[UK-CONTEST] RSGB contests
ian at gb7mbc.net
Fri Apr 30 00:29:16 PDT 2010
Oh! Thank goodness for that, we can just ignore them then :)
On 30 April 2010 04:51, Mike Farmer <G3VAO at arrl.net> wrote:
> Have I missed a change in our regulations since when have band plans been
> PS I do agree that the advise should be headed but removing those segments
> would reduce a lot of contests and band width to the big (and wide?) signal
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Stuart M0RXX" <stuart at m0rxx.me.uk>
> To: "Ian Maude" <ian at gb7mbc.net>
> Cc: "UK Contest Reflector" <uk-contest at contesting.com>
> Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2010 12:30 PM
> Subject: Re: [UK-CONTEST] RSGB contests
> > Ian
> > Why give up? Very one is intitled to there opinion. Unless you have a
> > TV radio mic on. :(
> > The sstv could be moved after all it is only a dial twiddle but it
> > would be via the IRU as it would need to be World wide.
> > Oak trees start as acorns.
> > This is a good forum for contesting, it is a hobby let's all live
> > together peacefully and enjoy it life is to short.
> > 73
> > Stuart Southern.
> > Sent from my iPhone.
> > First Aid Saves Lives.
> > My Call Sign: M0RXX
> > Radio Amateur.
> > On 29 Apr 2010, at 07:12, Ian Maude <ian at gb7mbc.net> wrote:
> > > For the record, I cannot stand SSTV, I see absolutely no point in
> > > the mode
> > > at all! :) However, judging by the emails I have received
> > > personally, it is
> > > obvious that nothing is going to be done about this so I expect to
> > > see more
> > > and more moans and invective against contesters on forums etc. I
> > > thought we
> > > were trying to encourage contesting?
> > > However, it seems that I am (almost) on my own so I will contribute no
> > > further to this debate. Judging by the amount of responses from
> > > different
> > > posters, it is obviously pointless to continue.
> > >
> > > 73 Ian
> > >
> > > --
> > > Ian J Maude, G0VGS
> > > SysOp GB7MBC & HB9DRV-9 DX Clusters
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