|[AMRadio] League pulls RM-11306|
rwpeters at swbell.net
Sun Apr 29 15:08:08 EDT 2007
Peter you are so correct...It is not a bandplan on AM it is a calling
frequency...The idea of a calling freq is WA2CWA this is W1PE...Hi Peter
move to 3.650 so we can chat...No more no less... Same as Chan 16 for
boaters or Chan 14 for CB or Chan 1 for FRS...If we used it that way and
if people understood that what a wonderful world it would be !!!
Ohhh and let me add 146.52 also a calling freq...
Sorry guys I am just a darn activist...
From: amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net
[mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net] On Behalf Of Peter Markavage
Sent: Sunday, April 29, 2007 1:59 PM
To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] League pulls RM-11306
What justification would you or someone present to the FCC raise the
power level back to 1000 watts as it was a number of years ago?
And Bill said: a petition for an AM Window from 3870 to 3885.
I view the AM Window (if you want to call it that) from 3600 to 4000
KHz. I see no rational to live and operate in a 15 KHz box.
And Don's comment on removing subbands:
To remove subbands, brings to the HF bands (excluding present 160 M),
any mode, any bandwidth, anywhere. Might roll all ham radio activity
into anarchy; only the strongest survive. Bandplans are operating guides
and have no legal teeth (ex. listen to 160 M during a world-wide CW
contest); subbands are law and subject to disciplinary action if
violated. Also remember that the U. S. has a lot more licensed amateurs
On Sun, 29 Apr 2007 13:18:30 -0500 "Jim Wilhite" <w5jo at brightok.net>
> I would like to see someone who has experience with filing
> petitions to the FCC do one. In it would be the suggestion
> you are making Don and concurrently proposing to raise the
> power to 1000 watts for continuous carrier transmitters.
> Also there is no need to have modulation exceed 100 percent
> on negative or positive peaks. If a stations does not have
> provisions for measuring the percentage of modulation, then
> it should be about 95%.
> Jim W5JO
> > If ARRL insists on further changes followig the phone band
> > expansion, maybe now is the time to once again look at the
> > idea of getting rid of subbands altogether, as in Canada,
> > and as in USA on 160m.
> > Don k4kyv
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