|[AMRadio] Midwest Noon Net|
wa9vrh at mtco.com
Thu Nov 2 18:18:43 EST 2006
Guess I could tune around but I will be mobile during the week. What
frequency are you meeting on?
Larry WA9VRH Northwest of Peoria
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jack Schmidling" <jack at schmidling.com>
To: "Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service"
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Sent: Thursday, November 02, 2006 3:00 PM
Subject: [AMRadio] Midwest Noon Net
> Everybody seems to get up at the crack of dawn and yack for a few hours
> and then disappear as though a propagation broom swept them away.
> There is absolutely no one in the 75 meter AM window for most of the
> rest of the day. It may not be a great time for DX but surely there is
> propagation of sorts and it is being lost.
> So, I am taking it upon myself to do what I can to rectify the problem.
> Today was the first session of the Midwest AM Noon Net and we had a
> whopping 2 checkins.
> This is a call for anyone within reasonable distance of Chicago to tune
> in at Noon Chicago time and say hello and use up some of that either
> going to waste.
> Hope to hear from some of you tomorrow.
> 73 DE NR9Q
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