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FT8 144.174 1000Hz.
Power 6 W FT8 GPS locked into a 5el

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D41CV 2m FT8 ready for Transatlantic

Hi everyone,

at D4C there are experiments going on on 2m FT8.
Thanks to Mark EA8FF, D4C station was upgraded in a way that FT8 mode is manageable on remote. We run several hundreds of HF FT8 QSO signing D41CV.
Operators are now attentive to the next days tropo condx to operate the station as per the following information just released:

As there might be tropo across the Atlantic sometimes around next Tuesday onward, D41CV station (located in Cape Verde), WW Locator HK76MU will be attentive to any opening.

Please spread the info if anybody across has FT8 on 2.
D41CV remote crew will operate on
FT8 144.174 1000Hz. 
Power 6 W FT8 GPS locked into a 5el yagi.

D4C Forum: New board over Transatlantic communications

The Monteverde Contest team D4C has just opened a board on its forum for discussions over Transatlantic communications and beacons.

http://d4c.cc/d4c-forum-new-board-over-transatlantic-beacons

The wish at D4C is that this forum could become a worldwide reference to exchange information, ideas, opinions, experiences and anything else related to Transoceanic communications on HAM bands on VHF and up.

If you like to contribute,please visit www.forum.d4c.cc and follow the registration process.

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