P25 Article in Sept '08 QST

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P25 Article in Sept '08 QST

Postby JAYMZ » Fri Aug 15, 2008 6:43 pm

Pretty good "quickie" of an article as an intro to using a P25 radio for amateur use written by Mike Kionka. This site also got a nod near the end of the article and the "place to go" for information on the Moto P25 stuff.

Anyone else get a read on it?
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Re: P25 Article in Sept '08 QST

Postby escomm » Fri Aug 15, 2008 7:17 pm

no but i'd think going to batlabs for info on P25 would be a much better resource

no offense to anyone here

but there's what, maybe 15 regular posters here with the astro?
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Re: P25 Article in Sept '08 QST

Postby va3wxm » Fri Aug 15, 2008 7:56 pm

I read the article too. Definitely a good "primer" on what it's all about. He seemed to dwell a bit on NAC though.

Not nearly as comprehensive as, say, r0f's guide but then most OF's have no clue what P25 is.

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Re: P25 Article in Sept '08 QST

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Re: P25 Article in Sept '08 QST

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Re: P25 Article in Sept '08 QST

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Re: P25 Article in Sept '08 QST

Postby Mong » Sun Aug 17, 2008 1:56 am

Well I can say I PMed the "capt" a question and never heard back from him, oh well :baby:
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