bradk4rt at verizon.net bradk4rt at verizon.net
Thu Oct 31 20:36:10 EDT 2013

 I think the concern is that the ARRL could point to what IARU has adopted in arguing to FCC that the Commission adopt the same here for U.S. hams.

Brad K4RT 

On 10/31/13, manualman at juno.com wrote:

If you don't plan to live and operate in one of the countries that uses
the IARU band plan guidelines as a basis for their radio regulations, why
would this concern you?

Pete, wa2cwa

On Thu, 31 Oct 2013 20:20:10 -0400 Jim Tonne <Tonne at Comcast.Net> writes:
> What has me concerned about this bandwidth limitation thing
> is the clear probability of confusing modulating frequency
> bandwidth limit versus the occupied spectrum limit. Saying
> the maximum phone bandwidth is 3 kc doesn't say whether
> that is the maximum modulating frequency bandwidth or if it is
> the maximum occupied bandwidth.
> This whole thing stinks of the ARRL or its clones wanting to
> again put down AM as a legitimate mode.
> - Jim Tonne W4ENE
> On 10/31/2013 8:07 PM, manualman at juno.com wrote:
> > In our Region 2, Bermuda is another one. I think the maximum 
> phone
> > bandwidth there is 3 KHz. Likewise, I know of several countries in 
> the
> > Caribbean (also Region 2) where maximum bandwidth is limited to 
> 2.7 or 3
> > KHz.

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