It's official... CB'ers run newer radios than I own.

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by W1BR, Oct 11, 2020.

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  1. WZ7U

    WZ7U Ham Member QRZ Page

    See?
     
  2. NL7W

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    The largest leeenars emanated from cops' donut shops.

    Secret sales door 'round back.

     
  3. KU4X

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    Susanna Hoffs comments starting in...Three...Two...One...;)


    Regards,
    -Bruce
     
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  4. WB8VLC

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    Judging by the signals and talk about their equipment that I hear just below 28 MHz, it's clear that cb'rs also have more power and better antennas than the typical 10 meter hams do.
     
  5. K3XR

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    If they are just below 28 MHz regardless of the power and antennas they are using they are operating in violation of the rules and regulations. It's an illegal operation and has nothing to do with CB.
    27.4050 is listed as the last legal frequency of operation in the 11-meter band.
     
  6. WZ7U

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  7. WA1UIL

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    I would send the FCC a registered letter informing them of the illegal activities observed just below the 10 meter band complete with names or handles heard. If you don't ( do not) receive a prompt response, resend another registered letter until the violation is eventually resolved. Its the right thing to do..
     
  8. K4PIH

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    So you have a nice collection .. meh.
     
  9. K4PIH

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    So you're better than everybody else?
     
  10. K4PIH

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    Yes I remember the duck and cover days. Sitting in he hallway in elementary school with backs to the wall and hands behind my head. I also remember getting the polio vaccine as a purple dot on a sugar cube at school.
     

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