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[aprssig] Garmin Astro

Mark Cheavens mcheavens at usa.net
Thu Jan 11 02:45:22 UTC 2007


I searched the FCC database and there is not been an FCC ID assigned 
so there is no information on it. It does show on the Garmin web site 
that it is VHF WITH a removable antenna!

Mark
KC5EVE
At 07:14 PM 1/10/2007, you wrote:
>I saw the astros on a thread in a different forum. The questions 
>that were raised there were
>1.) It appears to be a VHF unit. What frequency are they tranmitting on?
>2) and what frequency are they transmitting data on?
>As far as anyone there knew, MURS (or whatever that is called) is 
>the only VHF frequencies that don't require licencing of some sort 
>and as far they knew MURS does not allow data transmision.
>Anyone know the answers to these questions?
>Rahn
>
>Frank Keeney wrote:
>
>>Perhaps put these on my kid's backpacks at Disneyland.
>>
>>Frank Keeney
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>>
>>
>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>From: Mark Fellhauer
>>>
>>>
>>>I don't see why it couldn't be used for other purposes.  Your kid 
>>>might look funny with the collar on, though.
>>>
>>
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>Rahn Abbott
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