|[AMRadio] 500 Kc (Old Gear)|
James M. Walker
chejmw at acsu.buffalo.edu
Sat Jun 16 15:10:48 EDT 2007
If you are truly interested in getting a 500 KC segment for Amateur, I would
suggest you contact Fritz Raab the coordinator for the project, and get your
name and info added to the list of folks that want to join in.
His info is at the 500 KC site as well, but here it is also.
Frederick H. (Fritz) Raab, Ph.D.
GREEN MOUNTAIN RADIO RESEARCH COMPANY
77 Vermont Avenue, Fort Ethan Allen
Colchester, Vermont 05446 USA
Tel./Fax.: +1 (802) 655-9670 Home: +1 (802) 862-0997
E-mail: f.raab at ieee.org
Callsign is W1FR
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----- Original Message -----
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To: "Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service"
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Sent: Thursday, June 14, 2007 2:02 PM
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] 500 Kc (Old Gear)
> Go to https://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/oetcf/els/
> Read the instructions for a Form 442. The last I heard it was 55 bucks.
> Can take a few months or take a year for them to get their research done
> and grant a license. Be patient for sure. I just seen they changed the
> site a little. Shouldn't be any trouble. Do your research, they need your
> lat/lon and lots of detailed info so they know where you are building the
> station. You will also need to convince them why you should have a
> license. Easy stuff to do, just takes time. It weeds out the ones that
> don't want to take the time or wait the time to get a Part 5 license. Do a
> general freq search for the 135.7-137.5kc, 160-190kc, and then the
> 505-515kc bands and read the other guys applications. That will give you
> answers to what the OET is looking to hear. I'll throw my callsign's on my
> signature so you can read my application if you like. The WD2XSH is the
> ARRL license which I am a member of.
> Bry Carling wrote:
>> How do you apply for the special permit to get on there?
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