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    Quote Originally Posted by NotInStock View Post
    Just FYI, HF = High Frequency (3 Mhz to 30 Mhz) VHF = Very High Frequency (30 Mhz to 300 Mhz) UHF = Ultra High Frequency (300 Mhz to 3 Ghz) There are others for even lower than HF or higher than UHF. The US Navy uses VLF (Very Low Frequency) to talk with subs that are underwater. The Baofeng radios that I believe a lot of people are fond of are actually dual-banders and have a band in the VHF and UHF spectrum. Either of those you are able to use as even the lowest class of HAM license. However, keep in mind something like the Baofeng are actually already opened up and typically can transmit on many frequencies that the HAM license does not legally allow you to use. For instance, most of them can use 118 - 174 Mhz but the only area of that licensed for HAM use is 144-148 Mhz in the USA.
    They may use ELF for communicating with submarines...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NotInStock View Post
    Just FYI,

    HF = High Frequency (3 Mhz to 30 Mhz)
    VHF = Very High Frequency (30 Mhz to 300 Mhz)
    UHF = Ultra High Frequency (300 Mhz to 3 Ghz)

    There are others for even lower than HF or higher than UHF. The US Navy uses VLF (Very Low Frequency) to talk with subs that are underwater. The Baofeng radios that I believe a lot of people are fond of are actually dual-banders and have a band in the VHF and UHF spectrum. Either of those you are able to use as even the lowest class of HAM license. However, keep in mind something like the Baofeng are actually already opened up and typically can transmit on many frequencies that the HAM license does not legally allow you to use. For instance, most of them can use 118 - 174 Mhz but the only area of that licensed for HAM use is 144-148 Mhz in the USA.
    I can't remember the frequency but a guy I knew that had ham radios used to be able to call my two way Motorola work radios we used back before cell phones were around. I know that radio was different than the fire department radio because they couldn't make it work for that and I had to buy an ht1000 for the fire department. With all that said it would still be worthless on the trail if everyone else had a cb. The Motorola only had 4 preprogrammed channels I think


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    Channel Frequency (MHz) Notes
    1 462.5625 Shared with GMRS
    2 462.5875 Shared with GMRS
    3 462.6125 Shared with GMRS
    4 462.6375 Shared with GMRS
    5 462.6625 Shared with GMRS
    6 462.6875 Shared with GMRS
    7 462.7125 Shared with GMRS
    8 467.5625 FRS use only
    9 467.5875 FRS use only
    10 467.6125 FRS use only
    11 467.6375 FRS use only
    12 467.6625 FRS use only
    13 467.6875 FRS use only
    14 467.7125 FRS use only
    ame Lower frequency (simplex/repeater output) (MHz) Upper frequency (repeater input) (MHz) Motorola convention Icom F21-GM convention Color Dot convention Notes
    "550" 462.550 467.550 Ch. 15 Ch. 1
    "575" 462.575 467.575 Ch. 16 Ch. 2 White Dot
    "600" 462.600 467.600 Ch. 17 Ch. 3
    "625" 462.625 467.625 Ch. 18 Ch. 4 Black Dot
    "650" 462.650 467.650 Ch. 19 Ch. 5 Use not permitted near the Canada–U.S. border in the U.S..[12]
    "675" 462.675 467.675 Ch. 20 Ch. 6 Orange Dot Often used as emergency and road information calling frequency with tone squelch of 141.3 Hz.
    "700" 462.700 467.700 Ch. 21 Ch. 7 Use not permitted near the Canada–U.S. border in the U.S..[12]
    "725" 462.725 467.725 Ch. 22 Ch. 8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zstairlessone View Post
    They may use ELF for communicating with submarines...
    Yeah you may be right... I just remember it was only good for very slow transimissions of data like to fire a nuke or movement orders... Also, had another sailor I worked with that was stationed at one of the (I think she said there were only a 2 or so) transmission stations... She talked about how the antenna was something like 1200 or 1600 feet tall.... And a crazy powerful amplifier that was actually a whole building....
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    In case anyone is interested, rigid is selling some models of lights for 50% off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrismendoza10 View Post
    In case anyone is interested, rigid is selling some models of lights for 50% off

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    Where did you see this at? Their website or somewhere else like NR4X4 and 4WheelParts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatChemicalGuy View Post
    Where did you see this at? Their website or somewhere else like NR4X4 and 4WheelParts?
    The deal is on the rigid industries website. They are selling some pods and round lights



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