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  • ...includes the 467 MHz interstitial channels that were formerly FRS only and FRS now includes the 462 MHz main GMRS channels. Tom ND5Y > On a related topic, that falls under the heading of Too Little Too Late, > we have section 95.1791 > > /95.1791 Sales of GMRS...
    Tom Consodine Jun 11
  • Also if you poke around on the FCC OET web site you will see that in addition to Part 90 certification most real 2-way radios are also certified for Parts 22 and 74, sometimes 80 and a few 95. Tom ND5Y
    Tom Consodine Jun 11
  • Go here and read everything. http://www.miklor.com/uv5r Tom ND5Y On 06/09/2017 07:10 PM, herecomestheboom91@^$1 [baofeng_uv5r] wrote: > > > I am new to this whole ham radio thing, i have used the chirp program to > set up my radio but am having an issue hearing anything or anyone > hearing me, is there someone that can walk me through getting this thing > to transmit anything? tia
    Tom Consodine Jun 9
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  • Also it doesn't have to be the first 4 memories or even be consecutive memories. You could program stuff in channels 11, 74, 89, and 123, blank all the others, and that that would be the only 4 memory channels in the radio. Tom ND5Y > If you only program 4 channels, it will only have those 4 available. > You will not be about to dial in any empty channels. >
    Tom Consodine Apr 16
  • ...Daily_Business/2017/db0414/FCC-17-35A1.pdf http://transition.fcc.gov/Daily_Releases/Daily_Business/2017/db0414/FCC-17-35A2.pdf Tom ND5Y On 04/14/2017 01:42 PM, Raymond Sills raysills3@^$1 [baofeng_uv5r] wrote: > > > Hi Tom: > > > Can't see those links... at least...
    Tom Consodine Apr 14
  • Check it out. Tom ND5Y
    Tom Consodine Apr 14
  • Notice how it says "licensee" and "station" and not "any person". That doesn't include non-licensed individuals using non-certified equipment. Tom ND5Y On 04/07/2017 10:08 AM, John Wilkerson jl_wilkerson@^$1 [baofeng_uv5r] wrote: > ยง2.405 Operation during emergency.
    Tom Consodine Apr 7
  • That web site is wrong. You should read parts 2 and 97 of the FCC rules. Tom ND5Y On 04/07/2017 08:27 AM, Marty Gartenberg wa2yyx@^$1 [baofeng_uv5r] wrote: > > > It is Legal to Use Illegal Radio Frequencies in an Emergency - Code > Green Prep >
    Tom Consodine Apr 7
  • OP is not in the USA. Some parts of Europe, Australia and NZ have PLMR around 65-90 MHz or so depending on the country. In the USA there is some fixed station use of 72-76 MHz allowed in areas that are nowhere near a TV channel 4 or 5. Tom ND5Y On 03/25/2017 12:07 PM, 'R Pryor MAEd CETsr' doopsnoop@^$1 [baofeng_uv5r] wrote: > > > Interesting Fire is on 75 mhz.
    Tom Consodine Mar 25
  • ...thousands of dollars. If you are afraid of high SWR then you shouldn't use an antenna mounted directly to a hand held radio. Tom ND5Y
    Tom Consodine Feb 5