W1AW Field Day Bulletin for June 22 2021.

The following was received from the ARRL

Special Bulletin 8  ARLX008
From ARRL Headquarters  
Newington CT  June 21, 2021
To all radio amateurs

SB SPCL ARL ARLX008

ARLX008 2021 W1AW Field Day Bulletin Schedule

Day      Mode     Pacific    Mountain   Central   Eastern   UTC

FRIDAY   CW       5:00 PM    6:00 PM    7:00 PM   8:00 PM   0000 (Sat)
         Digital  6:00 PM    7:00 PM    8:00 PM   9:00 PM   0100
         Phone    6:45 PM    7:45 PM    8:45 PM   9:45 PM   0145
         CW       8:00 PM    9:00 PM   10:00 PM  11:00 PM   0300

SATURDAY CW       7:00 AM    8:00 AM    9:00 AM  10:00 AM   1400
         Phone    8:00 AM    9:00 AM   10:00 AM  11:00 AM   1500
         CW       5:00 PM    6:00 PM    7:00 PM   8:00 PM   0000 (Sun)
         Digital  6:00 PM    7:00 PM    8:00 PM   9:00 PM   0100
         Phone    6:45 PM    7:45 PM    8:45 PM   9:45 PM   0145

SUNDAY   CW       7:00 AM    8:00 AM    9:00 AM  10:00 AM   1400
         Phone    8:00 AM    9:00 AM   10:00 AM  11:00 AM   1500
         Digital  9:00 AM   10:00 AM   11:00 AM  12:00 PM   1600

W1AW will operate on its regularly published frequencies.

CW frequencies are 1.8025, 3.5815, 7.0475, 14.0475, 18.0975,
21.0675, 28.0675, 50.350, and 147.555 MHz.

Digital frequencies are 3.5975, 7.095, 14.095, 18.1025, 21.095,
28.095, 50.350, and 147.555 MHz.

Phone frequencies are 1.855, 3.990, 7.290, 14.290, 18.160, 21.390,
28.590, 50.350, and 147.555 MHz.

During Field Day weekend, W1AW will transmit the Field Day bulletin
using 45.45-baud Baudot, PSK31 in BPSK mode and MFSK16 in this
order.

Please note the Field Day bulletin will not be sent out via
EchoLink.

In addition, on Friday local, June 25, 2021, the digital version of
the Field Day bulletin sent at 9 PM EDT (0100 UTC) will be
transmitted using BPSK31, Baudot, and MFSK16 in this order, as time
allows.

The regular digital mode lineup of Baudot, BPSK31, and MFSK16 will
be used during Field Day weekend.

Please note that West Coast ARRL Qualifying Run station K9JM is
again slated to transmit the CW and Digital versions of the 2021
W1AW Field Day Bulletin.

The West Coast 2021 Field Day Bulletin schedule is as follows:

CW

On Saturday, June 26, the CW version will be transmitted at 7:30 AM
PDT (1430 UTC).  On Saturday evening, the CW version will be
transmitted at 5:30 PM PDT (Sunday, June 27, at 0030 UTC).

On Sunday, June 27, the CW version of the bulletin will be
transmitted at 7:30 AM PDT (1430 UTC).  The CW frequencies are
3581.5 kHz and 7047.5 kHz.  The CW speed is 18 WPM.

Digital

On Saturday, June 26, the Digital version will be transmitted on
7095 kHz using BPSK31 at 6:30 PM PDT (Sunday, June 27, at 0130 UTC)
and using MFSK16 at 6:40 PM PDT (0140 UTC).

On Sunday, June 27, the Digital version will be transmitted on
3597.5 kHz using BPSK31 at 9:30 AM PDT (Sunday, June 27, at 1630
UTC) and using MSFK16 at 9:40 AM PDT (1640 UTC).

Any additional transmissions or changes in the schedule will be
posted on the web at, http://www.arrl.org/Field-Day .
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/EX

ISS SLOW SCAN TV June 9 2021

The following has been received from the ARRL

Space Bulletin 005  ARLS005
From ARRL Headquarters  
Newington, CT  June 8, 2021
To all radio amateurs

SB SPACE ARL ARLS005
ARLS005 RS0ISS Will Transmit Slow-Scan TV Images from the ISS on
June 9-10

Russian cosmonauts on the International Space Station (ISS) plan to
transmit slow-scan TV (SSTV) images on 145.800 MHz FM June 9 and 10.
The transmissions, which will use SSTV mode PD120, are part of the
Moscow Aviation Institute SSTV experiment (MAI-75) and will be made
from RS0ISS in the Russian Service Module of the ISS using a Kenwood
TM-D710 transceiver.

The tentative schedule calls for transmissions on June 9 from 0935
UTC until 1350 UTC and on June 10 from 0855 UTC until 1550 UTC.
Dates and times are subject to change. Hams on Earth should be able
to receive the signals on a handheld transceiver using a
quarter-wave whip antenna, with FM filters set for 25 kHz channel
spacing.

Predicted ISS pass times are available via the AMSAT website at,
https://www.amsat.org/track/ .

Additional information is available on the Amateur Radio on the
International Space Station (ARISS) SSTV blog at,
https://ariss-sstv.blogspot.com/, and tips for SSTV beginners are
available on the AMSAT-UK website at,
https://amsat-uk.org/beginners/iss-sstv/ .
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Coast Emergency Communications Association