locked RTTY RU FT8/4 Calling 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


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
 

Thank you, Charles, I'll give thoseĀ 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


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
 

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