> > (squash) your singal as much as you like, but don't do it on
> > the ham-bands.
>Why not? If someone wants to run a wide-fi signal on an otherwise
>unoccupied frequency segment, why not? Clearly, at some point rules about
>interference and good practice, etc. come into play. But what difference
>would it make if at 2:00p in the afternoon, in a desolate 75M landscape,
>someone runs a hifi signal?
Why bother, if no one is listening? If a tree falls in the forest, will it
make a sound if no one is there to hear it?
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