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    Bryan Hoult
    Participant
    Area Coordinator

    How do I get added to the HAM operators list? I’m up in the Port Townsend area. Call sign WA7WAH. Also, is anyone running a GMRS radio in their rig?

    Hi Bill,

    I have an old 25W GMRS  mobile rig – I’m WQUC366.   I don’t have enough room in the truck for 3 radios, so I use my 70cm  HHT for GMRS.

    Ole, FWIW part 95 reform changed all channels 1-22 to FRS/GMRS last year, which might make the rules more lenient as long as you watch your power on 1-14.

    -.b

    #200397

    Aaron Kravik
    Moderator
    Moderator

    If I remember correctly, since these wide band Chinese radios aren’t part 95 type accepted, it’s illegal regardless of what part 95 says.

    #200450

    Ole Hellevik
    Participant
    Basic Member

    Here’s where it pays off to have a ham license…  I can listen to GMRS on my Baofeng, and I can transmit on ham frequencies.  My unlicensed buddy can listen on his Baofeng and reply on his FRS/GMRS.  One radio for me and two radios for her, both of us fully compliant.

    #200451

    Aaron Kravik
    Moderator
    Moderator

    Yup it’s so easy to get a ham license now there’s no reason not to

    #200452

    Doug Graham
    Participant
    Basic Member

    KI7GHB

    #200606

    Ran Freundlich
    Participant
    Basic Member

    KE7HPZ

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