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Re: Re: Galileo project.

The Galileo transmission is spread spectrum (extreme
broadband), so narrowband jammers like SSB or CW may
not be an issue, unless the receiver is nearby the
amateur transmitter and the front end is overloaded.

In the US the 23cm band is secondary allocation for
hams, and it is the same in most parts of the world.

73, Marc N2UO

--- Cliff Buttschardt <k7rr@arrl.net> wrote:

> Trevor M5AKA wrote:
> > 1260-1300 MHz was a battle that was lost a couple
> of years ago.
> > 
> > It is inevitable that in 5 years time when the
> system is fully 
> > operational we will see a proliferation of
> receivers for Galileo when 
> > that time comes I'm sure there will be an impact
> on Amateurs being able 
> > to transmit between 1260-1300. An Amateur
> transmitting in this band will 
> > block any Galileo receivers in the vicinity. Since
> "safety critical" 
> > uses for Galileo will be developed protecting the
> receivers will 
> > inevitably have precidence over Amateur operation.
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