Kyn

Member Since: January 7, 2010

Country: United States

  • Product WRL-08945 | about 3 years ago

    (disclaimer: I’m a licensed amateur radio operator) The 70cm amateur radio band is 420-450mhz in the US. It’s unlikely to be an issue if you live out in the woods, but 70cm is a very popular band in cities. 433mhz is listed on the ARRL bandplan as used for repeater linking. You are wrong in thinking that hams can transmit at “hundreds of times the power” of this transmitter, though. Hams can transmit at 187,500 times the power of this transmitter. (Big Grin). I live in the Seattle area and would definitely select the 315mhz version.

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