- 40 and 80 Meter CW nets
Re: 40 and 80 Meter CW nets
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In the FWIW column: I get the same SSB/noise QRM here in west TN on 7.122. I presumed it is coming from S.A. but who knows. Maybe someone with a directional antenna could help pinpoint it.
Changing frequency seems a viable idea.
73 de n4mj//glenn
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On Thursday, August 13, 2020, 12:34:49 PM CDT, John - KK4ITX via groups.io <jleahy00@...> wrote:
That might help Johnny but as you heard from my audio of last night I wouldn’t have a clue that you QSY’d...... I am currently in Maine but even when I’m in Florida lately it’s just a no-go. I thought that in October perhaps I’ll try a loop that may help ?
I had some qrm at the beginning, but they either moved or quit transmitting.
I could QSY after I pick off the first round of check ins.
On Thu, Aug 13, 2020 at 12:14 PM <w2sh@...
Although I QNI'd the 40m net (didn't bother to try the 80m net with just a dipole), I have never had such bad QRM from the Spanish-language SSB splatter that went down as far as 7,120.50 kHz.
In the future if the NCS is similarly QRM'd, I would hope he would consider a QSY to a nearby frequency sufficiently lower.
Charles (aka Chas), W2SH
Pretty good signal tonight, lots of qrn and some qsb, but it has been worse!!
Check in's were:
80 METER CHECK INS WERE:
N4ELM DAVE DOUBLE
N4KV JOHN DOUBLE
WA9PWP PAUL DOUBLE
Thanks all have a great week.
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