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[aprssig] Part 97 etc.

Scott Miller scott at opentrac.org
Tue Oct 21 05:13:44 UTC 2008


I don't think anyone's forgetting about non-US hams, but Part 97 sets 
the minimum requirements we've got to meet here.  If things are less 
restrictive elsewhere, that shouldn't be a problem.  If they're more 
restrictive, it would be useful to know that.

Scott
N1VG

Jan T. Pharo wrote:
> Jack Cavanagh <cjcav at cox.net>, Mon, 20 Oct 2008 17:24:59 -0400
> 
>>USA  amateur regulations
>>http://www.arrl.org/FandES/field/regulations/news/part97/
> 
> That's an OK link, which I probably would need to know about if I
> should travel to USA and operate an amateur radio station there.
> 
> Trouble is that many in their postings are writing that they refer to
> some rule, but not saying that the rule goes for radio amateurs
> operating in e.g. USA. They probably think that every other list
> member is living and operating in the same country as themselves, or
> are forgetting that the rules and regulations for their particular
> country are known by all amateurs world-wide.
> 





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