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Re: threat to 2.4 GHz.?



To all of those who posted like the following:
 Guess I should start paying a little more attention to the new
gadget market, wasn't aware that the shared use clause for 2.4
was being used quite so widely.
 Oh, well, now that I've made a fool of myself...........

Later,
Andy

On 9 Mar 2000, Tony Langdon wrote:

> 
> Hello Laura.
> 
> 08 Mar 00 09:16, you wrote to ALL:
> 
>  LH> @   for <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>; Wed, 8 Mar 2000 09:14:05 -0500 (EST)
>  LH> This is (or should be) a non-issue. All our interesting
>  LH> allocations are shared, and rather than fretting about it,
>  LH> we should be looking at creative ways of coexisting
>  LH> with our band-mates. If this makes the traditional narrow-
>  LH> band modes obsolete, so be it. Just because they have
>  LH> been useful in the past does not mean that they must be
>  LH> useful in perpetuity...
> 
> Every threat is also an opportunity.  And I've been looking at the wireless
> gear for its potential ham uses.  Most of it is still a bit expensive, but
> that's likely to change soon enough. :-)
> 
>  LH>
>  LH> We should welcome manufacturers making products for these
>  LH> bands, because that means we have cheap parts available
>  LH> to play with.
> 
> :-)
> 
> Tony
> 
> .. iums melt in your PC, not in your hand!
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