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Two meter freqs in cable/TV systems; WAS Re: [aprssig] Yaesu FT1500M

John Place jplace at sc.rr.com
Fri Mar 11 11:21:17 UTC 2005



Charles Gallo wrote:

>On 3/11/2005 Rich Garcia wrote:
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>>Could be...our CERT team uses 146.55 simplex in addition to our UHF repeater
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>>no matter where I am I get a dead carrier coming in and out on both the
>>mobile and HT
>>more often than not. I no longer listen to .55 because of it.
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>>I also believe 145.19 is in the cable band.
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>>Rich
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>...snip...
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>We deal with simplex, dead carrier and the like with CTCSS - here in
>the NYC metro area, almost all the 2m repeaters use 136.5 as their
>CTCSS tone.  We've chosen 162.58 as our default Simplex operations
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162.58????

>freq, and the group KNOWS that we run with 136.5 encode and decode -
>part of our SOPs.
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>That's the one BIG advantage to running public service events.
>Everyone says "operator training" - that's OK, but the biggest value
>is in doing After Action debriefs and Reports.  Use THAT data to
>change how you operate your team
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>73 de KG2V
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>For the Children - RKBA!
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