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[Ham-80211] What is it? (comments)

Gerry Creager N5JXS gerry.creager at tamu.edu
Tue Feb 15 13:48:42 UTC 2005

I _WAS_ silent 'til this point.  I didn't have anything to add to the 
conjecture, offered by a pretty diverse group of knowledgable folks.

I *DID* read all these posts, as opposed to the current ramblings on the 
APRS list about how many WIDE paths to place on the head of a pin...

Discussions like this are interesting and worthwhile.  I see no reason 
to tone down or end the discussion.  None.  Period.

Back to the woodwork
73, Gerry N5JXS

J.P. Rouland wrote:
> That's why I "dared" ask my question....
> But, this remains a 802-11 list: how many "silent listeners" did I bore, 
> by starting this thread?
> For the list's main user's sake, I suggest toning down, or ending this 
> thread. Thanks to all responders, I think I got more info than I was 
> even hoping to get, LOL!
> With a big THANKS, and apologies to most,
> J.P. Rouland NQ6T
> Alex Fraser wrote:
>>    With all the new whiz bang technology around these days I think 
>> Hams and Ham radio need to find a new niche.  This answering of 
>> questions on technology is one thing I think hams  would do well in.  
>> I'm afraid  our current image in the publics mind is of being 
>> eccentric and antique.  We could re shape our image as the ones to 
>> come to to get answers with such things as HDTV, wireless nets etc. We 
>> have internal lines of communication to pass info around and the 
>> training and inclination to do so.       My two bits worth.....
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