josepharmbruster at gmail.com
Fri Feb 20 02:15:43 UTC 2015
I have one and use it almost daily. It is a great little handheld,
however it is not full duplex, meaning you can not simultaneously
transmit and receive. When you key up and transmit, the receiver cuts
out. To simultaneously transmit and receive you will need an
On Thu, Feb 19, 2015 at 3:11 PM, Lee Ernstrom <lee.ernstrom at rcwilley.com> wrote:
> GA satellite goo-roos. Today I was scanning the HRO catalogue looking for an inexpensive solution to full duplex contacts for the linear birds and I ran across the Kenwood TH-F6A hand held 144, 222, and 450 MHZ FM with SSB option on receive only. That sounds to me like a great fairly inexpensive solution.
> Has anyone tried one of these yet for satellite work?
> And I'm wondering if there would be a de-sense problem if used on receive with a 20 watt transmitter on a different band close to it?
> Lee (Doc) Ernstrom
> Syracuse, Ut DN-31xb
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