Low Band VHF

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by M1MRB, Dec 22, 2019.

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  1. M1MRB

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    ICQ Podcast Episode 314

    In this episode, Martin M1MRB is joined by Chris Howard M0TCH, Martin Rothwell - M0SGL, Frank Howell - K4FMH, Ed Durrant - DD5LP and Bill Barnes - N3JIX to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. Colin M6BOY rounds up the news in brief and this episode’s feature is - Low Band VHF.


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  2. K4FMH

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    Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all of our listeners! Hope to see you in May at Xenia...
  3. NL7W

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    The actual VHF Low-Band feature doesn't show until 1:18:50.
    Last edited: Dec 29, 2019
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  4. AF7ZA

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    Sheech ! I wonder with it so far along if the title isn't meant to be "Click Bait" ? Thanks for the heads up.
  5. K4FMH

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    The Feature in each Episode is always after the News Roundup...
  6. W5TXR

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    Waste of time! He talked about 4 meters (66-88 MHz) a band that isn’t legal for amateur use in the US.
    Although I do have a couple of the Anytone 66-88 MHz radios I purchased when in England. The 4 meter band is really neat. Good for your bug out home location comms because it’s virtually a quiet band in the US especially in rural Montana.
    Nobody monitors it and most scanners can’t receive those frequencies.
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