[amsat-bb] Re: AMSAT Symposium News Posted to the Web
W4ART Arthur Feller
afeller at ieee.org
Thu Oct 15 07:22:47 PDT 2009
Specific information is available on line. Here's the text.
US7 In the band 420–450 MHz and within the following areas, the peak
envelope power output of a transmitter employed in the amateur service
shall not exceed 50 watts, unless expressly authorized by the FCC
after mutual agreement, on a case-by-case basis, between the District
Director of the applicable field office and the military area
frequency coordinator at the applicable military base. For areas (e)
through (g), the appropriate military coordinator is located at
Peterson AFB, CO.
(a) Arizona, Florida, and New Mexico.
(b) Those portions of California and Nevada that are south of latitude
(c) That portion of Texas that is west of longitude 104° W.
(d) Within 322 km (200 miles) of Eglin AFB, FL (30°30′ N, 86°30′
W); Patrick AFB, FL (28°21′ N, 80°43′ W); and the Pacific Missile
Test Center, Point Mugu, CA (34°09′ N, 119°11′ W).
(e) Within 240 km (150 miles) of Beale AFB, CA (39°08′ N, 121°26′
(f) Within 200 km (124 miles) of Goodfellow AFB, TX (31°25′ N,
100°24′ W) and Robins AFB, GA (32°38′ N, 83°35′ W).
(g) Within 160 km (100 miles) of Clear, AK (64°17′ N, 149°10′ W);
Concrete, ND (48°43′ N, 97°54′ W); and Otis AFB, MA (41°45′ N,
So, 435-438 MHz is available with limited output power. No limit on
antenna again, that I see.
I hope this helps.
W4ART Arlington VA
On 15-Oct-2009, at 9:56 AM, Bob McGwier wrote:
> Did I ever tell you about the time I cranked 130w on 435 in
> R.I. and I received an admonishing phone call from OTIS, AFB asking me
> if I was on the air, reminding me of the limitations and my obligation
> to warn them? I hope I was not the cause of a false alarm, but I
> know. I had never spoken to them and didn't even know about the
> exclusion zones. This was ancient days, right after AO-10 was
> launched. I don't know the state of the rules or enforcement today
> that caused some consternation let me tell you. Fred at least has the
> obligation to ask what the rules are currently.
> Ben Jackson wrote:
>> Sanford, Fred wrote:
>>> I hope that AMSAT NA does not use an 70cm uplink, because that band
>>> is not available for transmitting in all areas of the US. I live
>>> near Cape Cod, MA and 70cm is not available for transmitting because
>>> of PAVE PAWS.
>> Hi Fred:
>> I don't think PAVE PAWS prohibits transmission, it only affected
>> repeater operation. At least I haven't heard anything regarding that,
>> and I was fairly active on 70cm until last Monday when W1WNS/R was
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