|[AMRadio] I just got an OO card.|
DonC at martineer.net
Fri Oct 18 15:19:19 EDT 2013
Like you, Mike, I had a stupid one that couldn't be fixed. I got one
for a "wide RTTY signal", running true FSK. I did get a good friend (in
same state as the OO) check my shift from his end, after I had checked
it. He verified to be 170, although there's no problem with 850 if you
I did email him to tell him what I had learned, but while getting his
address, I looked on the OO's QRZ page and saw the VERY cheap Yaesu
transceiver he uses and just decided as you did, you can't fix stupid.
Never heard any more though.
On 10/18/2013 1:58 PM, Mike Sawyer wrote:
> Good for you Don!
> I got one once for operating on 40M at 7.290. He cited me for
> transmitting with a carrier! I actually called him up to clarify the issue.
> He told me I was not allowed to have a carrier on my signal. After
> explaining that I was running AM, he still insisted that a carrier was
> forbidden. I hung up and realized, "You just can't fix stupid!"
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Donald Chester" <k4kyv at charter.net>
> To: <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
> Sent: Friday, October 18, 2013 2:05 PM
> Subject: [AMRadio] I just got an OO card.
> This morning when I picked up the mail, I noticed an Official Observer
> notice. My first thought was "Oh crap, what now?" I figured it was for
> running over the 10-minute ID limit, or allegedly transmitting a "wide"
> But turned out it was a "Good Operator Report". I was talking with
> Kevin, WB0JZG on 3885 a couple of late-nights ago. The report said I was
> 59+60. "This OO has noted your EXCELLENT radio signal quality/operating
> procedure as a fine example for all radio amateurs... A pleasure to hear
> your outstanding, high fidelity audio!... This Observer thanks you for
> your excellent example of good amateur practice for others in the
> amateur radio service. Keep up the good work."
> Don k4kyv
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