What did advanced hams do to become extras

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by W6FYK, Mar 20, 2018.

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  1. WD9GNG

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    Anybody remember Dec 2006 FCC changes that expanded the voice sub bands? Pretty nice at the time!!!

    75 Meters
    License Class - - - New Voice Privileges

    Extra Class - - Currently 3750-4000 kHz - - New Phone - - 3600-4000 kHz - - +150 kHz
    Advanced Class - - Currently 3775-4000 kHz - - New Phone - - 3700-4000 kHz - - +75 kHz
    General Class - - Currently 3850-4000 kHz - - New Phone - - 3800-4000 kHz - - + 50 kHz
    40 Meters
    License Class - - - New Voice Privileges
    Extra Class - - Currently 7150-7300 kHz - - New Phone - - 7125-7300 kHz - - +25 kHz
    Advanced Class - - Currently 7150-7300 kHz - - New Phone - - 7125-7300 kHz - - +25 kHz
    General Class - - Currently 7225-7300 kHz - - New Phone - - 7175-7300 kHz - - +50 kHz
    15 Meters
    License Class - - - New Voice Privileges
    Extra Class - - 21200-21450 kHz - - New Phone - - No change
    Advanced Class - - 21225-21450 kHz - - New Phone - - No change
    General Class - - 21300-21450 kHz - - New Phone - - 21275-21450 kHz - - +25 kHz
    10 Meters
    License Class - - - New Voice Privileges
    Novice (10M)* - - 28300-28500 kHz - - New Phone - - No change
    License Class - - New CW Privileges
    Novice (10M)* - - 28100-28500 kHz - - New CW - - 28000-28500 kHz - - +100 kHz
    (*=includes Technician Class operators who have passed a Morse code exam.)

    Ken
    WD9GNG
     
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  2. KA4DPO

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    So I was perusing the forums list when I saw this one, I said to myself, Oh look, a mud puddle. :)
     

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