Bill Harris <w7kxb@...>
Sorry for all the confusion this subject has steered up. My original reply post to you was on the subject: [WSJTX] 30 meters? which I have pasted below, and I don't see any reference to 160 and 80 meters.
I was just trying to correct your conception that; you and me, are primary users. Somehow I translated that to mean ; you and me have Primary Status. Again, sorry for the confusion I have caused and ask for forgiveness and speedy judgement from my peers.
Broadband noise from Power Utility transmission lines is another subject, which has been well discussed, of which I mostly agree with.
You all have a good week and a Happy Thanksgiving Thursday to those of you honoring it.
de Bill-w7kxb . .
Mike AB7ZU wrote on: Sat, 17 Nov 2012 16:31:11
Date: Sat, 17 Nov 2012 16:31:11 -0700
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] 30 meters?
Jeez Steve..... You seem to have one of those cases that is truly a worst case scenario..... Can't catch a break anywhere. I wish the FCC had a stronger enforcement arm and by that I mean guys with guns who possess no sense of humor. These power companies are radiating on frequencies that interfere with the primary users (you and me) in a most cavalier way. This would seem, to anyone with half a brain, to be something the FCC would jump with all their feet.
Date: Sun, 18 Nov 2012 06:58:35 -0700
Subject: Re: [WSJTX] 30 Mtrs Primary User
Bill and Don, you are both wrong..... I wasn't speaking about 30 meters at all...... My discussion has mostly been to Steve concerning 160 and 80 meters. However, the power company isn't a spectrum user at all and is operating an ILLEGAL SPARK GAP TRANSMITTER on the entire radio spectrum, of which we are a primary user on most of our bands..... But in the case of 30 meters we are STILL users and the power company IS NOT!
There..... Clear this time?
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