Actually, that makes perfect sense. Why do they have to spend a million
I guess it's the 1% who are the privileged? The anointed. Licensing? I
many stories of expeditions past where you bought the licensing authority
a fancy dinner... and the next day a license was issued, no questions
What's wrong with sharing the RARE?
Anyway, let's stay on topic -- this a contesting reflector.
Just thinking out loud... 73, Gerry
On Thu, Nov 5, 2015 at 10:54 AM, Charles Harpole <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Let's see, it costs a half MILLION dollars for 20 guys to go to a remote DX
> location and operate for two weeks.
> What is the cost of placing a remote station there that can operate 24/7
> indefinitely ?
> Enterprising hams could build such a station and then rent Internet remote
> access to it similar to Remote Ham Radio to recover some of the costs
> (along with gifts from clubs, etc.). That way, any ham can enjoy being
> RARE without leaving home.
> Oh gee, licensing may be an "issue," but who checks these details any
> more? Or, be generous with local licensing or buy a commercial license in
> some places.
> Just thinking out loud. 73, Charly
> Charly, HS0ZCW
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