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Re: LF: Anti Social ssb

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Subject: Re: LF: Anti Social ssb
From: Roger Lapthorn <[email protected]>
Date: Sat, 2 Jan 2010 22:20:18 +0000
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Mal,

Some suggestions:
  1. More people should use WSPR - lots of stations (more than 100 at a time based on 10MHz usage) are able to operate together within just a 200Hz slice of the band allowing very useful data on propagation and station performance/changes to be determined.  This would leave plenty of room elsewhere in the band for CW and other narrowband conversational modes.
  2. Occasional testing with SSB, for those allowed to use it (not UK), is of interest to me as a listener, but I agree that it's not a good idea to use this mode when the band is open for really long-distance DX if interference to weak signals is likely.
  3. You should try a New Year resolution: "I will be more tolerant and moan less".
73s and a happy New Year to all on this reflector

Roger G3XBM




2010/1/2 mal hamilton <[email protected]>
I am afraid we have a SSB beacon on 508 kcs spreading over 3 kcs wide and S9 plus with me. Beacon SM6BHZ is causing QRM to those of us trying to listen and work the East Coast USA stations. I cannot understand why a station is licensed to work SSB in such a narrow band allocation.
The 500 kcs band is a Shambles swamped by beacons.
Does anyone else have an opinion?
G3KEV
 



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