10m still lively

Still seeing plenty of transatlantic stations on 10m WSPR. I wonder how long it will last?

WSPR spots on 10m band at G4ILO

Julian Moss, G4ILO, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Cumbria, England. Contact him at [email protected].

2 Responses to “10m still lively”

  • Marco IZ2LSO:

    Hi Julian thanks for infos.

    Hope you’re getting better – my best wishes.

    72, Marco IZ2LSO

  • john mann KK4ITN:

    I was on 10 meters surfing around the cw portion.10 is like 6 in a lot of ways,its there one minute and gone the next.Like fishing.First I would like to tell you the good part,then the bad.
    A cw station from Arizona 579 good fist with 5 watts [qrp],great copy.
    Here comes the bad.While listening here comes the ‘ghost rider’ on 28.050 with an electronic siren,complete with a wabbler.Then he starts yelling – breaker-breaker this is the ghost rider does anybody copy.A cb’er on 10 meters? Yes sir they are there.The cb ers runed 11 meters now they are moving to our 10 meter band.
    Where is the FCC Enforcement,do they still monitor,or enforce? Remember those white vans with the circle antennas? Where are they?
    Combination 11 and 10 meter rigs on sale at e-bay,Joes truck stop repair and linear repair shop.Lots of rigs from overseas for sale,monobanders and duo banders some 12 and 11 meters.If I could pass the test why don’t they!
    Wonder if FCC cops drink black coffee and jelly donuts?
    From 28.020 to 28.060 they are

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