Bill V WA7NWP
wa7nwp at gmail.com
Sun Mar 14 15:05:55 PDT 2010
Thanks Peter... I'll put those in -- probably this evening. Doing
battle with the lawn and trees right now.
I've been monitoring 223.500 - which is listed as the main simplex
calling channel. Is there any activity at all on there?
I doubt I'll get into either 224.28 or 224.78 until I get an better
antenna up higher. 224.78 was marginal the last time I was on and I
had a lot better antenna then I do now. Same for Cap Peak. I hear
the 2 meter station none too strong.
224.22 should work great..
223.97? Wasn't that 96 or 94? That was strong into my mobile a
couple days ago.
> Here are a few frequencies to program in to your new radio:
> 224.22 Lake Forest Park 103.5 (WA7FUS)
> 224.78 Lyman Peak 103.5 (N7IPB & WA7FUS)
> 224.28 Capital Peak 103.5 (Linked to 224.78)
> 223.86 Lyman Peak 103.5
> 223.97 Haystack Mt. 110.9 (W2ZT)
> 228.98 East Tiger 100 (N7NW)
> 224.12 East Tiger 103.5 (K7LED)
> 224.34 West Tiger 107.2 (K7NWS)
> 224.92 South Mt. 103.5 (K7KG)
> 224.54 Orcas Island 67 (WA6MPG)
> I monitor 224.78, 224.22, 223.86, and 224.22 most all of the time when I am
> at home. When mobile I monitor 224.78 or 224.22.
> Please give 224.22 and 224.78 a try to see how well you get into them. When
> trying 224.78 also try 224.28 to see which of the two of them is best from
> your house since they are linked together most of the time.
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