Last edited by trsundstrom; at At the state and local level it's another thing where it goes to their head some of them and they believe they are law enforcement or policy makers--NOT! You will need to filter out what the law actually says. Switch to Threaded Mode. They do not have any authority or law enforcement powers what so ever. Let me break that down a bit for you.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. When I travel, I throw my 2 meter Kenwood with a mag mount antenna into the car and monitor In other countries, the only permitted modes are CW and narrow band digital modes. It's a good idea to ensure when using simplex, although there aren't designated channels, that you are spaced out within the frequency band in a way to help eliminate adjacent interference. Those in Baltimore, MD. Sometimes there may be 6 or seven in a round robin QSO but will let anyone in, or stand by quietly to let someone else take care of their contact as they need. What ticks me off is that I tried mentioning in cache write-ups the local repeater frequencies and sometimes providing local club web sites that list area repeaters, and the reviewers hassled me for having an agenda.
Switch to Threaded Mode. The backyard pairs are for Analog operation only due to the fact that analog and digital modes do not play well on shared frequencies. I'm hoping I'm not stepping on toes but I've never heard anything on there before. Personally I use for simplex because I'm not near the "A" line and most people don't bother to "open up" their radios to TX on the lower part of 70cm. The ARRL bandplan is useless except in the case of areas that have adopted it for their local bandplan.
The maximum transmission bandwidth is of 2. It really depends on your area. They aren't common here, so I don't bother putting them in memory. Some mobile rigs such as the Yaesu FT have very good front ends with tuned sections and have a good intermod resistance, vastly superior to the average Kenwood Handheld for instance. If you are the administrator of this website note that your access has been limited because you broke one of the Wordfence advanced blocking rules.