Frequencies to use in cw
2010-11-08 14:16
Hi,

It is recommended to stay below 030 khz on all bands to operate cw. We can do that but not on all bands for example on 20m not below 14.201.00. What is right, what is wrong ?

Thanks for your help.

73,s de HB9BXX
Jean-_Luc
Re: Frequencies to use in cw
2010-11-08 15:29
Hello Jean_Luc


When.... below 030 khz is mentioned it means the LOWER 30 kcs on the BAND.........

example: below 50.130, 28.430, 27.530, 21.330, 18.130, 14.230, 7.030, 3.730, 1.830.......


Hoper that makes it clearer for you to understand.


73

Vic
VE3JAR
Re: Frequencies to use in cw
2012-01-24 19:44
Hi Vic
I may be a little confused but from the Hamsphere band plan I can see no cw allocation available in the 6mhz band and above 10.195. Therefore the examples you give above could be misleading

Personally I would have thought that the lower end of all bands could have and should have a cw allocation

Kind Regards

Roy
G4LJK
Re: How to use CW?
2012-06-07 06:40
Hello & ALOHA From:{AH6TY}
Name:RAY
Im new to Hamsphere,and would like to use & make some CW contacts.
Please advise how & Where to use it?
How to set My CW Speed ?
Mahalo/Thankyou
Ray[AH6TY}
e-mail:raymond1948o@yahoo.com
Re: How to use CW?
2012-06-07 11:43
Hello Ray,

For your info and I am sure to assist many other enthusiastic Hamsphere CW operators, I have put together a "how to connect and use a morse key/paddle in Hamsphere" user guide on my Hamsphere blog.

Please visit and provide feedback.

I hope it helps and maybe we can have a CW QSO soon.

73
Bruce
43HS031

To Whom it may concern:
This is Raymond[AH6TY]
QTH: Oahu,Hawaii
RE: CW
Please send me information,as to how to use [CW},here on HAmsphere?
I hav'nt a clue where & how to get started??
Thank you
Ray[AH6TY]
PS: my e-mail is[ raymond1948o@yahoo.com
Mahalo & Aloha
Re: Frequencies to use in cw
2012-06-14 12:10
The lower 30kcs on each HAMSPHERE BAND is acceptable for CW operation !!!


73
Vic
Re: Frequencies to use in cw
2012-06-14 15:35
Ray,

The permitted CW frequencies in Hamsphere are as follows:
30M 10.101 - 10.195
40M 7.001 - 7.030
80M 3.701 - 3.730
160M 1.801 - 1.830

CW is not permitted outside of these frequency bands.

If you need information on how to hook up a key/paddle/touch keyer then have a look at this page on my blog: http://43hs031.hamsphere.net/?page_id=1062

73
Bruce

Re: Frequencies to use in cw
2012-06-30 11:32
43HS031 Wrote:
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> Ray,
>
> The permitted CW frequencies in Hamsphere are as
> follows:
> 30M 10.101 - 10.195
> 40M 7.001 - 7.030
> 80M 3.701 - 3.730
> 160M 1.801 - 1.830
>
> CW is not permitted outside of these frequency
> bands.
>
> If you need information on how to hook up a
> key/paddle/touch keyer then have a look at this
> page on my blog:
> http://43hs031.hamsphere.net/?page_id=1062
>
> 73
> Bruce

Apparently the band allocation has been changed yet again and CW has been given even less to work with. You can no longer use 40M for CW.

If you consider that 30M usually has band hogging wide band data transmissions, your options for CW use are very limited.

I wonder when or if the "promised CW support" will ever eventuate?????

73
Bruce
43HS031

Re: Frequencies to use in cw
2012-07-01 20:00
Due to the increased demand for audio QSOs on the 40 meter band we have today expanded the 40 meter band to cover 7001-7099 kHz voice only. As of today, no CW on 40 meters.

CW operators, please revert to 160, 80 and 30 meters.

Admin
LAT 48.446400
LONG 9.986000
Re: Frequencies to use in cw
2012-07-17 19:06
Allow me to make a constructive criticism not controversy.
Many CW operators are trying to increase and improve the use of this system even in the frequency of HS .
Now reduce the chance to work is not in the true spirit of development of the hobby.

Many TNX to 43HS031 Bruce for ur site and blog!

73
50HS100
Luigi
Moscow RU
Re: Frequencies to use in cw
2013-02-20 09:00
13HS575 Wrote:
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> Due to the increased demand for audio QSOs on the
> 40 meter band we have today expanded the 40 meter
> band to cover 7001-7099 kHz voice only. As of
> today, no CW on 40 meters.
>
> CW operators, please revert to 160, 80 and 30
> meters.

Thanks for that 13HS175, I've made notes on the operating procedures for manual key operation.
Larry VK6CP
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