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Subject: Re: Podcasting, anybody? (opml reader in rockbox)

Re: Podcasting, anybody? (opml reader in rockbox)

From: vincent <>
Date: Tue, 04 Jan 2005 14:58:37 -0500

you beat me to it
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jerry Van Baren" <>
To: "Rockbox development" <>
Sent: Tuesday, January 04, 2005 10:03 AM
Subject: Re: Podcasting, anybody? (opml reader in rockbox)

> Glenn at home wrote:
> > I'll bet that cCrane would still sell it to someone living where it is
> > allowed. I have always wondered if radio equipment from other countries
> > operate out of the normal bands that the FCC allows in the U.S., or if
> > Communications Commissions of other contries have frequencies nearly
> > identical to those of the FCC.
> > Being a HAM, you would think I would know this.
> > Glenn N0YJV
> Yes. The classic example is scanners in the USofA are not allowed to
> tune cell phone frequencies. The internet is awash (well, I exaggerate
> a little) in mods to remove jumpers and/or diodes to defeat the
> restrictions. There are also suggestions on where to buy radios that
> don't need to be modded.
> Example: <>
> gvb
> _______________________________________________

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