0100Z-0319Z Apr 8, Submit Measurements by 0200Z, Apr 11   (QST Announcement)

W8RKO 30m (near 10103 kHz)
0100Z Call up for 3 minutes
0103Z Key down for 1 minute
0104Z End of 30m run

W8RKO 40m (near 7064 kHz)
0115Z Call up for 3 minutes
0118Z Key down for 1 minute
0119Z End of 40m run

W8RKO 80m (near 3598 kHz)
0130Z Call up for 3 minutes
0133Z Key down for 1 minute
0134Z End of 80m run

K5CM 30m (near 10102 kHz)
0200Z Call up for 3 minutes
0203Z Key down for 1 minute
0204Z End of 30m run

K5CM 40m (near 7065 kHz)
0300Z Call up for 3 minutes
0303Z Key down for 1 minute
0304Z End of 40m run

K5CM 80m (near 3599 kHz)
0315Z Call up for 3 minutes
0318Z Key down for 1 minute
0319Z End of 80m run

If the frequency is busy for a run, please standby and the FMT will start as soon as practical.


You don't have to use special lab equipment to enter the FMT. Modern HF transceivers can make frequency measurements quite accurately. SDR transceivers and PC software can make precise measurements of signal frequency.

If you've never entered an FMT before, information on how to measure the frequency of a carrier is available at www.k5cm.com, and in several previous QST articles listed below. Other practice FMTs are run throughout the year and are usually announced on the fmt-nuts group at groups.io/g/fmt-nuts.

Click on Data Entry in the navigation menu near the top of this page to submit your measurements. Results will be available immediately following the data entry deadline. Also, be sure to describe your setup when you submit your measurements online. The Green Box in the results shows stations submitting measurements with an accuracy of 1 Hz or better for all FMT frequencies.

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