makes ‘our’ nation wide repeater systems a sociological and/or social experiment. They are/have been widely used in all kinds of wireless systems like RC, Wi Fi, GSM, GPS, DECT etc, but queerly ‘underexposed’ in HAM scenes, despite perhaps (am)satellite usage like ! ) In The Netherlands (most) 23cm repeaters have 28 MHz shifts: e.g. This means the patch has to be designed for 1270 MHz (50 j0Ω), i.e. The result is screwed on a bookshelf in my shack, and indoors pointing at PI6NOS (1270.375 in / 1298.375 MHz out).
An observed trend is that Full licensed HAMs tend to avoid ‘our’ nation wide repeater systems because they don’t want to be associated with trolls and try to find their salvation in other areas and/or aspects of the hobby. Below a picture of the contrapsion (click to enlarge in new tab).
The onus of proof is on the claimant to prove the damage, the defect and the causal relationship between the defect and the damage.
A producer has some defences, including the state of the art defences (at least in some member states), i.e.
Despite perhaps axial ratio issues (Inmarsat patch), construction of the two patches is almost identical.
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that the state of scientific and technical knowledge at the time when the product was circulated would not have allowed the defect to be discovered. Claims should be filed within 3 years after damage, the defect and the identity of the producer has become known to the claimant.
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