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Re: [RFI] Cellphone-Jammer Fad - Harmful to Ham Radio?

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Subject: Re: [RFI] Cellphone-Jammer Fad - Harmful to Ham Radio?
From: digital-conjurers@roadrunner.com
Date: Thu, 08 Nov 2007 14:45:25 -0800
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All that needs to happen is for someone not to be able to reach the doctor 
due to cell jamming, the patient drops dead, and now we have a "Wrongful 
Death" suit against the jammer.

I hate these things (cells) going off in the booth next to me while dining, 
etc, but jamming isn't the way to deal with it.  They DO have a "vibrate" 
selection, you know.

Now, I DO know someone's daughter that was literally thown off a train at 
the next stop when she wouldn't shut up and hang up...

("Hello, Mummy? Um, can you pick me up...")

Maybe there's something in that.


At 07:30 PM 11/05/2007, you wrote:
>Anyone that spends as much time as I do in front large, and small, groups of
>people try to conduct training seminars would certainly appreciate having
>one of those. I'd like to have one in my vehicle connected to a yagi.
>The next time you see my truck and it has a yagi mounted on the roof, you'll
>know I did it. Ha-ha
>Ethics, scruples, and cell phones don't seem to work together very well.
>Read some of the comments on the web site. These people are advertising what
>they're doing and I know the FCC is printing multiple citations for them!!
>Michael C Martin
>RFI Services
>6469 Old Solomons Island RD
>Tracys Landing, MD 20779
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