|[AMRadio] The AM Window|
peter A Markavage
manualman at juno.com
Tue Dec 21 18:13:09 EST 2004
Quote - "The FCC recognizes the AM Windows so currently any nearby
complaints are neutralized."
Show me where in the FCC Rules and regulations this is documented. Do you
really think that if a SSB QSO fires up on 3880 or 3878 (which happens
quite often) the FCC will step in and tell them to move??
Quote - "Perhaps limiting the transmission to less than three minutes at
a time with 10 seconds of space in between for other stations breaking in
would be advantageous in many ways. There are many AMrs waiting to get
in to a group but never get the chance.
If the AM window is used this way it would allow many stations to operate
well, even within the two or three spaces of the 3880-90kHz "
The assumption here is many AM'ers want to talk in a group which is
probably a bad assumption. Many hams enjoy having a one on one discussion
whereas "groups" generally evolve into discussions that target only
certain members in the group.
On Tue, 21 Dec 2004 16:03:22 -0500 Chris <ck at ckradio.net> writes:
> Bob, I agree with you. No matter where we move there will be
> with the near by SSB groups.
> They are spread very evenly across the band with no space in
> for an AM signal during prime time.
> The FCC recognizes the AM Windows so currently any nearby complaints
> By using the rest of the band to illustrate a point will only lead
> more interference and valid complaints by SSB groups.
> Remember last year how many petitions were sent regarding Bandwidth
> Perhaps limiting the transmission to less than three minutes at a
> with 10 seconds of space in between for other stations breaking in
> be advantageous in many ways. There are many AMrs waiting to get in
> a group but never get the chance.
> If the AM window is used this way it would allow many stations to
> operate well, even within the two or three spaces of the
> 73 Chris VE3NGW/W4 Florida
> Rbethman wrote:
> > I am a FIRM advocate and believer of the "Gentleman's Agreement"
> > philosophy regarding the existence and use of the AM Window.
> > It seems to me an issue of courtesy and respect to have and use
> > agreements.
> > Yes, there will ALWAYS be some that will NOT honor such, BUT - we
> > better off doing this amongst ourselves in lieu of the FCC and/or
> > becoming involved in some "phony" band/mode plan.
> > Bob - N0DGN
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