“Last fall I got diagnosed with bulbar onset ALS. So I am trying to do as much with my kids as I can. The old micor repeater we had was damaged by lightening that came in on the AC mains through the power supply. So that's why we got the BridgeCom repeater."
Greetings to all.. the biggest barrier for many ham's I have spoken to has been the lack of room to mount their mobile radios in newer vehicles. Newer vehicles lack the room to mount your wonderful radios, yet you refuse to develop a removable head option when a perfect example to copy exist. The Motorola CDM-1550 series has a great method to extend the control head with a minimum of fuss.. even a ham can do it. Please give this some consideration... MANY ham's will thank you.
I'm a HAM radio operator and also own a communications retail store in PR and provide communication services to different agencies, both government and private, in the island. We buy a lot of repeaters and have various mountain top tower sites that provide essential repeater coverage. We used to buy all Kenwood repeaters and mayor brand duplexers...
I've owned an AT-D868UV since early last year, and it's an excellent DMR HT. After seeing the additional features on the AT-D878UV, I spent a couple of weeks debating whether to buy another DMR HT. Ultimately, I decide to buy it, and I'm glad I did.