I'm sorry that you feel that way. I paid about $80 for my copy of Henry
Ott's book, a bit less (per book) for "Antennas" by John Kraus, for the
IEEE Emerald Book and Green Book, and for Tsaloviovich's "Cable
Shielding for EMC". My technical library consists of about 40 books,
all of which were in this price range. My copies of the ARRL Handbook,
ARRL Antenna Book, Jerry Sevick's books on toroids and baluns were not
free -- I bought them at retail.
These papers were a labor of love -- I make my living designing sound
systems. I spent the better part of a year doing the research
documented in these papers and writing them. They vary in length from
14 to 20 pages. The line I draw is at writing them again in email
On Tue, 23 Dec 2003 05:39:45 -0500, Tom Rauch wrote:
>I draw the line at paying. I make it a point to NOT pay for references in a
>hobby where people are here to help people, no matter who gets the profit.
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