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Author Topic: Part #15 TX'ing on the 11M Int BC Band?  (Read 1278 times)

Offline ThaDood

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Part #15 TX'ing on the 11M Int BC Band?
« on: September 05, 2021, 1832 UTC »
Question... With all that mostly unused spectrum in the 11M International Broadcast band, from 25.670MHz - 26.100MHz, has anyone tried actual Part #15 tests and broadcasts there? About the only thing that I hear down there, anymore, are CB outbanders. I haven't heard those broadcast auxiliary FM stations there for a couple of years, at least. Yeah... Sucks about the Part #15 FS limit of 30uV, measured at 30M, (If I read that right.), but it would be interesting to see just how much of an area that could actually cover.   
« Last Edit: September 06, 2021, 0331 UTC by ThaDood »
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Offline RobRich

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Re: Part #15 TX'ing on the 11M Int BC Band?
« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2021, 2241 UTC »
Beyond part 15, I have inquired before about possible pirate radio activity on or near the 11m broadcast band. It is a good daytime band for at least part of the year, requires a relatively small antenna, and it is mostly vacant except for the already noted 11m CB freebanders.
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