On Wed, 11 Mar 1998 12:19:59 Pete Smith <email@example.com> writes:
>At 02:17 AM 3/11/98 -0800, you wrote:
>>What about the chap who lives at the bottom of a canyon, who has a
>>run of RG213 to his antenna at the top of the canyon? The power that
>>goes into the feedline is not what gets transmitted. My guess is
>>the fcc inspectors will make allowances, such as the 10% tolerance on
>Oh, I understand about feedline losses. In any case, the reg is
>transmitter output. I'd like to think the inspectors would cut us 10
>percent slack. I'd like even more to think of them dropping in on one
>those CBer mobile contests!
Is there not something in the FCC regs about uV/cm as an alternative
I have not read all the lawyer words in many years.
73 Carl KM1H
>73, Pete Smith N4ZR
>"That's WEST Virginia. Thanks and 73"
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