Interested in doing some operating this weekend?

Discussion in 'KB5NJD - John Langridge' started by KB5NJD, Nov 11, 2016.

  1. KB5NJD

    KB5NJD New Neighbor

    For CW ops that take an interest in the medium wave and long wave but are maybe not ready to step into the ring and attempt to get a station on the air below the broadcast band but you have HF capabilities, consider the Canadian 630-meter cross band special event this weekend. The event is Saturday night in North America (Sunday UTC)

    Several Canadian stations will be on the air, transmitting on 630-meters and listening for amateurs to call them on 40/80/160meters.

    The list of active stations includes but is not limited to:


    Station: VA7MM (Mark) CN89 Coquitlam, B.C.
    Time: 0400Z – 0800Z (Saturday night Nov 13 Z)
    TX Frequency: 475.0 kHz
    RX (QSX) Frequency: 1801 kHz / 3574 kHz / 7062 kHz

    Station: VE7BDQ (John) CN89 Delta, B.C. November 2016
    Time: 0300Z – 0700Z (Saturday night Nov 13 Z)
    TX Frequency: 474.0 kHz
    RX (QSX) Frequency: 3555 kHz

    Station: VE7CNF (Toby) CN89 Burnaby, B.C.
    Time: 0300Z – 0800Z (Saturday night Nov 13 Z)
    TX Frequency: 476.5 kHz
    RX (QSX) Frequency: 1836 kHz / 3558 kHz / 7031 kHz

    Station: VE7SL (Steve) CN88 Mayne Island, B.C.
    Time: 0200Z – 0700Z (Saturday night Nov 13 Z)
    TX Frequency: 473.0 kHz
    RX (QSX) Frequency: 3566 / 7066 kHz

    Station: VO1NA (Joe) GN37 Torbay, Newfoundland
    Time: 2130Z – 0130Z (Saturday night Nov 12 Z – Sunday Nov 13 Z)
    TX Frequency: 477.7 kHz
    RX (QSX) Frequency: 3562 kHz

    Station: VE3OT (Mitch) EN92 London, ON.
    Time: 0000Z – 0400Z (Saturday night Nov 13 Z)
    TX Frequency: 477.0 kHz
    RX (QSX) Frequency: 3563 kHz / 7058 kHz


    Several Part-5 experimental stations, myself included, will be on the air on Saturday night beaconing and making two-way QSO's with other Part-5 experimental stations. Listen for me starting around 2300z on 474.5 kHz CW until the late evening as I call CQ, send bulletins, and hopefully pass NTS-formatted traffic to other experimental stations.

    Additional details are available on VE7SL's website: http://ve7sl.blogspot.nl/2016/10/novembers-630m-activity-cw-crossband.html as well as http://www.arrl.org/news/reminder-6...ative-special-event-is-sunday-november-13-utc and of course I will have updates and a redux the following day on my website, http://njdtechnologies.net/ .

    You can also post your reports here under this thread!