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Re: That Cubesat issue



Right on Assi!  RIGHT ON!   Cliff K7RR

Assi Friedman wrote:
> 
> Many of you are forgetting the basic premise: ANY LICENSED HAM RADIO
> OPERATOR can operate in the amateur satellite band. As long as he follows
> the terms and conditions of his license granted by the government agency
> responsible for communications, and which is a part of the ITU (in most
> cases).
> AMSAT frequency coordination is nothing but a good-will gesture which will
> hopefully continue to support as many payloads as possible. Now, if we want
> to go into "who paid for it" and "what is it really for", lets take a closer
> look at the our most favorite birds of the 90's and take a closer look as to
> who built them, and what there were really for... If we do so, we will
> quickly dig our own grave.
> So, enjoy the birds, and embrace the variety. If there is one thing that
> does stands out of the discussion, its the fact that there are many hams
> with just as many preferences. No single bird will provide a solution to all
> preferences, so we need them in all tastes and flavors!
> Assi 4x1kx/kk7kx
> 
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