FCC ISSUES NPRM TO ELIMINATE CODE REQUIREMENT

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  1. Guest

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    Hello Sirs,
    Well I guess a few more posts will have to be deleted to make room for this one! Hi,hi

    I must of been on the Top spot (last post in the thread) for about a week (page 478) before someone worked that one out!!

    If any more posts get deleted then this thread will make less sense than it already does?[​IMG]

    Its nice to see this thread slowing down now and some Understanding from both sides I Hope?

    But the Topic still comes up elsewhere when someone gets the withdrawal symptoms [​IMG]

    I hope to work you further down the log as they say,
    73s de Samantha 2e1dau
     
  2. AB8MA

    AB8MA Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    Hi Samantha,

    The reason this thread is slowing down is due to it's current length. It takes longer and longer to re-read it, and so the per-day post count is bound to diminish.

    73,

    Bob
     
  3. W0TDH

    W0TDH Ham Member QRZ Page

    The FCC Acknowledges Receipt of Comments From …
    Thomas F. Fischel
    …and Thank You for Your Comments

    Your Confirmation Number is: '20051025815702 '
    Date Received: Oct 25 2005
    Docket: 05-235

    Number of Files Transmitted: 1


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  4. VE7RFH

    VE7RFH Ham Member QRZ Page

    And the point of your question is..... ?
     
  5. N2NH

    N2NH Ham Member QRZ Page

    <span style='color:green'>I think he wants an "IMPROVED", "LONGER", "SHINIER", and "BETTER CORNERING" model mode for '06.</span>

    [​IMG]
     
  6. KC0NBW

    KC0NBW Ham Member QRZ Page

    the point is, how is the elimination of element 1 testing going to move ham radio into the 21st century?
     
  7. W0UZR

    W0UZR Ham Member QRZ Page

    IT ISN'T !!


    That is just excuses that they invented up so they don't have to apply themselves to learn the code..

    When the code gets dropped, (which they WON'T get an upgrade until it does) then they can get on HF,,,

    THE EASY WAY


    (haven'tYouFiguredThatOutByNow?)
     
  8. KQ6XA

    KQ6XA Ham Member QRZ Page

    <a href="http://www.qrz.com/ib-bin/ikonboard.cgi?act=ST;f=3;t=42778;st=0" target="_blank">Morse is History
    click HERE</a>
     
  9. N2NH

    N2NH Ham Member QRZ Page

    Strange. Last time I noticed, Amateur Radio is still a hobby. Like saying cars are only driven by drivers, not the average car operator.
     
  10. W0UZR

    W0UZR Ham Member QRZ Page

    Amateur Radio is a SERVICE !
     
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