Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by W1YW, Mar 3, 2019.
Heh. "Radio Guide" hence mil designations e.g. RG8 etc.
The 13 inch hole lets 20M RF in.
Stop playing games.
This is NOT my quote. It has nothing to do with my statements.
Do you honestly feel that I do NOT know about waveguide beyond cutoff--and the approximations and assumptions that go into that analysis?
Well, dream on.
Off -topic and will not discuss, other than to state that if you KNOW something is lacking in my knowledge base, then please SHOW it, an do not ASSUME it.
"I saw a huge HF array similar to the one in the photos"--WA3YRE
The example we have been given refers to an (alleged) HF OTHR in MOZAMBIQUE producing overload into a disconnected 20M transceiver, in which the room is enclosed save for a 13 inch hole. Whether such a facility exists, is irrelevant to me. Whether RF could have leaked in is a fact.
That 13 inch hole is capable of letting RF in at 20M wavelength.
Mozambique, Madagascar, makes no difference, there was never such an emitter in either place.
Why is it so hard for people to grasp this was a giant Soviet military industrial complex pork barrel project, that could be jammed by a kid with a hw101?
You choose to impute me with the odor of doubt, for unknown motivation. It is public and not in any way reasonable.
You have not removed your comment, and owe me an apology.
I am a fact-based guy. That's who I am.
Have a peasant day.