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Where do you CQ?

Discussion in 'QRP Corner' started by N8AFT, Jun 12, 2019.

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  1. N8AFT

    N8AFT Ham Member QRZ Page

    What frequency is your favorite for calling CQ QRP and for what mode and time of day?
    You may list more than a single op mode.

    Learn Morse.
    Do CW.
  2. K5VZD

    K5VZD Ham Member QRZ Page

    Usually qrparci calling frequencies sometimes on the skcc operating freqs
  3. KC7JNJ

    KC7JNJ Ham Member QRZ Page

    I dont CQ, I use the hunt and pounce method on SSB
  4. WN1MB

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    As I operate 100% QRP CW, I very seldom call CQ - instead answering others' CQs.
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  5. W4KJG

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    Same here. I don't call QRP CQ. I seldom run more than 3-5 Watts on HF.

    A few years ago I would call CQ using RBN (Reverse Beacon Network) to see where my signals were being heard. These days I use WSPR or FT8 for that purpose.
  6. KU3X

    KU3X Ham Member QRZ Page

    7.040 and 14.060 +/- 3 khz. Only work CW QRP.

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  7. MM3ENM

    MM3ENM Ham Member QRZ Page

    When I do call its most often 14.285, but I generally opt for answering CQ calls.
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  8. N8AFT

    N8AFT Ham Member QRZ Page

    AH! A correct response finally!
    TNX OM!
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  9. N8AFT

    N8AFT Ham Member QRZ Page

    Second correct reply!
    Thank You Colin my brother Scot!
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  10. KU3X

    KU3X Ham Member QRZ Page

    Do I win a cigar?

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