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  Topic: frequency psk31 (8 replies)
#1     Wed Aug 12, 2009 6:59 pm
K8LEN
indiana
 
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Subject: frequency psk31

ANYONE have a certain frequency for psk, I havent found one yet

POB/K8LEN
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#2     Wed Jan 13, 2010 6:22 am
G3VLQ
Yeovil
 
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Subject: PSK freq.

Hi, I have just d/l cq100 & been looking at the forum & came accross your message.
I would be interested to know if you found out about the freq. for psk.

PSK was my main activity when I operated with RF but now have no room for antennas :(

Also, can you tell me,is the call freq. on 14.058 used or is it redundant ?

73
Alan G3VLQ
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#3     Wed Jan 13, 2010 9:10 am
K8LEN
indiana
 
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Subject: psk

HELLO
I find some stations on the calling frequency for cw only, always in the am....Monday-Friday, the on the weekend, anytime.

PSK is on 14.070..although I havent worked anyone yet but have heard a few on.

I use 14.080 for RTTY and have made at least a contact some times 2 a day in the mornings.

Program I use is FLDIGI, which works just super for me.

See you on the air.

POB/K8LEN
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#4     Wed Jan 13, 2010 8:43 pm
KC0ZBS
Des Moines, IA
 
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Subject:

Agreed with the above. I personally leave .058 open for cw calling and call my Psk cq's on .070 and all other digi cq's (rtty, hell, olivia etc) on .080. That said, I will sometimes call cq on digi modes on other freq's just to try and get people to move around the bands a little. It doesn't take long to recognize the mode being called by ear.
For convenience, people still seem to stick to 20 meters, I'd like to see more activity spread around.
Also, 14.230 is used for SSTV.
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#5     Thu Jan 14, 2010 9:12 am
K8LEN
indiana
 
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Subject: MODES

Interesting, especially in reference to sstv. I would have no idea on that, I might have to research that one for a very simple program and how to xmit a pic.

See you on the digital frequencies.

POB/K8LEN
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#6     Thu Jan 14, 2010 4:14 pm
NJ3H
Stephens City, Virginia, USA
 
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From what I have been told, the only program that will work worth a hoot on CQ100 for SSTV is MixW in TTT mode. I am getting ready to start trying to get that to work with another ham, who has been successful with this. For some reason, the other SSTV programs do not perform well with CQ100.

George
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#7     Fri Jan 15, 2010 9:28 am
K8LEN
indiana
 
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Subject: SSTV

OK GEORGE, sounds great, please keep us posted.

POB/K8LEN
CQ100 14.080 RTTY :D
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#8     Wed Mar 07, 2012 2:37 am
G3VLQ
Yeovil
 
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Subject: PSK etc

Pob/K8LEN

A couple of years ago I had a short conversation with you regarding a PSK frequency but had to leave radio for a while but have now returned.

Have I got things wrong in thinking that I don't need an actual rig with CQ100 to operate the digital modes as that is what the home page of QSONET seems to say ?
If that is the case how do I get the CQ100 to switch to those modes ?

I D/Led Fldigi but it will not work on this PC (Windows Vista).When I try to run it I get a message that it has stopped working & closes.I tried it with compatiblity set to XP but it made no difference.

Someone please help

Alan G3VLQ
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#9     Tue Apr 03, 2012 8:00 am
K8LEN
indiana
 
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Subject: digital modes

Just download fldigi<free>, it works great for cq100 and digital modes.
sstv Many use mmsstv, although it has to be converted to internet usage.
Mixw doesn't just use ttt mode....
POB/K8LEN :D
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