Mecklenburg Amateur Radio Society, W4BFB, Charlotte, NC has one of the best 2 Meter Emergency Net (nightly at 9 p.m.) in the US. The radio in the video is a Yaesu FT-2900R. This model provides an advanced 2 Meter (5, 10, 30 and a whopping 75 watt) output inside a beautifully constructed aluminum chassis formed as fully integrated heat-sink.
Charlotte hosts a vigorous and experienced Ham Radio community.
Watch the video and enjoy a well-honed example of professional net control procedure and traffic handling.
- 2M VHF mobile Amateur Radio, Transmits 144-148Mhz, Receives 136-174Mhz.
- 200 AlphaNumeric Memory channels, ctcss/dcs (PL & DPL), NOAA Weather Alert.
- Four power levels: 75, 30, 10 & 5 watts output selectable, Scan & Search functions.
- Lighted Keypad Microphone w/ Direct Frequecy entry.
- Includes 13.8Vdc power cord, microphone & mounting Bracket. Requires a suitable Optional 2 meter Antenna, Power Requirement 13.8Vdc at 14 Amps.
The ARRL Handbook for Radio Communications is a valued reference for radio electronics and wireless communications. Since 1926, it has kept radio amateurs, professionals, and experimenters immersed in applied theory and do-it-yourself projects. The ARRL Handbook covers a wealth of information: the fundamentals of electronics and radio signals, construction practices, antennas and propagation, equipment and circuit design, and other useful reference information.
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