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Author Topic: Stolen APRS Digipeater  (Read 5250 times)
VE7KNL
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« on: November 18, 2001, 05:59:11 PM »

This was stolen sometime in August from Slocan Ridge near Nelson B.C. Canada.  It was off the air for a month or 2, I went up and got it working and it lasted a week.  Stolen were a Motorola MCX-100 radio, Mike, Speaker and a Kantronics KPC-3+
TNC Serial # 11K01-07690.   I have no serial number for the radio, but it has all ham frequencies programed in it.  The frequencies are:

Ch.1.145.01, Ch2. 145.05, Ch3. 145.07,  Ch4. 145.75, Ch5. 145.79, Ch6. 145.80-, Ch7. 145.84-, Ch8. 146.64-, Ch9. 146.52, Ch10. 146.80-, Ch11. 146.94-, Ch12. 147.16+, Ch13. 144.39, Ch14. 145.985, Ch15. 145.09, Ch16. 146.62-

I don't think there are too many MCX-100's with these same frequencies. They can only be changed by reprograming the EPROM and you have to have the
software to do it.
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