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  1. I'm wondering what kind of antenna restrictions you have where you live, regardless of whether you are in a house, an RV or an apartment.
  2. Or at least, the FCC. After nearly 50 years of not collecting fees, and now that the licensing system is automated, and now the FCC no longer has to pay for examiners, and now that the FCC incurs very little expense to oversee the Amateur Radio Service, it's decided it needs to collect a $35 license fee. I suppose I'm not surprised, but I am concerned. You see, radio frequencies are a commodity and hams have enjoyed a free ride because the FCC has valued our contributions to public service and the research and development of new technologies. But now, apparently, its attitude has changed. Thirty-five bucks for a ten year license is not that big a deal for most of us. Yet what is the likelihood that, in a few years, it becomes $35/10year/band usage? For those of us who only operate on one or two bands, that'd probably still be no big deal. But I'm just wondering how such a slippery slope could affect Amateur Radio. You can read Part 97 in its entirety and never find the word "hobby." We are a service - the FCC defines us as such. Perhaps we should remind the Commission of that fact.
  3. A DX Zone page dedicated exclusively to multiple bandplans worldwide.
  4. ARRL official bandplan page. As defined on their site, 'a band plan refers to a voluntary division of a band to avoid interference between compatible modes.
  5. The three IARU regional organizations develop band plans to offer guidance to radio amateurs on how the different operating interests and modes of emission can be best accommodated in the limited spectrum available. Observing band plans is good amateur operating practice. In most cases observance is voluntary although some administrations incorporate the band plan for their region into national regulations. Also, many contest sponsors require that competitors adhere to band plans. Of course, if a band plan conflicts with national regulations the national regulations must be observed.
  6. The three IARU regional organizations develop band plans to offer guidance to radio amateurs on how the different operating interests and modes of emission can be best accommodated in the limited spectrum available. Observing band plans is good amateur operating practice. In most cases observance is voluntary although some administrations incorporate the band plan for their egion into national regulations. Also, many contest sponsors require that competitors adhere to band plans. To the extent possible, the IARU R2 band plan is harmonized this with those of the other regions. It is suggested that Member Societies, in coordination with the authorities, incorporate it in their regulations and promote it widely with their radio amateur communities. Of course, if a band plan conflicts with national regulations the national regulations must be observed.
  7. Band plans exist to guide radio amateurs on the optimum use of spectrum. For effective communications by radio, consideration is needed of many different types of transmission modes available today. Many of these do not comfortable share spectrum with other modes and so spectrum is used optimally if there is some segregation of modes. IARU Member Societies contribute to the development and maintenance of bandplans.
  8. A great tool to lookup your amateur radio 'neighbors'.
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