RE: [olivia] Re: US FCC releases order including limiting J2D emissions over 500H
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Karl Larsen
It went to the FCC as bandwidths but...the FCC has to deal with the world, and the
world reads the FCC Part 97 and the world did not like using just
bandwidth. So FCC had to go back to the old symbols and it has the whole
thing messed up.
I can’t agree with that Karl. Our regs changed to bandwidth last year. On HF bands below 30MHz, any mode <10khz bandwidth. That’s it.
6m and 2m, any mode <100khz, and above 420MHz, ANY MODE, any bandwidth.
Our regs couldn’t be simpler, whereas the FCC regs are immensely complicated, and from this discussion, apparently no-one truly understands them.
- Actually, the U.S.A. is one of the FEW countries left who subdivide by mode and content rather than bandwidth. The FCC actually proposed using bandwidth some years ago but backed off because of the outrage expressed by many U.S. hams. The ARRL has proposed it again, but again there are a lot of negative comments. Sometimes I think we are our own worst enemy. You have to remember that the majority use only traditional SSB and CW on the HF bands and are not inclined to support anything else.
- Can some help explain to me what freq I am actually supposed to out into my radio on 40 meters for Olivia. I guess I am not getting itchris
- Andy K3UK
On 12/12/06, Chris Edwards, AE4XO <ram16kb@...> wrote:Can some help explain to me what freq I am actually supposed to out into my radio on 40 meters for Olivia. I guess I am not getting itchris
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