bcarling at cfl.rr.com
Mon Oct 26 07:21:04 EDT 2009
That's great Jim - I will help the cause by giving out a free 3875 kHz
FT243 crystal to the first two AM ops who request one in response to
this e-mail. No charge for S&H either. Long Live AM !
From: "Jim Wilhite" <w5jo at brightok.net>
> The past few evenings, I have heard our Mountain Time Zone colleagues on
> their normal frequency of 3.875. The group includes several Colorado,
> Nebraska and Wyoming stations.
> Last night I couldn't help but get in briefly to say hello to them
> before the band went out. While I was listening, that group of 5
> landers who populate 3.875 with SSB over the top signals didn't know
> what to do. I heard a San Antonio station actually zero beat and call
> CQ two or three times. The funny part was no one answered him.
> Over the past 4 or 5 years 3.875 has been just full of the wide SSB
> group who spent time talking about their signals and how their audio
> sounded. Now maybe they will get a lesson on good audio from our
> friends on the lee side of the mountains courtesy of AM. What fun it is
> to listen while the Sub group thrashes around not knowing what to do
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