QRP calling freqs

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From: Rho (a-kevinp@microsoft.com)
Date: Mon Aug 02 1993 - 15:06:21 EDT


Chuck posted this a while back -- MI QRP June 1993 pg 11 fills in the
gaps on 17 and 12m. I also add suggestion at VHF of using the National
calling frequencies as this is where you'll find the most of the weak
signal guys listening.

here is the list, as i have it for the internationally recognized
QRP calling freqs +/- QRM......

BAND CW SSB

160M 1.810MHz 1.910MHz
       1.843MHz (Europe)
 80 3.560 3.985
       3.710 (US Novice) don't forget about these guys.
       3.579 (Colorburst TXes)
 40 7.040 7.285
       7.030<-->7.060 (Europe)
       7.110 (US Novice)
 30 10.106 no/no ;-)
 20 14.060 14.285
 17 18.080 18.130
 15 21.060 21.385
      21.110 (US Novice)
 12 24.910 24.950
 10 28.060 28.885
      28.110 28.385 (Novice CW)
                 28.360 (suggested in SPRAT -- N7WIM)
  6 50.060 50.885 (this may be 50.300 now because of R/C airplanes)
      50.125 50.125 National calling frequency -- everyone listens here
  2 144.060 144.285
     144.200 144.200 National calling frequency -- everyone listens here

Originally composed by Chuck Adams, K5FO @ 70+ wpm cw, adams@sgi.com
80m, 17, 12m, 10m added by Kevin Purcell, N7WIM/G*UDP @ 5 wpm cw (on a
good day :-)


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