MINI NIGHT OF NIGHTS 2015

On 14 November 2015 Pacific time Maritime Radio Historical Society station KSM will conduct a "mini Night of Nights" oriented specifically toward medium frequency transmissions. We will extend the KSM operating hours well into the evening our time to give as many listeners as possible the opportunity to hear our medium frequency signals. All our HF channels will be active as well. MRHS amateur station K6KPH will be guarding its usual channels for KSM signal reports and general contacts. Here are some details:

KSM will continue operations past 0000Z on these frequencies (in kc):

426
500
4350.5
6474.0
8438.3
12993.0
16914.0
22445.8

K6KPH will guard:

3550.0
7050.0
14050.0
18097.5
21050.0

Numerous medium frequency experimental stations will also be active for this event. Our ops will tune the MF band to see which of these we can monitor. Dr. Fritz Raab has taken the lead on this part of the event. We'll post their official announcement here when it becomes available.

Why not join us a KSM to share the fun? You're invited to visit with us at the receive site, 17400 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. in the Point Reyes National Seashore. See:

http://goo.gl/maps/fXzNs

The station telephone number is +1 415-669-9646 (answered only when the station is staffed).

Got a commercial radiotelegraph ticket? Sit the circuit at KSM and get your license endorsed as a coast station operator with our special endorsement stamp. Want to sit the circuit at K6KPH? No problem, no license required, just a working knowledge of Morse. It you have an amateur license bring that along and we'll endorse it for operation at K6KPH.

If you've read this far here's your reward: visit us and whisper the words "true believer" to be granted access to our special equipment storage area. We call it the Treasure Room.

VY 73,

MRHS