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To: "'[email protected]'" <[email protected]>
Subject: LF: RE: RADCOM
From: Reeves Paul <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2008 13:02:08 +0100
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And for some, spelling lessons......   
Paul    G8GJA
-----Original Message-----
From: mal hamilton [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: 18 July 2008 11:46
To: rsgb
Subject: LF: RADCOM

Latest copy.
In depth discussion about how a resistor should be represented on a cct diagram.
Boxes or squiggles !!!!!!!!
Does it matter, what is wrong with Kilocycles, condensers, and the traditional squiggle for a resistor. It seem some so called designers/engineerts and others have nothing better to do than dream up changes which are not necessary.
Also, how did we all manage in the heyday of HF radio with analogue systems, not a DIGI in sight, the world still kept spinning.
How about some good RF enigneering and less DC building blocks.
It is more challenging to use an old basic rig, ie Collins, Drake etc and enjoy natural communications methods like CW and VOICE (AM or SSB).
No complicated digital modes are necessary, just a steady sound CW fist, good symetrical ears and for some elecution lessons !!
de G3KEV

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