[CQ-Contest] Current legal band plan for Thailand HS
xdavid at cis-broadband.com
Sat Oct 22 19:43:40 EDT 2016
I was just corrected ... it apparently was N6BK who said that no HS ham
respects the legal power limit there.
My mistake, Charley ... sorry.
On 10/22/2016 11:19 AM, David Gilbert wrote:
> Since you've already gone on record as saying that NOBODY in Thailand
> respects the 200 watt power limit, I'm wondering how many bother to
> respect the frequency limits.
> Dave AB7E
> On 10/21/2016 5:32 PM, Charles Harpole wrote:
>> Thailand is in mourning for His Majesty the King HS1A who passed away
>> This is the CURRENT correct information about HS/E2. Operator
>> classes are
>> beginner (xmit 2m only) and intermediate (xmit below). See
>> 1.8 to 1.825, unspecified but likely all modes.*
>> 3.5 to 3.540, phone 3.525 to 3.540.
>> 7.0 to 7.2, customary CW only on lower end.
>> WARC and above, standard IARU band plan.
>> 6 meters, No normal ops; Occasional special permit.
>> *There is no specified mode permit nor mode limit for 160m written in
>> English. I have heard CW and Phone in the listed segment with no
>> 200 watt limit all HF, all modes.
>> NEW RULES....The Thailand government office regulating ham radio,
>> NBTC, has
>> approved and signed into law on July 24, 2014 increases in permitted
>> frequencies and adds an Advanced Class with a 1KW power limit. HOWEVER,
>> regulators put this new law on hold pending "implementation" rules.
>> the new rules do not apply now. Some other changes have happened,
>> but not
>> announced in English. The band listings above apply now!
>> GL contesters. 73,
>> Charly, HS0ZCW
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