|[AMRadio] Is the novelty of the "new" 40m bandwearing offalready?|
bcarpenter_tpc at bellsouth.net
Thu Apr 23 10:31:45 EDT 2009
Thanks for your comments regarding "all" hams. I didn't meant to get a small
fire going the other day when I made my comments regarding the "extra"
waiting at 7160 with nothing going on down there.
I've been on this list for some time, and with the recent changes in the
B'cast stations on 40 all you would see were comment about the "old a.m.
freq of 7160 and let's all hit it and get going with A.M. again.
Well looking at the March issue of QST page 59 shows that there are 207,000
general and advance licensees, and 115,500 Extra's. One would think that
we all would not want to leave out the 207,000 general/advances potential
a.m. op's in our conversation. I've made comments about this in the past and
received the comment about up grading.
Now I understand that in these "new day's" when it's NOT Fair to keep
someone from doing what they want and in time the FCC will issue tickets
like a fishing lic. It's still not there yet. I plan to up grade in time,
Sorry for my run on mouth here.
I'll be on 40 tonight running all the power I can ( 100-120watt a.m.)
calling c.q. 7190 to 7180. 7 p.m. est I'm in Jacksonville, Fl, but I do
throw a good signal up the east coast and out towards Alabama and
From: amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net
[mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net] On Behalf Of Al Perkins
Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2009 9:26 AM
To: Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Is the novelty of the "new" 40m bandwearing
Gentlemen: As in every aspect of life we go as far as we can and as far as
our understanding will take us. I for one have fought higher math and
"Theroy" all my life and it does not click. So, I will be the best General
operator I can be. I can probably shot better than most and survive in a
hostile environment better than most but I cannot understand and fathom
Yes I could memorize the test but, I still would not be any more qualified
than I am right now. We need to compromize and keep the hobby alive and work
"All" licensed hams.
Al Perkins 1SG RET.
> Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2009 11:04:23 -0400
> From: ka1kaq at gmail.com
> To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
> Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Is the novelty of the "new" 40m band wearing
> On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 10:06 AM, Bob Carpenter
> <bcarpenter_tpc at bellsouth.net> wrote:
> > The "extra's" can't understand why "everybody" is not down there ! Might
> > help if someone would pick a freq. that all HF ham's could use. There
> > is get off your butt and up grade.
> I don't think that's it at all, Bob - particularly since there's
> virtually zero activity up in the General portion as well. Nor is the
> answer to "pick a freq.'" as that simply boxes us in and sets up
> expectations for the anti-AM crowd to insist 'get back where you
> belong'. Upgrading is always a plus (I'm only a lowly Advanced, my
> license class doesn't even exist anymore in the testing structure!)
> since it allows you full access to all amateur privileges, but at the
> end of that day - getting on the air and off the internet is the only
> way to improve activity - regardless of mode. The only 'radio season'
> is the one we choose to impose personally. Static and interference -
> intentional or otherwise - have always been an issue we've had to
> contend with.
> Those who want to operate will be on the air, those who just want to
> talk about it online will continue to do so.
> ~ Todd, KA1KAQ/4
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