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Flying Pigs QRP Club Official Frequencies
| Standard QRP
CW & SSB
| Europe QRP
CW & SSB
| OTHER QRP
CW & SSB
| FPqrp Club
|1,810/1,910 KHz||/1,843 KHz||1,814 KHz|
|3,560/3,985 KHz||/3,690 KHz||Novice 3,710 KHz||3,564 KHz|
|7,040/7,285 KHz||7,030/7,090 KHz|| NorCal 7,112 KHz
Novice 7,110 KHz
|10,106 KHz||QRP-L 10,116 Khz||10,110 KHz|
|14,060/14,285 KHz||FP/PSK/14,071 KHz||14,062 KHz|
|18,096/18,130 KHz||18,085/ KHz||18,100 KHz|
|21,060/21,385 KHz||/21,285 KHz||Novice 21,110 Khz||21,064 KHz|
|24,906/24,950 KHz||24,910 KHz|
|27,185/27,185 KHz||27,185 KHz|
|28,060/28,385 KHz||28,360 KHz||Novice 28,110 KHz||28,064 KHz|
These are Standard Qrp & FPqrp Club Monitoring and Net frequencies
ALL FPqrp frequencies are UP 4 KHz from the standard qrp frequencies
except 20 meters which is UP 2 KHz
FISTS Centre of Activity Frequencies
This page gives details of the FISTS Centre of Activity Frequencies that you can use to monitor and contact members.
The recommended areas are the following frequencies plus or minus 10 kHz. If you are not using QRP (5 Watts output or less), please use the 10 kHz that avoids the QRP areas per the table.
|6m||Starting August 2014, 50.058 MHz|
If you’re a member or not, call on or around these frequencies at whatever speed you’re happy at, be it 5 wpm or 35 wpm, and you will most likely get a reply from one of our members. We pride ourselves on having a friendly, helpful membership that is always ready to assist the newcomer as well as veteran operators.
SKCC Member Operating Frequencies
Suggested calling frequencies in Mhz:
All frequencies are + or – 10kHz.
SKCC members who use bugs are encouraged to make higher speed calls/CQs 2 KHz above the calling frequencies.
SKCC members who prefer QRS (sending slowly) are encouraged to make calls 2 KHz down from the calling frequencies.
The Elmer frequency for beginning operators is 7114 KHz. It’s a safe haven for CW newcomers to get on the air. All Elmers or anyone who wants to help are encouraged to monitor the frequency and work the beginners.