[AMRadio] Why Only 75M


sbjohnston at aol.com sbjohnston at aol.com
Sun Nov 23 22:15:06 EST 2008


>Why does AM operation seem to be limited to 75M only.

Lots and lots of AM on 160m every night and weekends during the day as 
well.   Activity centers on 1885 and 1985 kHz, but there is action on 
other frequencies as well.

I was working from Wisconsin down to Alabama the other night with >20dB 
over S9 signals both ways.


Steve WD8DAS

sbjohnston at aol.com
http://www.wd8das.net/
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-----Original Message-----
From: Bob Macklin <macklinbob at msn.com>
To: AM Radio <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Sat, 22 Nov 2008 11:51 am
Subject: [AMRadio] Why Only 75M
















Why does AM operation seem to be limited to 75M
only.





When I moved to this location 5 years ago I was able to
hear the So. Cal. AM group on 14286 in the late afternoon. But about 
one year
later all I ever heard there is SSB.





What's wrong with 40M AM. Am I just listening at the wrong
time?





Bob Macklin
K5MYJ
Kent (Seattle), Wa,
"Real
Radios Glow in the Dark"








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