[amsat-bb] Re: Solution for Cordless phone QRM

John Champa k8ocl at hotmail.com
Thu Oct 5 13:57:49 PDT 2006


I have a 900 MHz cordless phone I bought from  Radio Shack last
year, so they must still be making them.  It is Model 43-3870.

We have 440 and 1200 MHz Amateur repeaters here, but nothing on 900 MHz to 
mess up.

And, this phone doesn't bother my WiFi or HSMM DXing activities (both are 
802.11g modulation),
so it should work well on Mode L/S, which I hope to use someday!

Thanks and 73,
John - K8OCL

>From: "Alan P. Biddle" <APBIDDLE at mailaps.org>
>Reply-To: APBIDDLE at mailaps.org
>To: <amsat-bb at amsat.org>
>Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: Solution for Cordless phone QRM
>Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2006 20:27:49 -0000
>At one time, they made some 900 MHz phones.  I have a couple, and they work
>very well with good range and clarity, and of course no interference.
>Google turns up many references, but mostly at eBay and similar 
>Anybody know if they are still made?
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