Minute repeaters

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  1. Richard Watkins

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    The respose to my translation of Crespe has prompted me to think about minute repeaters.

    Would anyone be interested in an explanation of them? There are descriptions in a couple of books and I am not sure if there is any need to add to what has been published. If people are happy with the existing descriptions I probably won't bother.https://mb.nawcc.org/
     
  2. Smudgy

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    I'd like to read more about them, but if I'm the only one it probably isn't worth the time and effort.
     
  3. Paul Raposo

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    I'd also like to read more about repeaters. I think it's a topic that isn't discussed as much as it could be.
     
  4. Jerzy Ganczarczyk

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    Please, include also my name to the list of interested persons. Thank you.
     
  5. steve45jm

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    Me too, Richard. Thanks.

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    Me too, Richard. Thanks,

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  7. Richard Watkins

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    In response, I am thinking about it - well, actually slowly working on it. But it will take a while so don't get excited!
     

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