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Re: Fw: microwave bands in use

I've had enough of this crap! I'm tired of fag bashing, html bashing, ascii
bashing and whatever else the pea brains can think of complaining about. My
strong suggestion to you is to grow-up. With all of your bitching and moaning,
Rome is burning!
                                                    -73's de Jeff

Gregory Young wrote:

> Hi all:
> I don't have a clue on this one...
> What protocol am I violating on amsat-bb??????
> I am using my email system which is Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.0
> which uses Microsoft Outlook. I have setup nothing, as it configured
> itself... I changed no settings, anywhere..
> Have been on several newsgroups, and this is the first flame I got.
> My message doesn't contain all caps, which I know is incorrect, so if
> someone will NICELY educate me as to what special setups are needed for this
> newsgroup, I will attempt to comply.
> 73, Greg
> this is only a hobby.. this only a hobby.. this is only a hobby!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Clifford Buttschardt <cbuttsch@slonet.org>
> To: Gregory Young <gyoung@buffnet.net>
> Cc: amsat-bb@AMSAT.org <amsat-bb@AMSAT.org>
> Date: Sunday, May 24, 1998 9:10 PM
> Subject: Re: microwave bands in use
> >Damnit! If you want help, don't use that GD protocol! I will rebell every
> >time, Greg and will issue an advisory that others do so as well! Cliff
> >K7RR
> >On Sat, 23 May 1998, Gregory Young wrote:
> >
> >> Hi all:
> >> I have just added a 1.2Ghz module in my FT736R.
> >> Plan to use aircom cable to a SSB preamp, mast mounted.
> >> The question is which way to go for the antenna.
> >> Should I go with a loop yagi, or a helix??
> >> Plans are to do some terrestrial work, along with satellite (latter is
> primary interest
> >> at this time).
> >> For 2.4Ghz, will use a Meyer's dish, but for 1.2 thought to use one of
> the above 2
> >> antennas.
> >> What are your thoughts/experience with this band/choice of antennas?
> >> 73, Greg
> >>
> >