|[AMRadio] Survey Results are in!|
rwpeters at swbell.net
Tue Feb 5 16:00:55 EST 2008
Joe...Nice little survey...You may want to pass this info along to ER
and maybe get a bigger one going... These results are always good to
show that we do operate. There are a lot more the 22 AMers out there...
I am sure there will be 100+ on the Collins net tomorrow night...
Remember guys 1st Wednesday coming up tomorrow..
From: amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net
[mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net] On Behalf Of jcotton at excite.com
Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2008 2:59 PM
To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
Subject: [AMRadio] Survey Results are in!
Thank you for participating in my little ad-hoc survey of AMers. I will
copy the results below. For those responers who responded openly to the
list, I thank you and since everyone has already seen your comments,
there is no need for me to copy them. For those who responded to me
directly and not to the list, then i will honor your trust and not
publish your comments. You are free to list your comments yourselves,
We had 22 responders. The favorite band was 80 meters, the favorite
antenna was a dipole. I was surprized that the favorite feed line was
ladder, not coax. Most people use a transmatch, and the vast majority
use separate transmitters and receivers. Most activity takes place in
mornings or evenings, and on weekends. Most of us spend 4 to 10 hours
per week on the hobby, and another surprize was that two thirds of
respondents prefer technical work to operating.
Total Responders 22
Random wire 0
none or other 6
Time of operation
Amount of time
over 20 hrs/ 4
10-20 hrs/week 2
4-10 hrs/week 10
less than 4 hrs 3
Technical work 8
both/no pref 5
posted to list
That's it! Thanks again, and 73
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