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[aprssig] Re: Puxing PX-777

manuel holland wa5vxi at yahoo.com
Thu Nov 8 01:05:59 UTC 2007


Is this radio FCC accepted for use on commercial
frequencies?  I am thinking fire and EMS use but also
of course on the ham bands for an APRS tracker.

Thanks

Manuel

WA5VXI


--- Drew Baxter <droobie at maine.rr.com> wrote:

> That GPS-MIC1 thing in their brochure looks
> interesting...  Wonder 
> what it spits out?
> 
> --Droo, K1XVM
> 
> At 09:00 PM 11/6/2007, Scott Miller wrote:
> >Not 'reverse SMA' like WiFi, just opposite - male
> on the radio, 
> >female on the antenna.  Apparently some Motorolas
> are the same way.
> >
> >I'm really happy with the PX-777 so far.  I haven't
> gone through all 
> >of the features, but it compares favorably with the
> VX-150.  The 
> >audio output is good, and I'd read some reviews
> that said the mic 
> >wasn't great, but it sounds good to me.
> >
> >I need to do some battery life tests.  The standard
> 1200 mAh battery 
> >is about the same size as the VX-150's 700 mAh
> battery and weighs a lot less.
> >
> >And this, by the way, is why you haven't seen the
> PX-777 marketed as 
> >such in the US:
> >
>
>http://www.infinitygearradios.com/product_P-1000V.htm
> >
> >They've got an exclusive distribution agreement,
> and they're sold 
> >under the Infinity brand for about $230.
> >
> >Scott
> >N1VG
> >
> >Mark Earle wrote:
> >>Scott Miller wrote:
> >>>And to answer some frequently-asked questions,
> the speaker mic 
> >>>connector is the Kenwood style, and the antenna
> is SMA, but with the opposite
> >>But lots of reverse-gender SMA adaptors -
> Motoyaesu has used them 
> >>for some time.
> >>Hmm.. Will the Puxing be recalled for lead solder
> and/or paint? <Ducking>
> >
> >
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