On Feb 12, 2010, at 11:03 AM, RFI Services' Mike Martin wrote:
> Explain: Sometimes power line noise is a necessary evil and even
> When I hold workshops it's very helpful to have noise in the local
> Part of the workshop exercise is to go in the field and locate power
> noise sources. In my opinion, again, it's my opinion that not
> repairing the
> power line noise around W1AW is better for amateur radio than having
> fixed. That could be considered a necessary evil.
Some necessary evil!
Is there a good reason then why they should use my money to buy
equipment that then can't be used because of RFI?
Much better IMO to turn it into a case history of how they had the
problem and how they fixed it.
Otherwise its like leaving a patient's curable disease untreated, then
he dies, and then you say "See what happens when we don't treat this
So yeah, other people learn that it's good to treat the disease, too
bad for the guy who had to die for the object lesson.
-73 de Mike N3LI -
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