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Re: LF: Trans Atlantic

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Subject: Re: LF: Trans Atlantic
From: Mitch Powell <[email protected]>
Date: Sat, 25 Dec 2004 20:37:47 -0500
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 Since the FCC has not allocated 136 for the amateur service, the question is would the sponsoring organizations recognize an experimental Part 5 U.S. station contacting a European amateur station as a valid contact?

Hi Warren
I would like to know whether there have been changes in your licensing
permit. I had been prepared for lots of QSOs on 137, having "beaconed" there
for the past several years. However - I have temporarily pulled the switch after
hearing it would be impossible - ie. you could only QSO with similarly licensed
U.S. stations.   The Cdn permit allows QSOs, so it was disappointing to hear
that information.

By the way, copied you 24 hours straight here in London this week.... let ARGO
"capture" you and John and XDW / XFX for the 24 hour period - interesting
day-night propagation !

73 and Happy Christmas

Mitch  VE3OT
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