Author Topic: #179 – Greg Charvat Returns With A Book!  (Read 1579 times)

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Offline GiskardReventlov

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#179 – Greg Charvat Returns With A Book!
« on: February 13, 2014, 07:38:14 am »
Interesting episode. I have a different feel for radar now and it just doesn't sound intimidating.  I may even get the book....well maybe if it's at the library (doubtful), ok maybe used on amazon.  Using it in a car makes a lot of sense because as he said you can really accurately define objects in rain, shine, blizzard, sand storm, fog bank, whatever in 3 dimensions. Those are useful characterisitics.

I thought about getting my HAM too but my desire to do so fizzled. I have enough things to do.

The parking pucks are interesting, what happens when I put a faraday cage over a puck? Does a parking droid show up? How long will it take for the protocol to be reverse-engineered? I'll give it a month after public deployment.  Or has it already been?

 

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Re: #179 – Greg Charvat Returns With A Book!
« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2014, 08:04:11 am »
I noticed now that comments are also on the theamphour.com site for each episode. Is that site a different demographic?  Why bifurcate the episode discussion? I don't really want another account so it's easier to comment here.

 

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Re: #179 – Greg Charvat Returns With A Book!
« Reply #2 on: February 21, 2014, 07:43:29 am »
I think you answered your own question.

You mean to say it is a different demographic?  Seems plausible. Did you hear this episode? It seems well suited for this forum's demographic too.  So the mystery remains as to the demographic of the AmpHour.
 


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