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General / Re: Christian Anarchy is the only sensible answer...
« on: January 10, 2009, 03:29:56 PM »
ever listen to "Hotel California" on ketamine?

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General / Re: Christian Anarchy is the only sensible answer...
« on: January 10, 2009, 11:10:58 AM »
Dilemma,

One believes in the teachings embodied in the words of jesus the chirst as stated in the new testament but does not believe in jesus the christ or his god

what are you

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Free Radio Forum / Re: Pirate shortwave.
« on: January 10, 2009, 10:22:39 AM »
How many of your friends have a radio that works medium or shortwave bands?
How many of your friends have a TV, or AM, or FM, radio?

I have a radio that transmits on HF, or shortwave, bands. However, if you attempt to transmit on the amateur radio bands you will very quickly find that someone will locate you and turn you in to the FCC. Hams are very possessive of their allocations, and police their own frequencies. Typical time to find an illegal broadcaster: maybe twenty minutes. Often, without ever leaving the shack.

"I'm gettin' a 5X5 here, how 'bout you?"

"He's coming in 8X5 here. Must be about a mile away, to the east..."

Yes, I am licensed.
Yes, I am a member of the ARRL

Of the vast majority of hams that I know under the age of 50 are of the libertarian mindset. They also enjoy shortwave listening which includes listening to pirate radio.

I've been looking at the FCC complaints filed and a good 80% are against hams that are stomping on repeaters, one or two non licensed individuals stomping on repeaters and a couple of companies stomping on repeaters.

Now I agree that the FCC should not exist, but until there is legal recourse for stomping on privately owned repeaters that are intended for providing fault tolerant communications in the event of disaster, emergency etc i see nothing wrong with hams policing hams using the FCC.

For those who wish to make two way communications without an FCC license there is CB radio.


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Free Radio Forum / Re: Part 15 Stations - Antenna's
« on: January 06, 2009, 11:33:43 AM »
And for the geeks

Basics of Antenna Modeling
http://www.wx7s.com/wordpress/?p=28

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Free Radio Forum / Re: Part 15 Stations - Antenna's
« on: January 06, 2009, 10:37:07 AM »
I imagine that a few of you reading this and other posts are wondering what is meant by things like "5/8 wave" "folded" "dipole" and "j-pole". As I am not the most eloquent human on the face of the planet heres a link to basic fundamentals of antennas. While this will be most beneficial to those who may want to build there own, it will also help those understand things like how antennas are measured in wavelengths etc..

Yes, this site is geared for the amateur radio op aka ham but an antenna is an antenna

http://www.electronics-tutorials.com/antennas/antenna-basics.htm

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Free Radio Forum / How about pirate radio in the white spaces?
« on: December 28, 2008, 11:42:33 AM »
-- snip --

I will do a longer tirade about white spaces in a few days. For now I want to reprint a letter I got from Stephen Dunifer, a spectrum radical and promoter of free radio. For now, lets think about public interest. Notice that the lower VHF band, the TV channels 2 through 6 are now sort of unloved. The phone and data companies thought they could rip these frequencies from the broadcasters, but then they realized the low frequencies require a large antenna that would make them useless for high-dollar mobile service. It turns out that there is an actual public service proposal on the table. It does not come from any high-dollar multinational corporation. It comes from Stephan Dunifer, a Berkeley radical and proponent of free radio, disparagingly called pirate radio by many people. Stephen wrote me:

-- snip --

http://www.edn.com/blog/1700000170/post/60038406.html

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General / Re: What are you eating?
« on: December 24, 2008, 09:18:55 PM »
I'll try anything once, twice if it doesnt kill me

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General / Re: What are you eating?
« on: December 24, 2008, 09:12:26 PM »
Nothing.  I'm not hungry.  I ate at 8 this morning and haven't been hungry yet.   :shock:

I want some of what yer taking!

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Free Radio Forum / Books to chek out
« on: December 24, 2008, 08:50:14 PM »
List any books of interest here

Pirate radio and video projects
http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Pirate-Radio-and-Video/Newton-C-Braga/e/9780750673310/?itm=68

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General / Re: What are you eating?
« on: December 24, 2008, 06:26:59 PM »
umm ginger bread cookies made by a 3 year old!

Sounds like ick.

wellllllllllllllllll, slighty burnt on the bottom, but over all not to bad

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General / Re: What are you eating?
« on: December 24, 2008, 06:20:34 PM »
umm ginger bread cookies made by a 3 year old!

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General / Re: Chaos is the only sensible answer. [NSFW] Cthulhu is awake!!!
« on: December 24, 2008, 06:15:19 PM »
*twiddles thumbs*

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Free Radio Forum / Re: Part 15 Stations - Antenna's
« on: December 24, 2008, 06:07:49 PM »
For years, I've been using a folded 5/8 for broadcast. I found the dimentions on a ham/ pirate site that was also showing dimentions for a 2 meter J-pole. When I dig up the plans, I'll post them on libertyactivism. The folded 5/8 has no ground radials and has more gain than any 1/4 wave. It costs about $10 to make and is really just a 7 foot legnth of PVC with a wire in it.

Do you have an SWR meter and if so, what is the ratio, also, is it a folder dipole or what

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