Re: local VHF GROUP IN MY AREA


W7RIV
 

The local clubs here in Utah that are primarily 2m, 70cm, and VHF really are not HF folks. There is a huge disparity between the HF/DX Clubs and the other clubs. I've not done any VHF myself, but what is a typical power range they will be operating in? 2m/70cm unless using something special is typically 2 - 5 Watts. SO if they were running HP, why would it matter?

Bryon, W7RIV

On Mon, Jul 16, 2018 at 2:32 PM Brian (N2MLP) <n2mlp@...> wrote:

Their vhf contest handbook

If you read thought it tells there operators to run max power it all time   (they have the widest nosiest signals)

No other stations in this area can think about trying and freq about 50Mhz

 

This is just written proof of what the new hams are all about

 

http://www.packratvhf.com/index.php/technical-articles/29-pack-rat-camelback-contest-handbook

 

 

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         de N2MLP Brian

       Monroe County PA

 

 

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