39Re: [V4Protocol] V4 software test frequencies
- Dec 4, 2010"What the percentages of operation for SSB vs. digital/cw in LA land?"
The only band that is regulated by government is 600m (493-510Khz).
Only CW A1A is allowed.
The Norwegian regulation translated with google:
73 de la5vna
On 03.12.2010 20:21, David Bastress wrote:
> GA Steiner,
> A couple of comments about the 'band plan' as written.
> 1. I see it has not been updated to reflect the effects of the 80 meter
> refarming that was done in this country a couple of years ago. Now everything
> digital and cw must be done below 3600 KHz. so a lot of reshuffling has been
> done on that band!!
> 2. I see Bonnie / HFlink claim a lot of frequencies for their ALE operations.
> More than their fair share.
> 3. The 40 meter band plan really highlights the problem we have here in the US.
> Everything from 7043 to 7100 is used for SSB operations in most of the rest of
> the world and yet look at all the stuff we try to do in that same frequency
> range that isn't SSB. And, not listed in the band plan, are all the Winlink and
> Winmor RMS stations!! All the SSB operations by our neighbors to the north and
> south make using any of them practically impossible for a good part of our early
> evening / nighttime. Personally, I don't think we could stuff all the different
> operations and modes into 43 KHz. if we tried. Then to, that also doesn't
> account for the fact that the bottom 25 KHz. are only accessible to extra class
> licensees making the total usable bandwidth for a lot of amateurs only 18 KHz.
> if we don't want to interfere with SSB operations above 7043!! It's clearly a
> problem for everyone.
> I can't comment on the other bands as I don't use them enough to be aware of
> their problems.
> For now, I think the idea of operating at the high end of the PSK /digital mode
> areas should work for the V4 testing.
> Dave K3GAU
> P.S.: What the percentages of operation for SSB vs. digital/cw in LA land??
> >>> Steinar Aanesland <saanes@...> 12/3/2010 1:01 PM >>>
> Hi Dave
> What about using 14.101, 14.103, 14.113, 14.115 and take back the ROS freq?
> By the way, take a look at this page:
> It is not much playground left..
> 73 de LA5VNA Steinar
> On 02.12.2010 22:40, David Bastress wrote:
> > GA,
> > Does anyone have any suggestions for frequencies to congregate around
> to test the V4 software when we get it??
> > Dave K3GAU
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