From: chuck adams (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I stand corrected by the posting of Jim, VE3XJ.
I probably sounded pretty harse and I stand publicly
corrected. I know that we have a gentleman's agreement
in the states (I seem to recall) that digital operations
would stay above the +60KHz bandedge. I don't see the
digital types pushing the UPPER edges.
Riding a bicycle is archaic and even walking (which I
do 30+ miles per week) is archaic also. You have to
be careful where you do both or you get run over by
a larger vehicle.
Somehow I feel the same way as a CW operator, and even
worse as a QRP nut.
I would think that peer pressure would help, but I hereby
remove the suggestion and crawl back into my hole.
Chuck Adams K5FO CP-60
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