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3:42:37 am
St. Paul, MN, City Radio System, 1951

Regarding: Question is, could the troopers on the fringe of their district actually then talk back to the dispatcher with their "limited" 100 watt M
6:17:11 am
St. Paul, MN, City Radio System, 1951

At the core radio sites, usually near district offices, the 1950's era Patrol system used 10,000 Watt Motorola FMTR (Research Line) series base statio
3:12:10 am
St. Paul, MN, City Radio System, 1951

I began fixing two way radios in Minnesota in 1959. At that time, the state was checkerboarded between low band and VHF. Wisconsin was all low band ex
11:30:24 am
Power Line Noise?

There is a world wide study of man made noise up into the VHF band. Besides the electrical system interference described above, look at your own comp
11:01:41 am
Low Band Repeater

Ahh Low band. Cut my teeth on it in the 50's and 60's. On a good day you can talk forever. 100 watts+100 feet = 100 miles! Other days you can't talk

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