EAMs now on 8992 USB

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Also heard here on 4724, 6739, 11175, 13200, and 15016 (as well as 8992). All had the "echo" too.
 

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Upperside Side Band Recivers???!!!

Just curious
Would the ICom IC R3 recieve USB ???

Thanks,
Crista
 

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Could be either the result of an alert status change due to the N.Koreans possibly getting ready to test fire an ICBM or a massive military exercise going on in the northwestern Pacific. Check NORAD and milsat frequencies as well.

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I thought not USB

MMkay
I thought noot LOL
Still a good unit!!!
I plan to AOR afterwards, anyhows soooo
Regards,
Crista

Besides its meant for Wireless Video moniitoring :p

YAAAAAYY!!!! LOL
 

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Hi Crista ;)

If you're thinking about an AOR, look at the 8600. Expensive but it should out perform one of the AOR handhelds.

OR if you can stretch to it, an AR5000 :) :)
 

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Handhelds and the AOR 8600

I've thought about it ,buut handhelds suit my needs better..
Besides all you really need is the proper antenna...
and reception should be fine..
I havn't really noticed ANY difference between Handhelds and Bases/Mobiles
Except Costs!!
And if your power fails then the Mobiles/BAses are just paperweights at that point..
Thank you though for your advice.
Warmest regards,
Crista
 
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cristisphoto said:
if your power fails then the Mobiles/BAses are just paperweights at that point..
Crista

You are aware that you can operate most base radios off 12 volts right? I can operate my entire radio room off of my deep cycle battery and solar panel indefinitely.
 

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If you're interested in a hot receiver, consider the Yupiteru MVT-7100

It's an older model so you can usually find them on ebay at a good price. Coverage is 0.1 khz to 1.6 gHz cont., AM,FM,WFM,USB,LSB is very hot on the military aero band. I've owned one for several years and enjoy it.

http://www.javiation.co.uk/mvt7100.html
 

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Anyone catching the EAMs tonight??

I have heard at least 6.....the two ones I heard clearly said Andrews, and were on 8992, 6739, 6712.....

Barely heard a female voice giving them out on 4724
 
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