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|Topic Started: 19 Mar 2012 - 16:44 (149 Views)|
|Paul63||19 Mar 2012 - 16:44 Post #1|
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Could anyone please tell me if the kenwood 440s be modified to use 2m/70cm or just one or the other,cheers
|19 Mar 2012 - 16:57 Post #2|
|No, Not that I know of.|
|Radio Pixie||19 Mar 2012 - 22:17 Post #3|
The TS440s is a dedicated HF transceiver (up to 30MHz). The only way you can convert it to either or 2m & 70cm is by an additional plug-in transverter, which converts 28MHz to the band of choice. To be honest I wouldn't bother with a transverter for FM as there are plenty of 2m/70cm FM radios available, but is a sound idea for SSB use, as SSB 2m/70cm equipment is not so common.
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