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RE: MAROC-TUBSAT -- a review

> -----Original Message-----
> From: RaySoifer [mailto:RaySoifer@cs.com]
> Sent: 24 January 2002 18:08
> To: Bob Bruninga; RaySoifer
> Cc: amsat-int@AMSAT.Org; amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org; moon-net@nlsa.com;
> bod@AMSAT.Org; ka3hdo@AMSAT.Org
> Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] MAROC-TUBSAT -- a review
> Bob,
> As always, you're entitled to voice your opinion, which I've always
> considered worth listening to even though I may not agree.  I
> fail to see,
> however, what possible good can come to amateur radio from having
> a strong
> FM signal on 144.1 MHz.
> You will note that I do not suggest that individual amateurs take matters
> into their own hands, but rather that they send reports to their IARU
> member societies.  It is the function of those societies, and
> IARU itself,
> to exercise the proper discretion when deciding how to handle
> those reports.

Ray I am with you on this one, I need an FM carrier in the eme portion of
the band like I need a hole in the head. I will be monitoring and the first
time I hear it I will report it. It is inevitable that at some point it will
cause disruption of weak signal comms if it persists on 144.100.

Conrad G0RUZ

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