[SLVRCLIST] Fw: APPROBATION d'une coordination APPROVAL

Martin Proulx slvrclist@slvrc.org
Sun Aug 10 11:50:00 2003


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Tom Domonkos" <ve3fck@cogeco.ca>
To: "SLVRC new" <freqcoord@slvrc.org>
Cc: "Alex Harvilchuck, N3NMN" <n3nmn@unyrepco.org>; "Ben Bass"
<wnysorc_database@verizon.net>; "Rich Poczkalski" <wb2dss@localnet.com>
Sent: Saturday, August 09, 2003 5:38 PM
Subject: Fw: APPROBATION d'une coordination APPROVAL


> Martin. I have to say I agree with Ben and the multitude on this aspect.
> There is another world outside the two hundred km mark of the Montreal and
> Ottawa corridor. The rest of the country speaks the Queens English and in
> further correspondence if you do not submit in the language of lamens,
> namely English, we will be forced not to answer them. If every Airport on
> the planet can speak English, we would appreciate if you would correspond
> with the rest of the English speaking population of North America in our
> native tongue.
>
> As for the supposed coordination of 444.950, We oppose this adamantly!
This
> is one of the SNP frequencies that are used in many councils across the
> continent and it would be ludicrous to coordinate such a frequency when we
> have agreed amongst ourselves to allow two sets of pairs in each band to
be
> classified as SNP (Shared Non Protected) These pairs were designed to
allow
> clubs or individuals the opportunity to set up emergency repeaters on
these
> frequencies in times of disaster or public functions. However there have
> been those that put repeaters on these SNP pairs and operate full time
which
> is not the real intention. The problem is that they are not recognised as
> coordinated pairs and therefore do not fall under the same rules as do the
> regular coordinated frequencies. If there is a complaint about
> interference...too bad...!
> I sent all this information to you a few months ago outlining this exact
> issue. I certainly hope that you did not give a coordination out in
writing,
> as it is not worth the paper it was written on.(although that is my
> interpretation of this letter below???)
> In future would you kindly send all your information in English as no one
> here nor in Michigan nor Pennsylvania, Ohio or New York speak French! You
> are in a world of your own over there but the problem is you don't know
it!
> We must work with the neighbouring councils, but to do so, we must also do
> it in a format that is all the same...namely English.
> nuff said...
> 73 de Tom ve3lt@rac.ca
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Ben Bass, N2YDM" <wnysorc_database@verizon.net>
> To: "N3NMN" <n3nmn@unyrepco.org>; "VE3FCK" <ve3fck@cogeco.ca>; "Frequency
> Committee" <wnysorc@localnet.com>
> Sent: Saturday, August 09, 2003 18:38
> Subject: Re: APPROBATION d'une coordination APPROVAL
>
>
> > > This is WNYSORC's  Shared Non-Protected Frequency
> > > and I would deny coordination of any repeater on it.
> >
> > You may wish to plot this. I'm not sure it's close enough to us to be an
> issue.
> >
> > However, since none of us speak Frog, I have a problem with them sending
> their
> > cross coordination requests in this allegedly bi-lingual format
Frogenese.
> I
> > find their
> > format unacceptable.
> >
> > Is this a request for approval? Looks to me like they're saying, "we
> approved
> > this,
> > >
> > > ----- Original Message -----
> > > From: "SLVRC Freq. Coord." <freqcoord@slvrc.org>
> > > To: "SLVRC list" <slvrclist@slvrc.org>; "Carl Beaudry VA2CMB"
> > <va2cmb@ve2reh.net>; "Martin
> > > O'Connor VE2NTM" <ve2ntm@ve2reh.net>; "UNYREPCO" <info@unyrepco.org>;
> > "WNYSORC"
> > > <wnysorc@localnet.com>
> > > Sent: Saturday, August 09, 2003 4:12 PM
> > > Subject: APPROBATION d'une coordination APPROVAL
> > >
> > >
> > > Saint-Lawrence Valley Repeater Council  - Comité de coordination de
> > > fréquences de la Vallée du St-Laurent
> > >
> > > Notice of coordination APPROVAL - APPROBATION d'une coordination de
> > > fréquences
> > >
> > >
> > > Requested by / Requérant:                                 Emerg.
> Measures
> > > Radio Group
> > > System callsign / Indicatif d'appel du système:     VA3EMV
> > > Contact:
> Peter
> > > Gamble VE3BQP
> > > Location / Emplacement:                                    Ottawa, ON
> > > Area / Région:
> National
> > > Capital Region
> > > Coordination:
SLVRC
> > >
> > > Repeater output / Sortie du répéteur:                   444.950Mhz
> > > Repeater Input / Entrée du répéteur:                    449.950Mhz
> > > Tone output / Tone de sortie:                               136.5Hz
> > > Tone Input / Tone d'entrée:                                  none
> > > Status of coordination / État de coordination:        construction
> > > Coverage area / Région desserte:                         Must not
exceed
> > > 60km in any direction
> > >
> > > Importants notes or restrictions / Notes importantes ou restrictions:
> > > Emergency Repeater
> > > Must protect same frequency repeater system in Sodus Point, NY
> > > Must protect same frequency repeater system in Rochester, NY
> > > Must protect same frequency repeater system in Pierrefonds, Qc
> > >
> > >
> > > Any concerns about this coordination should be address to
> > > freqcoord@slvrc.org
> > > Toute question peut être envoyée à freqcoord@slvrc.org
> > >
> > > 73...
> > >
> > > Martin Proulx VE2ZVL
> > > Freq-Coord Team
> > >
> > >
> > >
> >
> >
>