Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by W0PV, Dec 12, 2017.
Whats an AM BA? I want monologues!!
Amplitude Modulation Boat Anchor.
I prefer to watch and photograph meteor showers, rather than listen to static on a radio. I can hear static any day or night I want to!
I´m All Mornings Working WSJT MSK144 6 & 2 Meters MS if any Wants To Try and work XE Land and New Grid and Country, This Morning i Work 144 Mhz KU8Y ( 1237.4 Miles ,1991.4 Km ) My Stup 2 x 9 LFA and 160 Watts, @ 100 Ft 1/2 Hard Line For 144 Mhz,
1 x 7 LFA 500 Watts @ 90 Ft and 1/2 Hard Line, Hope can give u New Grid and Country, Look For Me for Sked at
73's de XE2OR Rafa
Is there a frequency used for 10m?
wonder if the meteors go through clouds???? haven't seen any in many years.
Cloudy in the East, nothing to see but lots to hear and how cool it is to listen to an audible representation of the meteors flying overhead and bouncing signals off of the trails. Nothing static (y) about it. If you like meteors check out the PA meteor from Dec. 2nd I caught on security cam from my QTH. https://www.qrz.com/db/K2SDS
I only have a 3 ele and 100 watts on 6M.
Broke my 1,000 mile barrier last night into Colorado, 1,200 miles.
MS was crazy last night; I've not seen that much action all year.
Meteor scatter activity seems not as organized on 10m (yet) as on 6 & 2. I would monitor 28.400 MHz and when motivated call random CQ's in typical MS scatter op fashion with top of minute 15s on/off sequences. Self-spot yourself on the DX Cluster as looking for MS QSO's on that frequency.
Perhaps others have better suggestions?
We had ONE meteor here. At least that I saw.