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Amateur Radio HF Rally Frequencies

Discussion in 'Rallying Point and Range Discussions' started by PTT, Jan 31, 2013.

  1. PTT

    PTT Well-Known Member

    20m digital, 14.080 dial frequency+1500 PSK31 or MT63/500 if conditions are bad.
    20m voice, 14.340 USB dial frequency

    Evening (changed to 60m for mixed modes)
    60m mixed mode, 5403.50 USB voice or PSK31 dial+1500

    Don't wait for a specific time, just put out a call and see if another THR member is listening:

    For digital, transmit "CQ THR de ______"
    For voice, call "CQ Tango Hotel Romeo this is _______"

    If you're a ham with only VHF/UHF capability, see if there's another ham on THR with HF in your area. If that ham is you, post your details here so you can relay them in.
    Last edited: Feb 3, 2013
  2. PTT

    PTT Well-Known Member

    El Paso and New Mexico HF Relay

    I'm located in southern New Mexico and can receive VHF locally or anywhere in New Mexico via repeaters. I can also get into El Paso via repeaters.

    If you're on VHF in my area PM me and I'll arrange to relay you into the rally frequencies.
  3. dogrunner

    dogrunner Well-Known Member

    Times? On the hour? How often? Day?

    And when's sundown where YOU are?
  4. PTT

    PTT Well-Known Member

    I figure we'll start out by using these frequencies as calling channels. See if somebody is there by calling :)

    Sundown for me is 5:30 PM Mountain Time, everybody should probably make the switch to 40m around the time the sun sets where they are.
  5. PTT

    PTT Well-Known Member

    60m frequency

    I changed night to 60m so we could accommodate both voice and digital modes. It makes it easier to monitor for both :)

    I can still do 40m, but PM me to sked something.

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