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miércoles, 15 de octubre de 2014

EL RU-748 con el 57º Jamboree en el Aire

El tercer fin de semana de Octubre se llevará a cabo el 57º Jamboree en el Aire donde scouts de todo el mundo se dan cita a través de las ondas para compartir experiencias y pasar un buen rato.
Por tal motivo y aprovechando la conexión ECHOLINK que tiene nuestro repetidor, durante este fin de semana vamos a proceder a conectar el ED7YAU-R , a la conferencia *JOTA-365* para que radioficionados (Scouts) puedan acceder a este evento.


Suggested Frequencies

  • All frequencies are shown as megahertz.
  • Primary HF recommendations are for General Class licensees. Technicians may take advantage of 10 m and VHF/UHF for voice communications.
  • After contact is made on Calling Channel or frequency, move to another channel or frequency for QSO.
  • Experiment with modes prior to JOTA or Radio Scouting demo. 'Murphy's Law' prevails!
  • Use web search tools to find lots of helpful information about any of the modes commonly used for JOTA and Radio Scouting.
  • WOSM (World Organization of the Scouting Movement) calling frequencies are shown to indicate center of international activity.

HF SSB Voice

Band WOSM Calling Frequencies Suggested Band Segment for US Stations Notes
80 m 3.940 & 3.690(1) 3.920 – 3.940
3.670 – 3.690 (1)
(1) Extra segment
40 m 7.190 & 7.090 (2) 7.180 – 7.200
7.270 – 7.290
(2) 7.090 not available in Region 2
20 m 14.290 14.270 – 14.290
14.320 – 14.340
 
17 m 18.140 18.140 – 18.150  
15 m 21.360 21.360 – 21.400  
12 m 24.960 24.960 – 24.980  
10 m 28.390 (3) 28.350 – 28.400 (3) (3) Includes Novices & Techs
6 m 50.160 50.160 – 50.200  

HF CW

Band WOSM Calling Frequencies Suggested Band Segment for US Stations Notes
80 m 3.570 (3) 3.560 – 3.570 (3) (3) Includes Novices & Techs
40 m 7.030 (3) 7.030 – 7.040 (3) (3) Includes Novices & Techs
20 m 14.060 14.050 – 14.060  
17 m 18.080 18.070 – 18.080  
15 m 21.140 (3) 21.130 – 21.140 (3) (3) Includes Novices & Techs
12 m 24.910 24.900 – 24.910  
10 m 28.180 (3) 28.170 – 28.180 (3) (3) Includes Novices & Techs
6 m 50.160 50.150 – 50.160  

HF PSK-31

http://bpsk31.com
Call CQ JOTA. The chart below shows the commonly used frequencies for PSK-31.
Band Frequency Notes
80 m 3.580
40 m 7.080 (4) (4) Region 2 (USA).
7.040 to 7.060 for Regions 1 & 3
30 m 10.142
20 m 14.070 (5) (5) Most activity for JOTA will be on 20 m
17 m 18.100
15 m 21.080 (6) (6) Most activity can be found at 21.070
12 m 24.920
10 m 28.120
 Web oficial del JOTA
Clúster especial para el JOTA
JOTA en la Web de la ARRL


73 de EA7DYY(Santi)