[chirp_users] HTX 202
ve3jpu at me.com
Tue Oct 25 05:07:36 PDT 2016
I will agree with Ronny. The 202 was built strictly for the ham band with no out of band receive or transmit. It had an exceptional RX front end rejection of out of band junk compared to today's radios.
By today's radios it is big but it works great, I still use mine. I've had to replace the micro battery inside but it's still ticking.
VE3JPU at me.com
> On Oct 24, 2016, at 11:45 PM, Ronny Julian <k4rjjradio at gmail.com> wrote:
> Glen it was based on the 02AT. NOT PC programmable. It was made by Maxxon for Tandy. It will also NEVER go out of the Ham bands no matter what someone puts on the Internet.. Good Radio! If you want programming for a radio cross ship me your 202 and all the toys with it and I'll ship you a UV-5R with big antenna, battery, and speaker mic. No problem. The 202 is a much better radio IMO. And I have 2 UV5Rs. K4RJJ Ronny
>> On Mon, Oct 24, 2016 at 10:20 PM, Glenn <glennervin at cableone.net> wrote:
>> The discussion of the iCom made me wonder if I would be able to dig out my old HTX 202 that I got from Radio Shack about 25 years ago.
>> It was based on some iCom model, and my old radio has the same microphone plug on the top as the one on my current radio. The antenna and squelch and volume buttons might get in the way though.
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