A June 6, 2007 posting of a letter from ARRL Regulatory Information Specialist Dan Henderson, N1ND concerning recommendations to owners of repeaters allegedly causing interference to military radars in California and Massachusetts has stirred up considerable discussion on the eHam.net web site.
“Below is a letter from the ARRL essentially telling 104 UHF repeater operators in Northern California to reduce the output power of their repeaters to 5 watts from the transmitter, which cannot be adjusted up for system losses. This action also affects a number of repeaters in Massachusetts.” [Full story]
Cape Cod Times: “Ham radio users face military interference”
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