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Try 60M FT8

Discussion in 'SKED - QSO Scheduling' started by K6CRC, Aug 28, 2018.

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  1. KY1K

    KY1K Ham Member QRZ Page

    That nice link you posted says "On 60 meters hams are restricted to only one signal per channel and automatic operation is
    not permitted"

    I'm only transmitting one signal. I dont use fox/hound mode and transmit multiple signals at once. I stay centered around 1500. Most of what I hear is DX and they have their own rules.
    I can't police others that treat it as a mini-band and it's not my problem.

    I'm willing to use FT8 on 60m and I dont worry about what others do. If the FCC can't take the time to clean up 75m and 7.200 - I dont think they are going to worry about a few extra low power signals on 60m!

    Has ANYONE heard a non-amatuer transmitting on 60 meters EVER?

    If we lose the band, at least I worked all states and a few dozen DX locations first.
  2. W5EBB

    W5EBB Ham Member QRZ Page

    Yes, often. I know this because I listen more than I transmit. I find I learn more that way - about technical topics and about people.

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