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International Marconi Day and NPOTA

The next KM1CC on-the-air event will be
April 23, 2016   0000 UTC-2400 UTC for International Marconi Day and NPOTA (SS03).
KM1CC, the Marconi Cape Cod Radio Club, partners with Cape Cod National Seashore for Marconi related events.  Marconi’s Wellfleet, MA USA wireless station is listed as a National Landmark on the National Register of Historic Places (1975) and is now part of the Seashore.  Weather permitting, KM1CC will set up a temporary ARS inside the park’s old Coast Guard Station, Eastham.
Follow KM1CC on Facebook and dxsummit.fi for frequency updates for both CW and SSB operations.
Frequency plan- we will switch bands as conditions change and to respect other operators.
15 M     21.360 SSB                              21.035 CW
17M      18.160 SSB                              18.080 CW
40M      7.130-7.260 SSB                     7.035 CW
30 M                                                            10.110.CW
20M      14.260 SSB                              14.035 CW
80M      3.660-3.860 SSB                      3.535 CW
160 M         TBA SSB                          TBA     CW

DMR     Digital Mobile Radio           2 M VHF Digital  FM 4FSK

NE1B operating on-site DMR and HF.

To QSL
By Mail:
SASE required – DX contacts may use the bureau
KM1CC, Marconi Cape Cod Radio Club
Cape Cod National Seashore
99 Marconi Site Rd
Wellfleet MA 02667

International Marconi Day

The next KM1CC on-the-air event will be April 23, 2016   0000 UTC-2400 UTC for International Marconi Day and NPOTA (SS03).

KM1CC, the Marconi Cape Cod Radio Club, partners with Cape Cod National Seashore for Marconi related events.  Marconi’s Wellfleet, MA USA wireless station is listed as a National Landmark on the National Register of Historic Places (1975) and is now part of the Seashore.  Weather permitting, KM1CC will set up a temporary ARS inside the park’s old Coast Guard Station, Eastham.

Follow KM1CC on Facebook and dxsummit.fi for frequency updates for both CW and SSB operations.

Frequency plan- we will switch bands as conditions change and to respect other operators.

15 M       21.360 SSB                            21.035 CW

17M      18.160 SSB                              18.080 CW

40M      7.130-7.260 SSB                       7.035 CW

30 M                                                             10.110.CW

20M      14.260 SSB                              14.035 CW

80M      3.660-3.860 SSB                        3.535 CW
160 M              TBA SSB                     TBA     CW

 

DMR                                  2 M VHF Digital  FM 4FSK
Digital Mobile Radio

I have been asked to help operate on DMR and HF.  We will operate on the World Wide, North America and TAC310 talk groups on DMR.

73,  Bill – NE1B