We will be QRV from Saint Martin and Sint Maarten via moonbounce.
Callsign at Saint Martin (DXCC FS) will be TO2EME. Callsign at Sint Maarten (DXCC PJ7) will be PJ7/PE1L.
From both locations the locator will be FK88kb.

144.134 MHz
2 x 8 element cross yagi, good power by ITALAB,
432.090 MHz
23 el DK7ZB yagi, power by ITALAB
We receive at our echo.
1296.090 MHz
1,8 mtr dish, ok1dfc feed, Kuhne transverter locked to 10 MHz
We receive at our echo.
2320.090 MHz
1,8 mtr dish, ok1dfc feed, Kuhne transverter locked to 10 MHz
We receive at our echo (and we can rx a 2304 at request)

Some tips to help us to qso with you
  • Add us to Call3.txt
  • Please call us when you CAN copy us. No need to have a good decode from us,
  • you will decode us when we call you. usaly you can't decode signals -24 till -31 which are not for you, you see a # indicating we call someone else
  • You don't need stop calling us when we are in QSO with someone else, after a QSO we will call the next station but only if he was TX'ing the period before.
  • Don't hop around, choose a freq to call us and stay there for a while. If you stop TX'ing, listen the next period and then change freq if you want.
  • We will not TX 73, if a QSO is complete by RX'ing 73 from you we call CQ or another station. (QSO is complete if both stations received both calls, a report and one or more R)
  • You need to send 73 after you got our RR, its good to know for us that we can call the next station.
  • We don't have a special station and we can't make more then 10 qso's a hour, it takes patience to qso with us.
  • More and more stations are locked at 10 MHz, keep in mind you can end on top off eachother at 144 MHz. Use some offset.
  • If you are familiar with the `Lance Procedure` you can call us that way.