|[AMRadio] Flip side of ARRL good report|
k4kyv at charter.net
Mon Sep 25 17:13:32 EDT 2017
> Maybe he is out of town, or has me blocked as an emailer after my last
> discussion with him, but the 'Regulatory and Advocacy' fellow at the League
> did not comment on what I asked last week. With the announcement of the
> FCC going to look over all its rules and regs and weed out the archaic ones, I
> asked if the ARRL, this time, would put it in simple words, that the ARRL
> supports the continued operation of AM on the ham bands. No mode by
> bandwidth smoke screen, just a simple statement. Hopefully they will not
> weasel word their support of AM this time.
> Charlie, W4MEC in NC
I'm not sure that would accomplish anything. In fact, it might be counterproductive by suggesting the possibility that AM should NOT be continued.
I would recommend instead to use this as an opportunity to revisit the AM power issue. For a narrative of the entire 1982-1991 proceeding at the FCC, go to
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