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Re: FCC elevates hams to primary status, 2400-2402 MHz



If not already mentioned, amateur radio was not recognized as occupying the 
spectrum. I may have to search for that WSJ article to see what was 
reported. These days I have difficulty digesting what's in the papers. 

Patrick...KB8RTZ... 

John K9IJ writes:
> It may get worse. I ran across this on Slashdot recently. 
> 
> http://216.239.51.100/search?q=cache:s_3kW3w2WIEC:www.strohpub.com/0701fea 
> t.htm  
> 
> 
> It describes something called Part 18 RF Lighting and is subtitled, 
> 
> "A Potential "Extinction Level Event" For Communications Users Of The 2.4
> GHz Band" 
> 
> If this happens, we can write off 2.4G 
> 
>  
> 
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> 
> John Rice  K9IJ
> k9ij@vx5.com
> Webmaster, Network Admin, Janitor
> http://www.k9ij.com
> http://www.suhfars.org 
> 
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