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Re: Re : Ham HT



I found the SSB/CW receive to be pretty much of a
gimmick.  It seems pretty deaf on those modes.  And it
isn't just the antenna.  I hooked it up to a
quarterwave 6 meter antenna during a good band
opening, and it could only hear the S9 plus signals.

73s John W5TD

--- TOFFY <hs0nnu@yahoo.com> wrote:

> >I am working on my Canadian HAM ticket and I am
> looking at starting off
> >with a HT.  I am looking at the IC-T90, IC-T60 and
> the VX-7R.
> 
> >I was wondering if anyone can point out any issues
> and/or benefits of
> >either.
> 
> >Thanks..
> 
> >Dave...
> 
> 
> If your licence hold 220 Mhz. add TH-F6A to your
> list.
> TH-F6A can receive CW,SSB,AM from LF through
> 70cm.Band . I am not sure in 9600bps usage ,but have
> 9600 bps in MENU.
> 
> Defect : not support full-duplex (sometime require
> in satellite communication)
> 
> 73s de Toff
> HS0NNU
> 
> 
>  
>
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