> Well, Extra would give you only 25 khz more on most bands - all of us were
> screwed by the shrinking of the CW bands so extremely. Note that an "old"
> novice or tech-plus has the same CW priviliges as you do or as a general. A
> bigger insult was that digital was put into the cw band instead of into its
> own slot, and about half of 40 CW band is unusable at night because of all
> the dwiddling and other racket.
> From: Bwana Bob<email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: [TenTec] 600 Meters, anyone?
> To: Discussion of Ten-Tec Equipment<firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Well, since the power level is 1 or 5 W, it would probably be a T-kit.
> For a receiver, a direct conversion kit would do or an AM broadcast
> radio detuned and fitted with a BFO.
> (I'm a bit miffed by the whole thing. As an Advanced Class op, I was
> really upset at losing 3600-3700 kHz CW and 7 kHz at 600 meters is no
> compensation for that loss. I know, I should upgrade to Extra!)
> Bob WB2VUF
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