PSK31 Frequencies

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Craig McManus:
I have been able to locate frequencies for 10 to 80 meters and have made contacts on most of them.  However I have not seen a definitive answer as to what to use on either 6 meters or 2 meters.  Could someone please tell what the "standard" frequencies are on these two bands?

Jeremy C. Allen:
I have asked the same question.  I believe that 50.290 USB is the place to be for 6 mtrs.

2 mtrs is a bit more chancy.  I have heard 144.100, but I believe that is the SSB call freq.  Anyhow, I would setup a sked in the weak signal portion of the band and do it that way, rather than try to fish for a QSO.  Too few operators on 2 mtr PSK.

hope to see you on my screen. 73

Jeremy N1ZZZ

Ray Johnson:
144100 is cw calling freq
144200 is the ssb call freq
I most of the stuff i have  seen points to 144.140 or 144.144 for psk31...
hope to help

W9RAY
Ray J
www.w9ray.org

Robert W. Aldridge:
From www.packetradio.com:

160 Meters
1.838.150                     PSK31, Stream, Etc.
1.890                           SSTV

80 Meters
3.580.150 to 3.620        Data (RTTY, PSK31, Hellschreiber, Stream
3.620 to 3.635              Packet
3.845                           SSTV

40 Meters
7.035.150                       PSK31
7.037                             Stream, Hellschreiber
7.080                             RTTY
7.171                             SSTV

30 Meters
10.130                         PSK31
10.130 to 10.140          RTTY
10.137                         Hellschreiber
10.140 to 10.150          Packet

20 Meters
14.063.5                        Hellschreiber
14.070.150                    PSK31
14.070 to 14.095           RTTY
14.080                          Stream
14.100.5 to 14.112        Packet
14.230                          SSTV
14.233                          SSTV

17 Meters
18.100 to 18.105           RTTY
18.103                          Hellschreiber
18.105                          Stream
18.105 to 18.110           Packet

15 Meters
21.063                          Hellschreiber
21.070 to 21.100           RTTY
21.080.150                    PSK31 , Stream
21.100 to 21.110           Packet
21.340                          SSTV

12 Meters
24.920 to 24.925            RTTY
24.925 to 24.930            Packet
24.929                          Stream

10 Meters
28.070 to 28.150           RTTY
28.080                          Stream
28.120.150                    PSK31,  Hellschreiber
28.680                          SSTV
28.690                          SSTV  (some SSTV repeaters on this Freq.)
28.700                          SSTV

6 Meters
50.680                              SSTV
51.120                              PSK31
  (Also have heard on/around 50.290  PSK31)

2 Meters
145.500                            SSTV    Nationwide, FM SSTV Simplex Frequency
145.550                            PSK31, Hellschreiber, Stream
145.600                            SSTV
145.650                            Experimental Digital
 

Jerry:
30 meters check 10.140, in the evenings there is a very strong military RTTY signal on 10.130, makes 10.130 area almost usless for PSK or any other ham operation.  30 meters is a shared band and hams are not suposed to interfere with commercial or military stations.
Hope the PSK on 30 meters picks up this winter sure is a great band for digital or cw operating.
Jerry

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