[chirp_users] A handy web-page for novices

Andrew Sprott andrew.sprott at gmail.com
Wed Mar 25 03:15:35 PDT 2015

What I am not sure of is whether I am allowed to tx on the GMRS list as it
indicates 5w.

On 25 Mar 2015 01:10, "Andrew Sprott" <andrew.sprott at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello, I would like to say hi to you all and hope I shall learn from this
> list. I found this web-page that lists 98 frequencies for public access,
> emergency, maritime etc., as well as frequencies reserved for walkie talkie
> handsets graded for low power, restricted range and another that seems to
> accommodate higher transmittion power with options for the antenna.
> https://radiofreeq.wordpress.com/2013/11/05/program-your-vhf-uhf-transceivers-for-disaster-preparedness-with-frs-gmrs-pmr-murs-business-weather-marine-ham-channel-frequencies/
> There is a cvs file which can be imported and uploaded onto your uv-5r
> using Chirp. The page also has a neat description of the different types of
> frequencies, worth printing out.
> A good manual for the uv-5r can also be accessed here.
> http://www.miklor.com/uv5r/pdf/uv-5r_v1.0.pdf
> Andrew
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