[AMRadio] Poll RE: Regulation by Bandwidth


Brian Carling bcarling at cfl.rr.com
Sat Dec 10 16:35:27 EST 2005


I am surpised that it is only 60% against this nonsensical 
proposal.

I am sure ARRL will find try to a way to propogandize this 
and ram it through against the wishes of prudent radio amateurs 
world worldwide. Their "digital darlings" at Winlink Corp. have 
a lot riding on it.

On 10 Dec 2005 at 15:22, Mike Duke, K5XU wrote:

> Below is a segment from the current Amateur Radio Newsline.
> 
> Here's our chance to at least be counted by somebody!
> 
> K5XU
> 
> 
> REGULATION BY BANDWIDTH: A AMATEUR RADIO NEWSLINET CYBERSPACE POLL
> 
> Still with the regulation by bandwidth issue, we at the Amateur Radio
> Newsline want to know how the general ham radio public feels about the ARRL
> proposal to the FCC on this issue.  So we had our Webmaster prepare a very
> simple click to vote poll to find out.
> 
> To take part, all you need to do is to go to our website at
> www.arnewsline.org
> and scroll down until you see the word "Polls" on the
> left side of the page.  There you will find options in favor of the ARRL
> regulation by bandwidth proposal and opposing it.  Just click on the one
> you feel is best for the future of the hobby.  Your vote will be instantly
> added in and the results to date immediately displayed.
> 
> Admittedly, this is a far from scientific way to measure the sentiment of
> the ham community on this issue.  None the less it should give all of us an
> indication of what the silent majority in ham radio really wants as the
> century and the hobby progresses.
> 
> Again the URL of our website is
> www.arnewsline.org
> and you will find the
> poll on the left side of the page.  (ARNewslineT)
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Mike Duke, K5XU
> American Council of Blind Radio Amateurs
> 
> 
> 
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