Bandplan on WWW?
Alfred J. Frugoli
ke1fo at contesting.com
Thu Oct 24 17:46:38 EDT 1996
> Is there anybody out there who has a compilation of the several
> bandplans around the world?
> pb0aui at euronet.nl
Not that I am aware of, but maybe that is a question that we should pose
to the international community we have here on the reflector. I would
love to have such a resource.
Even if we only get input from people on the reflector (which I realize
will not represent every different bandplan in the world), and get a
I don't have capabilities to make a fancy graphical representation of
these bandplans, but if people want to send me text based bandplans I
would be willing to summarize such information and post it to the
reflector and on my web page. Please include the following information:
Bands available and their frequency allocations
CW, SSB & digital (RTTY) sub-bands
Novice bands (where applicable)
Segments available to different liscence classes (such as the US
General, Advanced, and Extra band segments)
Any gentlemans aggrements you are aware of
I would prefer to recieve only known/printed band plans, and not
information that is word of mouth (unless that is the only information
you have for a DX windown or gentleman bandplan)
PLEASE RESPOND DIRECTLY ONLY TO: mailto:ke1fo at contesting.com, THERE IS
NO NEED CLOG THE REFLECTORS WITH THIS INFORMATION. Thanks.
P.S. can someone please cross post this to the DX reflector when it
comes back up becuase I'm not subscribed to it. Thanks.
Al, KE1FO, ex. KE6BER mailto:ke1fo at contesting.com or ke6ber at tiac.net
Check out my web page, http://www.tiac.net/users/ke6ber for summaries
from the contest reflector and a growing list of amateur radio links.
>From jtw2 at NIOSR1.EM.CDC.GOV (Wassell, James T., Ph.D.) Thu Oct 24 21:51:00 1996
From: jtw2 at NIOSR1.EM.CDC.GOV (Wassell, James T., Ph.D.) (Wassell, James T., Ph.D.)
Date: Thu, 24 Oct 96 15:51:00 EST
Subject: Radio Shack voice chips ?
Message-ID: <326F77B3 at SmtpOut.em.cdc.gov>
Has anyone tried using those radio shack recordable voice chips for SSB
Seems they might be useful for CQing and sending the exchange.
Do they work? Are they an inexpensive voice box or are they a waste of
money for contesting?
If I get lots of replies, I'll summarize responses for the reflector.
Thanks & cu in the pileups. 73. Terry, K3JT......
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