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Strangest radio I have ever seen. 10, 6 and 2 Mtr.

Discussion in 'General Ham Radio Discussion' started by Low_Boy, May 5, 2018.

  1. Low_Boy

    Low_Boy Active Member

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    w9cll W9WDX Amateur Radio Club Member

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    I know somone who has one of thoes and yes it does what it claims. His version is made by TYT
     
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    w9cll W9WDX Amateur Radio Club Member

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    I forgot about the Yaesu.
     
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    looks like a fm mode only radio. unless i missed something.
     
  6. Low_Boy

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    I missed that It is only FM. Pretty useless on 10 and 6 then. In my opinion.
     
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    Good only for repeaters really. If you have a local 10m or 6m repeater I would be inclined to have one but otherwise it is useless......for me anyway.
     
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    I agree, unless you have 6 and 10 meter repeaters in your area those bands won’t have much use, but don't forget 29.600 and 52.525 simplex. They're a lot of fun when those bands are open. One of the first things I would do is program those two frequencies in my scan list.
     
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    They work fine with a quad band antenna. The TYT will "receive only" on the AM CB frequencies.
     
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