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W8HHF FM Repeaters (All 103.5PL): 147.270+ | 224.140- | 442.850+ | 927.025- (131.8PL)
W8HHF 147.270+ Downtown Remote Receiver Use (250.3 PL) instead of (103.5 PL)
W8HHF D-Star: 442.750+ | W8HHF C4FM w/Wires-X: 146.835- | APRS Digipeater/IGate: 144.390
Live Streams: 147.270 FM

On-Air Aids

Items you may find useful while operating!

You may wish to refresh this page periodically, it does not refresh automatically.


UTC Time

Knowing the current UTC Time is helpful because all ham logs are typically required to list the contact time in UTC time!

Provided by Time Service Department - US Navy


North America VHF Propagation Map
Provided by Mountain Lake Public School, Minnesota, MN

Note! A "static" map image is no longer available.
Please check the link below to visit their new Google Maps based interactive site:

aprs.mountainlake.k12.mn.us
HF Bands - What To Expect

A General Description of Each Ham Band

World Near-Real-Time Maximum Usable Frequency (MUF) Map
Provided by Solar Terrestrial Dispatch


Solar-Terrestrial Data
Provided By: N0NBH



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