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Old 02-15-2007, 1:15 PM
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Question What is Frequency Type RM vs. BM

Hi All. Could someone explain to me the difference between FREQ. TYPE RM vs. BM? Thanks All.
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Simply put, RM means it's a repeater. BM means it is base and mobile in simplex mode.
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Hi All. Could someone explain to me the difference between FREQ. TYPE RM vs. BM? Thanks All.
Bob
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RM and BM are not freq type but equiptment type RM is repeatered. It's telling how the freq is used (repeatered or simplex).
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Thnaks very much. I appreciate it. Bob
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'Course BM takes on a whole 'nother meaning in Med Speak!
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'Course BM takes on a whole 'nother meaning in Med Speak!

Boy! That was a crappy statement
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Boy! That was a crappy statement

I'm flushed! Maybe we can get this behind us.
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That was my first thought...R for regular, B for bowel. Frequency counts there too!!!
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Hey, its all about quality, not quantity! But that's a statement from an OLD guy.
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OK, now we've gotten THAT behind us what about MR and BR? (No, it's not a trick question.)
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