One last post (maybe) on this subject……….
Reframing my earlier message on the Current FCC petition RM-11953
ARRL NTX Section Members…
Knowing now that there are over twenty Fast Trading Stations already on the air and
that there have been zero complaints of amateur radio interference.
I want to reframe my earlier message about their current FCC petition. (RM-11953)
The current petition is to make these experimental stations fully licensed,
so that they may be used routinely.
There have been zero RF complaints.
Knowing, this we should all exercise calm, especially myself.
I am concerned that the ARRL has fallen in keeping us all current
on relevant topics to our members.
The league did post the following back in June of 2018
“Experiments Look to Leverage Low-Latency HF to Shave Microseconds off Trade Times”
I have found no other relevant information on the ARRL website,
using keyword search on the ARRL website.
Until the recent notice of the Proposed rule RM-11953 on ARRL website the 11th of this Month.
Twenty of these stations were not built overnight
and we have not been updated on this, RM-11953 was posted with the FCC on April 28, 2023
The ARRL posted this as a news item on their website on July 11, 2023
What occurred to cause a delay of two months in us being given information on RM-11953 ?
Knowledge is power,
it allows us to know when to voice concern and when to sit idle and remain calm.
My attempt to help inform members by referencing a YouTube post was probably not a good choice.
With the lack of information, I made that mistake.
Knowledge based on any single source should be held with skepticism.
Again, my bad.
In my effort to keep the members informed
within our ARRL Section since April 2019
as your Section Manager.
I screwed up this time, apologies.
I wish to express thanks to Jay Terleski WX0B
For sharing his in-depth knowledge on this subject with me.