|[AMRadio] The AM Window|
bcarling at cfl.rr.com
Tue Dec 21 19:35:09 EST 2004
It's always been like that?
What, with people just cranking up a group on top of an
existing QSO that they can readily HEAR and insulting them?
On 21 Dec 2004 at 17:56, W7QHO at aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 12/21/04 2:05:55 PM, bcarling at cfl.rr.com writes:
> > You won't get much courtesy and respect on 75m SSB.
> I was first licensed back in 1951 and in my experience 75M has always been
> like that, whatever the
> mode. Also very busy during the prime operating hours, so it has seldom
> been a matter of finding a "clear" frequency, but rather one of looking for a
> "thin" spot in the din in which to operate. However, 75 is now virtually
> deserted during the day, at least out here on the West Coast. Last month we ran a
> local MRCG "Field Day" down in San Pedro and monopolized 3860 - 3900 all
> morning with no problem at all.
> Typically, though, more SSB activity than AM in "the window" out here.
> Dennis D. W7QHO
> Glendale, CA
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