On 3/6/01 0:01, Bob Naumann - N5NJ at email@example.com wrote:
>If you've left a frequency, you're not there anymore.
>Since you're not there, it's not your frequency.
I disagree with this assertion. It's never "your" frequency at all. No
one can "own" a frequency. You can USE a frequency, but you never "own"
But, if you're not there, you can't be using the frequency.
>Leaving one frequency to make a qso elsewhere is a risky proposition.
Yup. You have to weigh the risk of losing a frequency versus the value of
the 2nd radio Q.
Bill Coleman, AA4LR, PP-ASEL Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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