by Kevin Strom, WB4AIO
RADIO CONDITIONS were unsettled this week, but N2IRJ’s superb low-noise receiving setup allowed excellent copy of almost all stations on the latest session of the Liberty Net, and there were a large number of new stations checking in as the word spreads about the most exciting net on amateur radio. Since the BBC’s DRM transmission has been wiping out the area around 3950 kHz (why can’t the broadcasters move to 90 meters and leave 75 meters alone?), the net has been favoring 3966 kHz.
[wpaudio url=”https://3950.net/recordings/LIBERTY%20NET%20%20%202010%20November%2020th,%20Saturday%20%20%204h%2018m%2054s%20%20%20Source%20%20N2IRJ.mp3″ text=”Listen: 11/20 Liberty Net”]
Here’s a small sample of the issues discussed this time on amateur radio’s longest-running discussion net:
• We hear an amazing firsthand account of W8LDW’s recent experiences with “airport security” and the TSA, who are criminally violating our constitutional rights with their so-called “enhanced security” procedures. These blue-shirted, gold-badged bureaucrats treat Americans as “animals to be contained and caged and poked and prodded and irradiated.” (25 minutes)