[AMRadio] IARU bandplan thoughts


Bob Peters rwpeters at swbell.net
Tue Dec 11 09:14:08 EST 2007


I agree Steve... I am anxous to see what Paul VJB comes up with...There
are a 
Bunch of us in the Dallas area rethinking our ARRL situation and some of
us are 
Diamond Club members...

Bob W1PE

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Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2007 8:12 AM
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Subject: [AMRadio] IARU bandplan thoughts


You know, even if one takes the ARRL protestations of innocence at face 
value, they still have failed to protect the interests of all current US
operators 
and modes in the IARU Region 2 bandplan revision process.  Their vote in
favor 
of the revisions with tight bandwidth limits, and their subsequent
claims 
that we can ignore the plan (until they've had a chance to educate
everyone as to 
its merits?) does not serve us well at all.  

As a member I'm very disappointed in the ARRL management on this issue.

Steve WD8DAS




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