[AMRadio] Phone band expansion


Bob Maser bmaser at tampabay.rr.com
Fri Oct 13 13:39:38 EDT 2006


I guess I should have specified plate modulated AM transmitters.  You are 
right, my FT1000 Mark V does have the ability to go on AM but it also goes 
on FM, RTTY and PKT.  I wonder how many people use these modern day 
transceivers on these modes.  Let's stop this thread.  Now with the 
expansion of usable frequencies on 75/80, us Extras can go down and play 
radio where the other lesser licensed can't go.  On that subject, I can't 
understand why the Advanced hams don't go down and pass the Extra written 
exam, especially since the code requirements have been eliminated.  My, it's 
so easy to get on radio these days.

Bob  W6TR
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donald Chester" <k4kyv at hotmail.com>
To: <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Friday, October 13, 2006 1:26 PM
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Phone band expansion


>>>If AM is getting so popular, why aren't there any manufacturers producing 
>>>any equipment?
>
> Where  have you  been the past 20+ years?  Nearly all HF transceivers made 
> to-day include true double-sideband full carrier AM mode, along with SSB, 
> CW and various digital capabilities.
>
> There aren't any major manufacturers producing HF rigs that are AM-only 
> for exactly the same  reason they aren't producing SSB-only or CW only 
> rigs.  (I'm not talking about little single-mode QRP kits.)
>
> Don k4kyv
>
>
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