|[AMRadio] Web page appears in opposition to RM-11306|
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Thu Jan 19 12:26:03 EST 2006
>From: "Phil Galasso" <k2pg at worldnet.att.net>
>Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Web page appears in opposition to RM-11306
>...To the Chicken Littles of the amateur radio community: The sky isn't
>to fall and the amateur bands will not descend into chaos if the subband
>restrictions are relaxed or removed. The only problems that I ever hear
>to occur during contests...and perhaps, if people are concerned about
>contesters operating incompatible modes, violating the IARU bandplans, and
>"stepping on" DX windows, they should lean on the organizations that
>those contests: ARRL, CQ Magazine, some of the foreign clubs and societies,
>etc., getting them to limit the contests to portions of each band
>(voluntarily, not through government regulation) and to disqualify any
>contester who doesn't comply with the IARU bandplans. If enough contest
>are thrown out due to contesters violating the IARU bandplans, those
>contesters will clean up their act quite fast. No contester wants to
>all weekend, only to get a score of ZERO!
If you are a member of the Topband Reflector, I suggest you post a copy of
that message there. Otherwise, could I have your permission to quote the
above snip and post it?
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