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Re: Threats from VA3LK (Larry Kayser)

>From a purley technical and leagl point of view the assertion that AO-7 has
become a "problem" is true. However, from a practical point of view, the
signals repeated by AO-7 are virtually undetectable unless you are looking
for them. There are much bigger polluters to channel energy at (i.e. BPL,
802.11,radar detectors, RF lighting) if someone wants to take on a crusade.
Again, from a practical standpoint, at the present time AO-7 is more of an
asset than a liability. It is not causing unwanted interference any more
than any other fully operational satellite.

Just another opinion....
Howie AB2S

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