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Re: Wireless transmission of power,
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- Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 07:28:33 -0700
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Original poster: Kreso Bukvic <kreso.bukvic@xxxxxxxxxxx>
In Croatia you have to pay evry month ~15 $ for radio and TV. Radio is 7.5 $
and TV also.
Other than that it is illegal. If you do not want to pay anymore they will
take your tv&radio and you are forbidden to poses one.
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Sent: Wednesday, March 16, 2005 8:53 PM
Subject: RE: Wireless transmission of power,
> Original poster: "Steve Conner" <steve.conner@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> >That would be like a radio station trying to charge those
> >receiving there signals.
> In Britain where I live, it's illegal to watch TV without paying about
> $150/year for a "TV licence". So our state owned broadcasting corporation
> doing exactly that- charging us to receive their signals. If you are
> watching TV without a licence you are liable for a fine of around $1500.
> American reader probably thinks this is a sick joke but I swear on the
> of your choice that it's true.
> I imagine that a similar scheme would work for bullying people into paying
> for wireless power. And wired power isn't really that hard to steal
> The real reason why wireless power never caught on is probably that wires
> are just more efficient and more practical.
> Steve Conner