[AMRadio] Time for some AM activity "down below".


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Mon Sep 8 10:31:52 EDT 2008


Hi,
 Plenty of AM activity in Europe on 3705 and 3615, esp from UK, Holland, 
France, Portugal and Malta. Listen out around 0400 onwards esp on 3705. some 
big txs like BC-610 etc.
73 de Max M0GHQ


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ellen Rugowski" <ellenjoanne2003 at sbcglobal.net>
To: "Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service" 
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Sent: Monday, September 08, 2008 3:12 PM
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Time for some AM activity "down below".


Hmmmm,

Sounds good to me Don. I'll try to hang out below 3700 starting this week. 
Besides, it'll give me a chance to give the Drake R-4A a workout, now that I 
have it running.

73,
Ellen - AF9J
> > As the summer QRN is now beginning to subside, the 3870-90 Ghetto is
> > getting crowded in the evening.  The last few days I have managed to
stir
> > up AM activity on 3675, 3685, 3695, 3705 and 3720.  Mostly SSB ops
who
> > tried out the AM function on their transceivers for the first time.
This
> > evening I worked Gary, W7FG.  He said he got rid of his old
450TL's
> > modulated by 833A's rig years ago, but he was on a Flex Radio and
sounded
> > very good.
> >
> > Plenty of wide-open space "down below", but we need some
more AM
activity,
> > before dead-air slopbucket groups start squatting on all the usable
> > frequencies.  I suggest moving around and everybody not settling in
on
> > just one or two frequencies.  I heard some Europeans on 3705 Friday
or
> > Saturday night, but they were on SSB.
> >
> > Don k4kyv
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