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4.001.00 - 4.999.99 Mhz

Discussion in 'Becoming an Amateur Radio Operator/Upgrading Privi' started by KB3SKU, May 25, 2009.

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  1. KB3SKU

    KB3SKU Ham Member

    curious what is that used for? i ask cause i can listen in that range on my 897D.

    I did try looking at the frequency band lists for amateur radio but i dont see it anywhere and i did try looking for it on google but all i get is internet address stuff.

    Thank you in advance for the help.
  2. WA4TM

    WA4TM Ham Member

  3. KB3SKU

    KB3SKU Ham Member

  4. NJ7L

    NJ7L Ham Member

  5. KB3SKU

    KB3SKU Ham Member

    How did ya guys word it in the search engine? i did 4.001.00 - 4.999.99 and of course it didnt work for me :(
  6. KL7AJ

    KL7AJ Ham Member

    Navy MARS begins at 4001.5
  7. AE5JU

    AE5JU Ham Member

    Starting around 4.700 mhz you can hear international broadcasts.
  8. WA4TM

    WA4TM Ham Member

    I looked in my bookmarks!!!!!! :D
  9. KB3LAZ

    KB3LAZ Ham Member

  10. KB2FCV

    KB2FCV Ham Member

    Ecos Del Torbes, a Venezuelan shortwave broadcast station used to be on 4.980. Used to love pulling them in at night on the Super Pro, their signoff was great. Had an interesting assortment of music. I used to listen to them when down in the shack working on one project or another. Sadly they took their station off shortwave maybe 10 years ago.
  11. KA5S

    KA5S Subscriber

    The Yaesu 8X7 radios come with one "floating" SW band for SW reception. It's not just for 4-5 MHz, so if you listen to a different non-Amateur band you'll see that one preserved next time you power on.

  12. K8ERV

    K8ERV Ham Member

    That's a great list, complete with links. Thanks.

    TOM K8ERV Montrose Colo
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