The ARRL has announced a new world wide radio contest – the ARRL World Wide Digital Contest. It will take place during the first full weekend in June every year and feature FT8 and FT4 digital modes. Yes, you heard that right. The Amateur Radio Relay League has created a contest for all the FT8 and FT4 digital fans across the world.
==== FT-4 Recommended Sub-bands ====
50.330 to 50.340
==== FT-8 Recommended Sub-bands ====
3.590-3.600 (No Digital above 3600)
50.340 to 50.350
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