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GB7CIP > PACTOR   07.10.18 10:46l 100 Lines 3205 Bytes #999 (0) @ AUS
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Sent: 181007/0819Z @:GB7CIP.#32.GBR.EURO #:40821 [Caterham Surrey GBR]
From: GB7CIP@GB7CIP.#32.GBR.EURO
To  : PACTOR@AUS


GB7CIP HF PACTOR INFO
GB7CIP HF PACTOR FREQUENCIES

Hello and thanks for your interest in reading this.
The following describes GB7CIP AX25 BBS System PACTOR frequencies.
Note: Relies on this Wireless AX25 BBS service 
      when the Internet links fail.

GB7CIP Lin_XFBB server forward scripts automatically controlling
   SCS PTC-iiPro multimode controller
   Kenwood TS480-Sat (First operational November 2005)
      Scanning, band and frequency selection
      Switching between Homebrew multiple wire dipoles(40,20,15,10m)
      or a ground mounted trapped vertical (80-10m)
      and 3ele HF Beam (20,15,10m)
      Rotator HAM VX/DCU1X and HF beam direction

Tones(4) 1400hz/1600hz USB for P1 P2 and P3 modes

g4apl Paul (gb7cip HF PACTOR) 
Always looking for new HF AX25 Forwarding partners.

He also likes having one to one HF PACTOR QSO's please arrange sked,
either via GB7CIP BBS FBB_Convers  C  (command) or via 14109.0 USB
centre frequency if he notices you have logged on. He will connect back. 
Using the above tones dial USB 14107.5kHz

PACTOR AX25 LinFBB Forwarding sessions commence hourly 
at 28 minutes past the hour.

HF Pactor Frequencies being scanned for connections
    Mark frequencies listed below are based on 1600hz 1400hz tones.
    If you use different tones you will need to minus your
    high tone from the USB Mark Frequency listed below to
    get the USB dial frequency.


HF Beam Headings in unattended mode - Times in GMT/UTC (approx)
VK/ZL Long Path 07:28-09:27
North America   14:28-06:27
Other Times  Towards mainland Europe, Far East and Short Path Oceania.

40M 24 hours  20M 00:00-23:59 UTC 15M 06:00-23:59
##################
MARK QRG USB  DIAL QRG USB  Mode
 7048.00       7046.40      P1,P2
 7050.00       7048.40      P1,P2
 7051.50       7049.90      P1,P2,P3

14091.60      14090.00      P1,P2
14093.50      14091.90      P1,P2
14094.00      14092.40      P1,P2
14096.00      14094.40      P1,P2
14096.60      14095.00      P1,P2

14097.50      14095.90      P1,P2
14098.00      14096.40      P1,P2

14107.00      14105.40      P1,P2,P3
14107.50      14105.90      P1,P2,P3
14110.50      14108.90      P1,P2,P3

21098.00      21096.40      P1,P2
21098.60      21097.00      P1,P2
21098.80      21097.20      P1,P2
21096.60      21095.00      P1,P2

21112.00      21110.40      P1,P2,P3

28306.00      28304.40      P1,P2,P3 Primary
28130.00      28128.40      P1,P2    (Not being scanned)

You can test the AX25 Mail path to GB7CIP.#32.GBR.EURO from your
home BBS. Using the PING route facility. By sending a message
in the following format to the GB7CIP PING Server..

SP PING@GB7CIP.#32.GBR.EURO
Subject: ping
Message: Body  nothing require
with a /EX on a new line to end message

Current active AX25 BBS forward partners are
DB0ZAV F3KT IK0MIL IR0UGN OK0PBR UA6ADV UT1HZM N9LYA N0XR
When propagation behaves itself. 
I find this always interesting when paths are open.

Reviewed 1.10.2018

Hope the above information was useful to you.
Background information can be found on the following web URL.

73 de Paul g4apl SysOp GB7CIP
--
g4apl@gb7cip.#32.gbr.euro http://www.theskywaves.net/pactor.html



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