WW2BSA Prof. Chris Lance
Mount Allamuchy Scout Reservation Allamuchy, NJ Contact
Prof. Chris Lance WW2BSA PO Box 243 Hackettstown, NJ 07840 908-813-2626 WW2BSA@arrl.net 448.075 Mhz PL 141.3 145.101 Mhz Packet WW2BSA-1 Mailbox, WW2BSA-7 KA Node via CMLBK Node World Scout Frequencies The Station operates on the World Scout Frequencies as often as possible. There is a personal fondness for 20 meters. When the camp is open during the summer (July through mid-August), the station can be heard in the morning hours. Packet mailbox is on 145.010 Mhz. Although capable, we do not currently operate CW. Band SSB (phone) CW 80 meter 3.690 & 3.940 MHz 3.570 MHz 40 meter 7.090 & 7.190 MHz 7.030 MHz 20 meter 14.290 MHz 14.060 MHz 17 meter 18.140 MHz 18.080 MHz 15 meter 21.360 MHz 21.140 MHz 12meter 24.960 MHz 24.910 MHz 10meter 28.390 MHz 28.180 MHz 6meter 50.160MHz 50.160MHz Please note that the World Scout Frequencies changed 1 July 2007. The International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) changed its band plans to create space for more digital transmissions. Some Scout frequencies are affected by this. Traditionally, Scout Frequencies were chosen in a segment where low-power stations are transmitting (QRP).This allows Scouts to operate such stations from camp sites and still be able to communicate with others. Some of these frequencies have changed over time. The amateur radio bands are increasingly busy with competitions and nets. With the Scout frequencies chosen outside of thec ontest segments as far as possible, Scout stations can operate undisturbed. DISCLAIMER:This web page is not affiliated, associated, endorsed by, or in any way officially connected with The Boy Scouts ofAmerica, Patriots's Path Council, Mount Allamuchy Scout Reservation, Camp Somers, or any of its subsidiaries or its affiliates. All BoyScouts of America logos are registered trademarks of The Boy Scouts of America.
WW2BSA Prof. Chris Lance
Mount Allamuchy Scout Reservation Allamuchy, NJ Contact
Prof. Chris Lance WW2BSA PO Box 243 Hackettstown, NJ 07840 908-813-2626 WW2BSA@arrl.net 448.075 Mhz PL 141.3 145.101 Mhz Packet WW2BSA-1 Mailbox, WW2BSA-7 KA Node via CMLBK Node World Scout Frequencies The Station operates on the World Scout Frequencies as often as possible. There is a personal fondness for 20 meters. When the camp is open during the summer (July through mid-August), the station can be heard in the morning hours. Packet mailbox is on 145.010 Mhz. Although capable, we do not currently operate CW. Band SSB (phone) CW 80 meter 3.690 & 3.940 MHz 3.570 MHz 40 meter 7.090 & 7.190 MHz 7.030 MHz 20 meter 14.290 MHz 14.060 MHz 17 meter 18.140 MHz 18.080 MHz 15 meter 21.360 MHz 21.140 MHz 12meter 24.960 MHz 24.910 MHz 10meter 28.390 MHz 28.180 MHz 6meter 50.160MHz 50.160MHz Please note that the World Scout Frequencies changed 1 July 2007. The International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) changed its band plans to create space for more digital transmissions. Some Scout frequencies are affected by this. Traditionally, Scout Frequencies were chosen in a segment where low-power stations are transmitting (QRP).This allows Scouts to operate such stations from camp sites and still be able to communicate with others. Some of these frequencies have changed over time. The amateur radio bands are increasingly busy with competitions and nets. With the Scout frequencies chosen outside of thec ontest segments as far as possible, Scout stations can operate undisturbed. DISCLAIMER:This web page is not affiliated, associated, endorsed by, or in any way officially connected with The Boy Scouts ofAmerica, Patriots's Path Council, Mount Allamuchy Scout Reservation, Camp Somers, or any of its subsidiaries or its affiliates. All BoyScouts of America logos are registered trademarks of The Boy Scouts of America.