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The start of my small little cellular phone web site.

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by N9WOS, Oct 23, 2003.

  1. Larry W4CSC

    Larry W4CSC Guest

    On Tue, 11 Nov 2003 13:48:06 GMT, "The Unknown Poster"
    <whatseMail@none.com> wrote:

    >
    >"Larry W4CSC" <nospam@home.com> wrote in message
    >news:3fa8eeb2.62873235@news.knology.net...
    ><snipped some good crap here>
    >
    >: 50Hz....................15Khz 19Khz 23Khz..........53Khz 60-70Khz
    >: Left+Right mono audio Pilot L minus R audio Musak NBFM
    >: Tone
    >:
    >: To get left and right audio, there's a receiver inside the receiver,
    >: tuned to 38 Khz after the FM detector. This receiver is actually AM.
    >: There's very little noise, anyway. The output from this subcarrier
    >: receiver is Left MINUS right audio. Right is backwards phase (180
    >: degrees) from the Right audio on the main mono channel.
    >:
    >: if we feed both the output of the subcarrier receiver to the main
    >: audio, the right channel audio cancels out and we're left with Left
    >: Channel audio. If we INVERT the phase of the subcarrier audio and add
    >: it to the main audio, the LEFT channel cancels out and we get right
    >: audio. There, now you have the Left and Right we started with. This
    >: was invented before "digital" anything....strictly analog in nature.
    >
    >larry:
    >Do we all pass Elements 1,2 and 9 for understanding that?
    >(I think that is what I had to pass to get on college radio in the 70's)
    >I remember the 19kHz and the addition/subraction to get left and right...
    >

    You don't even need a license to operate WABC-TV, AM or FM, now!

    The GROL is so useless, they decided only marine and aviation techs
    needed it, now.

    My 1st Phone with Radar Endorsement hangs in a nice frame over my
    desk. My GROL they shoved down my throat to replace it is hidden away
    in a drawer to hide my shame of the licensed broadcast technician's
    demise.

    Credit is easy. FCC GIVES you the question bank and all the answers
    so the "less fortunate" can pass it, now. When I took my test,
    questions began with "Draw" or "Discuss" or "Explain". There weren't
    any multiple guess questions to memorize the answers. If the FCC guy
    didn't like your looks, YOU FAILED.....(c;

    If you didn't LOOK like an FCC technician, they certainly weren't
    going to give you a license, either!



    Larry W4CSC

    "Very funny, Scotty! Now, BEAM ME MY CLOTHES! KIRK OUT!"
     



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  2. "Larry W4CSC" <nospam@home.com> wrote in message =
    news:3fb16d41.1350152@news.knology.net...
    >=20
    > You don't even need a license to operate WABC-TV, AM or FM, now!
    >=20
    > The GROL is so useless, they decided only marine and aviation techs
    > needed it, now.
    >=20
    > My 1st Phone with Radar Endorsement hangs in a nice frame over my
    > desk. My GROL they shoved down my throat to replace it is hidden away
    > in a drawer to hide my shame of the licensed broadcast technician's
    > demise.
    >=20
    >=20
    >=20
    > Larry W4CSC
    > =20


    Yep!
    Back in the early fifties, I got a Restricted Radiotelephone Operator's =
    Permit,
    so I could work as a dispatcher.
    Later, I needed that permit as an airplane pilot.
    In the early sixties, when I got my First-Class Commercial =
    Radiotelephone
    Operator's license, they *cancelled* my Restricted Permit.
    When they terminated the First Class 'Phone, that left me licenseless,
    but pilots no longer needed the Permit for domestic U.S. aviation.

    Fortunately, Canada rarely asks tourists if we possess radio-operator's =
    licenses.
    (Heck, the FCC no longer even makes us license our aircraft =
    transmitters.)
    ---JRC---
     

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