[AMRadio] 40M Phone?


Bob Macklin macklinbob at msn.com
Sat Aug 7 22:10:56 EDT 2010


I'm 76 and living an a senior retirment complex. I have a limited 40M dipole 
about 6" below the ceiling.

But between 2003 and probably 2007 I was doing very good with this antenna. 
At least I am on the 4th floor.

Bob Macklin
K5MYJ
Seattle, Wa.
"Real Radios Glow In The Dark"
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Subject: Re: [AMRadio] 40M Phone?


> Sorry, I was checking my connection.... I gotta ask, what kind of antennas
> are you guys using? I find 40m loaded with signals, and make contacts
> practically any time of day or night on 40m, on most any mode. The CW
> segment is packed with activity all over the US, I usually get an answer 
> on
> 40m AM when I call CQ a couple of times, and can always get replies on 40m
> SSB. Even make a lot of contacts on 40m SSTV! I seldom use the amp, so I'm
> usually running about 100w.
>
> Dave Wb4IUY
> www.WB4IUY.net
>
>
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