re: THOUSAND MILES PER WATT

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From: QLF%mimi@magic.itg.ti.com
Date: Tue Apr 02 1996 - 11:58:45 EST


From: Brad Bradfield QLF
 
Subj: re: THOUSAND MILES PER WATT
 
Ya' gotta remember that Thousand Miles per Watt is strictly a fun bragging
rights kind of thing and not something that is real objective. It's been
around at least since Ade published the Milliwatt, probably longer.
 
If you wanted to make it "somewhat" more practicle, put a minimum distance
requirement on it, like 100 or 200 miles. Remember that 0.568 uW at three feet
is still one thousand miles per watt.
 
73's
 
Brad, WB0CGH
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