The 53nd
Jamboree On The Air
(JOTA)

October 16 and 17, 2010

Ever year for the past 5 years our Jamboree at Camp Seminole has gotten bigger and better.  The scouts really appreciate this and we have at least four scouts that returned this year with a new Technician license.  It is my hope that we have started the seed for many licenses in the future.


Partly due to Hurricane Wilma destroying the Scoutmasters Camp ground last year, Partly due to competing events happening the same weekend, Partly due to the Vista View (Broward County temporary replacement park) is not suitable for the JOTA event.....

Of course, I would encourage you to get on the air from your home stations and trying to close the link on as many scouts as possible, see http://www.arrl.org/FandES/ead/jota.html

JOTA Frequencies
Band SSB(phone) CW(morse)
80 meters 3.690 & 3.940 MHz
80 meters 3.570 MHz
40 meters 7.090 & 7.190 MHz
40 meters 7.030 MHz
20 meters 14.290 MHz
20 meters 14.060 MHz
17 meters 18.140 MHz
17 meters
18.080 MHz
15 meters 21.360 MHz
15 meters 21.140 MHz
12 meters 24.960 MHz
12 meters 24.910 MHz
10 meters 28.390 MHz
6 meters 50.1600 MHz
10 meters 28.180 MHz
6 meters 50.160 MHz

Thanks for your interest everyone and 73 !
Hope to see you there.
 
Robert Broderick, WE4B
JOTA Coordinator
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