|[AMRadio] Petition Pending|
mark.k3msb at gmail.com
Tue Jun 21 18:13:24 EDT 2005
This was one of my comments as I read the document over lunch. If
you're going to retain different license classes, then you need to
make them worthwile. Right now it's pay your money and memorize
until you pass. I see this mentality at our radio club, and it's very
If you want to have license classes, have two -- a non-renewable
Novice and another one that has full op priviledges. Up or out.
Also, the proposal makes no specific remediation proposals when
interference / conflicts occur aside from it being generally like the
current OO system. Unless these is teeth to enforce such a system, I
have my doubts about it's success.
73 Mark K3MSB
On 6/21/05, Donald Chester <k4kyv at hotmail.com> wrote:
> >The imminent proposal is **not** mode-specific, yet
> >benefits everyone who is willing to cooperatively
> >share vacant spots on the dial.
> I read it via the link. My ONLY criticism is that it proposes to preserve
> licence class subbands. With the "dumbing down" in the recent past, and
> more likely to come, incentive licensing is a joke and no longer serves any
> useful purpose. Plus, from the outset, it never achieved its original
> purpose: to improve the technical expertise of the amateur community.
> Don K4KYV
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