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Is it legal for a no code tech to operate SSB Phone 10 M?

Oct 31st 2012, 00:04

N8PIO

Joined: Apr 4th 1998, 00:00
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Is it legal for a no code tech to operate SSB Phone on the 28.300 – 28.500 sub band? This is the first time I have looked for any answers here, I hope I am in the right area. 73 Ron.
Oct 31st 2012, 04:27

K0STK

Joined: May 14th 2011, 20:53
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Quote by N8PIO
Is it legal for a no code tech to operate SSB Phone on the 28.300 – 28.500 sub band?


http://www.arrl.org/files/file/Hambands_color.pdf shows that 28.300 to 28.500 is usable by Novice and Technician licensees subject to a power limit of 200W.

The table at the bottom of http://www.arrl.org/frequency-bands (Part 97.301 - Authorized frequency bands) shows the bands authorized for a station having a control operator who has been granted an operator license of Novice Class, Technician Class, or Technician Plus Class.

Neither of these references make any mention of "no code".
Nov 2nd 2012, 03:33

KB0HAE

Joined: Apr 4th 1998, 00:00
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Hi. Since morse code testing was dropped, there is no difference in privileges between those who were Technician and Technician Plus. When morse testing was dropped, the two became just Technician, and all Technicians have the same privileges.

So yes, you can operate SSB voice between 28.3Mhz and 28.5Mhz, limited to 200 watts PEP power outout. 10 meters has been open lately.
May 27th, 23:57

K6PDG

Joined: Aug 24th 2012, 18:56
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Quote by K0STK

That chart appears to have moved to http://www.arrl.org/files/file/Regulatory/Band%20Chart/Hambands_color.pdf and can be printed in several color schemes or ordered from http://www.arrl.org/graphical-frequency-allocations

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