This argument by the BPL industry doesn't pass the smell test. If the BPL
industry truly felt that the ARRL was spreading misinformation regarding
their technology they would do what any other well-financed business would
do in their situation.....file a lawsuit against the ARRL.
But then, maybe they don't want the real truth about their flawed technology
to see the light of day in a courtroom in front of a jury.
Gary Schwartz email: email@example.com
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Society of Midwest Contesters (SMC) GMDXA
----- Original Message -----
From: "ERIC ROSENBERG" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 31, 2004 08:47 AM
Subject: [RFI] From Communications Daily re: BPL
> Business and Regulatory Issues Slow Commercial BPL
> >From Communications Daily
> Friday, August 20, 2004
> Most pilots have moved past the technical stage and are into marketing
> trials, said Brett Kilbourne, regulatory dir. Of the United Power Line
> Council (UPLC). The "greatest doubts" about BPL technology are being
> created by the Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL), said Power Line
> Communications Assn.(PLCA) Pres. Alan Shark: "There is a lot of
> misinformation being spread by ARRL. This has become like an unmitigated
> war that ARRL has declared on this industry."
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