- Dec 22, 2013
Yes indeed 100 watts FM 10 through 6M and all in between. The receiver front end consists of a receiver high pass filter starting at 29 MHz and a low pass transmitter filter stopping at ~54 MHz . So all in between is fair game.I agree.
And, take all the agencies that are on the 700MHz P25 systems and force them to justify hanging on to all the VHF pairs. I tried to get a couple of VHF pairs at work earlier this year and there are zero in our area. That's B.S.
Were those the ones you could put on 10 meters and 6 meters at the same time?
I had a 100 watt VHF Syntor X about 15-20 years ago. Had the RF deck mounted up in the rafters of the garage and the control head in the office. I'd put the PIEXX module in the Syntor so I could program it with a PC, and retuned it down to 2 meters. Worked really well. Lost interest in it and sold it a few years later.
I intend to install in my new vehicle and specifically include the licensed part 90 itinerant channels for Securenet DES-XL. An agile mobile antenna system will be the last big hurdle. Still collecting the bits and pieces to get this checked out and programmed.