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Old 29 January 2004, 05:21   #11
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More importantly how comes Stu and James know you?
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Old 29 January 2004, 05:21   #12
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that would be fine,
they can do it while you wait
just ask for me when you get here

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Old 29 January 2004, 05:24   #13
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Hi james

Long time no chat
Hope your well


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Old 29 January 2004, 11:37   #14
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Welcome

Hi Jon,

Welcome to Ribnet. A couple of questions for you.

1. Will you be exhibiting at Ribex in June?

2. If you are or even if you are not would you like to join us for the weekend at the Ribnet Cruise? See crusing thread for all details.

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Old 29 January 2004, 11:44   #15
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We will be there in all our glory
Joke teeth and all (any one who knows me will understand)

We have a stand and aslo using a rib as a demo boat.

As for the invite, thank you very much I will check the list.

Am always up for getting out on the water ( as long as the boat don't have sails!!)

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Old 29 January 2004, 12:11   #16
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does Trunky want a bun?

I spoke to John on the phone about radios and within about three sentences we were cracking jokes. I don't really know him
but remeber he was a cracking guy.


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Old 01 February 2004, 11:29   #17
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PMR Channels

Hi Jon,

I have recently purchased an IC-M87 handheld VHF. One of the main reasons for choosing this set was the channels for PMR use so that 2 sets can be used as walkie-talkies. However, I can't access the mode to use the PMR channels. How do I do it???

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Old 02 February 2004, 03:50   #18
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There seems to be some confusion with this set, which is due to the marine industy and not us.

The PMR chanels are for licenced PMR frequesncies (as per all paperwork for this radio)
The access to these is via a dealer on production of the licence.

The Marine industry has taken it upon its self to call all licence free radio's "PMR's".
This is incorrect.

PMR is the generic term for all land based radio systems.
Like GMDSS is generic for safety at sea communications.

The Licence Free radio system is actually called PMR446.
PMR446 is part of PMR as DSC is part of GMDSS.

I hope that this helps.
If you have any further questions please feel free to contact me here (01227 741741)
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Old 02 February 2004, 13:22   #19
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OK, I have to confess...most of that goes straight over my head! Basically, can I use the two sets as walkie talkies?

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not without a licence, which will cost you dollar!
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