Question about Connex Radio Communications
To recieve signals on 10 or 11 metres with the same antenna is usually without problem, it's when you try transmitting that the correct antenna length is vital. If it's not correct, you can , at the least, get very little power being radiated, and at worst, the power going back into the transmitter and cooking it. If you have to ask these questions, you should not be on the 10 m amateur band anyway.
Posted on Dec 24, 2015
The antennae has to be tuned for the radio not for the band you are listening to. If is a 10 metre band, so you need a 10 metre antennae which enables you to listen to both bands, but looking at the jpg of the radio it gives bands A, B, C, and D, nothing about CB radio itself, but the option of AM and FM radio.. Using the wrong antennae could damage it.
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Posted on Dec 12, 2015
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That needs to be done by someone that knows how, theres soldering involved. most cb shops will do it for $free-$10.00... Don't pay any more than that.. there are no parts nor is it hard so they shouldn't charge much.
Posted on Mar 01, 2011
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