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Author Topic: New Band, 630m  (Read 7855 times)
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« Reply #15 on: May 29, 2012, 05:46:39 AM »

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Here's a good link to get interested amateurs started:
http://www.500kc.com/
Thanks Dale. Saw it last winter and had forgotten it. But some pages don't appear to be updated recently

The DX records--which are current-- are impressive considering the limitations. Shame that international QSOs are banned from the U.S.
"WD2XSH stations are not allowed international QSOs nor use of SSB, WOLF, OPERA or ROS"
http://www.500kc.com/W0RPK_Report/W0RPK_Report.htm

I think I'll start logging what I hear down there. The Louisiana station, WD2XSH/7, is almost a beacon here in St Louis. I heard several others last winter including one in NY.

What's needed is a brief beginners guide to 600 meters: Equipment, antennas, operating modes including QRSS, and regs. Now info about the band is scattered around in many places.
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