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Subject: LF: RE: QRSS on MF
From: "F6CNI - Andy - JN19QB" <[email protected]>
Date: Thu, 4 Feb 2016 16:58:33 +0100
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HI all.
 
I think also the 476.2 kHz  +/-  0.1 kHz band segment is the best choice, and also it is on use for a long time with success !
 
It is not necessary to change that...
 
73 de Andy.
 
Sent: Thursday, February 4, 2016 4:30 PM
Subject: LF: RE: QRSS on MF
 

Hi Stefan, all,

 

around 476.18 kHz (let's say 476.1-476.3 kHz) seems very convenient for QRSS, for the reasons you already mentioned.

I thought this was already the de facto QRSS band segment.

 

73, Rik  ON7YD - OR7T

 


Van: [email protected] [owner-rsgb[email protected]] namens DK7FC [selberdenken@posteo.de]
Verzonden: donderdag 4 februari 2016 14:33
Aan: rsgb[email protected]
Onderwerp: LF: QRSS on MF

Hi MF,

It is a pity that we (whatever that means) seem to be unable to find a
consensus where QRSS (3...10) activity is centered. Many chances are
missed in that situation.

We don't need an "authority" who defines a band plan. But we would need
a discussion and a consensus then.

Years ago i have centered my QRSS grabber on 476.180 kHz. It does not 
mean that i want to define the center of activity but i wanted to run
one of the first an regular (!) QRSS MF grabbers and had to make a
decision. IQ2MI is almost daily active there since years. Also it is
possible to watch/monitor that range when using a USB (SSB) RX on 474.2
kHz dial, so one can use it for JT9 / WSPR / QRSS.

Just a thought...

73, Stefan

PS: I like the word "authority" in quotation marks. It expressed the
wish to live a life as free as possible and the refusal of repression.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YR5ApYxkU-U



Am 04.02.2016 07:55, schrieb zante@otenet.gr:
> Very nice copy on Ottar's LA1TN/beacon last night in QRSS-3 at 473,8 KHz
> Locators KM07JS>JP33SA  QRB= 2948 KM
>
> 73, Spiros
> SV8CS

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