VHF or UHF???

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VHF or UHF???

Post by Zoidberg » 02 Oct 2009, 06:34

What is used at Berget games and what is the difference between them??
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Post by OviDiuS » 05 Oct 2009, 20:14

VHF is not that recommended. And its not that large numbers of players who uses it ether

UHF is better, you can connect it whit PMR's and large % of players have this sort of radios.

But it still depends on what you want out of a radio.

Whit the VHF your only gonna be using very few frequency that is legal to use in sweden, but you can talk to your dudes for longer distances

The UHF got more frequencys that is legal and so on. But you will not get the same distance like a VHF.

I recommend UHF whit the PMR frequency's.
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Re: VHF or UHF???

Post by motorhead » 05 Oct 2009, 20:59

Zoidberg wrote:What is used at Berget games and what is the difference between them??
First:
Google is your friend - google up VHF and UHF before you ask here, please. This has been asked and replied on this forum before and elsewhere.

Second:
Also read previous topics here instead of starting new threads covering the same communication topic:
viewtopic.php?t=242

There is no reason to repeat the subject on frequencies unless new frequencies are allocated near game start.

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thanks

Post by Zoidberg » 06 Oct 2009, 03:26

Thanks for the reply's :lol:

First i have googled the difference but couldn't find any useful "my opinion" so i would ask someone who whould know what to use at berget.
Second i hadn't seen the tread so sorry...:shock:

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Post by zorik79 » 23 Jun 2012, 18:34

VHF band is for open area. If you want some explanations I can provide it.
VHF < UHF frequency, since wave length is bigger. Bigger wave length is better for open areas. Army frequency ~ 70MHz. Last year we had better coverance then people who used UHF on same radio Puxing .
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