> last march (and j0n will back me up on this) the wit amateur radio group
> went on a competition, using 3.5MHz (mainly) tx'ing average power of 1KW.
> the way the antenna was diected, we were in the direct path of the max
> tx'ed power. I can say for the whoille weekend I had a splitting headache,
> and for about a week after.
Do you not think that was your hangover? After all we were skulling pints..
to add my .02 Euro's worth. I'm a radio ham (Ei7iG) and I've found over the
years that I'm extremely sensitive to stray RF, if I use a mobile phone for
longer than about 15 minutes I'll have a splitting headache for a few hours
Question on a different subject... Have any of you ever rigged up something to
notify you (using a modem) when a machine is in trouble or anything like that?
John Ronan <j0n at tssg.wit.ie>, +353-51-302411
Telecommunications Software Systems Group - WIT, http://www.tssg.wit.ie
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