How about 40wpm and an MSEE for a 30 day non-renewable novice ticket?
Stations must be able to distinguish b's from 6's and v's from 4's.
Who looks like he's over the hill but feels 19 (about radio anyway)
>From email@example.com (Gene A. Williamson) Fri May 24 16:55:00 1996
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Gene A. Williamson) (Gene A. Williamson)
Subject: How to find an email address
Digital Equipment maintains a World Wide Web search engine called Alta
Vista. According to PC Magazine, Alta Vista's "Web crawler" looks at
2-1/2 MILLION PAGES A DAY -- Usenet news groups also -- and indexes
*every single word* it finds.
Perhaps before you query 1000 Points of Light on a reflector you could
point your browser to
and have it look for the person's callsign. You'll see a link to a page
or newsgroup message, and can most likely find his/her address from
there. Try your own call first . . . you might be very surprised at what
73 Gene K7DBV email@example.com
Webmaster, QCWA http://www.efn.org/~qcwa
>From firstname.lastname@example.org (Swanson, Glenn, KB1GW) Fri May 24 18:08:00 1996
From: email@example.com (Swanson, Glenn, KB1GW) (Swanson, Glenn, KB1GW)
Food for thought: There's no band plan on 160--yet we seem to manage
not to run amuck there...CW , phone and AM (etc.), get along pretty well.
Not sure about the no-coder driving this IARU matter either--thought it was
Vry 73, Glenn
>From: Tony Brock-Fisher
>Is it just dawning on me, or have we all been missing the point on the CW
>thing? If the CW requirement is dropped, then there will be no reason
>to protect the CW mode with band plans. So now, all of the bands are
>available for SSB, SSTV, tuna boats, etc.
>Maybe I had the cart before the horse. Maybe increasing the amount
>of bandwidth available for SSB etc is the driving force behind the