User talk:Dual Freq
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A beer for you!
|Thanks for the help on the USNS Relentless (T-AGOS-18) article talk page, for doing all that digging and solving that little mystery. It's much appreciated - Cheers - theWOLFchild 06:13, 25 October 2015 (UTC)|
- Thank you very much. It was kind of fun trying to figure it out. --Dual Freq (talk) 12:49, 25 October 2015 (UTC)
Hey, thanks for being so helpful with the mystery of the USS Wagner's launch date. You came up with some very impressive supporting sources! If you don't mind sharing, what's your method for finding evidence like that?
- My local library provides free access to http://newspaperarchive.com for home users. https://books.google.com for the book. https://news.google.com/newspapers has newspaper items as well, though I didn't use it this time. I guess I should have tried google newspaper first, because it would have been easier if I had. This is the first hit for terms Vandivier Wagner. Oh well. --Dual Freq (talk) 22:26, 28 November 2015 (UTC)
6 meter page
Hi DualFreq- I understand the general concept of a circular reference; can you explain why a link to pertinent pages in wikipedia as opposed to duplicating the same information amounts to a circular reference? My point is that the friction between Armstrong and RCA had an impact on the frequency allocation landscape to include the move of the five meter band to six meters. That was probably the first deviation from harmonically related bands. I don't think it's productive to reproduce either of the cited articles, but it is good to give the reader a starting point. As you can tell, I don't edit wikipedia articles, so I don't know all the abbreviations. I look forward to your response.
- You'd need to cite a reliable source like a book or reliable internet source that makes that same claim. However, it seems pretty clear that TV was the primary threat to the 50 MHz spectrum from 1938 onward. Neither of those articles mention FM broadcast radio being allocated between 50 to 60 MHz. The article talk page at Talk:6-meter band is a better place for this discussion so others can reply as well. --Dual Freq (talk) 02:40, 16 December 2015 (UTC)
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