LIVE VISUAL QTH MAPPING by Computer & Soundcard
Non Specific Band or Mode operation by ACARS like squitters.
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Scan or monitor the HF, VHF & UHF Bands for live transmissions and see the exact QTH information.
Observe at a glance on your PC [Read More...]
CPI – “The leaders in a whole new class of CB transceivers.”
The catch phrase of the CPI CB Radio Manufacturing company in the 1970′s.
These superlative CB Radio products were undisputed leaders with unmatched state of the art CB Radio PCB’s with advanced specifications.
The CPI CP2000 CB Radio Base [Read More...]
CQ DX - CQ DX – Contact us on the 11m Band if the DX is running to Melbourne Australia on CB CH# 35 CB Frequency 27.355 LSB Our Postal address is : Box 1050, South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia [Read More...]
The Tram Diamond D201A CB Radio Base Station is a classic valve powered transceiver.
The Tram D201 range has excellent specifications and reflects this in its rich full audio receive tones and superlative transmitted studio sounding output audio.
I believe I still own one of these but it is near 18 months since I gave it to a tech to do some [Read More...]
SBE or the Side Band Engineers company were prolific in producing fine CB radios.
Some CB’s were in later models microprocessor & keypad channel controlled.
Using the tried and proven SBE 817 Mobile CB radio chassis with the unusual 3 chip PLL system, the SBE company engineered the Console VI Base Station with a KeyPad under [Read More...]
Introducing the CPI BC-2000 Base Console
The most complete high-performance CB Radio accessory ever
The CPI BC-2000 Base Console from CPI is the perfect companion for CPI’s CP2000B CB radio Base Station.
One Companion Base Console. Six functional operations.
The CPI-developed built-in capabilities 0f the BC-2000 begins with [Read More...]
The CPI CP300 / CP400 is still a great CB Radio Mobile transceiver capable of working CB DX with the best of the new CB radios being produced out of china.
The specifications of the CPI range of CB radios are extremely difficult to better even with new technology and electronics production methods.
They were built with pride by Americans that [Read More...]
Put your radio Shack on display!
You are proud of your radio shack, aren’t you?
It seems that as the CB & Ham radio user population has thinned out over the last thirty years, the vast number of radio transceivers that existed in the hands of the general population globally have been collected by the die hards.
Many operators now [Read More...]