I can give you a time, day of the week, and a frequency if you like.
On one particular evening I received a long lecture on the superior
nature of the 64 bit A/D converters used in a domestically built
transceivers "DFB" system in addition to much information of
ultra-leftist political leanings of a certain organization based in
Connecticut. I could hardly get a word in edgewise :)
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Subject: RE: [AMPS] IMD
> >Rich says:
> >>// So. take a tape recorder to a local
> >>pub/bar/watering-hole/cantina/honkey-tonk/dive and record some
> >>non-coherency firsthand
> >Alternatively, if it's just non-coherency you want, they tell me 75m SSB
> >in the
> >US or 80m over here is just the thing.
> // Indeed, Peter, provided that one can find an 80m station that is
> - R. L. Measures, 805.386.3734, AG6K, www.vcnet.com/measures.
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