THE GREAT HOT DOG GIVE-AWAY
As you read last month, the Club decided not to sell Hotdogs at the JPL Picnic because they were being given away as part of the admission price. Perhaps we could have sold some hotdogs to the throngs of people waiting in line for up to 45 minutes to be served.
The Club did set up a booth at the picnic with literature from the ARRL and stations operated on two meters and 220 Mhz with the Icom 211 and Midland 513 club transceivers and beam antennas. Only a few contacts were made because Big Rock is a big RF "Black Hole". No signal on either band moved the S-meter enough to peak up the beam direction.
Literature was handed out and questions answered about Amateur Radio. Four people signed up to attend our next Novice class starting on Sept. 15. The booth was operated by many of the Club members:
Stan Brokl N2YQ Eileen McKinney KA6DGV
Jim Longthorne WA6KPW John McKinney N6AVW
Jim Lumsden WA6MYJ Stan Sander N6MP
Connie Morris KA6JAM Ron Zenone W6TUZ
George Morris W6ABW
L/R--John McKinney (N6AVW), Ron Zenone (W6TUZ), and Stan Brokl (N2YQ) at the Club booth at the Picnic. (Photo by Ron, W6TUZ)
JULY BOARD MEETING HIGHLIGHTS
The Voyager 2 Saturn Encounter Commemorative was discussed. Art Zygielbaum will head the slow scan effort. Jack Patzold indicated that a color monitor was required to operate the slow scan color equipment. The purchase of such a device was approved.
It was decided that the Club should go ahead and make available a slow scan tape of the Voyager I event even though that tape may appear after the Voyager 2 event. A Voyager 2 tape would be make available only if pictures or information significantly different from Voyager I is discovered. A volunteer is needed to head the tape effort.
The Public Information Office will again subsidize the QSL cards. A volunteer is needed to oversee publication and distribution of the cards.
Merv MacMedan will issue the commemorative schedule next week. There will be two training sessions, one held during lunch and one to be held after work hours.
Stan Sander announced that a logo product committee has been appointed. John Repar and Jason Kovatch will try to determine what we will make available, how, and for what cost. The first product will be a patch.
The Club Treasurer, John McKinney, announced that he has published a quarterly financial report.
George Morris presented the idea that some of the equipment money should be used to purchase a 450 Mhz rig for Oscar and Phase III. Jay Holladay wanted a 450 MHz linear.
Walt Diem has indicated that he wishes to be replaced on the repeater committee.
The repeater calls will be W6VIO/R for WR6APS, W6VIO/L for the link, and WB6IEA/A or /R for WR6APR. These changes will be made as soon as the WR6 calls expire (momentarily).
The WR6APR frequency has been co-channeled with a group in Whittier. This is for testing to indicate the amount of interference that will result.
John Walsh reported that there will be a 20 wpm code class beginning in the fall for potential amateur extras. Merv MacMedan pointed out that all class graduates, i.e. new hams, should be recognized in the Club newsletter.
CO-CHANNELING OF "CLOSED MACHINES"
The 220 SMA has taken the following action as indicated in a letter to all Repeater Trustees and SMA members:
The 220 SMA Frequency Board has a number of Requests for Coordination that have not been processed because of the lack of suitable open frequency channels in the geographical areas requested. In order to improve this situation the following channels are designated as PL protected, time shared channels:
223.88 224.24 224.40 224.68
224.08 224.26 224.48 224.80
224.14 224.36 224.52 224.98
These channels have been noted to be used by "small" special interest groups with small to medium use. The Frequency Coordinating Board will be assigning 2nd and 3rd systems to these channels in the near future. The low usage channels will obviously be doubled up first.
(This move was predicted by our repeater Trustee. it is unfortunate for the cohesiveness of the SMA that the action was taken when Walt could not be present and was not given the courtesy of being informed that the matter would be up for action. ed.)
ARRL DUES INCREASE SPURS CRISPY RESPONSE!
YOU'VE TAKEN ALL THE MONEY WE HAVE. EVERY NICKEL -EVERY DIME AND WE MIGHT HAVE TO QUIT THE ARRL IF YOU RAISE DUES ONE MORE TIME. I BUDGET FOR THE HOUSEHOLD HERE. THE FOOD & UTILITIES COME DUE AND IF YOU NEED HELP WITH BUDGETING THERE I'LL SEND MY BUDGET TO YOU.
SIGNED, KA6DGV, A HAM ON A BACON BUDGET
ARRL UHF CONTEST
The ARRL UHF contest begins at 12 noon PDT on Saturday, August 8, and ends at 12 noon PDT. on Sunday, August 9, 1981. Contacts may be made on Amateur bands above 220 Mhz. No station may contact any other station more than once per band for QSO credit, regardless of mode. For a valid contact to occur, each station must send and receive an exchange consisting of a signal report plus either a four or five digit number, indicating the position of the station in longitude and latitude, truncated to a whole number. Example: W6VIO would send 59 and 11834 as an exchange, since the longitude and latitude are 118.0 West, 34.0 North. Repeaters may 'not be used nor frequencies regularly occupied by a repeater even if the repeater is turned off!
I recommend Club members make contest contacts on 223.5 Mhz simplex with contest stations to increase the level of activity reported. For those interested in entering the contest, I can supply rules, entry forms, log sheets, and dupe sheets. Hope everyone on 220 Mhz gets on and makes at least a few contest contacts. Contact me on x7066, or m/s 238- 420.
Just before our meeting of July 8, Merv MacMedan, N6NO, received a call from visitor control. They had two Belgian Amateurs in the lobby who dropped by JPL while on a vacation trip and wanted to visit W6VIO. They were unusually lucky: not only would they get to see W6VIO, but our monthly meeting was just about to begin!
Renaat de Wit, ON5RD (who also holds US call KB6ES) and Robert Van Royer, ON6VN (also KB6EV) were made welcome at our meeting. It seems they read about W6VIO in an article in CQ Magazine and decided it was worth a stop to see! Not to disappoint, Stan BrokI, N2YQ, gave them a guided tour of the hamshack after the meeting and then took them to -the ERC "souvenir shop" where they loaded up on space souvenirs. They both left very happy and anxious to QSO W6VIO during our next Voyager commemorative operation.
WHAT'S FAST SCAN?
Our guest speaker at the July 8 meeting was Tom O'Hara, W6ORG, who gave us an introduction on how to get on "ATV" (otherwise known as Fast-Scan Television). Tom presented a fascinating feature length color videotape showing some of the many applications of ATV --the last W6VIO commemorative, the Rose Parade, and examples of airplane-to-airplane ATV. Tom's company, P.C. Electronics in Arcadia, manufactures or sells everything you need to get on in that mode. A flyer with descriptions and prices was handed out at the meeting. If you missed it, call Tom at 447-4565 for a copy.
Tom is very helpful in advising you about getting started. He will be working with our Club during the upcoming Voyager commemorative doing the lion's share of the work to provide fast scan TV from JPL to the Pasadena Center as one of the main attractions at the Planetary Societies' big Festival, Planetfest.
A5 MAGAZINE SOLD!!
Henry Ruh, KB9FO, sold A5 MAGAZINE in June to Mike Stone, WB0QCD. The 14 year tradition will continue, reporting what's happening in A5 Amateur Television (both FSTV and SSTV), with renewed emphasis on expanding coverage to other Amateur Specialized Communication modes such as MSTV, RTTY, ASCII, MTTY, FAX, SAT, EME, etc. A5 MAGAZINE will continue to be a "Specialty Communicators" periodical.
W6VIO was awarded A5 MAGAZINE'S "Good Image" Award for its efforts in SSTV during the Viking encounter with Mars. Henry Ruh was here to give us the award in person.
The new address is:
PO BOX H
LOWDEN, IOWA 52255
DEADLINE ---- DEADLINE ---- DEADLINE
In order to have any chance at all to get you the newsletter before the monthly meeting, the deadline for material is the Board Meeting. The last couple of months, there has been very little time between the Board and Club meetings, so the race has been very close. I need your inputs on time! Please check the newsletter header for exact date. Ed.
SSTV ON COMMERCIAL BROADCAST?
An article in Popular Science discussed the possibilities of SSTV being broadcast on Foreign and other commercial broadcast stations. The following excerpt was taken from the middle of the article:
"Already there are some non-amateurs who have SSTV receiving capability. One spur to this was the rapid retransmission by SSTV of pictures just received from the Voyager Mission, thanks to ham station W6VIO at Jet Propulsion Laboratory." Experimental broadcasts have already been carried out. (from Popular Science DX Listening, July 81)
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
...For the long period of time that exists between our present Voyager 2 encounter with Saturn and the launch of Galileo in 1985 there are four years that need some sort of PR function (national or international) . We have been doing fairly well with Laboratory Milestones such as when Encounters occur but when there is not that sort of Milestone available then an Anniversary may be our salvation.
It is hard to figure out a substitute for an Encounter, but with the aid of the JPL Public Information or Public Education offices we may be able to work out some interesting anniversary events or accessions of some value to us both.
DITS FROM THE DIRECTOR
The annual Santa Barbara hamfest will be held on Sunday, August 23, at Tucker's Grove in Santa Barbara. The big Barbecue will be served at 1:30 PM. Swap tables will be available this year. Talk in will be 146.19-79 Mhz and 7235 kHz. For more information, write PO Box 3232, Santa Barbara, CA, 93105 or phone 805965-2663.
The highlight of the year's activities in the division is the Southwestern Division Convention. This year it is being held at the Ramada Safari Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona on October 9, 10, and 11. A full program of technical and operating talks has been scheduled, along with an exhibit hall full of the latest equipment and those good convention specials. This year we will also have swap tables available. Saturday night's banquet will feature a western steak dinner with all the trimmings, and our honored guest will be Senator Barry Goldwater, K7UGA. We are also pleased to announce that the President of ARRL, Mr. Harry Dannals, W2HD, will be with us at the League booth, forum, and banquet. Our guests from League Headquarters will be Dave Sumner, K1ZZ, and Dale Clift, WA3NLO.
Convention correspondence should be addressed to: SARC Convention, PO Box 3073, Scottsdale, AZ 85251.
Contact the hotel directly for room reservations: Ramada Safari Resort, 4611 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85251. Tel. 602-945-0721.
Please don't forget comments on the Plain Language Rewrite!
W6VIO CALLING ADVERTISING-GIVES RESULTS
I advertised some RTTY equipment in the last W6VIO CALLING. I sold all of it to John Walsh, N6UK. We filled up his pickup at some ridiculous price per pound. See this month's ad for more bargains. THIS IS AN ADVERTISEMENT. . . FOR AN ADVERTISEMENT.
1) Heathkit VHF/UHF Wattmeter
2) Lunar bipolar 2-meter low noise receiver pre-amplifier
3) Hallicrafters SX-99 general coverage receiver (.5-32 Mhz)
George Morris, W6ABW, x7066 249-6023
220 SMA FREQUENCY COORDINATING BOARD
Lest you forget, our Frequency Board is composed of 8 people who serve 2- year terms with half of them, positions 1, 3, 5, and 7 elected in odd-numbered years, and half of them, positions 2, 4, 6, and 8 elected in even-numbered years, and all at the quarterly meetings. Thus position #5 was up for election at the July meeting.
Pos. Person Position expires at mtg.
# 81 82 83
1 Neil Banks WB6GGL JAN
2 Al Acken WA6KMQ JAN
3 Wayne Mohler WA6DOD APR
4 Marsh Hall K6MEF APR
5 Frank Pettinato WB6ELR JUL
6 German von Thal WB6JYJ JUL
7 Walt Diem WA6PEA OCT
8 Bill Cronkhite K6QQN OCT
(Piety at mike)
"Merv, what do you mean I was the only volunteer?"
(Send your 'I Volunteer' sheet to Merv m/s 233-208)
(LAST CHANCE TO BE PART OF A REALLY BIG OPERATION!)
(Photo by WA6MYJ)
EDITORIAL: REPEATER AT CROSSROADS
Our repeater sparkplug is retiring (from the repeater helm)! He has been at the helm since the inception of the repeater, and has done most of the maintenance work himself. He has carried our repeater flag into coordination groups and truly been one of the pioneers of the 220 Mhz band.
As a club, we have been able to sit back and benefit from his tremendous endeavors. Our President, Stan Sander, has been looking for a successor for Walt since the beginning of the year --- with no success. It is not fair to Walt nor to the Club as a whole that no one is willing to follow on.
Yes! there is work involved. There is a team of people willing to support you, but we still need a leader. The Club has been tremendously busy since 1976 with the buildup of the Club trailer facility plus running 5 commemoratives in 5 years, in addition to all of the other activities. Two things are quite clear: Walt needs a break and the Club needs the repeater. The repeater has become an integral part of the Club operation. Let's keep it going! (Ed)
FIELD DAY FINAL RESULTS!
FINAL RESULTS of our Club's Field Day activities are now tabulated and that information has been mailed to the ARRL.
The following is a listing by band and mode of our contact point totals along with a breakdown of Bonus points earned. (A I I phone contacts 1 point, all CW contacts = 2 points):
BAND MODE CONTACTS POINTS
80M phone 124 124
CW 14 28
40M Phone 101 101
CW 165 330
20M Phone 131 131
CW 394 788
15M Phone 408 408
CW 260 520
10M Phone 102 102
CW --- --
2M Phone 54 54
220 Phone 31 31
Since we operated 3 transmitters at a power level of not more than 200 watts DC input on CW and 400 watts PEP phone, our total earned point value is multiplied by two,
earned points X2 5234
The following Bonus points were earned and can be added directly to the score (after the multiplier is applied) to determine the final score:
100% Emergency Power 100
Public Relations 100
Message Origination 100
Message Relay 10
Natural Power (Solar) 100
WlAW Message Reception 100
TOTAL FIELD DAY POINTS 5744
The total points earned are the result of a super effort by our club members (along with families and friends who provided moral support). It was most gratifying to be able to count on everyone to willingly pitch in to accomplish our Field Day goals. As a result, we all had a most rewarding experience and my job as Field Day Chairman was made much easier.
The following Field Day volunteers are to be congratulated for a job well done!!!
Stan Brokl N2YQ George Morris W6ABW
Norm Chalfin K6PGX Jack Patzold WB6TXG
John Earnest N6CTT Scott Patzold KA6KCH
Dwight Holmes WA3NPK Skip Reyman W6PAJ
Vince Humphrey W6RNO John Repar WA6LWD
Jason Kovatch N6BCI Stan Sander N6MP
Jim Longthorne WA6KPW Brian Stapleton W6LZP
Jim Lumsden WA6MYJ Glenn Stewart KA6HIF
Merv MacMedan N6NO Sam Weaver WB6EMO
PHOTO CREDITS: JULY 1981 ISSUE
Due to the extreme rush to get W6VIO CALLING into the printshop last month, no photo captions or credits were included. I made the choice of photos and "on time", instead of including the credits and being late. I hope the following captions and credits will explain last months montage page, and give the photo credit that is deserved.
JULY Page 5, Photo Montage:(L/R,top-bottom)
#1) VHF: Sam Weaver, WB6EMO; Dwight Holmes, WA3NPK, & son; and Miss Reyman.
#2) CW: Stan Sander, N6MP, and George Morris, W6ABW.
#3) HIF Phone: John Earnest, N6CTT; Scott Patzold, KA6KCH; Brian Stapleton, W6LZP
#1) HF Phone: Merv MacMedan, N6NO, and Vince Humphrey, W6RNO.
#2) The other HF Phone station: Merv MacMedan, N6NO (he really gets around), and George Morris, W6ABW.
#3) Solar Power: Jack Patzold, WB6TXG, and Jim Lumsden, WA6MYJ.
#1) Mountain Top--Oscar and VHF Stations.
#2) John Repar, WA6LWD, and Glenn Stewart, KA6HIF, put up 10 meter receiving antenna for OSCAR.
#3) Dwight Holmes, WA3NPK, powers armstrong rotor on VHF station.
#1) Norm Chalfin, K6PGX, and Glenn Stewart,KA6HIF, attempt Oscar contact.
#2) Skip Reyman, W6PAJ, and daughter log on VHF for Dwight Holmes, WA3NPK.
#3) Jim Lumsden, WA6MYJ, and Glenn Stewart, KA6HIF, watch VHF antenna being rotated.
(All Photos by Norm K6PGX)
Page 4. Brian Stapleton, W6LZP, Field Day Chairman, tries to understand just "what he's doing here!" (Photo by Vince W6RNO)
PHOTO CAPTIONS AND CREDITS FOR AUGUST 1981 [above]
(L/R; top-bottom) ("Photo by")
#1) Brian Stapleton, W6LZP, working on feedline for 80M antenna (K6PGX)
#2) Patty Hunt, Jennifer Patzold, Mrs. Earnest, and Mrs. Weaver at chow call. (WA6MYJ)
#3) View looking Southwest. (WA6MYJ)
#1) Pole climber Jack Patzold, WB6TXG, preparing to remove the beam originally put up by Stan Sander, N6MP. (WA6MYJ)
#1) Sam Weaver WB6EMO; Stan Sander, N6MP; and Brian Stapleton, W6LZP, at one of the HF phone stations. (WA6MYJ)
#2) Merv MacMedan, N6NO, askes Brian Stapleton, W6LZP, whether he said 116 or 160 volts!! (K6PGX)
#3) Jim Longthorne, WA6KPW, and Vince Humphrey, W6RNO, at the TS820. (WA6MYJ)
#1) Mt. Dissappointment has no gentle slopes; it is truly a mountain top! (WA6MYJ)
#2) Scott, KA6KCH, and Jack Patzold, WB6TXG, show Stan Sander, N6MP, that VHF antennas are getting out from the site on Friday night. (WA6MYJ)
#1) Enough food was left over for lunch for all after operating stopped and before breaking down the site. Merv MacMedan, N6NO; Vince Humphrey, W6RNO; and Jack, WB6TXG, congratulate Brian Stapleton, W6LZP, on a job well done. (WA6MYJ)
#2) Brian Stapleton, W6LZP (center facing), gives operating plan and instructions just prior to start of event. (K6PGX)
#3) Even small beams provide a challenge at this height. Jack Patzold, WB6TXG, has really got his shoulder into it! (WA6MYJ)
(Please post the attached [above] class notice, ed.)
220 MHz SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA P.O. BOX 8306, VAN NUYS, CALIFORNIA 91409 U.S.A. JULY 6, 1981 OPEN REPEATERS ONLY. CLOSED REPEATERS ARE LISTED SEPARATELY.
222.20-223.80 WD6APP SAN DIEGO OPEN TEST COORDINATION S.D.-RACES
222.20-223.80 K6CHE LONG BEACH, SIGNAL HILL OPEN L.B.-RACES
222.22-223.82 XE2UUO TIJUANA, MEXICO OPEN
222.24-223.84 -- RESERVED FOR MEXICO OPEN OR CLOSED
222.24-223.84 K6SMM VICTORVILLE, QUAR17 HILL OPEN RTTY/VOICE,SLO SCAN
NON-INTERFERENCE WITH MEXICO
222.26-223.86 N6WA RESEDA OPEN (CLOSED AUTO) 145.6 REMOTE
222.30-223.90 WB6LHK CHATSWORTH OAT MT. OPEN
222.32-223.92 K6TZ SANTA BARBARA SANTA CRUZ IS OPEN SAN. BAR. R. C.
222.32-223.92 WA6YVL PALMDALE TESTING NORTHROP
222.34-223.94 WA6NTW L.A. MT. WASHINGTON OPEN
222.34-223.94 WR6ASW SANTA MARIA OPEN COORD. BOUNDS TBD
222.36-223.96 N6ZF SANTA BARBARA BDCAST PK. OPEN S.B. RACES
222.36-223.96 WR6AZN TABLE MT. MOJAVE DESERT OPEN GOLDSTONE ARC WR6APS LINK
222.38-223.98 W6NRY JOHNSTONE PK. SAN GABR VY OPEN EARS
222.40-224.00 WB600Q SUNSET RIDGE OPEN PL 107.2
222.42-224.02 WR6AOX VENTURA, SULPHUR MT. OPEN
222.42-224.02 WB6TOP LA MESA MT. HELIX OPEN (CLOSED AUTO)
222.42-224.02 WB6RIW BIG BEAR OPEN WB6SXE OPERATING UNSANCITIONED
222.44-224.04 WR6APS LA CANADA JPL ARC OPEN NEWS NET T/8PM WR6AZN LINK
222.46-224.06 W6PDA SAN DIEGO MT. LAGUNA OPEN 145.6 REMOTE
222.46-224.06 WR6AUT TUSTIN PEACOCK HILL OPEN
222.50-224.10 WR6AHX SANTA ANA OPEN
222.52-224.12 K6MHE WHITTIER HILLS TEMP.CLOSE S.E. AMATEUR RADIO GROUP
222.58-224.18 WR6BBU MT. ONYX OPEN
222.58-224.18 K6GXO PALMDALE ANTELOPE Vy OPEN
222.58-224.18 N6ME FULLERTON OPEN TESTING
222.58-224.18 N6CFO SANTA BARBARA SAN ROQUE HILLS OPEN TESTING
222.60-224.20 WR6ACF SAN DIEGO MT. OTAY OPEN
222.60-224.20 WB6APP LANCASTER OPEN
222.62-224.22 W6HIL ANAHEIM (TEMP.) OPEN COORD. TO L.B.
222.68-224.28 W6NUI PALOS VERDES OPEN WESTLINK T/TH 8PM
222.70-224.30 WR6ABR EAST LA OPEN LA RACES
222.74-224.34 WD6CMY SAN BERNANDINO OPEN TESTING 02/81
222.78-224.38 WR6AVQ PALOS VERDES OPEN
222.82-224.42 WR6AAA CATALINA IS OPEN
222.84-224.44 WA61WB MONTEREY PK S. PASADENA OPEN S. PAS. RADIO COUNCIL
222.86-224.46 WR6AXY SAN DIEGO PT. LOMA OPEN
222.90-224.50 WR6ACB ANAHEIM OPEN ANAHEIM ARC
222.94-224.54 W6SLF SAN DIEGO OPEN
222.94-224.54 K6PQN SAN GABRIEL VY PURM HILLS OPEN TESTING
222.96-224.56 WR6AUJ RUNNING SPRINGS OPEN (CLOSED AUTO) LINKS TO AZ.
222.98-224.58 WA6VNV CHATSWORTH OAT MT. OPEN (CLOSED AUTO) 145.6 REMOTE
223.00-224.60 KA6N PALOS VERDES OPEN HUGHES ARC
223.02-224.62 W6VPZ PALOS VERDES OPEN NORTHROP RC
223.04-224.64 WR6AFJ PALOS VERDES OPEN
223.04-224.64 WB6TAM NORTHRIDGE OPEN
223.06-224.66 W6UPP LEMON HTS. ORNG. CO. OPEN (CLOSED AUTO)
223.10-224.70 WR6AYI LAGUNA BEACH TEMPLE HILLS OPEN RTTY/VOICE
223.12-224.72 W61WO SAN JACINTO OPEN RTTY ONLY TESTING
223.14-224.74 WR6ABJ LA HOLLYWOOD HILLS OPEN
223.16-224.76 WR6BAE EL SERENO OPEN EDISON ARC
222.18-224.78 WB60AY MT. LUKINS OPEN
223.22-224.82 KA6EEG SAN DIEM MT. OTAY OPEN RTTY ONLY S. D. TEL PTR SOC.
223.26-224.86 W66JBT CRESTLINE OPEN
223.30-224.90 WD6HFR SAN DIEGO MT. PALOMAR OPEN 220 CLUB SAN DIEGO
223.30-224.90 WB6RHQ THOUSAND OAKS OPEN (CLOSED AUTO)
223.32-224.92 WB6VTM SAN DIEGO PT LOMA OPEN NOT COORDINATED
223.34-224.94 WA6DVG MT. WILSON OPEN
223.36-224.96 WR6AYY LA OPEN(CLOSED AUTO)
220 MHz SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
P.O. BOX 8306, VAN NINS, CALIFORNIA 91409 U.S.A. JULY 6, 1981
LIST OF CLOSED REPEATERS. ACCESS IS BY INVITATION OF THE TRUSTEE
222.22-223.82 RESERVED FOR MEXICO OPEN OR CLOSED
222.24-223.84 RESERVED FCR MEXICO OPEN OR CLOSED
222.28-223.88 WB6ELR L. A. HOLLYWOOD HILLS CLOSED-AUTOPATCH LINK TO WB6GGL
222.48-224.08 WR6APR LA CANADA CLOSED- AUTOPATCH
222.52-224.12 WR6AQE SAN DIEGO CLOSED- AUTOPATCH
222.54-224.14 K6GCN L. A. CLOSED-AUrOPATCH RF140TE BASE
222.56-224.16 WB6GGL MT. BALDY SUNSET RIDGE CLOSED- AUTOPATICH LINKS TO OTHER SYS
222.64-224.24 WA6EQU HOLLYWOOD HILLS CLOSED-AUTOPATCH TEMP. AT MAR VISTA
222.66-224.26 N6UL MALIBU SADDLE PEAK CLOSED
222.72-224.32 WB9RNW MT. WILSON CLOSED
222.72-224.32 WA6KYZ INYOKERN LAURAL MT. CLOSED NOT SANCTIONED BY 220 SMA
222.74-224.34 WD6DYY CONTRACTORS CLOSED
222.76-224.36 WR6ABC LA LOOKOUT MT. CLOSED-AUTOPATCH WESTSIDE ARC
222.80-224.40 WA6UNM CHATSWORTH OAT MT. CLOSED-AUITOPATCH
222.88-224.48 K6VE MT. WILSON CLOSED
222.92-224.52 WA6VQP LA MT. LUKINS & REMOTE SITES CLOSED-AUTOPATCH REMOTE BASE
222.96-224.56 WA6MPG TUJUNGA CLOSED REMOTE BASE
223.04-224.64 WR6AIP LA MESA CLOSED-AUTOPATCH
223.04-224.64 W6TIO LAGUNA BEACH TEMPLE HILLS CLOSED- AUlTOPATCH
223.08-224.68 WA6MDJ BALDWIN HILLS CLOSED-AUTOPATCH
223.20-224.80 WA6BMA SANTIAGO PEAK CLOSED-AUTOPATCH SPARK
223.24-224.84 K6BWA LA HOLLYWOOD HILLS CLOSED-AUTOPATCH
223.24-224.84 KS6E SYLMAR CLOSED-AUTOPATCH
223.28-224.88 WB6QWR BALDWIN RILLS CLOSED TESTING 9/80 RALAC
223.28-224.88 WR6AXE OAT MT. , CLOSED SWAT
223.32-224.92 N6WF PALOS VERDES CLOSED-AUTOPATCH
223.38-224.98 K6KGS MT. WILSON & S. D. MT. OTAY CLOSED- AUTOPATCH
220 MHz SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
P.O. BOX 8306, VAN NUYS, CALIFORNIA 91409 U.S.A. JUL. 1981
FM SIMPLEX CHANNELS
223.78 RTTY SECONDARY
223.76 NATIONAL CALLING, SECONDARY
223.74 DIGITAL COMMUNICATION, MAX BAUD RATE 300
223.72 WEAK SIGNAL SSB-CW
223.70 RTTY, PRIMARY NATIONAL CALLING FREQUENCIES
223.60 NATIONAL REMOTE BASE CALLING, SECONDARY
223.50 NATIONAL CALLING, PRIMARY
223.46 NATIONAL REMOTE BASE CALLING, PRIMARY
223.42 POPULAR SIMPLEX
2 METER REMOTE BASE CALLING CHANNELS
146.46 Mhz 450 SIMPLEX INTERCOMMUNICATION
145.60 Mhz 220 SIMPLEX INTERCOMMUNICATION
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