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Usually QRV CW most evenings, tuning between 472.5 kHz and 475 kHz with CQ's on or near 474.5 kHz. Occasionally QRV JT9, 474.2 kHz dial + 1000 - 1350 Hz. QRV some mornings starting around 1100z on CW. Sked requests are welcome. All activity is noise and WX permitting

The 630-meter discussion panel at Hamcom 2015 is now in the books!

– Posted in: 630 Meter General Topics, 630 Meters

Below is a link to the edited and processed audio recording of the 630-meter discussion panel from Hamcom 2015.  The content speaks for itself.  Guest speakers were Eric Tichansky, NO3M / WG2XJM, and John Molnar, WA3ETD / WG2XKA with John Langridge, KB5NJD / WG2XIQ, as the host and moderator.

I have to apologize for the audio quality from the wireless microphone of the moderator, particularly in the first 45 seconds.  While John M. and Eric sound fantastic, the quality of my microphone leaves a lot to be desired and how it sounds now is after a significant amount of processing.

630-meter Discussion Panel audio from Hamcom 2015

Thanks to Eric and John M. for taking time out of their Saturday to talk to Hamcom attendees.  A tremendous amount of interest has been generated in the North Texas area.

Also thanks to Paula, KD5YHI, for assistance throughout the discussion panel.


John KB5NJD / WG2XIQ Moderating the the 630-meter discussion Panel at Hamcom 2015

The technology used at the discussion forum to connect Eric and John M. with Hamcom