USS INDIANAPOLIS - CA-35

 

(USS Indy Radio Room Exhibit)

2014 BSA JOTA
"Radio Ops" Visit



















Date: OCT 19th (sun)
Times:0900-1500 L

Indiana War Memorial museum:

USS Indy Radio Central exhibit....

Completeing the "JOTA" Radio Day; visiting scouts (18)made approx. ( 45 ) JOTA Contacts with : _[Troop& Pack 231 & Pack84.. (Local Indy Area) ]
(Local off site Hams)[W9GTA,WA9FDO,KC9TRV & wb9dkl,n9cxi ] on 2,10 & 6, 40 Meter hams freq.'s.
Each Scout received a WW2IND participation Certificate with their contact information .!

Assisting the BSA JOTA Visitors at the IWM, USS INDY Radio exhibit,
[N9IZN,N9KZJ,W9PSE,W9SSE,& KU9V, W9MGB & K9CFE ] .

Troop231 visit WWII radio station equip.














10 meter radio station equip. & Pack84 & FtWayne Life Scout "John"














Troop231 visit WWII radio station equip.& 6m Ham station.














Pack84.winners of IWM 1st (communications)Scavanger Hunt!















Indy Ares Hams presented Special awards for assistance
(31Jan15)@Indy "ROC"!(K9CFE,KU9V & W9MGB )

<-Larger view!












Operating Rules :
[] All radio operators must operate their station strictly in accordance with FCC regulations.
[]Stations should try to contact each other by calling "CQ Jamboree" or "CQ JOTA" or by answering other stations sending this call.
[]Any authorized amateur radio frequency may be used. It is suggested that the frequencies listed below be used,
at least for a starting point. Once contact is established, you can move to another frequency to leave the calling frequency open for others.
[]Any amateur mode of operation can be used such, as CW, SSB, PSK, SSTV, FM, and satellite.
The more modes in operation, the more exciting the event will be for the Scouts.
[]JOTA is not a contest. The idea is to contact other Scout stations and allow as many Scouts as possible
to talk to other Scouts and learn about who they are and what they are doing.
[]You might think about counting the Scouts on both sides of the QSO rather than the number of QSOs!

Suggested Frequencies :
[]All frequencies are shown as megahertz. HF SSB

Band

Calling

Frequencies

Suggested Band

Segment

80 m

3.940 &

3.690(1)

3.920 3.940
3.670 3.690 (1)

40 m

7.190 &

7.090 (2)

7.180 7.200
7.270 7.290

20 m

14.290

14.270 14.290
14.320 14.340

17 m

18.140

18.140 18.150

15 m

21.360

21.360 21.400

12 m

24.960

24.960 24.980

10 m

28.390 (3)

28.350 28.400

6 m

50.160

50.160 50.200


HF CW

Band

Calling

Frequencies

Suggested

80 m

3.570 (3)

3.560 3.570 (3)

40 m

7.030 (3)

7.030 7.040 (3)

20 m

14.060

14.050 14.060

17 m

18.080

18.070 18.080

15 m

21.140 (3)

21.130 21.140 (3)

12 m

24.910

24.900 24.910

10 m

28.180 (3)

28.170 28.180 (3)

6 m

50.160

50.150 50.160


 

 

 

 

 

 

2 Meter FM Simplex, 147.450, 147.480,
147.510,
147.540* *.

70 CM FM Simplex, 446.000*, 445.950,
446.050, 446.100, 446.150 *




HF PSK-31
,Call "CQ JOTA." & APRS, 144.39mhz

Band

Frequency

80 m

3.580

40 m

7.080 (4)

30 m

10.142

20 m

14.070 (5)

17 m

18.100

15 m

21.080 (6)

12 m

24.920

10 m

28.120


  Visitors pix page


USS Indy Radio exhibit open daily (WED-SUN ..9AM-5PM )at
the Indiana War Memorial Museum, Indianapolis IN.

 

Submitted By;

Chuck Crist -W9IH

Coordinator Ham radio operations

WW2IND Trustee


EMAIL W9IH

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