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Old March 19th 04, 04:16 AM
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Default President HR 2600 10-12 meter mobile

Forsale like new HR 2600 with chipswitch installed.
The chip switch adds memory channels allows FM splits and many other
features check www.chipswitch.com for info.
The radio was bought new used for a year or so and boxed.
Its is very clean no scrapes or dents included are the stock mic ,mobile
vracket and the manuals for the radio and the chipswitch.
Asking $175.00
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Old March 25th 04, 11:07 PM
I Am Not George
 
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"wilbur" wrote in message ...
Forsale like new HR 2600 with chipswitch installed.
The chip switch adds memory channels allows FM splits and many other
features check www.chipswitch.com for info.
The radio was bought new used for a year or so and boxed.
Its is very clean no scrapes or dents included are the stock mic ,mobile
vracket and the manuals for the radio and the chipswitch.
Asking $175.00
Email




The Commission has revised Section
2.1204(a)(5) of its rules to prohibit all marketing and/or
offering for sale in the United States of such devices even
when the purchaser(s) had provided assurances that the
transceivers are being bought solely for export. ALL
DOMESTIC MARKETING OF SUCH DEVICES VIOLATES THE
COMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1934, AS AMENDED, AND THE COMMISSION'S RULES.
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Old March 27th 04, 06:56 AM
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a licenced amateur radio operator can make a 10 meter radio out of pop cans
and sell it to people on the internet as long as he dosen't go over the
yearly limit! it's NOT the sellers problem who he sells it to! its the users
responsibility!

why don't you go in the ham newsgroups and leave these people alone. or did
they throw you out of there!
from 2 ham to another!




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Old March 27th 04, 12:07 PM
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Why dont you go **** yourself with a broken longneck beer bottle, ya
gay dingleberry rimmer?


"Justin" 123 wrote in message ...
a licenced amateur radio operator can make a 10 meter radio out of pop cans
and sell it to people on the internet as long as he dosen't go over the
yearly limit! it's NOT the sellers problem who he sells it to! its the users
responsibility!

why don't you go in the ham newsgroups and leave these people alone. or did
they throw you out of there!
from 2 ham to another!

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Old March 29th 04, 04:32 AM
I Am Not George
 
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(Richard Cranium) wrote in message . com...
Ten meter radios are perfectly legal for licensed amateurs to own,
use, and sell to other licensed amateurs.


Read this dimbulb and try and comprehend

"no person"

-that means no person - not even hams.



3. Section 302(b) of the Act provides ``{n}o person
shall manufacture, import, sell, offer for sale, or ship
devices or home electronic equipment and systems, or use
devices, which fail to comply with regulations promulgated
pursuant to this section.'' Section 2.803(a)(1) of the Rules
provides that ``...no person shall sell or lease, or offer
for sale or lease (including advertising for sale or lease),
or import, ship or distribute for the purpose of selling or
leasing or offering for sale or lease, any radio frequency
device unless: (1) In the case of a device subject to
certification, such device has been authorized by the
Commission in accordance with the rules in this chapter and
is properly identified and labeled...''
Jim Norton's CB Sales and Service's offer for sale of these
devices violates both sections.

4. Additionally, dual use CB and amateur radios of the
kind at issue here may not be certificated under the
Commission's rules. Section 95.655(a) of the rules states:
``...
({CB} Transmitters with frequency capability for the Amateur
Radio Services....will not be
certificated.)'' See also FCC 88-256, 1988 WL 488084 (August
17, 1988). This clarification was added to explicitly
foreclose the possibility of certification of dual use CB and
amateur radios, see id., and thereby deter use by CB
operators of frequencies allocated for amateur radio use.
Five of the Galaxy model CB transceivers previously mentioned
were identified as having the modification done to enable
dual use of CB and amateur frequencies. These units were
Galaxy DX66V; Galaxy DX73V; Galaxy DX48T; Galaxy DX88HL; and
Galaxy DX77HML.

5. Furthermore, the Commission has revised Section
2.1204(a)(5) of its rules to prohibit all marketing and/or
offering for sale in the United States of such devices even
when the purchaser(s) had provided assurances that the
transceivers are being bought solely for export. ALL
DOMESTIC MARKETING OF SUCH DEVICES VIOLATES THE
COMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1934, AS AMENDED, AND THE COMMISSION'S
RULES.



"dual use CB and amateur radios"

-if it operates on cb it is illegal to use and sell


({CB} Transmitters with frequency capability for the Amateur
Radio Services....will not be
certificated.)''
This clarification was added to explicitly
foreclose the possibility of certification of dual use CB and
amateur radios, see id., and thereby deter use by CB
operators of frequencies allocated for amateur radio use.


-so calling it a 10 meter radio won't work anymore the FCC closed that
loophole, Sorry Cranus LOL!


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Connex 4800 DXL $289.99 12 Bands of 40 Channels
Connex 4400 High Power $219.99 8 Bands
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Connex 3300 High Power $199.99 Range
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Connex 3300 $179.99 Range 25.615 - 28.305
Connex Patriot $199.99 Range 25.615 - 28.305
Connex Deer Hunter $139.99 Can be converted to
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Connex 3300 LE $179.99 Range 25.615 - 28.305
Connex 3300 HP LE $199.99 Range 25.615 - 28.305
Connex 3300 Coyote Hunter $169.99 . . . CB
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Galaxy DX99V $329.99 Robot Talk, Voice Changer
Galaxy DX 93T $429.99 Echo with dual controls
Galaxy DX88HL $314.99 Dual-Control Echo,
Talkback
Galaxy DX77HML $219.99 6 bands of 40Ch.
Galaxy DX66V $234.99 Dual Control Echo,
Talkback
Galaxy DX55V $164.99 equipped as an ideal
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NAME MODEL PRICE DESCRIPTION
Galaxy 48T $369.99 Deluxe Export Radio
Galaxy DX45-MP $249.99 Export Radios
Galaxy DX44V $189.99 Dual control echo/reverb
Galaxy DX33HML $159.99 dual control echo/reverb,
Talkback
General Lee $199.99 6 Bands of 40 Channels
General A.P. Hill $169.99 6 Bands of 40 Channels
General Grant $399.99 12 Bands of 40 Channels
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General Longstreet $229.99 6 Bands of 40 Channels
Magnum 257 $179.99 10 bands of channels
Ranger 6900F-25 $289.99 . . . 12-band segments
Ranger 6900F-150 $409.99 . . . 24.2650 - 29.6650
MHz
Ranger 6900FTB-refurbished $369.99 Export
Radios
Ranger 6300F-25 $269.99 . . . 12-band segments
Ranger 6300F-150 $389.99 Export Radios
Ranger 2995DX $549.99 Export Base Station
Ranger 2985DX $439.99 Export Base Station
Ranger 2980WX $409.99 Export Base Station
Ranger 2970DX $399.99 Export Radios
Ranger 2950DX $269.99 Export Radios
Superstar 3900HP-Gold $239.99 6 Bands 240 Channels
Superstar Grant $179.99 120 Channels
Superstar 121 $129.99 CB features...with...Upper
and Lower Freq

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