|[AMRadio] The Ultimate NonHam Ham experience|
ranchorobbo at gmail.com
Wed Feb 25 19:17:30 EST 2015
There are these things called "CW Scrapers" that receive and digitize
an entire ham band, filter the data looking for CQ de <call sign> and
present that on a website or something so you can see who is calling
CQ and where.
You don't even have to tune around and rely on antennas and rx skills
to find DX.
Why not just get rid of all the radio stuff and put it all on the internet?
Who cares about the sounds of relays, FILAMENT GLOW, LAMPS, METERS,
glowing ANODES and electronics and propagation KNOWLEDGE. Who cares
about LICENSES? That's all for SUCKERS.
On Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 9:36 AM, Jim Wilhite <w5jo at brightok.net> wrote:
> This is the aspect that concerns most of those who earned their DXCC as you
> describe. In fact some of the real old guys don't like the DX cluster since
> it makes finding a station easier.
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