|[AMRadio] ARRL has filed its bandwidth proposal with FCC|
recycler at swbell.net
Thu Nov 17 21:02:14 EST 2005
It does not seem as though they deliberately relegate AM to a footnote, it
looks more like the effort is only to give AM its due, while keeping the
"hi-fi SSB" stuff at bay. That's what I see anyway, between the lines.
They could have as easily put the AM exception statement in each cell of
the table, then it would not be a footnote, but that would have messed up
the table and beaurocrats like nice orderly documents. VE VILL HAFF ODAH!!
I think we should be glad for the '9K' limit on AM and not make too much
noise lest they decide 6K00A3E is the legal limit!
No ISB. why? maybe because of the 3.5KHz rule.. So much for the Harris
Monstrosity I am trying to obtain. It can do voice on one sideband and data
on the other. I know it's a military specialty, but it's nice!
And I would like to see the rules for AM go back to the traditional "KW
input". It's no good for a 4-1000 to operate at 2000V and boil off all
those electrons from the filament and not use them! Wishful thinking I
suppose. -but the upside is I can use the absolute worst pulls!!
Who's running the ARRL and FCC anyway? :)
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