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----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave Bowker" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 17, 2006 11:31 AM
Subject: RE: High power 2.4 GHz rules change
> The proposed change pertains to HAM Spread Spectrum above 225 MHz, and the
> power limit for ham SS under §97.311 is 100 watts, not 1000 watts. The
> proposal to eliminate the APC requirement in §97.311(d) was filed with the
> FCC by the ARRL a few months ago.
> APC is not too practical in ham environment and really has been a
> hindrance to hams experimenting with SS above 225 MHz.. The 100 watt
> power level we are limited to for SS transmissions is more than sufficient
> to achieve compatibility with other licensed users of the SS spectrum
> shared with hams, and APC is really not necessary, but rather a
> complicated and expensive limitation for ham experimentation.
> You can read more about the ARRL's proposed rules change in June 2006 QST,
> p77-79 or the proposed rule making at the FCC site, RM-11325. And I
> suggest you contact ARRL regulatory department for more info.
> 73, Dave, K1FK
> Fort Kent, ME
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