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Making contacts on HamSphere (QSO)
Working DSB audio from MicrophoneBegin by locating a clear frequency. Assuming your callsign is: ABC123.Now call "CQ CQ CQ. This is Alfa Bravo Charlie One Two Three calling CQ CQ CQ.Alfa Bravo Charlie...
ITU Phonetic
ITU Phonetic:A - Alpha B - Bravo C - CharlieD - Delta E - Echo F - FoxtrotG - Golf H - Hotel I - IndiaJ - Juliet K - Kilo L - LimaM - Mike N - November O - OscarP - Papa Q - Quebec R - RomeoS - Sierra...
Q-Codes
Q-Codes: QRL Is this frequency busy? Used almost exclusively with Morse code QRM Man-made interference There's another QSO up 2 kHz causing a lot of QRM QRN Static crashes The band is noisy today; I'...
HamSphere Band Plan
Version: 14 Jan 2011160 Meters (1.8-1.9 MHz):1.801 - 1.805 Beacons1.801 – 1.830 CW1.801 – 1.895 PHONE80 Meters (3.7-3.8 MHz):3.701 – 3.705 Beacons3.701 – 3.730 CW3.701 – ...
Microphone Testing features
ECHO Microphone Recorder / Playback feature is back.Many Users have been asking when this feature will return….NOW OPERATIONALFrequency 1.823.45 MHz on 160 metersMAXinum -10 seconds recording t...
Callsigns on HamSphere
There are three types of users on the HamSphere system.1. Licensed amateur radio operators.2. HamSphere licensed users called HS (Hotel Sierra). These callsigns are made from the 11m three part conven...
The correct way to join in to an ongoing QSO
The correct way to join in to an ongoing QSO.While tuning around on the Hamsphere Bands, you may come across an ongoing QSO and maybe you'd like to join in. There is a right way to do this and a wrong...