[aprssig] N1547C tracker
bruninga at usna.edu
Thu Oct 20 21:44:01 CDT 2005
>>> HamLists at ametx.com 10/20/05 6:09 PM >>>
>....or because "I was just experimenting" is
> no excuse and there are a _lot_ of ex-hams that
> have found that out.
Interesting statement. I have read every notice
I have seen about people fined and losing their
license and every single (100%) one of them was
a complete jerk who BLATANTLY disregarded
EVERY rule and not only should have lost his license
but should have been removed from the gene pool
I dont know of ANYONE that was fined, or lost his
license because he was persuing experimentation
and in a socially acceptible manner pushing of the
envelope of radio applications...
Go back to square one. Ham radio is about persuing
the radio art. What we do with our radios defines
what we are. People shouldnt get so bogged down
in splitting hairs about how others use their radios
as long as it is not interferring with them. There is
so much else that we can do with HAM radio, why
waste time on trying to force others into some of our
own narrow minded views. After all, there are only
so many angels can dance on a dipole.
de WB4APR, Bob
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Robert Bruninga
> Posted At: Thursday, October 20, 2005 2:22 PM
> Subject: RE: [aprssig] N1547C tracker
> This is getting rediculously political. If we had to wait
> for the FCC to write into the rules anything BEFORE we
> experimented with it, then we would be nowhere! We would not
> have SSB, nor packet, nor ATV nor SSTV nor anything else but spark!
> Remember this is a service for experimentation!
> We dont have to wait for the FCC to write a rule for trackers
> before we can invent trackers...
> de Wb4APR, Bob
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