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Two meter freqs in cable/TV systems; WAS Re: [aprssig] YaesuFT1500M

Ken Cechura kc9umr at freqradio.com
Fri Mar 11 11:27:17 UTC 2005


cable channel 18 is pretty close to 145.450 MHz (I forgeet exactly where).
The cable system in Rolla was so leaky that having a repeater (built to good
engineering standards, no spurs, etc.) drove the cable company off cable
channel 18 back in the early 90's.

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Sent: Friday, March 11, 2005 5:21 AM
To: Charles Gallo; TAPR APRS Mailing List
Subject: Re: Two meter freqs in cable/TV systems; WAS Re: [aprssig]
YaesuFT1500M




Charles Gallo wrote: 

On 3/11/2005 Rich Garcia wrote:



  

Could be...our CERT team uses 146.55 simplex in addition to our UHF repeater

and

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.

    



  

I also believe 145.19 is in the cable band.

    



  

Rich

    



...snip...



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

  


162.58????



freq, and the group KNOWS that we run with 136.5 encode and decode -

part of our SOPs.



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



For the Children - RKBA!



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