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Re: work like a trasponder or not ?

I remember when my son-in-law's parents were over from France. His father made the comment that the "wild" strawberries in our back yard were "ferocious"
Jim Unroe
12:45 PM
#51294
 
51293

Re: work like a trasponder or not ?

From: baofeng_uv5r@yahoogroups.com [mailto:baofeng_uv5r@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Sunday, 5 July 2015 3:04 AM To: baofeng_uv5r@yahoogroups.com Subject: Re:
Geoff
11:08 AM
#51293
 
51292

Re: work like a trasponder or not ?

If memory serves, a transponder is a self contained device that takes one signal, and changes it to another. For example, a chip in a credit card (some types
Christopher Young
10:34 AM
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51291

Re: work like a trasponder or not ?

Agreed. It's just a $30 radio that works well for what it costs. At that price it can't be all things to all people, you'll have to spend a lot more. It is a
tenorman1952
10:22 AM
#51291
 
51290

Re: work like a trasponder or not ?

A "transponder" is not what you seem to think, but to answer your question, no the UV-5R will not work either as a transponder or as what you want (which is a
Xaun Loc
10:15 AM
#51290
 
51289

Re: work like a trasponder or not ?

I suspect he means as a translator – ie a crossband repeater. Short answer, no, as I understand it you would need two radios for this. Geoff VK5GDR From:
Geoff
9:16 AM
#51289
 
51288

Re: work like a trasponder or not ?

I believe he means a repeater. One UV-5R cannot do that but two UV-5R's can: http://www.miklor.com/COM/UV_CrossBand.php 73 Mike W9MDB From:
Michael Black
9:01 AM
#51288
 
51287

Re: work like a trasponder or not ?

It is a real dualbander. What do you want it to do to act as a trasponder? I'm not sure what you mean. (sorry about that) Larry WB2UFO
Larry
8:59 AM
#51287
 
51286

Re: work like a trasponder or not ?

It is a real dualbander.  What do you want it to do to act as a trasponder?  I'm sure what you mean. Larry WB2UFO On 7/4/2015 4:55 AM, iw2bsf_rudy@...
Larry
8:55 AM
#51286
 
51285

Re: Range over water?

Once in a while, some thing actually works well. Most often found by trial and error, and found without government programs. When I was a kid, my family would
Christopher Young
5:08 AM
#51285
 
51284

Re: Range over water?

... Using a transmitter without a licence is not: Trespassing. Unless you are on land without permission. Criminal damage. Unless you damage anything. Theft of
Laurence Taylor
3:57 AM
#51284
 
51283

work like a trasponder or not ?

but ok UV-5R is not a real dualbander but it continuely scan to vfo a to vfo b.... but is possibile to use that a TRASPONDER ? vhf on uhf and viceversa ? i
iw2bsf_rudy
2:55 AM
#51283
 
51282

Re: Range over water?

Imagine that... Marine band radios working well over water. Who would have thought? 😃 Jardy Dawson WA7JRD Nobody really cares what device you are using, as
Jardy
12:38 AM
#51282
 
51281

Re: Range over water?

Chris, Marine band is VHF. So yeah. It does work GREAT over water. Geoff, Yep I can definitely see you getting about 10nm over salt water. But for some strange
w8jvf
12:07 AM
#51281
 
51280

Re: Range over water?

It’s a pity they don’t have a UHF CB band like ours in the US. (5w out and all the antenna gain you can manage – no fee class license) I live on the
Geoff
7:48 PM
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