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I’ll have 2m ssb on some summits in NM.
I’m packing up now. Will leave today or tomorrow depending on how I feel.
Quick question Bob. I have a 2.4G yagi. Would it be usable/more effective on my 1.2G radio than the rubber duck? It’s a multiple but not sure that’s good enough to be usable.
On Jul 26, 2020, at 4:51 PM, Bob K0NR <bob@...> wrote:
Our plan for "Colorado SOTA Week" is taking shape (Bob/K0NR and
Thursday - Double activation: Dicks Peak (W0C/FR-041)
and Unnamed 10090 (W0C/SP-101), both south of Hartsel (I don't
know why Dicks is in the FR region).
Friday - Mount Chapman (W0C/SP-043)
Saturday - Unnamed 12792, also known as Buzz Light Year
(W0C/SP-042) near Cottonwood Pass
Sunday - Mount White (W0C/SR-021), a 13er near Mount Antero
Our standard equipment list will include 2m FM, 70 cm FM and 23 cm
FM (1.2 GHz).
We can add in 1.25m FM and 6m / 2m SSB if there's going to be
The standard calling frequency for 23 cm is 1294.5 MHz.