> The PJ2T team spent considerable operating time transmitting below the
> American subbands on 10, 15 and 20m during this past weekends WW. We were
> astounded by the number of W's that called in as we were operating there.
> one point N8BJQ and I wondered out loud if the FCC had changed the
> on us while we were out of the country.
> Mistakes may happen at 21198, but in one case I personally remember
> morning) we were at 21135 running EU for more than a few hours. Over the
> course of that time period, dozens of U.S. stations called in. I can
> away a few stations due to the fact that their calls sounded like newer
> licensees, but there were many folks that should really have known better.
> Seems as if some of us are willing to take a chance of operating outside
> our privileges in order to pick up a multiplier. What's up with that????
> Ron, K8NZ
You're right, Ron.
Many U.S. guys called in below 21150.
Talking about 21198 - I didn't have a chance to work XX9C 'cuz Stateside
guys were calling him one after another... Lots of mistakes. :-))
P.S. VE's SSB portion of 15 m band starts on 21100.