FCC Issues Special Transmission Authority ‘STA’ to USA experimental group for the purpose of integrating Spread Spectrum modes within the USA.
The ROS data mode project has pioneered advances in the application of data processing techniques, being made available to the amateur world, via the family of ROS data and Beacon modes , from VLF to VHF EME and is now proud to be selected by the USA experimental test group as one of the nominated data modes to be evaluated as part of there trial’s.
Phil KA1GMN has been issued the first license WF9XJD which will be activated 24:00 z 1 February,
Anyone wishing to apply for a STA or be one of the nominated receiving stations , should contact Phil directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for details of the application and experiments. Reports and QSO’s are of course, most welcome from all.
The licences are issued on a 6 month rolling basis and can be applied directly for, from the FCC : http://tinyurl.com/fccsta
The ROS project wishes the group every success with the forthcoming trials and will seek to support them in any way beneficial to there successful resolution. We also appreciatively recognise the work of Antonio Porcino, whose Chip64 mode is also selected to assist in the evaluation.
In support of the experimental group , the European ROS Club , has designed a new Award for the Experimental stations and will announce further details of supporting activity’s