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  • Kerry McKenzie
    greetings have just been thinking of that very thing and settled on a dual band chinese hand held radio 5 watt with drop in charger all the works land cost to
    Message 1 of 8 , Mar 25, 2013
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      greetings
      have just been thinking of that very thing and settled on a dual band
      chinese hand held radio 5 watt with drop in charger all the works land
      cost to my po box $43 AUS
      You simply cannot go wrong,...here is the link

      http://www.409shop.com/

      --
      Kind Regards
      Kerry McKenzie

      PO Box 4492
      Kirwan QLD 4817
      Australia
    • Bob Scanferla
      Very Kewl.......... Thanks Oh don t forget yo will need to add a port.sys file in your /etc/ax25/fbb      folder. This is mine on my Pi: bob@raspberrypi
      Message 2 of 8 , Mar 25, 2013
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        Very Kewl..........

        Thanks

        Oh don't forget yo will need to add a port.sys file in your /etc/ax25/fbb      folder.

        This is mine on my Pi:

        bob@raspberrypi /etc/ax25/fbb $ more port.sys
        # FBB7.03
        #
        #Ports TNCs
         3   4
        #
        #Com Interface Adress (Hex) Baud
         1     9        ****  1200
        # 2     9        /dev/cua1    1200
         2     9        189C         0
         3     9        189f         0
        #
        #TNC NbCh Com MultCh Pacln Maxfr NbFwd MxBloc M/P-Fwd Mode  Freq
        # 0   0    0   0      0     0     0     0      00/01   ----  File-fwd.
         1   4    1   ax0     128   7     0    10     00/15  XUWYL  145.610
         2   4    1   nr1     128   7     1    10     00/15  XUWY   NEt/Rom
         3   8    2    0      250   2     1    10     00/60  TUW    Telnet
         4   8    3    0      128   2     6    10     02/10  TBW    Tel-6303
        #
        # End of file.
        #






        B


        From: Kerry McKenzie <kermck@...>
        To: Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Monday, March 25, 2013 3:52:39 AM
        Subject: [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] Re: Packet-specific transceivers

         
        greetings
        have just been thinking of that very thing and settled on a dual band
        chinese hand held radio 5 watt with drop in charger all the works land
        cost to my po box $43 AUS
        You simply cannot go wrong,...here is the link

        http://www.409shop.com/

        --
        Kind Regards
        Kerry McKenzie

        PO Box 4492
        Kirwan QLD 4817
        Australia



      • Bob Scanferla
        Sorry everyone Looks like I fat fingered a contact. Please disregard. B ________________________________ From: Bob Scanferla To:
        Message 3 of 8 , Mar 25, 2013
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          Sorry everyone

          Looks like I fat fingered a contact.

          Please disregard.

          B


          From: Bob Scanferla <va3rjs@...>
          To: "Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@yahoogroups.com" <Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@yahoogroups.com>
          Sent: Monday, March 25, 2013 9:00:46 AM
          Subject: Re: [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] Re: Packet-specific transceivers

           
          Very Kewl..........

          Thanks

          Oh don't forget yo will need to add a port.sys file in your /etc/ax25/fbb      folder.

          This is mine on my Pi:

          bob@raspberrypi /etc/ax25/fbb $ more port.sys
          # FBB7.03
          #
          #Ports TNCs
           3   4
          #
          #Com Interface Adress (Hex) Baud
           1     9        ****  1200
          # 2     9        /dev/cua1    1200
           2     9        189C         0
           3     9        189f         0
          #
          #TNC NbCh Com MultCh Pacln Maxfr NbFwd MxBloc M/P-Fwd Mode  Freq
          # 0   0    0   0      0     0     0     0      00/01   ----  File-fwd.
           1   4    1   ax0     128   7     0    10     00/15  XUWYL  145.610
           2   4    1   nr1     128   7     1    10     00/15  XUWY   NEt/Rom
           3   8    2    0      250   2     1    10     00/60  TUW    Telnet
           4   8    3    0      128   2     6    10     02/10  TBW    Tel-6303
          #
          # End of file.
          #






          B


          From: Kerry McKenzie <kermck@...>
          To: Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@yahoogroups.com
          Sent: Monday, March 25, 2013 3:52:39 AM
          Subject: [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] Re: Packet-specific transceivers

           
          greetings
          have just been thinking of that very thing and settled on a dual band
          chinese hand held radio 5 watt with drop in charger all the works land
          cost to my po box $43 AUS
          You simply cannot go wrong,...here is the link

          http://www.409shop.com/

          --
          Kind Regards
          Kerry McKenzie

          PO Box 4492
          Kirwan QLD 4817
          Australia





        • Dave B
          ... Looks nice. What s the RF (UHF Radio) spec? Re frequency agility purity etc, bearing in mind there is a world market for these, so 430 to 440 MHz for
          Message 4 of 8 , Mar 26, 2013
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            On 26 Mar 2013 at 9:11, Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@yahoogroups.com wrote:

            > ______________________________________________________________________
            > Re: Packet-specific transceivers
            > Posted by: "John D. Hays" john@... k7ve
            > Date: Mon Mar 25, 2013 2:31 am ((PDT))
            >
            > http://nwdigitalradio.com/products -- expected delivery this summer.
            >
            > [I am affiliated with NW Digital Radio.]

            Looks nice.

            What's the RF (UHF Radio) spec? Re frequency agility purity etc, bearing
            in mind there is a world market for these, so 430 to 440 MHz for UK/EU
            markets for instance would be good.

            Have you posted that link on the main APRS-IS list?

            Regards.

            Dave G0WBX.
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