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[aprssig] Sky Ccommand...

John Habbinga kc5zrq at gmail.com
Sat Feb 17 15:23:22 UTC 2007

I believe that the rules were recently changed.  I notice that 97.201(b) 
says, "An auxiliary station may only transmit on the 2 m and shorter 
wavelength bands, except the 144.0-144.5 MHz, 145.8-146.0 MHz..."  So 
operation above 146 MHz should be legal.

I think that the rule changes are described in the December 2006 issue of 
QST magazine, but I can't find my issue right now, so I'm not certain.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Robert Bruninga" <bruninga at usna.edu>
Subject: RE: [aprssig] Sky Ccommand...

>> Didn't the FCC rule SkyCommand illegal in the US?
> Along with the recent FCC rules eliminating CW, they also
> approved Sky Command II.
> (I think).  The problem is finding a 2m frequency on which to
> link the audio...
> Normally you keep the 2m link at 5 watts or so to keep it local
> and from overheating your finals.
> Bob, WB4APR

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