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Ahhh. Ok. So this is an old list not anything new.
Makes sense. Just trying to straighten out a local club member who likes to argue.
I told him to go ahead and set on those Freqs and let me know how many QSOs you make, hi!
On Sep 16, 2020, at 21:55, Bill Williams <bill.ag4qx@...> wrote:
I believe it is the original frequency list from before PSK software had waterfalls with see and click. That is why the frequency is listed down to the hertz level. You had to set your radio on the exact frequency blind to make a contact.
I agree with you....I am trying to trace down this source of misinformation.....where and why is this posted on QSl.net?
HAs anyone heard or seen this chart and source?
On Wednesday, September 16, 2020, 09:40:07 p.m. EDT, N9JCA Chris Matthews <chris.n9jca@...
160M = 1.807
80M = 3.580
40M = 7.070 ( US ) 7.035 ( EU )
30M = 10.140
20M = 14.070
17M = 18.097
15M = 21.070
12M = 24.920
10M = 28.120
6M = 50.290
On 9/16/20 8:10 PM, Steve R via
One of the clubs members sent me the following from QSL.net
saying that these are new PSK31 Frequencies. I have not heard of
such changes and of course still making contacts at .070 where
applicable. He is claiming these are active now. Ahh, I am making
contacts on standard freqs. Anyone heard of this change or seen
|PSK31 HF Frequencies||PSK31 VHF Frequencies|
|160 meters||1.838.150 MHz||6 meters||50.290 MHz|
|80 meters||3.580.150 MHz||2 meters||
|40 meters||7.080.150 MHz *||1.25 meters||222.07 MHz|
|30 meters||10.142.150 MHz||70 centi-meters||432.2 MHz|
|20 meters||14.070.150 MHz||33 centi-meters||909 MHz|
|17 meters||18.100.150 MHz|| || |
|15 meters||21.080.150 MHz **|| || |
|12 meters||24.920.150 MHz|| || |
|10 meters||28.120.150 MHz|| || |