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New forum added due to popular demand, discuss all facets of shortwave radio (long distance transmission) here
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dags19
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Post by dags19 » Tue Oct 14, 2014 4:45 pm

Just starting to get into shortwave as brisbane is going on grn etc soon,so what are a couple of good frequencies to start my shortwave journey i live around the chermside area

vkcpolice

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Post by vkcpolice » Tue Oct 14, 2014 4:49 pm

Its hard to say because conditions are constantly changing and a lot of stations have mutable frequency's to match different ionospheric conditions. your best bet is Google or just have a tune around and see what skip is coming in

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Post by dags19 » Tue Oct 14, 2014 5:30 pm

okay thanks for that

vkcpolice

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Post by vkcpolice » Wed Oct 15, 2014 9:34 am

These are the Ham radio bands if you want to listen to them

160 metres 1.800-1.875mhz
80 metres 3.500-3.800mhz
40 metres 7.000-7.300mhz
30 metres 10.100-10.150mhz
20 metres 14.000-14.350mhz
17 metres 18.068-18.168mhz
12 metres 24.890-24.990mhz
10 metres 28.000-29.700mhz

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