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Old August 20th, 2008, 20:47   #1
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Need help with Radio Communication !

Hi ! Now I'm on vocation at my hometown ( Cambodia, Battambang ). It's good time for to collect some stuff back to Canada. My father gave me a radio for me to use over there but I'm not sure and have no idea how this radio work. It work pretty good over there but I'm not how it work at Canada. I did a lots of research but I still have no clue even I read a lots of article relate to the radio. I knew, I'm a little bit stupid with that radio so that's why I post for help from everyone on ASC because I knew, everyone would help me. Thanks in advance before.


Here is the specific of raido ( I don't know much about it )


That's all I get from it.

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Old August 21st, 2008, 22:29   #2
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That radio is strictly intended for the Amateur Radio Service, meaning that you may only legally possess or use it in Canada if you are an authorized Canadian amateur (ham) radio operator, or are a visiting ham from another country which has reciprocal operating priviledges with Canada and are duly authorized by that country to possess or use the radio.

IF it is a stock (non-modified) radio, it operates both transmit and receive within the allocated VHF spectrum for ham radio between 144-148 MHz using frequency modulation (FM). Like most fully-synthesized tuning handhelds of its day, it was possible to enable extended receive coverage outside the designated ham spectrum without too much difficulty, but transmitting outside that range was and still is contrary to the Radiocommunication Act, and could land you in a whole heap-o-trouble should you cause harmful interference to another licensed service.

Other than that, it's an OLD yet pretty decent, no-frills, and therefore relatively inexpensive VHF hand held radio which is why a lot of ham operators liked it. As I mentioned previously, if you want to use it here legally, then you must become an authorized amateur radio operator...period.


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