|[AMRadio] History of AM power proceeding now viewable on FCC website|
don.kd2fo at gmail.com
Thu Nov 16 17:22:39 EST 2017
Hi, Just today I came upon an ARRL publication from 1970, entitled "Single
Sideband for the Radio Amateur". It has an interesting article that
explains AM PEP power correctly......which is NOT 4X Carrier as largely
spoken of today.....and I can also prove it as an engineer.
The article on page 9 of the 1970 SSB Manual is entitled "Why Single
Sideband".....it contains a great explanation of Amplitude Modulation, with
FULL carrier and illustrates it using Figures #1, #2, #3 contained in the
I am not an expert on the FCC proceedings, and our AM legal limit does
depend on FCC WORDINGS within part 97 as well as outright limitations, but
couldn't my 2 cents worth because recent mis-understandings. I am
willing to explain my position, but am hoping to write an article.....if
someone will publish it.
73, Don, Kd2fo
On Thu, Nov 16, 2017 at 5:09 PM, Donald Chester <k4kyv at charter.net> wrote:
> Facts in the case are laid out in chronological order, followed by
> supporting documentation that pre-dates FCC archives (which extend only
> back to 1992). This should make it easy for those not thoroughly familiar
> with this case to discover and understand the past agenda of those in power
> at the FCC at that time, and how this has affected use of the AM mode in
> amateur radio.
> This was submitted in response to a public enquiry announced by the FCC's
> Office of Engineering and Technology Technological Advisory Council (TAC),
> seeking comments about technical regulations and the regulatory process
> for adopting and updating them.
> Part 1: Chronological timeline 1983-1990, Exhibits 1-9
> Part 2: Exhibits 10-16
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