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Re: LF: Closure of MF/LF Broadcasters

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Subject: Re: LF: Closure of MF/LF Broadcasters
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Date: Sat, 20 Dec 2014 10:22:59 +0000
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I am horrified at the prospect of broadcast radio becoming entirely digital not the least because the system(s) chosen are likely to be years out of date and totally inferior.
Here's hoping Droitwich (198kHz) can keep going, it's quite good
reception round the mediterranean countries and it would be handy to
move it back to 200khz if there's not much else on the band.
Hugh, M0DSZ

(PS 136k TX keeps blowing transistors so quiet for a while).

Hi all

I dare not say on this forum what I think of this news. Closure of AM broadcast 
stations and eventually as a consequence the loss to the general public of a 
relatively simple (go anywhere) reception medium is IMHO a bad thing. I am not 
sure the consequences are fully understood.

I have managed to blow away most of this Blacksheep  thread before reading it 
so apologies if I am just repeating some one else s contribution.


73 es GL Pete M0FMT IO91UX






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Eutelsat Ka-band satellite  http://www.tooway.co.uk/  at approximately 172 
degrees Azimuth in the Clarke belt owing to BTs 19th century cable technology 
inability to provide a good enough 21st century broadband service. I agree for 
this message to be passed on to BT Plc at 81 Newgate Street, London EC1A 7AJ  
via the snoops at GCHQ Cheltenham, thanks for your cooperation it is 
appreciated.



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