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Re: UHF Antenna on ISS.



Bob Bruninga wrote:
> Quote:
>> Apart from my lack of any interest
>> in HF  (and the associated 12WPM Morse test), I enjoy the use of
>> virtually all the bandwidth that amateur radio has to offer. 
>> This may surprise you, but there are many people like me for which HF is
>> about as interesting as watching paint dry.
> I guess you can't please everyone.....

Hmmm. Dunno about that. It sounds like this fellow's real issue is with 12 WPM
rather than 29 MHz. (I guess I know know how that feels. But I did my 5 WPM and
declared a personal truce.) 

Once again, making something "required reading" is the kiss-of-death.   

But I *didn't* realize there was an inverse relationship between interest and
wavelength. Following that logic, Ka band must be fascinating. 

73 de Maggie K3XS

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