|[AMRadio] AM in Iraq?|
lhwill at verizon.net
Sun Oct 7 20:16:39 EDT 2007
My personal experience in Vietnam (1967-68) in the Army SigC is AM
voice was already dead. It doesn't and never did work in the high
noise levels near the equator. Enjoy AM in the winter but it is just
isn't an comm medium when near 100% copy is required, unless you are
WKBW or WABC at 50 kW ERP. Here at 40N, I only use AM on
160 reliably from Nov -Mar, and I run an RCA BTA-1R1.
I love AM but I also know its limitations.
At 03:59 PM 10/7/2007, you wrote:
>----- Original Message ---- From: Glenn Zemanek
><zemanek at att.net> >Glenn kc2fzv --on my way to the sandbox
>again. Sorry to continue this >thread as it probably is against
>list regs but I just had to comment Glen, I was wondering if you
>could describe to the group how AM might take part in military
>communications in Iraq. Also, is there any Ham Radio operating being
>allowed? Regards, Jim Candela WD5JKO
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