RADIOSPORT HEADSET, RS60CF, BOOM-MIKE, YAESU CABLE

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RADIOSPORT HEADSET, RS60CF, BOOM-MIKE, YAESU CABLE

Radiosport Headset w/Boom Mike, RS60CF. Like new condition in original packaging. Non-Smoker.  Used about a dozen times. We bought two of these headsets to NCS phone nets, but it didn’t happen.  They’ve been on the shelf a few years. This cable fits Yaesu FT-817, 857, 897, & 450. Maybe more, I don’t know.  Cables for all radios available @ RadioSport.   Price: $280 + ship/ins

http://www.arlancommunications.com/products/amateurRadio/radioSport/rs60CF.asp  

We have another RS60CF, same as this one, but with cables and mic elements for Elecraft KX-3 (CS6-KX3 cable & M360 mic) & Yaesu FT-450, 897, 857, 817 (CS6-FTY-SPEC cable & M208 mic). We also have a smaller RadioSport headband for XYLs available.

 

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FEMA Region X HF Interoperability Testing (60m)


FEMA Region X Monthly Interoperability NET, which comprises Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, conducts a monthly interoperability communications exercise on the 60-meter band. This exercise often includes a voice portion and a digital portion.

FEMA Region X uses the call sign of WGY910. The COMMEX occurs on the third Wednesday of the month from 1730 to 1900Z. Primary check-in is usually on 60-meter channel 1.

FEMA Region X Monthly Interoperability NET

3rd Wednesday 1730Z - 1900Z
Channel 1: 5330.5 kHz
Channel 2: 5346.5 kHz
Channel 3: 5357.0 kHz
Channel 4: 5371.5 kHz
Channel 5: 5403.5 kHz
1730Z Open net, delay check-ins
60M - CH1
1735Z NCS sends 1st dig msg
60M - BPSK31 - CH 2
1740Z NCS repeats 1st dig msg using alt mode
60M - MT63-2KL CH2
1745Z NCS calls for check-ins and reports
60M - CH1
1815Z NCS TX 2nd digital msg
60M - BPSK31 - CH 2
1825Z NCS reTX 2nd dig msg using alt mode
60M - MT63-2KL - CH 2
1827Z NCS calls for reports
60M - CH 1
1850Z NCS closes the net
60M - CH 1

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SHORTWAVE RADIOGRAM

Shortwave Radiogram transmits digital text and images on an analog shortwave broadcast transmitter. The program is produced and presented by Dr. Kim Andrew Elliott KD9XB. Shortwave Radiogram continues VOA Radiogram's tradition testing new modes and is an interesting source for Digital Ops wishing to practice more with FLDIGI & FLAMP.
 

Shortwave Radiogram Transmission Schedule (AM)

Fri 2030-2100 UTC
7780 kHz
9455 kHz
WRMI Florida
Sat 1600-1630 UTC
9400 kHz
Space Line, Bulgaria
Sun 2330-2400 UTC
7780 kHz
WRMI Florida
Mon 0800-0830 UTC
7730 kHz
5850 kHz
WRMI Florida

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