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Re: [olivia] Olivia Not Affected by FCC 500Hz Bandwidth Limit

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  • Mike Niswonger
    Bonnie, I am good friends with an ARRL director and would like to see that he is educated as completely as possible on this issue. Is there an NTIA or FCC
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 19, 2006
      Bonnie,

      I am good friends with an ARRL director and would like to see
      that he is educated as completely as possible on this issue. Is there
      an NTIA or FCC reference that you can give me for the mode vs emission
      type list that you posted? I'd sure like to pass it along...

      -- Mike Niswonger, W4CMN


      expeditionradio wrote:
      >
      > >
      > > Bonnie, It makes sense to me , so how come the ARRL does not
      > > see it the same way we do ?
      > >
      > > Andy K3UK
      >
      >
      > Hi Andy,
      >
      > ARRL responded quickly and posted the information about the new rules.
      > It was easy to get it wrong, or to interpret the rules differently,
      > because of the number of errors and self-contraditions in the FCC
      > rulings and the R&O.
      >
      > But, one thing is perfectly clear... the FCC never intended to limit
      > our data or text modes to 500Hz bandwidth. They only ruled to
      > bandwidth limit images sent in the data subbands.
      >
      > I just wrote to the ARRL Regulatory Information Branch, and included
      > all the information about emission desiginators, and quoted the FCC
      > statements. I predict that you will see ARRL correct their published
      > information about FCC HF data limitations.
      >
      > Bonnie KQ6XA
      >
      >
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