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From: Sjolin@aol.com
Date: Fri, 6 Dec 1996 11:42:35 -0500
In a message dated 96-12-05 19:07:48 EST, steveh@fons.com (Steve Harrison) writes:

<< Please keep in mind that not all other amateurs are conversant with the theory and applications of ss; concepts such as the various codings, etc., that you, Dr. Clark, have mentioned, are not only alien to our way of thinking, but also of very little interest to most weak signal enthusiasts. All that we REALLY want to know is:

What do you, as an expert on spread-spectrum communications, predict will happen to our noise floor on the various V/UHF amateur bands as heard on our typical narrowband receiver systems when one or more ss stations operate on the same band utilizing whatever transmission parameters might be expected to be considered normal by other ss users? >>

Way to go Steve! Couldn't say it better myself.

Also Steve, do you want to try M/S during Geminids?

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