Frequencies for JOTA operation have been allocated both internationally and in Australia, for traditional SSB and PSK31 modes of operation. New modes such as Echo Link, D-Star and DMR also provide an efficient and positive JOTA experience virtually on demand.

A list of JOTA frequencies can be found by selecting "Downloads" in the Main Menu. The list also includes recommended frequencies for JOTA operation in VHF (2m) and UHF (70cm) bands.

Echolink as an easy means of providing guides and scouts with an efficient and positive JOTA experience virtually on demand. Please refer to the Echo Link article in the Amateur Radio Operators section, for more information.

D-Star also offers a convenient way to connect to other JOTA stations, either locally or in many countries world wide. Dstar reflectors (conference servers) also provide common meeting point for JOTA radio stations, such as REF033A (International JOTA) and REF003C (Australian refelector). JOTA stations may also be heard on other reflectors.

Digital mobile radio, DMR MARC, has a worldwide network of over 800 repeaters, including 24 in Australia and 10 in New Zealand. Each repeater has two slots for connection to international and local talk groups. Further information about the VK DMR MARC network, please use the Useful Link Menu. Dedicated JOTA talk groups have been allocated to the VK DMR network. A list of VK DMR talk groups can be found by selecting "Downloads" in the Main Menu.

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