[VHFcontesting] [VHF] FM Contest Frequencies
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Fri Dec 14 06:20:40 EST 2012
That's strange. Maybe there's something wrong with radios when they operate in Texas.
146.55 doesn't work in 20kHz states such as Texas..
>Les Rayburn <les at highnoonfilm.com> wrote:
>>It seems clear that everyone agrees that contest activity on 2 Meter FM
>>could be increased by the use of two "watering hole" frequencies that
>>would be promoted for use during VHF/UHF Contests.
>>These are both recognized simplex frequencies, and don't appear to
>>conflict with other ham usage. Are there any objections to allowing
>>VHF/UHF hams to begin to promote the use of these frequencies during
>>All hams would also be encouraged to promote that contest activity must
>>not occur on the 146.52 National Simplex Frequency.
>>*Les Rayburn, N1LF*
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