|Olivia Frequency List
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Olivia 20 meter Frequencies
Olivia Settings for MixW
Hundreds of radio amateurs
interested in Olivia operation.
| Olivia, the Magic Digital Mode
Olivia MFSK digital communications are becoming popular in amateur radio because Olivia is one of the most robust methods of text keyboarding, that can perform superbly for long distance communications in ionospheric noise conditions where other modes fail. It is possible to communicate worldwide using Olivia with as little as a few watts of transmitter power. Read the story behind the development of Olivia: Pawel Jalocha.
Olivia is different from some other types of amateur radio digital keyboarding methods, because it can often be decoded perfectly in the most poor signal-to-noise conditions, even when the human ear cannot discern the presence of the signal, and even when it cannot be easily seen on the conventional waterfall spectrum display. While amateurs are free to roam the band using VFOs, operating on any amateur frequency within the operator's license regulations, "voluntary channelisation" of Olivia digital frequencies enhances the amateurs' ability to synchronise and communicate with Olivia using extremely weak signals that would otherwise be missed through searching via VFO tuning. Please see the frequency chart for details. These are a combination of observed, suggested, proposed, and common usage frequencies that are also used by other types of MFSK, and PAX keyboarding. More amateur radio bandplan information:
Amateur radio IARU region 1 bandplan - IARU region 2 bandplan - IARU region 3 bandplan - organisation frequency listings
Bandplans.com an operator-generated listing of nets, operating frequencies, and international bandplan segments
MixW by UT2UZ and UU9JDR
F6CTE MULTIPSK or MULTIPSK
N1SU Olivia MFSK
Olivia Calling Frequencies
Olivia MFSK Activity Frequencies
Olivia Channels, Olivia bandplan, existing and proposed frequencies for finding Olivia QSOs
(also used by other MFSK modes, MFSK16, PAX, PAX2, etc)
(source: Multipsk by Patrick F6CTE)
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