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  Topic: Simulcasting HF nets (4 replies)
#1     Mon Apr 23, 2007 8:30 am
VE3EFC
 
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Subject: Simulcasting HF nets

We have a Qsonet rule that linkages between RF and Qsonet be confined to the 29 Mhz Band. These links consist mostly of Qsonet to VHF gateways and repeaters.

Clarification April 2007: Live HF nets, including round table Qso's and DX nets may be simulcast on any Qsonet band, providing 1) The licensed operator is in full control. 2) the Qsonet frequency is the same as the RF frequency.

73, Doug
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#2     Sat Apr 28, 2007 12:17 pm
AB5FA
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Hi Doug,
I am a new member so this ? may seem dumb. I would like to link an HF net on 3.905 each nite to CQ-100 . How do I go about doing that.

Thanks
Oris AB5FA
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#3     Sun Apr 29, 2007 10:05 am
VE3EFC
 
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Feed your rig audio into your sound card line-in plug.
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#4     Mon May 07, 2007 7:12 am
K1LCH
Valrico, Florida
 
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Doug -

Recall that I Broadcast the Waterway Radio Cruising Club on 29.268 per your earlier instructions.

Does this April 2007 Clarification mean that I can now broadcast this net on 7.268 mHz (real radio freq)? There is No active link to live RF just passive broadcast of audio.

Terry K1LCH
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#5     Mon May 07, 2007 9:50 am
VE3EFC
 
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Hi Terry,

If your radio is hearing RF at 7.268, you can broadcast it on the Qsonet system at 7.268. The Canadian government has assured us this is legal because hams have no expectation of privacy on the air.

Just don't leave it on all day broadcasting random on-air sounds. A specific net in progress is fine. Be sure the Qsonet frequency is avaialble before you start the broadcast.

73, Doug
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