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Nice site, lots of useful information.
73 de 26TM205

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Cb operator for over 25 years , working my way in to Ham licensing

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Hello all been very Quiet in Alaska on all HF Bands.....Waiting for it to pick back up some day !

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G'day All
It would be nice if the DX was a lot better down in the south pacific, looking forward to more come back for the new antenna.
Best dx and 73's to all operators.

43AU001 Dave :D

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Hi
Think the ground wave was alive today.
26fl416 Allen 5/5 to me today down here but sadly not able to make it back to you, not for the want of trying from the static mobile!.
73s
T.

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I just stumbled upon your website and decided to say "hello."

73,
Steve W6SAE

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Great website, small but full of useful information such as the 11 meter frequencies particular to the 161 division, Poland. Thanks!

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I need help,
i had a wonderful QSO at 02.08.2016 to the Station
26 Foxtrot Lima 416 ....Allan from U K
He says i must look here for Contact to send him a QSL Card.
Please help me here or send me a private email
Thanks a lot
PS. Great Site
55/73
13 HG

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Excellent and informative site.Very interesting.

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The feqeuency / channel charts for 11m aren't correct.
ONLY the CEPT / German channels 1-40 have the so called "alphachannels" left out (...45 and ...49 until channel 20), and the "twisted" frequencies on channels 23 - 25 (due to a previous reservation and later back-assigning to the CB band).
Those irregularites are NOT to be replicated on the band below (channels 41-80) or further bands above and below.
There is NO "alphachannels" and also no twisted frequencies.
Especially the "printable chart" is wrong in that regard, but also the other freq/ch chart.

This should be corrected.

Admin reply: Hello Pete.

These charts are meant for people who use radios like President Jackson
for 11m DXing. For example, I have in my collection a 6 band Jackson
with a band switch with bands from A to F. You can use the band switch
to move the 40 channels up or down in frequency. If you use such a radio,
the chart shows the correct frequency for the channel on display.

As to the A channels, these could be marked on the chart as [channel]+10kHz
or [channel]A (+10kHz) as this is the frequency you get when you use the +10kHz
function on your radio. (Use +10kHz on channel 11 on any band and you get to the
frequency marked 11A in the chart.) But I am sure people using these types
of radios understand this.

On my Jackson the German channel 41 (26.565 MHz) can be found on channel 5 on
band C.

You can find the German CB channels listed at: http://fldx.org/site/ger-cb-channels.php

Best regards
56FL001 Timo
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