[AMRadio] AMers should not operate other modes??


Bob Peters rwpeters at swbell.net
Wed Jan 30 12:12:55 EST 2008


By the way Robert.. I noticed that you did not give your call sign and
would appreciate knowing who you are...If you prefer not tp give it on
the group send me a private e mail but we are all friends here I
assume..

Bob W1PE

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[mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net] On Behalf Of Bob Peters
Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2008 8:53 AM
To: 'Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service'
Subject: RE: [AMRadio] AMers should not operate other modes??

Hi Robert and all...I am one of the guys on 90 in the AM on AM and must
totally concur with your findings. I am not proud of what a certain few
are doing on 90 but as a whole there are a bunch of good guys on 90. By
a certain few there are around 3 out of the whole group that are this
way and I as one have tried my darndest to change that with no results. 
Now is it right to stay away because of 2 or 3 guys...Nooo the more that
we get on there and don't talk about these guys problems with others may
change there ideas. We can at least hope for that. We have between 30
and 40 guys every Saturday on the Texoma Traders net on 90. There is
only one day of the month that one of the violators is NCS. Please guys
come help us train these guys. No one is to old to learn  LOL


Very Best 73's
Bob W1PE
The Voice of Mesquite
www.w1pe.com

"Money is only temporary, but radios are forever" - Jim Little aka "the
old dog"/K5BAI


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[mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net] On Behalf Of Texas AM
Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2008 8:47 AM
To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
Subject: [AMRadio] AMers should not operate other modes??

With the recent poll on the list, I'd like to ask the group something,
and I hope I don't ruffle any feathers, as there may be some on this
list that are the very ones I am about to reference, but without calls
or names.  I do hope the moderators of this list do not object to this
post.

I don't post here often, but do a lot of listening on this list ...and
have been an AMer for many years.

To preface my question with a little background; I live in Texas and
love to operate AM, however I also love to operate some other modes,
in particular SSB and CW.  Of course I do not operate SSB on any usual
AM frequencies.

There is a group of AM operators that meet early in the mornings on
3890 in this area, and recently a few of them can be heard every
morning really criticizing those of us they know they hear operating
SSB elsewhere.  Calling us part time CB'ers, and other things.  By the
way; these are grown men guys.

I for one have decided not to join in with them for now , as I know a
lot of others have
which had been a part of that group for some time.

To me, this does not give a very good image to AM in general, nor
those SSB ops that may be listening that have considered trying AM.
Just simply poor conduct, and pretty disgusting if you listen to this
stuff.  That's my opinion, but I'd like to see what others have to say
about it this sort of ranting they do about us seemingly "traitors".

Now my question to the email list is this:

If you operate AM, is it a sin to operate any other modes as these
guys try to suggest or imply to themselves and listeners each and
every morning, over and over?

In closing; I know there have been at least two or three of our AM
group that have confronted them on the air, or on the phone about
this, but they seem to laugh it off and continue to act in this
childish way on the air, day in and day out.  If you live close enough
to the Texas area, please listen up on 3890 to this sometime about
7:00 AM CST.  It actually reminds me of the guys on 3892 and 3878 SSB
that have nothing else to talk about day to day.

If we operate AM, then based on what we are hearing here day to day, we
should just quit all other modes entirely and consider them evil.

Thanks for any input guys.

Robert
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