Bill Turner wrote:
On Fri, 30 Jan 2004 13:14:40 -0500, Tom Cox wrote:
It just makes sense -- if their signal doesn't leave the power
line and interfere with area radio users, our signal shouldn't enter the
powerlines and interfere with theirs. Right?
No. Our signal would probably be many times stronger than theirs.
Their signal could be barely audible while ours could be overwhelming.
Give it up. Hams like you who advocate deliberate jamming are a
disgrace to the service.
Perhaps the ARRL might also post a brief explanation about humor
and parody as it applies to our effort to demonstrate the absurdity
of the fraud perpetrated upon the FCC and against HF ops, Ham and
others, by the BPL industry.
Tom's post was made in humor ... relax!
73, doc kd4e
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