[AMRadio] AM 75- 80 meters

Rob Atkinson ranchorobbo at gmail.com
Sun Sep 27 22:31:01 EDT 2009


Sorry u having trouble finding hams to work.  One other thing to keep
in mind (not only you Bill but others) is on any given evening, some %
of ops this time of year are QRT because of wx.  For example I'm shut
down right now because thunderstorms moving through tonight.   & you
don't have to be right under them--QRN from them will make operating
miserable for any ham within a few hundred miles of one depending on
time of day.  Anyway welcome to AM Bill you will find as I have that
it is a lot of fun and all the ops are great people.


Rob K5UJ

On Sun, Sep 27, 2009 at 8:04 PM, Bill McCourt - WF1L
<wemccourt at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi Group,
> Name here is Bill and I am essentially a newbie to AM Operating.  I've just completed assembly of my vintage AM station and have spen time fruitlessly calling CQ on 7.290 and 7.160 when I can get in between the SSB lids.  Was able to finally complete a QSO with Warren, W1GUD down in Tampa tonight on 7.155 as he was wrapping up a round table with a couple other guys that the QRN and QRM was keeping me from copying.
> I'll be out there only on 40 until I can get my long wire antenna back up then 80/160 will be open to me as well.
> Watch for me.  I'm running a Johnson Viking 1 and an HQ 170-A from up here near DC.
> 73
> Bill-WF1L
> Reston, VA

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