Yeah, it was real nice last night having all the SSB QRM covering up
PW0T on 1814 CW. Prime offender was S57M CQing, but a bunch of
stateside guys kept calling him.
On 23 Feb 2002 Joe Subich, K4IK wrote:
> The ARRL bandplan calls for keeping SSB above 1843, not 1835.
> The US stations don't belong below 1843 on SSB. Unfortunately,
> there have been several well known contest US contest ops
> flouting the bandplan.
> Perhaps Riley will issue some more enforcement notices (like
> those of September 12, 2001) for SSB operations below 1843.
> Based on those actions, it seems that bandplans are enforceable.
> ... Joe, K4IK
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> Ok guys, what is the final word on operating SSB below 1.835? I played
> around to give out a few Q's last night and found several stations CQ'ing
> below the window? Is this a gentlemens agreement or the law?
> "If it's worth doing....it's worth overdoing!"
> Mike Hance K5NZ
> Bedias, Tx
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