|[AMRadio] Fasten your seatbelts - here we go for another ARRL ride|
J.D. MacAulay, WQ8U
jmac6235 at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 23 23:52:38 EDT 2009
Boy Manual Man, you sure are right - I'm just another of those dummies that doesn't read every word like you guys that have business that service ham radio. I just have concern about the true intentions of the folks running the ARRL after their earlier attempts to change the ham radio world.
I stand corrected - mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa.
--- On Wed, 9/23/09, manualman <manualman at juno.com> wrote:
> From: manualman <manualman at juno.com>
> Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Fasten your seatbelts - here we go for another ARRL ride
> To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
> Cc: boatanchors at mailman.qth.net
> Date: Wednesday, September 23, 2009, 11:37 PM
> You obviously either ignored, or
> didn't read, the actual article and the
> section that referred to this activity and just read the
> It really said: "The Board approved the "establishment of a
> Committee to study, research and consider developing
> a plan to move the
> US amateur community to narrowband channel spacing in the
> VHF/UHF bands.
> The Board felt that since the FCC has mandated that
> commercial radio move
> to narrowband channels by 2013, those companies that
> manufacturer Amateur
> Radio equipment usually follow commercial practice. The
> VHF/UHF bandplan
> currently use 15 and 20 kHz FM channels. Amateurs are using
> equipment outside the repeater sub-band because there is no
> real place to
> fit narrowband pairs."
> None of this has anything to do with our typical HF
> operations. It's not
> clear that even the upper end of 10 meters, where there is
> FM operation
> and repeaters, is even included in the study, since "VHF"
> starts above 30 mHz.
> Pete, wa2cwa
> On Wed, 23 Sep 2009 19:47:07 -0700 (PDT) "J.D. MacAulay,
> <jmac6235 at yahoo.com>
> > The October 2009 QST magazine, page 64, reports the
> actions of the
> > 2009 second meeting of the ARRL Board.
> > The Board approved the "establishment of a Study
> Committee to study,
> > research and consider developing a
> > PLAN TO MOVE THE US AMATEUR COMMUNITY TO NARROWBAND
> > SPACING." (Emphasis mine)
> > One has to wonder who those folks really represent
> after their
> > performance with the frequency allocation by signal
> bandwidth push
> > and now this.
> > Maybe all us AM Ops will be dead by the time their
> buracuracy gets
> > through all this process. - probably not though.
> > Time to start writing to Newington?
> > 73
> > Mac
> > WQ8U
> > Hillsborough, NC
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