JOTA Calling Frequencies

Please QSY off the Calling Frequency once you have established a contact

World Scout HF Calling Frequencies

Band
SSB (phone)
CW (morse)
80 m
3.690 MHz
3.570 MHz
40 m
7.090 & 7.190 MHz
7.030 MHz
20 m
14.290 MHz
14.060 MHz
17 m
18.140 MHz
18.080 MHz
15 m
21.360 MHz
21.140 MHz
12 m
24.960 MHz
24.910 MHz
10 m
28.390 MHz
28.180 MHz
6 m
50.160 MHz
50.160 MHz

Australian Scout HF Calling Frequencies

Band
SSB (phone)
CW (morse)
80 m
3.650 MHz
3.570 MHz
40 m
7.090 MHz
7.030 MHz
20 m
14.190 MHz
14.060 MHz
15 m
21.190 MHz
21.140 MHz
10 m
28.590 MHz
28.180 MHz
6 m
52.160 MHz
50.160 MHz

Scout Amateur Radio Victorian Repeaters

VK3ScoutNET_8-2016

Repeater Location Frequency Echolink Node IRLP Node Linked
VK3RSR Riddles Creek 146.975 Yes Yes No
VK3RSS Gembrook 439.970 MHz
CTCSS 91.5 Hz
N/A N/A Yes
VK3RSA Emerald 439.650 MHz
CTCSS 91.5 Hz
N/A N/A Yes
VK3RAJ Upwey 439.750 MHz
CTCSS 91.5 Hz
VK3RAJ-R 6372 Yes
VK3RSB Mt St Leonard 439.650 MHz
CTCSS 91.5 Hz
N/A N/A Yes
VK3RSD/C Upwey (Dstar) 146.8875 MHz N/A N/A No

Digital Radio Mobile (DMR)

The VK-DMR Network will have Time Slot 1 Available for JOTA, with the Following Talk Groups, TG 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37 These will be all on TS1 and the rest of the TG’s 5, 3809, 3810, State TG8’s will be turned OFF for the JOTA Weekend.

Please added TG 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37 to your Radios, for the JOTA Weekend.

This will also be available for Hotspots for JOTA as well, as the IPSC2 Repeater server and the IPSC2 Hotspot server will have these linked