rwpeters at swbell.net
Thu Apr 19 11:20:04 EDT 2007
As I said before...Go down young man go down...A whole band that we can
use...Lets have a flag that says 3.650 group and call it ours to have
and to hold from now till eternity..Instead of the NOS 3.880 why don't
we CALL IT AM 3.650!!!!
From: amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net
[mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net] On Behalf Of Jim Wilhite
Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2007 9:56 AM
To: Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] 3870/QRM
> 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
> Bob W1PE
There is a very strange phenomenon called time zones. Which
begs the question: "When someone in the middle of the
country knows that a particular frequency is used by a band
of AM operators at a particular time, why can't they QSY to
allow the West Coast bunch to operate? They know they are
coming" Same for the East Coast. Guys there usually get on
an hour before the middle of the U.S.
It would be mighty friendly if the West Coast bunch could be
accommodated by Murry and his band of merry men. But then
you say, Why can't the West Coast bunch choose another
frequency? For the same reason that Murry and the group
won't, they might interfere with another group in the
General portion, which is where most want to operate to
maximize the number of stations that can participate.
This kind of thing leads to groups like the ones with signs
at the Belton hamfest, 3.835 Group, 3.922 Group. The 3.922
group even has a flag with that frequency on it. Kind of
makes one believe they own that frequency and since they
purchased a flag, they aren't gonna move even with dynamite.
What is the answer, what is the answer?
AMRadio mailing list
List Rules (must read!): http://w5ami.net/amradiofaq.html
List Home: http://mailman.qth.net/mailman/listinfo/amradio
Partner Website: http://www.amfone.net
Post: mailto:AMRadio at mailman.qth.net
To unsubscribe, send an email to amradio-request at mailman.qth.net with
the word unsubscribe in the message body.
More information about the AMRadio mailing list
This page last updated 13 Dec 2017.