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Re: digitial/non-digital debate

Hi Tony , Jon

Thanks for the response.    Like yourself I have difficulty in
rationalizing the analog versus digital as we current use the analog.   
You are quite correct in that someone will have to try.     If digital
turns out to mean a turn in the Amateur methology that is more
representive of commercial use of the spectrum , how will that benefit
the hobby.    It is difficult to see that far .      Strange but
interesting situation when my first satellite contact was CW on Oscar 3 (
Mar 1965 ) .

Again thanks for the response Tony.

On 11 Oct 00 21:14:18 +1000 tlang@freeway.apana.org.au (Tony Langdon)
>Hello Joseph!
>11 Oct 00 01:39, you wrote to All:
> JM> Before we give Russ another something on his plate relative to a 
> JM> future task.   I'd like the participants to answer one question 
> JM> which a bunch of folks will like an answer .     Question : Given 
> JM> have the digital system envisioned .     How will it work in
> JM> a DXposition pile up of many many stations compared to the 
>current SSB
> JM> systems?     The pileup in question are the ones that were 
> JM> found on AO-13 in it's hay-day. I am only trying to receive a
> JM> comparison with something I an many operators  know about.
>Now, this is an interesting question!  The correct answer is "We don't 
>as this technology has never been tried.  However, it is likely that a 
>will cause all sorts of problems (like no one getting through).  
>That's my
>educated guess.  However, it all depends on the implementation of the 
>system, so anything's possible.
>This could be one area where analog will retain an advantage.  But, as 
>say, there's only one way to find out, build some digital gear and see 
>happens. :-)
>Tony, VK3JED
>.. life after DOS, but it isn't Windows!
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