|[AMRadio] ARRL bandwidth petition draws anti-AM'ers out of
w9gt at comcast.net
w9gt at comcast.net
Fri Jan 13 07:35:26 EST 2006
Well, yes I did see your earlier reply comments and thanks for the dittos. Just my latest modest attempt to inject some sanity into the discussion. It seems that in today's society whenever we discover something that we enjoy or that is worthwhile, someone else is trying to take it away. I certainly enjoy AM and vintage radio, but it is sad to see it constantly attacked by the misguided technology zealots and detractors. Seems like they would have more constructive things to do than trying to tear down activities that are enjoyed and appreciated by many hams who truly love the hobby. The percentage of total avalable bandwidth utilized by AMers at any instant is very small. It seems, however, that the detractors want it all!
73, Jack, W9GT
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From: AB3L1 at aol.com
> In a message dated 1/12/2006 8:13:33 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
> w9gt at comcast.net writes:
> Your proposal makes perfect sense. That is why it probably stands little or
> no chance of being accepted. It seems that common sense and cooperative
> coexistence of diverse interests within the hobby are fast disappearing.
> While I have a great deal of respect for anyone with a PE. I am very
> suspicious of anyone, including Mr. Tannehill, who insists upon flaunting their
> professional credentials to intimidate or otherwise overpower others who have a
> difference of opinion. We a talking about Amateur radio here!
> Here is hoping that, in spite of recent fiascos such as BPL, that some sort
> of reason prevails at the FCC.
> 73, Jack, W9GT
> Hi Jack,
> I sent a reply to you and the list this morning and never saw it come thru.
> At this point it is moot.
> I did think the same thing as you mentioned in your reply. i threw in
> "narrow vision" as one of his strong points also.
> 73's Bob AB3L
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