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Pete Erskine

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Note the economy of spectrum when using AM and RAD UV-1G...
« on: November 04, 2016, 08:38:05 am »

this is the spectrum at the Met where they have 8 RAD UV-1G intercom systems with a total of 48 beltpacks.  Spare frequencies bring total to 55.

The left side is 1 VHF channel with AM channels and the right side is 1 UHF channel with regular FM channels.
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Re: Note the economy of spectrum when using AM and RAD UV-1G...
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2016, 10:27:34 am »

this is the spectrum at the Met where they have 8 RAD UV-1G intercom systems with a total of 48 beltpacks.  Spare frequencies bring total to 55.

The left side is 1 VHF channel with AM channels and the right side is 1 UHF channel with regular FM channels.
It's pretty great, ain't it? Made my life a lot easier on several events this past summer  :).
I'm a little un-clear on what your graph is showing in the UHF band, though. Is that 14 BTR channels for comparison? Or is that the RadCom base TX's?
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Re: Note the economy of spectrum when using AM and RAD UV-1G...
« Reply #2 on: November 04, 2016, 11:57:45 am »

It's pretty great, ain't it? Made my life a lot easier on several events this past summer  :).
I'm a little un-clear on what your graph is showing in the UHF band, though. Is that 14 BTR channels for comparison? Or is that the RadCom base TX's?
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That's just 14 regular fm mics
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