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Why is it that every person needs special treatment just to send an
ordinary message?  Life is just TOO complicated!  Cliff K7RR




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> Date: Wed, 25 Nov 1998 17:57:21 -0800 (PST)
> From: Clifford Buttschardt <cbuttsch@slonet.org>
> To: Ed Mitchell <vbook@vbook-nospam.com>
> cc: Fried Heyn <wa6wzo@arrl.org>, Brad Wyatt <bwyatt@arrl.org>,
>         kb1sf@amsat.org
> Subject: Re: hamradio-online.com: Low Cost Amateur Digital Video is Now a Reality----and a damn good one too, 
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> Ed....This is especially good news in view of the problems we are having
> with the damn fool W6ORG crap equipment that is advertised in the AMSAT
> JOURNAL!!  Tom O'Hara has been a jerk and a half for years promoting his
> six MHz wide garbage generators on 434 MHz and the Southwestern Division
> could care less.  At times I seem to be one of few bitching and complaining
> about this, but then again most do not live in an area in which a dozen
> old fashioned NBC/CBS retirees use this NTSC garbage mode as an IF.
>     W6ORG is "big cheese" VHF advisor to SW Div ARRL.  This is LA and they
> do not play by anyones elses rules.  After being the AMSAT advisor for
> twenty years, I've learned how little outside of LA cares elsewhere.
>     Why in hell AMSAT Journal continues this  advertisement is simply
> beyond my understanding.  But then like ARRL, a buck is a buck! Cliff K7RR
> 
> 
> On 25 Nov 1998, Ed Mitchell wrote:
> 
> > KT4OZ and KB5IHI this week demonstrated the feasability of low cost Amateur 
> > Digital Video. Using notebook computers, wireless LAN cards and off the shelf 
> > streaming video software, the conducted a two-way wireless digital video link 
> > in the 2.4 GHz band. Assuming you already have a computer and camera (which is 
> > now common), the total cost of the additional components is minimal.
> > 
> > This technology demonstration shows one path to achieving low cost and 
> > widely available digital video in the Amateur bands. Such signals could further 
> > be linked via the Internet (since they use standard Internet protocols) to 
> > enable connections between distant Amateur TV repeaters. There are many 
> > fascinating applications yet to be developed from this technology experiment.
> > 
> > You can read the full story at our non-commercial, no advertising, nothing to 
> > see personal web site at http://hamradio-online.com.
> > 
> > 73, Ed, KF7VY,
> > kf7vy@amsat.org
> > 
> > ------------------------
> > Ed (KF7VY) and Kim (N7VPL) Mitchell
> > SEND email replies to vbook@vbook.com
> > Visit Ham Radio Online, it's free! at
> > http://www.hamradio-online.com
> > 
> > 
> > 
> 
> 
> 

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