I attended the Hornsea rally today and was astounded to find that there
was a book on a stand priced at nearly £15 something to do with LF.
Think what the Hardback copy would cost.
We all know that technology is moving rapidly these days and is soon out
of date in a few months
time, therefore most of the content was out of date as far as I am
concerned by the time it was published.
Who is making all the money ?
If anyone wants to get started on LF and they contact me I will give
them all the up to date info that they require and free of charge about
anything LF to get started at minimum cost for equipment, antennas etc.
With 21 countries worked two way on 136 khz and 157 worked on 160 metres
I think I am in a position to offer the necessary advice and at no cost
for the information.
There are also others with web sites that have state of the art designs
for transmitters and accessories.
The choice is yours, an expensive comic or free advice to achieve the