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Re: [CQ-Contest] Frequency Conservation

To: "Joe Subich, W4TV" <w4tv@subich.com>;,asciibaron@comcast.net;"'CQ Contest'" <cq-contest@contesting.com>
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Frequency Conservation
From: "Dale Putnam" <daleputnam@hotmail.com>
Date: Sat, 14 Oct 2006 07:43:46 -0600
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So if they want "hi-fi" audio... and want the best that can be.. there are a 
huge number of folks looking for a way to do that...
DIGITALLY... so improve and strive for a betterment in that direction... rather 
than reproving what is already known.... 
AM is wideband.. and can only be made to sound like..... well... A M. --...   
...--Dale - WC7S in Wy

> From: w4tv@subich.com> To: asciibaron@comcast.net; cq-contest@contesting.com> 
> Date: Fri, 13 Oct 2006 20:56:45 -0400> Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Frequency 
> Conservation> > > > > non-contesters view our exchanges as equally devoid of 
> > > content and therefore given your logic, contesting is a waste > > of 
> spectrum that could be better filled with awesome hi-fi > > audio 
> transmissions coast to coast.> > If you want "awesome hi-fi audio" take it to 
> the broadcast bands. > Amateur radio is a communications service where 
> "communications > quality" not hi-fi is the standard.  Six and ten KHz 
> response  > voice signals are like excrement in a punch bowl.  Those who > 
> produce such should be banned from polite company - and banished > to some 
> microwave band where there are 10s of MHz for them to > fill. > > 
> Non-contesters may view contesters' exchanges (and DX exchanges) > as devoid 
> of content but the competition to work the farthest > or the greatest number 
> of stations goes back to the 
 very first > amateur radio activities (before even traffic handling, etc.). > 
> 73, > >    ... Joe, W4TV >  > > 
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