From: Brad Mitchell (bmitchel@CBA.Kodak.COM)
> Spread-spectrum is fascinating, but unfortunately the FCC doesn't allow
> it below 70 cm. The ARRL's recent petition to lift many of the spread
> specutrum limits doesn't request SS privileges below 50 MHz. The concern
> is a treaty limitation forbidding use of "ciphers" on amateur HF.
> However, there's no reason not to experiment with SS CW on the higher
> bands. Perhaps something interesting would emerge.
I wonder if they would allow for an experimenters liscense on hf. I guess that
fighting international cipher treaties is beyond my scope of interest.. It
would be pretty neat to be able to turn on the old cw spreader, and select
the QRP internet sequencing algorithm and away you go.. oh well.
Good info.. thanks.. Brad WB8YGG
> Stephen Trier "Socrates was a famous Greek teacher who went
> email@example.com around giving people advice. They killed him."
> KB8PWA - Anonymous, quoted by Richard Lederer
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