RADIO Channels B14 NAF

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RADIO Channels B14 NAF

Post by Berget-events » 08 Jun 2016, 21:22

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Re: RADIO Channels B14 NAF

Post by L4gi » 08 Jun 2016, 22:25

We will try to distribute the frequencies by the end of the week.
B7 / B8 / B9 / B10 / B11 / B12 / B13 / B14 / B15 / B16 / B17

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Re: RADIO Channels B14 NAF

Post by NightSinner » 08 Jun 2016, 23:53

And how do I programme in the repeaters? Is there a quick and easy explanation or should I just you tube it?
B12 - GCT - 9th Rangers - Echo 3
B13 - GCT - Ranger - Support Officer
B14 - NAF - Ranger - Fox 2 - SL
B15 - NAF - Ranger FinBat Recon Wolverine 7 SL
B16 - NAF - Ranger B1.1 - Warriors of CP2
B17 - TFC - Ranger (Not a Goat Herder)
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Re: RADIO Channels B14 NAF

Post by L4gi » 09 Jun 2016, 00:19

RX=Receive
TX=Transmit
CTCSS/DCS: 110,9

Simple enough? :)
B7 / B8 / B9 / B10 / B11 / B12 / B13 / B14 / B15 / B16 / B17

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Re: RADIO Channels B14 NAF

Post by NightSinner » 09 Jun 2016, 07:44

L4gi wrote:RX=Receive
TX=Transmit
CTCSS/DCS: 110,9

Simple enough? :)
A lot yes :)
B12 - GCT - 9th Rangers - Echo 3
B13 - GCT - Ranger - Support Officer
B14 - NAF - Ranger - Fox 2 - SL
B15 - NAF - Ranger FinBat Recon Wolverine 7 SL
B16 - NAF - Ranger B1.1 - Warriors of CP2
B17 - TFC - Ranger (Not a Goat Herder)
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Re: RADIO Channels B14 NAF

Post by AVIA » 09 Jun 2016, 08:27

This must be some kind of record!

Thanks! :D
B16 - NAF - Rangers Recon
B15 - FINBAT - Sniper Recon
B14 - NAF - Sniper Recon
B13 - GCT - Sniper Recon
B12 - GCT - Sniper Recon
B11 - GCT - Sniper Recon
B10 - Poldavia Inf
B9 - Poldavia Inf

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Re: RADIO Channels B14 NAF

Post by Miksu » 11 Jun 2016, 15:06

By the way is it better to set up only REP RX frequency with offset shift + 7.000 or should I set up both RX and TX and set up radio to TX prio to the channel that is showing the REP TX? Or does it really matter? And when we should use 5W rep and when 10W? Or does it matter either?
B13 - GCT Mechanized
B14 - NAF Mechanized
B15 - NAF Mechanized
B16 - UPIR Recon

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Re: RADIO Channels B14 NAF

Post by AVIA » 24 Jun 2016, 14:40

Can someone confirm this is correct?

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Thanks :)
B16 - NAF - Rangers Recon
B15 - FINBAT - Sniper Recon
B14 - NAF - Sniper Recon
B13 - GCT - Sniper Recon
B12 - GCT - Sniper Recon
B11 - GCT - Sniper Recon
B10 - Poldavia Inf
B9 - Poldavia Inf

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Re: RADIO Channels B14 NAF

Post by L4gi » 24 Jun 2016, 16:00

Im personally using narrow band, I remember something about previous years saying you should use it instead of wide.
B7 / B8 / B9 / B10 / B11 / B12 / B13 / B14 / B15 / B16 / B17

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Re: RADIO Channels B14 NAF

Post by AVIA » 24 Jun 2016, 16:07

Roger that!

But the repeater channels are correct (beside the wide)?
B16 - NAF - Rangers Recon
B15 - FINBAT - Sniper Recon
B14 - NAF - Sniper Recon
B13 - GCT - Sniper Recon
B12 - GCT - Sniper Recon
B11 - GCT - Sniper Recon
B10 - Poldavia Inf
B9 - Poldavia Inf

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Re: RADIO Channels B14 NAF

Post by L4gi » 24 Jun 2016, 17:00

Yeah looks good.
B7 / B8 / B9 / B10 / B11 / B12 / B13 / B14 / B15 / B16 / B17

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Re: RADIO Channels B14 NAF

Post by AVIA » 24 Jun 2016, 17:40

Great thanks!
B16 - NAF - Rangers Recon
B15 - FINBAT - Sniper Recon
B14 - NAF - Sniper Recon
B13 - GCT - Sniper Recon
B12 - GCT - Sniper Recon
B11 - GCT - Sniper Recon
B10 - Poldavia Inf
B9 - Poldavia Inf

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Re: RADIO Channels B14 NAF

Post by stone[no] » 24 Jun 2016, 22:22

Use narrow!
B6: NATO Sqd ldr
B7: NATO Plt co
B8: XO Pol 3.
B9: XO Pol 3.
B10: Chief of staff Pol C&C
B11: Talon3 co, Blood Ravens
B12: Yuri Orlov mech, Panther 3
B13: Ikaros Mech
B14: NAF mech
B15: NAF mech
B16: NAF mech
B17: TFC mech

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Re: RADIO Channels B14 NAF

Post by grasulas » 24 Jun 2016, 23:56

Do not use narrow band or loss in coverage by 10 - 30% is to be expected. There is no need for that in analog comms rather than using less bandwidth for more available channels. The channels are 25KHz apart, so anyways, the intermediate channels are not used.

There have been many studies and it is a well known fact that in the analog comms (which is our case) the narrower the deviation, the less the coverage. One of the reasons for the switch to digital nowadays is the new regulations that imposes narrow band as the radio spectrum became overcrowded.

Range is essentially unaffected or even enhanced with narrow/very narrow digital compared to 25KHz analog. Narrow deviation affects the Signal/Noise ratio which in turn becomes perceived by the end user as a decrease on overall clarity and range.

Another reason for not going narrow band is the fact that Puxing and other chinese radios that are commonly used by our community does not have properly implemented this feature, the filters used are poor quality; this translates in a poor Signal/Noise figure.

Please don`t take it personally if some one else tell`s you are wrong, he cant force you to be right :).
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Re: RADIO Channels B14 NAF

Post by Tiger_1 » 25 Jun 2016, 08:47

What bandwith is wide? Becasuse if you use 25khz, you will be stepping on the next channel.
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