>On Fri, 14 Nov 1997, Ward Silver wrote in regards to the upcoming RF
>> I have been working on this issue a bit and can attest that the vast
>> majority of installations will be in compliance by a wide margin. Problem
>> areas seem to be mostly lowband dipoles low to the ground and high-gain
>> VHF yagis mounted where someone could be in the main lobe. HF antennas
>> mounted at reasonable heights are nowhere near exceeding exposure limits
>> even at full power.
>Several things pop into mind as I read this:
>(1) "Problem areas seem to be mostly lowband dipoles low to the ground..."
> That pretty much does away with 80 meter delta loops whose base leg
> is in proximity to the ground that places it out of compliance. It
> also does away with "Cloud Warmers" for contesting.
>(2) "HF antennas mounted at reasonable heights are nowhere near exceeding
> exposure limits even at full power".
> What's "reasonable heights"... this year?... next year?.. 10 years?
How about ground-mounted verticals that are used for transmitting all the
time? How about four squares? You can walk right up and touch the
radiating element . . .
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