[AMRadio] re: 40 meter AM freq

Bob Macklin macklinbob at msn.com
Mon Nov 24 23:09:44 EST 2008

I don't have a problem with operating in the Extra segment. It just excludes some people.

If you try operating on 7190 on a regular basis maybe the SSB jerks will get tired and give up.

If possible get a call and bitch to someone about them. But they probably won't ID.

And the FCC won't do anything about it.

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: John Tate 
  To: amradio at mailman.qth.net 
  Sent: Monday, November 24, 2008 8:00 PM
  Subject: [AMRadio] re: 40 meter AM freq

  Oh no we held our ground.  Hey I use SSB as well but I would never intentionally start a qso so close to another qso to cause interference.  It's not legal to do so and it certainly isn't the Amateur Radio spirit!  It would be nice to establish a bit of an AM presence in the extra portion as well I thought.

  de KX5JT

  >>>Don't let the sideband drive you away. Just stay on the frequency if 
  you are there first. I hear this game is played on the other bands 

  And your carrier is more of a nuisance to them than their Donald Duck 
  is to you.


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