Need a hand.. can anyone contact me on 14.203?

Discussion in 'SKED - QSO Scheduling' started by K2QI, Nov 18, 2008.

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  1. K2QI

    K2QI Ham Member QRZ Page

    Looking for some assistance in setting up my HF rig for 20M, would appreciate it if someone could try to contact me on 14.203 I'll be here until 6 PM EST.

  2. AB8XA

    AB8XA XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    As a Technician, you don't have privileges on 20m.
  3. W9MAV

    W9MAV Ham Member QRZ Page

    Maybe he is an /AG?

    But still that would not be in General privs.

    UEE I might be on 20m general part later.
  4. WG7X

    WG7X Platinum Subscriber Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page


    Holy Cow!

    His license says effective as of yesterday!

    Unless he just upgraded... He has no privileges on 20 meters.

    James, Care to explain?

    Inquiring mind and all that...

    73 Gary

    PS: If you are indeed a Tech, don't even THINK about transmitting on twenty meters!
  5. KJ3N

    KJ3N Ham Member QRZ Page

    So much for "passing the test".... :rolleyes:
  6. K2QI

    K2QI Ham Member QRZ Page

    I am temporary /AG. I passed my tech test on the 8th, it showed up the other day in the ULS. I took my general on the 12th; the paperwork to my knowledge is on its way to the W5YI vec for processing. I do have my CSCE for the general though so to my knowledge I should be OK on 20m as long as I use my call plus /AG.
  7. K2QI

    K2QI Ham Member QRZ Page

    See post #6.
  8. K2QI

    K2QI Ham Member QRZ Page

    OK, nevermind... just checked my reference and even as General, I can only be on 14.225 or higher. Perhaps next weekend then someone can help me get this thing setup properly.
  9. W4INF

    W4INF Ham Member QRZ Page

    14.230 or higher to be safe (for modulation bandwidth).

    Congrats on your General, now you will REALLY get to have fun!

  10. K3ACE

    K3ACE Guest

    Not sure what you mean by "Setup". Dial in the frequency, select USB, tune the antenna, and holler.
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