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Kim.Elmore at noaa.gov
Tue Dec 21 17:36:47 EST 2004
Well said, John.
I'm not terribly active on AM, though I've enjoyed it several times on 10
m. and I enjoy old equipment. I fired up my Dad's (W5JHJ) Globe Champ on 40
m late one afternoon and he enjoyed seeing the old rig work its magic again.
As for 75 m: yep, it's a bad barrel. I find most of what I hear on the
phone portion of the band shameful. That's why I usually work only CW. It's
much harder for the misanthropes to be rude on CW (and the other digital
modes). One of the exceptions is AM: I'm impressed with what I hear there.
Kim Elmore, N5OP
At 04:24 PM 12/21/2004, you wrote:
>Amateur radio operators are all supposed to be gentlemen (and ladies) and
>conform to good operating customs and practices. Unfortunately, there are
>apples in every barrel and this happens to be one of them. Maybe some of
>folks should do some soul searching and learn to "get along."
>As Riley has said many times, the world is out there listening to everything
>we say and do. Bad operating can and will eventually lead to loss of
>frequencies, privileges and support. If you don't believe that, look at
>the support we
>are getting from the FCC on the BPL issue???
>Happy Holidays, 73, and think about that New Year's resolution.
>A proud member of AMI
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>Post: mailto:AMRadio at mailman.qth.net
Kim Elmore, Ph.D.
University of Oklahoma
Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies
"All of weather is divided into three parts: Yes, No, and Maybe. The
greatest of these is Maybe" The original Latin appears to be garbled.
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