[AMRadio] Classic exchange

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Sun Feb 14 15:09:20 EST 2010


 heard some on 40 ssb and when I tried to call them they told me the frequency was in use.  haha  go figure.



-----Original Message-----
From: Todd Carpenter <n9ysq at yahoo.com>
To: AMRadio at mailman.qth.net
Sent: Sun, Feb 14, 2010 2:53 pm
Subject: [AMRadio] Classic exchange

Anyone having any luck? My operating conditions seem to be poor. Heard some 
worked none. Not even on vhf fm. Most stations heard were on 40. None on 20. 
Faint on 75. Had better luck running 5 watts on RTTY last night. Worked 4 
stations. WY7, in wyoming, a W5, a W6, and a W0. Heard lots of 6's, 7's, and 
stations all over US and Canada. Also heard Mexico, Venezuela, Cuba, Russia, and 
a few I didnt recognize. All on 20 meters, ~ have a homebrew ground plane. I 
didnt hear any SSB/FM cx yet. Will try again on 20 meters when i get back from 
Wally World in a little while. 
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