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Old 04-12-2012, 07:34 PM
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At the 38 or 39 second point.

You can hear a lot of beacons on ten meters; they serve to indicate when the band is open in a particular direction. I don't remember ever hearing VE3TEN myself, but it's obviously there!
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Scanning through the CW part of 10 meters and come across this odd sound, i tried to reply back in CW but it just does the same tone over and over.

What is it?
That portion of the band is RTTY and Data only.

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That portion of the band is RTTY and Data only.

http://www.arrl.org/files/file/Hambands_color.pdf
And CW.

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The U.S. 10 meter “Beacon Band” (common terminology) is actually a range of frequencies running from 28.200 to 28.300 MHz, although you can hear some non- U.S. Amateur Radio beacons down perhaps to 28.165 MHz or lower. The purpose of all these beacons is to help operators world wide determine if the band is open and if so, to where.
Up there in Canada Eh?


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Up there in Canada Eh?


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I cant quote what you quoted, thats amazing where can I hammie find this becons to listen for waiting for propagation ?

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And CW.

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Then plan does not state that.

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That portion of the band is RTTY and Data only.

http://www.arrl.org/files/file/Hambands_color.pdf
You guys keep forgetting that there is a world outside of theUSA that does not follow USA rules and regulations. We can run any mode on any frequency as long as we meet bandwidth limits. Basically wh have a 6 khz bandwidth limit on HF except 30m which is 1 khz. I can run ssb on 28.003 if I want.
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You guys keep forgetting that there is a world outside of theUSA that does not follow USA rules and regulations. We can run any mode on any frequency as long as we meet bandwidth limits. Basically wh have a 6 khz bandwidth limit on HF except 30m which is 1 khz. I can run ssb on 28.003 if I want.
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