Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by KM6CND, Jun 10, 2019.
Maybe if the ambulance's siren were played backward...
Folks will think it’s the Good Humor truck and pull right over.
I'm surprised more manufacturers don't do it. When you hook up the antenna you are usually standing in front looking down at the bench, which makes Ant 1 look like it's on the left and vice-versa. Or, if you're like me, I use a telescopic mirror to look at the back of the radio during/after connections are made. That also reverses left and right. Maybe I'm in the minority here, but most of the time when I am hooking up an antenna I'm not looking directly at the back of the radio. I'm normally standing in from of it.
Facing the FRONT of the radio, or the REAR panel???
Only lefties" are in their "right" mind...
An old, grizzled sailor moseyed up to the bar and asked, "Barkeep, ya got any red port left?"
The radio was on a porch table so all I need do is turn the radio around. Ant 1 and Ant 2 are stamped on the case and were not easy to see.
Yes, knowing how the Yeasu's are configured for antenna connections...through "muscle memory" I unknowing got every thing Bass-Akwards
No damage done.
And for some reason, I bet SHE has the better penmanship...