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Audio File with different mode sounds?

 

Hello everybody,
Somewhere, moons ago, I ran across an audio file that someone or a group had put together with audio of the different sounds generated by the different digital modes. I think it was on a website, but not too sure.
Help anyone?
Milt.
N6MG
070-650
LONP #76


Re: help please

Mike Flowers
 

Hello Ivor,



For future reference, this site is helpful for finding grid locators:
http://f6fvy.free.fr/qthLocator/fullScreen.php



- 73 de Mike, K6MKF



From: 070@... [mailto:070@...] On Behalf Of ivor
peters
Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2012 4:43 AM
To: 070@...
Subject: [070] help please






m5ply@... <mailto:m5ply%40blueyonder.co.uk>
hello pskers.
can you help please???
iam looking for the locator of VK8AS graig.
I think he lives in Alice Springs.
many thank-yours for your help.
73 88 ivor/m5ply/0292


Re: help please

igwt1939 <igwt1939@...>
 

Call VK8AS found for Craig Edwards
Address found: PO Box 285 Alice Springs NT 0870 Australia
Latitude: -23.7002 Longitude: 133.881
Accuracy: Medium - Town
Grid: PG66wh

----- Original Message -----
From: ivor peters
To: 070@...
Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2012 6:43 AM
Subject: [070] help please




m5ply@...
hello pskers.
can you help please???
iam looking for the locator of VK8AS graig.
I think he lives in Alice Springs.
many thank-yours for your help.
73 88 ivor/m5ply/0292


help please

 

m5ply@...
hello pskers.
can you help please???
iam looking for the locator of VK8AS graig.
I think he lives in Alice Springs.
many thank-yours for your help.
73 88 ivor/m5ply/0292


Re: Welcome new member

W7RIV
 

Welcome N7ELB #1489. I am W7RIV #1481.

This has been a great group. Lots of fun.

- -
Bryon


On Tue, Feb 7, 2012 at 7:39 AM, J Budzowski <jbudzowski@...> wrote:

**


Pse welcome new 070 Club member Jim N7ELB #1489...73 de Jay N3DQU


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Welcome new member

J Budzowski <jbudzowski@...>
 

Pse welcome new 070 Club member Jim N7ELB #1489...73 de Jay N3DQU


Madeira Island on 20 meters

Dave Kjellquist, WB5NHL
 

CT9/GW0ANA on 20 meters (14071.180) good copy in south carolina

Dave, WB5NHL


Rag chewers Certificate

Marshall R. Beveridge <kd8lav@...>
 

Thanks to all who helped me.
I received my Rag chewers Certificate today.
I goes to prove that some people can put up with my horrendous typing.

TNX to W1IPS and all the 070 crowd.

73 de KD8LAV
Marshall


The 3-30 PSK Ragchewers Award

Ral
 

Bart, AE5JD, has submitted evidence of three 30 minutes (or more) QSOs for the 070 Club Ragchewers 3/30 award.

Congratulations Bart…

The certificate is in the mail.

73 de Ral - W1IPS


Membership certs mailed 06 Feb 2012

J Budzowski <jbudzowski@...>
 

070 Club membership certificates have been mailed out 06 Feb 2012 to the following members:
IK8JKU, DL8VKO, AB8M, GW4GUG, KE4BLV, ND3H, TA1DX, VA7GEM, SP1DPA and PE1POI. Pse send an email to n3dqu@... when your certificate arrives so I know it got there safely...73 de Jay N3DQU


Special Event W5B on 20m

 

Special Event station W5B is on 20m...14070 +1000.
Celebrating, from the hometown of Buddy Holly, in Texas, the 53rd anniversary of "The Day the Music Died"...
(I don't make this stuff up, I just post it.)
:-)
Milt.
N6MG

----- Original Message -----
From: melachri
To: 070@...
Sent: Saturday, February 04, 2012 11:43 AM
Subject: [070] El Salvador



If anyone needs El Salvador for SA (or a rare prefix), HU2DX is CQing on 20m, about 14071.5

Watch out if he says "UP." I responded about 200 Hz higher and we worked split.

Steve
W3HF


El Salvador

Steve W3HF
 

If anyone needs El Salvador for SA (or a rare prefix), HU2DX is CQing on 20m, about 14071.5

Watch out if he says "UP." I responded about 200 Hz higher and we worked split.

Steve
W3HF


LONP #207 goes to...

Charlie Trice, K8IJ <ctrice@...>
 

Greetings all,


The Southern California Amateur Radio Digital Club, W6QP, has submitted log evidence of 100 PSK31 QSOs with fellow PODXS Ø7Ø Club members and has been awarded LONP certificate #207 on this 4th day of February, 2012.


Please join me in congratulating the Club for this fine achievement.


Vy 73,


Charlie, K8IJ

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The 3-30 PSK Ragchewers Award

Ral
 

Marshall Beveridge KD8LAV and Lee Rice AC8IC have submitted evidence of three 30 minutes (or more) QSOs for the 070 Club Ragchewers 3/30 award.

Congratulations to Marshall and Lee…

The certificates are in the mail.

73 de Ral - W1IPS


Re: Whats up with the RTTY guys?

John KD8JSP #1320
 

Hi Milt,

Didn't want anyone to think I was complaining about them. It just happened so suddenly on 2 bands that I was wondering what was going on. I thought some kind of contest but couldn't find anything. A DXpedition wasn't even on my mind. That explained it all to me and now I know a little bit more.

I did get lucky and finished a PSK QSO right down the middle of a RTTY signal, cool or what?

That's all for now, vy73 John KD8JSP

--- In 070@..., "Milton Garb" <w6qe@...> wrote:

Let's all take a step backwards and look at the 40m bpsk31 frequencies.
Is 7035.0 a BPSK frequency, or a RTTY frequency or a CW frequency?
I have to admit, and the more I think about this, according to most published band plans, 7035.0 is a CW frequency.
7035.0 is a bpsk frequency used by a lot of dx stations outside the USA. That's why us bpsk'rs sort of migrated there from 7070.0.
It's just a little hard for me to think that they're interfering with BPSK frequencies, when we're down there transmitting on band plan CW frequencies.
Milt.
N6MG

----- Original Message -----
From: Joseph Miller
To: 070@...
Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2012 6:02 AM
Subject: Re: [070] Re: Whats up with the RTTY guys?



Hi Steve & John,

I have mixed emotions about HK0NA, happy that I worked them on 40, 20 & 15 phone, unhappy that they never seem to stay on RTTY very long. Hopefully this weekend...

And no, they are not the first DXpedition to interfere with PSK31 frequencies.

73 de Joe KJ8O 1244


________________________________
From: melachri <w3hf@...>
To: 070@...
Sent: Tuesday, January 31, 2012 10:04 PM
Subject: [070] Re: Whats up with the RTTY guys?


Probably the HK0NA DXpedition to Malpelo. He was on 7039 and 3587 working RTTY split at various times this evening, and wanted the callers to be below him. That could have placed them within the nominal PSK bands.

He'll be gone about a week from now, but hopefully not before I work him on RTTY somewhere. (I have them on 12/15/17/20 phone.) I didn't get him tonight--too busy helping KB3JJV with the ARRL Foundation scholarship application.

Steve
W3HF

--- In 070@..., "John Paul St. Peter" <kd8jsp@> wrote:
>
> 40 and 80 just blew up with RTTY traffic. Its a little after 0200Z on the 1st now. I checked a couple contest calendars but didn't see anything. Oh well, time to pack it in early.
>
> See ya, John KD8JSP
>

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Re: Whats up with the RTTY guys?

Milton Garb <w6qe@...>
 

Let's all take a step backwards and look at the 40m bpsk31 frequencies.
Is 7035.0 a BPSK frequency, or a RTTY frequency or a CW frequency?
I have to admit, and the more I think about this, according to most published band plans, 7035.0 is a CW frequency.
7035.0 is a bpsk frequency used by a lot of dx stations outside the USA. That's why us bpsk'rs sort of migrated there from 7070.0.
It's just a little hard for me to think that they're interfering with BPSK frequencies, when we're down there transmitting on band plan CW frequencies.
Milt.
N6MG

----- Original Message -----
From: Joseph Miller
To: 070@...
Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2012 6:02 AM
Subject: Re: [070] Re: Whats up with the RTTY guys?



Hi Steve & John,

I have mixed emotions about HK0NA, happy that I worked them on 40, 20 & 15 phone, unhappy that they never seem to stay on RTTY very long. Hopefully this weekend...

And no, they are not the first DXpedition to interfere with PSK31 frequencies.

73 de Joe KJ8O 1244


________________________________
From: melachri <w3hf@...>
To: 070@...
Sent: Tuesday, January 31, 2012 10:04 PM
Subject: [070] Re: Whats up with the RTTY guys?


Probably the HK0NA DXpedition to Malpelo. He was on 7039 and 3587 working RTTY split at various times this evening, and wanted the callers to be below him. That could have placed them within the nominal PSK bands.

He'll be gone about a week from now, but hopefully not before I work him on RTTY somewhere. (I have them on 12/15/17/20 phone.) I didn't get him tonight--too busy helping KB3JJV with the ARRL Foundation scholarship application.

Steve
W3HF

--- In 070@..., "John Paul St. Peter" <kd8jsp@...> wrote:
>
> 40 and 80 just blew up with RTTY traffic. Its a little after 0200Z on the 1st now. I checked a couple contest calendars but didn't see anything. Oh well, time to pack it in early.
>
> See ya, John KD8JSP
>

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Re: Whats up with the RTTY guys?

Joseph Miller <radiodxer2000@...>
 

Hi Steve & John,
 
I have mixed emotions about HK0NA, happy that I worked them on 40, 20 & 15 phone, unhappy that they never seem to stay on RTTY very long. Hopefully this weekend...
 
And no, they are not the first DXpedition to interfere with PSK31 frequencies.
 
73 de Joe KJ8O 1244
 


________________________________
From: melachri <w3hf@...>
To: 070@...
Sent: Tuesday, January 31, 2012 10:04 PM
Subject: [070] Re: Whats up with the RTTY guys?


 
Probably the HK0NA DXpedition to Malpelo. He was on 7039 and 3587 working RTTY split at various times this evening, and wanted the callers to be below him. That could have placed them within the nominal PSK bands.

He'll be gone about a week from now, but hopefully not before I work him on RTTY somewhere. (I have them on 12/15/17/20 phone.) I didn't get him tonight--too busy helping KB3JJV with the ARRL Foundation scholarship application.

Steve
W3HF

--- In 070@..., "John Paul St. Peter" <kd8jsp@...> wrote:

40 and 80 just blew up with RTTY traffic. Its a little after 0200Z on the 1st now. I checked a couple contest calendars but didn't see anything. Oh well, time to pack it in early.

See ya, John KD8JSP



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Re: Whats up with the RTTY guys?

Steve W3HF
 

Probably the HK0NA DXpedition to Malpelo. He was on 7039 and 3587 working RTTY split at various times this evening, and wanted the callers to be below him. That could have placed them within the nominal PSK bands.

He'll be gone about a week from now, but hopefully not before I work him on RTTY somewhere. (I have them on 12/15/17/20 phone.) I didn't get him tonight--too busy helping KB3JJV with the ARRL Foundation scholarship application.

Steve
W3HF

--- In 070@..., "John Paul St. Peter" <kd8jsp@...> wrote:

40 and 80 just blew up with RTTY traffic. Its a little after 0200Z on the 1st now. I checked a couple contest calendars but didn't see anything. Oh well, time to pack it in early.

See ya, John KD8JSP


Whats up with the RTTY guys?

John KD8JSP #1320
 

40 and 80 just blew up with RTTY traffic. Its a little after 0200Z on the 1st now. I checked a couple contest calendars but didn't see anything. Oh well, time to pack it in early.

See ya, John KD8JSP


last day for bingo & wotmc-2011

David Westbrook
 

Today (2012-01-31) is the last day to send in for your BINGO & WOTMC2011
stickers!!
(same for SpecialEvents2011 and DX-Specials-2011 endorsements, too)

Not sure if you completed any of them?? Just simply use
http://dwestbrook.net/projects/ham/070-checker/
to automatically scan your PSK ADIF log for you, and show what you're
eligible for ... and see what progress you have on the new 2012
endorsements (WOTMC, EA-DX, IOTA, 160M, etc), too!

Full endorsement details & submission info is at
http://www.podxs070.com/endorsements-available

GL!
--david
KJ4IZW
070 #1041