I’m active on the 60 m band now and then, with all 3 call signs.
Mostly in CW, but also in domestic Danish SSB QSOs.
Danish hams are NOT tied to channels, but can use all frequencies between 5250 kHz and 5450 kHz as VFO band and as secondary users. Secondary users means that hams has to QRT or QSY if there is any primary user traffic.
You can usually find me on 5405 kHz, which is the USA/Canada CW channel, but as mentioned above, I can work on any frequency from 5250 kHz to 5450 kHz.
Danish hams may use any mode and up to 1 kW output power on 60 m, depending on the type of their license. Even I’m holding the 1 kW license (A license), I only use max. 100-120 W output on any band.
Worked countries on 60 m:
Denmark, Faroe Islands, Greenland, Norway, Svalbard, Sweden, Iceland, England, Wales, Scotland, Isle of Man, Northern Ireland, USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Bulgaria, Bahrain, Croatia, Hungary, Spain, Balearic Islands, Canary Islands, Portugal, Azores, Israel, Kuwait, Germany, Western Sahara, Ukraine, Andorra, Macedonia, Maldives, Netherlands, Uzbekistan, Oman, Belgium, Ceuta & Mililla, Liechtenstein
Country in RED = Confirmed, any combination of paper, LoTW and eQSL.
Channels on 60 m:
Denmark, Greenland, Grenada, Trinidad & Tobago and Samoa:
All frequencies between 5250 kHz and 5450 kHz (VFO band).
See the full updated list for channels on 60 m: Click here
Link: The 60 m website : www.60metersonline.com