FISTS EA Activities


FISTS Center of Activity Frequencies

Update: July 2020

You can find FISTS members on/near following recommended calling frequencies.
QSO's should be QSY'd another frequency.
Recommended area of activity: +/- 10 kHz

FISTS
160m
80m
40m
30m
20m
17m
15m
12m
10m
6m
4m
2m
East Asia
-
-
7.028
(*1)

10.118
10.128
10.133
10.138
(*2)

14.058
18.085

21.058
21.138
(*3)

24.908
(*5)
28.058
28.158
(*4)
-
-
-
HQ/Europe
1.818
3.558
7.028
10.118
10.128
(*7)
(*8)
(*10)
14.058
18.085
21.058
24.908
(*5)
28.058
50.058
(*6)
70.158
(*7)
144.058
Americas
1.808
3.558
3.708
(*8)
7.028
7.058
7.118
(*8)
10.118
14.058
18.085
21.058
21.158
(*8)
24.908
(*5)
28.058
28.158
(*8)
50.058
50.085
(*9)
-
144.058
Down Under
1.808
3.528
7.028
10.118
14.058
18.085
21.058
21.158
(*8)
24.908
(*5)
28.058
28.158
(*8)
-
-
-

(*1)

JA [Japan] members are active around 7.026 because 7.028 is center of frequency allocation for digital communications in Japan.
7.028: changed from 7.026, from June 2015.

(*2)

10.128: has been added because there are many non-FISTS stations around 10.118 MHz and digital-mode stations around 10.138 MHz. [April 2016]
10.138 10.133: BV [Taiwan] stations are allowed to use 10.130 to 10.150. -- Changed to 10.133 from 10.138 to avoid QRM from digital mode stations. [December 2018]

(*3)
21.138: Third grade of BY [China] stations are not allowed to use below 21.100.
(*4)
28.158: BV [Taiwan] stations are allowed to use above 28.100.
(*5)
24.908: from February 2013. Former frequency was 24.918MHz.
(*6)
50.058: from August 2014.
(*7)
10.128 and 70.158: appeared in Spring 2011 issue of Key Note, as center of activity frequencies.
(*8) Strike-through frequencies (3.708, 7.118, 10.128, 21.158 and 28.158) have already removed from their web pages. [February 2017]
(*9) 50.085: 50.058 is now beacon land. [January 2018]
(*10) 10.128: has been still appeared in February 2018 issue of Key Note and later.

 

BANDPLANS

Japan: JARL Bandplans (PDF)
Taiwan: CTARL Freq and Power (Big5) or Amateur Radio in Taiwan (English)


FISTS East Asia CW Net

Update: June 2021

We have informal CW sessions for ANYONE who wants to practice English QSO.

When
on Sundays @ East Asia
Part I
around 7.026MHz
starting 2300UTC on Saturdays
(0700 Taiwan/Singapore Time, 0800 JST on Sundays)
Part II
around 14.054MHz
starting 0800UTC on Sundays
(1600 Taiwan/Singapore Time, 1700 JST on Sundays)
Speed
12WPM to 15WPM
Controlled by
JE1RZR, JL1GEL, JS1QIZ, JO3HPM, JK7UST/JE7YTQ and JL3YMV
Managed by
Nao, JO3HPM
Any other announcements
might be posted to the FEA English BBS. Please check the QRV Info board too.
Results
Click here to show the results of past FEA CW Net.

Guide to the FEA NET (Japanese)


FEA Crossing

Update: October 2020

QSO on the FEA net takes place in groups. On the other hand, some members who want one-on-one QSO havecommented that it�s getting harder and harder to find members on the bands these days. So we decided to start newevent called FEA Crossing. By concentrating time and frequency, it eases to find members who want one-on-one QSO. We look forward to your participation.

OBJECTIVE To enjoy one-on-one Morse code communication.
TIME Every Friday 23:30 to Saturday 00:30 UTC
FREQUENCY 7.025 to 7.030 MHz
PARTICIPATION All amateur stations
CALL CQ FISTS or CQ
HOW TO Call a CQ at this time and frequency. Or respond to the station sending the CQ. We recommendusing the FEA QRV Information: http://www.fists-ea.org/qrv/qrvinfo.cgi
GENERAL Not only all FEA members, but also worldwide FISTS members can submit. There is no charge.
ENTRIES TO email to awards@ fists-ea.org. Logs must be received on or after 1st January 2021.

 


QRV Information

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