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NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 09 Jan 2003 17:44:48 -0600
From: "Ralph Mowery"
Subject: Re: old cellphone reuse/salvage and schematics/tech info?
Date: Thu, 9 Jan 2003 18:42:49 -0400
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"> >> their LO's and
> > > transmitter spectral output has to be squeaky clean
> Yeah, in a pig's eye....
> Think of avionics:
> it's FORBIDDEN to use cellphones on planes, although the avionics
> should be immune from out-of band signals.
Celphones on planes access too many cells at one time messing up the
cellphone system. Also it is not the effect on the planes radio gear but
some of the planes are fly by wire now and the extra RF can cause them to
do strange things. A pilot friend of mine was telling about how one of the
newer jets would make a slight 'shudder movement' when it was swept by a
near by radar. It would not be noticed by the passengers but the pilots
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