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Lucifer
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Wed Feb 27, 2019 4:45 am   



The aus.radio.amateur group is nearly dead so;

In the current radio amateur LCD;


Quote:
Operating an amateur advanced station in the frequency band
135.7 kHz to 137.8 kHz
If a licensee operates an amateur advanced station in the frequency
band 135.7 kHz to 137.8 kHz, an antenna used with, or as a part of,
the station must not have a radiated power of more than 1 watt pX
EIRP.

Operating an amateur advanced station in the frequency
band 472 kHz to 479 kHz
If a licensee operates an amateur advanced station in the frequency
band 472 kHz to 479 kHz, an antenna used with, or as a part of, the
station must not have a radiated power of more than 5 watts pX EIRP.


Sounds like fun.

Lucifer
Guest

Tue Mar 12, 2019 11:45 pm   



The aus.radio.amateur group is nearly dead so;

In the current radio amateur LCD;


Quote:
Operating an amateur advanced station in the frequency band
135.7 kHz to 137.8 kHz
If a licensee operates an amateur advanced station in the frequency
band 135.7 kHz to 137.8 kHz, an antenna used with, or as a part of,
the station must not have a radiated power of more than 1 watt pX
EIRP.

Operating an amateur advanced station in the frequency
band 472 kHz to 479 kHz
If a licensee operates an amateur advanced station in the frequency
band 472 kHz to 479 kHz, an antenna used with, or as a part of, the
station must not have a radiated power of more than 5 watts pX EIRP.


Sounds like fun.

Lucifer
Guest

Sat Apr 13, 2019 9:45 am   



The aus.radio.amateur group is nearly dead so;

In the current radio amateur LCD;


Quote:
Operating an amateur advanced station in the frequency band
135.7 kHz to 137.8 kHz
If a licensee operates an amateur advanced station in the frequency
band 135.7 kHz to 137.8 kHz, an antenna used with, or as a part of,
the station must not have a radiated power of more than 1 watt pX
EIRP.

Operating an amateur advanced station in the frequency
band 472 kHz to 479 kHz
If a licensee operates an amateur advanced station in the frequency
band 472 kHz to 479 kHz, an antenna used with, or as a part of, the
station must not have a radiated power of more than 5 watts pX EIRP.


Sounds like fun.

Rheilly Phoull
Guest

Sun Apr 14, 2019 12:45 am   



On 13/04/2019 4:17 pm, Lucifer wrote:
Quote:
The aus.radio.amateur group is nearly dead so;

In the current radio amateur LCD;


Operating an amateur advanced station in the frequency band
135.7 kHz to 137.8 kHz
If a licensee operates an amateur advanced station in the frequency
band 135.7 kHz to 137.8 kHz, an antenna used with, or as a part of,
the station must not have a radiated power of more than 1 watt pX
EIRP.

Operating an amateur advanced station in the frequency
band 472 kHz to 479 kHz
If a licensee operates an amateur advanced station in the frequency
band 472 kHz to 479 kHz, an antenna used with, or as a part of, the
station must not have a radiated power of more than 5 watts pX EIRP.
Sounds like fun.

The aus.radio.amateur group is nearly dead so;


In the current radio amateur LCD;


Quote:
Operating an amateur advanced station in the frequency band
135.7 kHz to 137.8 kHz
If a licensee operates an amateur advanced station in the frequency
band 135.7 kHz to 137.8 kHz, an antenna used with, or as a part of,
the station must not have a radiated power of more than 1 watt pX
EIRP.

Operating an amateur advanced station in the frequency
band 472 kHz to 479 kHz
If a licensee operates an amateur advanced station in the frequency
band 472 kHz to 479 kHz, an antenna used with, or as a part of, the
station must not have a radiated power of more than 5 watts pX EIRP.


Sounds like fun.

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