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RSGB Hope QSO Party – The RTTY Parts

– The RTTY Partsin this time of pandemic I believe amateur radio is one ofthe best hobbies world wide. 

Pity is, that almost all events had to be canceled.Nice too see that amateur radio organizations are thinkingand planing some events in this difficult time. 

I picked up for you the RTTY parts of the Hope QSO Party :
HQP #1 RTTY 1 Mo 13.04.20 08:30 – 10:00

RTTYHQP #1 RTTY 2 Di 21.04.20 10:00 – 11:30

RTTYHQP #1 RTTY 3 Mi 29.04.20 11:30 – 13:00

RTTYHQP #1 RTTY 4 Do 04.05.20 13:00 – 14:30

RTTYHQP #1 RTTY 5 Fr 15.05.20 14:30 – 16:00

RTTYTime of course in UTC.
For all informations got to → INFO ←

RTTY Activity Centre

RTTY Activity Centre
160m 1840 KHz DX calling QRG
160m 1835-1842 KHz
80m 3580-3600 KHz
80m 3585 & 3590 KHz DX calling QRG
80m Japan: 3520-3525 KHz
80m Japan: 3580-3629 KHz
60m 5354 KHz DX calling QRG
40m 7040-7050 KHz
40m 7040 & 7045 KHz DX calling QRG
40m USA; 7080-7100 KHz
30m 10130-10140 KHz
30m 10142 & 10144 KHz DX calling QRG
20m 14070-14099 KHz ( Beacons on 14100)
20m 14101-14150 KHz
20m 14080 & 14085 KHz DX calling QRG
17m 18100-18105 KHz
17m 18101 KHz DX calling QRG
15m 21070-21100 KHz
15m 21080 & 21085 KHz DX calling QRG
12m 24920-24925 KHz
12m 24921 KHz DX calling QRG
10m 28070-28150 KHz
10m 28080 & 28085 KHz DX calling QRG
6m 50300 KHz DX calling QRG
6m 50300-50350 KHz
Amateur radio RTTY frequencies. It is easy to remember the ham radio band plans for RTTY: most activity will be found between 80 and 100 kHz up from the bottom edge of the band, except on 80 meters, which goes an additional 40 or 50 kHz higher, and on 160 meters. 160 meter RTTY activity is rare, but when found, it is usually between 1800 and 1820 in USA.
RTTY allocations for 40 meters vary greatly all over the world. In the US, RTTY is permitted between 7000 and 7150, although most US activity is between 7080 and 7100. DX activity is often found between 7040 and 7050.
Frequencies in JAPAN & USA:
3580-3620 kHz (3520-3525 in Japan)

RTTY Survey 2015

We invite everyone to take a quick survey on RTTY contesting. There are 23 multiple choice questions that are easy to answer in less than 5 minutes. The questions expand on the surveys done in 2007 and 2010, so we can see how our preferences have evolved.
Please take the survey as soon as possible, and no later than Saturday, 9 May, 2359 UTC. We will compile the results and present at the Dayton RTTY Forum the following weekend. The results will also be archived onwww.rttycontesting.com.
Thanks & 73,
Ed W0YK, Don AA5AU, Larry K8UT




The SSB and RTTY Club of COMO and the A.R.I. (Associazione Radioamatori Italiani) are pleased to announce the details of the 48th “Alessandro VOLTA RTTY DX CONTEST”.

This contest is organized to increase interest in RTTY mode as used by radio amateurs and to honor the Italian discoverer of electricity, ALESSANDRO VOLTA.

TEST PERIOD: from 12:00 GMT Saturday May 9, 2015 until 12:00 GMT Sunday May 10, 2015. Continue reading 49th ALESSANDRO VOLTA RTTY DX CONTEST

NSSS RTTY ladder

Coming up september 5th is NSSS ladder


Continue reading NSSS RTTY ladder