|[AMRadio] QRP AM and world record?|
Foltarz at rocketmail.com
Mon Mar 7 12:01:48 EST 2005
Well the neighbors claim I get into their TV set when my rig isn't even on!
Insofar miles/milliwatt is concerned, this would be a divide by zero situation!
--- Geoff <w5omr at w5omr.shacknet.nu> wrote:
> charles free wrote:
> >Hello all,
> >In reference to the fellow wanting to run QRP AM, I
> >seem to recall that years ago there was a contest for
> >the longest distance and lowest power used for an AM
> >contact. The last I heard, was that an Australian,
> >running 500 milliwatts AM on 10 meters was the record
> >holder. This was around 1970 or so. Anybody else
> >drag anything out of the memory banks on this?
> >Charlie, W4MEC in NC
> seems far-fetched, but I think Steve/WB5UGT worked from South Texas
> to Skohegan, Maine (know anyone up there? ;-)) on a 4-watt xtal controlled
> CB walktie-talkie and an extended antenna.
> I'm sure Steve worked others on that setup. And, he monitors the list.
> 73 = Best Regards,
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