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Re: LF: ROS 503.600kHz beacon

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Subject: Re: LF: ROS 503.600kHz beacon
From: "James Moritz" <[email protected]>
Date: Sun, 2 May 2010 21:24:08 +0100
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Dear Graham, Mal, LF Group,

Getting some decodes of G0NDB, including at the lower power level:

RX1: <20:02 UTC> <-99.6 Hz> <G0ND[]HOTMAIL.COM> <STOP> <-34 dB>

RX1: <20:06 UTC> <-99.6 Hz> BE=Z6HOB.\=L.CH#[email protected]# <STOP> <-35 dB>

RX1: <20:10 UTC> <-99.6 Hz> <[email protected]> <STOP> <-33 dB>

RX1: <20:18 UTC> <-99.6 Hz> <[email protected]> <STOP> <-19 dB>

G3KEV wrote:

...>That applies to most EU countries and the UK. This mode is illegal and a good way to terminate a licence.
Those using it are at RISK.

No it does not ... The UK licence just says the message can't be encrypted "... for the purpose of rendering the Message unintelligible to other spectrum users". Since any ROS message can be decoded by any spectrum user using the freely-available software, it can't be described as encrypted.
Cheers, Jim Moritz
73 de M0BMU

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