Another spectrum grab... 6G

Discussion in 'General Announcements' started by W1BR, Aug 9, 2023.

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  1. KC3EWA

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    Star Trek: Tangy Onion Sauce
  2. W9YW

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    Means: Terms Of Service, and I don't see any violation so far.

    73 Tom W9YW
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  3. WR2E

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    The bald headed end of a broom works pretty good too!
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  4. K0UO

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    I will never end.
    That is why we need a very strong Lobbying group in DC.

    73 from,
    The K0UO " Rhombic Antenna Farm" 2miles of wire in the Air & On the AIR daily
  5. W1BR

    W1BR Ham Member QRZ Page

    As usual, an interesting topic is being turned into CRAP by the usual wags.
  6. N4RLW

    N4RLW Ham Member QRZ Page

    Hmmm, what will that do to the many users of PtP networking? I for one use 6 ghz for my PtP setup.
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  7. K1IO

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    6 GHz is very safe. It is also very crowded. The Part 101 frequencies are widely used and while the mobile folks wanted the upper 6 band, which is mobile in some of Europe, it is heavily used here by public safety and ain't goin' nowhere. Now that the FCC has allowed an unlicensed non-interfering low-power (or AFC-controlled) underlay, there will be a zillion devices there too.

    The ham frequencies are in the 5.65-5.925 range, and that is very widely used for unlicensed, with C2VX automotive getting 5895-5925 now. Hams are secondary but we do have the right to blast through. Plenty of unlicensed gear to play with, too, though the limits on US-approved Part 15 gear may make it harder for hams to modify. "Yes, this is for export." :)

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