Emission types A1, A2, A3 and A4 were allowed for the entire band and special emission for Frequency modulation telephony was allowed from No you wouldn't be able to use it in day to day talking without a license as that would be illegal. It is intended for students and alumni of Francis Howell High School. The club's primary purpose is to enjoy the camaraderie of folks with similar interests. This is mandantory to keep the 10khz spacing and to prevent others from being interferred by our repeater.
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The repeater controller is an NHRC-4 controller. This would have been a lot of work, but certainly possible. By contacting a public coast station, you can make and receive calls from telephones on shore. Moreover, many seasoned operator "usually" criticized such radios from China. One of the goals of the KY QSO Party is to encourage the activation of rare counties and grid squares through rover and portable operation.
You also need a pretty good antenna to work six meter repeaters. In addition, there are two A 2m simplex gateway is linked on Also, several volunteers will operate at home in McCracken and surrounding counties. Since the FM simplex channels spacing is not regulated a good rule of thumb is to ask some local hams, if this doesn't work, stay within the designated ARRL frequency range for FM simplex and as always listen first before transmitting. However, if you state that you have emergency traffic, people on many repeaters will drop what they are doing to help you.