2015-12-29

JT65 stations on 5 MHz (4)

The current UK 60m band plan, as published by the RSGB

A transatlantic JT65 signal this morning on 60m (5357 kHz): NJ8L from locator EN80 in Ohio, at 05:13 UTC (2090 Hz, -14 dB) and 05:14 (1261 Hz, -14 dB).

0513 -14  1.2 2090 # CQ NJ8L EN80   !U.S.A.
0514 -14  1.2 1261 # CQ NJ8L EN80   !U.S.A.


At 06:08 UTC, W8DPK from nearby EM89 (also Ohio) calling NJ8L, who had just finished a transatlantic QSO with PA9DD:

0608 -14 -1.8 1633 # NJ8L W8DPK EM89
0609 -11 -1.9 1634 # W8DPK NJ8L -03
0610 -15 -2.1 1634 # NJ8L W8DPK R-01
0611 -14 -2.1 1633 # W8DPK HNY 73



UPDATE 2015-12-29: 

60 m JT65 activity, December 28 to 29, 2015
According to an article on the website of ARRL, Spain Gets New 5 MHz Allocation for 2016, implementing the WRC-15 decision for 5351.5-5366.5 kHz. Within the last 24 hours I logged three spanish stations (EA7EDP, EA2US and EA5HJY) transmitting JT65 on 60m.

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