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Reviews Summary for FM101x By AC6V - A Beginners Guide To Using FM Repeaters
FM101x By AC6V - A Beginners Guide To Using FM Repeaters Reviews: 11 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $12.95
Description: For the new Ham entering the world of FM repeaters and VHF/UHF. Selecting your first rig, Repeater Operations, Finding and Using Repeaters, Antennas, Installation, Power Sources and Batteries, Protocol, Q-Signals, Jargon revealed - 16 page Glossary. PL, Beeps, Timers, Offset, Hang Time, DCS, DTCS |TONE BURST | DTMF etc. Desense, Capturing, Path Noise, Quieting, How FM works.
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More info: http://ac6v.com/FM101.htm
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N5ACM Rating: 5/5 Apr 30, 2003 14:59 Send this review to a friend
Get up to Speed Quickly with this Guide  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
This book is well worth the price. You get current, practical information on topics of interest to both new and old HAMs.

Information is presented in a straightforward, succint and readable manner, the illustrations are basic, but adequate. You don't need or pay for glossy fluff here- the book provides a well thought out treatise on FM ops in one place, from simplex, repeaters, digital and the vagaries of Echolink. Lots of links for further information too.

A great place to get up to speed quickly. New HAMS will feel completely comfortable on VHF/UHF after perusing this book. Well Done.


 
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