ARRL Bulletin on Morse Code Elimination

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  1. KA9EKG

    KA9EKG Ham Member QRZ Page

    Maybe so.If Favre had someone besides Donald Driver to throw to.He still is the best QB around.
     
  2. N9MSH

    N9MSH Ham Member QRZ Page

    i think there is a better chance of getting the code re-instated than the pack winning [​IMG]
     
  3. K4JF

    K4JF Ham Member QRZ Page

    Yeah, right. And I've got some beachfront property in Tennessee I'd like to sell you.
     
  4. KA9EKG

    KA9EKG Ham Member QRZ Page

    How much is your regular gas?it is $2.39 here.
     
  5. KA9EKG

    KA9EKG Ham Member QRZ Page

    How much is a gallon of milk were you live?
     
  6. KA9EKG

    KA9EKG Ham Member QRZ Page

    Watch out for tneN.O.Saints,they stand a chance to go all the way.
     
  7. KA9EKG

    KA9EKG Ham Member QRZ Page

     
  8. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Uh...what's the difference between an orange? [​IMG]
     
  9. N4EMP

    N4EMP Ham Member QRZ Page

    Keeping my eye on this!!!
    Just waiting for HF privileges on 10 Meters since...
    I still have the remains of an old 11 Meter Quad/Yagi antenna laying around.
    Can my 'XYL' (KG4NLD) and I anticipate using "Voice" on this band (10 Meter) in the near future?
    Need to know what lengths and spacings to adjust this thing to for that privilege!!

    Ya'll have a Happy New Year in 2007.... regardless!!

    This old World is going to get a lots crazier!! [​IMG]
    Was going to with or without Morse Code use. [​IMG]
     
  10. K4JF

    K4JF Ham Member QRZ Page

    Tech licensees will have "voice" privileges from 28.3 to 28.5 beginning when the order goes into effect. We are estimating sometime in February 007.
     
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