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Old 03 May 2005, 03:58   #1
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M2

Where do I find channel M2? On my M601 and M21 I only have numbered channels plus P4.

Am I missing something
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Old 03 May 2005, 04:40   #2
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I'm runnign off memory here as I'm at work and I don't the PC with the info in it here.
On Icom's P4 is marina channel M2.
I think its somewhere in the manual
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Alex et all

M1 or M and M2 are UK only Private Channels.
As such we in the UK only call them as above.

Icom decided many years agao to put them in the radio as they appear in the ITU listings for private channels.

So M or M1 is 37a in our units.

M2 is P4

You will see in the text below the channel number the wording.

Hope that helps.

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P.S great day Sunday had a real good time.
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Old 04 May 2005, 04:16   #4
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Thanks Jon,


Had a great day also on Sunday, but didn't take the boat out as the wife heard you mention DIY so I had to spend the afternoon building a deck in the back garden.
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Where do I find channel M2? On my M601 and M21 I only have numbered channels plus P4.

I thought the M2 was that crappy motorway going down to Dover

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Old 17 May 2005, 07:46   #6
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Eupa,

May please refer you to Mr Brooks post above


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Alex et all

M1 or M and M2 are UK only Private Channels.
As such we in the UK only call them as above.

Icom decided many years agao to put them in the radio as they appear in the ITU listings for private channels.

So M or M1 is 37a in our units.

M2 is P4

You will see in the text below the channel number the wording.

Hope that helps.

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P.S great day Sunday had a real good time.
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Old 17 May 2005, 08:07   #7
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if you brought the radio outside the UK it will not have these channels in.
There are for UK radios only.

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