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Re: RS-12/13 Update



OK...I did my homework....wonder how tight the upper band edge (.300) is? 
maybe a general could sneak in on cw?

Linear Transponder RS-12 Non-Inverting (CW/SSB): 

Mode KT Uplink: 21.210 - 21.250 MHz 
Mode A Uplink: 145.910 - 145.950 MHz 
Mode KA Downlink: 29.410 - 29.450 MHz 
Mode T Downlink: 145.910 - 145.950 MHz 
Robot Uplink: 21.129 and 145.830 MHz 
Robot Downlink: 29.408 or 29.454 MHz and 145.912 or 145.958 (Beacon 
frequencies) 
Linear Transponder RS-13 Non-Inverting (CW/SSB): 

Mode KT Uplink: 21.260 - 21.300 MHz 
Mode A Uplink: 145.960 - 146.000 MHz 
Mode KA Downlink: 29.460 - 29.500 MHz 
Mode T Downlink: 145.960 - 146.000 MHz 
Robot Uplink: 21.139 and 145.840 MHz 
Robot Downlink: 29.458 or 29.504 MHz and 145.862 or 145.908 (Beacon 
frequencies) 

US Amateur 15 Meters License Allocations

Novice and Technician Plus classes: 
21.100-21.200 MHz: CW Only 
General class: 
21.025-21.200 MHz: CW, RTTY/Data
21.300-21.450 MHz: CW, Phone, Image 
Advanced class: 
21.025-21.200 MHz: CW, RTTY/Data
21.225-21.450 MHz: CW, Phone, Image 
Amateur Extra class: 
21.000-21.200 MHz: CW, RTTY/Data
21.200-21.450 MHz: CW, Phone, Image


In a message dated 02/19/2002 3:58:33 PM Eastern Standard Time, K5OE writes:

<< > Careful of your license class allocations (not you Jerry!)...this is not 
 > available to US General Class or whatever they call it these days (I 
Believe)
 > 
 > Roger
 > WA1KAT >>
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