|Subject:||Re: LF: 5 Whats?|
|From:||Dimitrios Tsifakis <[email protected]>|
|Date:||Thu, 3 Nov 2011 09:16:09 +1100|
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I can certainly live with that. Fingers crossed now for WRC-12. And a well done to those that achieved this outcome. I hear that it hasn't been an easy task.|
There is still plenty of things to do with 5 W radiated. Isn't this radio hobby of ours all about the challenge anyway? Smaller rigs, less global warming :-) Also, bigger wavelength, isn't that better? :-)
Seriously, better this than nothing. New crystals can be cut, and the antennas can be tuned. 8 kHz is plenty too. Sometimes, at least in this part of the world, I even think that 2.1 kHz is an unimaginably huge bandwidth for the modes that are the most popular (QRSS and friends).
Just my humble opinion anyway.
73, Dimitris VK1SV
2011/11/3 Laurence KL7UK <[email protected]>
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