[FSG-public] 220 MHz CDM1550
ag4qx at arrl.net
Thu Sep 8 00:04:34 EDT 2016
If you do this I will buy one.
What would be my cost to be able to program the radio myself later when the
repeaters change? I assume a cable and software.
On a completely different subject ... How does one borrow your demo radio
setup for the Hamwan? I am looking at it for both the repeater and packet
station on County Center and the RACES radio room at the new Hillsborough
On a third completely different subject ... Are you or someone else in
your FSGP organization interested in marketing at the Tampa Bay Hamfest? I
can give you a booth, a standard 10 ft x 10 ft with two 8 ft tables. Also
I have time available in my forum schedule so if you want to do one that
can be done. Let me know what you are thinking.
President of The Florida Gulf Coast Amateur Radio Council.
On Wed, Sep 7, 2016 at 9:13 PM, Bryan Fields <bryan at flscg.org> wrote:
> I've come on a bit of an opportunity here with a good price on some 220
> MHz Motorola CDM1550
> for sale. They can be converted to the ham band and I'm willing to take
> care of this on the hardware/software side of things.
> These are really great mobile/base for the 220 band, much better in RF
> performance than any of the Chinese models on the market. They do require
> a simple programing cable and some software, but it's rather easy to use.
> The rest of the mod opens them up for 216-225 MHz, 255 channels, and 35W
> out. you get MDC, emergency response and QCII signaling as well. They come
> with a microphone.
> These were made for the NJ turnpike authority and have a GPS in them.
> I've never seen this option before, so I made a video of it:
> I'm gauging interest with this, if you want one let me know, they will be
> $100 per radio with local pickup. I'll have them programed with all the
> Tampa Bay 220 repeaters in them.
> Bryan Fields, W9CR
> Florida Simulcast Group, Inc.
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