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confused!!! think my rig different!! i get 19 uk/fm on mid block 73, so this would seem that the real mid block is on low, high is mid , and high high is on high, [sign in to see URL] is 52 mid block (which is 41-80) does this make sense to anyone, and i cant hear a single soul on [sign in to see URL] probobly because my rig thinks it,s a fridge freezer!! help emoticon
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Re: ham international concorde 2


OK this is confusing, but its fairly standard for that radio.

This is information from other sites that might help:

low is low, mid is mid and hi is just that...

low [sign in to see URL] to [sign in to see URL]
mid [sign in to see URL] to [sign in to see URL]
and hi [sign in to see URL] to [sign in to see URL]

UK40 ch19 is 33/73 hi band.

Or

if it was a Multimode 2 mk1 or a concorde mk1

low [sign in to see URL] - [sign in to see URL]
mid [sign in to see URL] - [sign in to see URL]
s-high [sign in to see URL] - [sign in to see URL]

Then if you need a frequency chart to decipher this see here

]Clicky Link

And the source of the information I got from this thread discussing exactly the points you need answering is here:

Clicky link


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thanks for help. [sign in to see URL] usb i recieved a test call last night , i was very faint but i could hear him so i have the latter rig, once i get the wire higher i can operate better,but what does this mean for me now, is this better or am i better off with somthing else , and how close am i to the hams, dont want to upset anyone, and i might think about some more power cos the guy testing said i was faint but this could be the wire i guess..........
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I would think the wire is poor for ground wave contacts on this band. Not a good idea to go into 28mhz, but you're not likely to need that anyway. At least now you'll be able to find 27555 and experiment with some aerials etc.

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thanks for your help
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