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Everybody gets clobbered at night, so as long as your station is Part 15 compliant the only problem will be that no one can hear you. The other stations will also impact your operation differently at different times of the year, depending on atmospheric conditions. The stations that impact you might also be different, again, depending on conditions.
Runnig at the top of the band is nice if you can squeeze in, but sometimes you need to shimmy down a bit to get away from the noise.
I am running at 1270 KHz right now because when the streetlights come on at night my old freq of 1500 gets obliterated by ballast spatter.
That’s one of my favorite things about the transmitter I’m using now, the Talking House. Besides being type accepted, I can change the freq with the touch of a button and the auto-tuner retunes the antenna automatically. I REALLY like that 🙂
Experimental broadcasting for a better tomorrow!