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Re: VLF: GOTA

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Subject: Re: VLF: GOTA
From: Roman <[email protected]>
Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2019 20:58:21 +0300
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And more question, David:

Whats QTH of TX 1.6 Hz? Whats QRA/Grid/QTH locator?

Roman, RW3ADB

> Attached is a screenshot of an ELF test transmission on 1.6Hz from the UK as 
> received on a magnetometer in Sweden. You don't need
> 
> to break any laws, designed to keep roads and railways safe. To do so is 
> extremely irresponsible, and will damage the reputation of
> 
> Radio Amateurs.
> 
> Just have a suitable ELF TX method, David Hine
> 
> From: VIGILANT Luis Fernández <[email protected]>
> To: "[email protected]" <[email protected]>
> Sent: Wednesday, 9 January 2019, 18:35
> Subject: RE: VLF: GOTA
> 
> Seems that Mr.Tesla ghost surged again
> J
> 
> By the way. We are still pending to see your signal bouncing around the 
> earth. But obviously you are busy performing cops
> games
> 
> and teaching the golden rules to anyone who dares to experiment. That simply 
> confirms what we tought about your promised
> 
> experiments in ELF. Absolute FAKE
> 
> N-I-L-L
> 
> N-I-C-H-T-S
> 
> N-A-D-A
> 
> N-I-E-N-T-E
> 
> That’s all you can contribute to this reflector. Your lawyer advices sound 
> nice, but we really don’t neew more lawyers
> or spectrum regulators here
> 
> Anyway, you can write it in the instruction manual of your Tesla transmitting 
> machine, when ready
> 
> Pioneering in ELF needs some courage that you (obviously) don’t have at your 
> elderly and bet, never had in your real life
> (if any)
> 
> Please Mr.Tesla, make a favour to this reflector and just write back when you 
> be on air
> 
> 73 de Luis
> 
> EA5DOM
> 
> De: [email protected] 
> [mailto:[email protected]]
> En nombre de David Hine
> 
> Enviado el: miércoles, 09 de enero de 2019 9:58
> 
> Para: [email protected]
> 
> Asunto: Re: VLF: GOTA
> 
> Stefan, with greatest respect, none of my radio activities are illegal. They 
> don't need to be. It's illegal in the UK to
> use ANY public or other supply, motorway, railway and other utility 
> infrastructure for connecting to unknown radio equipment. It must be the same 
> in Germany too. That's in the 'small print'. Modern digital signalling is 
> often very susceptible to RF interference.
> 
> If it's on private land, the permission of that land owner must first be 
> granted.
> 
> It's all common sense -would you like anyone to creep into your back yard and 
> erect an antenna without your permission??
> 
> This sort of activity damages Amateur and experimental radio. NOV licences 
> can be obtained, if you think you need to do
> special or unusual radio researches.
> 
> I bet you dare not ask your local authority if you can use public road guide 
> rails for transmitting antennas -if you have,
> and they granted full permission, then you have made a real advancement in 
> radio. Ask your Radio Society what they think about this.
> 
> I am not trying to be difficult, but you risk your radio licence and also 
> risk jail if things go badly wrong on a public
> highway or railway due to illicit use in this way, and also the reputation of 
> other Radio Amateurs. You also 'put yourself 'in the frame' if an accident 
> occurs that you did not cause -someone has to 'carry the can', and it could 
> be you if a camera 'spotted'
> you. The 'utilities' display trespass notices, which if you ignore, makes it 
> extremely easy for them to say "See you in court!!".
> 
> With very kind regards, David Hine
> 
> From: DK7FC <[email protected]>
> 
> To: [email protected]
> 
> Sent: Wednesday, 9 January 2019, 7:25
> 
> Subject: Re: VLF: GOTA
> 
> Ooh you seem to be one of the experts when it comes to 'Do not' and 
> 'forbidden'. Do you at least know why your (whole?) life is controlled
> by fears? Posttraumatic symptoms of a very dictatorial, violent childhood? I 
> hope you worked that out.
> 
> Try to lead yourselfe by ideas and visions, by 'want to' or 'would like to', 
> not by fear and 'must not', 'have to', 'should' and 'should not'.
> 
> Also i clearly see you didn't follow the recent successes with guide-rail 
> antennas on VLF and ULF, probably because you're tyrelessly working on your 
> 'Tesla' TX antenna:
> 
> Am 10.02.2018 18:30, schrieb David Hine:
> 
>> I will also set up a broadcast (AM Modulated) signal in the Long Wave 
>> broadcasting band (LF), using it to transmit music as a testing programme.
>>
>> When it's all up and running on VLF / LF, I will put out various test 
>> signals using it, and join in the VLF 'fun'.
> 
> That's almost a year ago. Now, where is the signal? W H E R E ?? Let's 
> compare which antenna works better. The grabbers are watching.
> 
> 73, Stefan
> 
> Am 08.01.2019 23:44, schrieb David Hine:
> 
>> Do not be tempted to use railway lines, motorway barriers, fences etc. for 
>> connection to radio transmitters. This is strictly
>> forbidden, and
>>
>> if caught, you could end up in jail plus a huge fine. These structures all 
>> make rubbish antennas for VLF, so will never
>> perform well, as
>>
>> the losses are extremely high, and so will never radiate a useful VLF 
>> signal. Never be tempted use any public 'infrastructure'
>> as an
>>
>> antenna -it just does not work, and will be a waste of effort.
>>
>> Regards, David Hine
>>
>> From: DK7FC
>> <[email protected]>
>>
>> To: [email protected]
>>
>> Sent: Tuesday, 8 January 2019, 22:26
>>
>> Subject: VLF: GOTA
>>
>> Hi VLF,
>>
>> You probably know:
>>
>> IOTA - Islands On The Air
>>
>> SOTA - Summits On The Air
>>
>> but did you know
>>
>> GOTA - Guide-rails On The Air ??!!
>>
>> The year 2019 should be the year of GOTA! Try it out. You can do it! No
>>
>> excuses like problems with the large coils, the high voltages, the XYL
>>
>> occupying the garden. Just go out, take a walk, and see what you can do
>>
>> with some wire and a transmitter and some other equipment! :-)
>>
>> 73, Stefan
-- 
73!
Roman, RW3ADB

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