VHF-UHF Handhelds

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  • Amateur ( HAM )Radios Comparison Charts - Comparison chart of most popular VHF UHF amateur radio transceivers
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  • Baofeng UV-B6 Handheld Radio Review - Review of Baofeng UV-B6 handheld 2m and 70cm radio. Includes a video guide, information on setup, and help with programming
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  • How to use Baofeng UV-B5 flash light switch for LCD background light - Baofeng UV-B5 LCD background light is turned on only when some keys are pressed and stays on far a very short time. This article explains how to use flash switch which is used in UV-B6 version but in UV-B5 has no function.
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  • IcomV85 Group - For owners or potential owners of the Icom IC-V85 Handheld Transceiver.
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  • Kenwood TH-F7E vs Icom IC-E90 - Comparing the TH-F7E with the Icom IC-E90
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  • Yaesu VX-1r considerations - Technical considerations about the Yaesu VX-1
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  • Your First HT - Choosing your first handheld transceiver by Terry Lines KD5RA PDF file
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