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Re: NCS for ISS/FM leo sat's



Domenico,
If you do not reward those that use poor operating practices by talking to 
them they will go away, or figure out what they are doing wrong. Someone in 
the local vicinity of these amateurs could try and contact them for some 
elmering. We as Amateur Radio Operators have always had to police our own 
bands, and it is no different today. It doesn't matter if you talk too loud 
or you can't hear, you still can't have a conversation.

Art,
KC6UQH

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "i8cvs" <domenico.i8cvs@tin.it>
To: "kc6uqh" <kc6uqh@cox.net>; "John / NS1Z" <ns1z@arrl.net>; "AMSAT-BB" 
<amsat-bb@amsat.org>
Sent: Monday, January 02, 2006 1:29 PM
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] NCS for ISS/FM leo sat's


> Hi Art, KC6UQH
>
> The satellite traffic experience demonstrates that stations with poor
> receiving capability replay only to those using excess power but have
> good receiving performance so that those that monopolize the satellites
> and those with poor receiving systems are happy of it.
>
> How do you propose to change the above situation if they both
> are happy ?
>
> 73" de
>
> i8CVS Domenico
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "kc6uqh" <kc6uqh@cox.net>
> To: <ns1z@arrl.net>; <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
> Sent: Monday, January 02, 2006 5:53 PM
> Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] NCS for ISS/FM leo sat's
>
>
>> We do not need a NCS, we simpily need to ignore those that monoplize the
>> satellites with excess power. They must talk with someone else to have a
>> QSO.
>> In real life we avoid people we do not want to talk to and it is the same
>> for Amateur Radio, in fact it is even easier as no one can "see" us
>> listening!.
>> Just like the sign in the  Zoo, "Don't feed the animals".
>>
>> Art ,
>> KC6UQH
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "John Wilcox / NS1Z" <ns1z@cfl.rr.com>
>> To: <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
>> Sent: Monday, January 02, 2006 3:45 AM
>> Subject: RE: [amsat-bb] NCS for ISS/FM leo sat's
>>
>>
>> > Do we really want to take the challenge out of this part of the Amateur
>> > Radio hobby?
>> >
>> > I understand that there are some out there who seem to have a check 
>> > list
>> > of
>> > things to "accomplish" within the hobby. They seem to be impatient with
>> > checking off the boxes on the list and hurriedly moving on to the next
>> > topic. It appears, almost, as if it is too much trouble to put in the
> work
>> > and effort that was previously required and put forth by others, to
>> > achieve
>> > the same goal (WAS, DXCC, VUCC Sat100 etc).
>> >
>> > Do we (as a group of satellite enthusiasts) want to remove all hurdles
>> > that
>> > mark progress and increased skill? I got into satellite operations
> because
>> > it was challenging and rewarding. I knew that any contact made was a
>> > direct
>> > result of my efforts and increasing skill level. Not like the HF net
> where
>> > you tell the net control you heard the station and HE tells you whether
> or
>> > not the contact is good and it really doesn't matter whether the DX
> heard
>> > you corretly or not. Is that really your idea of accomplishment? It
> sounds
>> > to me like this is what is being proposed.
>> >
>> > As the "Old Man" on the hill says: This too shall pass.
>> >
>> > School vacation will be over soon, some posters will have less free 
>> > time
>> > to
>> > get into mischief on this reflector, and the subject of how YOU can
>> > improve
>> > YOUR installation will return and the REAL satellite enthusiasts will,
>> > once
>> > again, be having FUN and brainstorming how to "do it better". Anyone
>> > remember what that was like?
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