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Re: Midland 70-1336 ?



Id be interested in what others think of the idea, but yes, you can work the
sats on a fixed freq but you'll have to hope that the other guy chases you
down the band, what about putting a varicap on the mixing xtal to give +/- a
couple KHz making a VXO so you can move a bit, attach a potentiometer and
voila. Anyone else done something like this short of a complete mod?

Tim ka8ddz


-----Original Message-----
From: Zlatan Dimitrov <zlatan@bissy.iservice.bg>
To: amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Date: Sunday, January 24, 1999 9:41 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Midland 70-1336 ?


>Hi Hams!
>
>I have Midland mobile radio model 70-1336.
>
>Can I program this radio in 5 kHz step and work via sats ?
>
>How can I program memories ?
>
>If you have any info please e-mail me direct at  lz4zd@qsl.net
>
>or via this mail list
>
>Thank you!
>
>73! de LZ4ZD  op.Zlatko  Bulgaria  Qth Shumen  KN33KG
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