Novice Survey

Dee Almquist w4pnt at VAIX.NET
Mon Jul 2 09:23:59 EDT 2001

Hi Bob
On this matter you mention below, I support. But I no longer belong to ARRL
(haven't for number of yrs) so they won't rx my comments. ARRL is a very
political, narrow minded organization in my opinion. And I dislike politics
anyway. Hope you can encourage a number of AM'rs to cast their opinions in
favor of AM. If it was'nt for AM & boatanchors I wouldnt be involved w /
radio in my retirement days. For boatanchors is all I do, AM in particular.
Just a comment from a "restorer" of older gear.

----- Original Message -----
From: Bob Peters <soundimp at POBOX.COM>
Sent: Friday, June 29, 2001 7:30 PM
Subject: Novice Survey

> Hi All...Just saw this in the ARRL Letter...Think that we should tell them
> to give it to the AMers
> that are out there and to make more space for us!!!!  Lets all get on the
> survey and tell them that...
> Especially since the ARRL pres doesn't like AM!!!
> Bob K1JNN/5
> The ARRL Novice Spectrum Study Committee is soliciting input from the
> amateur community on possible ways to optimize use of the present Novice
> Technician Plus allocations on 80, 40, 15 and 10 meters. Survey results
> might form the basis for the ARRL to approach the FCC and request changes
> the ways amateurs may operate within HF bands that contain Novice
> The Novice Spectrum Study survey is available to ARRL members on the Web
> <>. Members will be able
> to complete and submit the survey only once. Nonmembers are invited to
> e-mail comments and suggestions to novicesurvey at .
> Best 73's from:
> Bob Peters K1JNN
> Member Dallas Posse

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