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Re: Re: HT of choice?



I would have to agree with the TH-D7E users. The unit is robust and works
great. I use a Pryme AL-800 telescoping antenna and can work Echo, and A027
without a directional antenna. .... Really works great for me.

Paul
Kb3nds

On 6/9/06, Angel PelŠez, EA4DUT <angelkilroy@yahoo.es> wrote:
>
> My experience with Kenwood TH-D7E is wonderful.
> Whith a single whip antenna and the bare 5 watts on
> overhead passes I can work easily ECHO and SO-50 and
> few months ago AO-27.
> In addition you have a TNC for working APRS via
> PCSAT-2 or NO-44 just without any increase in your
> budget.
> IMD response is fine on both VHF and UHF as long as I
> have tested. I use to operate close to a rather
> "crowded" area at Madrid full of V and U repeaters and
> never experienced any problem.
> I hope my opinion could help.
>
> Best 73.
> EA4DUT, Angel
>
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