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Re: RMR Net 14.0625 2200z

Dale Putnam
 

Hi Scott... no problem... we should have called a second time? would that have been better? with the relay, I mean.

Have a great day,
 
 
--... ...-- Dale - WC7S in Wy
 
 

 

To: 4sqrp@...
From: scott.n8vcl@...
Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2013 21:54:55 -0600
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] RMR Net 14.0625 2200z

 
I heard the relay (I believe) ask for QNI, but by the time I got my act together, he was gone and nothing more was heard.
Sorry
Scott


On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 8:31 PM, WA0ITP <wa0itp@...> wrote:
 

Nor in SE IA

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72 WAØITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
www.qrpspots.com



----- Original Message -----
From: wmorrill@...>
To: 4sqrp@...>; "Dale Putnam" daleputnam@...>
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 8:26 PM
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] RMR Net 14.0625 2200z

| Dale-
| Nothing heard up here in western Montana.
| Wendell
| N7WM
|
|
| >
| >>
| >> We'll gather up this afternoon, to check on the progress of Spring... or
| >> not. Come drop by, say hi, and tell us what's happening with your
| >> antenna plans...
| >> I will match your speed, so check in with what you feel good with.If
| >> your are too fast for me... I'll ask you to pse qrs... IF I am too fast
| >> for you... you please ask me to QRS... This is a practice cw net, so
| >> don't worry so much about protocol, I only use a couple Q
| >> signals...QNI.... to ask for checkins... QRS.. to slow down.... but not
| >> the net protocol Q signals... we're not that stiff.... Just drop by and
| >> have a chat. oh.. and it is a qrp net... but ... if the band conditions
| >> are really poor... I may crank it up a bit... especially while myantenna
| >> is on the ground.
| >>
| >> Have a great day,
| >>
| >>
| >> --... ...--
| >> Dale - WC7S in Wy
| >>
| >>
| >>
| >>
|
|
|
| ------------------------------------

|
| 4SQRP Website: http://4sqrp.com
| OzarkCon is coming April 5-6 in Branson, MO
| View Details at http://www.ozarkcon.com/index.phpYahoo! Groups Links
|
|
|






--
FP #930 / Pig Rig #118 (unbuilt)
SKCC #3083
4SQRP #558
OMISS #5084


Re: RMR Net 14.0625 2200z

N8VCL
 

I heard the relay (I believe) ask for QNI, but by the time I got my act together, he was gone and nothing more was heard.
Sorry
Scott


On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 8:31 PM, WA0ITP <wa0itp@...> wrote:
 

Nor in SE IA

----------------------------------
I love this radio stuff !
72 WAØITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
www.qrpspots.com



----- Original Message -----
From: wmorrill@...>
To: 4sqrp@...>; "Dale Putnam" daleputnam@...>
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 8:26 PM
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] RMR Net 14.0625 2200z

| Dale-
| Nothing heard up here in western Montana.
| Wendell
| N7WM
|
|
| >
| >>
| >> We'll gather up this afternoon, to check on the progress of Spring... or
| >> not. Come drop by, say hi, and tell us what's happening with your
| >> antenna plans...
| >> I will match your speed, so check in with what you feel good with.If
| >> your are too fast for me... I'll ask you to pse qrs... IF I am too fast
| >> for you... you please ask me to QRS... This is a practice cw net, so
| >> don't worry so much about protocol, I only use a couple Q
| >> signals...QNI.... to ask for checkins... QRS.. to slow down.... but not
| >> the net protocol Q signals... we're not that stiff.... Just drop by and
| >> have a chat. oh.. and it is a qrp net... but ... if the band conditions
| >> are really poor... I may crank it up a bit... especially while myantenna
| >> is on the ground.
| >>
| >> Have a great day,
| >>
| >>
| >> --... ...--
| >> Dale - WC7S in Wy
| >>
| >>
| >>
| >>
|
|
|
| ------------------------------------

|
| 4SQRP Website: http://4sqrp.com
| OzarkCon is coming April 5-6 in Branson, MO
| View Details at http://www.ozarkcon.com/index.phpYahoo! Groups Links
|
|
|




--
FP #930 / Pig Rig #118 (unbuilt)
SKCC #3083
4SQRP #558
OMISS #5084


Re: N0nbd qrv San Antonio tx 7122

Johnny AC0BQ
 

Hey Paul I am on the air and listening 
Johnny AC0BQ


On Tuesday, February 19, 2013, PaulS wrote:
 

Give a shout I am trying from the 12th floor


Re: N0nbd qrv San Antonio tx 7122

WA0ITP
 

calling

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72 WA�ITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
www.qrpspots.com

----- Original Message -----
From: "PaulS" <psmith61@...>
To: <4sqrp@...>
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 8:44 PM
Subject: [4sqrp] N0nbd qrv San Antonio tx 7122


| Give a shout I am trying from the 12th floor
|
|
|
| ------------------------------------
|
| 4SQRP Website: http://4sqrp.com
| OzarkCon is coming April 5-6 in Branson, MO
| View Details at http://www.ozarkcon.com/index.phpYahoo! Groups Links
|
|
|


N0nbd qrv San Antonio tx 7122

Paul Smith
 

Give a shout I am trying from the 12th floor


RMR Net rport

Dale Putnam
 

We had a good net, with 5 checkins and we kept the freq busy for 45 in. with checkins from NJ, Mo, Ca, Wa, and MN, and NCS in Wy. Nice group, with temps of 40 - 60, but no snow, just rain in Ca.

W2SH
KG0YR
KE6IOIO
AD7BP
N0ON
 
AD7BP was hit hard with the QSB today, maybe Thurs will better for all.
with a bit of snow forecast, my antenna will likely have to wait another few days.
 
 
May the Props be EVER in Our Favor!!

Have a great day,
 
 
--... ...-- Dale - WC7S in Wy
 
 


Re: RMR Net 14.0625 2200z

WA0ITP
 

Nor in SE IA

----------------------------------
I love this radio stuff !
72 WA�ITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
www.qrpspots.com

----- Original Message -----
From: <@Wendell41>
To: <4sqrp@...>; "Dale Putnam" <daleputnam@...>
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 8:26 PM
Subject: Re: [4sqrp] RMR Net 14.0625 2200z


| Dale-
| Nothing heard up here in western Montana.
| Wendell
| N7WM
|
|
| >
| >>
| >> We'll gather up this afternoon, to check on the progress of Spring... or
| >> not. Come drop by, say hi, and tell us what's happening with your
| >> antenna plans...
| >> I will match your speed, so check in with what you feel good with.If
| >> your are too fast for me... I'll ask you to pse qrs... IF I am too fast
| >> for you... you please ask me to QRS... This is a practice cw net, so
| >> don't worry so much about protocol, I only use a couple Q
| >> signals...QNI.... to ask for checkins... QRS.. to slow down.... but not
| >> the net protocol Q signals... we're not that stiff.... Just drop by and
| >> have a chat. oh.. and it is a qrp net... but ... if the band conditions
| >> are really poor... I may crank it up a bit... especially while myantenna
| >> is on the ground.
| >>
| >> Have a great day,
| >>
| >>
| >> --... ...--
| >> Dale - WC7S in Wy
| >>
| >>
| >>
| >>
|
|
|
| ------------------------------------
|
| 4SQRP Website: http://4sqrp.com
| OzarkCon is coming April 5-6 in Branson, MO
| View Details at http://www.ozarkcon.com/index.phpYahoo! Groups Links
|
|
|


Re: RMR Net 14.0625 2200z

Wendell Morrill
 

Dale-
Nothing heard up here in western Montana.
Wendell
N7WM



We'll gather up this afternoon, to check on the progress of Spring... or
not. Come drop by, say hi, and tell us what's happening with your
antenna plans...
I will match your speed, so check in with what you feel good with.If
your are too fast for me... I'll ask you to pse qrs... IF I am too fast
for you... you please ask me to QRS... This is a practice cw net, so
don't worry so much about protocol, I only use a couple Q
signals...QNI.... to ask for checkins... QRS.. to slow down.... but not
the net protocol Q signals... we're not that stiff.... Just drop by and
have a chat. oh.. and it is a qrp net... but ... if the band conditions
are really poor... I may crank it up a bit... especially while myantenna
is on the ground.

Have a great day,


--... ...--
Dale - WC7S in Wy




Re: IARU Region 2 Seeks Input on HF Band Plan

Scotty Long <nu0s@...>
 

Yes I agree I hope to get more solder time on the K1 tonight... hard to balance building and operating.

Scotty/NU0S

Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID


Michael McShan wrote:

 

I think it is important to focus on those who will actually be involved in the decision making: the FCC, ARRL, and IARU.  Whether you like the President or not, he will probably not weigh in on this issue one way or another.


And, on a more QRP note, I just received an HB-1B from Ten Tec to play with… maybe I'll get a chance tonight.

72,
Mike N5JKY
Oklahoma City

On Feb 19, 2013, at 2:32 PM, Adrian Flynn <adrianjamesflynn@...> wrote:

 

Mean you don't trust that DICTATOR obama? Why not!
Adrian KF7DYU

On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 10:23 AM, Scotty Long <nu0s@...> wrote:
 

I put my two cents in for what it's worth in a brief e mail. I have lost faith in the government doing the right thing.

Scotty/NU0S

.



Re: IARU Region 2 Seeks Input on HF Band Plan

Michael McShan <n5jky@...>
 

I think it is important to focus on those who will actually be involved in the decision making: the FCC, ARRL, and IARU.  Whether you like the President or not, he will probably not weigh in on this issue one way or another.

And, on a more QRP note, I just received an HB-1B from Ten Tec to play with… maybe I'll get a chance tonight.

72,
Mike N5JKY
Oklahoma City

On Feb 19, 2013, at 2:32 PM, Adrian Flynn <adrianjamesflynn@...> wrote:

 

Mean you don't trust that DICTATOR obama? Why not!
Adrian KF7DYU

On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 10:23 AM, Scotty Long <nu0s@...> wrote:
 

I put my two cents in for what it's worth in a brief e mail. I have lost faith in the government doing the right thing.

Scotty/NU0S

.



Re: IARU Region 2 Seeks Input on HF Band Plan

Scotty Long <nu0s@...>
 

Sorry don't want to go political in any way that was not my intention. I just hope for positive output from our input...HI...
73/Scotty/NU0S

Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID


Adrian Flynn
 

Mean you don't trust that DICTATOR obama? Why not!
Adrian KF7DYU

On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 10:23 AM, Scotty Long <nu0s@...> wrote:
 

I put my two cents in for what it's worth in a brief e mail. I have lost faith in the government doing the right thing.

Scotty/NU0S

Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID


Don AE5K <donj@...> wrote:

 

On 02/19/2013 07:18 AM, KU4GW Cliff wrote:
>
> 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:
> http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-band-plan\
> http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-band-planhttp://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-ban\
> d-plan
> http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-band-plan>color="#000000">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
> http://www.iaru-r2.org/directory/">color="#9136ad">size="4">http://www.iaru-r2.org/directory/ > a>face="Arial, sans-serif">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
>
>

Hi Cliff,

Just what are your reasons for objection to the proposed band plan?

Don AE5K



Re: IARU Region 2 Seeks Input on HF Band Plan

Adrian Flynn
 

Mean you don't trust that DICTATOR obama? Why not!
Adrian KF7DYU

On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 10:23 AM, Scotty Long <nu0s@...> wrote:
 

I put my two cents in for what it's worth in a brief e mail. I have lost faith in the government doing the right thing.

Scotty/NU0S

Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID


Don AE5K <donj@...> wrote:

 

On 02/19/2013 07:18 AM, KU4GW Cliff wrote:
>
> 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:
> http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-band-plan\
> http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-band-planhttp://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-ban\
> d-plan
> http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-band-plan>color="#000000">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
> http://www.iaru-r2.org/directory/">color="#9136ad">size="4">http://www.iaru-r2.org/directory/ > a>face="Arial, sans-serif">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
>
>

Hi Cliff,

Just what are your reasons for objection to the proposed band plan?

Don AE5K



RMR Net 14.0625 2200z

Dale Putnam
 


>
> We'll gather up this afternoon, to check on the progress of Spring... or not. Come drop by, say hi, and tell us what's happening with your antenna plans...
> I will match your speed, so check in with what you feel good with.If your are too fast for me... I'll ask you to pse qrs... IF I am too fast for you... you please ask me to QRS... This is a practice cw net, so don't worry so much about protocol, I only use a couple Q signals...QNI.... to ask for checkins... QRS.. to slow down.... but not the net protocol Q signals... we're not that stiff.... Just drop by and have a chat. oh.. and it is a qrp net... but ... if the band conditions are really poor... I may crank it up a bit... especially while myantenna is on the ground.
>
> Have a great day,
>
>
> --... ...--
> Dale - WC7S in Wy
>
>
>
>


Re: IARU Region 2 Seeks Input on HF Band Plan (W/O HTML Coding)

 

* On 2013 19 Feb 10:29 -0600, Chuck Carpenter wrote:
Cleaned up the message a little to help readabiltiy...
Thanks, Chuck.

At 07:18 AM 2/19/2013, you wrote:

TheARRL 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:
"http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-band-plan&#92;"
ITU Region2 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
"http://www.iaru-r2.org/directory/"
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
I don't see the need for alarm as SSB is already quite prevalent above
7040 kHz and has been for years. Most of it that we hear on 40m comes
from this hemisphere and we've learned to deal with it.

In my humble opinion, it is well past time that we in the US drop this
Incentive Licensing based band regulations. We are not in harmony with
the way the rest of the world uses the bands any more. Shoot! we here
in the US do not use about 35 to 40 kHz of prime 20m spectrum due to our
assinine band regulations that no one sees fit to change! I really do
think that the artificial limits on phone operation and digital
operations do not serve us well today and have outlived their
usefulness. I know a lot of people won't like my opinion. But it's
past time that we, the operators on the air, should determine how best
to accomodate our operations and not arbitrary regulations.

Somehow we all seem to coexist on 160m which should be a model for the
rest of our bands.

72, de Nate >>

--

"The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all
possible worlds. The pessimist fears this is true."

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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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possible worlds. The pessimist fears this is true."

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Re: IARU Bandplan Comments to ARRL

Don Jackson
 

On 02/19/2013 09:45 AM, WA0ITP wrote:

I responded earlier this morning after seeing a note on the Flying Pigs
reflector. My comments are here
http://www.wa0itp.com/IARU%20Bandplan%20Comments%20to%20ARRL.rtf pse feel free
to use any of them in your response.

If we dont speak up, 40M will look like 80M, i.e. almost no room for CW.
Hi Terry and the rest following this,

First off, Terry, be very careful in quoting the FCC rule on minimum power as it can (and has been) interpreted two ways (by QRO ops) and used against us.

� 97.313 Transmitter power standards. (a) An amateur station must use the minimum transmitter power necessary to carry out the desired communications.

So if you are running 5 watts on CW and the receiving station cannot quite hear you, this rule REQUIRES you to "up" your power. It REQUIRES you "must use minimum power necessary", so if you are using too little (less than "minimum"), you are in violation of 97.313(a).

Before everyone jumps on me for this, I agree that it was not the intent, but the way it is worded, well, what can I say? And if you don't get it, I'm saying the above with tongue in cheek.

Also before many on this list get up tight about this proposal, remember that the IARU is a volunteer organization, non-governmental, that is a cooperative between hams in 3 different areas of the world. As has been pointed out, some countries (for example, Panama) has no federal regulations as to use of modes in ham bands, i.e., no provision for phone bands, cw, etc. In our country, the FCC rules restrict us, but NOT the band plans do not. There has been only one instance that I am aware of where the FCC has used our voluntary band plan in an enforcement procedure, and that involved deliberate interference.

I am NOT at all defending the proposed band plan under consideration. However, I don't see it much different than practice today. Note the use of the words "ALL MODES" on 40 meters below 7125. Maybe I'm wrong, but I interpret that as accepting CW as legitimate on any frequency below 7125. And in case you didn't think about it, CW is not the only QRP mode! I ran less than 5 watts on PSK31 for years, including on our 80 meter Wednesday night net.

I am also in agreement with you Terry on the FCC actions (NOT band plans) expanding the phone bands over the years. It was not band plans or the IARU that caused this -- it was the vocal majority of hams who operate phone QRO and give ham radio a bad rap especially on 75 meters.

One thing all of us should remember, this is just a proposal, subject to change. However, if you don't like it, you are wasting your bits and bytes just saying "I don't like it" and the reason why. To be effective in your comments submitted you need to tell them what you would change and how it should be changed. The comment period is not a poll or vote, but a chance to shape the proposal the way you'd like it.

Nice idea about QRP "window" and comparing with DX window. But where would you propose it be put? That's important to a committee to have something more concrete, that way they can concentrate of where to put this window rather than to have one in the plan.

As one of the guys on the QRP-L list says, "back in my hole"...

73, Don AE5K


Re: Battery Day!

jonwells88
 

Steve,

There's a very interesting museum dedicated to Volta in Como, Italy - on the shore of the lake. You can see many of the materials he used in his experiments and information about his life. Since there aren't many visitors to this museum, the staff have plenty of time to answer questions and are very helpful. I posted a few photos in the Group photos section.

Jon, K6DAT

--- In 4sqrp@..., "Steve" <wa0pwk@...> wrote:

Everyone knows it's President's Day, but did you know it's also Battery Day?

Today is Alessandro Volta's birthday. He was born on this day in 1745 and is credited with the first electrochemical battery for producing DC back in 1800. The 'Voltaic Pile' was a battery consisting of alternating disks of silver and zinc separated by cardboard soaked in sulfuric acid. The invention led to moving away from 'static' electricity which had dominated electrical research for decades. Much of the chemical research of the 19th century was for the improvement of battery technology, especially after the invention of the telegraph which depended on it.

The term "battery" was coined by Benjamin Franklin about 50 years before the voltaic pile when he likened a group of Leyden Jars (early capacitors) to a 'battery' of cannons.

73 de Steve WA0PWK


IARU Bandplan Comments to ARRL

WA0ITP
 

I responded earlier this morning after seeing a note on the Flying Pigs
reflector. My comments are here
http://www.wa0itp.com/IARU%20Bandplan%20Comments%20to%20ARRL.rtf pse feel free
to use any of them in your response.

If we dont speak up, 40M will look like 80M, i.e. almost no room for CW.

----------------------------------
I love this radio stuff !
72 WA�ITP
www.wa0itp.com
www.4sqrp.com
www.qrpspots.com


Re: IARU Region 2 Seeks Input on HF Band Plan

Scotty Long <nu0s@...>
 

Insert (Organization, entity) what ever works HI...

Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID


Don AE5K wrote:

 

What government? No government involved on this.

On 02/19/2013 09:23 AM, Scotty Long wrote:
>
> I put my two cents in for what it's worth in a brief e mail. I have
> lost faith in the government doing the right thing.
>
> Scotty/NU0S
>
> /Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID/
>
>
> Don AE5K donj@...> wrote:
>
> On 02/19/2013 07:18 AM, KU4GW Cliff wrote:
> >
> > 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:
> > http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-band-plan\
> http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-band-plan>>
> http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-band-planhttp://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-ban\
> http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-ban>> d-plan
> >
> http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-band-plan>color="#000000">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
> >
> http://www.iaru-r2.org/directory/">color="#9136ad">size="4">http://www.iaru-r2.org/directory/ > > a>face="Arial, sans-serif">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
> >
> >
>
> Hi Cliff,
>
> Just what are your reasons for objection to the proposed band plan?
>
> Don AE5K
>
>


Re: IARU Region 2 Seeks Input on HF Band Plan

Don Jackson
 

What government? No government involved on this.

On 02/19/2013 09:23 AM, Scotty Long wrote:

I put my two cents in for what it's worth in a brief e mail. I have lost faith in the government doing the right thing.

Scotty/NU0S

/Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID/


Don AE5K <donj@...> wrote:

On 02/19/2013 07:18 AM, KU4GW Cliff wrote:

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:
http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-band-plan&#92;
<http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-band-plan>> http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-band-planhttp://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-ban&#92;
<http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-ban>> d-plan
http://www.arrl.org/news/iaru-region-2-seeks-input-on-hf-band-plan>color="#000000">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@... <mailto:bandplan2013%40arrl.org>
Other member nations of ITU Region 2
can get the contact info for their ITU go to person at
http://www.iaru-r2.org/directory/">color="#9136ad">size="4">http://www.iaru-r2.org/directory/</&#92;
a>face="Arial, sans-serif">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

Hi Cliff,

Just what are your reasons for objection to the proposed band plan?

Don AE5K