|[AMRadio] The Future Of AM Broadcast Radio + 1|
rsq14adam1 at hotmail.com
Thu Feb 25 20:11:13 EST 2016
The "good old days" of the Cold War. In high school, late 50's early 60's, used to listen to Radio Moscow and VOA on the S-85. Could hear them almost on a clip lead. Of course, if you took the "news" from both, added it up and divided by 2, you got a reasonable idea of what was really going on in the world. Now days, we have all the multiple methods of getting news and it seems at times that I need to do the same thing.
From: AMRadio <amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net> on behalf of Donald Chester <k4kyv at charter.net>
Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2016 11:18 AM
To: 'GRANT YOUNGMAN'; 'AM Radio List'
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] The Future Of AM Broadcast Radio + 1
> Sometimes it does seem that this is the only guy broadcasting on SW. I was
> tuning around 6 Mcs last night, and for a minute thought there was
> something horribly wrong with my receiver’s front end — he was
> EVERYWHERE :-)
> Grant NQ5T
I guess he's the new Radio Moscow. Remember back in the Cold-War days how they transmitted a separate 60 dB over 9 signal every 15 kc/s all way across the entire 40m band? :-)
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