FCC NPRM RM-11828 is now open for comment

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by KB1PA, Mar 13, 2019.

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  1. KB1PA

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  2. KC8VWM

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    I guess the server must be overloaded LOL !

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  3. KD8DEY

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    I wonder if they are on the same server as Facebook...
     
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  4. W4NNF

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    The link to the ARRL page works.

    I think I'll just sit back here and watch... :)

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  5. KD8DEY

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    Mmmmmm Fiddle Faddle
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  6. WZ7U

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  7. WA7PRC

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    While they're at it (expanding frequency privileges for Techs), they could 'kill two stones with one bird', and expand Morse privileges for us General & Advanced license holders. Each time the fone segments have been expanded on those 80/40/20/15m, General & Advanced Class license holders have increasingly been squeezed between the fone segments, and the bottom 25 kHz of those bands. It's ironic that NCEs have access to it but, many of us who passed/learned Morse don't have access.
     
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  8. K7JEM

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    All extras have access to that segment. If you are an extra, you have it. If you haven't passed the extra test, at whatever standard was in place when you took it, then you will not have access to that spectrum. It's a pretty simple concept, really.
     
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  9. WA7PRC

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    Yes, it is a simple concept... almost as simple as what you quoted me as stating.
     
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  10. K7JEM

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    It just sounded like you were complaining that you didn't have access. Like you believed that passing a morse code test should grant you that privilege. Many generals have also passed a morse code test and have no access to it, either. That is because it is allocated to those who have actually taken and passed the test to earn the highest level of ham radio license in the USA. If you have something less than the highest license issued, you do not qualify for operation in those segments.
     
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