two bays tough 10 race - weston

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two bays tough 10 race - weston

Post by bigbloke » 21 Feb 2016, 11:27

456.5625.

the frequency above is "channel1" medics are "channel 2"

net controller sounds ex-mil

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Re: two bays tough 10 race - weston

Post by Mikel » 21 Feb 2016, 13:57

bigbloke wrote:456.5625.

the frequency above is "channel1" medics are "channel 2"

net controller sounds ex-mil

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That's what I could hear this morning. Must admit didn't expect it to be in Weston given the signal strength. Few hills to get over before it hits me.

Look at the topography below, i'm on the left and Weston beach is on the right. Just goes to prove that those that claim UHF is purely line of sight are totally wrong.

I wonder how much signal gets reflected off the hills behind me and onto my antenna?
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Re: two bays tough 10 race - weston

Post by bigbloke » 22 Feb 2016, 22:31

how on earth did this end up as 3 separate posts ?

can a mod delete the other 2 threads please ?

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