|[AMRadio] Re: AMers should not operate other modes??|
brett.gazdzinski at verizon.net
Fri Feb 1 21:00:25 EST 2008
I dont operate it either, I have nothing to talk about on ssb.
I never homebrewed any gear for ssb.
I also find it anoying to listen to mostly, although the new icom makes
it sound quite good.
I learned something tuning around with the rig on ssb, the auto
notch works great, and will follow a jammer/carrier all around and notch it
without hardly any degridation of the received audio.
Not sure what FMing would do, but trying to jam someone on
ssb with a carrier is futile with the new rigs.
Maybe I should listen around on 40 meters weekend mornings
of ssb and see if anyone interesting to talk to is on.
I did rtty a long time ago with a model 15, and a vic20 and microlog air one
card, never did sstv, hate 2 meters and vhf stuff in general.
Never did digital or sattelite stuff, moon bounce, etc.
I am trying to get back up to speed on CW, and am building a homebrew tube
cw tranciever, that should be fun.
Anyone know where I could get 454 and 456 KHz xtals for my bfo???
----- Original Message -----
From: "VJB" <wa3vjb at yahoo.com>
To: <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2008 8:22 PM
Subject: [AMRadio] Re: AMers should not operate other modes??
> I enjoy being seen as someone who won't run SSB. Of
> course I'm not that serious about it, not as if it
> would violate religion or something, but there's a
> certain comfort I get from authentically representing
> AM as a preferred mode and activity in the radio
> In order to do that, I devote my available radio time
> to AM, and like it that way.
> On the other hand, I have taken part in emergency
> communications events (hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and
> some Atlantic storms) which are on SSB and involve my
> use of a "contemporary" FT101EE. It's just that none
> of my AM friends know about this.
> That's probably a good thing.
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