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Licence free two-way radio services that now includes both FM and digital channels. Discuss models, modifications and other similar worldwide standards such as FRS and GMRS.
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You could invest in a cheap meter (fleabay), or just set any adjustments to their lowest. These aerials are usually made to cover 430-450Mhz for the Americans, 446 being at the top end, shorter wavelength etc. it shouldn't be far off.
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It won't be any further "out" than the as supplied less than marvelous dual wideband rubber duck, that is generaly tuned anyway for the radios VHF/UHF capabilities.radiospy wrote:hi im new to this i have a uv5-r and whant to use a 70 cem white stick how fare will the swr be out on 446mhz as i do not a swr meter
I doubt the radio will see it as any worse a "load" than the supplied stock one.