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Re: Mexican Radio

My memory of the societ jammers was not that they broadcast a 'tone'....but
it was more like "noisy engines" in a room.

This 'noise' covered the intended target pretty well.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Sven Franklyn Weil" <sven@gordsven.com>
To: "Garrett Wollman" <wollman@khavrinen.lcs.mit.edu>
Cc: <bri@bostonradio.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 22, 2002 11:26 AM
Subject: Re: Mexican Radio

> On Wed, 22 May 2002, Garrett Wollman wrote:
> > <<On Tue, 21 May 2002 23:42:28 -0400, "A. Joseph Ross"
<lawyer@attorneyross.com> said:
> >
> > > Or maybe jamming.
> >
> > Soviets had many multi-megawatt jammers, not to mention the usual
> Isn't using a transmitter as a jammer by just sending out a tone kind of a
> waste?  Why not put program material on it, like music, talk, etc.
> (simulcanst another station if you don't want to add more staffing)?
> You're still jamming the co-located station even if you're putting voice
> on your jammer aren't you?
> --
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