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Old September 28th 07, 01:23 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
Bertie the Bunyip[_19_]
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Default ATC failure in Memphis

FredGarvinMaleProstitute wrote in
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Mxsmanic wrote:
JA_MORAN writes:

what about backup systems
a Microwave point to point could work, how about different feeds from
different circuits? or a SAtellite dish...


Back-up systems can only work if they exist.


I explained the backup issue in a previous response. The FAA
"Had" microwave backup until the unqualified idiots decided
they did not need it and went single threaded with outside
contractors(Telco).

Current FAA Management is clueless about technical issues


Actually, it's you who are clueless about tech matters, but don't let me
stop you making an asshole out of yourself!

Not that anything could stop ya.

Bertie
 




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