Well said and sad but true....
And then there is always 40M as a model of world wide unity of purpose
At 03:57 PM 2/24/01 +0100, Maurizio Panicara wrote:
>What sort of band plan can exist in a band that's not yet homogeneus in
>allowed space and use, and with different rights, and full with non amateur
>services, all around the world with peculiar differences ?
>The amateurs lack of realism, neglecting the problems of other areas, own
>"presumed rights" becuse of domestic band plans (not world wide rules) are
>probably a much worse behaviour than a band fullfilled of CW during a CW
>contest or with SSB signals in a SSB contest.
>Lack of patience and arrogance by presumed rights are the real penalties we
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "ragnar otterstad" <email@example.com>
>To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; "TOPBAND Reflector" <email@example.com>
>Sent: Saturday, February 24, 2001 1:57 PM
>Subject: RE: Topband: SSB Contest, CW Subband
> > How can we expect the CW subband on 160m to be respected by the pig
> > farmers, et. al., throughout the rest of the year, when it is used
> > freely and entirely during the ssb contest?
> > I had no idea this was the case. I guess I have been out of the country
> > too long.
> > It was equally bad here. D68C was smashed under strong EU SSB signals on
> > 1822 !!
> > There ought to be a penalty for not observing the band plans.
> > 73
> > Ragnar Otterstad " RAG" LA5HE Also JW5HE OZ8RO.
> > Located in Telemark - Home of Skiing.
> > Try http://www.visitTelemark.com
> > Collector of W.W.2 military radios with focus on German and Resistance
> > agent) sets, and old crypto equipment - all periods. Always interested in
> > new acquisitions.
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