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  1. WA4GCH

    WA4GCH Road Train Member

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    NO IT IS NOT only certified radios are allowed for CB and anyone the dosn't beleve that needs to go read the rules

    § 95.409 (CB Rule 9) What equipment may I use at my CB station?

    (a) You must use an FCC certificated CB transmitter at your CB station. You can identify an FCC certificated transmitter by the certification label placed on it by the manufacturer. You may examine a list of certificated equipment at any FCC Field Office or at FCC Headquarters. Use of a transmitter which is not FCC certificated voids your authority to operate the station.
    (b) You must not make, or have made, any internal modification to a certificated CB transmitter. (See CB Rule 25, §95.425). Any internal modification to a certificated CB transmitter cancels the certification, and use of such a transmitter voids your authority to operate the station.
    [48 FR 24894, June 3, 1983, as amended at 63 FR 36610, July 7, 1998]
     
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  3. 1989 Pete

    1989 Pete "Pine Tree Eater"

    What can be done to juice the cobra 29 classic
     
  4. FriedTater

    FriedTater Keeper of The Snakes

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    The RFX Mod is a solid choice for a stand alone unit,the heat sink makes the standard case about 3" longer on one rear corner.
    They can not be mounted in the overhead due to heat build up.They must be allowed to breath.

    Second option is a 2 pill box(for mild) or a 4 pill box for wild,you will need more radio for anything larger then 4 pills.
    Of coarse that my preference,I always under drive my equipment

    Radios are like Race Cars,Speed = $$$$$, how fast ya wanna GO?


     
  5. dirdrill

    dirdrill Bobtail Member

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    Hey, Jamie here and being the newb and reading 99% of the posts here I need some help.
    I work in the oilfield and I'm looking for either a VHF or CB radio that works on the 110 - 220 range. I have the frequencies I will be calling on logging and oilfield controlled roads.
    My question is, which radio can I purchase that I can enter the frequencies as I go? Also, what antenna to use, do I need a license to use said radio. I'm all about the rues and regs and I don't want a fine from the Canadian version of the FCC.
    Thanks in advance for any replies I get from you gurus out there.
    Cheers!!
     
  6. WA4GCH

    WA4GCH Road Train Member

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    What are you looking for what frequencies ???
     
  7. WA4GCH

    WA4GCH Road Train Member

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    MedicineMan .....

    Since when is there a problem with protecting what belongs to a group ? In this case the HAMS. I don't see what's the problem since 12 and 10 meters are HAM BANDS under internatioal law ( ITU ) they are not shaired with anyone SO The HAMS are protecting a HAM band this has nothing to do with CB. :biggrin_25513:

    The problem can be traced to the use of ILLEGAL EXPORT RADIOS like the CONNEX which has a BAND SWITCH and a 40 ch selector you put the BAND SWITCH on one of the higher ones and the channle selector on CH-19 and you wind up on 28.085 a Morse Code ONLY frequency then gripe about the hams running intruders off ?

    No nothing to do with hall monitors CB or otherwise it BELONGS to the hams they are just defending it.
     
  8. Slam-Bang

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    What goes on, on this 10 meter side that requires you to have a ham licence ?
     
  9. FriedTater

    FriedTater Keeper of The Snakes

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    but its OK for Hamchops to be hypocritical and stir the 11 meter bands at will.

    That ham flag you assume to be "defending" is very similar to the USA Flag you also claim allegiance to

    I hate liars and likened petty thieves,which is the primary reason I havent
    had a current ticket in over 20 years.
    Ham Op's have long since been nothing more then FCC Licensed Teamsters*
    The pool of "legit" radio men/women shrinks every year.
    I am a free born US Citizen and will exercise "free rights" to all things "FREE"

     
  10. Calve

    Calve Light Load Member

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    I see what you're trying to do. I'm a licensed HAM as well, not as long as you (at least I think, couldn't find your call sign in the db), got my ticket in '91, but reading your posts, in a trucking cb forum, you may come across as a skosh abrasive.

    Put the information out there and leave it. The guy who gets the last word in loses. The people who come to this forum asking questions are, from my perspective, typically new to the trucking industry or new to CB radios.

    If you want to get people to do what is best, right and most sensible, you won't win them over by calling their baby ugly. (even if it is) Show them a better way to accomplish what they want, then drop it.

    ps. I'm just writing this to try and get my 50 post min. for pms, don't take offense to it. It's just an observation. <3
     
  11. Calve

    Calve Light Load Member

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    You are absolutely right FriedTater. You are entitled to "free rights". However, the only band that's free in this context is the 11m. And if you look closely at it, even that is regulated. All the other bands are "earned", hence, not "free".
     
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