Serious Danger to Shortwave Bands in DL

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    dj7mgq writes "The below is a description of <a href="http://www.egroups.de/group/save-shortwave/">save-shortwave/A>






    On March 30 the German Government signed an act that allows the generation of noise levels on all frequencies up to 30 MHz that will make most use of shortwave impossible. We expect other european countries to follow.



    In worst case this law will allow S9+ noise levels on all shortwave bands 24 hours a day 365 day a year.






    Providers of "Powerline Communications" (PLC / PLT) recently started offering their services to the public. PLC / PLT will be the first service to create the described noise levels.






    We are afraid that in the near future nobody in europe will be able to get uncensored information from outside his own country, shortwave amateur-radio will become impossible at least in Europe






    Please help us to spread this information.









    (a few comments:



    - "the German Government signed"

    is not 100% correct. The German version
    of the senate passed 3 bills, meaning
    that these will become law.



    - "nobody in europe will be able to get
    uncensored information">

    I rather doubt that non-shortwave sources
    of information, eg. newspapaers, will be
    censored.



    - More information (auf Deutsch can be found
    at:



    Störfeldstärken durch Powerline Communication im 230V-Netz>

    http://www.europoint.com/down/emv2000.pdf



    Folgen großflächigen PLC-Einsatzes>

    http://bilbo.e-technik.tu-ilmenau .de/plc/plc.html



    NB30 und Rundfunkempfang (vom Institut für Rundfunktechnik)>

    http://www.qsl.net/dh7uaf/irt.pdf



    Studienergebnisse zu EMV-Problemen>

    http://www.r egtp.de/tech_reg_tele/start/in_06-03-02-03-00_m/index.html



    Zweite Abfrage zu "Powerline Communications" - Schreiben des RTA an die
    RegTP vom 15.02.2001>

    http://www.darc.de/aktuell/voinfo/ vor011502.html



    Arbeitsgemeinschaft Zukunft Amateurfunkdienst e.V.>

    http://www.agz-ev. de/statements/pdf/regtp_plc_zweite_abfrage.pdf



    PLC stört Rundfunk und andere Funkdienste>

    <A HREF="http://www.muenster.de/~dl5qe/plc002.htm">http://www.muenster.de/~dl5qe/plc002.htm</ A>



    PLC – nicht empfehlenswert>

    <A HREF="http://www.darc.de/aktuell/04112000.html">http://www.darc.de/aktuell/04112000.html</ A>



    vy 73 de dj7mgq)"
     
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