11 comments on “Getting Your Communications Set Up Going – UPDATE

  1. Nice article. I have 2 uv5r’s and a ken wood tm281 and a 17 a/h battery with a tram mag mount antenna in a small backpack as a portable base/ Mobil unit . I keep the battery charged with a battery tender I also keep in the bag.

  2. I am by no means
    An expert. Got my ham technician license bought a couple of radios and read everything I could find on line and at the local library about 2m and 70cm comms. There is a lot on you tube as well. One just has to be curious and willing to do a lot of poking around on line. Read the manuals for your gear and get on the air is all I can say.

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  4. I recently got my Technician license and a month later upgraded to General.

    The 2900 is an outstanding radio for either mobile or base operations.

    HRO also has an excellent price on FT 60’s, a prime handi here in my area.

    Bob
    III

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