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[hfsig] VMSK arisen again in new shape and form?

Robert McGwier rwmcgwier at comcast.net
Fri Dec 2 15:54:58 UTC 2005


I would love to see the SNR required to do 6.24 MBPS in a 5 KHz 
channel.  THOU SHALT NOT DEFILE THE LAW GIVEN BY SHANNON.  It is crap.

Bob
N4HY

John Harrison wrote:

> The promise of a new revolutionary communications technique far better 
> than anything existing, and yet clouded in mystery and secrecy comes 
> from the hitherto unknown company XG Technology (www.xgtechnology.com)
>
> I wonder if it is shares origins with the VMSK technique, so 
> successfully shot into oblivion by Phil Karn a couple of years ago 
> (www.ka9q.net/vmsk).
>
> I'm a sceptic by nature (especially when something seems to contradict 
> nature), and their web site shows all the characteristics of a scam: 
> professional surface, impressive references, secret methods, no 
> third-party testing, still in lab and the promise to revolutionalize 
> the world.
>
> But what do I know. Maybe it works....
>
> 73/John
>
>
>
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