Radio Propagation Conditions
“The wireless telegraph is not difficult to understand. The ordinary telegraph is like a very long cat. You pull the tail in New York, and it meows in Los Angles. The wireless is the same, only without the cat.” – A. Einstein
146.730 (-) PL 100Hz – linked to Buffalo (146.88)
146.820 (-) PL 100Hz
449.700 (-) PL 100Hz
147.255 (+) PL 100Hz
146.880 (-) PL 100Hz – linked to Sheridan (146.73)
Other Web Sites of Interest
Wyoming Repeaters Map based information about Wyoming repeater and linked repeater systems.
K9YA Telegraph A free, monthly Ham Radio e-zine.
A new solar minimum? If the predictions of this article bear out, the nature of HF radio will change. If a “solar winter” is coming, 160 m and 80 m will be the go to bands. Nevertheless, simply using FT8 shows the 20 m through 10 m bands still have occasional openings. When you see FT8 activity on a band, try giving a call.