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Re: Rig question



Get an Icom 970.  They are still sold in Japan, and
you can get both a 1.2g and a 2.4g module for them. 
Most believe they are the best VHF/UHF radio ever
made.

73s John NE0P

--- Scott Millick <smillick@wamusa.com> wrote:
> I am getting the antennas up next week for 145, 435,
> 1.2 and 2.4. I am 
> thinking of buying another rig just for the
> satellites. I want all bands so 
> that pretty well leaves it between the Kenwood
> TS2002 and Icom 910H. I have 
> a 910H for terrestrial work and it works fine. What
> is the feeling between 
> the rigs mentioned as the FT847 does not do the 1.2
> and I dont want to use 
> a transverter to do that freq. I wish Yaesu would up
> get in gear and update 
> the 736 and have it so it would do 2, 222, 432, 900,
> 1.2, and 2.4 but that 
> is wishing a lot and according to them it is not in
> the works for a while. 
> Thanks in advance for the advise u give.
> 
> 
> Scott K9SM
> 'God please save us from the Good People'
> 
> If you don't know what I mean you are part of the
> problem.
> 
> Remember another saying
> 
> 'You can't fix stupid'
> 
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