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Re: ECHO Operations Planning



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On Oct 20 2003 10:09 -0400, Bob Bruninga wrote:

> > If tuning is considered a problem for new satellite operators, what about
> > building your own WFM gear? Wouldn't that put off a lot more people?
>
> Every Brodcast band FM radio is a WFM receiver.  You can buy an FM radio
> for probably $5....

True, however that would instead require one to build a custom receive
converter, unless and until they become commercially available.

However, most of the points I made in my original post are rather moot
because I inadvertly mixed up the Eagle and Echo satellites, and I apologize
for that.


Michael Kjörling

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