[RFI] PLCA Response to WSJ Article
eedwards at tconl.com
Sun Apr 18 00:23:56 EDT 2004
Thank you Michael! I was beginning to think you'd all forgotten your 1990s
"Clintonese" in 4 short years.
Obviously the money spent in research and testing to "eliminate claims of
interference" was to learn where HF-hams do not live--anyplace there are
HOAs and CC&Rs banning antennas!! Great place to do tests so you can claim
it doesn't cause interference to HF.
One other thing, please don't give away our best arguments against this
stuff by sending flames to guys like this. It'll only cause them to refine
their poor arguments into betters ones. I feel it's better to send the
factual rebuttals directly to the FCC Commissioners, State PUCs,
Congressional offices, etc. Maybe they'll begin to see this industries
gibberish for what it is eventually.
de ed -K0iL
"Dale J." wrote:
> " zero empirical evidence that power line communications causes
> harmful interference with ham radio frequencies."
> What about the ARRL tests, that's empirical evidence.
> > industry
> > has spent hundreds of millions of dollars in exhaustive research and
> > testing to eliminate any such claims."
I find this line more telling.
Notice it says nothing about eliminating interference but eliminating
In short, a snow job.
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