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I know people who have Double DXCC for 27MHz and one person who was working on a 27MHz AM DXCC.Back in the 90's he had about 50 QSL cards for 5W AM CB.I remember during one Christmas holidays sitting in our 4x4 on Rainbow Beach talking to NZ on AM.We had the full base station setup at home, Half wave ringo vertical, with 3 element beam on a rotator.Yes I would try now & again but it certainly would be nice to have some Aussie contacts.I also made a number of long distant contacts on AM in the 80's.I owned both UHF & 27 meg radios up until about 6 or 7 years ago and wondered if there is still good contacts to be made on SSB?
If 10m FM repeaters were working, AM CB is easy :) Most of the 27MHz idiots are gone. Ch35 LSB is still a magnet for them, the other channels are free for normal comms.I agree, however if the there is to much uncertainty then it doesn't become a hobby, it becomes a waste of time & money.I don't want to spend hours trying to make contact with stations in the US.I have googled and really cannot find any clubs still operating. I still feel that there is a place for the old CB radio and hence my question if anyone still uses it.I still have a uniden pc122 but haven't used it for years and years and years. I suspect that there would probably still be the old hardcore CBers left and people like me who were once into it looking at a revive. I wonder if they have changed frequencies or are still operating on 27mhz.? I couldnt imagine the good old boys getting forced off anything.