|[AMRadio] AM 75- 80 meters|
ranchorobbo at gmail.com
Sun Sep 27 14:01:27 EDT 2009
Glad ur plasma qrm stays put. the stuff like that I get seems to
slowly make its way up and down the band. I am having fairly good
luck with one of those MFJ phase canceling boxes; it either eliminates
or attenuates a lot of junk. DX Engineering makes a higher quality
product that does the same thing but I think through 360 degrees (the
MFJ covers a bit less range). Mine has made some qsos go from
tolerable to pleasant. Noise level usually drops a few S units when
its in and one of the best things is that because it is an analog
device there isn't any dsp type distortion.
Not an ad for MFJ but a plug for the method. Timewave may make one
too. Only reason I use the MFJ is that a guy had one new in box for
sale at Dayton 2 years ago for $70.
On Sun, Sep 27, 2009 at 12:47 PM, Brett Gazdzinski
<Brett.Gazdzinski at verizon.net> wrote:
> I don't operate at night, but appreciate not having to tune all around the
> band looking for a good AM qso.
> 3880 is tough for me, some plasma TV interference on 3880 at nasty high
> levels, 3870 is clear.
> I suppose I could learn the garbage for an extra ticket, but don't know
> where/who gives the test.
> Besides, I balk at having to take the test, when my station is all home
> brew, the the person giving the test likely could not figure out how to
> operate it, let alone build it.
> I have a commercial FCC license, does that not count for anything? (no).
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