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Old 12-17-2009, 04:18 AM
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HTX 202

IC W32A (2) Had one of the first generation of these which would obtain a goodly amount of out-of-band reach including 800mhz with a simple Keyboard Command
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Old 12-17-2009, 10:12 AM
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Realistic TRC-207
Realistic TRC-216
Realistic TRC-234
Vertex VX-150
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Old 12-19-2009, 05:48 PM
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Only one Yaesu VX-170
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My first handheld was an Icom IC-2GAT. nice built like a brick, 6 or 7 watts as I recall. Sold it years ago.

I currently have two VX-8r's and a Kenwood Th-22at. I love the Kenwood; simple, compact, easy to store channels in memory. Feels good in my hand. 6 watts output with a larger battery!

The VX-8's are an incredible bit of engineering. So much in so little space. I wish they had a little different design for their waterproof enclosure. Mine spend most of their time in the water, unfortunately salt-water. Even with a fresh water rinse after use the metal exposed is showing signs of attack. My stand alone GPS is a garmin and has no exposed metal components, this woudl have been nice on the VX-8. Oh well. maybe next time.

I wish Kenwood made a waterproof HT. Clearly my desires are not in the mainstream. I love tiny and multi featured.

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Tempo S1 (no DTMF)-long since bit the dust
Yaesu FT-411 (with FTS-17 Tone Encoder)-still have this one, rcvr front-end not so hot
Icom IC-T7H

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In Order

HTX-202
Kenwood TH-79a
Icom IC-DELTA1A! Real dumb to let it go
Alinco DJ-580
Another ICOM IC-DELTA1A but it was a tech special. never got it to work
Yaesu VX-7R
And yes ANOTHER IC-DELTA1A that i got for a steel on ebay for $140
another vx-7r
and last but not least my new addition Yaesu VX-8R which this one is the only ham radio I have left.
hard times call for hard sacrifices but you got to do what you got to do but i will build it up again but love the vx-8r

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Hmmm, Let me think....This should be it I believe:

Yaesu VX-2R
Yaesu VX-6R
Yaesu Vx-7R
Yaesu VX-8R
Yaesu FT-50R
Yaesu FT-60R
Kenwood TH-F6A
Kenwood TH-G71
Icom IC-91AD

There may be more, I can't be sure!

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Old 03-08-2010, 06:39 AM
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Well, lets see;

I have 6 FT-530's; most e/w all accessories (remote mike, etc). Yes, it is true; I am a hoarder of 530's - Never use them, they just sit on my workshop bench -hi!
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