|[AMRadio] 6 Meter AM|
edwmullin at aol.com
Tue Oct 31 15:30:15 EDT 2017
I run a Hallicrafters SR-46. Rock bound on 50.2. Never hear much, though I leave the rig on a lot.
VR, Ed Mullin
> On Oct 30, 2017, at 2:29 PM, CL in NC via AMRadio <amradio at mailman.qth.net> wrote:
> We have a weekly very informal net here in the upstate of SC and the bottom of NC near the line. 50.4 on Tuesdays at 8PM. Check ins have run from just 2 or 3 to up to 10 on it's best days. When the band is open, there are many AM signals present, so much we had to QSY off 50.4, and we have worked into Nova Scotia as best DX so far. Ameco, Heathkit, Lafayette, Gonset, Polytronics, just about all the gear that had 6 meters included are present including a couple rice boxes in the group. Receiving systems are mostly converters, Ameco and Heath, and some receivers like Hammarlunds with 6 meters in them. I recently got a LW51 on the air paired up with a RME VHF 2-11 receiver. Was hoping to get them onto 2 meter AM as most of that gear was dual banded for 6 and 2, but nobody has been inspired yet.
> Charlie, W4MEC in NC
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