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Roger J. Wendell
Defending 3.8 Billion Years of Organic EvolutionSM
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WBØJNR
First licensed in 1970, Amateur Extra class license since 1982...
(I also hold a General Radio Telephone License)

QRP Calling Frequencies

 

Over the years there has been some disagreement as to what the QRP calling frequencies should actually be. These
disagreements are due, in part, to changes in WARC frequencies, license structure, and other modes (i.e., rtty
calling frequencies, voice "watering holes," etc.). On Father's Day 2000 (June 18th) I proposed (over QRP-L, CQC-L
and various private lists and on-air nets) that the amateur community re-examine the QRP calling frequencies. After
a few months, and many Email exchanges, it was agreed that the calling frequencies would stay where they are (for
the time being...).

  160m 80m 40m 30m 20m 17m 15m 12m 10m 6m 2m
CW 1.810 3.560 7.040 10.106 14.060 18.080 21.060 24.910 28.060 50.06 144.060
SSB 1.825 3.985 7.285   14.285 18.130 21.385 24.950 28.385 50.885 144.285
Novice   3.710 7.110       21.110   28.110    

 

The Electromagnetic Spectrum:

Electromagnetic Spectrum

 

Links:

  1. AC6V Origins of Hamspeak
  2. AMSAT Grid Square Conversion
  3. Antennas!
  4. ARRL City and State Grid Locator
  5. Coast Guard Club and Amateur Radio Net
  6. Coast Guard Radioman
  7. CQC Colorado QRP Club
  8. CWCom Morse code over the Internet
  9. Extra Class Amateur Radio License
  10. FISTS The International Morse Preservation Society
  11. K9DE Learning and Using Morse code
  12. Maritme Radio
  13. Memberships and Wallpaper
  14. Memorizing Morse code by Wolf at 1728 Software Systems
  1. Miles-per-Watt Calculator by N9SSA
  2. Morse code - A Tribute to Morse Telegraphy!
  3. Morse Code Company
  4. NAQCC - North American QRP CW Club
  5. Q and Z signals
  6. QRP
  7. QRPp Award
  8. QRPp Award Recipients
  9. QRZ - call sign database
  10. QSL Cards
  11. Solar Flux and Terrestrial Activity
  12. Spark Gap info by John S. Belrose
  13. ZUT Coast Guard CW Operators Association
  14. Waypoints, Grid Squares, and Navigation

 

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