[RTTY] List of Experimental Licenses Reveals Interesting HF Data Comm Experiments
plaws0 at gmail.com
Fri Jan 16 15:40:23 EST 2015
On Fri, Jan 16, 2015 at 2:26 PM, Eric Rosenberg
<ericrosenberg.dc at gmail.com> wrote:
> From TV Technology
> Doug Lung's RF Report
> 10/1/14 to 10/31/14, license WH2XCI was granted to The MITRE Corporation to
> operate in the 2505.00 - 4100.00, 4210.00 - 4995.00, 5005.00 - 6210.00,
> 6320.0 - 8250.00, 8450.00 - 9995.00, 10005.00 - 12200.00, 13500.00 -
> 14990.00 and 15010.00 - 16000.00 kHz bands to test HF communications at
> fixed locations in Bedford and Worcester in Massachusetts and Oneida and
> Rome in New York.
Some of these bands ... so familiar ... where have I seen them?
Ah, yes. Here we go:
> waveforms, up to 1 MHz." The researchers' note: "we understand that this
> wideband waveform may run up against other users and possibly cause
> interference. We plan to transmit at as low a power as possible and on a
> not-to-interfere basis."
> frequency and bandwidth. The license includes a condition stating "Licensee
> should be aware that other stations may be licensed on these frequencies
> and if any interference occurs, the licensee of this authorization will be
> subject to immediate shut down." MITRE application shows the equipment
I suspect that this will "kill" amateur radio in the way that the NWS'
70-cm vertical wind profilers did.
Peter Laws | N5UWY | plaws plaws net | Travel by Train!
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