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Just youtube CB radio and have a look at some of the setups they are using.
They also are using big power outputs over there, something we never go to experiment with in here is OZ. Ch8 was the truckies channel here and ch19 is still used over there by truckers.
Radio communications was great fun before the times of internet communications – because that was about the only way to do 'long distance' communications back 'then'. cheers From what I have read & watched on youtube video's, 27 mhz is still very big in the US.
So much so I read a review of a CB that has blutooth and one touch for answering calls and last number redial.
I remember during one Christmas holidays sitting in our 4x4 on Rainbow Beach talking to NZ on AM.
We had the full base station setup at home, Half wave ringo vertical, with 3 element beam on a rotator.
I don't have any local idiots, so when I can hear them on 35LSB, I know the band is open to one of the cities. It doesn't stop you from playing 27MHz, it just opens up more bands for when 27MHz goes quiet. I also had the AX144 and a Uniden PC122 as the mobile rig. I just think it would be good to be able to hop on and make some decent contacts again but didn't want to outlay the money if it was still full of yobbo's or no one using them.I owned both UHF & 27 meg radios up until about 6 or 7 years ago and wondered if there is still good contacts to be made on SSB?I know I could look at amateur radio but I don't rally want the expense or hassle that can go along with this. I still have a President Washington packed away somewhere, it was one that had the extra channells and sliders put in it.No external mods, the radio now displays 1-80 instead of 1-40.
Rather ironic that people went UHF for the same reason, to get away from the idiots on 27 mhz and for the novelty of using repeaters & clearer sound.
The Uniden AX144, rotator controller, antenna switch & transwest power supply was all flush mounted in a custom built padded panel with cooling fans mounted in behind it to keep it cool.