|[AMRadio] New 40M AM Net|
bcarling at cfl.rr.com
Sun Oct 10 17:10:30 EDT 2004
Let me think about it Geoff.
that is a good suggestion.
I will see if the FL guys think they can handle that.
It MIGHT make it hard for some of us on the shorter skip with FL
and GA to hear each other, but if we started around 11:00 AM
Eastern and ran for an hour or so that would give you guys a
chance to join us, and if we find that 12 noon still works for
everyone we could move to that time instead.
THANKS AGAIN for your interest!
I will likely be running a 6146A modulated by a 6L6 here!
73 - Brian, AF4K
On 10 Oct 2004 at 8:26, Geoff/W5OMR wrote:
> > I am seriously thinking about trying to start a Saturday morning
> > AM net on 7290 kHz for stations in the far southeast USA.
> > This would mostly extenmd to Florida and Georgia and anyone
> > farther afield that can hear us.
> > Is anyone interested in helping me get this started?
> It would work from Texas to Florida, especially along the Gulf coast,
> if you could start the net at 12:00noon, EST.
> The 7.290 Traffic Net was started by AM'ers back in the '50s, when '
> Fone' was first allowed on 40m. They occupy the 5th call area.
> If you start the net at noon Eastern Time, then at Noon Central,
> those of us from Mississippi to Brownsville would be able to check in.
> 73 = Best Regards,
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