Re: IARU Region 2 Seeks Input on HF Band Plan


 

* On 2013 19 Feb 07:19 -0600, KU4GW Cliff wrote:
<font color="#000000"><font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="4">The
ARRL is seeking input to proposed band plan changes in the upcoming IARU
convention in Mexico. Everyone needs to read the proposed changes, and
voice any support or opposition as you see fit. The proposals can be
seen here: </font></font></font><a
href="http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-band-plan&#92;
"><font color="#9136ad"><font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font
size="4"><u>http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-ban&#92;
d-plan</u></font></font></font></a><font color="#000000"> </font><font
color="#000000"><font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="4">ITU Region
2 hams, especially CW and digital mode operators better be for
submitting any comments quickly to oppose putting our 40 meter bandplan
in step with either ITU region 1 or 3! There is a March 1st deadline for
submitting comments! I have already submitted mine in opposition. Submit
them ASAP to bandplan2013@... Other member nations of ITU Region 2
can get the contact info for their ITU go to person at
</font></font></font><a href="http://www.iaru-r2.org/directory/"><font
color="#9136ad"><font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font
size="4"><u>http://www.iaru-r2.org/directory/</u></font></font></font></&#92;
a><font color="#000000"> </font><font color="#000000"><font
face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="4">There is one change that
concerns me deeply. Currently, 40M narrow band modes are used from 7,000
KHz to 7,125 KHz. The proposal is to cut this down to a 40 KHz section
from 7,000 KHz to 7,040 KHz. Please get involved by voicing your
opinion! Please share this information with all your amateur radio
friends ASAP! Very 73 de KU4GW</font></font></font>
Could we please utilize Plain Text for messages to this list? Not all
of us use graphical mail programs (not having used one for well over a
decade, I see no reason to go back) nor do we read the messages
exclusively through the Web interface.

Thank you.

72, de Nate >>

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