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Re: What am I doing wrong?



John,

The 847 WILL do crossband full duplex from any two bands on the rig. Which
include 10/15 mtrs. The rig has HF, 6, 2, 70cm. all modes. I am very happy
with it. I sold an ICOM IC-756 to buy the 847. I don't miss the 756 at all!
I recomend the 847 it is a great little rig. 

73, Paul


At 11:10 AM 2/6/99 +0000, you wrote:
>Paul, it has been my experience that yagi antennas of about 8 or more
>elements are necessary to consistantly work the sats. I also use mast
>mounted preamplifiers to improve my receive.
>
>I have a couple of questions on your 847: You say it does full duplex cross
>band. Does that include HF/VHF such as 10 meters and 2 meters or 15 and 10
>meters? I am considering purchase of one and would like to know its
>limitations. Thanks for any info you could provide.
>
>
>At 11:56 PM 2/5/99 -0500, you wrote:
>>up about 50 ft. I know that my antennas are modest to say the least. Am I
>>asking to much of them? The FT-847 puts out about 50 watts on both bands,
>
>
>          John Wilcox  NS1Z
>               FN44rn
>           ns1z@arrl.net
>         fon: 207-364-2246
>
>            871 Route 120
>        Rumford, ME 04276-3836
>
>

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