[amsat-bb] Re: Best dualband FM rigs
Rick - WA4NVM
wa4nvm at comcast.net
Sun Jan 31 10:07:46 PST 2010
They had them on the table at the Jackson, MS hamfest yesterday. They
have a very big display that would be easy to read in a mobile install.
Price was $599 for this dealer. For those of us that use 220mhz,
we were disappointed that it only has 1 watt on that band.
73 to all,
> I just saw an advertisement in QST (page 6 February issue) for a Yaesu
> FTM-350R dual band rig that may be interesting. It has 2m & 440, with
> 1200/9600 packet.
> Other features are bluetooth capability as well as APRS/GPS, as well as
> other features. It's not available yet in the U.S. It still has to get FCC
> approval. Looks like we'll have an option to the Kenwood TM-710.
> Has anyone outside the US had any experience with it yet?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "John Geiger" <aa5jg at yahoo.com>
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> Sent: Wednesday, January 27, 2010 12:40
> Subject: [amsat-bb] Best dualband FM rigs
>> What are considered the best dualband FM rigs for working the mode J FM
> sats-like AO27, SO50, and AO51? Which hear the birds the best on 70cm FM?
>> 73s John AA5JG
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