[AMRadio] Rtrouble Brewing in AM Window


kc9cdt at aol.com kc9cdt at aol.com
Wed Dec 11 12:42:22 EST 2013


Yep,
Just get there first and talk away...
73,
Lee


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From: Jeff May <w0xv at bellsouth.net>
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Cc: 'Mike - WZ5Q' <wz5q at wz5q.net>
Sent: Wed, Dec 11, 2013 11:07 am
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Rtrouble Brewing in AM Window


 
It is the 3892 SSB Group...some of us that get on 3885 in the early AM heard
them specifically plotting to tranmit in the AM window on SSB and using
other means to drive the Amr's away....used foul language and other
derogatory verbage. Be prepared for a long run of this....frankly I am not
against having some good strong AM qsos on 3892...Jeff...W0XV
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   1. Trouble brewing in the AM Window (or "Ghetto" if you	prefer)
      (Donald Chester)
   2. Re: Trouble brewing in the AM Window (or "Ghetto" if you
      prefer) (Bry Carling)
   3. Re: Trouble brewing in the AM Window (or "Ghetto" if you
      prefer) (W5AMI)
   4. Re: Trouble brewing in the AM Window (or "Ghetto" if you
      prefer) (Steve WA1QIX)
   5. Re: Trouble brewing in the AM Window (or "Ghetto" if
      youprefer) (Ronnie Hull)
   6. Re: Trouble brewing in the AM Window (or "Ghetto" if you
      prefer) (Charles Ring)
   7. Re: Trouble brewing in the AM Window (or "Ghetto" if you
      prefer) (kc9cdt at aol.com)


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Message: 1
Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2013 12:56:30 -0600
From: "Donald Chester" <k4kyv at charter.net>
To: <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Subject: [AMRadio] Trouble brewing in the AM Window (or "Ghetto" if
	you	prefer)
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Looks like the SSB group  that normally inhabits 3892 has recently been
moving down to 3890 later in the evening after about 0400Z, and then
complaining about AM and the "splatter" from the AM QSO on 3885 (well,
duh!). Both analogue and digital SSTV have appeared on '90 and on top of the
AM QSO on '85, as well as sound effects and music.  By that hour in the
evening, the band is usually completely unoccupied from 3890 all the way to
3900 and sometimes above, so the only reason for this move appears to be to
antagonise the AMers on 3885.

I  suggest not acknowledging or even mentioning the miscreants or
complaining over the air about their deliberate QRM, but simply staying put
on '85 (as long as we were there first), while making sure there is plenty
of fire in the wire. With my receiving equipment and array of receiving
antennas, I can usually tune them completely out and read the AM  station I
am talking to, 100%.


Don k4kyv


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Message: 2
Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2013 16:03:16 -0500
From: Bry Carling <bcarling at cfl.rr.com>
To: Donald Chester <k4kyv at charter.net>
Cc: "<amradio at mailman.qth.net>" <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Trouble brewing in the AM Window (or "Ghetto"
	if you	prefer)
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Very good advice, Don.

I gave been in 40m AM again lately. I also plan to be on 75m before too
long.


Bry Carling
http://af4k.com
Sent with my iPhone 6


> On Dec 10, 2013, at 1:56 PM, "Donald Chester" <k4kyv at charter.net> wrote:
> 
> Looks like the SSB group  that normally inhabits 3892 has recently 
> been moving down to 3890 later in the evening after about 0400Z, and 
> then complaining about AM and the "splatter" from the AM QSO on 3885 
> (well, duh!). Both analogue and digital SSTV have appeared on '90 and 
> on top of the AM QSO on '85, as well as sound effects and music.  By 
> that hour in the evening, the band is usually completely unoccupied 
> from 3890 all the way to 3900 and sometimes above, so the only reason 
> for this move appears to be to antagonise the AMers on 3885.
> 
> I  suggest not acknowledging or even mentioning the miscreants or 
> complaining over the air about their deliberate QRM, but simply 
> staying put on '85 (as long as we were there first), while making sure 
> there is plenty of fire in the wire. With my receiving equipment and 
> array of receiving antennas, I can usually tune them completely out 
> and read the AM  station I am talking to, 100%.
> 
> 
> Don k4kyv
> 
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Message: 3
Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2013 16:50:04 -0600
From: W5AMI <ars.w5ami at gmail.com>
To: Donald Chester <k4kyv at charter.net>
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Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Trouble brewing in the AM Window (or "Ghetto"
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In the past, I even resorted to calling the person I was talking with on the
phone and continue to transmit on the air to make the miscreants go nuts
trying to figure out HOW we could still communicate and understand each
other.  I agree 100%, do not acknowledge them at all.  Act as if they are
not there, or you are not hearing them.  It will eventually frustrate them
to the point they will give it up.

73
Brian / w5ami



On Tue, Dec 10, 2013 at 12:56 PM, Donald Chester <k4kyv at charter.net> wrote:

> Looks like the SSB group  that normally inhabits 3892 has recently 
> been moving down to 3890 later in the evening after about 0400Z, and 
> then complaining about AM and the "splatter" from the AM QSO on 3885 
> (well, duh!). Both analogue and digital SSTV have appeared on '90 and 
> on top of the AM QSO on '85, as well as sound effects and music.  By 
> that hour in the evening, the band is usually completely unoccupied 
> from 3890 all the way to 3900 and sometimes above, so the only reason 
> for this move appears to be to antagonise the AMers on 3885.
>
> I  suggest not acknowledging or even mentioning the miscreants or 
> complaining over the air about their deliberate QRM, but simply 
> staying put on '85 (as long as we were there first), while making sure 
> there is plenty of fire in the wire. With my receiving equipment and 
> array of receiving antennas, I can usually tune them completely out 
> and read the AM  station I am talking to, 100%.
>
>
> Don k4kyv
>
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Message: 4
Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2013 18:47:45 -0500
From: Steve WA1QIX <wa1qix at piesky.com>
To: <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Trouble brewing in the AM Window (or "Ghetto"
	if you prefer)
Message-ID: <201312102346.rBANkU0h030274 at mns1.townsend.ma.us>
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Hmm.. I have noticed some increased interference, but haven't been on 
enough to notice the pattern.  I'll be more mindful of it going forward.

Regards,

Steve WA1QIX

At 01:56 PM 12/10/2013, Donald Chester wrote:
>Looks like the SSB group  that normally inhabits 3892 has recently been
>moving down to 3890 later in the evening after about 0400Z, and then
>complaining about AM and the "splatter" from the AM QSO on 3885 (well,
>duh!). Both analogue and digital SSTV have appeared on '90 and on top of
the
>AM QSO on '85, as well as sound effects and music.  By that hour in the
>evening, the band is usually completely unoccupied from 3890 all the way to
>3900 and sometimes above, so the only reason for this move appears to be to
>antagonise the AMers on 3885.
>
>I  suggest not acknowledging or even mentioning the miscreants or
>complaining over the air about their deliberate QRM, but simply staying put
>on '85 (as long as we were there first), while making sure there is plenty
>of fire in the wire. With my receiving equipment and array of receiving
>antennas, I can usually tune them completely out and read the AM  station I
>am talking to, 100%.
>
>
>Don k4kyv
>
>
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Message: 5
Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2013 19:07:42 -0600
From: "Ronnie Hull" <w5sum at comcast.net>
To: "Bry Carling" <bcarling at cfl.rr.com>, "Donald Chester"
	<k4kyv at charter.net>
Cc: amradio at mailman.qth.net
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Trouble brewing in the AM Window (or "Ghetto"
	if	youprefer)
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Fellows, this is not the first time this has happend, and it won't be the 
last. There is no use in getting anxed out over it. The deal is, after they 
get tired of their game and move on, we will still be there, just as we 
always are.

73's and God bless

Ronnie 



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Message: 6
Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2013 21:34:59 -0500
From: Charles Ring <w3nu at roadrunner.com>
To: W5AMI <ars.w5ami at gmail.com>, Donald Chester <k4kyv at charter.net>
Cc: Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service
	<amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Trouble brewing in the AM Window (or "Ghetto"
	if you prefer)
Message-ID: <52A7CF53.9020000 at roadrunner.com>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed


On 12/10/2013 1750, W5AMI wrote:
> In the past, I even resorted to calling the person I was talking with on
> the phone and continue to transmit on the air to make the miscreants go
> nuts trying to figure out HOW we could still communicate and understand
> each other.  I agree 100%, do not acknowledge them at all.  Act as if they
> are not there, or you are not hearing them.  It will eventually frustrate
> them to the point they will give it up.
>
> 73
> Brian / w5ami
>
>

Who remembers the NAASSB of the sixties?  They were dedicated to running 
AM off of 75. I was recently in touch with one of them, on better terms 
now than then.


-- 
*Charles Ring W3NU*


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Message: 7
Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2013 10:06:12 -0500 (EST)
From: kc9cdt at aol.com
To: k4kyv at charter.net, amradio at mailman.qth.net
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Trouble brewing in the AM Window (or "Ghetto"
	if you	prefer)
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It seems trouble on 7290 as well???
73,
Lee


Lee Simmonds
Summit DCS LLC
 
260-799-4077 Office
260-403-6936 Cell



-----Original Message-----
From: Donald Chester <k4kyv at charter.net>
To: amradio <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Wed, Dec 11, 2013 9:54 am
Subject: [AMRadio] Trouble brewing in the AM Window (or "Ghetto" if you
prefer)


Looks like the SSB group  that normally inhabits 3892 has recently been
moving down to 3890 later in the evening after about 0400Z, and then
complaining about AM and the "splatter" from the AM QSO on 3885 (well,
duh!). Both analogue and digital SSTV have appeared on '90 and on top of the
AM QSO on '85, as well as sound effects and music.  By that hour in the
evening, the band is usually completely unoccupied from 3890 all the way to
3900 and sometimes above, so the only reason for this move appears to be to
antagonise the AMers on 3885.

I  suggest not acknowledging or even mentioning the miscreants or
complaining over the air about their deliberate QRM, but simply staying put
on '85 (as long as we were there first), while making sure there is plenty
of fire in the wire. With my receiving equipment and array of receiving
antennas, I can usually tune them completely out and read the AM  station I
am talking to, 100%.


Don k4kyv


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