|[AMRadio] band plan|
DonC at martineer.net
Wed Oct 30 23:42:42 EDT 2013
I'll be there, Jim, wherever "there" is decided to be, but you and I can
work with "cloud burner" antennas. I have to get my dipole back up, but
if some other stations in other states post with frequencies planned, I
would work on the inverted L more seriously before the cold drives us
all inside. I haven't worried with the dipole this summer (spring wind
brought it down) since it was so noisy, but surely it will get quieter
this winter. Whatsay all??? Any interest and if so, where are your
antennas cut and I'll cut mine for the area and start on the inverted
L's radials!! The old Viking II is itching.
On 10/30/2013 10:07 PM, Jim Wilhite wrote:
> Down in our part of the world very few people operate AM on 160. I
> have tried in the past to get some activity stirred up to no avail. I
> can hear some stations East of Old Muddy on 1.885 but, for the most
> part, they are weak here. The stations on 1.985 are stronger but
> again some of them are weak.
> I don't wish to get into a conversation unless I can hear all stations
> so that means I stay silent most of the time unless I have a
> schedule. There is a bunch in the mornings that operate near 1.917
> that are located in the Colorado, Nebraska area three times per week
> but that is all.
> In the past few years a lot of SSB stations have begun to populate the
> band and on quite nights they are almost every 3 KC. You guys get up
> good antennas for this winter. It is a great band when things are
> quite or when the propagation is good. We shall see what this year
> ----- Original Message -----
>> I heard Joe calling CQ one night last winter on 160 and for some
>> reason, could not come back to him and very much regret it as I have
>> never worked him. I'd like to talk to him about his Temco rig with
>> the 4-65 final.
>> I am experimenting with small low noise (I hope) rx antennas for 160.
>> Sadly we lost Bill KD0HG who was one of a few with a big signal on
>> 160. Being almost part of the AM broadcast band, I have always
>> considered 160 to be THE band for AM and heavy metal rigs.
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