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17607

Re: Tram Browning GMRS UHF Ant

Model ?? Sent from my iPhone
John
Jun 26
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17606

Tram Browning GMRS UHF Ant

Is this antenna a good working ant? Any one know anything about it?
cobralm522
Jun 26
#17606
 
17605

Re: Yet another threat to GMRS

... I don't think they were intent on destroying GPS spectrum, they were focused only on their product with no knowledge or regard to other radio services.
Michael Wright
Jun 1
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17604

Yet another threat to GMRS

Reposted from Private Wireless Forum. LightSquared is the company that was intent on destroying the GPS downlink spectrum. Sadly it seems their attorneys have
rfiemiguy
May 31
#17604
 
17603

Re: FCC Part 95 modifications

Yes, agreed. It's fair to say that you can't be "everything to everyone", yet have decent filtering to provide the best performance for a specific band or
Scott Pederson
May 28
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17602

Re: FCC Part 95 modifications

Motorola's contract with Giant wasn't renewed. They are making their own now, and the latest series is showing up on FCC ID searches as "Motorola Solutions".
John
May 28
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17601

Re: FCC Part 95 modifications

Scott, the SDR radios while revolutionary, often lack an effective receiver front end filter. This results in poor IMD and spurious response performance when
rfiemiguy
May 28
#17601
 
17600

Re: FCC Part 95 modifications

I think in Motorola's (MSI) case, they are targeting Public Safety and large Enterprise customers. The small business products are marketed by dealers, the
rfiemiguy
May 28
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17599

Re: FCC Part 95 modifications

Over the last couple years, I have followed (with great interest) the Software-Defined-Radio emerging market - in particular, the possible developments for a
Scott Pederson
May 25
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17598

Re: FCC Part 95 modifications

While I agree that many radios are Part 90/95 certified, of late (past ten years or so) I don't see manufacturers (Motorola and Kenwood) going for the Part 95
Tom Parker
May 25
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17597

Re: FCC Part 95 modifications

This part: "Document reads, "because we find the record is insufficient to establish whether and how these changes should be made and their potential impact.
rfiemiguy
May 25
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17596

Re: FCC Part 95 modifications

Yeah, that's why I stick with commercial radios. Lol On May 24, 2017 17:23, "Michael Wright mikeht220@... [GMRS]"
Robert Metcalf
May 25
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17595

Re: FCC Part 95 modifications

... I didn't think that would change. There are UHF radios, i.e. Kenwood TK372, that are Part 95 that can easily be programmed for amateur. Key thing to
Michael Wright
May 24
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17594

Re: FCC Part 95 modifications

The FCC won't certify any new UHF radios that are capable of operation between 420-450 MHz, as well as from 450-512 MHz. So, you won't be able to find new UHF
jhguetherman
May 23
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17593

Re: FCC Part 95 modifications

From reading it means they will not cert a radio for GMRS that can also do amateur. So think of the bubble pack radios ⁣Signed,  John Kruk - N9UPC  EMail
John Kruk - N9UPC
May 23
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