Well, it looks like Mother Nature must be a Heep lover. She is intentionally and maliciously sending hurricane Ian this way for the sole purpose of raining on our swap meet. 😉
Do we have a rain date, plan B or just prep for getting wet? Hopefully, it will change course and miss us. 🤞
If you want to get your radio(s) programmed for Fall Crawl, bring it (or Mud ship it) to the September club meeting. I will program it and return it to you at the October meeting, swap meet or Fall Crawl. Or, you can stop by my house and pick it up. Whatever works for you.
Label the radio with...
@JohnVee invited @StaleAle and me into an ONSC thread regarding the standardization of GMRS channels/freqs.
Options regarding the Motorola radios:
- Leave them alone, it ain’t broke.
- Print lots of CLCC to other radio...
September 25th & 26th Americans in Wartime Museum (Americans in Wartime Experience) 2021 Tank Farm Open House 10-4pm both days. Open House 2021 | Americans in Wartime Experience - https://www.americansinwartime.org/open-house-2/
October 7-10, Maryland, 47th Annual East Coast Military Vehicle...
At the meeting last night a request to have another Ham (Amateur Radio) class and test was discussed. So let's do it.
Attendance - If you are interested, please post so we know how many test packages to order.
Date: Saturday 2/29/2020 Let's leap into this :rofl:
Location: Kings Park...
At the swap meet yesterday I noticed several trucks equipped with Midland GMRS radios. I also heard that someone tried unsuccessfully to use a Midland radio to communicate with a CLCC radio. So, I did some research.
Here are the frequencies that are programmed into the Midland GMRS mobile...
Base stations at the CLCC canopy
- CB channel 14 (alternate channels in case of interference 24 & 34)
- VHF Ham radio 146.58 MHz no PL/CTCSS (alternate freq 146.55) Amatuer Radio License required.
- GMRS (CLCC Club Radios) channel 1 simplex & channel 2 repeater (alternate channels 3 & 4 )