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Titanic's SOS Relayed by Newfoundland Wireless Station:

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Titanic's SOS Relayed by Newfoundland Wireless Station:  
by N4JTQ on April 10, 2012 Mail this to a friend!
Pigeon Forge TN W4S Event
Frequencies to find us on ~
Frequencies to be use strictly will be as follows,
3.950 80 Meters
7.220 40 Meters
14.265 20 Meters
21.350 15 Meters
24.940 12 Meters
28.350 10 Meters
All Phone Frequencies List Above.
Digital Modes will be those normally used.
Anyone wishing to use CW will only be able to use between 2:00am and 5:00am Sunday morning. No other CW will be allowed outside these times.
For Tech Class who will not use 10 Meters , you can use the 145.470 and the 147.360 repeaters when operators are present,during these times..
50.4 for those who wish to use 6 Meters
These frequencies will be used strictly,Unless a Net or some type of emergency happens..
For information on attending the event please contact me at 865-446-4536 , if no answer leave a message on the phone..E Mail at
Any further info need please contact me.. Rick Sr Event Coordinator TN
Note the 443.225, SCERS Repeater, linked with the 145.370 & 147.195 will be used for talk in also !!
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