rwpeters at swbell.net
Thu Apr 19 11:15:34 EDT 2007
You know what Dave that is a great question...As I have found out that
the BA AM guys don't like change.. They just stay were they are and
complain when all these FQS go un used...There is very little activity
in the new Phone portion. Also a lot of the guys have never upgraded to
extra. There is no excuse for that now. It is simple... Well okk guys
have at it LOL...
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[mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net] On Behalf Of david knepper
Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2007 9:25 AM
To: Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] 3870/QRM
Why is it that very few of us are using the new expanded frequencies on
meters for AM?
Before you respond with a statement that these frequencies are being
utilized, then, why all the talk about 3870, etc.?
A lot of us grumbled over the years that the F.C.C. was not listening to
petitions, but then when it - to our surprise, I might add - it allowed
to move down to 3600 Khz., the first night it was full of AM, then, the
frequencies became conspicuously quiet, so to speak.
Anyone want a QSO on 3712 or 3685 Khz, sometime?
I am about ready to recut my dipole to 3880 again!
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Brett gazdzinski" <brett.gazdzinski at verizonbusiness.com>
To: "'Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service'"
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Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2007 10:11 AM
Subject: RE: [AMRadio] 3870/QRM
>I am not quick to assume some ssb qso is intentionally interfering, as
>on their gear, they might not hear the AM, their filters being narrow
>and ours being very wide sometimes.
> Listening on 40 meters CW lately, I wonder why the slow code I can
> copy is always under a south American ssb qso, or right in with some
> real strong rtty station. I hear one side of the QSO real well, the
> other side barely or not at all, and assume the ssb or rtty is to low
> at the cw stations receive to matter.
> I am sure people think they own frequencies, and/or like to harass AM,
> but I don't jump to assumptions about it.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net
>> [mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net] On Behalf Of Todd, KA1KAQ
>> Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2007 9:41 AM
>> To: Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service
>> Subject: Re: [AMRadio] 3870/QRM
>> On 4/19/07, Bob Peters <rwpeters at swbell.net> wrote:
>> > Well guys I was going to stay out of this QSO but now I need to
>> > reply...I have many times been on 3.870 SSB with
>> Murry...Johnny and a
>> > lot of the Texas SSB group when all of a sudden here comes the West
>> > Coast Guys on AM and we had been on SSB for hours before...
>> I blaim it
>> > on band conditions but then the yelling match comes from
>> all concerned.
>> > Me I just sign and go away...My pennies worth Hi
>> That's a really good point, Bob. It happened up hear a while back
>> with some midwest guys wandering into a group in the northeast who
>> had been on since afternoon. The band does stange things, sometimes
>> quite suddenly. It can appear that someone just 'arrived' on the
>> frequency you're using, when in fact they've been there all along.
>> OTOH, all of us have witnessed the times when a few bad apples will
>> jump onto the frequency with the intent to cause problems. Many will
>> make a point of saying so, in so many words. Joe and others have
>> mentioned the remarks about running off AMers with their outdated
>> gear and mode. When dealing with that mentality, I always remember
>> Don, K4KYV's words of wisdom: turn up the wick! Not always the best
>> practice, but more often than not, it's the only one they understand.
>> ~ Todd, KA1KAQ
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