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Re: LF: satellites/RadCom

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Subject: Re: LF: satellites/RadCom
From: "Mike Dennison" <[email protected]>
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2008 10:48:09 +0100
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As Managing Editor of RadCom in the 1990s (and having worked in the 
RadCom office as a freelance temp for several months recently) I can 
confirm the comments by Rik and Alan that the content is very much 
governed by what members send in. The Editor is always desperate for 
good (preferably simple) construction articles, but very few are 
submitted despite numerous requests. Efforts have been made to 
include regular construction columns, such as the excellent new one 
by Andy, G4JNT.

A specialist interest column is included only when an individual is 
prepared to write it regularly. Thanks to Dave, G3YXM, LF is 
represented. Perhaps someone from the satellite fraternity could make 
a similar commitment.

There was a good response when I asked for 500kHz construction 
projects for my book LF Today. There should be no shortage of 
potential contributors to RadCom on this subject. You even get paid 
for your troubles.

Solution. Don't grumble here (waste of time). Instead write to the 
Editor with your views. Better still, offer to write a column or one-
off construction article. 

Mike, G3XDV

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