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Old 04-01-2017, 1:15 PM
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Originally Posted by ka3jjz View Post
With the very low power and antenna restrictions, these are no doubt going to be used for narrow band digital modes, likely slow speed stuff like QRSS. Might be able to squeeze PSK31 if it's narrow enough

Mike
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LF amateur 2200 meter band 135.7- 137.8 kHz (2.1KHx wide). FYI a dipole would be nearly a mile long, maximum power would be 5 watts EIRP.
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MF 630 meter band for US amateurs 472-479 kHz. FYI a dipole would be a mere 635 feet long. A non-loaded vertical would be 32 stories high (to say nothing of your ground radials). Maximum EIRP would be 5 watts.
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