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Re: ECHO Experiment #43



The rest of the world (that's the majority) doesn't have a 900MHz 
allocation.
And you'll likely loose yours shortly.


Stan wrote:

> Hello the Net:
>
> Is it appropriate to use the 902 to 928 MHz Band for a experimental 
> uplink, say FM narrowband voice modulation ?
>
> With the Space Quest Receiver,  SQRX,  with a possible 10 MHz thru 
> 1300 MHz receive capability,
> the hardware is in place to use this possible 903.500 MHz uplink.
>
> I am suggesting 903.500 MHz because I am already on this band 
> terrestrially with a DEMI 902-28 transverter
> and a HF IF rig (FT-1000MP).
>
> Possibly enable this band on only North, Central, and South American 
> passes.
>
> Thinking about experimentation.
>
> Stan, WA1ECF   FN41sr   Cape Cod,  MA
>
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> zzzzz
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