QO100 - please be careful!

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G7JTT
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Re: QO100 - please be careful!

Post by G7JTT » Mon Jun 21, 2021 5:30 pm

To be given this opportunity to meet so many people from around the world on a mode that normally would not extend to these distances, for just a few to potentially have this service removed I find very sad.

In the time QO100 has been available DATV has seen leaps forward in what can and can't be done. Key players have been able to collaborate via QO100. If we lose this service it'll be an embarrassment to all the Amateur's who help secure this opportunity, the years of negotiation and planning that went into getting us where we are today. So please don't spoil it for us KEEP THE POWER DOWN !

73 John G7JTT

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Re: QO100 - please be careful!

Post by g4hjw » Tue Jun 22, 2021 8:18 am

Trouble is John that you're talking to the converted, I think (or I certainly hope so).

G7JTT
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Re: QO100 - please be careful!

Post by G7JTT » Tue Jun 22, 2021 11:05 am

Agree Mike, I wonder if there could be a way to record excessive over power transmission's ? If so could the individual's be wrote too to inform them of the dangers of over power, if this doesn't work maybe write to the regulator with in their country to inform them of the bad practice ?

73 John

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