locked RTTY RU FT8/4 Calling Frequencies


Patrick Hung
 

What are the "watering holes" frequencies for FT8/4 for the upcoming RTTY Roundup? There's quite a bit of "normal" traffic on 7.074, 14.074, etc.

Thanks.
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73,
Patrick, W6AJR


Chuck - KY4CU
 

According to the 2019 QST article the contest rules referred me to, look around 3590-3600, 7080-7100, 14130-14150, 21130-21150, and 28160-28200.


Charles Schultz
Anniston, AL
k4cay.chuck@...


On Sat, Jan 2, 2021 at 11:56 AM Patrick Hung <pathung@...> wrote:
What are the "watering holes" frequencies for FT8/4 for the upcoming RTTY Roundup? There's quite a bit of "normal" traffic on 7.074, 14.074, etc.

Thanks.
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73,
Patrick, W6AJR



Patrick Hung
 

Thank you, Charles, I'll give those freqs a try.


Best regards,

Patrick Hung


On Sat, Jan 2, 2021 at 10:03 AM Chuck - KY4CU <k4cay.chuck@...> wrote:
According to the 2019 QST article the contest rules referred me to, look around 3590-3600, 7080-7100, 14130-14150, 21130-21150, and 28160-28200.


Charles Schultz
Anniston, AL
k4cay.chuck@...


On Sat, Jan 2, 2021 at 11:56 AM Patrick Hung <pathung@...> wrote:
What are the "watering holes" frequencies for FT8/4 for the upcoming RTTY Roundup? There's quite a bit of "normal" traffic on 7.074, 14.074, etc.

Thanks.
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73,
Patrick, W6AJR






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73,
Patrick, W6AJR


info@...
 

Any luck with these frequencies? II just did 5 QSOs at the default frequencies and didn't found anyone at the other frequencies.


Patrick Hung
 

NO LUCK at those suggested frequencies, so I'd been using the program default frequencies all day yesterday - mostly on 20m/40m FT4. Propagation for the other three bands were nonexistent for me (northern CA).
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73,
Patrick, W6AJR