Learn The Bandplan!

Discussion in 'Becoming a Ham - Q&A' started by KA7GKN, Jul 9, 2009.

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  1. K3ROJ

    K3ROJ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Get an Extra Class License

  2. K0RGR

    K0RGR Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    These days, a lot of popular logging programs are linked to QRZ or other license databases, so if they type in a call, it returns the license info. So, it's become a lot easier for people to check. Apparently, some people make it their job to check.
  3. K2EIT

    K2EIT Ham Member QRZ Page

    Still ... no answer to my question? Where's the DX Calling Frequencies; I was at W2ZQ's shack while another member of the club (can't remember his call letters off the top of my head, only that he was an officer, and Extra-Class with a 1x2 or 2x1 call: I had only been a ham for a few months at the time) was involved in some sort of contest. He was scanning for a good frequency to call on, and happened to land on the DX Calling Frequency (so I know they're part of the band plan). Looked around, couldn't find any info on it (now that I actually PLAN on using a dx calling frequency, since I plan on working some dx) so I was wondering if anyone knows where these are?

    Thanks and 73's
    - N8JDR
  4. DV1UBY

    DV1UBY Ham Member QRZ Page

  5. W6ONV

    W6ONV Ham Member QRZ Page

  6. K4CUA

    K4CUA Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    This was a very sensible and productive comment. A little kindness, please? Not everyone does it on purpose.
  7. WZ9O

    WZ9O Guest

    I’ve noticed a lot of Techs using SSB on 75m, 40m & 20m as of late.


    Quite a few Techs & Generals in the SSB Advanced & Extra portions of the same bands.

    I no longer break in with a friendly reminder….tired of being cussed out.

    I just compile a list of calls, time,freq, date audio tape etc…. and forward it to the FCC

  8. WA4OTD

    WA4OTD Ham Member QRZ Page

    You never know on an individuals website like this. The ARRL's freq plan also shows by class.

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