Digital

Here is a short list of Digital calling frequencies (this is very much a work in progress):

EasyPal

  • 40 meters – 7173 kHz, LSB (Lots of activity)
  • 20 meters – 14233 kHz, USB

PSK31

  • 160 meters – 1838 kHz
  • 80 meters – 3580 kHz
  • 40 meters – 7035 kHz
  • 30 meters – 10140 kHz
  • 20 meters – 14070 kHz
  • 17 meters – 18100 kHz
  • 15 meters – 21080 kHz
  • 10 meters – 28120 kHz
  • 6 meters – 50.290 MHz
  • 2 meters – 144.144 MHz
  • 1.25 meters – 222.07 MHz
  • 70 cm – 432.2 MHz
  • 33 cm – 909.0 MHz

RTTY:

  • 80 meters – 3590 kHz (DX)
  • 40 meters – 7080 – 7100 kHz
  • 30 meters – 10130 – 10140 kHz
  • 20 meters – 14070 – 14095 kHz
  • 17 meters – 18100 – 18105 kHz
  • 15 meters – 21070 – 21100 kHz
  • 12 meters – 24920 – 24925 kHz
  • 10 meters – 28070 – 28150 kHz

Olivia (Region 2):

500/16 Calling Frequencies

  • BAND – Center Frequency – Dial Frequency
  • 160 meters – 1808.75 kHz – 1808.00 kHz
  • 80 meters – 3577.75 kHz – 3577.00 kHz
  • 40 meters – 7073.25 kHz – 7072.50 kHz
  • 30 meters – 10143.25 kHz – 10142.50 kHz
  • 20 meters – 14076.40 kHz – 14075.65 kHz
  • 17 meters – 18103.40 kHz – 18102.65 kHz
  • 15 meters – 21087.25 kHz – 21086.50 kHz
  • 12 meters – 24922.25 kHz – 24921.50 kHz
  • 10 meters – 28076.75 kHz – 28076.00 kHz
  • 6 meters – 50.29225 MHz – 50.291 MHz

Settings for Mix W can be found at http://hflink.com/olivia/#settings.

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Digital Communications Software I find useful along with a brief summary:

MixW
Just about every digital mode possible plus SSTV… Packet too. It decodes one signal at a time… other programs decode multiple signals, but I still keep going back to MixW often.
http://www.mixw.net/
Digipan
Specifically made for the PSK crowd: PSK31 and PSK63. I think this was one of the first to offer simultaneous decode of multiple PSK signals so you can spot a particular QSO text string in an instant. Cool.
http://www.digipan.net/
EasyPal
Binary transfer software specifically designed to manipulate, transmit and receive image files through a voice bandwidth channel.
http://www.kc1cs.com/