Re: 630 meters band


I have not idea how the Greek Zero thingy got mixed up as I only type the bitx20 group address. My text was the only content on it. Not sure what the system is programmed to do.
My question was not sent on the blog of bitx but its address on my email app with no Greek content anywhere.

On Tue, Jul 16, 2019 at 3:14 PM Vince Vielhaber <vev@...> wrote:
Talk about hijacking a thread.  The Greek alphabet has ZERO to do with
his question about 630 meters.

While the uB is capable of receiving 630, you'd have to add your own
bandpass filters.  I remember someone asking about transmitting down
there once before but don't remember what the answer was.

Vince - K8ZW.

On 07/16/2019 01:17 PM, Lawrence Galea wrote:
> Very easy to use the Greek micro symbol.
> just install the Greek keyboard and you can swap between keyboards.
> The letter M becomes the Greek letter μ
> L becomes the Greek letter lambda λ
> Same with other letters.
> Enjoy
> On Tue, Jul 16, 2019 at 6:31 PM Doug W <dougwilner@...
> <mailto:dougwilner@...>> wrote:
>     On Tue, Jul 16, 2019 at 11:06 AM, Skip Davis wrote:
>         What is a mbitx?
>     Many are calling the µBITX  UBITX.  While convenient, it is not
>     technically correct.  Ashhar named the radio µ as in micro.  Since
>     most keyboards do not have a µ and at least on windows going to the
>     character map to cut and paste is a hassle and remembering Alt + 230
>     is not the top of most folk's life goal lists, we substitute.  While
>     *u* looks closer I think *m* is closer to the designer's intention.
>     --
> <>


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