amateur Radio Operator: K4NDN
Elkton, VA. USA, 22827
Grid: FM08qj
540.335.6178
e.evans1369@...


--
K4NDN





locked Re: #EnhancementReqest - several contest related wants #EnhancementReqest

Dennis W1UE
 

Ty

1. You don’t have to wait for the transmission to end to click on that Tx
Enable button. Once it goes out just click on it again.
2. There is a key combination (Alt+N?) that does that. Check the Programs
Hot Key list. A Hot Key (not multiple key press) would be even better.
3. Since they haven’t programmed it yet, we don’t know how a contest mode
button would work. I would like it to be a toggle, click and you’re in
normal mode, next click it’s in contest mode, etc

Dennis W1UE

On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 13:32 Tyler Stewart via groups.io <k3mm=
verizon.net@groups.io> wrote:

1) When in Contest mode calling CQ especially in FT4/SO2R, there is not
enough time to reset the TX Enable button. Is there a way this could be
changed to allow a "pending enable TX" so you could reset for the next
cycle before the previous QSO is finished?
2) Related to #1, would like an optional hot key to reset TX Enable.
3) I havent tried 2.6 yet, but would like to be able to switch in and
out of Contest mode with a button. Does this work the same as the Hound
on/off?

Ty K3MM






locked Re: WSJT does not transmit through the full cycle #FT8

Michael Black
 

Please place this file as described below
https://www.dropbox.com/s/t52ngcalsgnpm8m/wsjtx_log_config.ini?dl=0


    C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\WSJT-X
    The WSJT-X_Rigcontrol.log file will be in the same location
    
For Linux put it in  
    ~/.config
    The WSJT-X_Rigcontrol.log file will be here:
    ~/.local/share/WSJT-X
    
Restart WSJT-X and duplicate the problem.
Shut down WSJT-X


Then send me the WSJT-X_RigControl.log file
Mike W9MDB

On Thursday, June 23, 2022 at 04:59:07 PM CDT, Black Michael <mdblack98@...> wrote:





Please place this file as described below
https://www.dropbox.com/s/t52ngcalsgnpm8m/wsjtx_log_config.ini?dl=0

C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\WSJT-X
The WSJT-X_Rigcontrol.log file will be in the same location

For Linux put it in  
~/.config
The WSJT-X_Rigcontrol.log file will be here:
~/.local/share/WSJT-X

Restart WSJT-X and duplicate the problem.
Shut down WSJT-X

Then send me the WSJT-X_RigControl.log file
Mike W9MDB









On Thursday, June 23, 2022 at 01:29:30 PM CDT, Jim Patch <jimpatch@...> wrote:





I Hope someone can help.  When I am in a QSO on fT8 everything works fine until the last transmission from me.  It does not transmit through the full transmission cycle. The transmission goes on and then immediately off.  Sometimes, I get through to the other person and many times I don't.  So, if I transmit my 73, there is a quick on transmit and then off---less than a second.  The same happens if my last transmission is the RR.

Any help?

Thanks,

Jim
WA9LJK


locked Re: WSJT does not transmit through the full cycle #FT8

Michael Black
 

Please place this file as described belowhttps://www.dropbox.com/s/t52ngcalsgnpm8m/wsjtx_log_config.ini?dl=0
C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\WSJT-X The WSJT-X_Rigcontrol.log file will be in the same location For Linux put it in   ~/.config The WSJT-X_Rigcontrol.log file will be here: ~/.local/share/WSJT-X Restart WSJT-X and duplicate the problem.Shut down WSJT-X
Then send me the WSJT-X_RigControl.log fileMike W9MDB

On Thursday, June 23, 2022 at 01:29:30 PM CDT, Jim Patch <jimpatch@...> wrote:

I Hope someone can help.  When I am in a QSO on fT8 everything works fine until the last transmission from me.  It does not transmit through the full transmission cycle. The transmission goes on and then immediately off.  Sometimes, I get through to the other person and many times I don't.  So, if I transmit my 73, there is a quick on transmit and then off---less than a second.  The same happens if my last transmission is the RR.

Any help?

Thanks,

Jim
WA9LJK


locked Re: FIELD DAY FT4 & FT8 FREQUENCIES #frequency

Dave Garber
 

listen on the air and monitor the cq fd . the only way i know

Dave Garber
VE3WEJ / VE3IE

On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 4:59 PM K4NDN <e.evans1369@...> wrote:

Good information. Is there a way to verify this?

On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 4:55 PM Joe Subich, W4TV <lists@...> wrote:


ARRL have recommended the same "contest" sub-bands for all digital
contests. That they haven't specified them for Field Day looks like
an oversight since FD is run by the Communications Department rather
than Member Services (Contest and Awards Desks) who normally handle
contests.

Here are the subands from the ARRL International Digital Contest:



FT4 and FT8 recommended subbands (as of June 2022)-



FT-4 Recommended Sub-bands

(Technician licensees are limited (per FCC Rules) to using only the
10 and 6 meter subbands {see below in bold}):

1.836-1.840 (users are encouraged to avoiding WSPR operations on 1.840)
3.580-3.590
7.080-7.090
14.080-14.090
21.080-21.090
28.080-28.090
50.330 to 50.340

When choosing your operating frequency, set the radio dial at the
bottom of the sub-band and QSO with stations on audio frequencies
within the radio passband, typically 2.5-4 kHz wide. If a sub-band
becomes crowded, move the radio dial frequency up in 2 kHz
increments, as needed. (For example: 7.080, 7.082, 7.084, 7.086 and
7.088) >


FT-8 Recommended Sub-bands

(Technician licensees are limited (per FCC Rules) to using only the
10 and 6 meter subbands {see below in bold}):

1.840-1.844 (users are encouraged to avoiding WSPR operations on 1.840)
3.590-3.600 (No Digital above 3600)
7.090-7.100
14.090-14.100
21.090-21.100
28.090-28.100
50.340 to 50.350

When choosing your operating frequency, set the radio dial at the
bottom of the sub-band and QSO with stations on audio frequencies
within the radio passband typically 2.5-4 kHz wide. If a sub-band
becomes crowded, move the radio dial frequency up in 2 kHz
increments, as needed. (For example: 7,090, 7.092, 7.094, 7.096 and
7.098)
Note: These "recommended frequencies" will conflict with any traditional
RTTY Field Day activity

73,

... Joe, W4TV

On 2022-06-23 4:27 PM, K4NDN wrote:
The ARRL has not released any information on a frequency change for
field
day. One would think that since we begin setup in about 14 hours that
no
frequency change will be recommended.
But who knows?

On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 4:12 PM Joe WB9SBD <nss@...> wrote:

Not necessarily,

The ARRL suggested different FT freqs in the past because of the
terrible confusion that happens when NON FD people try to work you. so
contesting was often placed somewhere else so not to have csual non
contesting users cause that mess.

Joe WB9SBD / W9ET

On 6/23/2022 2:43 PM, K4NDN wrote:
Those frequencies which we use during any other event, it is not a
F/H
event.

On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 3:26 PM Dick- K9OM via groups.io <RLVZ=
aol.com@groups.io> wrote:

Wondering what FT4 & FT8 frequencies are likely to be the hot spots
during
this weekends Field Day?

73, Dick- K9OM






--
Eric J Evans
Amateur Radio Operator: K4NDN
Elkton, VA. USA, 22827
Grid: FM08qj
540.335.6178
e.evans1369@...


--
K4NDN






locked Re: colors #WSJTX_config

Dave Garber
 

why dragging??

Dave Garber
VE3WEJ / VE3IE


On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 1:29 PM Alan, W5CIB <theoldxmusicman@...>
wrote:

In the 'Colors' page in 'Settings' it won't let me rearrange the lines.
I can click and hold on a line and drag it to another position but when I
release the mouse button the line I moved disappears. I have to Cancel
the settings page, or Reset the page to get the line back. ???






locked Re: WSJT does not transmit through the full cycle #FT8

Dave Garber
 

how are you sending audio to the radio, interfacing through a Signalink, or
internal to radio sound

Dave Garber
VE3WEJ / VE3IE

On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 2:28 PM Jim Patch <jimpatch@...> wrote:

I Hope someone can help. When I am in a QSO on fT8 everything works fine
until the last transmission from me. It does not transmit through the full
transmission cycle. The transmission goes on and then immediately off.
Sometimes, I get through to the other person and many times I don't. So,
if I transmit my 73, there is a quick on transmit and then off---less than
a second. The same happens if my last transmission is the RR.

Any help?

Thanks,

Jim
WA9LJK






locked Re: Windows 11 WSJT-X Installation #windows11

Dave Garber
 

audio codec drivers would be downloaded from the manufacturer of the radio,
not wsjt. so i would go to yaesu and download it, install it, restart the
computer, then select the audio codec ( which should now show)


Dave Garber
VE3WEJ / VE3IE


On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 3:14 PM Michael Salmi via groups.io <mikesalmi=
icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:

Does anyone have the steps for installing WSJT-X 2.5.0 on Windows 11? My
rig is an FTDX10. What additional drivers do I need since I can't find USB
AUDIO CODEC? Also, how do I select a virtual COM port in WSJT-X > Settings
Audio?
Thanks. I am a long time WSJT-X user on a Mac M1 and Windows 10. Windows
11 is a whole different beast.
--
Mike Salmi, AE4IM






locked Re: FIELD DAY FT4 & FT8 FREQUENCIES #frequency

K4NDN
 

Good information. Is there a way to verify this?

On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 4:55 PM Joe Subich, W4TV <lists@...> wrote:


ARRL have recommended the same "contest" sub-bands for all digital
contests. That they haven't specified them for Field Day looks like
an oversight since FD is run by the Communications Department rather
than Member Services (Contest and Awards Desks) who normally handle
contests.

Here are the subands from the ARRL International Digital Contest:



FT4 and FT8 recommended subbands (as of June 2022)-



FT-4 Recommended Sub-bands

(Technician licensees are limited (per FCC Rules) to using only the
10 and 6 meter subbands {see below in bold}):

1.836-1.840 (users are encouraged to avoiding WSPR operations on 1.840)
3.580-3.590
7.080-7.090
14.080-14.090
21.080-21.090
28.080-28.090
50.330 to 50.340

When choosing your operating frequency, set the radio dial at the
bottom of the sub-band and QSO with stations on audio frequencies
within the radio passband, typically 2.5-4 kHz wide. If a sub-band
becomes crowded, move the radio dial frequency up in 2 kHz
increments, as needed. (For example: 7.080, 7.082, 7.084, 7.086 and
7.088) >


FT-8 Recommended Sub-bands

(Technician licensees are limited (per FCC Rules) to using only the
10 and 6 meter subbands {see below in bold}):

1.840-1.844 (users are encouraged to avoiding WSPR operations on 1.840)
3.590-3.600 (No Digital above 3600)
7.090-7.100
14.090-14.100
21.090-21.100
28.090-28.100
50.340 to 50.350

When choosing your operating frequency, set the radio dial at the
bottom of the sub-band and QSO with stations on audio frequencies
within the radio passband typically 2.5-4 kHz wide. If a sub-band
becomes crowded, move the radio dial frequency up in 2 kHz
increments, as needed. (For example: 7,090, 7.092, 7.094, 7.096 and
7.098)
Note: These "recommended frequencies" will conflict with any traditional
RTTY Field Day activity

73,

... Joe, W4TV

On 2022-06-23 4:27 PM, K4NDN wrote:
The ARRL has not released any information on a frequency change for field
day. One would think that since we begin setup in about 14 hours that no
frequency change will be recommended.
But who knows?

On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 4:12 PM Joe WB9SBD <nss@...> wrote:

Not necessarily,

The ARRL suggested different FT freqs in the past because of the
terrible confusion that happens when NON FD people try to work you. so
contesting was often placed somewhere else so not to have csual non
contesting users cause that mess.

Joe WB9SBD / W9ET

On 6/23/2022 2:43 PM, K4NDN wrote:
Those frequencies which we use during any other event, it is not a F/H
event.

On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 3:26 PM Dick- K9OM via groups.io <RLVZ=
aol.com@groups.io> wrote:

Wondering what FT4 & FT8 frequencies are likely to be the hot spots
during
this weekends Field Day?

73, Dick- K9OM






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locked Re: FIELD DAY FT4 & FT8 FREQUENCIES #frequency

Joe Subich, W4TV
 

ARRL have recommended the same "contest" sub-bands for all digital
contests. That they haven't specified them for Field Day looks like
an oversight since FD is run by the Communications Department rather
than Member Services (Contest and Awards Desks) who normally handle
contests.

Here are the subands from the ARRL International Digital Contest:

FT4 and FT8 recommended subbands (as of June 2022)-
FT-4 Recommended Sub-bands
(Technician licensees are limited (per FCC Rules) to using only the
10 and 6 meter subbands {see below in bold}):
1.836-1.840 (users are encouraged to avoiding WSPR operations on 1.840)
3.580-3.590
7.080-7.090
14.080-14.090
21.080-21.090
28.080-28.090
50.330 to 50.340
When choosing your operating frequency, set the radio dial at the
bottom of the sub-band and QSO with stations on audio frequencies
within the radio passband, typically 2.5-4 kHz wide. If a sub-band
becomes crowded, move the radio dial frequency up in 2 kHz
increments, as needed. (For example: 7.080, 7.082, 7.084, 7.086 and
7.088) >
FT-8 Recommended Sub-bands
(Technician licensees are limited (per FCC Rules) to using only the
10 and 6 meter subbands {see below in bold}):
1.840-1.844 (users are encouraged to avoiding WSPR operations on 1.840)
3.590-3.600 (No Digital above 3600)
7.090-7.100
14.090-14.100
21.090-21.100
28.090-28.100
50.340 to 50.350
When choosing your operating frequency, set the radio dial at the
bottom of the sub-band and QSO with stations on audio frequencies
within the radio passband typically 2.5-4 kHz wide. If a sub-band
becomes crowded, move the radio dial frequency up in 2 kHz
increments, as needed. (For example: 7,090, 7.092, 7.094, 7.096 and
7.098)
Note: These "recommended frequencies" will conflict with any traditional
RTTY Field Day activity

73,

... Joe, W4TV

On 2022-06-23 4:27 PM, K4NDN wrote:
The ARRL has not released any information on a frequency change for field
day. One would think that since we begin setup in about 14 hours that no
frequency change will be recommended.
But who knows?
On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 4:12 PM Joe WB9SBD <nss@...> wrote:

Not necessarily,

The ARRL suggested different FT freqs in the past because of the
terrible confusion that happens when NON FD people try to work you. so
contesting was often placed somewhere else so not to have csual non
contesting users cause that mess.

Joe WB9SBD / W9ET

On 6/23/2022 2:43 PM, K4NDN wrote:
Those frequencies which we use during any other event, it is not a F/H
event.

On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 3:26 PM Dick- K9OM via groups.io <RLVZ=
aol.com@groups.io> wrote:

Wondering what FT4 & FT8 frequencies are likely to be the hot spots
during
this weekends Field Day?

73, Dick- K9OM

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