[amsat-bb] Re: Government control hasexceededconstitutionallimitations.
k8ocl at hotmail.com
Tue Apr 24 12:32:26 PDT 2007
No, those channels are probably going to 802.22 services.
----Original Message Follows----
From: Jim Jerzycke <kq6ea at pacbell.net>
To: Roger Kolakowski <rogerkola at aol.com>, bruninga at usna.edu,
amsat-bb at amsat.org
Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: Government control
Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2007 11:58:55 -0700 (PDT)
Isn't it going to be refarmed for public service use?
--- Roger Kolakowski <rogerkola at aol.com> wrote:
> Speaking of TV wasteland, as all TV stations have to
> transition to digital
> in 2009, the initial figures look like they are
> abandoning Ch 2 thru Ch 6
> opening up the VHF lowband (under 88mHz) for
> whatever. 4 meter satellite or
> hambands anyone?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Robert Bruninga" <bruninga at usna.edu>
> To: <amsat-bb at amsat.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, April 24, 2007 2:40 PM
> Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: Government control has
> > > We need to start forcing a return to total
> > > control of this bloated government we are now
> > > with, and ensure it operates as 'we' direct it,
> > Sometimes its the 'we' that we worry about...
> > > I say shut down those two 'radar' sites and move
> > > history has shown that the closure of others has
> > > affected this nation whatsoever,
> > Oh, I donno, it protected us from Nukes from
> Russia for quite a
> > while...
> > > ...they are no longer neccessary as there
> > > are very few nations with the capacity...
> > > to even launch long range ballisitic missiles
> > China just shot one of theirs down last month.
> And created
> > 10,000 bits of shrapnel that endangers all of our
> > Every onve of those 10,000 bits has to be tracked
> along with our
> > HAM satellites to keep things clean up there in
> > > Here's a thought..MOVE THE RADAR'S OPERATING
> > > UPWARDS!
> > As one of the 'we', I don't my taxes to pay for a
> > of a several hundred million dollar facility, that
> has been in
> > place and working fine for a very long time.
> > > We have every right to have access to spectrum
> WE own,
> > No, we have access to it on a secondary shared
> basis. We should
> > be thankful for that and work with them to
> minimize our
> > interference to them.
> > > The military doesn't need the entire radio
> spectrum to
> > > work with, give it only what it needs and that's
> > > all...THIS FAR, NO FURTHER...THE LINE MUST BE
> DRAWN HERE!
> > They actually have very little. The biggest waste
> of spectrum
> > is TV. What a wasteland.
> > I think patience and working it out is the best
> way to resolve
> > spectrum issues, not shooting from the hip with
> all barrels
> > blazing...
> > Bob
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