I thought they were limited to 1.8000 MHz on the 160m band. No?

Whatever the case --after reading the related recent posts here-- all the
fuss, fuming and fulminating over a *temporary* carrier --on whatever
frequency they transmit-- seems to be much ado about nothing.

73, Mike

On Feb 13, 2018 3:15 PM, "Brian Pease" <bpea...@myfairpoint.net> wrote:

I read their experiment.  They will transmit only a CW (unmodulated) signal
for the minimum time needed to complete a field strength reading.  The only
frequency where they will run 1000W "radiated" is 1710kHz.  On other freqs
they plan to run 100W "radiated" & try to avoid interfering with us.

On 2/13/2018 3:36 PM, Roger Kennedy wrote:

> But aren't any of you guys worried about the fact that their licence allows
> them to transmit ANWHERE within Top Band?
> This could be some horrible wideband signal that generates a lot of QRM !
> Roger G3YRO
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