Re: [Scoutradio] Please vote for 2 meter frequency
- I think the issue was with their 144 to 146 MHZ HTs.
I would say, based on the poll, that 146.52 is the way to go (and 446.00 for 70cm). I still strongly encourage that we advertise 145.55 (and 445.55) as a secondary scouting frequency. Would be nice to be able to visit camp and know they will be on another specific frequency if not the calling channels.
Monday, November 10, 2003, 6:31:54 PM, you wrote:
wnn> Guy's if any foreign HAMs do come here they can use our
wnn> freq. plan . While they are here they can use all the same
wnn> Freq.'s we use ( expl. if they were Tech.'s they could use all the same freq.'s
wnn> our tech.'s use) .
wnn> T.J. wd4nhh
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