I suspect that all who particpated in the original networking of ideas and
thoughts to progress and co-ordinate LF experimentation will endorse Peter's
comments. Peter was generous enough to host the RSGB LF Group, as the
informal networking group was called, on blacksheep.org. We owe him a dept
I personally don't derive any pleasure in seeing the level of intolerance on
this reflector. Some of the group don't get free download, like myself at
the moment, so it's an additional annoyance to have to pay to read the
exchanges. If the usage of the list doesn't improve I may be forced to ask
for a volunteer to act as moderator, or even ask Peter to close it. That
would be a pity.
Can we please get back to the hobby and accept that there is wide scope for
experimentation, operating, re-learning and some fun!
From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]]On
Behalf Of Peter Bowyer
Sent: Wednesday, April 12, 2000 06:02
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: LF: Re: TransAtlantic II, test notice - announcement
I don't normally post here, but....
G3KEV wrote :-
> Secondary any other mode that one cares to use with their own
> commercial antenna farms are totally non amateur radio.
Why so intolerant? The Decca experimentors are radio amateurs, taking
advantage of the unique availability of some ex-commercial
equipment to push
further the boundaries in this area. Come on, there's room for all here?
Nobody says you have to join in if you don't want to.
If no radio amateur had ever used any ex-commercial equipment the hobby
would be somewhat poorer, I think.
> How can anyone claim any
> credit/achievement using a commercial antenna system and data systems
> chip rate detectors controlled by computers
Personally I take my hat off to the skill and knowledge of the likes of
G4JNT - again, the envelope is being pushed in another fascinating
direction. And again, if *you* don't want to do it, be our guest
There's room for all.
Reflector Keeper - blacksheep.org