6m radio project (Annapolis)
bruninga at usna.edu
Mon Oct 29 11:36:12 CDT 2007
Sign me up for one.
Ill put it on the air in Annapolis.
Be a nice back channel which does not interfere with other
things going on on VHF and UHF...
Ill probably hook it up as a remote base so I can use it from my
car without having to lug it around.
I also have 6 of those 100 watt 6 meter radios we bought a long
time ago to put on packet...
Bob Bruninga, WB4APR
> -----Original Message-----
> Subject: 6m radio project (again)
> Its base range is 40 to 50 MHz.
> With a minimum of retuning it covers the entire 6m ham band.
> It's a 110 watt radio.
> Very potent.
> Two amps of RF on the antenna.
> In stock form it holds 22 channels.
> It's a 'trunk mount' style radio.
> I will be lucky to have 10 or 12 channels worth of
> programming for local use.
> Then put them in boxes as complete kits.
> For a set up radio, I'm thinking of about 75 bucks each.
> MC Hawking
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