Michael F. Bowman (mfbowman@CAPACCESS.ORG)
Fri, 1 Aug 1997 02:13:34 -0400
>From Mike Brown's K2BSA web page:
K2BSA/4 will operate on the US Scout JOTA frequencies. These are the same
as the international frequencies, with the exception of 40 and 80 Meters
phone (the international frequency is not available in the US) and 10
Meters phone (additional frequency in the US Novice/Tech+ band).
80 Meters: Phone: 3.940 MHz CW:3.590 MHz
40 Meters: Phone: 7.290 MHz CW:7.030 MHz
20 Meters: Phone: 14.290 MHz CW: 14.070 MHz
15 Meters: Phone: 21.360 MHz CW: 21.140 MHz
10 Meters: Phone: 28.360 & 28,990 MHz CW: 28.190 MHz
2 Meters FM Repeater: 145.17 MHz (-600 offset)
Note: K2BSA Staff Operators will monitor this frequency 24-hours a
day for information requests and emergency calls.
Jamboree net will meet on this repeater at 7:00 PM every evening.
Monitor repeater during mobilizations and emergencies.
70cm FM Repeater: 442.90 MHz (+5 MHz Offset) This repeater may be
linked to the two meter repeater. If it is not, it will NOT be monitored by
K2BSA. Make emergency calls on the two-meter repeater.
2 Meters FM Simplex: 147.42 MHz
Note: this frequency should be used by on-site operators as a
move-off and alternate calling frequency. It will not be monitored. Use
2 Meter Packet BBS: K2BSA-4 147.585
(note: incoming mail should be addressed to:
Jamboree Net: 1900 Local every evening during the Jamboree on the
145.17 MHz Jamboree Two Meter Repeater. Net Control K2BSA/4.
Emergency Operation: All hams at the Jamboree are encouraged to
register with K2BSA as soon as possible after arrival. In case of emergency,
monitor the Jamboree Two Meter Repeater for bulletins. If the
repeater is not operating, use the Jamboree Simplex frequency and listen
or relay stations.
QSL Information: QSL via K2BSA, Boy Scout National Headquarters,
1325 Walnut Hill Lane, Irving Texas 75062. SASE, please.
Speaking only for myself in the Scouting Spirit, Michael F. Bowman
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