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  1. #21
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    general. also cb'er though.

    there are quite a few beekeepers/radio hobbiests around
    -.-

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    JWG
    I thought you may be a ham operator.I never did get the code down,after a while it all runs together for me.I do find it interesting you mentuoned the Tram i love the tube radios I run a Browning Mark III with an old Wilson Shooting Star.Have a Kenwood 430s Great old radio too.


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    How much work is it to get an FCC licence to operate CBs?

    Joseph

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    Joseph
    You do not need a license to operate a Cb.
    now if you want to get into Amature Radio (Ham)it is a different deal.I am not sure what the requirements are anymore.But you can go to the ARRL site and find out.Here it is www.arrl.org/
    Bob

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    ""Joseph
    You do not need a license to operate a Cb.
    now if you want to get into Amature Radio (Ham)it is a different deal.I am not sure what the requirements are anymore.But you can go to the ARRL site and find out.Here it is www.arrl.org/
    Bob""


    yea thats what I meant I just made a Typo, thanks for the link, I'll check it out.

    Joseph

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