From: Stephen Lee (email@example.com)
On Wed, 29 Dec 1993, Kevin Anderson wrote:
> Did I read this right: the January QST, in its list of
> calling frequencies (same page as the W1AW schedule; I left
> my copy at home), listed 7040 as the Int'l RTTY DX calling
> frequency? Is that right or a typo? I realize 7040 as the
> QRP calling frequency is not written in stone, but....
> 73 de Kevin, KB9IUA
Read on....in the ARRL general class license manual...page 2-6,
table 2-3, Suggested US RTTY Operating Frequencies (kHz)....
3590 RTTY DX
7040 RTTY DX
and more in other bands...
Guess my motto will be: Have VFO, will use it....let's go, 80M...
Now, I'm just a listener, tech+ in waiting. Judging from the QRN,
QRM, and AM stations I've heard on the 40 meter novice band just
getting any signal out is going to be a challenge :)
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