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Revised ARRL Band Chart Available:

from The ARRL Letter, Vol 26, No 08 on February 23, 2007
Website: http://www.arrl.org/
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Revised ARRL Band Chart Available:

A new ARRL band chart reflecting all recent changes to the FCC Amateur Radio Service rules as of February 23, 2007, now is available for downloading on the ARRL Web site in either black and white or color versions http://www.arrl.org/FandES/field/regulations/bands.html. Created by ARRL Senior Technical Illustrator, Dave Pingree, N1NAS, the attractive new chart represents a major change from earlier designs. This is the same chart featured in the eight-page "Welcome" tear-out section in March QST (following page 48). The entire QST tearout also is available for downloading in PDF format http://www.arrl.org/HFWelcome/Welcome.pdf.

Source:

The ARRL Letter Vol. 26, No. 08 February 23, 2007

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Revised ARRL Band Chart a good improvement!  
by AI2IA on February 23, 2007 Mail this to a friend!
The new band chart with its inverted license class arrangement makes more sense than the older charts. It also makes clear with every glance the value of incentive licensing. With all the changes, the revision was needed and with the innovations, it certainly is an improvement. Thank you, ARRL Senior Technical Illustrator, Dave Pingree, N1NAS !
 
Revised ARRL Band Chart Available:  
by N7PZI on February 24, 2007 Mail this to a friend!
Just downloaded and printed this band plan chart. Nicely done! Now, going to laminate it and post in a conspicuous place.
 
RE: Revised ARRL Band Chart Available:  
by K4RAF on February 26, 2007 Mail this to a friend!
WOW !

7 pages of "commercial messages" & then the chart?

No wonder they need a "Sales Coordinator" !!!

$$$ is ALL they care about...
 
RE: Revised ARRL Band Chart Available:  
by K4JF on March 4, 2007 Mail this to a friend!
WHAT "7 pages of commercials"????? The link above takes you DIRECTLY to the chart. No "commercials" whatsoever.

(Maybe somebidy needs to get their spam filter checked, there are no commercials on that site.)
 
RE: Revised ARRL Band Chart Available:  
by K4RAF on March 5, 2007 Mail this to a friend!
"Maybe somebidy needs to get their spam filter checked, there are no commercials on that site"

The chart takes up all of 1 page. What are the other pages?

It is all a commercial for the ARRL & everything is for sale on that site, even a simple chart. I looked back on the last ARRL band chart & there was no where near the "promotion" to trumpet the ARRL. It was a simple PDF band chart.

Feckless...
 
RE: Revised ARRL Band Chart Available:  
by K4JF on March 6, 2007 Mail this to a friend!
"The chart takes up all of 1 page. What are the other pages? "

The page in question was the chart. The link takes you directly to the chart. There ARE no other pages to go through to get to the chart.

If you look all over the ARRL site OF COURSE you get information about ARRL. What else would you expect? Just what do you think a website is about?

(Methinks some people are really having to DIG hard to find something wrong with ARRL.)

The chart is a very nice chart with neither more nor less info than the old one, but in a nice new format. Same information about the ARRL and its services. It's already taped to my operating desk. I highly recommend this chart, especially to newcomers.
 
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