Discussion in 'Royal Signals' started by devilish, Nov 20, 2009.

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  1. Can anyone explain to me why the HCDR is classed as a UHF radio when it's frequency range starts in the VHF range, ie 225MHz?

    Confused of Hull.
  2. bore off
  3. Just to annoy you.
  4. Fcuk me! 6.44 on a Friday evening and that was all you could think to post about? :roll:

    You need to get some wife beater down your neck and get out on the town.
  5. Just to hazard a guess, but is it described in that convention so that thick operators don't mix it up with VHF voice/data means? Just a thought. :wink:
  6. I think its because the band covered is 225 to 450Mhz, 75Mhz in VHF below 300, and 150Mhz above.
  7. Haven't you got a boozer to go to?