|[AMRadio] Re: OT SSB on 510 KHz]|
we0h at yahoo.com
Tue Jan 29 23:25:02 EST 2008
The band that WD2XSH has is 505-510kc. Everything between those freq's.
Th eWE2XGR license has 505-515kc. No channelizing. More modes than a guy
cares to use. Power is set by effective radiated power (ERP). XSH is 20w
ERP & XGR is 200w ERP. The guys run QRP to several kilowatt. Many are
200w to 1kw. Antennas range from a 30' vertical to 100+ foot verticals.
There is one military station that shows up on schedule I believe it is
the 3rd Thursday of the month and sticks around for a few days then is
gone until next month. It's a CW station around Norfolk. That's kind of
a quick run down on what's happening down there. More info at www.500kc.com
Mike Duke, K5XU wrote:
> The /2 station really did sound good... far better than some of the
> so-called enhanced ssb stations I've heard.
> I've not paid much attention to that experiment, so I don't know how much
> power or antenna the participants are allowed.
> I figure if we ever do see an allocation near 500 khz, it will be restricted
> like the current one at 60 meters. The 60 meter channels, excluding perhaps
> channel 3 where the government station is transmitting most of the time,
> produce some very good signals, but are much under-utilized now that the new
> has worn away.
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