Peter A Markavage pmarkavage at JUNO.COM
Mon Feb 6 01:55:54 EST 2006

I was referring to a modulation index greater than 1. Under the CTT's,
RM-11305, that would be allowed, except for 60 meters. With the exception
of 60 meters, RM-11305, would allow any mode, any where, and no real
bandwidth controls on all the HF bands. Regulations would be in the form
of "jungle law".

Pete, wa2cwa

On Sun, 5 Feb 2006 16:32:21 -0800 Glen Zook <gzook at YAHOO.COM> writes:
> Any angle modulation including FM and PM is perfectly
> legal right now in any band where phone operation is
> allowed EXCEPT for the 60 meter band.  However, the
> modulation index cannot exceed 1 which means with the
> usual maximum audio frequency of 3000 Hz that the
> deviation cannot exceed +/- 3 KHz on transmitting
> frequencies below 29 MHz.
> Glen, K9STH
> --- Peter A Markavage <pmarkavage at JUNO.COM> wrote:
> Rather than opposing the petition in its entirety,
> tell the FCC what you feel needs to be changed. You
> can also express your opinion for RM-11305, any mode,
> any where; i.e. jungle law or can you picture FM
> transmissions on 75 meters

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