Our logo is similar as well....


When was wispa formed?

KyWiFi LLC wrote:

We aren't using the WISPA logo cause we aren't members
of WISPA. The tower image was actually designed by a local
vinyl/sign shop, I think they got it from a clip art CD, not sure.
It does resemble the tower image used in the WISPA logo so
maybe whoever designed the WISPA logo got it from the
same or similar clip art gallery or CD?

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----- Original Message ----- From: "Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Subject: Re: [WISPA] Use of WISPA logo

Not sure about the logo, my guess is, no. Has to be the whole wispa logo, not just part of it.

I know Bob (if it's the same Bob Smith), he's a good guy.

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----- Original Message ----- From: JohnnyO
 To: wireless@wispa.org
 Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2006 11:18 PM
 Subject: [WISPA] Use of WISPA logo

Are we all able to use the WISPA logo like this ? http://www.kywifi.com/images/vptower/CIMG5548.jpg

Also - came across this post on tower talk , figured we all may be able to learn a little bit about house cleaning from this.

 Who is Bob Smith ?

 *Bob Smith Wrote*

 HI All,

 I'm a wireless network consultant in my 'other life' and thought you
 all might get
 a real charge out of seeing what some people call a 'commercial tower install'

 The tower in the pictures is used by a TV translator system , but a new WISP
 in Ky. is thinking of putting up a system on the tower also.

 He is experiencing a whole lot of electrical noise when he mounts his antennas
 on the tower, but he can hold them in his hand, not mounted, and the noise
 goes away.  So now he's thinking of wrapping the mounts with electrical tape to
 insulate them from the tower and install his equipment.  (Good
 electrical practice?)

 My comment to him was "tie a cable to his bumper and to the tower and
 drive away from the tower, this way he would be doing both the tower owner and
 himself a favor".   No kidding aside, as you can see in the pictures
 (#13 - #27)
 the tower is a mess.


 Gawd, ham's get hassled in California for a 30' tower, and in Ky. you can just
 put of anything, anyway and use it  ,, Go figure.

 Bob Smith

 Bob Smith
 ARRL Life Member
 Fort Bragg, California   95437

 "On The Air-Conditioned Mendocino Coast, In REAL Northern California"
 No trees were destroyed in the sending of this message.
 However, a large number of electrons were terribly inconvenienced.


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