[AMRadio] Modulation power required

jc at pctechref.com jc at pctechref.com
Thu Feb 14 21:37:46 EST 2008

You never convice me Don, that that whole thing wasn't a presure play by manufacturers.  And yes your right very few folk have a real grip on the math and resoning of the definitions.  The manufacturers of course would have FCC type exceptance if they could find another foot at the FCC to shoot. 

John Coleman

> From: "D. Chester" <k4kyv at charter.net>
> Date: 2008/02/14 Thu PM 09:11:58 EST
> To: <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
> Subject: RE: [AMRadio] Modulation power required
> Now, tell me the FCC didn't shoot itself in the foot with that p.e.p. 
> bullshit. After pondering the discussion in this thread, do you really 
> believe that the average Joe Bloe Hammy Hambone, after studying the 
> Question-Answer pools enough to pass his Tech, General or Extra Class test 
> and purchasing a rice box, plugging it in and getting on the air to "talk", 
> could be expected to have the foggiest notion about what p.e.p. is, what it 
> is useful for, and how to accurately measure it with a real transmitter 
> working into a real antenna and feedline?
> Don, k4kyv 
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