From: D A Coleman (ext. 2850) (DACOLEMAN@fair1.fairfield.edu)
You're quite right: many communications-equipment designs are negligent as far
as really effective transceiving is concerned. Actually, if you do a bit of fiddling, you may very well find that you can make do with a little capacitive
coupling that's just inherent somewhere in your transmitter and receiver
circuitry. I've known hams who have used phasing circuits and have been able--
believe it or not--to hear other signals right through their own.
Don Coleman, W1VOQ
Funny thing you should mention Socrates; I'm a philosophy prof. As the old
boy might have said if he'd lived in our day, "I'd sooner Lipton. -- A quote that should have been anonymous!
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