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2004-05-11, 03:11
Karl,

That reminds me of.......

There is a snorkel with integrated radio that switches on with water
contact. The sound is transmitted directly into the head (via vibrations
on the jaw bone / on the teeth?).

Above water we could use the snorkel as antenna...... ;-)

And for scuba diving there'd be no headphones! What about an underwater
antenna? Will it be long? How do sub marines do it?

Wolfgang


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Watch out for those headphones - any deeper than three metres or so and
you'll need surgery to remove them from your sinus cavities :-)

Regards, K.
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David Heidgerken
2004-05-11, 07:20
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Sent: Tuesday, May 11, 2004 3:11 AM
Subject: [slim] SLIMP3 in a tube


Karl,

That reminds me of.......

There is a snorkel with integrated radio that switches on with water
contact. The sound is transmitted directly into the head (via vibrations
on the jaw bone / on the teeth?).

Above water we could use the snorkel as antenna...... ;-)

And for scuba diving there'd be no headphones! What about an underwater
antenna? Will it be long? How do sub marines do it?

Wolfgang


-----Original Message-----
.................

Watch out for those headphones - any deeper than three metres or so and
you'll need surgery to remove them from your sinus cavities :-)

Regards, K.
..................