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Old 05-05-2012, 6:42 PM
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Originally Posted by n2hbx View Post
I'm sorry...apparently I was thinking of the majority of the Challenger radios.

The 7154 was an "oddball" that wasn't even actually a Johnson radio, and it did, in fact, use an EPROM. If I recall, it was a low band radio (30-50 MHz). It was not a very popular radio due to the fact that you had to have a dedicated EPROM programmer for this one radio Many years ago, I worked for a Johnson dealer and even we didn't have a programmer for them!

Here is a link to the Yahoo radio programming group where you can find more information:

[url=http://groups.yahoo.com/group/radio-programming]

Sorry for the error.

Larry
i read somewhere it had another name in the UK i believe it was and was used as a beacon radio whatever that means?
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