ars.w5omr at gmail.com
Tue Apr 10 17:47:31 EDT 2007
Craig C. Heaton wrote:
> There is, or there's tried to be... on 3.880. Look for W5KGZ, W5DWP,
> KA5RHK and others on/around 3.880 at/about 4:30 to 5pm, for an hour or two.
> If you don't hear anyone, call CQ.
> Hi Geoff,
> The disputed AM west coast calling frequency, 3.870MHz, was kinda crowded
> last night and there were weak stations on 3.880 and 3.885. So I dropped
> down to 3.865, just a little out of the GETTO, and had a fantastic QSO with
> stations in Washington state and Mexifornia. Signals were 60dB or better on
> my R-390A, just like old time clear channel radio!
What an absolutely wonderful way of illustrating the point I've been
trying to make, all along. If your favorite frequency is busy, and you
don't want to join in, MOVE OFF, and call CQ!
Great job, Craig! Congrats on the great QSO.
73 = Best Regards,
-Geoff/W5OMR (/5 Spring, TX)
(WA5BXO said to say 'Hi y'all)
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