I think in this particular instance the "Antenna Reflector" is the
"Antennas" list on QTH.NET. Goto http://www.qth.net for a complete list of
the dozens of "lists" that are served by QTH.NET. The "Antennas" list is
quiet popular and many on TowerTalk are also on the "Antennas@qth.net" list.
- Aaron Hsu, NN6O (ex-KD6DAE)
No-QRO Int'l #1,000,006
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p.s. An e-mail "reflector" is an old internet term that's more commonly
known now as an e-mail "list". A "newsgroup" is just the common term for
the old "Usenet". Main difference? "Lists" are sent primarily by e-mail
only. "Newsgroups" are accessed primarily by newsgroup software using TCP
port 119 (although it's possible to have the newsgroup software also send
copies via e-mail).
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, July 10, 2002 7:33 AM
Subject: Re: [Towertalk] Antenna Reflector?
On Tue, 9 Jul 2002 21:51:36 -0300, Mike & Coreen Smith wrote:
> Someone mentioned here in passing the other day he had posted something
> and also to the 'Antenna Reflector'.
> Can anyone give me any details on this please?
> How to subscribe, etc.
Some people call newsgroups reflectors. They probably meant the
rec.radio.amateur.antenna newsgroup. Subscribe like any other ng.
a g 0 n at a r r l dot n e t
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