Titanic – GB100MGY will be on 502 kHz
GB100MGY will be operating on 502 kHz from the Fort Perch Rock marine radio museum in the Wirral, UK during the Titanic commemoration.
Their website says:
We have “special permission” from OFCOM to use the 501 to 504 kHz band from 12th to 18th April from above location at FPR using above callsign. Please listen out for us on around 502 kHz CW. We will be on air on this frequency most evenings and overnight on 14th/15th April, the anniversary of the Titanic’s sad demise.
We will be using Marine radio equipment from Marconi, JRC, Nera with a long wire between fort and lighthouse and a 6oo foot loop aerial around the fort.
For those of you without a 500kHz band NOV we will be be doing crossband QSO’s on 3566 khz or 7066 khz. We also have a Kenwood TS570 100 watts transceiver which will be used on a vertical aerial for QSO’s on all other amateur bands both CW and SSB.