You can now use our system for Unconfirmed Countries/States/Provinces etc.You will get an instant update of what Countries/States you need to work to get your prestigious awards.
Click here to see what Countries/States you need to work
The system will present ISO codes as well as the International HS Country code. For Canada and USA it will show you the State abreviation and name.
Each DX Cluster on HamSphere now has State and Province information for USA and Canadian operators. This is helpful information when you are working North American stations.
We have now expanded from Top-200 to Top-1000 operators.
It is wonderful to see so many avid DXers on HamSphere. The list has also been expanded to cover the new European and North American awards.
Click here to see the HamSphere Top-1000
After many months of testing we are now presenting the latest Android beta version. The reason it is still in beta is that we still have some features to work out. But the app is working great and it can be downloaded from HamSphere Android Beta.
How to subscribe to HamSphere
We often get the question "how can can you subscribe to HamSphere?" We have three payment options:
1. Pay with PayPal
2. Pay with an IBAN Bank Transfer
3. Pay with cash via registered mail.
If you need an admin, please write admin and the frequency such as "admin 50140" in the cluster!
There are a number of Admins who can support operators and help new stations on HamSphere. Their role is to monitor the bands to ensure that all members operate correctly. Observing the band plans and correct procedures is a key factor of the success of HamSphere which is why the admin operators who help support it are keen to ensure that everyone plays fairly. Admins will take action if the rules are not being maintained. In the end the hobby is about having fun, meeting new people and enjoying the world of communication.
Tell a friend
Did you know that you can easily tell your friends about HamSphere and get bonus subscription days? For each friend that signs up you get between 10-15 days extra bonus on your subscription. So tell all your friends about HamSphere via this link.
Hamsphere Facebook Groups
The HamSphere official FaceBook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/hamsphere/
The Datamodes on HamSphere page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/hamspheredatamodes/
The HamSphere SSTV Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/174521919305397/
The HamSphere WeFax Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/117605018396965/
Hamsphere Swag store
Don't forget to visit the Hamsphere Swag store! Pick up hats and t-shirts.
Help make Hamsphere sound good! When you log on....
go to 160 meters and dial in 01.823.45 and do a 10 sec audio test.
Adjust your audio so you will sound great to the other users....help make Hamsphere sound great!
Do you have a question or need help with Hamsphere? ...Remember to use the Support page!
In the last few months we have been experimenting with a number of datamodes on Hamsphere including RTTY, PSK31 and MT63 1000.
Tests with MT63 have been particularly successful with the ability to run very low powers, and operate close to other signals on the band and still achieve 100%. Fast throughput of data is possible and it also works very well across all servers.
Starting frequency for datamodes tends to be around 10120 or 10130, with SSTV sitting on 10140 or 10160. CW mode is also used and a number of stations are keen CW operators. For those whose CW receiving ability is weak FLDIGI will also decode morse code very successfully.
Software: FLDIGI is a popular choice for datamodes, but also MT63 Terminal by IZ8BLY is a good choice. Stations are also using MIXW, and HRD Digital master. MMSSTV is the software of choice for SSTV.
We hope that datamodes activity will increase as more stations gain confidence using it. Help with configuring software and PC settings is available through the facebook group 73 de Mike G0AMO.
BC Band 48 meters
Steve Miller is running the DX Power Hour Of Music only found on HamSphere 48 meter Band..
1) February 24th @ 1600 UTC 3pm EST again at 2000 UTC 7pm EST. 06.225.00 mhz.
We have received some questions about reorganising the BC band frequencies and make some coordination among those. We will cover that later in the news section.
Ole Codgers Net, First Monday each month 21:00 UTC 10m 28.480.00 kHz,
Cod-gers net forum thread
By using our Support Ticket System you can file a support message/question and you will have a reply within 24 hours.
How do I get a new password? We get this question often.
Here are two links to fix this.
Click here to get a new password
Click here to set your own password
If it still doesn't work, please contact our support and we will manually give you a new password.
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