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  1. Thread: Clueless!

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    when you move Emergency service comms to a late...

    when you move Emergency service comms to a late 20th century, nevermind 21st century solution equipment stolen from personnel / vehicles rapidly becomes a doorstop much the same as a stolen...
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    why do you want a time in class requirement ? ...

    why do you want a time in class requirement ? especially given that historically there was only a full licence and the band restrictiosn were hinged around the international agreement ref ...
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    1. UK question bank is confidential and if...

    1. UK question bank is confidential and if questions are known to be leaked they are removed from the question bank fr a number of years if not forever,

    2. What is the objective justification...
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    Where in the world are you please ? As your...

    Where in the world are you please ?

    As your assertions do not measure up to the UK foundation exam and while the UK Intermediate and Full licences include significant electronics theory content...
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    have you tried updating to a newer daily ...

    have you tried updating to a newer daily release ?
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    also depends on how good the other station's...

    also depends on how good the other station's antenna is at sucking your signals in , and possibly on the quality and accuracy of their reciever
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    guessing you are in the US because you refer to...

    guessing you are in the US because you refer to Technician licence

    i'm in the UK so YMMV - repeaters over here are ctcss tone to access ( to stop random transmissions o nthe input opening...
  8. Thread: Repeater

    by M7NYH
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    Handheld Radios I believe the standard in the UK is that ...

    I believe the standard in the UK is that toneburst access is still allowed but the repeater has to have CTCSS on the input , the output side of amateur analogue repeaters in the UK is ...
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    it looks like R2D2 is doing his grumpy old man...

    it looks like R2D2 is doing his grumpy old man act again

    a HT is a ham radio

    UK PMR is not limited to 500mw - 'pmr446' licence free is ...

    on Uk simple light you can use 5w ...
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    congratulations on your Pass David i see...

    congratulations on your Pass David

    i see you are in south Killingholme - i was recently chatting to a Inter licencees in grimsby through GB3LM , Lincoln;s 2m repeater

    73 de M7NYH
  11. Thread: Repeater

    by M7NYH
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    Handheld Radios 1. correct with regard both needing to be...

    1. correct with regard both needing to be licenced

    2. not aware of 'closed' repeaters being allowed on amateur frequencies , fairly sure UK based one wouldn't get a NoV

    3. interesting spin ...
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    absolutely, also ideal little radios to throw in...

    absolutely, also ideal little radios to throw in a coat pocket or handbag / day sack when out and about - no great loss if smashed / drowned or lost
  13. Thread: username changes

    by M7NYH
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    username changes

    so the subtitle of the board suggests we should aks here for username changes , yet it seems that the username changes requested here are not acted upon ?

    having got my callsign i'd like...
  14. Thread: Pre-Noob

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    It's not a 'government agent' because...

    It's not a 'government agent'

    because contrary to the popular in the in the 'land of the free' , the developed world is actually rather more free

    in terms of PAT and similar testing...
  15. you are the problem, not part of the solution

    you are the problem, not part of the solution
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    As I understand it you in theory ( and when...

    As I understand it you in theory ( and when live exams are back up and running sit all three theory papers in quick succession if not the same day and do the practical assessments in quick...
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    Hello Jim I have family links to...

    Hello Jim

    I have family links to Nottingham

    indeed there are so many options with amateur radio, seemingly only limited by the a combination of pocket depth and/or time and ability...
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    indeed they are, and I have mine booked for mid...

    indeed they are, and I have mine booked for mid -June as that is the first date i could be offered
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    exactly a thread on twitter on an...

    exactly

    a thread on twitter on an unconnected thing + post from a friend on twitter i know through other stuff aobut renewing her licences ( or revalidating - the thing you are supposed...
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    greetings from the UK

    hello all

    I'm Nicola

    i'm based in the UK and i'm currently studying for my UK foundation licence ( and digging up some A level physics from 20 odd years ago) , I'm based near Lincoln (...
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