Ham operators who have passed "only" the Technician class no-code license are discovering there is a lot more excitement out there than just yakking back and forth over an FM repeater. Someone has told them there are all sorts of long-range voice and data capabilities in the "weak-signal portion of the bands." You know, the very bottom of the six-meter band, the two-meter band, the 222 MHz band, the 430 MHz band, and even excitement at the top of the 1.2 GHz band...
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