|[AMRadio] 10 meters|
deswynar at xplornet.ca
Fri May 30 14:14:10 EDT 2014
Don is right...
Just get on top of their frequency---maybe off-set it a tad to create a nice heterodyne!---and start calling CQ repeatedly on CW...
~73~ de Eddy VE3CUI - VE3XZ
On 2014-05-29, at 1:34 PM, Donald Chester wrote:
>>>> The low end of 10 meters is full of the CB types. Where is the FCC?
> The same place they are when the 3892 (now 3890) knuckle-draggers dump
> unidentified digital trash onto 3885 in a feeble attempt to run off the
> The best way to cope with 10m interlopers is to fire up a legal ham rig and
> blast them off the air with a CQ or call to another station. It's especially
> fun when another ham responds and you can carry on a QSO over them. Last
> sunspot cycle I used only an Eico 720 and a simple ground plane antenna. I
> even received threats of bodily harm, to which I responded 'bring it on'.
> With CW, they would sometimes go into a rage over the 'beepers' coming on
> 'their' frequency.
> Just make sure it is indeed a bootleg CB operator and not a legitimate ham,
> particularly when the conversation is in Spanish.
> I seldom operate the radio during the daylight hours, and 90% of the few
> times I have listened on the band it has been dead, so I have yet to
> resurrect the 10m rig this time round.
> Don k4kyv
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