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Author Topic: 40 meters 0r 75 meters  (Read 2428 times)
WN2C
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« Reply #15 on: January 13, 2013, 08:04:34 PM »

I don't know if you are into QRP or not, but I was wondering why you have settled on the MFJ radio? For the price point of this radio you can buy (for a little more $) a Kenwood ts 520, 530 or maybe even an 820, 830.  Just a thought that I would bring to your attention. As far as the band, 40 meters is the band that is more easily to get on antenna wise and you can use it day or night. 75 meters will be more of a night time band as distance during the day is more limited than 40, hence less people using it during the day and antennas are longer also and more of a space challenge.
Well good luck on the test and congratulations for upgrading in advance!.
73
Rick  wn2c
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