I sure would keep the conversation simple. Merely asking him to turn on his
car radio will point out there are radio signals in the air all the time.
Yours will be no different.
Bill Marx W2CQ
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Idelson" <email@example.com>
To: "TowerTalk Post" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, June 28, 2004 10:12 AM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] RF exposure and my neighbor
> Hi Todd,
> Just a word of friendly advice.
> The most common objection to amateur radio towers is aesthics.
> Because aesthetics is so subjective it is a very difficult objection to
> As a result, many less subjective secondary objections are developed and
> pursued. Rf exposure is probably the most common of these arguments.
> After you complete the rf exposure analysis and present it to your
> you will begin to get a sense for exactly what your situation is. If he
> the analysis and poses no further objections, you are probably in good
> If, however, he raises new objections of any kind, you should begin to
> that the aesthetic issue is driving the whole thing.
> 73 and GL!
> Jim Idelson K1IR
> email k1ir at designet.com
> web http://www.designet.com/k1ir
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