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PostSubject: Written communication   January 1st 2014, 6:34 am

The original poster in the exchange linked below just cannot seem to make himself clear. He wants to know about possible use of now abandoned AM frequencies, such as the old police band, which are provided for in many antique receivers. Good question but he gets bombarded with replies about SWL, need for antennas, what can be listened to on nearby frequencies, how frequencies appear on amateur transmitters, etc., etc. He repeats his original question several times but the non sequitur replies continue. Having experienced this kind of thing myself, I can readily commiserate.

Also note that he has to invoke an apparently uncooperative wife in reply to a suggestion about installing an inside antenna. I've made clear my position about uncooperative wives in pursuit of the antique radio hobby in several previous posts. . . .

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