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Friday, February 15, 2008

Surfin': Real Low Banding on 600 Meters

In this week’s Surfin’, read all about the ARRL 600 meters/500 kHz experiment on the abandoned maritime band. Then come back here to post your comments, if any.

By the way, Surfin’ is a weekly column published on ARRLWeb features Web sites related to Amateur Radio, specifically, and radio, in general. If you have any suggestions for Surfin’, please contact WA1LOU using the e-mail link to the right.

1 comment:

  1. As a long-time lowfer (I ran a beacon in Wallingford, CT in the '70s) I might also suggest the site, the site of the LongWave Club of America. There are LOTS of so called license-free, "Part 15", bands that are being used for some very long distance beaconing and QSOs using both simple and exotic modes.