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Somewhere Over the Rainbow!


Still an unsolved mysteries (TOO MUCH ERP power on AO-40) thank's for your 250 visits on my web site and for 
your answers.

I cannot overstated to exercice caution when evaluating my experiences (EG: Dame Edna's). I would also 
thank's those who refer me to this link:  http://www.altmann.haan.de/tubeolator/default.htm
I will let you know if this can help to solved the aura problem. I will have to used about 2 liters to coated 
all my transmitting antennas. I will donate to whom is being concern the unused quantities,  but you will 
have to pay for shipping and handling.

There is also an europeean link who explain an equivalent solution. This is also written in German and 
French. Here is an excerpt from:  http://www.ennemoser.com/       the C37 solution

"Hier werden die akustischen und technischen Zusammenhänge des menschlichen Musik- und Hörempfindens 
erläutert und die sensationellen Möglichkeiten, die sich der Musikwelt aufgrund dieser Erkenntnisse bieten, 
aufgezeigt. Es sei dieses Forum die Basis, das Wissen, welches rund um dieses Thema entsteht, zu verbreiten 
und zu erweitern." 

I personnaly think it is not a language problem. One fact remain used any language on AO-40 when using too 
much ERP power and it still produce detrimental effects to all the other users.

Fell free to navigate on the others links offered on the above mentionned sites. You will find a lot of 
usefull reading to do while the passband will be closed soon on AO-40. 

You will also be able to monitor on AO40RCVR the UHF AGC level when the UHF RX is on and all the downlinks 
are closed. You will see tremendous AGC  jumps due to some ERP testers like me.  But again i reiterate to use 
caution when experiencing on that matter. I'm still in shock after my encounter with my aura phenomenon.

Following your last comments i updated my WEB site:   www.qsl.net/ve2dwe

Live long and prosper!  We are not alone... something is currently watching you in your back...dont turn 

Luc Leblanc VE2DWE
Coordonnateur AMSAT pour le Québec
Quebec AMSAT coordinator
Sites web sites: www.qsl.net/ve2dwe

Echolink node 115340 VE2DWE-L
Echolink node 101810 VE2DWE

P.O. Box 341
Sorel-Tracy  QC.
J3P 5T6

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