Of course there are certain security implications too, and I don't mean
Imagine if this were to catch on. Your local scum bags would have a
field trip! Driving through an estate seeing who's in and who's out ;o)
Colin Whittaker wrote:
>> Random thoughts on this.
>> How about a low power fm transmitter, stick an oscilator on its input,
> then all you need on the mailfetching machine is either a card based fm
> reciever or a really simple reciever circuit with its output into a
> Then just see if your signal is there or not.
> "Razor blades. The currency of the New Economy."
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