|[AMRadio] AM Operations|
bcarling at cfl.rr.com
Fri Nov 8 18:58:24 EST 2013
Sounds very simple but many stations use crystal control and have only one or two crystals for 40m AM. A lot more guys than you may think. Nobody owns any frequency but it seems unwise to start a net on a QRG everyone knows to be a regular AM spot for decades before they started it.
> On Nov 8, 2013, at 12:32 PM, rbethman <rbethman at comcast.net> wrote:
> That is a no brainer. Cal and meet up on 7295 - THEN move to a place that isn't in use.
> It is one of those "courtesy" things. That brings in a whole other topic.
> I've never been afraid of calling CQ, AFTER listening FIRST.
> Then again it's a Common Sense thing again. Somewhere it has gotten lost.
> Anyone have a big enough stick to bang on the forehead of the masses? It would most likely break the stick than have any effect.
> Operating practices used to be what was taught as part of getting one's license. Any manual always had a chapter named as such. It's like those that insist that "they" are the "reference", never mind what the radio's manual reads! I've gotten that one over the HRO-50-T1. Never mind the manual states clearly that there are three different ways to connect the antenna AND type. Just do it MY way since I've been doing this for so long and I used to be a (whatever) [Dragging old ancient history into the rant that doesn't support failure to RTFM!]
> I am of the belief that no one reads their manuals, and just takes off in whatever direction they feel.
> I'd better stop before I get into soap box mode and continue on forever.
> I finish this with READ, LEARN, and *then* operate. Understanding Common practice, and how the equipment operates needs to be brought back to this hobby!
> Bob - N0DGN
>> On 11/8/2013 11:50 AM, Bry Carling wrote:
>> It doesn't make any sense to me why anybody would start a net on 7296. I guess they did not check operating practices before choosing that frequency.
>> Bry Carling
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