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bcarling at cfl.rr.com
Tue Jan 17 08:29:49 EST 2006
Does the IARU conference of 2002 provide for some relief
on 40m from the incessant SWBC pests from 7100 to 7300 kHz.
Does the IARU conference of 2002 provide some relief for the
CW ops being blasted by slop bucket signals all the way down
to the bottom of the dial?
Why does the solution to "gentlemen's agreements" always
have to involve 1500W p.e.p. and a phased array antenna? (grin!)
On 16 Jan 2006 at 15:34, bud chiller wrote:
> 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
> > concerns
> > >I know, but it IS related for those of us who work
> > both AM AND
> > >CW.
> > 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
> > operation.
> > 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
> > cw?
> > 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
> > worldwide.
> > -k4kyv
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