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  • Unlock Priority Zones with a Custom Key!
    November 8, 2023 Ron Kochanowicz

    Unlock Priority Zones with a Custom Key!

    Discover how to access your prioritized zones with ease in our upcoming video. We'll guide you through setting up a custom key that puts you in control, making your communication more efficient and precise. Join us to unlock the power...

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  • Mastering Keypad Control on Your AnyTone Radio!
    November 8, 2023 Ron Kochanowicz

    Mastering Keypad Control on Your AnyTone Radio!

    Unleash the full potential of your AnyTone radio by mastering keypad control. Our video is your guide to effortlessly lock and unlock the keypad, providing you with ultimate control and ease of use. Join us to become a keypad pro,...

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  • How To Select Feedline For A Repeater, By Todd, KY4TS
    April 30, 2018 Daniel Kochanowicz

    How To Select Feedline For A Repeater, By Todd, KY4TS

    A common overlooked part of putting together a repeater system is the selection

    of proper feedline. "But, coax is coax, isn't it?" "I use LMR-400 for all my stations at home. That should be good enough for a repeater, right?" Well, not necessarily.

     

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  • TWO-WAY RADIO REPEATERS: HOW TO CHOOSE AND INSTALL
    March 2, 2018 Tim King

    TWO-WAY RADIO REPEATERS: HOW TO CHOOSE AND INSTALL

    TWO-WAY RADIO REPEATERS: HOW TO CHOOSE AND INSTALL

    A two-way radio repeater takes weak and low-performing signals and retransmits them at a higher power so they can cover longer distances, ranges, and terrains without degradation. Repeaters eliminate unwanted noise and interference, helping to clarify messages as they are strengthened and re-transmitted. When properly installed, radio repeaters provide reliable communication signals from one radio to another, almost completely eliminating dead zones.

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  • Amateur Radio Linking Explained
    April 20, 2017 Tim King

    Amateur Radio Linking Explained

    Amateur Linking What is amateur radio linking and why is it so important, necessary, or just plain fun? Let's say you want to set up a repeater at Hamvention and talk to the group back home. How is that possible?...

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