Yes, let's give 3.775 MHz a try. That's 1800 PDT or 2100 EDT this evening.
BTW, using the speed of light c = 299.792
458 Mm/s, the wavelength of 3.775 MHz is 79.415 m. Here are some typical wavelengths within the band:
bottom of the band: 3.5 MHz: 85.655 m
ITU Zone 2 band midpoint: 3.75 MHz: 79.945 m
ITU Zone 2 top of the band: 4 MHz: 74.948 m
We don't need to distinguish between parts of this very large band. 80 m is a good rounded summary of the entire band in Zone 2.
Some other bands tell a different story. We should call 60 m either 56 m for the new international band, or 57 m for the old, messy channelized USA allocation. 40 m should be 42 m. 20 m should be 21 m. 15 m should be 14 m. Do the math and draw your own conclusions.
BTW, I like to give names to stuff:
My KX3 is Triple Kicks
. My KX2 is Little Engine
. Sorry, my K3 is nameless. It's been left in the dust by the K4, which hasn't yet been shoehorned into my budget. Any suggestions? I've written a review of the
Garmin inReach Mini Satellite Communicator
<Garmin inReach® Mini | Hiking GPS | Satellite Communicator
. I don't know in which issue it will appear. My Mini is called Red Giant
! <Red giant - Wikipedia
> Margaret K7MWP hasn't named her black Mini yet.
Bruce Prior N7RR