|[AMRadio] Trouble brewing in the AM Window (or "Ghetto" if youprefer)|
deswynar at xplornet.ca
Sun Dec 15 12:09:44 EST 2013
Let's face it: this sorta stuff has been going on for literally DECADES on the Ham bands...
Some SSB'ers are no angels, true, but I've borne witness to some absolutely witless & stupid on-the-air taunting on the part of some AM'ers that practically BEGGED for a negative response from those who may be inclined to do so...
As Judge Judy is wont to say, "DON'T COME INTO A COURT ROOM UNLESS YOUR HANDS ARE CLEAN...!"
~73~ de Eddy VE3CUI - VE3XZ
On 2013-12-15, at 11:30 AM, Eric Nelson wrote:
> Although I didn't witness this particular incident, I have witnessed
> similar incidents previously more times than I really care to acknowledge.
> It's true that the mode of operation doesn't seem to change acts of
> Sent from my desktop PC
> On Sun, Dec 15, 2013 at 11:03 AM, Mike Sawyer <w3slk at verizon.net> wrote:
>> Now, if you want to know one of the 'real' reasons there is QRMing on AM
>> QSO's, it is because we are our own worst enemy! Case in point: Whilst in a
>> SSB QSO with Joe, N3IBX, this morning an AM group came up and parked right
>> next to us. We had a QSO going on for about 5 minutes before any crap came
>> down. We were at 3836, the came in at 3835. Needless to say we were both
>> severely pissed! 2kc's I might be able to understand but not 1! I am one of
>> the first people to jump up slam someone if they are intentionally QRMing
>> AMer, but damn it, I deserve a little courtesy also! We really need to be
>> cognizant of our surroundings or there will be more people "hell bent for
>> leather," willing to pile on that new proposal the ARRgghhL just submitted
>> to the FCC.
>> End of Rant!
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