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RE: [30meterPSKGroup] Re : AM broadcasts on 10.140

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  • Mike
    More likely there was propagation at lunchtime and none in the eveningJ Very quiet here in Norcal, not a Dickie to be heardJ Mike, K6BR From:
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 27, 2008
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      More likely there was propagation at lunchtime and none in the eveningJ

       

      Very quiet here in Norcal, not a Dickie to be heardJ

       

      Mike, K6BR

       

      From: 30meterPSKGroup@yahoogroups.com [mailto:30meterPSKGroup@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Mel
      Sent: Friday, June 27, 2008 2:15 PM
      To: 30meterPSKGroup@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [30meterPSKGroup] Re : AM broadcasts on 10.140

       

      Hello everyone,

      Regarding the comments about the interference that we seem to have
      quite regularly on the PSK frequencies. I also had dark thoughts as to
      why they were always occuring on 10.140 and 14.070 when there was no
      evidence of similar interference on other frequencies on these bands. I
      checked. When I heard the music playing I thought it was a local
      European working off his inner tensions by playing records, a la CB.

      Also the comment about radio signals using high tension power lines as
      a wave guide to distant parts. I remember years ago a CB user telling
      his pal how the big galvanized steel workshop where he operated from
      during his lunch break used to bring big signals in from the States
      using only four watts. When he went home and plugged the rig into his
      twig on the roof, he couldn't hear a dickie bird ! (English slang for
      anything )

      Kind regards to all, Mel G0GQK

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