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UHF Radios

Post by DLRA » Thu Jan 04, 2018 4:15 pm

A tip for teams heading to the salt in March. Your support vehicle must have a UHF radio fitted (tuned to Channel 10) a hand held is NOT an acceptable alternative. If you don't have a UHF radio or your old radio is looking a bit sad. Check out your local Repco store, they have UHF radios with an aerial for just $169 as part of their 30% off sale.
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Re: UHF Radios

Post by GodSilla » Tue Feb 27, 2018 2:15 pm

I've got a programmable UHF that I have put the 80 UHF channels into, can I find out who programs the club radios with the "club channel" so I can get the details and do mine as well?
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Re: UHF Radios

Post by DLRA » Wed Feb 28, 2018 10:39 am

G'Day Tom,
We have a repeater of UHF DLRA Private Channel 1 (Track 1) to UHF Ch 20
So you don't have to program your radio.

If you want to listen to Support vehicles it's UHF Ch 10
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Re: UHF Radios

Post by GodSilla » Wed Feb 28, 2018 6:20 pm

Sweet. Thanks.
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