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From: Mark Graalman <71612.1234-at-compuserve-dot-com>
Date: 24 Jan 96 23:19:41 EST
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In lew of the present questions on what to allow into the list and what
not, I agree that it is really up to Chip, but I do think that keeping the
discussion on mainly Tesla coil design/construction would be best. If the
scope gets too broad we may end up not giving justice to any of it.
Not to subtract from the list and its benefits, I would like to know how
many Tesla coil builders are licensed radio amateurs (HAMS) I have always
wanted to get a "on the air group" started maybe on a once a month basis
or something to discuss the various aspects of coil building. I asked the
same question a few years ago in the TCBA news but got no responses, I
thought I'd bring it up here.
Mark Graalman (WB8JKR)