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Subject: LF: Re: RE: Re: R: I5TGC
From: "Dave Pick" <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 31 Jan 2003 17:31:13 -0000
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gifs are smaller for areas of solid colour, like diagrams. Jpegs are smaller
for photos.

Dave G3YXM
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Subject: LF: RE: Re: R: I5TGC


gif type files are smaller, don't really understand why it should be jpg?

J M Nøding, Kristiansand

-----Original Message-----
From: g3ldo [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: 31. januar 2003 16:11
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Subject: LF: Re: R: I5TGC

Hello Cesare

I write a column each month for the RSGB magazine, RadCom, called
'Antennas'.  I often get letters from readers who ask 'what is the best
commercial antenna to use if you have only a small garden or no garden at
all and talk about the impossability of operating on the lower frequency
bands from such a QTH.
I would like to describe your lower frequency antennas as an example of what
can be done to overcome these difficulties.
I would like to use the description from your web page (or any other
information that you might have). Do you have some higher resolution images
that could be used. In general a .JPG image needs to be over 100k in size to
be reproduced in a magazine.

Many thanks

Peter, G3LDO

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