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CLUB ACTIVITIES, NETS & REPEATERS

The next event Hamfest del Noroeste – for sunday  march 15 of 2020 in Coliseo Luis Aymat Cardona in Municipio de San Sebastián has been cancel due to COVID-19.

The next event Hamfest del Noroeste – for sunday  march 15 of 2020 in Coliseo Luis Aymat Cardona in Municipio de San Sebastián has been cancel due to COVID-19.

Nets en la banda de HF

DiasHorarioFrecuencia (MHz)Tono (Hz)
Domingos8:00pm (1200 UTC)3.808.0*N/A

* La frecuencia o modo pudieran cambiar dependiendo de la propagación / uso de la banda.


Nets en la banda de VHF & UHF

DiasHorarioFrecuencia (MHz)Tono (Hz)
Miércoles7:00pm (2300 UTC)-146.830136.5
Miércoles7:00pm (2300 UTC)-146.930136.5
Miércoles7:00pm (2300 UTC)-145.110136.5
Miércoles7:00pm (2300 UTC)-145.290136.5
Miércoles7:00pm (2300 UTC)-145.490136.5
Miércoles7:00pm (2300 UTC)+147.030136.5
Miércoles7:00pm (2300 UTC)-447.150107.2
Miércoles7:00pm (2300 UTC)-448.400136.5
Miércoles7:00pm (2300 UTC)-448.800136.5

La F.R.A. cuenta con múltiples repetidores encadenados los cuales están afiliados al club para expandir cobertura. Los mismos son instalados y mantenidos por sus repetitivos trustees.

Repetidores pertenecientes a la F.R.A.

Frecuencia (MHz)Tono (Hz)LocalizaciónCallsignTrustee
-146.830136.5Cayey, P.R.KP4FRAKP4QI
-146.930136.5Maricao, P.R.KP4FRAKP4QI
-448.400136.5Jayuya, P.R.KP4FRAKP4QI

Repetidores afiliados a la F.R.A.

Frecuencia (MHz)Tono (Hz)LocalizaciónCallsignTrustee
-145.110136.5Cayey, P.R.KP4QD KP4QD
-145.150136.5Aguas Buenas, P.R.KP4AMV KP4AMV
-145.490136.5Barranquitas, P.R.KP4LP KP4LP
+147.030136.5Aguada, P.R.WP4S WP4S
-448.800136.5Naranjito, P.R.KP4AMV KP4AMV
DIPOLE CALCULATOR

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Desired Frequency:


Full Dipole Length
-' - --"
-


Each Side/Leg
-' - --"
-

Desired Frequency:


Full Dipole Length
-m -cm -mm
-.--


Each Side/Leg
-m -cm -mm
-.--

Now reset the length of your dipole to the length below and you should be resonant on your desired frequency.

-' - --" = Full Dipole Length
-.-'

-' - --" = Each Side/Leg
-.- ft.


The K5HH Antenna Calculators are for demonstration purposes only and may not reflect actual numbers for your equipment. I have, in good faith, given my best efforts to provide a calculator that will save ham operators time in setting up their antennas. However, ultimate responsibility for the proper use of your equipment lies with you. v1.1.0

Now reset the length of your dipole to the length below and you should be resonant on your desired frequency.

Full Dipole Length
-m -cm -mm
-.--

Each Side/Leg
-m -cm -mm
-.--


The K5HH Antenna Calculators are for demonstration purposes only and may not reflect actual numbers for your equipment. I have, in good faith, given my best efforts to provide a calculator that will save ham operators time in setting up their antennas. However, ultimate responsibility for the proper use of your equipment lies with you. v1.1.0

2 Meters (144-148 MHz)

144.00-144.05EME (CW)
144.05-144.10General CW and weak signals
144.10-144.20EME and weak-signal SSB
144.200National calling frequency
144.200-144.275General SSB operation
144.275-144.300Propagation beacons
144.30-144.50New OSCAR subband
144.50-144.60Linear translator inputs
144.60-144.90FM repeater inputs
144.90-145.10Weak signal and FM simplex (145.01,03,05,07,09 are widely used for packet)
145.10-145.20Linear translator outputs
145.20-145.50FM repeater outputs
145.50-145.80Miscellaneous and experimental modes
145.80-146.00OSCAR subband
146.01-146.37Repeater inputs
146.40-146.58Simplex
146.52National Simplex Calling Frequency
146.61-146.97Repeater outputs
147.00-147.39Repeater outputs
147.42-147.57Simplex
147.60-147.99Repeater inputs

Notes: The frequency 146.40 MHz is used in some areas as a repeater input. This band plan has been proposed by the ARRL VHF-UHF Advisory Co

GMRS Designated Frequencies
Repeater
Out
Repeater
In
Usage
462.550467.55050 watts GMRS
462.5625 5 watts splinter / .5w FRS
462.575467.57550 Watts GMRS
462.5875 5 watts splinter / .5w FRS
462.600467.60050 watts GMRS
462.6125 5 watts splinter / .5w FRS
462.625467.62550 Watts GMRS
462.6375 5 watts splinter / .5w FRS
462.500467.50050 Watts GMRS
462.6625 5 watts splinter / .5w FRS
462.675467.675National Emergency and
Travelers Assist channel
462.6875 5 watts splinter / .5w FRS
462.700467.70050 Watts GMRS
462.7125 5 watts splinter / .5w FRS
462.725467.72550 Watts GMRS
467.5625 .5w FRS
467.5875 .5w FRS
467.6125 .5w FRS
467.6375 .5w FRS
467.6625 .5w FRS
467.6875 .5w FRS
467.7125 .5w FRS
CB FrequencyCB ChannelCustomary Use
26.96500CB Channel 01open to all
26.97500CB Channel 02open to all
26.98500CB Channel 03open to all
27.00500CB Channel 04open to all–4×4 channel
27.01500CB Channel 05open to all
27.02500CB Channel 06open to all
27.03500CB Channel 07open to all
27.05500CB Channel 08open to all
27.06500CB Channel 09Emergency
27.07500CB Channel 10open to all–regional roads
27.08500CB Channel 11open to all
27.10500CB Channel 12open to all
27.11500CB Channel 13open to all–marine, RV
27.12500CB Channel 14open to all–walkie talkies
27.13500CB Channel 15open to all
27.15500CB Channel 16open to all (also SSB)
27.16500CB Channel 17open to all–North/South Traffic
27.17500CB Channel 18open to all
27.18500CB Channel 19Truckers–East/West Hwy Traffic
27.20500CB Channel 20open to all
27.21500CB Channel 21open to all–regional roads
27.22500CB Channel 22open to all
27.25500CB Channel 23open to all
27.23500CB Channel 24open to all
27.24500CB Channel 25open to all
27.26500CB Channel 26open to all
27.27500CB Channel 27open to all
27.28500CB Channel 28open to all
27.29500CB Channel 29open to all
27.30500CB Channel 30open to all
27.31500CB Channel 31open to all
27.32500CB Channel 32open to all
27.33500CB Channel 33open to all
27.34500CB Channel 34open to all
27.35500CB Channel 35open to all
27.36500CB Channel 36open to all (also SSB)
27.37500CB Channel 37open to all (also SSB)
27.38500CB Channel 38open to all (also SSB, LSB)
27.39500CB Channel 39open to all (also SSB)
27.40500CB Channel 40open to all (also SSB)
Marine VHF Designated Frequencies
Channel NumberShip Transmit
MHz
Ship Receive
MHz
Intended And Designated Use
01A156.050156.050Port Operations and Commercial, VTS.  Available only in New Orleans / Lower Mississippi area.
05A156.250156.250Port Operations or VTS in the Houston, New Orleans and Seattle areas.
06156.300156.300Intership Safety
07A156.350156.350Commercial
08156.400156.400Commercial (Intership only)
09156.450156.450Boater Calling.  Commercial and Non-Commercial.
10156.500156.500Commercial
11156.550156.550Commercial.  VTS in selected areas.
12156.600156.600Port Operations.  VTS in selected areas.
13156.650156.650Intership Navigation Safety (Bridge-to-bridge).  Ships >20m length maintain a listening watch on this channel in US waters.
14156.700156.700Port Operations.  VTS in selected areas.
15156.750Environmental (Receive only).  Used by Class C EPIRBs.
16156.800156.800International Distress, Safety and Calling.  Ships required to carry radio, USCG, and most coast stations maintain a listening watch on this channel.
17156.850156.850State Control
18A156.900156.900Commercial
19A156.950156.950Commercial
20157.000161.600Port Operations (duplex)
20A157.000157.000Port Operations
21A157.050157.050U.S. Coast Guard only
22A157.100157.100Coast Guard Liaison and Maritime Safety Information Broadcasts.   Broadcasts announced on channel 16.
23A157.150157.150U.S. Coast Guard only
24157.200161.800Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
25157.250161.850Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
26157.300161.900Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
27157.350161.950Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
28157.400162.000Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
63A156.175156.175Port Operations and Commercial, VTS.  Available only in New Orleans / Lower Mississippi  area.
65A156.275156.275Port Operations
66A156.325156.325Port Operations
67156.375156.375Commercial.  Used for Bridge-to-bridge communications in lower Mississippi River.  Intership only.
68156.425156.425Non-Commercial
69156.475 156.475Non-Commercial
70156.525156.525Digital Selective Calling (voice communications not allowed)
71156.575156.575 Non-Commercial
72156.625156.625Non-Commercial (Intership only)
73156.675156.675Port Operations
74156.725156.725Port Operations
77156.875156.875Port Operations (Intership only)
78A156.925156.925Non-Commercial
79A156.975156.975Commercial.  Non-Commercial in Great Lakes only
80A157.025157.025Commercial.  Non-Commercial in Great Lakes only
81A157.075157.075U.S. Government only – Environmental protection operations.
82A157.125157.125U.S. Government only
83A157.175157.175U.S. Coast Guard only
84157.225161.825Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
85157.275161.875Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
86157.325161.925Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
87157.375161.975Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
AIS 1161.975161.975Automatic Identification System #1 (AIS) – Special equipment required!
88157.425162.025Public Correspondence only near Canadian border.
AIS 2162.025162.025Automatic Identification System #2 (AIS) – Special equipment required!
88A157.425157.425Commercial, Intership only.
NOAAWeather 1WX1162.550
NOAAWeather 2WX2162.400
NOAAWeather 3WX3162.475
NOAAWeather 4WX4162.425
NOAAWeather 5WX5162.450
NOAAWeather 6WX6162.500
NOAAWeather 7WX7162.525

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