Actually I think Hans' point makes the distinction crystal clear, and is
far from ridiculous.
If the "amateur radio link" must be persistent between the two
operators, as Paul suggests, then you must also rule out the use of a
wireless headset for the transceiver. And a step even closer to the
operator, you'd better remove any hearing aides from your ears while
you're at it.
Neither of these technologies are "amateur radio" based and their use
breaks the link in that communication channel.
73 de Bob - KØRC in MN
On 2/27/2011 5:48 AM, Mark wrote:
> You're stretching it to the point of ridiculous.
> Please stick to the "boy and his hobby" as you've always greatly mastered in
> the past.
> 73, Mark PA5MW
> On 26 feb. 2011, at 23:20, email@example.com wrote:
>> I have a non-amateur 802.11(n) wireless network in my home.
>> Is it permissible for me to run a RTTY contest from a laptop in my favorite
>> recliner while watching a football game over this network?
>> 73, de Hans, K0HB/K7
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