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  • DL6RCN at 22h14: Hi there :)
  • G0MRF at 21h58: Hi All. The new 2017/18 season is here I am going to try and be QRV each week on Friday at 21:00 local UK time around 472.6. - 73 David
  • WG2XSV at 04h11: active on wspr
  • N6SPP at 03h47: 18april, hola
  • N6SPP at 18h55: Hello all de n6spp
  • I5MXX at 22h15: anybody active 472.4 cw ?
  • G0MRF at 00h14: VO1NA CQ on 477.700 569 on peaks. 05/02/17 00:12UTC
  • IK2DED at 17h11: QRV again at 472.4 more or less every evenings at 22.30 local time, only CW 73ssss
  • IK5QLO at 17h15: Calling CQ now 1350 Hz
  • IK5QLO at 16h28: Hi,is there anyone QRV now for a JT9 test?
  • G3XIZ at 08h08: It was an FB QRSS evening yesterday (26 Nov)but activity could have been higher. Thanks for contacts with G3KEV, DK1IS and DK7FC plus DJ6CB on CW Hopefully a few more ops will be QRV tonight.
  • I55387FI at 20h55: Good evening to All !!! I55387FI Daniele from JN52HX !!! :D
  • IK1HGI at 15h22: Hello Rik was a silly question the info I have not read ok !! the use so QRSS3, QRSS10 476 150 khz ... the recommended frequency range of 476-477 kHz. thanks ik1hgi
  • OR7T at 07h05: Hello Antonio! Permanent beacons are not recommended (see http://www.472khz.org/pages/posts/iaru-regon-i-interim-meeting-2016-12.php), but a test for 1 week should be OK this time of the year. Narrow band modes (QRSS or DFCW) are preferred above CW. Recommended frequency range is 476-477 kHz.
  • IK1HGI at 14h23: hello to all advice from you. stupid question I would like to test 630 khz so Beacon ik1hgi / b me what consigniate on how often I can stand 472/474 kHz +/- 50 Hz for a period !!! a week .... thanks
  • IK1HGI at 08h03: Ieri sera un test nel modo QRSS 3 eccellente risultato ricevuto da Stefany DK7FC anche con molto QRM ha ricevuto il segnale con 1 watt EIPR
  • G3XIZ at 19h52: Calling CQ now.
  • G3XIZ at 20h18: Calling CQ now
  • G3XIZ at 19h38: Thanks Ian. Very little activity on MF at the moment.
  • G4GIR at 18h47: Further to the current thinking, the BAND PLAN as shown on this site is a RECOMMENDATION.
  • G4GIR at 18h42: Chris, Looking at the original NoV, RSGB and OFFCOM documentation, I haven't found any mention of MODES of operation permitted or otherwise, so can only assume it must be permitted!
  • G3XIZ at 22h19: Would a UK station transmitting a QRP A.M. signal in the centre of the MF band be contravening the licence conditions?
  • F6CNI at 17h03: Hello dear friends. Due to new spring season, I stop now my transmissions on MF, and I'll back next october. But I am still OK QRV on reception if you want any test... 73 de Andy.
  • IK1HGI at 08h32: Hi all! Thanks for accepting my request! 73 Antonio ik1hgi
  • OR7T at 22h54: I just fixed the refresh issues with this chatbox. It should work fine now, refreshing every 30 seconds (the impatient can use their browser refresh button ;) )
  • OR7T at 16h07: All: fixed the date format problems in the first contact form, just got rid of the fancy datepicker that works different in various browsers
  • IK0VVE at 22h45: Rik, added a link on my web site :D
  • OR7T at 22h36: All, I noticed that there are some refresh issues with the chatbox. I'll try to fix these asap
  • IK0VVE at 22h23: Hi all! Thanks for accepting my request!
  • WG2XKA at 19h45: Nice Site! TNX! de WG2XKA Vermont USA
  • OR7T at 18h34: Tom, the empty dates are fixed :)
  • OR7T at 18h27: Hi Tom, if your browser does not support HTML5 the online calendar will not work. But you should be able to enter the date manual (format YYYY-MM-DD)
  • DK1IS at 18h03: First List: what does it mean "your browser is not supporting HTML5!"? Is this the reason for omitting the QSO dates?
  • DK1IS at 17h11: Ah, now it seems to work - donĀ“t ask me why;)
  • DK1IS at 16h49: Hi Rik, please tell me how to make the recommended change of the initial password and how to enter the fillig of the "Who is who"? Tu es 73,Tom,DK1IS

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