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Old 12-26-2009, 02:40 PM
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Why don't we just pick a 70 cm frequency like with did with 2 meter and 146.460?
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I agree. I wish one of the companies built more of a wheelin radio. Something like a 1900 with removable faceplate and dual monitor.
The FTM-10R is designed for offroad and FTM-10SR for handlebar mounting. Waterproof and dustproof.
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I also just came across a new faceplate mount that puts the display under your rearview with a standard 1" ball mount. Very slick! Will mount just about anything from Ham to GPS to smartfone.

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The FTM-10R is designed for offroad and FTM-10SR for handlebar mounting. Waterproof and dustproof.
I saw those and they would be great for the 4runner since I run no top and doors most of the time. Mostly the price is holding me back, stll need to pay for Sharon's sunroof
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I also just came across a new faceplate mount that puts the display under your rearview with a standard 1" ball mount. Very slick! Will mount just about anything from Ham to GPS to smartfone.

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That is pretty sweet, I would mount it to the side not under the mirror. No wires to run for a long distance and visibility is cut down a little less.

Thanks for the link I added it to my library of "Parts I wish to have"
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The FTM-10R is designed for offroad and FTM-10SR for handlebar mounting. Waterproof and dustproof.
be nice if it was a dual monitor. I guess I should clarify 4x4... IMHO that is atv/side x side radio much less a mall cruiser radio.
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Did it......passed the test this morning, went to HRO this afternoon and bought a 2800, ant., etc.. I will pull the CB out of the 40 tomorrow and put the Ham in it's place!
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Congrats Steve! Welcome to the Yaesu club.
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Why don't we just pick a 70 cm frequency like with did with 2 meter and 146.460?
In the national band plan, there's only one simplex frequency: 446.00 (and a calling frequency of: 432.10 but QSOs should not be held there). Depending on local coordination, we could pick a simplex frequency in this range: 445.00-447.00

I'm looking at various club websites in the state to see if anyone has staked a "claim" on anything in the range. Does anyone have a current repeater directory?
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http://www.ccarc.net/images/CCARC_FU..._revC_2%20.pdf

FM Voice Simplex Frequencies
19 Channels 25 KHz spaced channels [16K0F3E]

445.7250 445.7500 445.7750 445.8000 445.8250
445.8500 445.8750 445.9000 445.9250 445.9500
445.9750 446.0000 446.0250 446.0500 446.0750
446.1000 446.1250 446.1500 446.1750
Note: 446.000 is the National FM Voice Simplex Calling Frequency
Note: These channels are shared usage and not coordinated by CCARC.


Narrowband Digital Voice Simplex Frequencies
8 Channels 12.5 KHz spaced channels [8K0F1D]

446.2000 446.2125 446.2250 446.2375 446.2500
446.2625 446.2750 446.2875
Note: These channels are shared usage and not coordinated by CCARC.

Mixed Mode (Voice and data) Simplex Frequencies
19 Channels - 25 KHz spaced channels [16K0F3E]
440.7250 440.7500 440.7750 440.8000 440.8250
440.8500 440.8750 440.9000 440.9250 440.9500
440.9750 441.0000 441.0250 441.0500 441.0750
441.1000 441.1250 441.1500 441.1750
Note: These channels are shared usage and not coordinated by CCARC.

Mixed mode Wide Bandwidth Simplex Frequencies
10 Simplex Channels 100 KHz spaced channels [16K0F3E]

434.550 434.650 434.750 434.850 434.950
439.550 439.650 439.750 439.850 439.950
Note: These channels may be used as simplex, or paired duplex.
Note: These channels are shared usage and not coordinated by CCARC
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