Fred, I got errors on the complete link you showed, but once I went to the "home" page itself [http://www.computingunplugged.com/], I could see all the articles, including the one you cited.
Interesting. Nice op-ed piece from N3OH explaining the "other" side of things, too. Of course, in the editor's "controversy heats up" piece, he has to include a few put-downs. "Weird antennas," "strange call signs," and my favorite, "some of them claim broadband over powerline radiates." Now let's think about that one for a moment... we're get knocked for pointing out that the Emperor is wearing no clothes? But no, the editor isn't BIASED or anything. "We were prepared to mock the ham radio operators as being so last century." If you can win them over on the facts, humiliate them until they shut up and go away? Grrr. 73, ron w3wn From: Fred Stevens K2FRD <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Date: 2006/08/14 Mon AM 10:06:55 CDT To: email@example.com Subject: [DX-CHAT] Computing Unplugged Magazine BPL Article I think any ham who is concerned about the future of our hobby should read this article in Computing Unplugged Magazine on Broadband Over Powerline (BPL). http://www.computingunplugged.com/issues/issue200608/00001818001.html . Be sure to click onto "home" http://www.computingunplugged.com/ to view the other BPL articles. While the series' intent is to present a "fair and balanced" summation of the controversy, it has to date been somewhat one-sided on the side of BPL and needs more input from ham radio's viewpoint. I have already submitted a lengthy message-article to the editor, received a favorable response from him, and will now have to update, clarify, and document my article for possible future publication. I am certain there are others who are far more technically oriented than I who might also think to submit a well-written letter (email message) to Computing Unplugged Magazine, especially if you have had firsthand experience with BPL interference. -- 73 de Fred Stevens K2FRD, VO2FS http://homepage.mac.com/k2frd/K2FRD.html Subscribe/unsubscribe, feedback, FAQ, problems http://njdxa.org/dx-chat To post a message, DX related items only, firstname.lastname@example.org This is the DX-CHAT reflector sponsored by the NJDXA http://njdxa.org Subscribe/unsubscribe, feedback, FAQ, problems http://njdxa.org/dx-chat To post a message, DX related items only, email@example.com This is the DX-CHAT reflector sponsored by the NJDXA http://njdxa.org