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[aprssig] 220 MHz transceivers

Scott Miller scott at opentrac.org
Thu Nov 13 20:10:45 UTC 2008


I don't think they've been specified outside of the 220-225 range, but 
the manufacturer says it'll cover at least 10 MHz.  Cost should be similar.

Scott
N1VG

k4rjj at bellsouth.net wrote:
> 
>  Sc ott what is the frequency range and output of the 220 radios?  Would 
> cost be similar?
> 
>     -------------- Original message from Scott Miller
>     <scott at opentrac.org>: --------------
> 
>      > 220 has hot spots in a few places. Atlanta has a couple (one
>     actively used) and I have heard APRS on another 220 frequency. I
>     spotted it one day when I scanned through 220 on my D700. When I
>     heard it, I let the radio decode it and sure enough it was APRS on
>     222.090. As I understand, California is also a hot
>      > spot for 220 activity.
>      >
>      > Yeah, apparently this county has a lot of 220 activity, just not
>     so much
>      > on this side of the mountains.
>      >
>      > In this case, lack of activity might be a good thing - lots of
>     room to
>      > set up your own stuff without interfering with anyone.
>      >
>      > Scott
>      > N1VG
>      >
>      >
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