|[AMRadio] Frequency Question|
ellenjoanne2003 at sbcglobal.net
Wed Sep 12 19:11:01 EDT 2007
So far no troubles. Besides, other than my landlady, nobody else knows I'm
operating a ham station (I don't want to deal with the nonsense I dealt with
at the University of Wisconsin in the 80s, when the Cryogenics lab blamed us
[W9YT- the ham club station] for every little glitch in their electronics
sensors [even when we weren't on the air they "just knew it was us" causing
the problems]). So, I operate stealth.
An SB-200 for some oomph - hmmm that's a good idea. I wish I'd thought
about that. Thanks! I'll keep an eye out for one as a "just in case I need
to use it", in the ususal places (swapfests, ePay, etc.). As of now it'll
be a work in progress (I hit a major cycle of bills, and money is tight at
Ellen - AF9J
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Wilhite" <w5jo at brightok.net>
To: "Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service"
<amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Wednesday, September 12, 2007 11:07 AM
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Frequency Question
> Well Ellen, I have had that award for many years, back in the early 70s
> it was. Most were nice about it and we cleared the problems. Others
> were not so nice and I ignored them as much as possible.
> If you are having troubles with a Scout then a 200 watt amp won't do
> much more than widen the circle a bit. I say go for it and deal with
> the troubles as they occur.
> As for an amp, look for a Heath SB 200. Runs real well at the 150 watt
> level and is Class B. They can be had for reasonable bucks and there is
> no issue of having to find a chassis, case and all the parts.
> > Hi Jim,
> > It's kind of hard to do, with me living in an apartment.
> But, I have concerns about amp usage, earning me the "Worked All
> Neighbors" award for my apartment building.
> > 73,
> > Ellen - AF9J
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