What is the CB Radio Mountain Radio Challenge The MRC, or Mountain Radio Challenge,?started around?1980 by Tony and a group of aussie cb radio operators in Victoria. The idea was to see what distance could be achieved, on 27MHz CB Radio using ground wave.It was common to talk interstate or?overseas when the skip was running,… Read more »🔥0
Some SBE CB radio’s were 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 microprocessor control to select the 40 Channels as well as memory and channel scanning right through to 27.700 with a few mods.
ANTSIG “UFO” Amplified Caravan TV Antenna for Radio Scanners Like any radio communication device, the humble radio scanner is only as good as the signals it receives from the many various transmission sources that abound in most countries. The key to getting the best reception is to enhance the signal capturing antenna for most gain… Read more »🔥0
Marine Radiotelephony transmissions including 27Mhz for distress, urgency, safety and calling communications ?As published by the Australian Goverment. Column 1Item Column 2Frequency(Channel number) Column 3Maximum transmitter output power Column 4Stations with which?person may communicate Column 5PurposeLimitations 1 27860 kHz(86) 4 watts pZ12 watts pX LCSMaritime ship stations Distress, urgency, safety and callingSupplementary to 27880 kHz… Read more »🔥0