WSPR and QRSS frequencies

NOTE

These are not dial frequencies but the actual transmit range.  This list is for direct frequency entry transmitters such as the Hans Summers QRP Labs “Ultimate 2 / Ultimate 3(S)” kits.

(The 17m QRSS frequency has been selected as it’s directly below the WSPR frequency, allowing for grabbers to run both WSPR and QRSS simultaneously)

(The 40m QRSS frequency has been selected as it’s directly below the WSPR frequency, allowing for grabbers to run both WSPR and QRSS simultaneously)

(30m is very overcrowded.  Please check the active grabbers before you transmit to find a clear spot and because it's so busy, please think very carefully before you run slow Hell on 30m)

2200m

WSPR: 137.500 kHz +/- 100 Hz

 

600m

WSPR: 475.700 kHz +/- 100 Hz

QRSS: 476.100 kHz +/- 100 Hz

 

160m

WSPR: 1,838.100 kHz +/- 100 Hz

QRSS: 1,843.200 kHz +/- 100 Hz

 

80m

WSPR: 3,594.100 kHz +/- 100 Hz

QRSS: 3,500.800 kHz +/- 100 Hz

 

60m

WSPR: 5,288.700 kHz +/- 100 Hz (check local licence conditions)

QRSS: 5,288.550 kHz +/- 50 Hz (check local licence conditions)

 

40m

WSPR: 7,040.100 kHz +/- 100 Hz

QRSS: 7,039.800 kHz +/- 100 Hz

 

30m

WSPR: 10,140.200 kHz +/- 100 Hz

QRSS: 10,140.000 kHz +/- 100 Hz

 

20m

WSPR: 14,097.100 kHz +/- 100 Hz

QRSS: 14,000.800 kHz +/- 100 Hz

 

17m

WSPR: 18,106.100 kHz +/- 100 Hz

QRSS: 18,105.900 kHz +/- 100 Hz

 

15m

WSPR: 21,096.100 kHz +/- 100 Hz

QRSS: 21,000.800 kHz +/- 100 Hz

 

12m

WSPR: 24,926.100 kHz +/- 100 Hz

QRSS: 24,880.800 kHz +/- 100 Hz

 

10m

WSPR: 28,126.100 kHz +/- 100 Hz

QRSS: 28,000.800 kHz +/- 100 Hz

QRSS: 28,322.000 kHz +/- 100 Hz (Italian network)

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Updated: 3rd March 2017

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