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Radio 05-22-2015 06:53 PM

Do you have a VHF/UHF radio installed in your RV?
 
Do you have a VHF/UHF radio installed in your RV?

Want to know if you can talk to your Tow Vehicle from the trailer or your dingy from the motor home.

1. Yes in the motor home and dingy.
2. Yes in the trailer and tow vehicle.
3. I keep an extra HT for all purpose communication.
4. No.
5. Not yet, but I will

coupevillefish 05-22-2015 07:27 PM

1. 2m in the RV but do not use it while driving. Antenna is mounted on the back luggage rack. Powered by the house batteries.
2. Carry an HT 2 band in the toad with a mag mount antenna.

NN5I 05-22-2015 08:14 PM

No 2m in the motor home or dinghy, but no fewer than 7 of them, maybe more, sitting around, some new in box. One of these days I guess I'll get one of those round tuit thingies ...

N3LYT 05-23-2015 07:53 AM

VHF-UHF hand held only for the camper HF 2,70 CM and 6 meters in the TV. portable HF, antennas and wiring for the camper.

W9CMG 05-23-2015 07:57 PM

Also have HF+6 in MH. Wife and I also have HT's

cecarnicom 12-17-2017 02:36 PM

Yes, 2 meters and HF, low power and solar power here. In AZ for 2-3 months. Best, from Clifford

electricflyer 12-18-2017 10:15 AM

Welcome to ORR Clifford. We have had a couple new forum members in recent days. Pull up a seat and join in. I see you pulled one in from over 2 1/2 years ago, no matter it is timeless. I have a TT but no ham gear in it, but do have a dual band Yaesu 7800R in the TV, but seldom turn it on. I should probably use it more when traveling but would rather listen to talk radio on FM.

You may want to edit your information on QRZ, it says you are in Shoshone county Idaho but your mail address is Utah. An of course the map is wrong also.

Marv - KT4W

BleederGuy 12-18-2017 11:32 AM

I have a "HAM" sticker from the ARRL. Plus a monitoring 146.52 sticker on the back of my Class A DP. By using 52 I don't have figure out the local repeater. My HT sits in a cup holder tuned to 52. I use use a headset or speaker mic.
Over the years I've talked to many Hams this way.
73
Beau N1MJD
FN23hx

NN5I 12-18-2017 04:14 PM

Welcome, Beau. I've got an old friend (first crush from when I was a freshman at Yokohama American High School, 64 years ago) who lives near you (about 65 miles, almost due north). She & her hubby raise horses just south of Canton. I tell'em to move to Ocala (horse-breeding country in Florida) and get out of the cold; she's a Georgia girl originally. No dice, though.

N5LZT 12-18-2017 07:27 PM

In Pickup
 
I have mobile VHF/UHF installed in PU and talkies for good measure!


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