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I also have one ,V71a,in the garage on shelf. I might give this a shot. I plan on setting up two HT’s and monitor that way. I was thinking the duplexes might be bad, but trying to think, head hurts now 😳. Probably something simple.
On Apr 22, 2020, at 6:33 AM, Tim L <ptim15@...> wrote:
i just got a FULL DUPLEX HT last week but only had a chance to use it once. its been so cold and windy i don't want to go out on the deck and play. i did go the day i got the radio and made one contact using the full duplex feature. the full duplex really
helps. I have a Kenwood V71A that can run full duplex and i plan and giving that a try the soon as spring weather get here in NJ
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Tuesday, April 21, 2020 9:12 PM
Re: [Work-Sat] I have to be doing something wrong
I will try rotating, can’t hurt
On Apr 21, 2020, at 5:40 PM, Robert Putala KE8UW <rcp@...> wrote:
Some satellites have transmit and receive at 90 degrees from each other. When receiving a sat, try transmitting after rotating the antenna 90 degrees. I’m a newbie to satellites also, but it seemed to work.
Are you transmitting the required tone???