|[AMRadio] Send your Comment to the FCC about BPL|
Vince Wesa Werber
ka1iic at prexar.com
Thu Jun 17 10:15:03 EDT 2004
Not to mention the work of the U.S. Military, FEMA, MARS etc etc...
Talk about cutting your nose off...
Let's get a clue here... any interference would aid our enemies... and for
what? Hell the power companies can't even fix a broken insulator on their
poles that screws up TV reception... so how clean will BPL be???
sorry for the rant folks
On Wednesday 16 June 2004 06:56 pm, Peter Markavage wrote:
> Why would this be important to the FCC? >> "destroying many people's life
> hobby" To them, it's referred to as the amateur radio service.
> However, maybe something like >>...threatening the future existence of
> the amateur radio service and the important voluntary communications work
> amateurs have participated in times of disasters...
> Pete, wa2cwa
> On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 08:27:44 -0700 (PDT) Mark Foltarz
> <Foltarz at rocketmail.com> writes:
> > Here we go...
> > 1 . goto http://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/ecfs/upload_v2.cgi
> > 2. In box 1 enter 04-037
> > 3. Fill in your name address etc.
> > 4. Enter you thoughts on BPL in the comments section (Send a Brief
> > Comment to
> > FCC (typed-in) ) perhaps something like :
> > In Writing, I wish to persuade the FCC from allowing BPL to be
> > implemented. The destruction or at the least, deterioration of the
> > shortwave bands is not only a violation of ITU laws that protect
> > international broadcasters from interference and jamming, it will
> > be
> > . Amateur radio will be reduced
> > to
> > users with high-power amplifiers and large antennas. Emergency
> > communications will be hindered to levels directly responsible for
> > the
> > loss of life. Also, this will hinder military HF comms reducing
> > national
> > security
> > There are many technologies that make BPL unnecessary. BPL will
> > never be
> > able to carry the high bandwidth demands for mass distribution of
> > video
> > much less the up-and-coming HDTV.
> > Thank You!
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