|[AMRadio] "AM Ghetto"|
ranchorobbo at gmail.com
Sun Nov 10 13:53:01 EST 2013
As far as I'm concerned, if it isn't analog it's digital and if it's
packet, it's digital, and if it's digital, it means having a computer
connected to the receiver and transmitter, and at that point, I punt
and move on.
As someone who has spend every working day for the past 20 years or
so, programming, learning about and debuging computers, if we ever get
to where we can't operate ham stations without them, I'll have to find
a creative way of destroying mine and join analog man joe walsh and
find another hobby. So I've just told you everything I know about HF
packet, which is by choice near to nothing.
P.s. To paraphrase Mark Twain on golf: Computerized ham radio is a
nice hobby spoiled.
On Sun, Nov 10, 2013 at 12:30 PM, Jay Bromley <jayw5jay at cox.net> wrote:
> HI Rob,
> Question, is there still HF Packet? Being a multi-mode operator and one who
> also runs in the QRP circles I know exactly what he means when he says HF
> I am not sure, but willing to bet there is no more HF packet around or very
> little still left? The SOTA guys, HF Pack, and QRP guys all run sort of in
> the same circles.
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