I took up EMC/RFI professionally as a one-man effort some 30+ years ago as
I saw this coming on the horizon. I'm now 71 and still consult, but I must
confess, we are loosing the battle for HF and lower VHF. As you
commented, I don't have much fight left in me. The day will come, maybe
it's about here, when HF in the cities of this good 'ol USofA will be
nothing but noise. Why should a Tech class license upgrade for nothing but
noise? Sad situation, but true.
Dave - WØLEV
On Sat, Aug 18, 2018 at 1:09 AM Rob Atkinson <email@example.com> wrote:
> >I am happy with this response, and will wait for things to take their
> >Again, slow, steady, and making sure you cross every "t", and dot every
> "i" seems to work for me. So far...
> >Solving RFI just takes lots of time...
> That's FB for a young ham with his whole life ahead of him. But for
> the rest of us getting up there in years, we see the time of our
> precious few remaining good ham years slipping away while we wait for
> something to happen and listen to noise in the mean time. Pretty
> tough to be patient when you can't be certain if you'll be around for
> a year or another 10 and one of the few joys of your life is gone
> because some jerk with a solar panel or grow light or something else.
> I guess this helps explain why HF is so empty now. An old man just
> don't have the energy and fight for this kind of battle.
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