|[AMRadio] No Code Pros and Cons|
brett.gazdzinski at verizonbusiness.com
Sat Dec 16 20:58:11 EST 2006
What about the rest of the planet?
Do they require code?
I sure wish everyone could agree on 40 meters
at night, is it ham or broadcast?
Can someone tell me what class licenses there are now,
and what is needed to get what class?
No code I guess, so its just a test?
Where do you get the test, at a fest?
Since I have an old 13 wpm general class, I should
upgrade to the top I guess.
> > Well....
> > Speaking as the guy who actually brought up the
> 'dumbing-down' issue in
> > this thread - I'd like to posit a Thought on the issue of
> "no-code ham
> > license" vs. "IQ".
> For all those that think that the code is a big part of being a
> knowledgeable ham keep this in mind: In the past in the
> military electronics
> schools a person that "washed out" of the electronics classes
> was sent to be
> a high speed CW operator.
> Gary K4FMX
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