Discussion in 'General Announcements' started by W1BR, Aug 9, 2023.
Star Trek: Tangy Onion Sauce
Means: Terms Of Service, and I don't see any violation so far.
73 Tom W9YW
The bald headed end of a broom works pretty good too!
I will never end.
That is why we need a very strong Lobbying group in DC.
The K0UO " Rhombic Antenna Farm" 2miles of wire in the Air & On the AIR daily
As usual, an interesting topic is being turned into CRAP by the usual wags.
Hmmm, what will that do to the many users of PtP networking? I for one use 6 ghz for my PtP setup.
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."