Example of sutable Radios

Discuss about all kinds of radio`s sutable for airsoft games.
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Example of sutable Radios

Post by Berget-events » 12 Sep 2006, 10:50

Here is a list of sutable radios for Berget 5.

UHF MOTOROLA GP340/344/360/380/388 osv.
UHF-H MOTOROLA GP300/350
V/UHF ICOM T/E-90
UHF ICOM F24
UHF LINTON LT-3288
UHF YAESU VX-821E
- Kenwood TH-K4E
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whiskey

Post by whiskey » 12 Sep 2006, 10:56

This is what we have:
Kenwood TH-K4E

http://www.kenwood.sk/ar-th-k4e-sk.html

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Post by Berget-events » 12 Sep 2006, 11:07

whiskey wrote:This is what we have:
Kenwood TH-K4E

http://www.kenwood.sk/ar-th-k4e-sk.html
Its sutable!

zub

Post by zub » 12 Sep 2006, 16:53

so basicly any UHF radio that covers 430-470mhz and with an output power of 4 watt or more (if my memory serves my right, all the radio you list is 4 watt)

on the website you say you'll be using LPD, SRBR and PMR frequancies.
none of those permits the use of 4watt output power.

so my question is: do you have a permission to use 4watt (or more?) on the 3 nets, or are you simply just going to?

personally i dont mind using 4 watt, been using 4watt on PMR for a long time... but i do mind breaking the limits, without knowing i'm breaking them :)

Nebulus

Post by Nebulus » 12 Sep 2006, 18:24

How about Vertex Yaesu 7R ? Is it legal ?

Ira

Post by Ira » 12 Sep 2006, 18:29

Is it will be legal Alinco DJ 496 ?

whiskey

Post by whiskey » 12 Sep 2006, 23:07

just a suggestion, when you ask about a certain radio, please also post a link, where the others can see the parameters of that specific radio. :idea:

oiralies

Post by oiralies » 13 Sep 2006, 15:09

plz, swedish sites with good radios??

Guest

Post by Guest » 14 Sep 2006, 20:27

Question may i use this Station i have a special designd backpack on my west for this transiever since i use it for softair all the time

are we allowed to use ham transievers with a high output anyway thats the question

This is the transiever im talking about

http://www.rigpix.com/yaesu/ft8900r.htm

zub

Post by zub » 14 Sep 2006, 20:33

Taken from my post in the radio comm. forum:

PMR: Personal Mobile Radio, 446 MHz
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PMR446
1. 446.00625 MHz
2. 446.01875 MHz
3. 446.03125 MHz
4. 446.04375 MHz
5. 446.05625 MHz
6. 446.06875 MHz
7. 446.08125 MHz
8. 446.09375 MHz
500mW maximum (legal) output.

SRBR (Short Range Business Radio):
no wiki, use google
444.600,
444.650,
444.800,
444.825,
444.850,
444.975 MHz
1Watt maximum (legal) output.

LPD band, (Low Power Device)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Low-power_ ... ion_device
433.075-434.775 MHz
69 channels, 25kHz spacing
maximum (legal) output of 10mW (yes, 10mW)

looking at your radio:
TX: 28-29.7 / 50-54 / 144-146 / 430-440 MHz (Europe)
TX: 28-29.7 / 50-54 / 144-148 / 430-450 MHz (USA)


1st ed (eu): 430-440 will not work, doesn't cover the freq.
2nd ed(US): 430-450 will work, does cover the freq.
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Nebulus

Post by Nebulus » 14 Sep 2006, 20:51

I've the version that covers the whole band - 0.5-999Mhz (to receive) and transmits at last 400-590Mhz (not mentioning 28, 50 and 144Mhz).
The question is: is it legal to transport such device into EC ?
The output is selective from 0.3Wt to 5Wts.

Guest

Post by Guest » 14 Sep 2006, 23:13

My version is also modified it covers the frequencies and you don´t have to tell me what is legal and what not i am a radio amateur you know

zub

Post by zub » 15 Sep 2006, 06:04

Anonymous wrote:...and you don´t have to tell me what is legal and what not i am a radio amateur you know
No i dont know... how should i know when you haven't told me?.. besides its pretty hard to know what you are when your posting with the guest account.

If you read the top of my post you will see that i copy pasted the text from another post. So the "legal" stuff that you complain about was written in another context...

I'm really just trying to help people as much as possible.

ps. i'm taking a bit of interrest in the radio you link to. but the specs says it doesnt support 6.25hz spacing, meaning that it doesn't have full support for PMR, so i just wanted to ask you if the PMR channels have been hard coded into the memory with 6.25 spacing? - alot of radio manuf. makes it so that if you but in a PMR freq. the radio automatically switches to 6.25...???

Guest

Post by Guest » 15 Sep 2006, 23:25

sorry didn´t want to atack you maybe my words where not all that right.

I use this often when we have games here and till now there weren´t any problems wiht the pmr or lpd channels. I am using this and other of my Transievers all the time back here in my country there is a problem thoe cause i am curios about the output.

The nice thing on the Yaesu is that i have the abillity to crossband repeat that means i have a repeater integrated and i can repeat from lpd to pmr for exampel

mind my english it has been a while since i wrote post in forums in english

zub

Post by zub » 16 Sep 2006, 10:30

[quote="Anonymous"]
The nice thing on the Yaesu is that i have the abillity to crossband repeat that means i have a repeater integrated and i can repeat from lpd to pmr for exampel/quote]

Sexy! - know any good places to buy it? (aka cheap)... i need one asap :D

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