CLICK to EXPAND CB Radio LIVE VIDEO STREAM BOX to FULL WINDOW CQDX11 CB Radio LIVE AUDIO on HF & UHF & Live QSO CHAT ROOM CB HF RADIO Channel #35 LSB – 27.355.0Mhz and #38 LSB – 27.385.0Mhz COMBINED Continue reading CQDX11 CB Radio LIVE AUDIO Live QSO CHAT ROOM
Modified my DAK MK IX AM to SSB operation Whats not to like? Love those HUGE METERS! Pity about the tubes, just as well I did it immediately after I got it or I may have had second thoughts. BUT if Continue reading DAK MK IX Mod to SSB VIDEO
Bought this Stoner Pro 40 from ebay last month May 2015 as a buy it now for more than the Aussie national debt. But it was worth it! Near as new cosmetic condition as it should be. Much more info Continue reading Stoner Pro 40 CB Base Startup
CPI CB CP2000 Base & CPI BC2000 Console [editors note]This awesome CPI CB Base & Console is the best of the best CB Radio stations ever built! In the USA as well! State of the art electronics mid 1975 Continue reading CPI CP 2000 Base Station and BC2000 Console on ebay
Anatomy of an Internet Scam at QRZ [EDIT – Admin: involving an expensive Amature Radio Transceiver, but could be duplicated with a CB Radio Base Station of high value!] Maybe you know someone who’s had a bad experience when buying Continue reading Anatomy of an Internet Radio for Sale Scam at QRZ
Many are common CB Radio folklore with the 02A, and 858 PLL’s being most popular in the early days of modifying your CB to get all those freeband frequencies that were so quiet just up the band towards the Amateur 10Meter allocation at 28.000 MHz. A few switches to open or close power to the input lines on the PLL could do wonders to get your CB going out of band either up or down from the legal Govt 40 Channels. And if you were smart enough to fit ThumbWheels on the BCD logic lines you could even have a cheat sheet that gave a three digit number that corresponded to a frequency. Continue reading CB Radio PLL List for alignment of models
RCI Ranger RHF-618 10 & 12 Meter Dual Band HF SSB Desktop Radio able to be modified to 11 meters to cover 40 channel CB Band also.
Seems retrofitted to the common Rack Mount Style Case from Ranger.
This certainly gives the radio more visual presence and seems to offer more rear heatsink area for the upgraded RF output expected. Possibly also allows for a decent power supply to fitted inside to ensure plenty of amps in reserve as well. Unsure if a switched mode supply will still be used but it must be getting tight for space in there so probably will be. Continue reading Ranger RCI-2998 Coming soon??
The RCI-TLM1 features programmable display that has similar functionality similar to digital photo frame and MP3 player with stereo jack. You can choose the individual display that best suits your application or design your own. The RCI-TLM1 is equipped with USB & SD card ports. Just simply plug-in a memory sticks or card which contains your favorite photos and songs to the appropriate port to create your desired display or play your music. Continue reading CB Texas Ranger TXS-TLM1 LCD Meter Display
The Australian Government recently approved the UHF CB 40 Channel allocation to be “Expanded” to 80 channels. This was achieved without extra bandwith by interleaving the extra 40 (minus one Ch#80 ) at 12.5Kc spacing between the original 25 kc Continue reading Australian UHF CB 80 Channel Frequencies
1. World Day of ROS Mode on CB 22 September, 2012 Hello radio friends over the world. For some time there are many of you qrv in the lovely operation mode ROS – created and written by our friend Jose Alberto Continue reading 1. World Day of ROS Mode on CB – ROS v7.1.3 27.245 MHz USB