[FSG-public] Donation Promotion for 220
bryan at flscg.org
Sun Apr 17 00:06:07 EDT 2016
We have a blue one left. FWIW the prices for the non-modified ones are going
up on eBay, so if you're looking to get on 220, this is even a better deal.
On 2/14/16 11:32 AM, Bryan Fields wrote:
> As we work to get 224.280 online at the new site, I've got a bit of a
> promotion offer for the group.
> *If you make a $160 or greater donation to FSG, you'll get a 220 band
> Motorola HT1250.
> *These have been professionally modified for wideband FM by changing the IF
> filters and further modified to 255 Channels (16 per Zone).
> Each will program with the standard window software, and have been checked
> out on my test equipment. I've upgraded the firmware to the newest as well.
> While I could sell them for double on eBay
> I've donated these to FSG and they are to be used for our members to spur
> some activity on the repeaters.
> I doubt most on eBay are modified
> <http://gallery.keekles.org/d/30580-5/1031151149.jpg> with the filters
> changed for wideband.
> The HT1250 is a rugged commercial grade HT and includes features not seen on
> most ham grade radios.
> * True bi-level squelch, with no setting needed
> * PL and DCS reverse burst, meaning the radio will transmit a shutoff code
> before unkeying, eliminating squelch tail.
> * 1/5 W transmitter, with no measurable harmonics. I measured one at the
> ARRL Lab booth, where most boafeng HT were failing, this HT was one of
> the cleanest they saw!
> * Great FM audio
> * LOUD! receive audio
> * 24 Hour Clock
> * 5/12.5/20 KHz steps
> * DTMF keypad
> * MDC/tone signaling support
> * Personalized serial number, the radio serial number will be your
> callsign and have a label identifying it to you on the back.
> * Multiple colors, Black, Cammo, Clear, Yellow, Green, Blue, Red
> o If a color has been taken, I'll let you know what's left, or we can
> get the color you want case off eBay for about 14 dollars.
> This is for the radio and antenna only. You'll need to supply a battery,
> charger, and optionally, a programing cable. The Li-Ion batteries
> are about $19 from ebay, and the cables
> are under $10.
> The programing software is up here.
> These are programed with the local Tampa bay repeaters and should be good to go.
> We have 5 available, once they are gone, we may not get more. There is
> simply not a better quality 220 HT on the market.
> Bryan Fields, W9CR
> Florida Simulcast Group, Inc.
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Bryan Fields, W9CR
Florida Simulcast Group, Inc.
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