On Wed, 15 May 2002, Richard A. Blank wrote:
> I believe this may be a vailid point. In an emergency, seconds count
> and using FRS as a communications tool without the tones would
> facilitate faster communications and help.
> Dave Colter wrote:
> > I think our staff requested that CTCSS tones not be used, since they
> > make it more difficult for a camp staff member to quickly switch
> > channels to call a particular Scoutmaster. Setting the channel, and
> > then the tone just caused an unnecessary delay....
Thanks! I agree completely and added revisions to my posted FRS SCOUTING
Do you think I got it right or need to be even stonger in my
receommendations against tones...?
de WB4APR< Bob