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Author Topic: 30 Meter Digital Group 1 Yr Anniversary Nov 22/23  (Read 1613 times)
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« on: November 10, 2008, 08:55:40 PM »

30 Meter Digital Group 1 Year Anniversary Weekend
November 22nd & 23rd

10.140  USB +/- 1000 PSK
(10.132 – 10.145 – HELL,OLIVIA,MFSK,RTTY,WSPR,PropNet,Etc)

10.140 +2000 – 30MDG Members Dedicated Hours from 1900z to 2200z
(30MDG members look for other members to ragchew with further up the waterfall)

Check into the 30 Meter Feld Hell Net:
30 Meter Net 0000 Z Monday 10.138. Feld Hell Net Control is W8LEW Lew

Participate and give PropNet 30 Meter 10.1389 USB +1500 a try:
 (Participate in transmit mode or ‘lurker’ mode)
http://www.propnet.org/

Give WSJT WSPR mode a try:
http://wsprnet.org/drupal/

Not sure what 30 Meters has to offer? Then go here:
http://www.30meterdigital.org/files/30_Meter_Band_INFORMATION.pdf

Let’s celebrate our 30MDG 1st year anniversary and have some fun on the 30 Meter Band!  The 30 Meter Digital Group would like to invite our 1,350 plus members along with any and all digital operators for a casual digital weekend on the 30 Meter Band.  

Those that are 30MDG members this would be a good time to mark your calendar and meet up with other 30MDG Members for a ragchew or meet a DX member.  You do NOT have to be a 30MDG member nor join the 30MDG to participate…just get on the 30m band and have some digital fun!  

Our 30 Meter Digital Group promotes:

- Awareness of the unique 30 Meter Band (note: we are SECONDARY USERS of this band and must give way to Primary users so please use good operating procedures)
- Proper digital mode operation and procedures
- Experimenting with different digital modes, power, antennas, etc.
- Low power operation and only using the least amount of power needed for the contact at hand (note: 75% of digital mode operators use between 20-40w on the band…also note for U.S.A. operators the 30m band is a great place because we must use <200w so we are all on the same playing field on the 30 meter band…oh yes, no voice for U.S.A. ops so it is really an all digital band)
-  Casual operating on the 30 Meter Band from ragchews to DX but we do NOT promote Contesting….30 Meters is a WARC band and one place we all can enjoy away from contesting.
- Increase 30 Meter digital mode use on this under used unique band that has the best of both 20 Meter and 40 Meter propagation because it sits between them (again note we are SECONDARY USERS)

de kb9umt Don EN50dp 30MDG#0001
(for information http://www.30meterdigital.org or comments email kb9umt@30meterdigital.org)
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