I am particularly interested in these low frequencies, especially as 137
and 73 have become just DXCC and CW operators bands. I was
considering applying to our licensing agency for a narrow allocation in
the 10 - 20 kHz part of the spectrum, or whatever is available. Perhaps
one of the spots Omega used to have may be available. Wasn't sure what
sort of bandwidth to request - 10 Hz or 1 Hz, too narrow for normal CW
anyway. And as for an ERP limit !
From: Toni[SMTP:[email protected]]
Reply To: [email protected]
Sent: 2000-04-05 19:17
To: [email protected]
Subject: LF: VLF Questions
From HB2ASB, JN36pt
I could get a special license for 8 kHz experiments from our local
authorities (100mW ERP, may be more) but I'm not sure if it's worth
effort and money.
Is there anybody else interested in VLF?
Could you get also a special permission in your country?
Do we have the chance to cover more than a few kilometers (or miles)
with our wet bamboo poles and moderate power, using QRSS?
73 de Toni
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