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tt$e 30 additional channels from I <14,12 to 141.99 at id still cooperate with the plan. The 2 -meter IJX em and sidebonders might not consider all this as cooperating with them, however,
To avoid intermodulation and other r 1 -type problems, I would suggest taking one line per area (02, I 7, 32, 47, etc.) for use. Thai is, Sacramento use one line, Stockton another, Modesto a third, and so on,
I can visualize the situation getting lo be like lhe AM broadcast band in a few years with the low-level machines, high-level machines, etc., all demanding room and some QRM protection. The broadcast band is divided into three types of channels (clear, regional, local) for service to the intended geographical areas. If the amateurs can work something out by cooperating with each other it will forestall the day when the government and Mr, Walker will step in and take care of the situation for us,
I have found one location where monitor ing 94 can be fun. That's Winnemucca, Nevada. There are three (3) licensed amateurs there, W7jZ says he can monitor the frequency all day and hear only a few voices from time to time as people drive through town and mash down on the PTT to see if anybody is around. After a 10-minute QSG, the mobile has driven out of range, Joe says you meet a lot of interesting people that way* . - .WA6CPP
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