Brian Carling bcarling at CFL.RR.COM
Mon Feb 6 16:03:37 EST 2006

On 6 Feb 2006 at 13:27, Peter A Markavage wrote:

> **** If you read my response to RM-11306, I indicated that a better
> approach is to remove the the Exemption Note, Note 1, and make each 
> > HF phone band, with the exception of 60 meters, have a max bandwidth 
> of 9 KHz. This still allows for strong band planning, and removes 
> > the AM'ers stigma of a note exemption.

Pfft yeah pull the other leg, Pete! - and this also allows wider,
noisier, nastier, (but faster) HF WInlink signals than we have 
right now. Oh and yes right in there on the phone bands too!

I would agree with this ONLY if the unattended stations were 
limited toi a very small segment on each band where they can 
play happily and jam the heck out of each other all day to 
their mindless, aluminum hearts' content!

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