[ubuntu-studio-devel] Off-topic: Elementary OS
ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Mon Sep 7 18:33:25 UTC 2015
On Mon, 07 Sep 2015 13:53:07 -0400, lukefromdc at hushmail.com wrote:
>Radio amateurs take this to the extreme, they used flat-out clipping
>followed by aggressive filtration to limit frequency range as far back
>as the early 1960's. This gives understandable but not natural
>sounding speech, and can be equivalent to almost ten times more
>transmitter power. That combined with huge antennas allows a 100W
>transmitter on SW to talk halfway around the world when a 50,000 watt
>broadcast setup can have dead spots 5 miles from the antenna.
Btw. there's Linux software available for "Moonbounce or
Earth-Moon-Earth (EME) is a way of communicating by reflecting radio
signals from the Moon between two suitably equipped stations." -
The radio link also mentions Marble.
IMO Marble could be used to describe the difference between Linux for
special tasks and what's expected by averaged users.
The idea of Marbel is very good, an enthusiasts will appreciate Marbel.
A user that expects an alternative to Street View in Google Earth
unlikely will use Marbel as a replacement.
IMO this is applicable for Linux audio compared to Non-Linux audio
alternatives. Perhaps the target group for PR and what is provided
by Ubuntu Studio should be enthusiasts and not the averaged computer
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