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I answered because Doug asked about "many are calling the µBITX UBITX"
On Tue, Jul 16, 2019 at 9:14 PM Vince Vielhaber <vev@...
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.
> 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.
> www.bitxmap.com <http://www.bitxmap.com>
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