|[AMRadio] Rinaldo sore about AM?|
bbruhns at erols.com
Wed Oct 24 20:29:32 EDT 2007
AM wasn't the sore point, the AM issue with bandwidth worries was the sore point. He made such a face as he said that it wasn't
going to mean a thing. It wasn't an "I don't care" face, it was "It don't mean squaaaaaat." I felt that I had to reassure him that
I wasn't attacking him, and I have to think that he saw the e-mails he got as attacks. And I have no doubt that a few got pretty
spicy. Hence it was a sore spot, or at least it seemed that way to me.
I worry when any higher-up isn't worried as I am, and I do worry about this. But I don't feel that he would just blow me off and
let it all turn in to lies, and not care. I believe that he believes that AM will not be affected by the recommendations. And as
usual I hope that the higher-up is right. In this case the higher-up is not a parent or a boss, it's someone in a position of some
authority who knows a lot more than I do about the subject at hand.
I won't see him for weeks until he comes back from Switzerland. I could ask him about the AM planning in Brazil then. I know
nothing about that.
----- Original Message -----
From: "VJB" <wa3vjb at yahoo.com>
To: <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2007 8:14 PM
Subject: [AMRadio] Rinaldo sore about AM?
> I wonder if you could elaborate as to why you think
> Rinaldo considers AM a "sore point."
> Clearly, the AM community has led the way for many
> years when it comes to voluntary coordination to
> minimize friction with incompatible modes.
> I am sure most of us want to support an IARU voluntary
> band plan that, in turn, provides for our activities
> and the mode of AM.
> Next time you have the chance, ask about his role in
> protecting AM in the band planning that took place in
> Brazil, which led to the controversy the League's
> people caused.
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