[AMRadio] Low Power AM nets


RJ Mattson rjmattson at hvi.net
Mon Jan 3 16:32:22 EST 2005


Al,
Don't tell anyone you are using low power and you will get good reports.
The difference between a DX-40 and a KW is maybe at most 3 S-units on your 
rcvr.
bob...w2ami

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Schichler, Alfred" <ASchichler at microwavedata.com>
To: <AMRadio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Monday, January 03, 2005 9:59 AM
Subject: [AMRadio] Low Power AM nets


>I was wondering if there are any nets, or just parts of the 75 or 40 meter
> bands where I could find anyone on low power AM, preferably
> controlled-carrier, screen-grid modulation.
>
> I recently got a DX-40 / HQ-100 AM Station on the air, for nostalgic
> purposes, but it seems like the only AM stations I usually hear are ones
> with high-power, high-quality plate modulated AM, and I don't want my puny
> signal to be just lost in the crowd or ridiculed. (Not that that would
> necessarily happen, but it seems like a possibility). I haven't listened 
> at
> all hours of the day or anything, but I haven't found what I'm looking 
> for.
>
> I would appreciate any info on this subject.
>
> Al, NE2D
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