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Re: FO-29 [qrm possibly located]

I agree with Ricky and several of us here in Honduras have been writing
"polite notes" and asked the Radio Club Tegucigalpa, of which I am a
member, to change the frequency, but no response. Maybe some support
from all of you interested in helping could do the job. Please send your
emails to the club's secretary directly. His email address is
jmercado@hondutel.hn, HR1JMA his name is Juan Carlos Mercado or
hr1rct@qsl.net. preferably to the first address. URL is

Ricardo Denis wrote:

At 16:41 31-12-98 -0700, you wrote:
>Howdy Fm Montana - I was calling cq cw on FO-29 on the 23:30 UTC pass at 145.950 up and 435.847 down when an FM signal came on freq for about 1 minute - I moved up frequency and called again and the FM followed me up
about 10 kcs and transmitted again. Did anyone else here this FM signal

> Bill,
> it is possible that the qrm could have been caused by a 2m fm repeater that
> has been installed down here :( by the Radio Club Tegucigalpa within the
> upper 2m OSCAR sub-band...it is on 145.940 -600. i have twice written
> polite e-mail to the Club informing them as to the current 2m amateur band
> asignments for itu region 2, the consequences of employing that particular
> frequency for terrestrial purposes and the satellites currently in orbit
> operating and/or capable of operating in that sub-band. THEY ARE AWARE OF
> THOSE FACTS. however, my appeals have fallen on deaf ears and blind eyes. i
> checked with instantrak at the time you state and it is possible that this
> fm repeater is what you heard. if you or anyone on this list decide this is
> a serious enough matter that it merits an e-mail, the address of the Radio
> Club Tegucigalpa is :
> hr1rct@qsl.net
> happy new year to all.
> 73 de rick, hr2kos

= Michael W. Mulvany L.        =
= HR1MWM                       =
= P.O.Box 2500                 =
= Tegucigalpa, Honduras, C.A.  = 

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