OPPOSE RM-11306 are we confused??

Peter A Markavage pmarkavage at JUNO.COM
Mon Feb 6 17:20:12 EST 2006

160 meters is a lot less populated then most of the other bands; hence
there is a lot less mayhem. Although there have been numerous times when
AM signals fire up nearby(within the pass-band) of SSB stations and vice
versa. Give 160 the propagation and quantity of signals of 75 or 20
meters and then tell me everything is "happy" in "perfectville".

Pete, wa2cwa

On Mon, 6 Feb 2006 16:35:09 -0500 "Todd, KA1KAQ" <ka1kaq at GMAIL.COM>
> On 2/6/06, Peter A Markavage <pmarkavage at juno.com> wrote:
> > Early on the CTT touted their RM-11305 proposal. However, early on 
> it
> > also probably became clear to them there wasn't much support for 
> it so,
> > to get a bigger bang, I quess, they and their supporters, are 
> putting all
> > their efforts to kill the ARRL proposal. i.e. It's an ARRL 
> proposal; it
> > can't be good for us.
> Nah, I disagree (except for the 'ARRL baaad' part). And I have more
> faith in my fellow hams overall I guess than either of you. It's
> amazing that on 160 meters where there is no 'special treatment',
> mayhem still hasn't broken out. Yet other bands that have subbands
> seem to be a problem. Makes me think of the higher crime rates in
> states with more gun laws. But why cite the obvious, when there's 
> so
> much hand-wringing about the 'what ifs' to be done? You have to 
> wonder
> how other amateurs throughout the rest of the world manage to 
> conduct
> themselves as anything other than savages according to the mayhem
> theory. I bet what we really need is more regulation of 160 meters, 
> to
> keep the 'jungle' at bay. (o:
> de Todd/'Boomer'  KA1KAQ

This list is a public service of the City of Tempe, Arizona

Subscription control - http://www.tempe.gov/lists/control.asp?list=BOATANCHORS
Archives - http://listserv.tempe.gov/archives/BOATANCHORS.html

More information about the Boatanchors mailing list