Re: Which radios?
- I use Icom 2720's for what you are describing. You can tell the radio to use data on one receiver and voice on the other.
In the EOC's in Oregon we us the ICOM 2820 for the same purpose. We program the frequency on the right display as data and voice is on the left display. It works great.
seven three de kevin/NB7O
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "chlopez5219" <chlopez@...> wrote:
> I have a neat go-kit backpack with a TinyTrak and an Icom 208H. For my next project I'd like to move to an Argent Data tracker so that I can mount a Nuvi-350 in it.
> The question: which dual-band radios have the capability of transmitting on a frequency (or band) different than the frequency (or band) being used for voice? My club does an awful lot of events and I'd like to have it set up so that the data transmission doesn't come into the net (it can sound like a weak station trying to make contact)... my thoughts are to have a second receiver/tracker/screen set up on the data frequency at net control so they can view the positions of the hams who are helping out with the event.
> Carl AJ4DW