Re: [scoutradio] Dayton?
- I think the suggestion of FRS was so that ALL Scouts might be able to talk
and meet each other, regardless of if they have a ham license or not.
Also, the simplex traffic at Dayton is so heavy that you have a hard time
finding a frequency to use during the weekend. My guess is that the FRS
won't be much better, but if all the hams are on the ham bands, maybe....
Milt Forsberg, K9QZI
On Mon, 13 May 2002, Richard A. Blank wrote:
> I'm just curious, why would one ham suggest to another ham to use
> another radio service such as FRS? Wouldn't a 2 meter simplex frequency
> better serve licensed hams?
> Rick WB3BSA