|[AMRadio] Web page appears in opposition to RM-11306|
manualman at juno.com
Thu Jan 19 21:14:11 EST 2006
Jim wrote: "RM 11305 simply opens the bands to all modes, it does not
widen the present
modes due to a rule change. The current rules would still be enforced"
What rules are you referring to?
On Thu, 19 Jan 2006 15:28:49 -0600 "Jim Wilhite" <w5jo at brightok.net>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "peter markavage"
> > Cause they're wider, and with RM-11305, there are no bounds to
> > "wideness". If you think you have QRM now, can you picture in the
> > AM, SSB, FM, CW, digital voice/data/multimedia, SSTV, maybe even a
> > of ATV, etc. all trying to operate adjacent to each other on the
> RM 11305 simply opens the bands to all modes, it does not widen the
> modes due to a rule change. The current rules would still be
> Sure some violate that, in fact I am considered by some near me in 5
> land to
> be an ogre because there are some stations that are splattering and
> pointed it out after trying to resolve it with the offending
> stations. Now
> everyone in the group is looking at their signals and the offenders
> under pressure by many to reform.
> > :"would make more of us gentlemen" - I guess by osmosis. I see no
> > way it could happen. Of course then, why doesn't it currently
> happen on
> > the bands today. Why would any mode, any bandwidth, anywhere, all
> of a
> > sudden, make amateurs nicer than they are today??
> See above answer
> > :"Mode or bandwidth restrictions simply promote special interest
> > - AM, SSB, CW, digital, SSTV, etc. etc. operations are all
> > interest groups that form the backbone of the amateur radio
> service. Some
> > are just larger than others.
> > Pete,
> Yes they are Pete, why not give them additional room to operate?
> 73 Jim
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