Telnet connectionsto the NC7J Utah DX Cluster can be made by connecting your telnet client / contest / logging software to: dxc.nc7j.comon the default Telnet Port 23.
NC7J Web Cluster: http://www.nc7j.com
Local RF Packet connections to the NC7J DX Packet Cluster can be made by connecting to NC7J on 144.95 mhz or connect to UTDXC from one of the many Netrom nodes in the greater Salt Lake City Utah area.
Dedicated NC7J CW Skimmer in Syracuse Utah:
Point your telnet client to: dxc.nc7j.com on the default CW Skimmer Server Telnet Port 7300.
This is an open CW Skimmer running VE3NEA's CW Skimmer Server software on a dedicated quad processor Windows 2008 Server. NC7J is decoding 96khz on 7 bands (in real-time)in Syracuse Utah. We are running an SRL QuickSilver QS1R Receiver.
The NC7J CW Skimmer server is feeding the Reverse Beacon Network. When Calling CQ on HF, check the CW Skimmer Server NC7J on the Reverse Beacon Network and see if you are being heard in Syracuse Utah. You can search by callsign or lookup the latest spots posted by NC7J.
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