ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Fri Nov 27 15:04:22 CST 2009
> > Dave, people who know "the works" are so uncommon that you'd be
> > surprised.
> This is frightening and disheartening. But yes, I see lots of
I have, alas, come to terms with it. To be honest I generally associate
with those few people who do void the warreaty on everything they own on
the day of purchase :-)
> evidence of this every day. It makes me sick.
I witnessard an incidnet the other day (I will discuss it off-list only!)
which could have beena lot more serious than it was. But I am convinced
that if one of the people involved had had a very slight knowledge of
motor car engineering, it wouldn't have happeend at all.
> > I still believe the Radio Amateurs' Handbook should be used on
> > schools...
Of failing that, H&H (for some odd reason this book is not popular in
educational establishments ove here...)
it others me -- a lot -- that the lowest level amatuer radio license over
here prohibits you from designing a transmitter. You have to use a
ready-uilt one, or one built from an approved kit (or maybe to an
approved design). Ouch!. Fortunately I have the full license...
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