[AMRadio] The zeal to eliminate AM mode on the amateur bands.

k0ng at inebraska.com k0ng at inebraska.com
Sun Sep 18 20:13:09 EDT 2005

Mark: Yet another opinion... Some of these AM haters are very much like the
big car drivers in high school who would haul around a gaggle of guys
who would laugh at a practical good mileage car and make fun of the operator.
Same mentality....dumb and dummmber. (no.. I couldnt afford a car).

Also, I think some of the folks are just plain jelous (sp), They cant build
AM or maintain or operate it but they "shore can buy leenears".

Its a class conscious society, if I cant have it neither can you.

Shields up. Charlie, K0NG .

Quoting "Mark Cobbeldick [KB4CVN]" <kb4cvn at yahoo.com>:

> Having only been active on AM mode for just two short years, I consider
> myself to still be a newbie, still not understanding the zeal and
> fervor by some in the amateur community to eliminate or totally outlaw
> the use of AM mode transmissions in the MF/HF amateur bands in the USA.
> ...As quoted by one person "like using spark-gap".
> I look at AM communications as just one of the earlier modes, something
> to be preserved, not cast aside.
> Could someone more familiar with the issue please give me a better
> understanding of why these people are so intent to get rid of this
> mode?
> 73,
> Mark Cobbeldick, KB4CVN
> Monroe, VA
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