n8hm at arrl.net
Mon Dec 7 20:42:52 UTC 2015
Remember that you have to tune the uplink throughout the pass. Start at
435.160 MHz at your AOS and tune in 5 kHz increments as needed up to
435.180 MHz. The AFC is pretty good and will tolerate you being off to some
The other issue is uplink power and polarity. As I just mentioned in my
other reply, polarity really makes a huge difference. When using an Arrow,
I'll transmit and not hear myself and with just a slight twist of the
antenna, I'll be in full quieting.
On Mon, Dec 7, 2015 at 3:25 PM, Kevin Deane <summit496 at live.com> wrote:
> Hello I just tried at 20:15 ish heard a couple stations VA7JV? Anyway I
> could not hear myself on the downlink. I was using 435.172??
> What is the exact uplink? I have two radios and two antennas real full
> duplex... :)
> Thanks for any help.
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