brett.gazdzinski at verizonbusiness.com
Thu Jan 25 14:30:51 EST 2007
Much less of this on 40 meters.
When it happens to me, I move some.
I also try to keep everyone on the frequency, some
drift or start out 2kc away, and after a while you might
have 4 people on 4 different frequencies....
On 40 meters weekend mornings, many ssb guys have schedules
with others around the AM window, I wait till they are done
or try and squeeze between...
There seems to be plenty of blame to go around, and yes,
there are those that like to cause trouble.
> An AMer get on the air after carefully checking the frequency . There
> are no QSO's within 10 kc's either side of the frequency he finds. He
> calls CQ and gets a few responses. After about ten minutes several in
> the QSO notice there is some SSB chatter on the upper side.
> Someone has
> pulled within 2.5 KC of the AM QSO. ( more than likely
> because they have
> a 2.5 filter). As soon as someone joins the SSB QSO they sit
> there and
> complain about the AMers being too close. The AMers call it
> and the road we have paved is already bumpy with no facts .
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