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Re: LF: What is it?

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Subject: Re: LF: What is it?
From: "Stewart Bryant" <[email protected]>
Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2001 10:20:16 +0100
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gii3kev wrote:


Walter Blanchard wrote:

 At 08:17 26/10/01 Friday, G3YMC wrote:
................................................................................ Ideally these
transmissions should be in the 'test' area of the agreed band plan below 136.0.

Problem is I'm using the MB7LF relay for seeing what happens and
it doesn't relay sigs below 136 very well (pace Derek!).

I did say it would turn out to be a plaything for some!!!!!!!!!! What does G3GRO and his buddies think now?????? certainly not what they said it was for, not to mention the RSGB licence holder and the RA.
1)  I am the person responsible to the RA for the correct operation of this system, and
not G3GRO. Any finger pointing should be directed at me and not at him.

2) Technically pulling the system together was accomplished by G3GRO, and he
should be given full credit for that achievement.

3) The very first thing that the RA said to me when I approached them about this project
was that their goal was to encourage experimentation, and so I would expect them to be
pleased that it is encouraging just that.

4) The system is experimental and we know that it has limitations. The whole point of the
licience and the experiment is to learn how to build a better system.

Stewart G3YSX


The wobbly osc should be cured soon (why does an osc wobble when
it's got three buffers between it and the load?)

When are you going to come on and work all of us Walter?

When my Morse receive abilities are good enough to follow
25 wpm!  I haven't used Morse for 30 years.
(stand by for a blast from you-know-who)

Walter G3JKV

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