NCDXF/IARU Beacon Transmission Schedule
Each beacon transmits every three minutes, day and night. This table gives the minute and second of the start of the first transmission within the hour for each beacon on each frequency. A transmission consists of the callsign of the beacon sent at 22 words per minute followed by four one-second dashes. The callsign and the first dash are sent at 100 watts. The remaining dashes are sent at 10 watts, 1 watt and 100 milliwatts.
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If you can hear a beacon now, send a report to DX Summit.
1 - Operation may be intermittent due to local conditions.
2 - There is a problem with the antenna. The operators are working on it.
3 - Off while negotiating re-installation permission with UN bureaucrats.
4 - Off due to hardware failure. The operators are working on repairs.
5 - A lightning strike has caused damage. We are sending replacement hardware.
6 - The beacon hasn't been heard for a while. We are contacting the operator. If you hear the beacon back on, please report it to us.
7 - The beacon is stuck on one band. The operators have been contacted.
8 - The beacon will be on intermittently from a temporary location.
If you think a beacon is off or malfunctioning, please contact us.