Foundations of Amateur Radio - Episode 96

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by VK6FLAB, Apr 8, 2017.

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  1. W0AEW

    W0AEW Ham Member QRZ Page

    Service Schmervice. A male panda bear can service a female panda.

    Everything doesn't have to have a point. I go "fishing" for QSOs 'cuz it's relaxing. My neighbor ties flies, and I tie wires.
     
  2. VR2BG

    VR2BG Ham Member QRZ Page

    From the ITU RR:

    "1.19 radiocommunication service: A service as defined in this Section involving the transmission, emission and/or reception of radio waves for specific telecommunication purposes."

    Hence "amateur service". When your country participates in ITU - the basis for the modern global RF civil society - it agreed to do things per the ITU Constitution, Convention & Radio Regulations. Much of what is in your country's telecom law/regulations comes from these texts. It would behoove us all if everybody at least had some grasp of the fundamentals behind the amateur service. The lack thereof I often see evidence of here.

    73, ex-VR2BG/p.
     
  3. K9RBH

    K9RBH XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    Forget that center of the universe stuff, without each other around the globe, there would be no DX!
     
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  4. KN0DE

    KN0DE Ham Member QRZ Page

    Me too, LOL I using a ground mounted vertical and making contacts 10,000 miles (16,093 Km) away!
    I never made a contact to Europe, though I am still making good contacts.
    By the way guys, a good contact does not have to be a 1000 thousand miles away or more, you just nice talk with someone to make international good will, (which is one of the reasons my country has the "service").
     
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  5. W3TWG

    W3TWG Ham Member QRZ Page

    I can agree with that!
     

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