|[AMRadio] Web page appears in opposition to RM-11305|
b_chill_98 at yahoo.com
Mon Jan 16 18:34:21 EST 2006
Yes Don.. I failed to make that IARU distinction.
however, the Commission has sighted the IARU
conference of 2002 as a goal and as such I believe
rulings will be toward that end.
Just one man's thought !!
See IARU HFC-C4, 13 November 2002
--- Donald Chester <k4kyv at hotmail.com> wrote:
> >From: "Brian Carling" <bcarling at cfl.rr.com>
> >On 16 Jan 2006 at 11:22, bud chiller wrote:
> > > IARU does not
> > > allow phone emissions below 7050Khz in region 2!
> >I am just trying to understand all of this...
> >Why do we have Canadian and Mexican SSB signals all
> >over 7030 - 7060 kHz NOW if they are not allowed to
> do it?
> >We're drifting downward in frequency here from AM
> >I know, but it IS related for those of us who work
> both AM AND
> The IARU band plan say no phone below 7050.
> Obviously the Canadian and
> Mexican hams, plus who knows what other countries
> south of the border, are
> not following the plan. The IARU does not have any
> enforcement power. The
> band plan is merely a suggestion, not a legal
> restriction. Canada and (I
> assume) Mexico have no emission subband limitations;
> they can legally
> transmit phone all the way down to 7000. The US is
> the only country in the
> region (and is suspect the world) that PROHIBITS
> phone below 7150.
> Another aspect of the problem is the US licence
> class subband structure.
> 7000-7025 is limited to extra class only, so
> non-extra US hams can work cw
> only from 7025 up, and the cw activity rarely goes
> above 7040 or 7050, so
> for all practical purposes US Advanced and General
> class ops are limited to
> a very narrow segment just above 7025 for cw
> Since the US Extra class cw requirement has been
> reduced to the 5 wpm Novice
> level, and there is no longer any distinction in the
> code requirement for
> Extra, Advanced, General or Novice, what is the
> point of continuing to set
> aside an exclusive 25 kc/s segment for Extra class
> In Region 1 (Europe) the entire 40m band is only
> 7000-7100, except for some
> recently opened limited use of 7100-7200. Hopefully
> the broacast issue we
> be resolved and 7100-7200 will eventually become
> exclusive amateur
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