|[AMRadio] League Bandwidth petition - final tally|
uvc1 at verizon.net
Thu Feb 23 10:43:13 EST 2006
Thanks for the comments, the language is almost condescending, and they are
tiring to shift what we are tiring to say, It seems the ARRL is turning
more political everyday, My comment to the FCC about automatic control,
seemed to have caught the ARRL by surprise, and they tried to explain around
it. "poorly". Automatic control if allowed in the phone bands,
WILL CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE.
The automatic modes and digital modes need to have a place, BUT ONE CANNOT
EXPECT THEM TO SHARE HARMLESSLY IN THE PHONE BANDS.
This will be the case when "Winlink and other for profit equipment makers"
are in the picture.
I am disappointed with the ARRL not looking at the big picture and not being
more creative, they are a claiming to be the VOICE OF THE AMATEUR RADIO
COMMUNITY, LOOKING OUT FOR ALL OF US. ARRL PLEASE BE MORE CREATIVE IN
GUARDING OUR RIGHTS AS RADIO OPERATORS.
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[mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net]On Behalf Of w6om at cox.net
Sent: Thursday, February 23, 2006 7:04 AM
To: Discussion of AM Radio
Subject: Re: RE: [AMRadio] League Bandwidth petition - final tally
I agree with Brad. As an officer of a public company I have many dealings
with the SEC and have learned to spot and understand "Gov-Speak" in
What "I" read in that document was essentially an ominous set of pre
suppositions and condesending characturizations along with some nice doggie
I do not like the tone or content of the document nor do I see anything
positive about it. The length of time it takes to make major policy
decisions is based in a historical psychological Government mentality that
the policy will be changed but it takes two years for the public to accept
it and go through the process of implementation.
I think Brad and others who view this document with suspiction are well
informed and highly sensitive as to how the Government really works in
Thanks for the bandwidth
Ron Weaver - W6OM
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