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Re: LF: 137 band

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Subject: Re: LF: 137 band
From: "mal hamilton" <[email protected]>
Date: Mon, 21 Jun 2010 01:23:36 +0100
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I am only quoting how the band has been used since the beginning ie this is how it evolved. The band has been 100% CW and QRSCW until recently.
This band was not intended for spread spectrum modes to suit appliance operators. I do not recall any discussion about a RSGB band plan and the RSGB is but a small player in the world wide context. I would like to know who discussed and implemented this plan since I was never consulted and being a consistant user since the band was first licensed to radio amateurs. My last count was over 30 countries worked on normal CW world wide.
I shall be using the band in the traditional way and work DX on any frequency where it appears in the CW mode.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, June 20, 2010 7:57 PM
Subject: Re: LF: 137 band


Will you have a look at the attached RSGB band plan for 137 kHz.

You will note from that I am operating as per the official band plan in the "Non telegraphy digital modes" section - 137.400 to 137.600 kHz.

The TA section is - 137.700 to 137.800 kHz.

Only you have complained, as usual, OK.

Gary - G4WGT.

On 20 June 2010 18:35, mal hamilton <[email protected]> wrote:
Gary can u pse use the freq area around 135.7 - 136.4 kcs for data modes. The sub band 137- 137.8 is used by QRS stns UK, EU and Russia for qso acty.
The sub band 135.5 - 137 for CW acty, which leaves 135.7 - 136.4 available for data modes and avoids qrm from others.
73 de mal/g3kev

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